Lennard Mooij PhD MSc
Areas of expertise:
Materials science, physics, energy storage and conversion
Delft University of Technology, Materials Science & Engineering
In 2015, Lennard started working as a trainee patent agent for Arnold & Siedsma. He previously worked as a researcher at Uppsala University in Sweden and at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. His worked primarily focused on the technical and scientific aspects of energy-storage materials. In this respect, Lennard also gained a large amount of hands-on laboratory experience with a broad spectrum of measuring techniques.
While pursuing his doctorate at Delft University of Technology, Lennard researched materials for hydrogen storage and hydrogen sensors. This resulted in various publications. During this time, Lennard worked together with researchers from other institutes, including for example, Antwerp University. He gained in-depth experience with, among other things, thin film, battery and solar cell technology and materials for energy storage and sensors.
Others about Lennard:
Meticulous, quick-minded, analytical
2015 - present: Patent agent at Arnold & Siedsma
2013 - 2015: Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University, Sweden
2013: Postdoctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology
2013 Delft University of Technology, Doctor in materials science
2009 Delft University of Technology, Master's degree in materials science
2007 Delft University of Technology, Bachelor's degree in chemistry/chemical technology
Dutch, English, Swedish
Peter Ngene, Alessandro Longo, Lennard Mooij, Wim Bras and Bernard Dam, Metal-hydrogen systems with an exceptionally large and tunable thermodynamic destabilization, Nature Communications, 2017, DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-02043-9
Lennard Mooij, Wen Huang, Sotirios A. Droulias, …, B. Hjörvarsson, Influence of site occupancy on diffusion of hydrogen in vanadium, Physical Review B 95 (6), 2017, 064310
Wen Huang, Lennard P. A. Mooij, Sotirios A. Droulias, …, B. Hjörvarsson, Concentration dependence of hydrogen diffusion in clamped vanadium (001) films, J. Phys.: Condensed Matter 29 (4), 2016, 045402
L. Mooij, T. Perkisas, G. Pálsson, M. Wolff, H. Schreuders, B. Hjörvarsson, G. van Tendeloo, S. Bals, B. Dam, The effect of microstructure on the hydrogenation of Mg/Fe thin film multilayers, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 39, 2014, 17092, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2014.08.035.
L. Mooij and B. Dam. Nucleation and growth mechanisms of nano magnesium hydride from the hydrogen sorption kinetics, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys 15 (2013), 11501, DOI: 10.1039/c3cp51735g.
L. Mooij and B. Dam. Hysteresis and the role of nucleation and growth in the hydrogenation of Mg nanolayers, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15 (2013), 2782.
L.P.A. Mooij, A. Baldi, Ch. Boelsma, K. Shen, M. Wagemaker, Y. Pivak, H. Schreuders, R. Griessen, B. Dam, Interface Energy Controlled Thermodynamics of Nanoscale Metal Hydrides. Adv. Energy Mater 1 (2011), 754.
Q. Zhen, Y. Pivak, L.P.A. Mooij, A.M.J. van der Eerden, H. Schreuders, P.E. de Jongh, J.H. Bitter, B. Dam, EXAFS investigation of the destabilization of the Mg-Ni-Ti (H) system, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 37 (2012), 4161
T. Mongstad, Ch. Platzer-Björkman, J.P. Maehlen, L.P.A. Mooij, Y. Pivak, B. Dam, E.S. Marstein, B.C. Hauback, S. Zh. Karazhanov, A new thin film photochromic material: Oxygen-containing yttrium hydride. Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 95 (2011), 3596.
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