Governor’s Chair for Electrical Energy Conversion and Storage
Thomas Zawodzinski focuses on ways to advance the technology and materials used in batteries and fuel cells.
His research includes metal air batteries, redox flow batteries, fuel cells, and membranes.
Zawodzinski serves in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UT and in the Division of Materials Science and Technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
He also sits on the International Advisory Board for the Journal of Power Sources.
Joint Institute for Advanced Materials
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education
In the News
September 2018 Zawodzinski to Lead Department of Energy Fuel Cell Project
June 2016 ECS Energy Technology Division Research Award
December 2015 Zawodzinski Keeps Focus on Research Amid Mounting Honors
March 2015 Royal Academy of Engineering Selects Zawodzinski, Paddison For Fellowships
February 2015 Zawodzinski Selected as Poly Fellow
April 2012 Cell Bound
February 2010 Research Rockstars
September 2009 from Case Western Reserve University
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