Dr Dan Brett is a Reader in Electrochemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering, UCL. He specialises in electrochemical technologies, including the modelling, testing, design, device fabrication, materials development and techno-economic analysis of energy conversion and storage technologies, such as fuel cells, electrolysers and batteries. He has published >90 peer reviewed papers in leading international journals, 7 book chapters, 2 books and holds 4 patents. He is currently commercialising aspects of his research in the Electrochemical Innovation Lab Incubator.
Dan’s work within the CNIE is focused on improving the performance and efficiency of fuel cells and redox flow batteries using hierarchically structured systems and fluid transfer mechanisms inspired by nature.