“Transport and mechanical properties of pure and composite solid lithium-ion electrolytes”
Nancy Dudney is a senior researcher in the Materials Science and Technology Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT and began work at Oak Ridge as a Wigner Research Fellow. She is on the Editorial Board of Journal of the American Ceramic Society, the author of over 100 technical publications, and holds about a dozen patents. Awards include four R&D100 awards and recognition from the Association of Women in Science, YMCA’s Tribute to Women, and the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer. Research interests include: lithium battery materials and architectures, thin film and composite electrolytes, thin film materials for batteries, and mixed ionic-electronic conduction in oxides.