Identification of new clean energy storage systems using molecular simulations

Buddhi’s main objective is to simulate nonequilibrium system to discover new clean energy systems. He is also interested in investigating processes at the atomic and molecular levels in energy storage systems, with the help of molecular dynamic simulations of lithium-ion batteries

He completed his Master of Engineering (Mechanical) at the University of Queensland, where he studied advanced lithium-ion battery anode materials as his thesis project, and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.