Modeling of the steady-state iron spinel oxide grown on iron electrode. The finite element method numerical scheme is used for solving numerically the differential equations that describe phenomena occurring at the electrode-oxide and oxide-electrolyte interface
Electrical engineer degree.
PhD degree to be obtained in 2013 in Engineering. Topic of PhD: "Contribution to the modeling of the semiconductive properties of oxide layers".
During my PhD I acquired strong knowledge in electrochemistry, modeling of electrochemical processes and using numerical schemes (Finite Element Method) in solving numerically the differential equations which describe processes at electrode and electrolyte interfaces. During this period I also developed...