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I am a Research Engineer with a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Lyon (France). My research is focused in characterisation and modelling of batteries in , specially in ageing (degradation).

I am interested in and for (and for other human activities).
My other interests are related to openness (, , , …).

I will also toot about , and

Access to post-print of my last article about battery ageing and efficiency Show more

The editor sent me the proof for my last article last Friday asking me to submit any changes before Sunday...
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Hey! I have a live outside work!

Finally finished my two blog posts on why I’m weaning myself away from Twitter in favour of Mastodon:

What’s wrong with Twitter?
laurakalbag.com/what-is-wrong-

What is Mastodon and why should I use it?
laurakalbag.com/what-is-mastod

📄 [preprint] A brief introduction to , Software and Collective Intelligence for environmental data creators and users

:doi: doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprint

About Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Show more

Call for papers: "Batteries and Supercapacitors Aging" Show more

Did you know that you don't need to use link shorteners (bit.ly, etc.) on Mastodon? All links, no matter how long, only count for 23 characters against your 500 limit!

(And since link shorteners are bad for user experience and break the web, there's almost no good reason to use 'em! 😄)

Hello!

Here is my :
I am a Research Engineer with a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Lyon (France). My research is focused in characterisation and modelling of batteries in , specially in ageing (degradation).

I am interested in and for (and for other human activities).
My other interests are related to openness (, , , …).

I will also toot about , and

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