Interview with Alexandr Talyzin.
Letizia Diamante, Graphene Flagship05.13.20
Alexandr Talyzin works at Graphene Flagship Partner Umeå University, Sweden, and has extensively studied graphene and related materials since 2007, collaborating with the Graphene Flagship since its inception back in 2013.
Initially leading research projects into hydrogen storage technologies, he changed his focus to supercapacitor materials in the recent phase of the project, remaining well-at-home in the Graphene Flagship's Energy Storage Work Package.
His research comprises a variety of carbon nanomaterials, including fullerenes and carbon nanotubes, and more recently, graphene and related materials.
Talyzin spoke about his background, motivations and vision for the future.
He hopes to see a world enriched by graphene and related materials, and gives the Graphene Flagship a valuable glimpse into his efforts to incorporate these materials into the next generation of supercapacitors and energy storage devices.
What made you first start working with graphene and related
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