EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellow, School of Chemistry
Dr Xiangling Yue is an EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellow at the University of St Andrews. Currently she is the PI of the project entitled ‘Efficient low carbon energy storage and conversion on exsolved interfaces’, which aims to explore advanced materials applications for CO2 conversion to valuable fuels and chemicals and for fuel flexible fuel cells to generate low carbon electricity. In 2014, she obtained a PhD for her study on the alternative cathodes for high temperature solid oxide electrolysis cells. Following her PhD, she worked as a postdoctoral research fellow on a number of UK and European projects concerning various systems associated with energy conversion and storage in the Advanced Materials Centre in the School of Chemistry. She had developed specialist expertise in electrochemistry and microstructure engineering involved at the intricate interfaces in high temperature electrochemical devices, which enabled her being awarded an EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellowship in Jun 2018 to build her own research team.