Simon Fabian Schneider
5232 Villigen PSI
After completing his Master thesis in the Electrochemistry Laboratory at Paul Scherrer Institute on cathode materials for Na-ion batteries, Simon joined the Energy Economics Group in August 2017. He is currently pursuing his PhD studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETHZ) working on a joint project between the Electrochemistry Laboratory and the Laboratory for Energy Systems Analysis at PSI. A first part of his PhD research includes the assessment of performance, costs, and environmental impacts of Li-ion and Na-ion battery cells using physics-based and techno-economic models. Simon is currently working on dispatch optimization of energy storage assets in order to assess the suitability of rechargeable batteries deployed in different stationary applications.
|2017||MSc in Chemistry at ETH Zurich. Master thesis on cathode materials for Na-ion batteries.|
|2015||BSc in Chemistry at the University of Berne.|
Schneider SF, Novak P, Kober T
Rechargeable batteries for simultaneous demand peak shaving and price arbitrage business
Accepted in IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 2020