ReSiTec is welcoming two new colleagues to strengthen our team. The increase in number of employees comes as a result of increased activity within development of new products, as well as due to the large number of EU-projects in which ReSiTec is contributing to European research and industry generation. Currently, we are participating in 4 EU funded projects, and our activities will now be serviced by our 8 man strong team of highly educated engineers. Our new co-workers have experience from Norwegian industry within materials for Li ion batteries.

Dr. Marthe Emelie M. Buan and Dr. Anne-Karin Søiland will both work on internal and external research, development, pilot, and industrialization projects. Anne-Karin holds a Ph.D. in Materials Technology from NTNU and has many years of experience in development of silicon and graphite based materials to advanced applications in PV and Li-ion batteries. Marthe holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from NTNU. Marthe has technical expertise within advanced functional materials such as anode development for Li-ion batteries.