Andrew P. Ulvestad
Department of Materials Science
Argonne National Laboratory
United States of America
Andrew P. Ulvestad is a physicist working in the Synchrotron Radiation Studies group on understanding the connection between atoms and performance of complex systems. I originally started my research in theoretical early universe cosmology at the University of Chicago before transitioning to x-ray studies of battery materials to finish my Ph. D. at UC: San Diego. Since coming to Argonne, I have expanded into electrocatalysis and am exploring topics such as corrosion, dealloying, and dissolution.
A. Ulvestad, M. J. Welland, W. Cha, Y. Liu, J. W. Kim, R. Harder, E. Maxey, J. N. Clark, M. J. Highland, H. You, P. Zapol, S. O. Hruszkewycz, and G. B. Stephenson, Nat. Mater. (2017).
A. Ulvestad, A. Singer, J. N. Clark, H. M. Cho, J. W. Kim, R. Harder, J. Maser, Y. S. Meng, and O. G. Shpyrko, Science 348, 1344 (2015).