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Øystein Dahl

Research Scientist

Øystein Dahl

Research Scientist

Øystein Dahl
Phone: 928 14 089
Department: Materials and Nanotechnology
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1731526

The present work explores the concept of high-entropy alloys to design FeCoNi-based oxides suitable for functional applications. Fundamental changes in electronic behaviour produced by metal substitution and variable oxygen content were screened to investigate the potential of these materials for sp...

Authors Mayandi Jeyanthinath Stange Marit Synnøve Sæverud Dahl Øystein Sunding Martin Fleissner Sagvolden Espen Schrade Matthias Deuermeier J. Fortunato Elvira Diplas Spyridon Løvvik Ole Martin Finstad Terje Almeida Carvalho Patricia
Year 2019
Type Conference lecture and academic presentation
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1230086

In this work we show how two different catalyst layer fabrication techniques can improve the PEM fuel cell performance by introducing macro porosities in the layer. In the first technique, a template with 4 μm diameter pillars made using photo lithography is pressed against the cathode side of Gore&...

Authors Jayasayee Kaushik Zlotorowicz Agnieszka Clos Daniel Perez Dahl Øystein Thomassen Magnus Skinlo Dahl Paul Inge Kjelstrup Signe
Year 2014
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+914936

One important challenge, among several others, in using silicon nanostructures as anodes in lithium ion batteries concerns finding cost effective fabrication routes for their connection to a suitable current collector. Here we present synthesis and characterization of silicon nanostructures by plasm...

Authors Mokkelbost Tommy Fossdal Anita Dahl Øystein Martinez Ana Maria Cuellar Sheridan Edel Thomassen Magnus Skinlo Vullum Per Erik Rodahl Silje Svensson Ann Mari
Year 2011
Type Conference lecture and academic presentation