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Tamar Kadosh

Tamar Kadosh

Graduate Student

Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

M. Sc., Material Science and Engineering (2009-2012)
Technion Israel institute of technology, Israel

B. Sc., Biochemichal Engineering (2001-2005)
Technion Israel institute of technology, Israel

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Tamar is interested in ceramic materials and functional ceramics. Her research focuses on the investigation of electrical properties of oxygen deficient metal oxide materials for the development of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), solar cells and energy harvesting devices. Particularly, her work is focused on understanding the dominant mechanisms governing field assisted sintering as a function of electrical properties, microstructure evolution and environmental conditions. The approach involves examination of model systems in which ionic diffusion and electronic conductivity can be systematically controlled by dopants and oxygen partial pressure, supported by in-situ electrical characterization during sintering via complex impedance spectroscopy.