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Lee Walker

Infrastructure & Energy Storage Systems Group Lead

Research Areas:
Infrastructure and Energy Storage

Biography:

Lee Walker is a battery research engineering scientist at the Idaho National Laboratory. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor’s in electrical engineering and Illinois Institute of Technology with a master’s in power engineering. He has worked at Argonne National Laboratory for the last ten years doing battery and fuel cell life and performance testing. He started there as an undergraduate coop and was able to move into a staff position by the end of his coop. He will be performing analysis of the life and performance capabilities of batteries.

Education:

M.S., Power Engineering - Illinois Institute of Technology

B.S., Electrical Engineering - Northern Illinois University

Affiliations:

​Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, IEEE
International Honor Society of Electrical Engineers, Eta Kappa Nu

Publications:

​Bloom, L. Walker, J. Basco, T. Malkow, G. De Marco, & G. Tsotridis (2010). A Comparison of Fuel Cell Testing Protocols. ECS Transactions. 30 (1), pp. 227-235.

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