Tedd Lister, Ph.D.
Research Areas: Critical Materials; Chemical Processing
Biography: Dr. Tedd Lister is a research scientist and group lead at INL who specializes in electrochemistry. His current work involves energy conversion reactions, electrosynthesis, surface modification and recovery of critical and value materials. His specialties include electrochemical energy conversion, corrosion science, electrosynthesis, electrodeposition, scanning probe microscopy and materials selection. He earned his doctorate in analytical chemistry from the University of Georgia in 1996. He received his bachelor’s in chemistry in 1991 from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. After postdoctoral fellowships at Utah State University and Argonne National Laboratory (Chicago), he came to INL in 2000. He belongs to the Electrochemical Society (ECS).
Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry - University of Georgia
B.S., Chemistry - University of North Carolina
The Electrochemical Society
fuels and chemicals
Corrosion Energy storage and grid