Skip to main content

Unfortunately we don't fully support your browser. If you have the option to, please upgrade to a newer version or use Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, or Safari 14 or newer. If you are unable to, and need support, please send us your feedback.

Publish with us

Conference speaker

Lisa M. Hall


Lisa M. Hall


The Ohio State University, USA

Talk: Coarse-grained modeling of ion transport in solid polymer electrolytes

Lisa Hall is a Professor at the Ohio State University, where her research group uses statistical mechanical theory and molecular dynamics simulations to study molecular behavior and properties of nanostructured polymeric materials. She joined OSU in 2012, having completed her Ph.D. with Prof. Ken Schweizer at the University of Illinois and a subsequent postdoctoral appointment with Amalie Frischknecht and Mark Stevens at Sandia National Laboratories.

She received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation in 2015 focused on efficiently modeling ion conduction in block copolymer electrolytes, and the Owens Corning Early Career award from the Materials Engineering and Sciences Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in 2021.