The Company

LiFeSiZE AB was formed in 2006 as a spin-off from lithium-ion battery research at The Ångström Advanced Battery Centre (ÅABC) of Uppsala University, Sweden. Lithium-ion battery cathode research identifies the iron-based  materials as having an enormous development potential for electric-vehicle (EV) and sustainable energy storage applications.
Josh Thomas (Chairman) was Professor of Solid State Electrochemistry at Uppsala University until 2009; he founded The Ångström Advanced Battery Centre in 2000, and LiFeSiZE AB in 2006. He has co-authored many 100s of scientific papers in the Solid State Electrochemistry area.
Henrik Eriksson (CTE) has earlier been chief battery technician at The Ångström Advanced Battery Center of Uppsala University since 2003, where he has accumulated a wealth of experience of Li-ion battery fabrication at the basic research level. At LiFeSiZE AB he is nowo able to apply this experience to the extra challenges encountered in battery-cell scale-up
Irena Cynkier has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Lunds Technical University.
Her professional background is in electrochemistry, crystallography and occupational hygiene. She is currently responsible for administration in the Company.