Jelena Popovic-Neuber

Førsteamanuensis i batteriteknologi

Det teknisk-naturvitenskapelige fakultet
Institutt for energi- og petroleumsteknologi


Jelena Popovic-Neuber is an Associate Professor in Battery Technology at the Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology. She studied colloid chemistry at Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces/University of Potsdam, Germany (Dr. rer. nat., 2011) and chemical engineering at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia (Dipl. ing., 2008). After graduation, she spent 11 years as a staff scientist/group leader at Department of Physical Chemistry of Solids, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany. Her scientific interests  lie in the cross-section of experimental and theoretical electrochemistry and materials science with focus on physico-chemical investigation of ion conduction mechanisms in materials for electrochemical energy storage, mostly battery electrolytes, electrodes and interphases. 


Electrochemistry | University of Stavanger (

Battery Technology | University of Stavanger (

Selected publications:

Full publication list available at: Jelena Popovic-Neuber (0000-0001-6618-4306) (

Recent and upcoming conference talks:


  • Na Battery Symposium (SBS-5), Berlin (invited)
  • Swiss Battery Days, Zürich (invited)
  • 18th International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes, Langkawi (invited)
  • 87th Spring meeting of the German Physical Society, Berlin (keynote)
  • nanoGE Materials for Sustainable Developement Conference, Barcelona (invited)
  • 48th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, Daytona beach(invited)


  • Lorentz Center Workshop on electrochemical energy storage in 2D and layered materials, Leiden (invited)
  • 244th ECS Meeting, Gothenburg (invited) 
  • 1st European Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes for Battery Applications, Karlsruhe(invited)
  • 74th Annual International Society of Electrochemistry Meeting, Lyon (keynote)
  • Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium, Pembroke College, Oxford (invited)