Dr. Alexey Serov
Alexey Serov’s technical research began with the Samsung SDI R&D Center, Fuel Cell Team, before joining the Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of New Mexico in 2010, as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Dr. Serov was later promoted to Research Assistant Professor in 2013 and Research Associate Professor in 2015.
In his research, Dr. Serov has published more than 170 peer-reviewed articles. His IP portfolio consists of 74 issued patents and more than 120 patent applications. His primary research interests include synthesis and characterization of new materials for clean energy technologies, such as fuel cells, electrolyzers and the synthesis of “electrofuels”.
Alexey joined Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the April 2021 and actively working at several DOE Consortia: M2FCT, H2NEW and ElectroCat. Main role is development of new electrocatalysts, integration of materials into the Membrane Electrode Assembly and MEA fabrication using scalable approaches (i.e., Roll-to-Roll). He is an ORNL's liaison for H2NEW consortium and oversees design of novel active and durable MEAs for Low Temperature PEM Water Electrolysis.