Dr. Moss’ current research interests focus on novel cathode materials for use in energy storage devices for electric vehicles applications. Microscopic characterization of morphology, phase transformation, order-disorder phenomena using transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscope, and x-ray diffraction (XRD) is of particular interest. He is also interested in modeling and simulation of the DC non-linear behavior, dynamic and transient response of lithium ion batteries under extreme operating conditions in order to understand the degradation process that takes place under these conditions. Other research interest includes development of battery management (BMS) systems for multiple connected batteries.
|Type of Degree||Degree Program||School||Year|
|PhD||Electrical Engineering||Florida State University||2008|
|Masters||Electrical Engineering||Florida State University||2005|
|Bachelors||Electrical Engineering||Florida State University||2000|