Jason Croy receives 2016 IBA Early Career Award
Materials Scientist Jason Croy (CSE) was presented with the 2016 International Battery Association (IBA) Early Career Award for “Outstanding Research and Characterization of Lithium Battery Materials Notably by X-ray Absorption Techniques.” Croy received the award March 24, 2016, at the IBA-2016 Symposium in Nantes, France. The IBA Early Career Award recognizes outstanding scientific or technological accomplishments in fundamental or applied research by young scientists at an early career stage.
Croy joined Argonne in 2010 and is a principle investigator or co-principle investigator of four U.S. Department of Energy programs in CSE. His work at Argonne focuses on the design, synthesis and characterization of high-energy lithium-ion electrode materials. Croy is internationally recognized as an expert on lithium- and manganese-rich cathode materials and has published numerous articles on the atomic-scale mechanisms governing the performance of lithium-ion electrodes. He received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Central Florida.