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Christopher Williams

Christopher Williams is currently in a research program aimed at characterizing and understanding how electrochemical energy storage devices will be utilized in the future Naval fleet to drive both conventional applications as well as advanced electrical weaponry. Christopher started out as an undergraduate researcher during the past summer and fall 2014 semesters and was instrumental in setting up a new research effort we just started in which we are evaluating lead acid, lithium-ion, and nickel metal hydride batteries for the Navy under very high pulsed current rates. Christopher graduated with his BSEE in December 2014 and is now a Masters candidate at the University of Texas at Arlington.