Radostina Stoyanova is a Professor in Solid State Chemistry at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The research of Prof. Stoyanova is focused mainly on the clarification of the fundamental principles of intercalation chemistry, and the application of these principles to the creation of new classes of electrode materials for lithium-, sodium and hybrid metal-ion batteries. Her expertise covers chemistry of energy-storage materials, solid state ionics and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy for assessing the local structure of materials. These studies are carried out in close collaboration with research groups from Universidad de Córdoba (Spain), ICMCB-Bordeaux (France), LNCMI-Grenoble (France) and Universität Bayreuth (Germany). She is an author and co-author of 170 original scientific papers in ISI-indexed journals with over 3600 citations and h-index of 36 (SCOPUS database). In recognition of her scientific achievements, Prof. Stoyanova was awarded the prestigious national prize Pythagoras for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Natural Sciences (2018).
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