Diana Golodnitsky


Prof. Diana Golodnitsky, PhD                         

The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Chair in Chemistry and Energy Sciences                                                                                                                                                                                  

School of Chemistry, Applied Materials Research Center

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 6997801

E-mail: golod@post.tau.ac.il


Israel National Research Center for Electrochemical Propulsion:




The current scientific interests of my research group are focused on the electrochemistry of solid-electrolyte lithium and lithium-ion batteries and characterization of innovative materials for advanced energy technologies. Our group has an enduring experience in electroless method, electrodeposition of metals and alloys, and electrophoretic deposition of composite materials.

We develop free form-factor 3D microbatteries, in which all active layers are fabricated exclusively by electrophoretic deposition. The mechanism of AC and DC EPD from different solvents and complex interplay of the EPD parameters, electrochemical properties and interfacial phenomena are under investigation. Thin-film battery electrodes composed of nanosize materials, such as modified Lithium Iron Phosphate, Lithium Titanate and original polymer-in-ceramic electrolytes offer high reversible specific capacity and high pulse-power capability.


Selected publications


  1. E. Cohen, M. Lifshits, G. Kosa, and D Golodnitsky, Novel Rechargeable 3D-Microbattery on 3D-Printed Polymer Substrates: Feasibility Study, Electrochimica Acta, 265 March (2018) 690-701
  2. R. Blanga, M. Goor L. Burstein, Yu. Rosenberg, A. Gladkich, I. Shechtman, D. Logvinuk, and D. Golodnitsky The search of solid electrolyte for lithium/sulfur batteries, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, (2016)20:3393–3404
  3. R. Blanga, L. Burstein, M. Berman, S. G. Greenbaum, and D. Golodnitsky  Solid Polymer-in-Ceramic Electrolyte Formed by Electrophoretic Deposition Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 162 (11) D3084-D3089 (2015)
  4. H. Mazor, D. Golodnitsky, L. Burstein, A. Gladkikh, E. Peled, Electrophoretic deposition of lithium iron phosphate cathode for thin-film 3D-microbatteries, Journal of Power Sources  198, (2012) 264-272