Hi, I'm Matt Murbach

I'm currently a lecturer in the Chemical Engineering department at the University of Washington. In my Ph.D. research, I worked with Prof. Dan Schwartz on impedance-based diagnostics for lithium-ion batteries.

I'm passionate about making impedance analysis (and scientific research overall!) more reproducible and using data science techniques to accelerate a clean energy future.
Github Twitter ORCiD

Recent News

ImpedanceAnalyzer manuscript published
25 January 2018

Published a manuscript describing an open-source web platform for the physics-based analysis of experimental impedance spectra!

Read More…

Work highlighted in the New York Times
11 December 2017

Our work with repurposing used bus batteries for microgrid storage systems was highlighted in a New York Times article!

Forbes 30 Under 30 Energy
15 November 2017

Pretty cool honor to be named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy! Inspired by all these awesome young people doing innovative things to shape the future of energy.

Inaugural ECS Hack Day!
4 October 2017

We had an incredibly successful first Electrochemical Society Data Sciences Hack Day at the 232nd ECS Meeting in National Harbor!

Read More…

See more...