Aimy Bazylak

Aimy Bazylak

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering


Research Focus: Hydrogen Fuel Cells


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Research Projects

3D flow fields for enhanced mass transport in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells

For the remainder of Eric’s PhD studies, he plans to explore the impacts of gravity on liquid water accumulation and performance degradation in low-temperature hydrogen fuel cells. He will also characterize the potential of porous flow fields with tailored microstructures and surface treatments on liquid water management in fuel cells via CT imaging. Eric’s research goals are to contribute to the global adoption of hydrogen technologies to improve renewable energy storage infrastructure and reliability.

Enhancing Mass Transport in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzer for Effective Hydrogen production

Alexandre is a postdoctoral fellow at UofT in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. He holds a Master’s degree and Ph.D degree in Mechanical Engineering from Jeonju University, South Korea. In 2022, he was awarded postdoctoral fellowship by Climate Positive Energy to conduct research on improving mass transport in polymer electrolyte membrane electrolyzer for clean hydrogen production.