Sandia Energy > Programs > Energy Storage > Staff > Travis Anderson Travis Anderson, Ph.D. Chemist Contact Information Travis Anderson, Ph.D. / (505) 270-9523 Biography Travis M. Anderson is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories. He received his B.S degree in Chemistry from Mercer University in 1997 and his Ph.D. degree in Inorganic Chemistry from Emory University in 2002. His research interests include synthetic inorganic chemistry, battery materials aging, and flow batteries. Research Interests Synthetic inorganic chemistry (coordination chemistry and cluster chemistry) Flow batteries (prototyping, non-aqueous chemistries) Battery materials aging (thermal and lithium primary) Education Ph.D. in Chemistry, Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia), 2002 B.S. in Chemistry, Mercer University (Macon, Georgia), 1997 Key Publications L.J. Small, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson Crossover in Membranes for Aqueous Soluble Organic Redox Flow Batteries J. Electrochem. Soc., 2019, 166, A2536-A2542, DOI: 10.1149/2.0681912jes. K.-A.M. Stirrup, M.A. Rodriguez, E.N. Coker, J.J.M. Griego, T.M. Anderson Monitoring of FeS2 reactions using high-temperature XRD coupled with gas chromatography Powder Diffraction, 34(2), 90-96, DOI:10.1017/S0885715619000320. S.B. Lee, K. Mitra, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson, V. Ramadesigan, B.R. Chalamala, V.R. Subramanian Open Data, Models, and Codes for Vanadium Redox Batch Cell Systems J. Electrochem. En. Conv. Stor. Feb 2020, 17(1): 011008 (19 pages), DOI: 10.1115/1.4044156. K.-A.M. Stirrup, M.A. Rodriguez, E.N. Coker, J.J.M. Griego, T.M. Anderson, Monitoring of FeS2 Reactions Using High-Temperature XRD Coupled with Gas Chromatograph Powder Diffraction, 34(2), 90-96. doi:10.1017/S0885715619000320. L.J. Small, H.D. Pratt III, C.L. Staiger, T.M. Anderson MetILs3: A Strategy for High Density Energy Storage Using Redox-Active Ionic Liquids Adv. Sustainable Syst. 2017, 1, 1700066, DOI: 10.1002/adsu.201700066. S. Martin, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson Screening for High Conductivity/Low Viscosity Ionic Liquids Using Product Descriptors Mol. Inf. 2017, 36, 1600125, DOI: 10.1002/minf.201600125. D.F. Sava Gallis, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson, K.W. Chapman Electrochemical activity of Fe-MIL-100 as a positive electrode for Na-ion batteries J. Mat. Chem. A 2016 4, 13764-13770, DOI: 10.1039/C6TA03943J. L.J. Small, H.D. Pratt III, C.H. Fujimoto, T.M. Anderson Diels alder polyphenylene anion exchange membrane for nonaqueous redox flow batteries J. Electrochem. Soc. 2016 163 (1), A5106-A5111, DOI: 10.1149/2.0141601jes. Key Patents D.F. Sava Gallis, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson, N.S. Hudak Metal-Organic Framework Electrodes for Sodium Ion Batteries U. S. Patent 10,497,971, Issued December 3, 2019. T.M. Anderson, H.D. Pratt III, HD.F. Sava Gallis, N.S. Hudak Electrodes for Sodium Ion Batteries U. S. Patent 10,320,028, Issued June 11, 2019. L.J. Small, T.M. Anderson, H.D. Pratt III Nonaqueous Redox Flow Battery Electrolyte Comprising an Ionic Liquid with a Metal Cation Coordinated to Redox-Active Ligands U. S. Patent 10,305,133, Issued May 28, 2019. C.H. Fujimoto, H.D. Pratt III, T.M. Anderson High Performance, Durable Polymers Including Poly(phenylene) U. S. Patent 9,580,541, Issued February 28, 2017 T.M. Anderson, N.S. Hudak, C.L. Staiger, H.D. Pratt III Polyoxometalate Active Charge-Transfer Material for Mediated Redox Flow Battery U.S. Patent 9,548,509, Issued January 17, 2017. T.M. Anderson, H.D. Pratt III Polyoxometalate Flow Battery U.S. Patent 9,287,578, Issued March 15, 2016. T.M. Anderson, D. Ingersoll, C.L. Staiger, H.D. Pratt III Synthesis of Electroactive Ionic Liquids for Flow Battery Applications U.S. Patent 9,123,943, Issued September 1, 2015. S.G. Thoma, T.M. Anderson Method of Synthesizing Tungsten Nanoparticles U.S. Patent 8,372,177, Issue Date February 12, 2013.