Antonio Baclig is a Cohort 2021 Fellow in the Cyclotron Road Division. He has studied batteries for the last seven years as a Ph.D. then postdoc in the Stanford Materials Science & Engineering department (Chueh group), where he spearheaded the research of novel high-energy density electrolytes for flow batteries. Prior to that, he was one of the first employees at a venture-backed clean energy start-up (C12 Energy), working on a wide range of technical and business tasks. Baclig received his bachelor's degree from Harvard in chemistry and physics and grew up on Oahu, HI.
Project: Affordable Grid Batteries from Iron and Salt
Company: Inlyte Energy