Tedd Lister


Critical Materials Institute, Idaho National Lab

Dr. Tedd Lister is an electrochemical scientist with Idaho National Laboratory with broad experience in energy storage, electrolysis, electrodeposition, and analytical electrochemistry. His work involves energy conversion reactions and surface processing for materials applications, also corrosion research, both applied and basic. He has been the lead on three recycling projects for the Critical Materials Institute, and the lead for electrochemical upgrading of bio-oil. He holds a doctorate in analytical chemistry from the University of Georgia at Athens and a bachelor’s in chemistry from University of North Carolina at Wilmington. At INL he has been a mentor to 12 postdoctoral researchers and interns. His Electrochemical Recovery of Constituents of Value (E-RECOV) won the Tech-Connect 2016 award, Outstanding Technology Development from the Federal Lab Consortium Far West Region (2016) and Idaho Innovation Awards Early-Stage Innovation of the Year (2016).‚Äč