I have worked on lithium-sulfur battery research since 2012 at the Ångström Advanced Battery Center at Uppsala University.
At the moment I'm particularly interested in using the open source programming language R - originally designed for and by statisticians - for data analysis, visualisation and presentation. One of the most interesting tools associated with R is Shiny, a framework for creating interactive web applications with R. As far as publishing agreements allow, I think this is a good way to release datasets in an interactive way to try and illustrate research in ways that it's not so easy to do in print. Some examples of these are listed on this page.
These are some pages describing or showcasing some of my published research in this area.