Our group targets challenges related to the development of the new solutions to satisfy the growing demand for energy. We study complex phenomena in solids and liquids and at their electrified interfaces that are associated with i) storing energy reversibly and ii) efficiently converting electrical energy into fuels. Next, we apply the fundamental knowledge that we gained to develop new materials for batteries and electrocatalysis that can deliver improved performance, cost, efficiency and safety. We are also interested in designing eco-friendly energy systems that have minimal environmental impact.
MATERIALS AND ELECTROLYTE DESIGN FOR ENERGY
Nathan Hong is joining the group
December 1st, 2020
Nathan officially joins as a PhD student.
Our group joined ReMaP initiative
November 16th, 2020
Our group will be studying how supercapacitor modules can be effectively paired with batteries to increase and predict the operation lifetimes of energy storage modules. Detailed information here