In our group, we study complex phenomena in solids and liquids and at their electrified interfaces.
Then, we apply the fundamental knowledge that we gained to developing new electrolytes and materials for batteries and electrocatalysis that can deliver improved performance, cost, efficiency, and safety.
In our studies, we target minimizing environmental footprint when designing energy systems.
DESIGNING MATERIALS AND ELECTROLYTES FOR ENERGY
Our Lab welcomes a group of students from the Kantonschule Solothurn!
Our "Progress in alternative battery technology" is highlighted on the ETH homepage here
Anna wins Innosuisse startup campus award. Congratulations!
Our work on electrolytes for Zn batteries appears on the cover of Energy & Environmental Science
We had a wonderful time visiting Prof. Bandrenka's Group at TU Munich!
Our review on MOFs for Fast Electrochemical Energy Storage published in Chem!
Maria is listed as "Highly Cited Researcher 2022". Congratulations!
Together with colleagues, Maria receives Faraday Division Horizon Prize
Anna selected as MRS Best Poster Award nominee. Congratulations!
Jimun was awarded the Schmidt Science Fellowship! Congratulations!
Maria joins the Editorial Board of PRX Energy.