Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Systems for Energy Storage

Collaborators:

The Laboratory collaborates extensively with world-class researchers from top universities and research centers around world as Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), University of Warwick (UK), Chungnam National University (Korea), Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan), Sejong University (Korea), University of Tokyo (Japan), Hanyang University (Korea), Hebei University of Technology (China), French National Centre for Scientific Research (France), etc.

 

Past Funded Research Projects:

“Innovative high-capacity anodes based on lithium titanate for a next generation of batteries” funded by MES for 2018-2020.

“Development of 3D structured Si-based thin film anode materials for next generation Li-ion microbatteries” funded by MES for 2018-2020.

State targeted program “Innovative Materials and Systems for Energy Conversion and Storage” funded by MES for 2018-2020.

Sub-project “Next generation thin film energy storage and conversion systems for high efficiency applications” of targeted program “NU-Berkeley strategic initiative in warm-dense matter, advanced materials, and energy sources for 2014-2018: Integration of the deposition of thin films and nanoparticles for energy-efficient applications” funded by MES for 2014-2018.

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Current Funded Research Projects:

“Three-Dimensional All Solid State Rechargeable Batteries” CRP funded by NU for 2020-2022.

“Development of flexible and safe new generation lithium-ion batteries” funded by MES for 2020-2022.

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