We are also affiliated with the Department of Chemical Engineering.
We apply computational methods to advance the understanding of materials properties for energy storage and conversion. Our research leverages the synergy between materials science, thermodynamics, electrochemistry and the power of supercomputers for the discovery of novel materials and molecules. The models derived from our research contribute to the rational design of new materials for clean energy technologies, such as electrode materials for batteries, ionic conductors and liquid electrolytes for energy-dense and sustainable energy storage systems.
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Posted 2 Oct 2018
Hannah et al. 2018. Adv. Energy Mater.; 10.1002/aenm.201800379
Posted 16 Apr 2018
Canepa et al. 2018. Chem. Mater.; 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b00649
Posted 12 Apr 2018