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Safe Electrolytes for Li-ion Batteries

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SEMINAR 

  The State Key Lab of 

  High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure 

  Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

    

  2016年度国家重点实验室特邀学术报告 

  Safe Electrolytes for Li-ion Batteries 

  Chunsheng Wang, Professor 

  University of Maryland 

  时间:201666日(星期一)上午09:30 

  地点:2号楼607会议室 

  欢迎广大科研人员和研究生参与讨论! 

  联系人:郭向欣(52411032 

  报告摘要: 

  Li-ion and Na-ion batteries are the critical enabling technology for the electric vehicles (EV) and renewable wind and solar energy. However, the energy density and safety of current batteries are still need to be improved to satisfy these requirements for EV and smart grid applications.  In recent few years, Dr. Wang’s group at University of Maryland has systemically investigated the high capacity anodes and cathodes for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries. New concept of safe Li-ion batteries using aqueous electrolyte and solid state batteries using a single material have been developed.   

  报告人简介: 

  Dr. Chunsheng Wang is a Professor in the Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Maryland. He received Ph.D in Materials Science & Engineering from Zhejiang University, China in 1995. Prior to joining University of Maryland in 2007, he was an assistant professor in Department of Chemical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University (TTU) in 2003-2007 and a research scientist in the Center for Electrochemical System and Hydrogen Research at Texas A&M University in 1998-2003. His research focuses on rechargeable batteries and fuel cells. He has published more than 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals including Science, Advanced Materials, Nature Communication, JACS and Angew. His work has been cited more than 6500 times with H-index of 44. His work on lithium batteries have been featured in NASA Tech Brief, EFRC/DoE newsletter, C&EN etc. Dr. Wang is the recipient of the A. James Clark School of Engineering Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award in the University of Maryland in 2013. 

 
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