Project Summary

Electrochemical energy storage and conversion systems, which primarily include rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors, are among the leading technologies that have been projected to provide the solution to the complex energy storage gridlock. This project aims to develop advanced electrochemical energy storage systems with high energy density, high power density, and long serving life for diverse applications. We are designing new protocols to prepare nanostructured materials (patented), including carbon, metal oxides and their composites, for a broad spectrum of energy storage applications.

Nanomaterials for energy storage.
Nanomaterials for energy storage.

Research Group

Yu Group

Keywords

Nanomaterials, Energy, Manufacturing, Sustainability, Electrochemistry, Energy Storage

Student Projects

Low-Dimensional Mesoporous Carbon Based Nanostructures for High Performance energy storage devices

 

Project members

Lead Investigators

Professor Chengzhong (Michael) Yu

Senior Group Leader
Yu Group

Dr Xiaodan Huang

Advance QLD Research Fellow
Yu Group

Researchers

Yueqi Kong

PhD Student
Yu Group