Assistant Professor, Department of mechanical Engineering
Office: 2553 MEK
Lab: 1371 MEB
My research investigates new nanomaterial structures and advanced nanofabrication techniques for electrochemical energy storage applications. Areas of expertise include: electrochemical capacitors (supercapacitors) (including conducting polymer and metal-oxide based pseudocapacitors), biodegradable energy storage materials, and carbon nanotube-based electrodes. Current research interests also include sodium-ion battery materials, and nanomaterial architectures for electrocatalytic fuel conversion.