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My anticipated research will focus on developing new hole transport layer based on PEDOT derivatives for perovskite solar cells.
Advisor: Qiuming Yu – Chemical Engineering
My research aims to further the technique of Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) by looking at joint time-frequency analysis of an
impedance-like response about a non-steady periodic condition, e.g. when a battery is charging.
Advisor: Venkat Subramanian – Chemical Engineering
Advisor Venkat Subramanian – Chemical Engineering
My research is encompassed by solution processable inorganic nanocrystal (NC) inks for thin film solar cell applications. Specifically, I will be exploring the role of ligand interactions with capped-NCs.
Advisor: Christine Luscombe- Material Science & Engineering
My research will involve varying the metal-halide perovskite composition particularly on lead-free alternatives such as tin (non-toxic).
Advisor: Daniel Gamelin- Chemistry
My research focuses on developing new organic based active materials for grid-scale energy storage in redox-flow batteries.
Advisor: Lilo Pozzo – Chemical Engineering
During the award period I will experiment on how temperature and pressure changes within the supercritical phase effect nanoparticles and presence of toxic products.
Advisor: Igor Novosselov – Mechanical Engineering
My research focuses on developing self-healing polymers based on pi-pi interactions as binder for low-cost sulfur cathodes with long cycle life.
Advisor Alex Jen – Material Science & Engineering
Advisor Christine Luscombe – Chemistry
I plan to investigate fFinding the optimal locations of charging stations, for a city and state, and Multi-scale optimization involving grid, vehicles, and battery.
Advisor: Don MacKenzie – Civil and Environmental Engineering
Advisor Alex Jen – Chemistry
Advisor Brandi Cossairt – Chemistry
My research during 2018-2019 will focus on the optimization of Energy storage systems (ESS) utilization in radial distribution system voltage control, with the objective of achieving satisfactory voltage level while minimizing cost.
Advisor: Daniel Kirschen – Electrical Engineering
My research focuses on designing molecular systems for the conversion of carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas into C1 products as a means of hydrogen fuel storage.
Advisor: Brandi Cossiart – Chemistry
My current research focuses on developing a battery and vehicle model that utilizes geographic information system (GIS) data to predict the state of health of lithium-ion battery packs for hybrid-electric buses.
Advisor: Daniel Schwartz – Chemical Engineering
Advisor Arka Majumdar – Electrical Engineering