New paper published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. This work in collaboration with the teams of Markus Gallei and Guido Kickelbick (both at Saarland University) explores shear-induced co-assembly as a step towards creating unique (ordered) materials. The latter can be conveniently converted to metal oxide / carbon hybrids via thermal annealing. For example, titanium niobium oxide / carbon obtained this way profided 335 mAh/g at 10 mA/g and a capacity retention of 84% after 1000 cycles at 250 mA/g.

New article published on the exploration of high entropy materials in the digital age in Advanced Energy Materials. This work was done in collaboration with the KIT (via Ben Breitung and Leonardo Velasco) and is being featured on the front title page.