New paper published in Batteries&Supercaps on vanadium oxide / carbon core/shell electrode materials for lithium-ion anodes. The work was done in collaboration with the Max-Planck Institute in Düsseldorf and present a simplified one-pot/two-step synthesis approach.
Simon Fleischmann has successfully defended his thesis “Hybridization ofelectrochemical energy storage: nanohybrid materials and hybrid cellarchitectures for high energy, power, and stability”.
Benjamin Krüner has successfully defended his thesis “Polymer-derived carbides and carbons with andwithout nitrogen-doping for electrochemical energy applications”.
Aura Tolosa has successfully defended her thesis “Electrospun carbon hybridfibers as binder-free electrodes for electrochemical energy storage”.
Juhan Lee has successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Redox electrolytes for non-flow electrochemical energy storage”.
Mathias Widmaier has successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Improvement of hybrid supercapacitors by optimization of electrode design and material properties”.
Nicolas Jäckel has successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Structure and properties of supercapacitor and lithium-ion battery electrodes: The role of material, electrolyte, binder, and additives”.
Welcome new group members Marc Schmidt, Maike Ulbricht, and Yuan Zhang! Ms. Ulbricht and Mr. Schmidt are our new student interns from Saarland University. Ms. Zhang starts as a PhD student working on Faradaic materials and has a master’s degree from Ulm University.
Marco Zeiger has successfully defended his thesis entitled “Next generation electrochemical energy storage with nanocarbons and carbon nanohybrid materials”. Congratulations!