Digital material research

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Experimental work is only one element on our path to understanding of energy materials. In collaboration with partners worldwide, we engage in digital material research. (1) Simulation and modelling allows us to do research on ideal material impossible to make in the laboratory and to understand mechanisms. (2) Digitialization of materials allows to create a digital twin of “real” materials for advanced modelling of processes and processing.

Further reading:

  • S. Bi, Y. Zhang, L. Cervini, T. Mo, J.M. Griffin, V. Presser, G. Feng, Permselective ion electrosorption of subnanometer pores at high molar strength enables capacitive deionization of saline water, Sustainable Energy & Fuels 4(3) (2020) 1285-1295. (Link)
  • T. Mo, S. Bi, Y. Zhang, V. Presser, X. Wang, Y. Gogotsi, G. Feng, Ion structure transition enhances the charging dynamics in subnanometer pores, ACS Nano 14(2) (2020) 2395-2403. (Link)