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Materials chemistry is crucial to many important energy producing/storage devices and processes. My research group at UT Austin is employing several innovative experimental techniques and strategies for advancing the state-of-the-art in materials for applications in the areas of solar energy, catalysis for energy, and Li-ion battery electrode materials for energy storage.

Group/Research Highlights

  • Kyle's flexible battery electrode paper to J. Mater. Chem. A accepted!

    Kyle's paper to the Journal of Materials Chemistry A regarding the synthesis of a flexible and robust lithium ion battery electrode is accepted! Congratulations Kyle!

     
  • Wen-Yueh's paper to JACS is accepted!

    Wen-Yueh's paper to the Journal of the American Chemical Society regarding the interactions of formic acid with a gold-palladium model catalyst was accepted!  Congratulations Wen-Yueh!

     
  • Pauls paper to Journal of Physical Chemistry C is accepted!

    Paul's paper on the lithiation characteristics of germanium sub-selenide was accepted by the Journal of Physical Chemistry C!  Congratulations Paul!

     
  • Kyle's meso-porous cobalt oxide electrode paper to J. Mater. Chem. A is accepted!

    Kyle's paper to the Journal of Materials Chemistry A regarding the lithiation characteristics of meso-porous cobalt oxide is accepted! Congratulations Kyle!

     
  • Greg's paper to JACS accepted!

    Greg's paper to the Journal of the American Chemical Society regarding the partial oxidation of allyl alcohol on gold is accepted! Congratulations Greg!

     

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