The Electrochemical Energy Laboratory is set up to design and develop high performance materials for sustainable energy applications (mainly electrochemical systems such as batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, electrochromic winodws, and photoelectrochemical devices).
In this respect, our research covers a broad range of activities: new materials design and development, chemical synthesis, materials characterization, property measurements, fabrication of prototype devices and their evaluation, and a fundamental understanding of structure-property-performance relationships of materials. Nanostructured materials including metal oxides and metal chalcogenides are being investigated.
Some of our Work:
The future of Li-ion batteries:
Bulk-type all-solid-state Li battery design based upon the cold compaction of Li2S-P2S5 glass solid-state electrolyte.