|Our mission is to accelerate the development of transformative electrochemical energy systems with an overarching goal of enabling sustainable technologies. To this end, we employ microfluidic, electrochemical, and spectroscopic methods to understand the fundamental atomic and molecular-level science that challenges next-generation devices. Building on this knowledge, we then apply engineering principles to design high performance electrochemically-active materials and to develop efficient electrochemical processes. Though this approach is broadly applicable, we are particularly interested in electromobility and distributed energy storage realized through fuel cells, advanced batteries, and electrolyzers.||News:
♦Liang and Jeff’s paper on High throughput electrolyte development for non-aqueous flow batteries appears in the J. Electrochem. Soc. Congrats!!
♦ Fall UROPS have arrived! Welcome new and returning UROPS Lin, Catherine, and Andres!
♦ Prof. Brushett gives invited talk at Northeastern University’s 2nd annual International Conference on Multi-Scale Renewable Energy Storage