We explore the novel functional properties of materials at nanoscale, energy storage and renewal energy conversion with reduced dimensions. Our research interest also focuses on fundamental understanding of nanoscale properties and fabrications to realize high-efficiency, low–cost energy-relevant devices. In-situ techniques also enable us to probe the physical and chemical processes of materials and device functions.
We sincerely welcome those who are interested in joining our research group!
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
CAS Key laboratory of Materials for Energy Conversion