Paris climate agreement has set a target of achieving net-negative global emissions by the year 2050.
Our group works on developing new materials for low-cost and scalable energy conversion, storage, and CO2 capture to meet this target.
Density functional theory and machine learning.
High-throughput robotic synthesis of solution-processed nanomaterials.
Li-ion batteries, CO2 capture, solar cells, catalysis.
Kamal and Alex’s Preview on Trap States in Quantum Dots is online!
Electronic traps are the primary factor stifling the performance of quantum-dot (QD) solar cells to nearly half their theoretical potential.… Read More
Our new toy – Opentrons pipetting robot
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Tiange’s publication ‘CO2 Electroreduction from Carbonate Electrolyte’
Tiange's work on CO2 Electroreduction from Carbonate Electrolyte is now online! The process of CO2 valorization – from capture of… Read More