You are cordially invited to attend this zoom seminar by Daniel Sharon
You are cordially invited to attend this seminar to be held on
Tuesday, November 17, 15:00
Title: “Ion transport and interfacial phenomena in solid-state nanostructured electrolytes”
Abstract: Multiphase structured electrolytes are of continued interest for their potential application in fuel cells, batteries, water filtration, supercapacitors, and semiconductors technologies.Multiphase materials can enable advance properties that cannot be achieved without structure. The effect of the nanostructure on ionic transport, charge transfer, and interfacial process, however, can be complex due to the inability of traditional ‘bulk’ experiments to directly correlate between the ionic phenomena and the structure properties.
I will demonstrate that by using advance nanofabrication, self-assembly and polymerization methods we can design structured systems with deterministically defined ionic pathways, interfaces, and chemophysical properties that enable me to isolate, visualize and quantify ionic phenomena at the nanoscale level.
Daniel Sharon is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory. He earned his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the Bar-Ilan University in Israel under the supervision of Professor Doron Aurbach. Daniel has been working on the development of new electrolyte solutions and solid-state electrolytes, for next-generation energy storge applications. His research focuses on development of experimental platforms to isolate ionic and interfacial phenomena in these materials
Topic: Guest talk Department Seminar
Time: Tuesday, November 17th, 15:00
Meeting ID: 853 2614 2774