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Energy Materials and Devices

The research area of Energy Materials and Devices aims to investigate various kinds of energy conversion and storage. The scope covers ferroelectric/dielectric materials for energy conversion and storage: dielectric materials for energy storage, electro-caloric cooling and catalysts; down- and up-conversion phosphors for photovoltaics and lighting; triboelectric nanogenerators; materials for electrochemical energy conversion and storage: metal-ion batteries and supercapacitors; organic photovoltaics; perovskite solar cells; photocatalysts and electrocatalysts; Heterogeneous catalysis and CO2 utilization, etc.


Research Members in Energy Materials and Devices:

Name Research Interest 

Prof. J. H. HAO

Light sources based on piezotronics and piezo-photonics; colossal permittivity materials for energy-storage; triboelectric nanogenerator

Prof. F. YAN

Organic photovoltaics, solar cells based on perovskite materials

Prof. H. T. HUANG

Photocatalysts, ferroelectric photovoltaics and energy storage, electrodes for batteries; supercapacitors

Dr. Molly M. J. LI

Heterogeneous catalysis, nanocatalysts, renewable fuel production, chemical hydrogen storage


Energy storage materials, metal-ion batteries.


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