We are a team of researchers with expertise in electrochemistry, (electro)chemical engineering, and materials science focused on solving problems to unleash renewable energy and avert climate catastrophe. We are specifically involved in innovation and development of aqueous organic redox flow batteries as well as exploration of new methods of removing carbon dioxide from the environment.
We investigate fundamental questions of applied energy science related to electrochemical reactions and physical processes in flow reactors, and we also use engineering skills to design and optimize complex electrochemical systems. This group brings together curious individuals from a variety of backgrounds. We value collaboration and creativity, and we strive to maintain an inclusive and welcoming team that tackles tough technical challenges together.
Fall 2022 group members (from top left): Jordan Sosa, Andrew Bergman, Michael Emanuel, Eric Fell, Taobo Wang, Tommy George, Abdulrahman Alfaraidi, (second row) Sofía Edgar, Kyumin Lee, Dr. Kiana Amini, Prof. Michael Aziz, Dr. Thomas Cochard, Toly Rinberg, and Dawei Xi.
- Long-term stability of ferri-/ferrocyanide as an electroactive component for redox flow battery applications: On the origin of apparent capacity fade
- An Extremely Stable, Highly Soluble Monosubstituted Anthraquinone for Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries
- High Energy Density Aqueous Flow Battery Utilizing Extremely Stable, Branching-Induced High-Solubility Anthraquinone near Neutral pH
- A High Potential, Low Capacity Fade Rate Iron Complex Posolyte for Aqueous Organic Flow Batteries
- A co-design framework for wind energy integrated with storage