Na-ion battery, Thin film battery, Cathode and Anode electrode, and Sulfide and Oxide
Secondary batteries are rechargeable batteries that transform electrical energy into chemical energy and vice versa. These batteries are widely deployed in a wide range of applications, from miniaturized devices to high-power-driven electric vehicles. Since the inception of Li-ion batteries, remarkable progress has been made to meet the needs of the energy starving world. However, the popular Li-ion batteries have reached a limit in their energy density and power density. Therefore, the latest developments in the other secondary-type batteries have drawn the scientific community's attention. These advancements allow inexpensive and efficient energy storage solutions.
We work on most recent advances in battery science and engineering, the chemistry of the secondary batteries, novel electrode, and electrolyte configurations.
School of Advanced Materials Engineering, Jeonbuk National University, Baekje-daero 567,