Publications and responsibilities
Designing a manganese oxide bifunctional air electrode for aqueous chloride-based electrolytes in secondary zinc-air batteries
Electrically rechargeable zinc-air batteries have gained great attention in recent years due to their capacity to provide high energy density. The electrolyte has played a key role in the advancement of this technology and recently, aqueous chloride-based electrolytes have been demonstrated as a pos...
Towards rechargeable zinc-air batteries with aqueous chloride electrolytes
A Review of Model-Based Design Tools for Metal-Air Batteries
The advent of large-scale renewable energy generation and electric mobility is driving a growing need for new electrochemical energy storage systems. Metal-air batteries, particularly zinc-air, are a promising technology that could help address this need. While experimental research is essential, it...
Rational Development of Neutral Aqueous Electrolytes for Zinc–Air Batteries
Neutral aqueous electrolytes have been shown to extend both the calendar life and cycling stability of secondary zinc–air batteries (ZABs). Despite this promise, there are currently no modeling studies investigating the performance of neutral ZABs. Traditional continuum models are numerically insuff...