Ge Wang and Yi Zhou successfully defended their thesis. Congratulations! Our team attended the First International Conference on Energy Storage Materials in Shenzhen. Congratulations! Dr.Liu's work is accepted on Advanced Materials. Prof. Dan Li was invited to visit our lab and make a wonderful report on 2nd Sept. Profressor Yang's team attends the Carbon Conference in Melbourne.
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Ge Wang and Yi Zhou successfully defended their thesis. Congratulations!

[2018-03-20 12:37:35]

Our team attended the First International Conference on Energy Storage Materials in Shenzhen.

[2017-11-22 14:55:54]

The First International Conference on Energy Storage Materials (ICEnSM 2017) holds in Shenzhen from 18th to 21th in November 2017. Our team attended the conference and the abstracts of our work were accepted as poster presentations. ICEnSM is a unique conference series initiated by the editors of a new Journal, Energy Storage Materials, published by Elsevier (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/energy-storage-materials), and Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute, co-founded by Tsinghua University and University of California at Berkeley. This conference features world-class plenary speakers, keynote speakers, and oral/poster presentations aimed at promoting energy storage materials and devices in the application process.

Through the conference, we communicated with outstanding scientists at home and abroad and learnt a lot.

Congratulations! Dr.Liu's work is accepted on Advanced Materials.

[2017-11-08 14:54:42]

This work provides a summary of the significant research breakthroughs in the superior volumetric performance of dense electrodes made from a range of nanoporous materials. Moreover, this review will focus primarily on the engineering of pores to design a dense yet porous electrode with excellent volumetric performance. Finally, the current challenges, future directions and future opportunities are briefly discussed.

The Digital Object Unique Identifier (DOI) of the review is 10.1002/ (adma.201705713). We’ll update the details when it could be searched on the Internet..

Prof. Dan Li was invited to visit our lab and make a wonderful report on 2nd Sept.

[2017-09-03 14:53:37]

Prof. Dan Li received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Physics and Chemistry from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 1999. After several years as a Research Fellow at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, the University of Washington, University of California Los Angles, and the University of Wollongong, he joined Monash University as an associate professor in 2008 and was promoted to full professor in 2012. In 2017, He became the professor in the University of Melbourne. His current research interests are centered on the graphene-based soft materials, energy storage and systems design, and bulk 2D nanoionics.

The contents of the report can summarized as follows: Nanoionics is the study and application of properties, phenomena, and mechanisms of ion transport and storage in nanoscale systems. Despite being the key to a myriad of indispensable technologies in energy, water and biomedicine, our experimental understanding of confined ion transport at length scales below 10 nm, particularly below 2 nm, has so far been limited in terms of scale itself, but also of materials investigated. This talk will present how the layered graphene hydrogel membranes developed in my group in the past years could open up exciting opportunities for advancing the field of nanoionics and enable new nanoionic devices for energy storage and conversion, water purification and biomedical areas.

Profressor Yang's team attends the Carbon Conference in Melbourne.

[2017-07-31 14:47:34]

There is a big academic ceremony about "Carbon" every year. And it holds the Conference in Melbourne from 23th July to 29th July in 2017. Our team was invited to attend the Conference and learnt a lot from it. Here are some memories.