Designed construction of high-performance lithium ion capacitors (2018)

This project aims to develop lithium ion capacitors with drastically improved energy density, power capability, and cyclability, making them a powerful candidate for advanced energy storage applications. The key aspects are to reduce the capacity and kinetics gap between the two electrodes as well as manipulate their open circuit potential for fully utilizing the voltage window of the electrolyte. This project will accelerate the deployment of renewable sources in Australia.
Grant type:
UQ Early Career Researcher
  • ARC Discovery Early Career Research
    Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
Funded by:
University of Queensland