Fundamental Physics and Chemistry of Energy Storage Materials and Systems
Professor Golam-Abbas Nazri
- Holistic approach to energy generation and storage: New research opportunities
- Search for super anode material
Experimental condensed matter and materials physics, applied physics, and condensed matter chemistry, with a focus on research and development of advanced materials for energy storage and generation systems, including materials for advance batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, supercapacitors, sensors, solid state hydrogen & other fuel storage, and hybridization of energy storage and generation devices. The research focus is on the development of advance physics and chemistry for better understanding and discovery of new phenomena in the area of energy storage and generation materials with application to electric-based transportation.
Active areas of research:
- Synthesis of novel nanomaterials for next generation of energy storage & generation devices.
- Physics and chemistry at high temperature and pressure.
- Reactivity of solids and non-traditional synthesis of new classes of materials.
- Transformation of pollutants to useful fuels.
- Synthesis of non-noble metal electrocatalysts, and non-rare earth magnets.
- Design and development of new in-situ techniques with single event resolution for real-time characterization
- of materials and devices.
- Refinement and extraction of light weight metals, alloys, inorganic-organic hybrids, carbon nanotubes
- polymer composites, and high temperature metal ceramic composites.