Thank you to Tyler, Vivek and the rest of the team for the invitation to present our work in your 5th annual research symposium. It was great and I look forward to all of our interactions in the future!
Great job by Xiong Peng and the team. Enjoy!
Thank you to Paul Shearing from UCL for the invitation to share our Identical-Location TEM and Metal Oxide Anode battery work. It was a great 2 days – wonderful conference!
What a great visit! Thank you very much Camille Petit for organizing!!
Here, we look at the influence of metal doping in SnO2 capacity retention and rate capability. Enjoy!
Article Link: http://www.nature.com/articles/srep25860
Full Reference: Y. Liu, A. Palmieri, J. He, Y. Meng, N. Beauregard, S.L. Suib and W.E. Mustain, “Highly Conductive In-SnO2/RGO Nano-Heterostructures with Improved Lithium-Ion Battery Performance”, Scientific Reports, 6 (2016) 25860; doi: 10.1038/srep25860
Thank you to Keith Scott and colleagues for the invitation and great visit. You can find a copy of the presentation here: Advanced Carbonate Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Cells to Reduce CO2 Emissions
On April 26, 2016, the University of Connecticut recognized the work that Prof. Mustain and his group has done over the past 8 years and named him one of seven United Technologies Corporation Professors of Engineering Innovation across the UConn School of Engineering.
This endowed position was awarded by an independent committee based on research productivity and impact, teaching and service. The chaired position term is for three years. The UTC professorships were established in 2008, and are one of the highest honors that the UConn School of Engineering bestows on mid-career faculty.
This work leverages our collaborations with Mike Hickner at Penn State, John Varcoe at the University of Surrey and Kathy Ayers at Proton OnSite. Enjoy!