Our group is developing new reactions and devices of value for a modern and sustainable society that allow us to live, make, move, and produce energy and products while minimizing environmental impact.
Currently, our focus is on two main themes. The first is the exploration of novel and primary schemes for batteries, alternative-chemistry fuel cells, and other modes of energy delivery that are carbon-neutral. The second focus is on the capture and electrochemical conversion of greenhouse gases produced by transportation and in a wide range of industrial processes.
The essence of our group can be described as embodying a multiscale, molecular-to-device approach to technology development. We are a highly interdisciplinary group, combining chemistry, electrochemistry, materials design, transport engineering, and reaction design to achieve control over energy and mass flows in micro-to-macro-scale devices.