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MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu is using cellulose from wood to store renewable energy in batteries.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli (Julie) Zhu was awarded a $1M grant from the Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office to work on Enabling Advanced Electrode Architecture through Printing Technique.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu lab’s research on “Solid‐State Batteries: Sulfide‐Based Solid‐State Electrolytes: Synthesis, Stability, and Potential for All‐Solid‐State Batteries” is featured on the inside front cover of Advanced Materials.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu lab’s research on “Aqueous Flow Batteries: Mass Transfer and Reaction Kinetic Enhanced Electrode for High‐Performance Aqueous Flow Batteries” featured on the inside front cover of Advanced Functional Materials.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu awarded an NSF Eager grant to work on “fully water-soluble bioelectronics with skin-conforming galactomannan” in collaboration with Penn State University.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu awarded $180K from the Rogers Corporation for “Advanced Electrolytes to Enable High Energy High Power Li-ion Batteries”.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu and ChE Assistant Professor Joshua Gallaway were awarded a $480K NSF grant for “Engineering the Metal Sulfide Interface in All Solid-State Batteries through Operando Study”.
MIE Assistant Professors Xiaoning “Sarah” Jin and Hongli Zhu were awarded a $544K NSF grant for “Manufacturing USA: Precision Alignment of Roll-to-Roll Printing of Flexible Paper Electronics Through Modeling and Virtual Sensor-based Control.”
25 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY20 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 18 different projects representing up to $900K dollars of investment in research.
Ultrastable 2D Metallic and Ion Transport Nanotube Highlighted as Cover Paper in Advanced Energy Materials
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu’s research on “Lithium‐Ion Batteries: Ion Transport Nanotube Assembled with Vertically Aligned Metallic MoS2 for High Rate Lithium‐Ion Batteries” was featured on the inside back cover of Advanced Energy Materials.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu’s research on “Batteries: Freestanding Metallic 1T MoS2 with Dual Ion Diffusion Paths as High Rate Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries” was featured on the cover of Advanced Functional Materials.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu’s research on “Ultralight, highly thermally insulating and fire resistant aerogel by encapsulating cellulose nanofibers with two-dimensional MoS2” was featured on the inside cover of the Nanoscale journal.
The Center for STEM Education kicked off its 2017 Young Scholars Program on June 26, 2017, with 26 budding scientists and engineers from high schools at a variety of cities and towns in the Greater Boston area.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu‘s research on Wood-Derived Materials for Green Electronics, Biological Devices, and Energy Applications was published in the Chemical Reviews journal. This comprehensive review of wood-derived biomaterials covers three highly topical application: biological devices, paper electronics, and clean energy. The relationship between material structure, properties and applications were well discussed. Related News This Could […]
23 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY17 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 12 different projects representing over $600K dollars of investment in research.
MIE Assistant Professor Hongli Zhu gave an invited talk at the Annual Materials Research Society (MRS) Conference in Boston on Flexible Electronics based on Multiscale Natural Fibers.