Li-ion batteries are currently used in portable consumer electronics such as cell phones and laptops, in powering electric vehicles and in stationary grid applications.
Mihri Ozkan, a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UCR, has been developing unconventional solutions for Li-ion battery technologies using sustainable materials and green chemistry requiring low power processing. Transforming waste glass and plastic bottles, biomass (mushrooms, sugar) and natural sources such as sand and diatoms into high grade battery electrodes are among her research group’s achievements.
UC Center Sacramento is presenting this lecture.
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Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event
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