1-1-4 Project Director
Project : Development of Nano-electrode materials to improve energy efficiency
This research project aims at enhancing the energy efficiency and performance of next-generation energy conversion and strorage device and developing the electrode with low limit of detection for the heavy metal detecting sensor This specific goals are as follows. ● Large scale synthesis of nano-electrode materials for lithium ion batteries & supercapacitors ● Development of nanomaterials for efficient energy stroage ● Development of heavy metal sensors and analyzer using nano-electrode materials ● Target: Initial capacity of 650 mAhr/g, Currnet desity of 100 mA/g, Degradation rate during the 50 cycle charge-discharge: > 66%
We plan to sequentially carried out the following research steps to preparehigh performance electrode nanomaterials using novel process. ● stage 1 : Development of high efficiency and performance nano-electrode materials & Synthesis of nano-electrode materials ● Stage 2 : Development of high efficiency energy storage device using a noble nano-materials : Increment of performance of nano electrode for energy storage capacity : Energy storage device characterization: various battery devices, supercapacitors : Development of novle electrode for trace analysis of heavy metals using nano-electrode materials ● Stage 3 : Sustainable next generation energy storage and conversion device : Enhanced durability and stability techniques for high efficiency : Improve reproducibility and accuracy of heavy metal sensor using nano-electrode material : Development of fundamental technique & commercialization
● Ourinnovativeapproachinthepreparationandapplicationofnanomaterials will lead to novel superior electrode materials for lithium ion battery and nanomaterials with significantly improved performances for supercapacitor, and thus the achievement from this research will contribute to develop original nanotechnology for electrode materials. ● Ourcreativeresearcheswillleadtoworld-classacademic achievements and run into challenges developing new platforms for other research works.