Our latest method paper describing a suite of high-throughput characterization techniques to improve solid electrolytes has just been accepted in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. Way to go Antranik, Ethan, Rui, Pengfei, Shipeng and Victor!
We are so excited that Eric is going to present at the international battery seminar in Orlando on March 29th. Please check out the conference website for more details: https://www.internationalbatteryseminar.com/
Our new review paper ” Evaluating the effectiveness of in situ characterization techniques in overcoming mechanistic limitations in lithium–sulfur batteries” is just came out. Way to go Sarish! https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2022/ee/d1ee03396d
Two new papers are coming out from the group. High-throughput design of Na-Fe-Mn-O cathodes for Na-ion batteries. will appear in Journal of Materials Chemistry A, and was a nice collaboration with Jonathan Counsell from Kratos Inc looking at 448 compositoins of interest for Na-ion cathodes. Way to go Shipeng, Michel and Antranik! The second article […]
Next week, Sarish and Shipeng are presenting remotely at the Fall meeting of the electrochemical society. Eric will try his hand at a live presentation in a special session in the honor of Claude Delmas.
Our recent collaboration with Prof. Perepichka’s research group looking at a new way to synthesize a variety of COFs has just been accepted to JACS.
Our new article was just accepted by the Canadian Journal of Chemistry. It will be part of a special issue to celebrate McGill’s bicentennial. We show off some cool data being collected in the group and give some important details about our combinatorial methods.
Congratulations Michelle! Best of luck in your new job as a patent examiner!
The McCalla lab’s first paper looking at high-throughput screening of solid electrolytes has just been accepted in Chemistry of Materials. Congratulations Antranik and Michelle!
Congratulations to Alex and Antranik for recently accepted review articles in Materials Advances! The two part review looks at the role of metal substitutions in the development of Li batteries: part 1 and part 2.