We develop next-generation electrode materials for rechargeable batteries to enhance their energy density, safety, and fast-rate capability.
We study the phase formation and degradation mechanisms of lead-halide perovskite materials to enable the development of stable solar cells.
We investigate the structural properties of nanostructured catalysts to optimise their design for improved efficiency in heterogeneous catalysis.
We are specialised in wet chemistry methods to prepare materials with mesoporous nanostructures. We are also developing techniques to prepare non-equilibrium phases via battery chemistry.
We perform full-length scale characterisation to obtain comprehensive structural and morphological information about the materials, with an emphasis on probing their atomic structures.
We apply modern techniques that combine data science, structure modelling and computation simulation to combat the analytical challenges in the study of materials' intricate atomic structures.