Composite Materials for Rechargeable Lithium-Sulfur Batteries and Metal-Air Batteries
主讲人：Jiazhao Wang 教授
Jiazhao Wang is a Professorial Fellow at the Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials, University of Wollongong, Australia. Her research activities are focused on electrochemical energy storage in batteries, including Li-ion batteries, Li-Air batteries, Li-S batteries, Na-ion batteries and Lead-acid and supercapacitors.
She has published more 220 papers in international journals (Citations>17000, H index = 71 (谷歌 Scholar, July, 2019). She is first or corresponding author for more than 50% of published papers. She is highly Cited Research of 2018 (Clarivate Analytices, 1% when compared to all other papers published in the same year in the same discipline.).
She has served as co-chair or organization committee member for more than 10 international conferences, as well as symposia and workshops. She has also been invited to deliver more than 60 keynote/invited talks/seminars worldwide. She is a regular referee for more than 60 international prestigious journals. She has been a grant assessor for the Australia Research Council, the Marsden Fund-Royal Society of New Zealand. She has established significant research collaborations with more than 40 national and international universities and institutes.
The rechargeable Li–sulfur and lithium-air batteries currently enjoy great scientific interest because theoretically. Its low active material utilization, however, and poor cycle life are obstructing the application of Li-S batteries. In order to solve these problems, carbon materials and comducting polymers have been studied as the conductive additives by our group for Li-S batteries. Research on the Li-air battery is currently still in the early stages of understanding the basic scientific principles and mechanisms, and there are significant technical challenges confronting the development of advanced materials for Li-air batteries. Metal oxides, transition metal-doped perovskite oxide, Ru porous carbon composite and Pd-based composites have been invested in our group.