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Electrochemical Engineering Lab Sustainable Energy

Welcome to the Electrochemical Engineering Lab!

Research Vision

My research vision is to develop efficient yet affordable energy storage systems in order to protect the environment.  The efficiency could be related to two concepts: (1) the minimal usage of natural resources to make the system and (2) the minimal usage of energy to accomplish the same task.  In both of the cases, electrochemical model can be very helpful to optimize the design and the usage of the energy.

Group News

August 2019: Boramith gave a poster presentation at the Undergraduate Research Showcase at WSU Vancouver.

July 2019: Prof. Kim has presented an invited seminar at Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (Daejeon, Seoul) in the Department of Thermal Systems.

July 2019: Prof. Kim has presented an invited seminar at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Seoul, Korea) in the Center for Energy Storage Research.

July 2019: Prof. Kim has presented an invited seminar at Chung-Ang University (Seoul, Korea) in the School of Energy System Engineering.

June 2019: Prof. Kim has presented an invited seminar at Romeo Power Technology Inc. in Vernon, CA.

May 2019: Mr. Jonnathan Hammond and Mr. Boramith Phonly joined the research group.

May 2019: Dr. Seung Hyun Chung returned back to Korea to join the Samsung SDI. All the best wishes!

April 2019: Armin gave a poster presentation at the Research Showcase at WSU Vancouver.

January 2019: Mr. Al-Mustasin Abir Hossain has joined the research group.

November 2018: Dr. Seung Hyun Chung has joined the research group as a visiting scholar.

August 2018: Mr. Armin Abbasalinejad has joined the research group.

August 2018: Dr. Sun Ung Kim has joined the Washington State University, Vancouver as an Assistant Professor, effective August 16, 2018.