We focus on the development of electrochemical energy conversion devices of water electrolysis, CO2 conversion, and fuel cell, which are the core technologies of next-generation clean energy storage/conversion systems based on hydrogen.
The research objective is to synthesize nano electrode materials through a variety of methods, including Electrodeposition, Sputter Deposition, and Chemical Reduction, to maximize energy conversion/storage efficiency. In addition, the manufacturing process of these nanomaterials can extend its application by grafting them into various fields such as thin films, catalysts, and electronic materials.
Kyeong-Rim Yeo, Hoyoung Kim, Kug-Seung Lee, Seongbeen Kim,
Jinwoo Lee*, Haesun Park*, Soo-Kil Kim*
Applied Catalysis B: Environment and Energy