[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT180100705]
Researchers Dr Hao Liu
Brief description This project aims to address the limitation of current energy storage technologies though the development of functional carbon-based materials for the next generation of energy storage systems with high capacity, high energy/power density, excellent retention and low cost. The progress of energy storage technology plays a critical role in the development of portable devices in daily life. This project will synthesise a series of carbon-based composites via an electrospinning method, and their properties will be assessed and characterised as electrode materials for high performance energy storage devices.
Funding Amount $733,125
Funding Scheme Future Fellowships