Joint Research Development on Metal-Organic Frameworks Functionalised Silicon Anodes for Advanced Energy Storage

Joint Research Development on Metal-Organic Frameworks Functionalised Silicon Anodes for Advanced Energy Storage

Working together to create a step change in higher performance and better safety electrochemical energy storage devices, Professor Matthew Hill, Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering, Monash University and Professor Chee Tong John Low, Associate Professor in WMG, Warwick University will bring together a team of experts to develop next generation of lithium-ion capacitor technology.

The project will research the synthesis and characterisation of MOF-silicon anode materials (Monash), and electrode manufacture, their integration and device testing (Warwick). The team will combine and integrate their technical expertise to solve the materials and manufacturing challenges of electrochemical energy storage devices, enable the team to deepen their knowledge and extend collaboration beyond boundaries.

Principle applicants

Matthew HIll

Professor Matthew Hill

Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, Monash University

John Low

Dr John Low

Associate Professor, Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick

Co-applicants

Dr Mahdokht Shaibani, Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering, Monash University

Dr.Anh Dao, Research Fellow, University of Warwick