Ming received DOE Early Career Award

Our project supported by the DOE Early Career Award officially kicked off. The project aims to obtain a mechanistic understanding of how a group of metals (zinc and alkali elements) with relevance to batteries develop unstable growth morphology during the electrodeposition process, a process important for the function of batteries. Many thanks to DOE BES for supporting this fundamental research.


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  • Congrats to all the team!
    It was great to be part of Dr. Tang’s team during the Summer, looking forward next Summer to continue with this excellent work.

    Keep it up!


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