Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, 2017-10-19
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"Application oriented development of electrode materials for optimization of capacity in full cell configuration"

Anh Ha Dao / Early Stage Researcher at the Institut de Chimie et des Matériaux de Paris Est, Thiais, France

Working title of thesis

Application oriented development of electrode materials for optimization of capacity in full cell configuration.

Objectives

In CNRS: (1) Collaborate with Nicola Berti to synthesize new anode materials base on Li-N-M-H system and (2) optimize the cell capacity

In UNIGE: Synthesize solid electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries.

In SAFT: (1) Characterize new electrode and electrolyte materials, (2) optimize condition and designation for a full cell

Tasks and methodology

Optimization of full cell performance: new anode materials show significant higher irreversible capacity than standard graphite anodes.

Investigating new additives for Li3N-T-X materials with specific properties, maximizing compensation of the irreversible capacity of new anodes.

Adapting the electrode composition and process for its incorporation and will adjust the amount of additives to optimize the full cell capacity and performance.

Short CV


Education
2011 - 2013
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Republic of Korea
MSc in Chemical Engineering, Advanced Functional Nanomaterial Lab., Dept. of Chemical Engineering
2006 - 2011
Vietnam National University (VNU), Vietnam   
BSc in Chemistry, Lab. Of Environmental Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, College of Science

Publications
2013
Block-Copolymer-Assisted One-Pot Synthesis of Ordered Mesoporous WO 3
x /Carbon Nanocomposites as High-Rate-Performance electrodes for Pseudocapacitors – Advanced
Functional Material –
Adv. Funct. Mater. 2013, 23, 3747–3754

2011
Photocatalyst iron-doping titania on diatomite to degrade dyes in aqueous solution under visible light – Vietnam Journal of Chemistry, Vol 49, No 5AB, 2011.

Posters
April 2013
Ordered mesoporous WOx/C composite as anode material for LIBs –
2013 KIChE Spring Meeting Conference