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Emerging Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

  • ID: 4540025
  • Book
  • August 2018
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Emerging Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage presents the state-of-art of emerging materials for energy conversion technologies (solar cells and fuel cells) and energy storage technologies (batteries, supercapacitors and hydrogen storage). The book is organized into five primary sections, each with three chapters authored by worldwide experts in the fields of materials science, physics, chemistry and engineering. It covers the fundamentals, functionalities, challenges and prospects of different classes of emerging materials, such as wide bandgap semiconductors, oxides, carbon-based nanostructures, advanced ceramics, chalcogenide nanostructures, and flexible organic electronics nanomaterials.

The book is an important reference for students and researchers (from academics, but also industry) interested in understanding the properties of emerging materials.

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Part 1: Emerging materials for dye-sensitized solar cells and thermoelectrics 1. SnTe: Structure, Synthesis and Thermoelectric properties 2. Metal Oxide Nanoparticles as Electron Transport Layer in Third Generation Solar Cells

Part 2: Emerging materials for electrochemical applications 3. Exploring the properties and fuel cell applications of atomic layer deposited metal oxide ultrathin films 4. Development, Challenges and Prospects of Carbon-Based Electrode for Lithium Air Batteries

Part 3: Emerging materials for supercapacitors 5. Emerging 2D nanomaterials for supercapacitor applications 6. Prospective Synthesis Approaches to Emerging Materials for Supercapacitors 7. Advances in Flexible supercapacitors for portable and wearable smart gadgets 8. Simple Parallel-Plate Capacitors to High-Energy Density Future Supercapacitors: A Materials Review

Part 4: Emerging materials for multifunctional applications in energy conversion and storage 9. Advanced nanocarbon materials for future energy application

Part 5: Emerging materials for hydrogen storage 10. All-metal and Non-metal Aromatic Clusters as Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide Storage Materials 11. Liquid Phase Chemical Hydrogen Storage: From Recent Developments to Future Objectives 12. Recent progresses on the Mg-Co-H and Mg-Fe-H systems for hydrogen storage applications 13. A systematic approach to the synthesis, thermal stability and hydrogen storage properties of rare earth borohydrides

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Kuan Yew Cheong Professor, School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Universiti Sains, Malaysia.

As a passionate researcher, educator, trainer, consultant, and Professional Engineer of material science and engineering for more than twenty years, Kuan Yew CHEONG is a full Professor at the School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia. Prof. Cheong served as a Commissioned Senior Scientist at Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (2004, 2006), Adjunct Associate Professor at Multimedia University, Malaysia (2012), Visiting Lecturer at Universiti Malaysia Perlis (2012), Malaysia, Visiting Professor at National Taiwan University (2018), MIMOS Semiconductor Sdn Bhd (2018), and Technical Advisor for NTG Innovation Pte. Ltd., Singapore (January - December 2019). Now, he is an External Examiner for Wawasan Open University (Malaysia), INTI International College Penang (Malaysia), affiliated to Innovation Centre for Clean Water and Sustainable Energy (WISE), National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan (November 2018 to October 2021), Technical Consultant of failure analysis for MIMOS Semiconductor Sdn Bhd (Malaysia), and Editor of "Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing”, Elsevier (since 2015).
Kuan Yew Cheong has published approximate 200 high impact-factor journals, 6 reputable book chapters, 3 edited books, and 1 granted Malaysian Patent (MY-153033-A), which in-line with his research direction of solving environmental and energy related issue through the development of advanced oxide based on wide bandgap semiconductor and exploring the potential of utilizing natural organic materials to produce "all-natural” electronic devices. As a registered Professional Engineer (Board of Engineers, Malaysia), a "Top Research Scientists Malaysia (TRSM) 2013” (Academy of Sciences Malaysia), and a Certified Professional Trainer (Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia), Prof. Cheong has delivered more than 250 technical training courses to various local and multinational industries and has resolved many industrial cases related to processing of electronic materials both wafer and package levels. Currently, Prof. Cheong is a Fellow of The Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), Senior Member of Institute of Electrical, Electronic Engineers (IEEE), a Principle Interviewer for Professional Interview of IEM and Senior Evaluation Panel of Engineering Program Accreditation under Engineering Accreditation Council, Malaysia.
Giuliana Impellizzeri Researcher, Italian National Research Council, Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems (IMM), Italy.

Giuliana Impellizzeri attained her Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Catania in 2004. She is a CNR researcher at the Institute of Microelectronics and Microsystems (IMM) of the National Research Council (CNR) in Italy, a position she has held since November 1, 2004. She leads experimental research focused on materials science and has experience in atomic layer deposition (ALD), molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), ion implantation, and photocatalytic, structural and electrical properties of semiconductor-based materials. Her research activities are mainly focused on nanostructured photocatalytic semiconductors (principally TiO2 and ZnO) for application in water treatment. She also studies the electrical activation and diffusion of dopants in crystalline silicon and germanium, and their interaction with point defects and impurities for future microelectronic devices.
Dr. Impellizzeri is the author of more than 110 papers published in international refereed journals. She is Editor of three Elsevier volumes: Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B 256 (2007); Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 15 (2012); Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 42 (2016). She is overseeing Editor of one Elsevier volume: Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 55, (2016). She is Member of the Board of the Institute for Microelectronics and Mycrosystem (IMM) of the CNR. She is Editor of the Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing journal (Elsevier).
Mariana Amorim Fraga Visiting Professor, Universidade Federal de São Paulo - UNIFESP, Brazil.

Mariana Amorim Fraga is a Visiting Professor at the Universidade Federal de São Paulo - UNIFESP, Brazil. She has published 48 articles in SCI journals, 14 book chapters and 3 edited books. Her research interests are in the materials science and engineering areas, mainly in the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials for the development of sensors, electronic devices and energy technologies She serves as an editorial board member of Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, Smart Materials in Medicine, Materials Research Express and Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering. She is a Senior Member of IEEE and a member of SPIE and ACS.
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