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Molecular engineering for sustainable energy applications

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This talk will overview a new university initiative whose overarching goal is to develop new materials for sustainable energy applications via molecular engineering. This expressly notions product design at the molecular scale, embracing rational molecular design concepts to tailor a material to meet a specific need in device technology. Our “design-to-device” approach uses a wide variety of experimental, computational and data science techniques to realize this goal. This includes X–ray and neutron diffraction and spectroscopy, electrochemistry, density-functional theory and large-scale data-mining.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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