Dr. Wang is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at UMD. His research interests are advanced materials for fuel cells, rechargeable batteries, and supercapacitors. He has published over 93 papers in peer-reviewed journals. His research has been cited more than 2150 times and has an H-index of 26.
His work on solvent-free composite PEO-ceramic fiber/mat electrolytes for lithium batteries was featured as a promising battery technology in the November 2006 edition of the NASA Tech Brief. He is collaborating with Prof. James Culver at the Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research and Prof. Reza Ghodssi in the ECE Department to develop a novel, three-dimensional tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) assembled electrodes for Li-ion batteries. The Virus enabled electrodes have been highlighted on the US News, the DOE website, USNBC, Discovery, and many other news outlets in the U.S. and Europe in 2011.
He also advising an undergraduate Chem-E Car team which took first place at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (AIChE) mid-Atlantic Regional Conference's Chem-E Car Competition in 2011.
His publications, citations and H-index can be viewed by clicking Researcher ID
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