Current Group Members

Support Coordinator
Donnel Johnson, donnel.johnson@mse.gatech.edu; Phone: 404-385-3049

Senior Research Engineer/Scientist

  1. Dr. Yong Ding, yong.ding@mse.gatech.edu; Phone: 404-385-7464
    Advanced Electron Microscopy

  2. Postdoctoral Associates

  3. Yucun Zhou (PhD, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    Electrodes and catalysts for reversible fuel cells
  4. Gyutae Nam (PhD, UNIST, South Korea)
    Catalysts and electrode materials for electrocatalysis
  5. Zhijun Liu (PhD, South China University of Technology)
    Electrodes and catalyst materials for reversible fuel cells
  6. Kishwar Khan (PhD, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
    Elecyto-catalysis and lithium ion batteries
  7. Doyeub Kim (PhD, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
    Novel materials for reversible solid oxide fuel cells
  8. Chanho Kim (PhD, Hanyang University, South Korea)
    Novel electrode for reversible fuel cells, Anode material for all-solid-state batteries

  9. Visiting Scholars

  10. Dr. Melike Sevim , Atat?rk University, Turkey
    2-D materials and electrocatalysis

  11. PhD Students

  12. Nick Kane (BS, Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Fabrication and charcterization of thin film for surface modification/electrocatalysis
  13. Weilin Zhang (BS, Dalian University of Technology)
    Development of novel materials for low-temperature solid oxide fuel cells
  14. Zheyu Luo (BS, Arizona State University)
    Proton conductors and Raman spectroscopy
  15. Weining Wang (MS, Georgia Tech)
    Materials for flow batteries and fuel cells
  16. Xueyu Hu (BS and MS, University of Science and Technology of China)
    Experimental and computational study of new materials for fuel cells
  17. Yoojin Ahn (BS, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
    Development of electrode materials for high-power lithium batteries
  18. Jie Hou (BS, Delaware State University)
    Anode and catalyst materials for portable fuel cells
  19. Humphrey Lin (BS, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
    Proton conductors for electrolyzers

  20. MS Students

  21. Conor Evans (BS, Clemson University)
    Proton conductors and Raman spectroscopy
  22. Nikhil Govindarajan (BS, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India)
    Materials for fuel cells
  23. Shineui Hwang (BS, Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Development of anode material for high-power lithium ion batteries

  24. Visiting Ph.D. Students

  25. Tongtong Li (Northeast University), Electrode Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries

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Alumni

Former graduate & postdoctoral advisees hold faculty positions at research universities in the US, Australia, South Korea, Span, and China

  1. Dr. Jaephil Cho , Professor and Dean, Interdisciplinary School of Green Energy, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea
  2. Dr. Changrong Xia , Professor, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China
  3. Dr. Fanglin Chen , Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, USA
  4. Dr. QiHui Wu , Professor, Department of Chemistry, Quanzhou Normal University, China
  5. Dr. Heon-Cheol Shin , Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, Pusan National University, South Korea
  6. Dr. JengHan Wang , Professor, Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  7. Dr. Andreu Cabot Faculty, Departament Electronica, Universitat de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
  8. Dr. David Mebane , Assistant Professor, University of West Virginia, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
  9. Dr. Zhe Cheng , Assistant Professor, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA
  10. Dr. Min-Kyu Song , Assistant Professor, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA
  11. Dr. Ze Liu , Associate Professor, China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing, China
  12. Dr. Yong Liu , Assistant Professor, Henan University of Science and Technology, Zhengzhou, China
  13. Dr. Xingbao Zhu , Associate Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
  14. Dr. Xiaobing Zhu , Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China
  15. Dr. Min Gao , Associate Professor, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xian, China
  16. Dr. Shuang Cheng , Associate Professor, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  17. Dr. Zhihong Wang , Assistant Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
  18. Dr. Lifang Nie , Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science and Enegineering, Tianjin University of Technology
  19. Dr. Xunhui Xong , Professor, New Energy Research Institute, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  20. Dr. Yunfei Bu , Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China
  21. Dr. Liang Huang , Assistant Professor, Hua-Zhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China
  22. Dr. Tao Wei , Professor, Department of Materials Science and Enegineering, Jinan University, Shandong, China
  23. Dr. Haibin Sun , Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science and Enegineering, Shandong University of Science and Technology, China
  24. Dr. Qiaobao Zhang , Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science and Enegineering, Xiamen University
  25. Dr. Dang Dai , Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Enegineering, Guangdong University of Technology
  26. Dr. Shuge Dai , Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Zhengzhou University
  27. Dr. Wenping Sun , Assistant Professor, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
  28. Dr. YongMan Choi , Professor, College of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
  29. Dr. Yu Chen , Professor, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  30. Dr. Ikwhang Chang , Assistant Professor, Kuangzhou University, South Korea
  31. Dr. Hao Hu , Assistant Professor, Henan University of Science and Technology, Zhengzhou, China
  32. Dr. Bote Zhao , Professor, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China

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List of Former Postdoctoral Associates

  1. Xin Qian (PhD, Northwestern University) 3/2021 - 12/2021
    Electrolyte and electrodes materials for reversible fuel cells
  2. Dr. Bote Zhao (PhD, Nanjing Tech University), 9/2014 - 5/2021
    Synthesis and characterization of novel materials for batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors
  3. Dr. Yu Chen (PhD, University of South Carolina), 9/2014 - 6/2019
    Novel materials and structures for energy storage and conversion
  4. Dr. Seongoung Yoo (PhD, Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea),1/2016-4/2018
    Electrodes for fuel cells, mixed conducting membranes for gas separation
  5. Dr. Ikwhang Chang (PhD, Seoul National University), 11/2016-11/2017
    Thin filmes, surface modification, nanostructured devices
  6. Dr. Tao Wei (PhD, Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
    Solid electrolyte and electrode materials for low temperature SOFCs
    Current Position: Professor, Jinan University, Shandong, China
  7. Dr. Dong Ding (PhD, University of Science and Technology of China), 1/2010-10/2014
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Redox Box, Maryland
  8. Dr. Mingyang Gong (PhD, West Virginia University): 1/2013 - 5/2014
    Kinetic modeling; Electrode material for low temperature SOFCs
  9. Dr. Jung-Pil Lee (PhD, Gwangju Insititute of Science and Technology); 2/2012-2/2014
    Current Position: Research Scientist, LG Chemicals, South Korea
  10. Dr. Mingfei Liu (PhD, University of Science and Technology of China); 8/2008-3/2013
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Phillips 66 Research Center
  11. Dr. Shucheng Xu (PhD, Chinese Academy of Sciences); 5/2010-4/2011
  12. Dr. Jong-Jin Choi (PhD, Seoul National University, South Korea), 11/2009-11/2010
    Current Position: Functional Ceramics Group, Korea Institute of Materials Science
  13. Dr. Wentao Qin (PhD, University of Missouri-Rolla), 7/2009-10/2010
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Microanalysis of surface and interfaces
  14. Dr. YongMan Choi (PhD, Physical Chemistry, Emory University), 9/2004 - 8/2007;
    Current Position: Brookhaven National Laboratory
  15. Dr. Shizhong Wang (PhD, DICP, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1998), 2/32007-2008;
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, GE Global Research, Shanghai, China.
  16. Dr. Xiaobing Zhu (PhD, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China); 1/2007-12/2007;
    Current Position: Research Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Houston
  17. Dr. JengHan Wang (PhD, Physical Chemistry, Emory University ); 9/2005-8/2007;
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Applied Chemistry, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
  18. Dr. Jian Dong (PhD, Tsinghua University, China ); 10/2003-7/2006 ;
    Current Position: NanoDynamics, Inc., NY
  19. Dr. Shaowu Zha (PhD, University of Science and Technology of China); 9/2003- 8/2006;
    Current Position: Senior Engineer, Adaptive Materials Inc., MI
  20. Dr. Yiqing Wang, Synthesis of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes, 2006
  21. Dr. Siwen Li (PhD, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China); 9/2002-9/2006
  22. Dr. Laxmidhar Besra (PhD, Indian Institute of Technology , India ); 1/1/04-1/15/05, Nanostructured Ceramic Membranes, Films, and Coatings
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, Regional Research Laboratory, CSIR, India
  23. Dr. Heon-Cheol Shin ( PhD , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea ); 1/1/00-8/16/03, Nanostructured Electrodes for Lithium Batteries
    Current Position: Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, Pusan National University, Korea
  24. Dr. QiHui Wu (PhD, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany); 5/03-5/04, In situ FTIR/Raman micro-spectroscopy
    Current Position: Professor, Quanzhou Normal University, China
  25. Dr. William L. Rauch (PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology); 1/03-5/04 , Novel Solid-State Electrochemical Devices and Fabrication Processes
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, Johnson Research and Development Co., Inc., GA
  26. Dr. Jessica Bartling (PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology)
    1/02-9/02, Electrochemical Removal of H2S
  27. Dr. Changrong Xia (PhD, University of Science and Technology of China, China); 5/00-9/02, Development of new materials and novel processes for fabrication of SOFCs
    Current Position: Professor, Dept of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China
  28. Dr. Qin Zhong (PhD, University of Science and Technology - Changsha, China ); 12/00-4/02, Fabrication of transparent conducting metal oxides for optical applications
    Current Position: Professor, University of Science and Technology - Changsha, China
  29. Dr. Zhong Shi (Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, Wuhan University, China); 2/98-4/01, Development of New Materials for Lithium Batteries
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Compact Power, Inc., Monument, CO
  30. Dr. Shizhong Wang (Ph.D., Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1998); 2/99-4/00, Electrochemical Characterization of Electrode Materials for SOFCs and H2S Membrane Separator
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Xiaman University
  31. Dr. Z. Y. Peng (Ph.D., Chemistry, Jilin University, China); 2/98-12/99, Thin-film Oxygen Sensor and Mesoporous Materials
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Guilderland , NY 122084
  32. Dr. Jaephil Cho (Ph.D., MSE, Iowa State University); 8/95-12/96, Glass-Polymer Composite Electrolytes
    Current Position: Professor and Dean, School of Green Energy, UNIST, Korea
  33. Dr. H. X. Hu (Ph.D., MSE, Penn. State University); , 1/94-3/96: Characterization of electro-ceramics
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Nano-materials, Inc., Tucson , AZ 85741
  34. Dr. David S. Wang (Ph.D., MSE, Penn. State University); 2/93-1/94, Sol-gel processing of ceramic thin films
    Current Position: Senior Research Scientist, Corning Inc., Corning , NY 14831
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List of Former Ph.D. Students

  1. Lei Zhang (MS, Penn State University)
    Computational materials science; Rational design of new materials
    Current Position: Postdoc, Carnegie Mellon University
  2. Ryan Murphy (PhD, Summer 2019)
    Electrolyte and electrode materials for fuel cells based on proton conductors
    Current Position: Research Engineer, HP
  3. Ali Abdelhafiz (PhD, Summer 2019)
    Nanostructured electrocatalysts for fuel cells ,br> Current Position: Postdoc, MIT
  4. Ben deGlee (PhD, Spring 2019)
    Development of electro-catalysts for efficient utilization of methane in SOFCs
    Current Position: Research Engineer, Intel
  5. Jun Hyuk Kim (PhD, Fall 2018)
    Investigation into mechanism of sulfur poisoning of SOFC anodes using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy
    Current Position: Postdoc, Seoul National University
  6. Brian Doyle (PhD, Fall 2017)
    Electrolyte and electrode materials for intermediate temperature SOFCs
  7. Current Position: Research Engineer
  8. Dongchang Chen (PhD, Spring 2017)
    Current Position: Assitant Professor, University of New Mexico
  9. Gordon Waller (PhD, Spring 2016)
    Theis Title: Nano-fibers and surface-modified materials for lithium batteries
    Current Position: Research Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, U.S.Navy, Washington DC
  10. Ben Rainwater (PhD, Spring 2016)
    Theis Title: Enhanced ionic transport in nanostructured materials for energy storage and conversion
    Current Position: Engineer, Brown Engineers, LLC, Little Rock, Arkansas
  11. Samson Lai (PhD, Fall 2015)
    Theis Title: In situ/Operando Characterization of Electrode Materials using X-ray Spectroscopies and Scattering
    Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Energy Technology, Kjeller, Akershus, Norway
  12. Xiaxi Li (PhD, Summer 2014)
    Theis Title: In situ Characterization of Electrode Materials using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
    Current Position: Research Scientist, GE Global Research Center - Shanghai
  13. Kevin Blinn (PhD, Fall 2012)
    Theis Title: Investigation of Electrode Surfaces in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Raman Mapping and Enhance
    Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, Rutgers University
  14. Min-Kyu Song (PhD, Fall 2011)
    Thesis Title: Synthesis and Characterization of Nanostructured, Mixed- Valent Compounds for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices
    Current Position: Assistant Professor, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA
  15. Matthew Lynch (PhD, Fall 2011)
    Thesis Title: Modeling, simulation, and rational design of porous solid oxide fuel cell cathodes
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, United Technologies Research Center, CT
  16. Lei Yang (PhD, Spring 2011) Thesis Title: Fundamental Investigations into Novel Sulfur-Tolerant Anode Materials for SOFCs
    Placement: Research Scientist, ConocoPhilips, OH
    Accepted an faculty position in the US, September 2012
  17. Harry Abernathy (PhD, Summer 2008)
    Thesis Title: Characterization of Electrode Materials in SOFCs Using in situ FTIR/Raman Micro-Spectroscopy
    Current Position: Research Scientist, National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE-NETL), WV
  18. Dr. Zhe Cheng (PhD, Spring 2008)
    Thesis Title: Fundamental Investigations into Novel Sulfur-Tolerant Anode Materials for SOFCs
    Current Position: Assistant Professor, Florida International University
  19. David Mebane (PhD, Winter 2007)
    Current Position: Assistant Professor, University of West Virginia
  20. Songho Choi (PhD, Winter 2007)
    Current Position: Director, Energy Research and Development, Comico Inc., Korea
  21. Robert Williams, Jr. (PhD, Summer 2007)
    Thesis Title: Simulation and Characterization of Cathode Reactions in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
    Current Position: The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Georgia
  22. Zhen Zhou (PhD, Spring 2007)
    Thesis Title: Development of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells to be Operated at High Temperature and Low Humidity
    Current Position: Research Engineer, Chevron, California
  23. Chuck Compson (PhD, Spring 2007)
    Thesis Title: Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Novel Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
    Current Position: Applications and Market Development Manager, Almatis
  24. Chengdong Zuo (PhD, Winter 2006)
    Thesis Title: Doping and Defect Structure of Mixed-Conducting Ceramics for Gas Separation
    Current Position: Research Engineer, NanoDynamics, Inc., NY
  25. Yuelan Zhang (PhD, Summer 2006)
    Thesis Title: Synthesis and Characterization of Nanostructured Electrodes for Solid State Ionic Devices
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Schlumberger Research Center, MA
  26. Erik Koep (PhD, Spring 2006)
    Thesis Title: A Quantitative Determination of Electrode Kinetics Using Micropatterned Electrodes
    Current Position: Research Professor, Spain
  27. Ying Liu (PhD, Fall 2005)
    Thesis Title: Fabrication of Nanostructured Electrodes Using Combustion CVD
    Current Position: Research Engineer, General Electric, Torrance , California 90504
  28. Luis Aguilar (PhD, Spring 2005)
    Current Position: Research Engineer, BP Exploration & Production Technology
  29. Allen Burke (PhD, Spring 2003)
    Thesis Title: Electrochemical Removal of H2S from Syn-Gas
    Current Position: Research Scientist, Naval Research Lab
  30. Xinyu Lu (PhD, Fall 2002)
    Thesis Title: In-situ Investigations of Solid-Gas Interfaces in SOFCs using IR Spectroscopy
    Current Position: Senior Research Engineer, NRCRC, University of California - Irvine, California
  31. William Rauch (PhD, Fall 2002)
    Thesis Title: Synthesis and Characterization of Perm-selective Membranes for Gas Sensors
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, Johnson Research and Development Co., Inc., GA
  32. Gong Zhang (PhD, Spring 2002)
    Thesis Title: Modeling and Characterization of Ceramic Membranes for Gas Separation
    Current Position: Research Scientist, UTC Fuel Cells, South Windsor , CT 06074
  33. Fanglin Chen (PhD, Summer 2001)
    Thesis Title: Synthesis of Nanostructured Materials for Electrochemical and Catalytic Applications
    Current Position: Professor, University of South Carolina , SC
  34. Jie Guan (PhD, Spring 1998)
    Thesis Title: Ceramic Membranes of Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductors for Hydrogen Separation
    Current Position: Technical Leader, SOFC Materials, General Electric, Torrance , California 90504
  35. Zhonglin Wu (PhD, Spring 1997)
    Thesis Title: Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductors as Electrodes for Barium Cerate-Based Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, Eltron Research, Inc., Boulder , CO 80301
  36. Vishal Agarwal (PhD, Summer 1997)
    Thesis Title: Sol-Gel Processing of Barium Cerate-Based Electrolyte Films on Porous Substrates
    Current Position: Senior Engineer, SOFC, General Electric, Torrance , California 90504
  37. Yousheng Shen (PhD, Spring 1994)
    Thesis Title: Structure, Defects, and Transport Properties of Bi2O3-based Mixed Ionic-Electroni Conductors
    Current Position: Senior Scientist, Atwood Industries, Salt Lake City , UT 84124
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    List of Former Joint PhD Students

  39. Yinghua Niu (Northwest University of Science and Technology), Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  40. Xiang Ao (Hua-Zhong University of Science and Technology), Preparation and Characterization of Electrocatalysts
  41. Mingyu Li (Dalian University of Technology), Preparation and Characterization of Electrocatalysts
  42. Xuejiao Li (Shanghai University), Modeling and Simulation of Batteries and Fuel Cells
  43. Hao Hu (Central South Normal University), Novel Materials for Li-ion Batteries and Supercapacitors
  44. Kai Pei (Jilin University), Cathide Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  45. Xiang Deng (Nanjing Technical University), Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cells; 3/2017-3/2018
  46. Dang Dai (South China Univeristy of Technology), Electrocatalysts for ORR/OER and intermediate temperature fuel cells
  47. Shuge Dai (Chongqing University), Novel materials for high-performance supercapacitors
  48. Chong Qu (BS, Nanjing University)
    GT-PKU Program, Nanostructured electrodes for Li-ion batteries
  49. Haibin Sun (Sandong Univeristy), Fabrication of nanostructured electrolyte and electrodes; 8/2014-3/2016
  50. Qiaobao Zhang (City University of Hong Kong), Nanostructured materials for high-performance supercapacitors; 6/15-1/16
  51. Dongxing Zhen (Dalian Univeristy of Technology), Electrocatalysts for ORR and OER in fuel cells and metal-air batteries; 11/15-11/16
  52. Xunhui Xong (Central South University), Synthesis and characaterization of nanomaterials for fuel cells; 10/2013-3/2015
    Associate Professor, New Energy Research Institute, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  53. Yunfei Bu (Nanjing University of Science and Technology), Development of SOFC cathodes; 11/2013-3/2015
  54. Liang Huang (Lanzhou University), Nanostructured materials for supercapacitors, 7/2012-9/2013
    Assistant Professor, Hua-Zhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China
  55. Zhangbo Liu, University of Science and Technology of China:co-advisor: Prof. C. R. Xia, Synthesis of nanomaterials for SOFCs; 8/2011-2/2013
  56. Wenping Sun , University of Science and Technology of China; co-advisor: Prof. Wei Liu, Mixed conducting membranes for gas separation; 8/2011-11/2012
  57. Shuang Cheng (Lanzhou University), China; Nanostructured electrodes for supercapacitors; 2010-2012
    Associate Professor, New Energy Research Institute, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  58. Zhihong Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology; co-advisor: Prof. X. Lu), Characterization of Proton COnductors for SOFCs; 2011-2012
    Assistant Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  59. Xingbao Zhu (Harbin Institute of Technology; co-advisor: Prof. Z. Lu), Electrode modification by solution infiltration; 2010-2011
    Associate Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  60. Yaohui Bai, South China University of Technology; co-advisor: Prof. J. Liu; Development of cathode materials for SOFCs; 2010-2011
  61. Yong Liu (Tianjin University, China; co-advisor: Prof. Tang), Solid electrolytes for fuel cells and Li ion batteries; 2010-2011
    Assistant Professor, Henan Institute of Science and Technology, China
  62. Changcheng Chen , Lanzhou University, China; co-advisor: Prof. E. Q. Xie, Fabrication of single cells; 2010-2011
  63. Dan Zhao, DICP, Chinese Academy of Sciences; co-advisor: Prof. B. L. YI, Development of PEMs; 2009-2010
  64. Lifang Nie , Shandong University, China; co-advisor: Prof. Y. J. Zhang, Development of new cathode materials; 2008-2010
  65. Harry Huang, Central South University, China; co-advisor: Prof. K. L. Huang, Solid electrolyte for Li ion batteries; 2008-2009
  66. Ze Liu , China University of Mining and Technology; co-advisor: Prof. M. F. Han, Fabricaiton and characterization of materials for SOFCs; 2007-2009
    Associate Professor, China University of Mining and Technology

List of Former M.S. Students

1. Nedwin Asuncion (1994)
2. Shantanu Namjoshi (MS, 1995)
3. Kathryne Mulvaney (MS, 1995)
4. William Rauch (MS, 1996)
5. Gong Zhang (MS, 1998)
6. Robert Williams (MS, 2003)
7. Rupak Das (MS, 2006)
8. John W. Bennett (MS, 2007)
9. Xiaoyuan Lou (MS, 2008)
10. Ben Rainwater (MS, Spring 2012)
11. Cynthia Cromer (MS, Spring 2013)
12. Sophia Shi Feng (MS, Summer 2013)
13. Tim Lin (BS/MS, Fall 2016)
14. Yuchen Liu (MS, Spring 22019); Process Engineer, Intel

List of Former Undergraduate Students

1. William Wellborn, Fabrication and Testing of Fuel Cell Components, 2001
2. Kristine Mohone, Georgia Tech, SURF Fellow, summer 1999
3. Charles Composon, Alfred University, SURF Fellow, summer 2001
4. Tom Beechem, University of Dayton, SURF Fellow, 2002
5. Ashley Moore, Preparation of Materials Using GNP, 2002-2003
6. Dan Maiorano, Rutgers University, SURF Fellow, 2003
7. Yufen Shi, Georgia Tech, Exploration of Microbial Fuel Cells
8. Philip Tsang, Carnegie Mellon University, SURF Fellow, 2004
9. Kevin S. Blinn, Rutgers University, SURF Fellow, 2005
10. Dana Witbeck, Georgia Tech, Characterization of Composite Electrodes
11. Johnny Brown, Georgia Tech, New Electrode Materials for Li-Air Batteries
12. Vincent Wu, UC Berkeley, SURF Fellow, Summer 2011, Materials for SOFCs
13. Stephanie Marzen, MIT, SURF Fellow, Summer 2012, Materials for supercapacitors
14. Georges Nassif (Georgia Tech); Modeling of SOFC cathode
15. Teng Sun (MSE, Georgia Tech); Modeling of electrode materials
16. Jiawei Xu (MSE, Georgia Tech); Preparatioin and testing of materials
17. Nick Kane (Junior, MSE, Georgia Tech), New materials for Li ion batteries
18. Luchen Liu (Senior, ChBE, Georgia Tech); Modeling of SOFC cathode
19. Buyun Liang (MSE, Nanjing University), Nanomaterials for batteries and fuel cells
20. Alexander Karius (ChBE, Georgia Tech); 2016-2017, Synthesis and characterization of materials for fuel cells
21. Matthew Kuner (MSE, Georgia Tech); Fall 2018, Preparation of nanomaterials for energy storage
22. Bryce Zelazoski (Charles R. Drew Charter School), Synthesis of electrode materials for lithium batteries

List of Former Visiting Professors

1. Prof. Jaephil Cho , Kumoh National Institute of Technology , Korea, 2000
2. Prof. Jiang Liu, Jilin University, China, 2000
3. Prof. Woo-Hyeon Hwang, Seoul National University, Korea, 2002-2003
4. Prof. Goo-Dae Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea , 2006
5. Prof. Jiangying Peng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2007
8. Prof. Huiping Li, Zhengzhou University , China, 2008
7. Prof. Dongbo Zhang, North China Electric Power University, China, 2008
8. Prof. Guohui Yuan, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 2009
9. Prof. Yu-Jun Zhang, Shandong University, China, 2010
10. Prof. Jinhuan Li, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2010
11. Prof. Gang Chen, Xian Jiao-Tong University, 2011
12. Prof. Yingcui Fang, Hefei University of Technology, 2011
13. Prof. Xifeng Ding, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 7/2012-7/2013
14. Prof. Rong Yang, Xi'an University of Technology, 9/2012-9/2013
15. Prof. Yangping Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 9/2012-9/2013
16. Prof. Yong Qin, Changzhou University, Changzhou, 3/2013-2/2014
17. Prof. Renzong Hu, South China University of Technology, China, 11/2014-11/2015
18. Prof. Yongjing Shi, China, Chongqing University of Technology, 6/2014 - 5/2015
19. Prof. Chengxin Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China, 12/2014 - 12/2015
20. Prof. Heon Cheol SHIN, Pusan National University, South Korea, 9/2015 - 9/2016
21. Prof. Jianwei FU, Zhengzhou University, China, 8/2015 - 8/2016
22. Prof. Ruiqiang YAN, Taizhou University, China, 8/2015 - 8/2016
23. Prof. Han Xu, Xi'an Jiaotong University, 8/2016 - 8/2017
24. Prof. Jianhuang Zeng, South China Univrsity of Technology, 9/2016 - 9/2017
25. Prof. Leiming Lang, Nanjing Xiaozhuang University, 5/2017-5/2018
26. Prof. Wei Yuan, South China Univrsity of Technology, 8/2017-8/2018
27. Prof. Wenwu Li, Guangdong University of Technology 5/2018-5/2019
28. Prof. Jinwei Chen, Sichuan University 7/2018-7/2019
29. Prof. Jie Zou , Ningbo University, 7/2019-7/2020, Development of chemical sensors
30. Prof. Enzuo Liu, Tianjin University, 9/2019-9/2020, DFT-based modeling and simulatoin
31. Prof. Tao Yuan, University of Shanghai for Science & Technology, 2/2018-6/2021, Synthesis and characterization of electrode materials for lithium batteries
32. Prof. Panpan Jing, Shaanxi University of Science & Technology, 2/2018-7/2021, Development of composite electrodes for batteries

List of Former Visiting Scholars

1. Andreu Cabot, PhD, University of Barcelona, Spain, 2001
2. Dr. Fengzhen Chen, Reforming of Hydrocarbon Fuels, 2004
3. JaeWung Lee, PhD, Seoul National University, South Korea, 2007-2008
4. Min Gao, PhD, Xi'an Jiaotong University; co-advisor: Prof. C. J. Li, 2007-2008
5. Sihyuk Choi, PhD, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea, 2011
6. Hyungmin Park, PhD, Tianjin UNIST, South Korea, 2011
7. Sivaprakash Sengodan, PhD, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, 2012
8. Laura Almarliante, PhD, University of Barcelona, Spain, Mesoporous materials for SOFCs, 2/2013-8/2013
9. Seongoung Yoo, PhD, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, 2014

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