Student Slam B

Thursday, 5 October 2017: 14:00-17:20
National Harbor 8 (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Chairs:
Koji Suto , John Muldoon and Vito Di Noto
14:00
196
Novel Electrode Materials By Modification Route of Negative Thermal Expansion Materials
J. Liu (University of New South Wales), B. Schulz (UNSW Syndey), and N. Sharma (UNSW Australia)
14:10
197
Hair-Based Flexible All-Solid-State Supercapacitor with Wide Operating Voltage and Ultra-High Rate Capability
W. Liu, K. Feng, G. Lui, R. Tjandra, L. Lim, and A. Yu (University of Waterloo)
14:20
198
Magnesium-Ion Battery-Relevant Electrochemistry of MgMn2O4: Crystallite Size Effects and the Notable Role of Electrolyte Water Content
J. Yin, A. B. Brady, E. S. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University)
14:30
199
Cycle Life Study and Failure Analysis of the Rechargeable Porous Zinc Electrode in Alkaline Electrolyte
M. D'Ambrose, R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York, CUNY Energy Institute), S. Banerjee, G. G. Yadav, D. Turney, J. W. Gallaway, and M. Nyce (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)
14:40
200
Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Lithium Dendrite Growth
A. Jana, S. I. Woo, K. S. Vikrant, and R. E. García (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University)
14:50
201
Intercalation Cathodes for Rechargeable Aluminum-Ion Batteries
A. Jadhav and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York)
15:00
202
Novel Carbon-Based Intercalation Structures for Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries
J. Xu (Chemical Engineering, City College of New York) and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York)
15:20
204
Evaluation on Catalytic Activity of Bi2-XRu2O7-Z Nano-Particles for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution By Titanium Disk Method
Y. Sakurai, K. Kawaguchi (Doshisha University), Y. Hirose, H. Nishiyama, S. Nakanishi, H. Iba (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University)
15:30
Break
16:00
205
Solid State Batteries and the Mechanical Properties of Lithium
A. Masias (University of Michigan, Ford Motor Company) and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan)
16:10
206
Synergistic Effects from Substrate and Electrolytes on Li Deposition
J. A. Lochala, B. Wu (University of Arkansas), T. Tarverne (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), and J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
16:20
207
High-Power, Low-Corrosion Aluminum-Air Battery
B. J. Hopkins and D. P. Hart (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
16:30
208
Long-Cycling Ferrocene/MV Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Battery (AORFB)
B. Hu (Utah State University), C. DeBruler, and T. Liu (Utah State Univeristy)
16:40
209
Iron Phosphate Polyanion Compounds As Anodes for Aqueous Lithium Ion Batteries
E. Paharik, P. Cantwell, and G. Koenig (University of Virginia)
16:50
210
Towards Novel High-Voltage Cathode Polyanionic Materials: Exploration of the Na2Ο–V2O3–P2O5 System
V. M. Kovrugin, F. Chen (LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), J. N. Chotard, R. David (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France), and C. Masquelier (LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne)
17:00
211
Interactions of Nanostructured TiO2 with Nonaqueous Electrolytes for Na-Ion Batteries
K. Smith (Boise State University), R. Parrish (University of Florida), P. Barnes, A. Savva, D. Karsann, C. Deng (Boise State University), E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory), and H. Xiong (Boise State University)
17:10
212
Understanding the Effect of Li Substitution in NaNi0.4Fe0.2Mn0.4O2 Cathode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries
C. Deng (Boise State University), J. Xu, W. Tong (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Liu (Center for Nanoscale Materials), R. Hunt, P. Skinner, and H. Xiong (Boise State University)