Xiong Group (2017)
Xiong Group (2016)
Xiong Group (2015)
Xiong Group (2014)
Xiong Group (2013)
Haoyu has recently completed her Ph.D. degree in Chemistry at University of Idaho, under supervision of Dr. I. Francis Cheng. Now she works as a Post-Doc in Material Science and Engineering department at Boise State University. Her research focused on developing carbon based energy storage devices, such as ultracapacitor, Vanadium Redox Flow Battery (VRFB), and carbon based chemical sensors. Now she is working on understanding the solid state interphase at carbon anode materials in Lithium/Sodium Ion Batteries with EC-AFM and SECM; simulating/modeling the chemisorption/electrochemistry on graphite/graphene and exploring cathode material.
Changjian graduated from East China University of Science and Technology with a B.E. majoring in Chemical Engineering. He came to the Boise from China in 2014. His research interests are to design and prepare nanomaterials for sodium and lithium ion batteries. In spare time, he likes to watch video games and movies.
Pete graduated from Boise State University in Chemistry. He joined the group in 2015. Pete's research focuses on understanding electrode surface chemistry and electrode/electrolyte interface in sodium-ion batteries and synthesis of defect-driven electrode mater-ials.
Eric received his B.S in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Arizona in 2016. He then came to Boise to work at Micron Technology for several years in photomask Wet Process Engineering before joining the EEML. Eric's research focuses on understanding how intergrown phases affect the stability and performance of sodium ion battery cathode materials. Outside of the lab, Eric spends his time with his wife and pets - cooking, watching movies, hiking, and playing video games.
Michael is a new graduate student in the Materials Science and Engineering program here at BSU. His background is primarily centered around metals and polymers, with experience in both industry and research settings. He is hoping to use all of his materials knowledge in the aerospace industry, to help humans return back to the moon and go even further onto Mars. His current project is related to the development of an electrochemical sensor for in-pile instrumentation of nuclear reactors. When he is not working or studying, he enjoys scuba diving, running, reading, and making memories with friends!
Paige is a sophomore at Boise State majoring in materials science engineering and minoring in physics. Paige began working in the lab in the spring of 2017 and her research focuses on synthesis of functional electrode materials for sodium-ion batteries.
|Chris is a Sophomore in Material Science and Engineering department. His research focuses on anode materials for rechargeable batteries and electrolyte systems for sodium ion batteries. When he is not studying or researching he enjoys traveling, and backpacking.|
|Kiev is a Sophomore in Material Science and Engineering department at Boise State University. His research in EEML involves electrochemical synthesis of nanoarchitectured electrode materials. When he is not studying, he enjoys spending time kayaking on the many rivers Idaho has to offer, playing chess and riding his snowboard at Bogus Basin. He has done a lot of interesting things in his life, including acquiring his commercial helicopter pilots license and exploring wild rivers around the western United States.|
|Sam is a senior at North Carolina State University, majoring in Materials Science and Engineering, but came to Boise State University for the REU program in the summer of 2018. His research focus was nanostructured metal oxides for electrodes in sodium ion batteries. Outside of materials research and learning about science, Sam enjoys playing the bassoon, reading sci fi/fantasy, and cooking from scratch.|
|Quinn is a senior at Boise High School. Her research focuses on the development of safe high performance electrolytes for sodium ion batteries. She is a devoted animal lover and spends her spare time with horses and dogs.|
|Kassi Smith (Ph. D. student)||2014 - 2018||NIST|
|Andreas Savva (MS student)||2016 - 2018||NOHMS|
|Sterling Croft||2017-2018||Applied Materials|
|Andy Lau||2015-2018||CSE, PhD student, BSU|
|Riley Hunt||2014 -2017||Good Superfoods LLC|
|Devan Karsann||2015 - 2017||CSE, BSU|
|Bethany Williford||2015 - 2016||Micron|
|Ainsley St. Clair (REU)||2016|
|John Lewis (REU)||2016||PhD student, MSE, Georgia Tech|
|Ricardo Torsi||2016||MSE, BSU|
|Riley Parrish (MSE undergraduate)||2013 - 2015||PhD student, MSE @ U. of Florida|
|Jayson Mok (ECE undergraduate)||2013 - 2015||Micron|
|Michael Dahl (Visiting student from UC-Riverside)||2015|
|Amaris Rodriguez (REU)||2015||Francis U.|
|Andreas Savva (REU)||2015||NJIT|
|Lance Patten||2015||MSE, BSU|
|Richard Cutler (MS student)||2012 - 2015||WesTech Engineering|
|Hariank Mistry (high school student)||2014||Treasure Valley Math and Science Center|
|Aaron Forde (REU)||2014||UWStout|
|Michael Reinisch (REU)||2014||U. Arkansas|
|Bethany Williford (high school student)||2014||MSE undergraduate student at BSU|
|Cullen Hapner (MSE undergraduate)||2014||BSU|
|Carl Barcroft (ECE undergraduate)||2013||BSU|
|Joshua Huether (MSE ME student)||2013||Plexus Manufacturing Solutions|