Hui Wang

Asst. Professor, Mechanical Engineering

About

ui Wang, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Louisville. Dr. Wang earned her Ph.D. degree from Michigan Technological University at 2013. After then, she had been a Postdoc research associate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory before she joined University of Louisville at 2016. Dr. Wang’s research focuses on Novel Materials for Renewable Energy Storage and Conversion Systems, such as All-solid-state Batteries, Li-ion Batteries, Na-ion Batteries, as well as Solar Cells. Dr. Wang also has been awarded “Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research Scholarship”, “Doctoral Finishing Fellowships” as well as “China’s Government Award for Outstanding Graduates Abroad”.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Wang teaches materials, energy storage/conversion related courses on both of undergraduate and graduate levels.

Research Interests

Dr. Wang’s research interests focus on novel materials for renewable energy storage and conversion applications, such as all-solid-state batteries, Li-ion battery, Na-ion battery as well as solar cell and photocatlysts. Interested materials include superionic Li-ion or Na-ion conductors, solid electrolytes, cathode and anode materials, graphene and other two-dimensional materials.

We are always looking for highly motivated graduate students to join the group. Please send your CV to hui.wang.1@louisville.edu. Undergraduate students are very welcome to join the group and encouraged to publish their research results. We also welcome motivated visiting PhD students and Scholars to join our group.

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