Kyocera Professor of Ceramics
SB Materials Science and Engineering, MIT, 1980
ScD Ceramics, MIT, 1985
Room 13-4086, 77 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139
Prof. Chiang's research focuses on the design, synthesis, and characterization of advanced inorganic materials and related devices. Current topics include new cathode and anode materials for lithium ion batteries, phase transformations in electroactive materials, electrochemical device design, electrochemical-to-mechanical energy conversion, self-assembling colloids, and the stability and defect chemical properties of interfaces in inorganic materials.
M. Duduta, B.Y. Ho, V.C. Wood, P. Limthongkul, V.E. Brunini, W.C. Carter, Y.-M. Chiang, “Semi-Solid Lithium Rechargeable Flow Battery,” Adv. Energy Mater., 1 511-516 (2011) (DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201100152).
Y.-M. Chiang, “Building a Better Battery,” Science, 330, 1485 (2010). (DOI:10.1126/science.1198591).
Y.-H. Kao, M. Tang, N. Meethong, J. Bai, W.C. Carter, Y.-M. Chiang, “Overpotential-Dependent Phase Transformation Pathways in Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Electrodes,” Chem. Mater., 22, 5845–5855 (2010). (DOI: 10.1021/cm101698b).
W. Woodford, Y.-M. Chiang, and W.C Carter, “Electrochemical Shock of Intercalation Electrodes: A Fracture Mechanics Analysis,” J. Electrochem. Soc., 157 A1052–A1059 (2010), http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/1.3464773.
DMSE faculty participate in t=0
t=0 is a concentrated week jam-packed with innovation and entrepreneurship, hosted by The Martin Center for Entrepreneurship at MIT.
|September 19, 2013|
Award Announcements for Profs. Belcher and Chiang
Congratulations to Professor Angela Belcher, winner of the Boston Museum of Science Walker Prize! The pri
|November 15, 2012|
Technology Review reports on tomorrow's breakthroughs
See this article in Technology Review to learn more about manufacturing in the US.
|December 20, 2011|
Cambridge Crude in Scientific American
The cover story of the Dec.
|December 14, 2011|
|President Hockfield stresses innovation in NGA speech||July 22, 2011|
New advances in battery design
MIT researchers have developed a new technique to recharge batteries more quickly, using an innovative architecture called a semi-solid flow cell, in which solid particles are suspended in a carrie
|June 6, 2011|
New Battery for Cheap Electric Vehicles
See Technology Review to learn about this new start-up from Prof. Yet-Ming Chiang.
|August 16, 2010|
Yet-Ming Chiang on battery manufacturing in U.S.
Prof. Yet-Ming Chiang and A123 were the focus of an article on the challenges of battery manufacturing in the U.S., as opposed to China.
|May 10, 2010|
DMSE faculty receive awards, honors
Prof. Yet-Ming Chiang was named a Fellow of the Materials Research Society.
|March 25, 2010|