Yang Shao-Horn




Yang Shao-Horn studies materials for electrochemical and photoelectrochemical energy storage and conversion, which is centered on examining the influence of surface chemistry and electronic structures of thin films and nanomaterials on lithium storage and catalytic activity of small molecules of energy consequence, and applying fundamental understanding in reaction mechanisms to design new materials for lithium storage and electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction, water splitting, methanol oxidation and CO2 reduction.

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New materials improve oxygen catalysis
Professor Yang Shao-Horn performs research that will lead to new catalyzing materials for batteries.
September 19, 2013
Maximizing oxygen reduction July 23, 2013
Observing real-time charging of lithium-air batteries
A team of researchers including Professor Carl Thompson, Professor Yang Shao-Horn, and Robert Mitchell PhD have used transmission electron microscope imaging to reveal what happens during chariung
May 13, 2013
Research in lithium-air batteries
New research from Professor Yang Shao-Horn reveals the fundamental reactions behind advanced battery technology, by advanced imaging method, and could lead to improved materials.
October 9, 2012
Highly Efficient Oxygen Catalyst
October 28, 2011
News Office coverage of Energy Research at MIT
Power UP, a series of articles on energy research at MIT, mentions DMSE researchers performing work on sola
October 27, 2011
Prof. Yang Shao-Horn Explores the Surfaces of Nanomaterials September 22, 2011
MIT battery breakthrough August 19, 2011
Nanofiber arrays dramatically boost batteries' energy storage July 26, 2011