The evaluation methods of supercapacitors and the performance metrics of various carbonaceous materials (Supercapacitors USA 2013)

Mr Sanliang Zhang, Research Assistant
UC Davis
United States


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Presentation Summary

  • Electrochemical performance of mass-produced graphene nanoplatelets based electrode fabricated by vacuum filtration deposition
  • Crumpled graphene materials produced by hydrogen gas reduction for supercapacitors
  • A comparative study on the supercapacitor evaluation standards among academia and industry

Speaker Biography (Sanliang Zhang)

Sanliang Zhang first joined University of California, Davis in 2010 as an exchange student focusing on the development of novel electrode fabrication method for supercapacitors. He is now a Ph.D. candidate of Biological Systems Engineering working with Prof. Dr. Ning Pan in electrochemical workstation. His current research interests include synthesis and characterization of nanoporous electrodes for supercapacitors, evaluation methods of supercapacitors and theoretical analysis of electric double layer in subnanopores.

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