Welcome to SEELab


At the Sustainable Electrochemical Energy Lab (SEELab) we focus on fundamental understanding of coupled transport phenomena and reaction kinetics in electrochemical energy-storage and conversion technologies. The group is motivated by the basic science, and aims to resolve technological hurdles to the commercialization of next-generation fuel cells for the transportation sector, as well as grid-storage technologies for sustainable, low-emission energy systems. The SEELab specializes in design of advanced diagnostics, material development, and characterization along with computational modeling of electrochemical energy systems.

The interdisciplinary nature of the energy technologies combines the team of researchers interested in heat and mass transport, material design, and electrochemisty–spanning the disciplines of mechanical and chemical engineering, material science, and computational modeling.