Yicheng Zhang is a postdoctoral researcher in the Materials Science Center at NREL. He is interested in developments of cathode, anode, and electrolyte materials for lithium-ion batteries. He also has the expertise in inorganic material synthesis and characterization. His recent research focus is on low-cobalt monoxide battery materials.
He earned his doctorate in material science and engineering from Binghamton University, advised by Professor M. Stanley Whittingham.
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Cathode, anode, and electrolyte developments in lithium-ion batteries
Energy storage material synthesis and characterization
Ph.D., Material Science and Engineering, Binghamton University
B.S., Physics, New Mexico State University
Postdoctoral Researcher, NREL (2020–present)
Graduate Research Assistant, Binghamton University (2016–2019)
Associations and Memberships
Board member, Materials Research Society, Binghamton University Chapter
Member, Sigma Pi Sigma National Physics Honor Society
Awards and Honors
Provost's Doctoral Fellowship Summer Program, Binghamton University (2015-2019)