Dr Xiao HuaLecturer
My work centres on understanding the structure-property relationships of novel materials for energy storage and conversion. I have particular expertise in the use of operando pair distribution function (PDF) measurements, together with the development and application of structure modelling and big-data approaches to extract detailed mechanistic information from these measurements.
My scientific focus is on elucidating the role of complex structures (e.g. nanostructured, defected, and disordered systems) on the functional response of key energy materials. Using the insight gained, my research aims to develop better materials for various energy applications, such as rechargeable batteries, photovoltaic devices, and heterogeneous catalysis.
FutureCat - The Faraday Institution Future Cathode Project
01/10/2023 → 30/09/2025
Development of Electrochemically Assisted Method to Prepare Disordered Rocksalt Cathodes
01/03/2023 → 29/02/2024
Unlock new functionalities of non-native Fe and Mn monoxides via electrochemically assisted synthesis
17/10/2022 → 16/10/2023
Metal Fluoride Open Frameworks as Next-generation K-ion Battery Cathodes
01/01/1900 → …
- Electrochemical and Surfaces Research Group
- Physical and Analytical Chemistry