Dr Jiabin Wang

Dr Jiabin received her PhD from Newcastle University, UK based on the research in developing graphene-based composites as electrode materials for energy storage devices, such as supercapacitors and batteries. She has worked on a thermoelectric project for 18 months before joining this research group. Currently, she is working on the projects of redox flow batteries and degradation of Li-ion batteries. 

Current research area

Lithium-ion battery materials, lithium-ion battery manufacturing technology, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

Previous research area/interest

Supercapacitors, thermoelectric materials, nanomaterial synthesis, wastewater treatment

Working Experience

08/2019 – present: Research Associate, Newcastle University (Electrochemistry of batteries)

02/2018 – 07/2019: Research Associate, Newcastle University (Metallic nanoparticles embedded in silica aerogel for thermoelectric application)

09/2014 – 12/2014: Internship in NIMS, Japan (Electrochemical study of graphene-based composite materials)

05/2014 – 07/2014: Research Assistant, Newcastle University (Knowledge transfer for Element Six Ltd, De-agglomeration diamond particles)


01/2013 – 05/2017: PhD in Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, Newcastle University, UK (Project: Synthesis of graphene-based materials and their applications as energy) 

10/2011 – 09/2012: MSc in Materials Science and Technology, Loughborough University, UK (Project: Development of silicon carbide nanocomposites dispersed with nano-sized diamond dispersants)

09/2007 - 06/2011: BSc in Polymer Material and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China (Project: Comparison of three nickel electrodeposition solutions and minimizing the power usage)

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