Stefan Ringe

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Stefan Ringe
소속 대학원
부서 에너지공학전공
전공분야 Energy conversion and storage, computational simulations
DGIST Email ID sringe
홈페이지 https://ringelab.com

UGRP 주제

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관심연구분야

The research scope of the group: From energy harvesting, over energy conversion to battery materials - for a sustainable energy future
  • Battery systems and materials (lithium-ion, lithium-oxygen), electrodes, SEI layer, etc.
  • Energy conversion systems, electrochemistry, CO2 reduction, catalysts, membranes, etc.


주요논문

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  • ACS Energy Letters, 2020, 5, 2987.
  • Nature Communications, 2020, 11, 1.
  • Nature Catalysis, 2020, 1, 1.
  • Nano Letters, 2019, 19, 7293.
  • Energy & Environmental Science, 2019, 12, 3001.
  • ACS Catalysis, 2019, 9, 4006

특허

Our group uses multi-scale modeling techniques for a complete representation of energy systems under experimental conditions.

Simulations are trendy!

  • Continuously increasing world-wide computational resources
  • Massively expanding computational research teams in all big companies, research institutes and universities
  • Publication in highly impact-full journals due to simulations providing:
    • the exploration of the almost infinite chemical space at gigantic speed > discovery of vastly new materials and technologies beyond our imagination
    • an atomic-scale understanding of the relevant processes > discovery of new energy transfer mechanisms and system design strategies

Contact us!

  • Join a team of greatly motivated and fun people to learn about the state-of-the-art of 21st-century computational chemistry and material science.
  • Collaborate with the leading experimental research teams in Korea and the world (Stanford University, Berkeley University, Technical University of Denmark, Fritz-Haber Institute Berlin, etc.)
  • Start to work at the peak of the global effort to a sustainable energy future.