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Welcome to EMDL at KAIST!


The Electrochemical Materials Design Laboratory (EMDL) is a new multi-disciplinary laboratory in the field of energy storage/conversion combining with nanotechnology. We aim to understand surface/interface electrochemical reactions in the new energy storage/conversion systems to resolve scientific and engineering challenges for green-energy technology.

Group News

Mar. 2024

  • Wooil recieved the Hong-gu Shim scholarship from KAIST department of Chemistry. Congratulations!

  • Wooil joined our lab. Welcome!

Feb. 2024

  • Jiwon's paper entitled "Sub-nanometer Cu clusters on porous Ag enhancing ethanol production in electrochemical CO2 reduction" was accepted to ACS Catalysis. Congratulations!

Jan. 2024

  • Yohan's paper entitled "Identifying the Active Sites and Intermediates on Copper Surfaces for Electrochemical Nitrate Reduction to Ammonia" was accepted to Chemical Science. Congratulations!

  • Seongmo, Vikram, and Ariyeong's paper entitled "Stabilization of Naphthalene Diimide Anions by Ion Pair Formation in Non-Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Batteries" was accepted to Journal of the American Chemical Society. Congratulations!

Dec. 2023

  • Daewook (Dec. 14) completed his M.S. defense. Congratulations!


Nov. 2023

  • Vikram's paper entitled "Solubility and Stability of Redox-Active Organic Molecules in Redox Flow Batteries" was accepted to ACS Applied Energy Materials. Congratulations!

Sep. 2023

  • Yohan, Eunjin, and Seunggu's paper entitled "Layered Transition Metal Oxide (LTMO) for Oxygen Evolution Reactions and Aqueous Li-ion Batteries" was accepted to Chemical Science. Congratulations!

  • Eunjin recieved the Best Poster Award at the 2023 ISE 74th Annual Meeting. Congratulations!

Aug. 2023

  • Seongmo recieved "Program Directors Award" at the Samsung Global Technology Symposium. Congratulations!

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