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An article authored by Dr. Kun Liang, Kyle Marcus, Dr. Yang Yang and others
has been published by

Advanced Energy Materials

. The article, titled “NiS2/FeS Holey Film as Freestanding
Electrode for High-Performance Lithium Battery”, highlights a facile and
scalable nanomanufacturing technique to produce freestanding holey films as
electrodes for lithium battery, which presents superior electrochemical
performance and cyclability. This work provides a promising way to develop
high energy density and long lifetime electrodes for next generation
renewable energy storage devices.

Dr. Yang Yang is an assistant professor in the NanoScience Technology
Center, and Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He also leads

Advanced Materials & Renewable Energy Group

, which developing advanced materials for clean energy generation and
renewable energy storage devices.