Tuning Interfacial Processes in Mg-S Batteries
Sarah is a graduate student in chemistry working with Professor Kimberly See. She received a BS in chemistry with honors and a minor in statistics at Penn State, where she wrote a thesis on her research regarding nanoparticle synthesis and assembly in Professor Raymond Schaak’s lab. In the See group, Sarah is developing new electrolyte systems compatible with inexpensive next-generation battery electrodes beyond lithium. She is studying the electrode-electrolyte interface to tailor reactivity and develop structure-property relationships. Understanding charge transfer processes would help enable design of less expensive and more efficient devices.
Adviser: Kimberly See