Welcome to the 2D Materials and Electrochemical Devices Lab

Research overview

Our group is developing new materials and bottom-up processing strategies to fabricate improved, typically nanocomposite, device components in order to advance technologies in areas such as electrochemical energy storage, energy generation, sensing and separations. We use methods in interfacial engineering to direct the assembly of nanocomposites from a variety of nanomaterial building blocks and molecular precursors such as polymers, surfactants and ionic liquids.

Nanomaterial production and intrinsic properties to films and nanocomposites with controlled porosity to advanced functional devices


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  1. Oct. 13, 2022Nikolai Burton has been awarded the David Johnson International Student Entrance Scholarship


    Nikolai Burton has been awarded the David Johnson International Student Entrance Scholarship! Nikolai, a native of Barbados grew up on the island spending time with his family and playing football and cricket. Nikolai was selected for this award on the basis of academic excellence, and his academic achievements.

  2. Sep. 5, 2022Mariam Gad Wins 4th place at GRADflix Competition

    This article was originally published by GSPA.

    Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 2022 GRADflix competition!

    On January 31, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs hosted its fourth annual GRADflix Showcase, a virtual red-carpet event featuring the 25 best one-minute videos made by graduate students to describe their research.

  3. June 9, 20222D materials research garners over $4 million in funding

    Professor Michael Pope is the lead applicant for an international collaboration that will help Canadian companies working with 2D materials compete on the international stage.

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