Batteries: The Future of Energy Storage

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About the Author

Subashani Maniam is a senior lecturer at RMIT University, Australia. She obtained her PhD from the Australian National University (2008) in supramolecular chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Christopher Easton. She had a joint postdoctoral fellowship from the University of Melbourne and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) (2008-2011) under the mentorship of Prof. Andrew Holmes and Dr Gavin Collis during which she worked on dye-sensitized solar cells. She has worked at Monash University with Prof. Langford, exploring naphthalene diimides- and porphyrin-based photosystems. Her current research focuses on the development of materials for charge-storage devices, in particular, redox-flow batteries.


"This book is a collection of tutorial review articles to outline the rapid development of lithium-ion batteries and their next generation, including the advantages and challenges. It also covers hot topics on the batteries, represented by solid-state polymer electrolytes, electrode-active organics, and electrochemical flow cells, to discuss attractive targets and prospects as energy-storage materials and devices for a sustainable society. The book gives us the big picture of this interesting and growing field."

Prof. Hiroyuki Nishide

Waseda University, Japan

"This book takes an approach to evaluate the future of batteries that is both comprehensive and innovative, illuminating the challenges that scientists face to continuously improve batteries for energy storage. I would highly recommend it to both new and experienced researchers as it gives a global view of the field from a fresh perspective."

Dr Lathe Jones

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain