Call for papers
Advanced Energy Materials play an important role to meet the needs of future environment which provide wide range of applications that address to the latest innovations and novel approach for development of energy storage devices. Advanced Energy Materials covers major areas such as organic and inorganic photovoltaic solar cells, photo catalysis, fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors, hydrogen generation and storage, thermo-electric and thermo-solar power.
With the rapid growing world, the demand of portable electronics and electric vehicles has been tremendously increased. Therefore, research focused on the development of energy storage devices such as batteries and supercapacitors with high power and energy densities for proper utilization of various energy sources. The performance of energy storage devices significantly depends on the material used in these devices which become more desirable and important to enable versatile, efficient and environmentally friendly uses of energy.
The fast growth in the latest technology with the materials such as semiconducting materials, ceramics, polymers and composites materials are considered to be promising candidates in the field of energy storage applications. This Special Issue covers the significance of advanced materials for various energy storage technologies.
1. Advanced rechargeable batteries:
i. Lithium-ion batteries
ii. Zinc-ion batteries
iii. Aluminum-ion battery
iv. Na-ion batteries
vi. Redox flow batteries
2. Supercapacitors and hybrid capacitors
Engineered Science accepts the manuscripts in the following formats:
2. Review Articles (Authoritative and Comprehensive)
4. Personal Account
• Paper accepted will be assigned with DOI for immediate dissemination
• International editorial and advisory boards, authorship and readership
• Strict peer-review process by at least two experts in the field
• Charge-free to authors and readers download freely for broad impacts.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 Oct. 2021
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