The Augustyn Research Group investigates materials at electrochemical interfaces for the development of clean-energy technologies. The science and engineering of materials remain at the forefront of finding viable solutions for the complex and global energy problems.  Electrochemical energy technologies, such as fuel cells, electrolyzers, and batteries, are some of the most viable for the clean conversion and storage of energy – but we are far from harnessing their full potential.

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