The National Centre for Research and Development



Small Grant Scheme; Level: post-doc; Discipline: chemical technology; ID: 209673



Project title: Nanocomposites based on conducting polymers and carbon materials for supercapacitor application


Acronym: NanomatCap


Project Promoter: Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry


Project cost (EUR): 90 721


Grant amount (EUR): 90 721

Duration: 24 months






Project summary:

Project is about new materials for energy storage devices, which is an important issue nowadays. An ever growing demand for higher energy power sources requires technological improvements in the field of supercapacitors and rechargeable batteries. This project concerns synthesis of new composite materials consisting of electroactive polymer and carbon material for supercapacitor appliction. The goals of the project is to develop new materials with higher capacity, better stability and longer cycle life for the next generation of supercapacitors. The goals of the project will be achieved by: I. synthesis and careful characterization of the new composite materials, II. optimization of the parameters critical for good electrochemical performance of the energy storage device, III. selection of the best electrode/electrolyte system. Project will contribute to the development of the field of science connected with energy conversion and storage.


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