Special Issue "Advances in Electrochemical Supercapacitors and Their Application in Energy Storage"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2023) | Viewed by 9903
Interests: energy materials; 2D materials; supercapacitors; secondary batteries
Interests: energy conversion and storage
Interests: water analysis; water/wastewater treatment; sustainable technologies; sensors
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The rising depletion of fossil fuel sources, and the associated environmental concerns, have driven energy storage technologies to the forefront of research and industry interests. Among the improved technologies, electrochemical supercapacitors, particularly hybrid supercapacitors, a combination of conventional EDLC and pseudocapacitors, are under the spotlight for their improved storage capability and bode well for high-power systems, grid energy storage, hybrid automobiles, and consumer electronics. The remarkable advances in electrochemical supercapacitor technologies are intrinsically related to electrode materials. Thus, engineering new materials with unique chemistries are critical in designing ideal supercapacitors with their performance customized to the application.
This Special Issue brings together the most recent and cutting-edge supercapacitor research covering new material synthesis, theoretical calculations, electrode fabrication, characterization, modeling, and simulation of supercapacitors and their integration into portable devices and consumer electronics. The contribution of original research papers, communications, and reviews dedicated to the progress, design, synthesis, and performance of electrochemical supercapacitors for energy storage applications are highly encouraged.
Dr. Razium Ali Soomro
Dr. Muhammad Kashif Aslam
Prof. Dr. Hassan Karimi-Maleh
Manuscript Submission Information
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- electrochemical supercapacitor
- carbon material
- 2D Materials
- energy storage
- composite materials
- electrode materials
- hybrid supercapacitors
- organic supercapacitors
- flexible and wearable supercapacitors