The Advanced Energy Innovations Laboratory at the University of Utah is an activate participant in the events and activities of The Electrochemical Society. Specific activities of Professor Roseanne Warren and AEIL lab members in ECS include:
AEIL student lab members have presented several talks at ECS meetings, including:
- Tanner Nelson, Aaron Atnip, Johnathon Johnson, Jeremiah Young, Connor Siri, Adam Dallon, Fariha Khan, Timothy Kowalchik, and Roseanne Warren, “Design of a Spectroelectrochemical Cell with Rapid Heating and Temperature Control for Battery Applications,” Proceedings of the 239th ECS Meeting, Online meeting, May 2021 (Oral presentation).
- Zahra Karimi, Jaron Moon, Chanel Van Ginkel, Douglas Pedersen, Joshua Malzahn, Eric Eddings, and Roseanne Warren, “Bituminous coal char-derived hard carbon as a low-cost anode material for sodium-ion batteries,” Proceedings of the 239th ECS Meeting, Online meeting, May 2021 (Oral presentation).
- Zahra Karimi, Jaron Moon, Chanel Van Ginkel, Douglas Pedersen, Joshua Malzahn, Eric Eddings, and Roseanne Warren, “Effect of electrolyte composition on the performance of coal char-derived carbon supercapacitors,” Proceedings of the 239th ECS Meeting, Online meeting, May 2021 (Oral presentation).
- Nolan Ingersoll, Robert Underwood, and Roseanne Warren, “MOF-Derived Carbons As Ordered Isoreticular Structures for High-Performance Sodium-Ion Battery Anode,” Proceedings of the 233rd ECS Meeting, Seattle, Washington, May 2018 (Oral presentation).
- Virginia Diaz and Roseanne Warren, “Dissolvable Conducting Polymers for Electrochemical Energy Storage,” Proceedings of the 231st ECS Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2017 (Oral presentation).
Professor Warren is the developer and lead organizer of the Nanoporous Materials Symposium (L06) held at for the first time at the 233rd ECS Meeting in Seattle (May 13-17, 2018) and planned to be held at the (unfortunately cancelled) 237th ECS Meeting planned for Montreal (May 10-14, 2020). At the 233rd ECS Meeting, the symposium featured 8 invited speakers and 40 submitted talks. A total of $2300 was raised from division and industrial sponsorship to support non-member invited speaker registration and a post-symposium reception.
ETD & Battery Division Participation
Professor Warren is a member-at-large of the Battery Division of ECS, and a member of the Energy Technology Division. She serves regularly as a session chair and student poster session judge at ECS meetings, and has been on the Research Award and Graduate Student Award Committees of the Energy Technology Division.