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Images of particles made from a promising battery cathode material called NMC

Templated metal electrodeposition for smart windows

2016
Precourt Institute for Energy

Michael McGehee, Materials Science and Engineering


 

Project Summary

The objective is to develop a commercially viable smart window that increases the energy efficiency of buildings by automatically adjusting to sunlight.


 

Publications: 

1. Barile, C., Slotcavage, D.,  Hou, J., Strand, M., Hernandez, T., and McGehee, M. Joule1.Dynamic Windows with Neutral Color, High Contrast, and Excellent Durabilityusing Reversible Metal Electrodeposition”

2. Barile, C., Slotcavage, D.,  Hou, J., Strand, M., Hernandez, T., and McGehee, M., Dayrit, T., 2018. Bistable Black Dynamic Windows based on the Reversible Electrodeposition of Bi and CuACSEnergy Lett., 2018, 3 (1).

3. Barile, C., Slotcavage, D.,  Hou, J., Hernandez, T., and McGehee, M., Islam, M., 2019. Hybrid Dynamic Windows using Reversible Metal Electrodeposition and Ion IntercalationNature Energy,4, 223–229.

4. Barile, C., Slotcavage, J., Strand, M., Hernandez, T., and McGehee, M., Dayrit, T., Bertoluzzi, L., 2018. Factors that Determine the Length Scale for Uniform Tinting in Dynamic Windows based on Reversible Metal ElectrodepositionACS Energy Letters3, 11, 2823–2828