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New EES Editorial Board Members: James Dumesic and Linda Nazar

We are delighted to welcome Professor James Dumesic and Professor Linda Nazar to the Energy & Environmental Science Editorial Board.

James Dumesic, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
James A. Dumesic earned his B.S. degree from UW-Madison and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. Professor Dumesic joined the Department of Chemical Engineering in 1976, and he is currently a Vilas Research Professor at the University of Wisconsin and the Michel Boudart Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Throughout his career, Professor Dumesic has used spectroscopic, microcalorimetric, and reaction kinetics techniques to study the surface and dynamic properties of heterogeneous catalysts.  Widely recognized as a leading researcher in the fields of catalysis and chemical engineering, Professor Dumesic has co-founded two companies (Virent and Glucan Biorenewables) and pioneered new processes for creating bio-derived fuels and chemicals. Professor Dumesic has published more than 450 papers in peer-reviewed journals.

Linda Nazar, University of Waterloo, Canada
Linda Nazar is a faculty member of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Waterloo, and is cross appointed to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Professor Nazar, holder of a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Solid State Materials since 2004, has focused her research on developing new materials for energy storage and conversion for the past 15 years.

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A new Editorial board member for EES – Introducing Jenny Nelson

We welcome Jenny Nelson as a new Editorial Board member for EES.

A Professor of Physics at Imperial College London,  she has researched novel varieties of material for use in solar cells since 1989. Her current research is focussed on understanding the properties of molecular semiconductor materials and their application to organic solar cells. This work combines fundamental electrical, spectroscopic and structural studies of molecular electronic materials with numerical modelling and device studies, with the aim of optimising the performance of solar cells based on molecular and hybrid materials.

Since 2010 she has been working together with the Grantham Institute for Climate Change to explore the mitigation potential of photovoltaic, and other renewable, technologies. She has published over 200 articles in peer reviewed journals, several book chapters and a book on the physics of solar cells. She was awarded the 2009 Institute of Physics Joule Prize and medal and the 2012 Royal Society Armourers and Brasiers Company Prize for her research.

Research areas:

– Multi-scale modelling of molecular electronic materials

– Device physics of organic and hybrid solar cells

– Electronic, spectoscopic and structural characterisation of molecular electronic materials

– Mitigation potential of solar photovoltaic technology

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Wolfgang Lubitz joins the EES Editorial Board

We welcome Wolfgang Lubitz as a new Editorial Board member for EES.

Wolfgang Lubitz studied Chemistry at the Freie Universität (FU) Berlin (1969 – 1974), where he also received his doctoral degree (1977), and his habilitation (1982). He worked as a research scientist at UC San Diego, USA (1983/84) and as Assistant and Associate Professor at the FU Berlin (1979 -1989).

In 1989 he became Professor in the Physics Department of the Universität Stuttgart, before he took over a Chair of Physical Chemistry at the Technische Universität (TU) Berlin in 1991. In 2000 he became a Scientific Member of the Max Planck Society and Director at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion (formerly Max Planck Institute for Bioinorganic Chemistry) in Mülheim/Ruhr, Germany. Professor Lubitz is an Honorary Professor at the Universität Düsseldorf. His scientific work is focused on energy conversion processes in natural and artificial photosynthesis, the investigation of metalloproteins (hydrogenases, water oxidase) and the development and application of molecular spectroscopy, especially magnetic resonance methods.

His work has been published in over 400 scientific publications. He is Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), the International Society of Magnetic Resonance and has received the Zavoisky Award, the Bruker Prize, the Gold Medal of the International EPR Society and honorary doctorates (Dr. h.c.) of the University of Uppsala, Sweden (2008) and the Université d’Aix-Marseille, France (2014). He has been President of the International EPR Society (2005 – 2008) and is currently Vice President of the Council for the Annual Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau.

Wolfgang Lubitz says of his appointment:

“To provide mankind with enough clean energy in the future is one of the great challenges of our time. The articles in the  journal EES are at the forefront of research in this important scientific field”

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Editorial Board Chair Professor Nathan Lewis at US Energy Hearing

Cover image for EES showing a representation of photocatalysisOn 15 June 2016 US Energy Subcommittee Chairman Randy Weber chaired a hearing, Innovation in Solar Fuels, Electricity Storage, and Advanced Materials. A panel of expert witnesses discussed the status of research in the United States and the development of solar fuels, electricity storage and quantum computing systems. Energy & Environmental Science Editorial Board Chair Professor Nathan Lewis, California Institute of Technology, discussed artificial photosynthesis and some of the recent developments in solar fuel research.

You can watch the hearing in full at the website for the Committee on Science, Space & Technology.

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A new EES Board Member for 2016

Energy & Environmental Science are delighted to announce that Professor Yang Shao-Horn joins the Editorial Board of the journal.

Yang Shao-Horn is W.M. Keck Professor of Energy at MIT. Her research is centered on the chemical physics of surfaces with emphasis on metal oxides, searching for descriptors of catalytic activity, and reactivity between oxides and ion conductors, wetting properties and ion transport, and design materials for solar fuel and batteries including electrochemical/photoelectrochemical water splitting and CO2 reduction, ion/electron storage, and ion conductors. Professor Yang’s research includes extensive experimental components, including synthesis of well-defined surfaces and nanostructured materials, and investigation of processes at the surfaces/interfaces using electrochemical methods coupled with ex situ and in situ X-ray-based and electron-based spectroscopy. These experimental components are used in conjunction with Density Functional Theory computation efforts to develop new, physically based reaction mechanisms and design principles of materials. Professor Yang has published ~200 archival journal papers.

Read Professor Yang’s latest article in EES here:

Jae-Il Jung, Marcel Risch, Seungkyu Park, Min Gyu Kim, Gyutae Nam, Hu-Young Jeong, Yang Shao-Horn and Jaephil Cho
Energy Environ. Sci., 2016, 9, 176-183. DOI: 10.1039/C5EE03124A.

Professor Yang and the rest of the Editorial Board invite you to submit your best work to EES now!

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Professor Henry Snaith elected Fellow of the Royal Society

Credit: University of Oxford

We are pleased to announce that Professor Henry Snaith, of the Clarendon Laboratory at Oxford University and Energy and Environmental Science Advisory Board member, has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society. Fellows of the Royal Society are elected for life through a peer review process on the basis of excellence in science and we would like to congratulate Henry on this achievement.

As head of the Photovolatic and Optoelectronic Device Group, Henry leads an interdisciplinary research team which focusses on optoelectronic materials synthesis, device development and characterisation with the primary focus of developing low cost photovoltaic concepts. Henry has pioneered the development of hybrid materials for energy and photovoltaics and the recent discovery of highly efficient perovskite solar cells has received much attention by the academic community and by industry as a low-cost alternative to silicon photovoltaics.

Read a selection of Henry’s papers – free to access until 15th June 2015:

Low-temperature processed meso-superstructured to thin-film perovskite solar cells, James M. Ball, Michael M. Lee, Andrew Hey and Henry J. Snaith, Energy Environ. Sci., 2013,6, 1739-1743, DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40810H

Formamidinium lead trihalide: a broadly tunable perovskite for efficient planar heterojunction solar cells, Giles E. Eperon, Samuel D. Stranks, Christopher Menelaou, Michael B. Johnston, Laura M. Herz and Henry J. Snaith, Energy Environ. Sci., 2014,7, 982-988, DOI: 10.1039/C3EE43822H

Sub-150 °C processed meso-superstructured perovskite solar cells with enhanced efficiency, Konrad Wojciechowski, Michael Saliba, Tomas Leijtens, Antonio Abate and Henry J. Snaith, Energy Environ. Sci., 2014,7, 1142-1147, DOI: 10.1039/C3EE43707H

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Satish Ogale’s Editor’s choice: Nanomaterials and Functional Carbon for Energy Applications

Energy & Environmental Science’s newest Advisory Board member, Dr Satishchandra Ogale

Energy & Environmental Science’s newest Advisory Board member, Dr Satishchandra Ogale, has chosen a selection of excellent articles in the areas of nanomaterials and functional carbon for energy applications, which were recently published in Energy & Environmental Science (EES). You can read these articles for free for a limited period by clicking on the links below.

We are delighted that Dr Ogale has recently joined the Advisory Board of EES. He is a Chief Scientist and Coordinator at the Centre of Excellence in Solar Energy at CSIR-NCL, Pune, India. His research focusses on dye sensitized and hybrid solar cells, solar water splitting for hydrogen generation and functional carbon nanocomposites for energy.

EES

On behalf of Satish Ogale and the Editor-in-Chief Nathan Lewis (Caltech) we invite you to submit your best research to Energy & Environmental Science.

EES publishes outstanding, community-spanning, agenda-setting research covering all aspects of energy and environmental research. With an Impact Factor of 11.65, which is rising fast, it the ideal place to publish your work.

Sign up to receive our free table-of-contents e-alert at www.rsc.org/alerts and be among the first to read our newest articles.

Dr Ogale’s Editor’s Choice:

Energy Conversion

Novel nanostructures for next generation dye-sensitized solar cells
Nicolas Tétreaul t and Michael Graetzel,
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE03242B, Perspective

Butterflies: inspiration for solar cells and sunlight water-splitting catalysts
Shuai Lou, Xingmei Guo, Tongxiang Fan and Di Zhang
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE03595B, Review Article

Low-temperature processed meso-superstructured to thin-film perovskite solar cells
James M. Ball, Michael M. Lee, Andrew Hey and Henry J. Snaith
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40810H, Communication

Functional carbon / Charge Storage

3D carbon based nanostructures for advanced supercapacitors
Hao Jiang, Pooi See Lee and Chunzhong Li
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23284G, Review Article

Doping carbons beyond nitrogen : As overview of advanced heteroatom doped carbons with boron, sulphur and phosphorous for energy
Jens Peter Paraknowitsch and Arne Thomas
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41444B, Review Article

Progress in flexible energy storage and conversion systems, with a focus on cable-type lithium-ion batteries
Sang-Young Lee,  Keun-Ho Choi,  Woo-Sung Choi, Yo Han Kwon, Hye-Ran Jung, Heon-Cheol Shin and Je Young Kim
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24260A, Minireview

Second generation ‘nanohybrid supercapacitor’: Evolution of capacitive energy storage devices
Katsuhiko Naoi, Syuichi Ishimoto, Jun-ichi Miyamoto and Wako Naoi
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE21675B, Perspective

Water Splitting

Modeling, simulation, and design criteria for photoelectrochemical water-splitting systems
Sophia Haussener, Chengxiang Xiang, Joshua M. Spurgeon, Shane Ardo, Nathan S. Lewis and Adam Z. Weber
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23187E, Paper

Interfaces between water splitting catalysts and buried silicon junctions
Casandra R. Cox, Mark T. Winkler, Joep J. H. Pijpers, Tonio Buonassisi and Daniel G. Nocera
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23932A, Paper

Facile synthesis of carbon-coated hematite nanostructures for solar water splitting
Jiujun Deng, Xiaoxin Lv, Jing Gao, Aiwu Pu, Ming Li, Xuhui Sun and Jun Zhong
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE00066D, Paper

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Meet Chengdu Liang: Energy & Environmental Science’s newest Advisory Board member

Chengdu Liang

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) is delighted to welcome Dr Chengdu Liang as an Advisory Board member.

Chengdu Liang is a scientist at the Center for Nano-phase Materials Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA. His research focusses on energy conversion and storage, catalytic nanomaterials, mesoporous materials and metal and metal oxide/sulfide nanoparticles. He is well known for his work on developing lithium-sulfur batteries and lithium-ion batteries.Energy & Environmental Science

On behalf of Chengdu Liang and the Editor-in-Chief Nathan Lewis (Caltech) we invite you to submit your best research to Energy & Environmental Science.

EES publishes outstanding, community-spanning, agenda-setting research covering all aspects of energy and environmental research. With an Impact Factor of 11.65, which is rising fast, it the ideal place to publish your work.

So you can see for yourself the quality of work in EES, we have collected together some recent articles in Dr Liang’s exciting research fields, with a selection available to read for free for a limited period.

Reviews

FREE: Na-ion batteries, recent advances and present challenges to become low cost energy storage systems
Verónica Palomares, Paula Serras, Irune Villaluenga, Karina B. Hueso, Javier Carretero-González and Teófilo Rojo
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE02781J

FREE: Mg rechargeable batteries: an on-going challenge
Hyun Deog Yoo, Ivgeni Shterenberg, Yosef Gofer, Gregory Gershinsky, Nir Pour and Doron Aurbach
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40871J

FREE: The pursuit of rechargeable solid-state Li–air batteries
Fujun Li, Hirokazu Kitaura and Haoshen Zhou
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40702K

FREE: Update on Na-based battery materials. A growing research path
Verónica Palomares, Montse Casas-Cabanas, Elizabeth Castillo-Martínez, Man H. Han and Teófilo Rojo
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41031E

FREE: Room-temperature stationary sodium-ion batteries for large-scale electric energy storage
Huilin Pan, Yong-Sheng Hu and Liquan Chen
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40847G

FREE: Challenges of non-aqueous Li–O2 batteries: electrolytes, catalysts, and anodes
Fujun Li, Tao Zhang and Haoshen Zhou
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE00053B

FREE: High temperature sodium batteries: status, challenges and future trends
Karina B. Hueso, Michel Armand and Teófilo Rojo
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24086J

FREE: Electrical energy storage for transportation—approaching the limits of, and going beyond, lithium-ion batteries
Michael M. Thackeray, Christopher Wolverton and Eric D. Isaacs
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE21892E

FREE: Ti-based compounds as anode materials for Li-ion batteries
Guan-Nan Zhu, Yong-Gang Wang and Yong-Yao Xia
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE03410G

FREE: Lithium-ion batteries. A look into the future
Bruno Scrosati, Jusef Hassoun and Yang-Kook Sun
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE01388B

FREE: Challenges in the development of advanced Li-ion batteries: a review
Vinodkumar Etacheri, Rotem Marom, Ran Elazari, Gregory Salitra and Doron Aurbach
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE01598B

Original research

Controlled synthesis of hierarchical CoxMn3−xO4 array micro-/nanostructures with tunable morphology and composition as integrated electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
Le Yu, Lei Zhang, Hao Bin Wu, Genqiang Zhang and Xiong Wen (David) Lou
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41181H

CuO/PVDF nanocomposite anode for a piezo-driven self-charging lithium battery
Xinyu Xue, Ping Deng, Shuang Yuan, Yuxin Nie, Bin He, Lili Xing and Yan Zhang
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41648H

Synthesis of Mo2N nanolayer coated MoO2 hollow nanostructures as high-performance anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
Jun Liu, Shasha Tang, Yakun Lu, Gemei Cai, Shuquan Liang, Wenjun Wang and Xiaolong Chen
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41006D

Charge transport in lithium peroxide: relevance for rechargeable metal–air batteries
Maxwell D. Radin and Donald J. Siegel
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41632A

Towards high energy density sodium ion batteries through electrolyte optimization
Alexandre Ponrouch, Rémi Dedryvère, Damien Monti, Atif E. Demet, Jean Marcel Ateba Mba, Laurence Croguennec, Christian Masquelier, Patrik Johansson and M. Rosa Palacín
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41379A

A membrane-free lithium/polysulfide semi-liquid battery for large-scale energy storage
Yuan Yang, Guangyuan Zheng and Yi Cui
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE00072A

Lithium metal fluorosulfate polymorphs as positive electrodes for Li-ion batteries: synthetic strategies and effect of cation ordering
Rajesh Tripathi, Guerman Popov, Brian L. Ellis, Ashfia Huq and L. F. Nazar
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE03222H

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Meet Dan Wang: Energy & Environmental Science’s newest Advisory Board member

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) is delighted to welcome Professor Dan Wang as an Advisory Board member.

Dan Wang is a professor at the Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on the design and synthesis of porous, layered and nano-structured materials and their applications in energy storage and generation and environmentally friendly catalysts. His interests include dye sensitized solar cells, photocatalysts, lithium ion batteries, and other energy applications.

On behalf of Dan Wang and the Editor-in-Chief Nathan Lewis (Caltech) we invite you to submit your best research to Energy & Environmental Science.

EES publishes outstanding, community-spanning, agenda-setting research covering all aspects of energy and environmental research. With an Impact Factor of 11.65, which is rising fast, it the ideal place to publish your work.

So you can see for yourself the quality of work in EES, we have collected together some recent articles in Prof. Wang’s exciting research fields, with a selection available to read for free for a limited period

Reviews

FREE: Recent advances in micro-/nano-structured hollow spheres for energy applications: From simple to complex systems
Xiaoyong Lai, Jonathan E. Halpert and Dan Wang
Energy Environ. Sci., 2012,5, 5604-5618
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02426D

FREE: 3D carbon based nanostructures for advanced supercapacitors
Hao Jiang, Pooi See Lee and Chunzhong Li
Energy Environ. Sci., 2013, 6, 41-53
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE23284G

FREE: Semiconductor nanowires: a platform for exploring limits and concepts for nano-enabled solar cells
Thomas J. Kempa, Robert W. Day, Sun-Kyung Kim, Hong-Gyu Park and Charles M. Lieber
Energy Environ. Sci., 2013, 6, 719-733
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24182C

FREE: Highly efficient dye-sensitized solar cells: progress and future challenges
Shufang Zhang, Xudong Yang, Youhei Numata and Liyuan Han
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24453A

Original research

One dimensional CuInS2–ZnS heterostructured nanomaterials as low-cost and high-performance counter electrodes of dye-sensitized solar cells
Luoxin Yi, Yuanyuan Liu, Nailiang Yang, Zhiyong Tang, Huijun Zhao, Guanghui Ma, Zhiguo Su and Dan Wang
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24176A

Uniform V2O5 nanosheet-assembled hollow microflowers with excellent lithium storage properties
An Qiang Pan, Hao Bin Wu, Lei Zhang and Xiong Wen (David) Lou
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40260F

Facile synthesis of Au@TiO2 core–shell hollow spheres for dye-sensitized solar cells with remarkably improved efficiency
Jiang Du, Jian Qi, Dan Wang and Zhiyong Tang
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE21264A

Low-temperature processed meso-superstructured to thin-film perovskite solar cells
James M. Ball, Michael M. Lee, Andrew Hey and Henry J. Snaith
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40810H

Controlled synthesis of hierarchical CoxMn3−xO4 array micro-/nanostructures with tunable morphology and composition as integrated electrodes for lithium-ion batteries
Le Yu, Lei Zhang, Hao Bin Wu, Genqiang Zhang and Xiong Wen (David) Lou
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41181H

New materials based on a layered sodium titanate for dual electrochemical Na and Li intercalation systems
Mona Shirpour, Jordi Cabana and Marca Doeff
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE41037D

Hierarchical hollow spheres composed of ultrathin Fe2O3 nanosheets for lithium storage and photocatalytic water oxidation
Jixin Zhu, Zongyou Yin, Dan Yang, Ting Sun, Hong Yu, Harry E. Hoster, Huey Hoon Hng, Hua Zhang and Qingyu Yan
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE24148J

Controlled fabrication of ultrathin-shell BN hollow spheres with excellent performance in hydrogen storage and wastewater treatment
Gang Lian, Xiao Zhang, Shunjie Zhang, Duo Liu, Deliang Cui and Qilong Wang
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE03240F

Control of the nanoscale crystallinity in mesoporous TiO2 shells for enhanced photocatalytic activity
Ji Bong Joo, Qiao Zhang, Michael Dahl, Ilkeun Lee, James Goebl, Francisco Zaera and Yadong Yin
DOI: 10.1039/C1EE02533C

Shape-tailored TiO2 nanocrystals with synergic peculiarities as building blocks for highly efficient multi-stack dye solar cells
Luisa De Marco, Michele Manca, Roberto Giannuzzi, Maria R. Belviso, P. Davide Cozzoli and Giuseppe Gigli
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24345A

A facile approach for the synthesis of monolithic hierarchical porous carbons – high performance materials for amine based CO2 capture and supercapacitor electrode
Luis Estevez, Rubal Dua, Nidhi Bhandari, Anirudh Ramanujapuram, Peng Wang and Emmanuel P. Giannelis
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE40549D

Optimized porous rutile TiO2 nanorod arrays for enhancing the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells
Miaoqiang Lv, Dajiang Zheng, Meidan Ye, Jing Xiao, Wenxi Guo, Yuekun Lai, Lan Sun, Changjian Lin and Juan Zuo
DOI: 10.1039/C3EE24125D

Improved hydrogen storage performance of Ca(BH4)2: a synergetic effect of porous morphology and in situ formed TiO2
Jian Gu, Mingxia Gao, Hongge Pan, Yongfeng Liu, Bo Li, Yanjing Yang, Chu Liang, Hongliang Fu and Zhengxiao Guo
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE24121H

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William Hague learns about EES

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) Editor-in-chief Nathan Lewis and EES Advisory Board member Harry Gray describe the journal EES and the story of its continuing success to William Hague, the British Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State, during his recent visit to Caltech, USA.

From left to right: Harry Gray, Nathan Lewis and William Hague

Here they are holding an issue of EES.

Harry Gray, Nathan Lewis, William Hague, Energy & Environmental Science

From left to right: Harry Gray, Nathan Lewis and William Hague

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