Yan Wang
Expert Bio

Professor Wang's research is in the field of fundamental electrochemistry and electrochemistry-based technologies, including battery materials, manufacturing, safety, design and recycling, solid state batteries, and electrolysis. He has co-founded Battery Resourcers Inc. in 2015 and AM Batteries LLC in 2016 to commercialize the technologies developed in his lab.

The Circuit News
World's Most Powerful Magnet, wAIRable GPS, Microbots and more

Yan Wang, the William B. Smith Professor of Mechanical Engineering has developed an innovative lithium-ion battery recycling technique. His work is featured in this report by The Circuit News about National Science Foundation-funded research.

Yahoo! News
Groundbreaking study makes huge discovery about recycled lithium-ion batteries

“This research shows that recycled materials can electrochemically match or outperform pristine, state-of-the-art cathode materials from tier 1 suppliers.” Yan Wang, William B. Smith Professor of Mechanical Engineering, explains the findings of a study he contributed to which found robust performance potential for recycled lithium-ion batteries.

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