The McKelveyLab uses nanoscale electrochemical methods to study energy storage and conversion technologies (such as batteries, fuel cells, electrolysis cells, sensors). We are located in the School of Chemical and Physical Science at Victoria University of Wellington.
Opportunities to join the group:
Postdoctoral researcher (2 years): Experiments and Modelling of Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide . Location: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
PhD: Wood-derived graphite for Li-ion batteries Location: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. **New Zealand residents only due to travel restrictions**
Yulun Zhang, Donald A. Robinson, Kim McKelvey, Hang Ren, Henry S. White and Martin A. Edwards
J. Electrochem. Soc. 167 166507, 2020.
Marc Brunet Cabré, Denis Djekic, Timothée Romano, Nadim Hanna, Jens Anders, Kim McKelvey
Conference:We are excited to announce that the McKelveyLab, in collaboration with parkAFM, are hosting the NSFE 2020 conference in September 2020. This conference will be held in virtual form, and we hope to see you online for this event.
Continuum Simulations for Microscale 3D Batteries
Kim McKelvey, Marc Brunet Cabré, Aislan Esmeraldo Paiva
Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, 2020.
Enhancing Lithium Insertion with Electrostatic Nanoconfinement in a Lithography Patterned Precision Cell
Sylvia Xin Li, Nam S. Kim, Kim McKelvey, Chanyuan Liu, Henry S. White, Gary W. Rubloff, Sang Bok Lee, and Mark A. Reed
ACS Nano, 2019.
Method for Dynamically Detecting Secretions from Single Cells Using a Nanopore
Eamonn Kennedy, Mohammad Hokmabadi, Zhuxin Dong, Kim McKelvey, Edward M. Nelson, and Gregory Timp
Nano Lett., 2018.
Single Ag Nanoparticle Collisions within a Dual-Electrode Micro-Gap Cell
Kim McKelvey, Donald A Robinson, Nicholas J Vitti, Martin Andrew Edwards, Henry White
Faraday Discussions, 2018.