A Themed Issue in Honor of Professor Doron Aurbach on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday

A special issue of Nanomanufacturing (ISSN 2673-687X).

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Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 5290002, Israel
Interests: electrochemistry; energy storage; lithium batteries; electrode materials; nano-materials; electrochemical sensors; Raman spectroscopy
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue is presented to celebrate the outstanding career and 70th anniversary of one of the most world-renowned experts in electrochemistry, Professor Doron Aurbach, Head of the Electrochemistry Group in the Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University (Israel). Doron Aurbach is also a Director of the Energy Center at the Bar-Ilan University Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, and the leader of the Israel National Research Center for Electrochemical Propulsion, which includes 25 research groups from the seven leading academic institutions in Israel. In 2010-2016, he also served as the Chairperson of the Israel National Labs Accreditation Authority and is a past Chairperson of the Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University (2001-2005). Prof. Aurbach has mentored 70 Ph.D. students, 80 M.Sc. students and has supervised 40 post-doctoral fellows. Doron is the co-author of more than 900 publications and many patents and is one of the most cited scientists (top 1%) in 2018–2021, as published by the Web of Science and Clarivate Analytics.

Prof. Aurbach is behind many of the advances that led to the development of lithium-ion batteries, now considered a solution for the switch from oil to green energy and to limit global warming. The scope of Doron’s research includes all aspects of non-aqueous electrochemistry, many types of batteries such as Li metal, Li-ion, Na-ion, Mg, (Li, Al)-air, Li-sulfur and lead-acid systems, supercapacitors and pseudocapacitors. He pioneered the use of some of the most effective analytical (spectroscopic and microscopic) techniques for operando studies of the most reactive electrochemical systems. In his research, Prof. Aurbach was able to identify major surface reactions which lead to the passivation of active electrodes, which compose rechargeable batteries in the relevant non-aqueous electrolyte solutions. His work promoted and developed important basic scientific topics which formed the basis for the practical development of high-energy-density power sources.

Contributions in this Special Issue will outline recent developments related to the chemistries of lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries, including cathode and anode materials, organic electrodes, solid-state electrolytes, solid polymers, and solvent-in-salt electrolytes and other chemistries, such as Li-sulfur and Li-air batteries.

We are pleased to invite you to submit a manuscript to this Special Issue; regular articles, communications, and reviews are all welcome.

Prof. Dr. Christian Julien
Prof. Dr. Boris Markovsky
Guest Editors

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  • chemistries for storage energy
  • lithium-ion, sodium-ion, Li-sulfur, Li-air and lead-acid batteries

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