Chang-Jun Bae is a material scientist in PARC's Cleantech Innovation Program. His current research is focused on the development of new rechargeable battery electrodes that allow a marked improvement in energy and power density as well as processing.
In his postdoctoral work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Chang-Jun demonstrated new ways of manipulating the properties of ceramic active materials in the Li-ion battery. He did this not only through the classical venue of tuning preparation conditions, but also by developing pattering and extrusion approaches that allow for sculpting of structures at large scale.
Dr. Bae received his Ph.D. degree in Material Science Engineering from University of Michigan. His doctoral research was focused on material design, ceramic processing, rapid prototyping, free radical polymerization, characterization of a green body solidified by a UV laser, phase transformation kinetics of fused silica, and fabrication of integrally cored ceramic mold (ICCM).
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