Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Devices Laboratory
Dr. Meysam Heydari Gharahcheshmeh
San Diego State University
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The Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Devices (AMED) Lab at San Diego State University (SDSU) focuses on cutting-edge manufacturing methods for the fabrication of advanced functional materials with broad applications in energy conversion and storage, sensing, and wearable/flexible electronics.
We are currently studying conducting/semiconducting polymers and superconductors that are manufactured using various methods, such as oxidative chemical vapor deposition (oCVD), initiated chemical vapor deposition (iCVD), and metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD). Our work, focuses on the following fundamental scientific challenges:
(i) Texture and nanostructure engineering of advanced organic and inorganic conductors.
(ii) Materials fabrication and manufacturing development based on advanced CVD techniques such as oCVD, iCVD, MOCVD, and solution-based.
(iii) Device integration of advanced conductors based on energy demands and biocompatibility characteristics while using machine learning techniques in material property prediction and design.
Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Devices (AMED) Laboratory
Meysam Heydari Research Group