(Michael) Ji W.


Berkeley, CA

Member since:

September 8, 2013

What energy-related work do you do?

I've done research on organic photovoltaics at Northwestern University to try to improve both its efficiency and durability. I've done research on carbon-based supercapacitors, where I tried to incorporate MnO2 into mesoporous carbon structure for increased energy density. I've interned at ExxonMobil as a material engineer, improving manufacturing processes for lubricants, and conducted data analysis for better performances. I'm a current Material Science Engineering Master student at Berkeley, focusing on material for high energy system.

Why are you doing that work in the Berkeley area?

Berkeley is renowned for its focus on being environmental friendly. The zero-emission buses operated around the campus attested to that fact. The wonderful professors and networks here on Berkeley campus are great resources for me to know more in-depth about materials and how it can impact the energy market.


I'm interested in providing affordable and scalable energy solutions to the masses. I've been working in National University of Singapore, Northwestern University, and ExxonMobil I've done energy and product analysis at ExxonMobil where I've learnt

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