Maureen Tang

Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biological Engineering

Maureen Tang

Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biological Engineering

Degrees / Education

  • PhD, Chemical and Biological Engineering, UC Berkeley, 2012
  • BS, Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007

Research Areas

Research Interests

Electrochemistry; electrochemical engineering; catalysis; batteries

Areas of Study

Academic Distinctions

  • Outstanding Early-Career Research Award, Drexel College of Engineering, 2019
  • National Science Foundation CAREER Award, 2018
  • Electrochemical Society Daniel Cubiciotti Student Award, 2011
  • NSF East Asia Pacific Summer Institute / Japan Society for Promotion of Science Summer Program Fellowship, 2011
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2007-2010

Select Publications

  • Sophia E. Lee,Maureen H. Tang. “Electroactive Decomposition Products Cause ErroneousIntercalation Signals in Sodium-Ion Batteries.” Electrochem. Comm. 100: 7073, 2019.
  • Luis Rebollar, Saad Intikhab, Joshua Snyder,Maureen H. Tang. “Determining the viabilityof hydroxide-mediated bifunctional HER/HOR mechanisms through single-crystal voltamme-try and microkinetic modeling.” J. Electrochem. Soc. 165 (15): J3209-J3221, 2018.
  • Samantha L. Morelly, Jeff Gelb, Francesco Iacoviello, Stephen J. Harris, Paul Shearing, Nico-las Alvarez,Maureen H. Tang.“Three-dimensional visualization of conductive domains inbattery electrodes with contrast-enhancing nanoparticles.” ACS. App. Energy Mat. 1 (9):4479-4484, 2018.
  • Oliver Harris,Maureen H. Tang. “Molecular probes reveal chemical selectivity of passiva-tion by the Solid-Electrolyte-Interphase.” J. Phys. Chem. C. 122: 2063220641, 2018.
  • Saad Intikhab, Joshua D. Snyder,Maureen H. Tang. “Adsorbed Hydroxide Does NotParticipate in the Volmer Step of Alkaline Hydrogen Electrocatalysis.” ACS Catal. 7 (12):8314-8319, 2017.
  • Tang, M.; Lu, S.; Newman, J. Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Solid-Electrolyte-Formation Mechanisms on Glassy Carbon. J. Electrochem. Soc. 2012, 159 (11), A1775-A1785.
  • Tang, M.; Newman, J. Electrochemical Characterization of SEI-Type Passivating Films Using Redox Shuttles. J. Electrochem. Soc. 2011, 158 (5), A530-A536.
  • Tang, M.; Albertus, P.; Newman, J. Two-Dimensional Modeling of Lithium Deposition during Cell Charging. J. Electrochem. Soc. 2009, 156 (5), A390-A399.