Johns Hopkins
Engineering Design Day

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

The Johns Hopkins Engineering community is creating a better future, translating theoretical knowledge into real-world solutions.


Join us on Tuesday, May 4 for a virtual celebration showcasing student innovation and creativity at Hopkins Engineering annual Design Day!

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Studying an Ion-Conducting Polymer in the Presence of FeCl3

Team: Juan Pino, Louise Chen, Howard Katz

Program: Materials Science and Engineering

a highly amorphous polymer that consists of a charged side group and a counterion whereby the latter is the only charge carrier in the polymer matrix, is studied to evaluate the ionic conductivity and ionic Seebeck effect. In addition, we intend to change the behavior of the Seebeck effect and ionic conductivity with the addition of FeCl3 instead of water to the polymer matrix.

Team Members

  • Juan Pino, Louise Chen, Howard Katz

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