Barile Group

The Barile group works at the intersection of electrochemistry, inorganic chemistry, and materials chemistry with an emphasis on solving problems associated with energy conversion, storage, and efficiency. Students in the group work on projects ranging from fundamental ones like understanding electrocatalysis to applied ones like building color-changing smart windows and next-generation batteries.

From left to right, the coauthors on the recent publication: Nicholas Burpee, Prof. Barile, Geoffrey Alcaraz, and Jose Juarez-Rolon.

Three undergraduates in the lab have published a paper in Journal of Materials Chemistry C describing dynamic windows with enhanced temperature stability. Congratulations on great work!

Mount Rose, NV as seen through Alcaraz et al.'s switchable window. The outside temperature was -5°C.