Dabin Wang joined Calix in February 2020 as a Materials Engineer. He brings to the company over 8 years experience in material synthesis, characterisation and development for various energy storage applications including hydrogen storage and fuel cells, supercapacitors, batteries and electrocatalysts. Dabin holds a PhD degree in Chemistry from Monash University where he worked on electrocatalysts development for electrochemical synthesis of ammonia from nitrogen under ambient conditions.
Since joining he has been involved with a number of battery programmes including CRC-P, FBI-CRC and storEnergy, collaborating with universities and industrial partners to deliver research and development outcomes to advance Calix’s Advanced Batteries business.
In his spare time, Dabin enjoys cooking at home and also exploring the outdoors going camping and hiking with friends.
With its new BATMn reactor in Victoria Australia, Calix is developing high surface area and unique layered morphology Lithium Manganese Oxide materials, with the aim to produce high performance, affordable, and more recyclable Lithium-ion batteries.
This video takes a deep dive into the unique Calix battery materials and help understand why they could be a game changer for the industry, and instrumental in enabling the pathway toward transformation of the global energy sector from fossil-based to zero-carbon by the second half of this century.