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Scholarly Works

Reginald Rogers

2013 Submissions

Judged National/International Competition Award Winner

Sherwood, Tyler J. and Reginald E. Rogers. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Student Poster Session - 2nd Place Winner. San Francisco, CA, 2013. £

Benton-Smith, Jordan and Reginald E. Rogers. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Student Poster Session - 2nd Place Winner. San Francisco, CA, 2013. £

Journal Paper

Dichiara, Anthony B., Tyler J. Sherwood, and Reginald E. Rogers. "Binder Free Graphene-single-wall Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Papers for Removal of Polyaromatic Compounds from Aqueous Systems." Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1. (2013): 14480-14483. Web. «

Rogers, Reginald E, et al. "Impact of Microwave Synthesis Conditions on the Rechargeable Capacity of LiCoPO4 for Lithium Ion Batteries." Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 43. (2013): 271-278. Print. « £

Forney, Michael W, et al. "High Performance Silicon Free-standing Anodes Fabricated by Low-pressure and Plasma-enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition onto Carbon Nanotube Electrodes." Journal of Power Sources 228. (2013): 270-280. Print. £

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Rogers, Reginald E. "Microwave Synthesis of Novel Nanomaterials for Energy Storage Applications." Graduate Seminar. Alfred University. Alfred, NY. 4 Apr. 2013. Lecture.

Rogers, Reginald E. "Microwave Synthesis of Novel Nanomaterials for Energy Storage Applications." -. Army Research Laboratory. Adelphi, MD. 17 Jul. 2013. Lecture.

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

DiLeo, R A, et al. "Balanced Approach to Safety of High capacity Silicon-Germanium-Carbon Nanotube Free-standing Lithium Ion Battery Anodes." Nano Energy. (2012): 268-275. Print. *

Forney, M W, et al. "High Performance Silicon Free-standing Anodes Fabricated by Low-pressure and Plasma-enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition onto Carbon Nanotube Electrodes." Journal of Power Sources. (2012): 270-280. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Ganter, Matthew J, et al. "Electrochemical Performance and Safety of Lithium Ion Battery Anodes Incorporating Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes." Proceedings of the MRS Proceedings. Ed. Cambridge University Press. Boston, MA: Cambridge University Press, 2012. Web. *