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Exploring the Insights of Our New Associate Editor: A Conversation with Professor Elie Paillard

Published on: 11 May 2024 Viewed: 147

The Energy Materials (EM) editorial team recently had the honor of interviewing Professor Elie Paillard, newly appointed Associate Editor of EM in 2024. This appointment was based on his recognition of EM's publications and esteemed standing within the academic community. Before his current role, he was a guest editor for EM, overseeing the Special Issue "Electrolytes and Interlayers for Next-Generation Batteries". In the interview, He provided detailed insights into submission selection criteria, highlighted the crucial roles of electrolytes and interlayers in battery technology, and analyzed industries benefiting from battery advancements. This dialogue aims to deepen mutual understanding between the editorial board and Professor Paillard, shedding light on his research direction and spirit for a broader audience.

Professor Paillard is affiliated with the Department of Energy at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, where his research primarily focuses on lithium-ion and lithium-metal batteries, ionic liquid and polymer electrolytes, and next-generation batteries. His endeavors in these areas have yielded significant contributions to the field of energy materials, driving innovation and progress in battery technology.

Interview Questions:

1)Firstly, could you please briefly introduce yourself and the main research work of your research group?

2)As the newly appointed Associate Editor of Energy Materials, what are your expectations for this journal? What criteria will be used in selecting manuscripts?

3)You previously served as a guest editor for the Special Issue "Electrolytes and Interlayers for Next-Generation Batteries" in the Energy Materials journal. Can you introduce the importance of electrolytes and interlayers in batteries?

4)What industries do you think will benefit most from the rapid development in the battery field, and which type of battery do you consider to have the most advantages?

5)How do you balance your research work and life?

Editor: Dasia Luo
Language Editor: Emma Chen
Production Editor: Yan Zhang
Respectfully Submitted by the Editorial Office of Energy Materials

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