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Edward Sabolsky
Multi-functional and Energy Ceramics Group


What We Do

Edward Sabolsky's research focuses on the development of piezoelectric/dielectric materials, chemical sensors, reforming catalyst, battery materials, supercapacitors, solid-oxide and direct-carbon fuel cells, and ceramic separation membranes. This research includes the synthesis and electrochemical testing of complex oxide powders, ceramic nanomaterials, and novel ceramic monolithic structures to improve performance. Sabolsky has authored more than 45 papers in technical literature, and has received two patents.

Some of Our Work

Printed Circuit
Working in glove box
Operating a Boss laser cutter
3D printing of large design concept.
Pressure sensor
Electrochemical testing of solid oxide fuel cells
Operating DMA
Aerosol deposition of solid oxide fuel cells
Material Printer
Operating Material printer

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WVU SURE student Joseph Gombarick and his graduate student mentor Davis Warmuth attending the 16th Annual Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium
Sablosky working in lab
Jose J. Colon-Rodriguez wearing a hard hat and holding a wrench

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