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The Institute of Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOPCAS) originated from the Institute of Physics of Academia Sinica (IOPAS) established in 1928 and the Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Peiping (IOPNAP) established in 1929.    IOPCAS has become a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary research organization engaged in research on basic and applied physics and has a significant influence in the field of physics at home and abroad. Its current research activities concentrate on condensed matter physics, including condensed matter physics, optical physics, atomic and molecular physics, plasma    physics, soft matter physics, condensed matter theory, computation physics, clean energy, etc. The research team of             nanoionics and energy materials at IOP have been working on secondary batteries for over 40 years and taking the lead in   the research on industrialization of lithium-ion batteries since 1996. IOP has also undertaken a number of key projects of    Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Science and Technology. 
Fan Wu, a tenure-track researcher in IOPCAS, led his research team to join Tianmu Lake Institute of Advanced Energy            Storage Technologies (TIES). Relying on strong scientific research and analysis platform and pilot industrialization test          platform provided by IOPCAS and TIES and cutting-edge consulting and investment service provided by Yangtze River Delta Physics Research Center, Dr. Wu’s team want to realize the industrialization of research results and the pilot mass               production of key materials based on basic research.




Research area

1、R&D of sulfide-based solid electrolytes and solid-state batteries;

2、Research on interface issues of solid-state batteries;

3、Development of advanced material and battery technology;