Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering
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Jeffrey Sakamoto is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Prior to joining UM, he was a faculty at Michigan State University for six years. Prior to that, he was a Senior Engineer at the California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory for 7 years. He earned his Ph. D. (2001) in Materials Science and Engineering from UCLA. As a materials scientist and engineer with an interest in synthesis, processing, and functionalization of ceramics and hydrogels, his research is highly interdisciplinary and guided by the fields of energy storage/conversion and biomedicine.
- Analysis of Elastic, Plastic, and Creep Properties of Sodium Metal and Implications for Solid-State Batteries
- Correlating Material Structure with Key Properties for Solid-State Batteries
- Efficient fast-charging of lithium-ion batteries enabled by laser-patterned three-dimensional graphite anode architectures