Composite materials of Ti-doped strontium ferrite and ceramic electrolytes as both the anode and cathode in symmetrical solid oxide fuel cells

Tae Woo Kim

Korea Institute of Energy Research

Tae Woo Kim earned his Ph.D. degree in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Yonsei University (South Korea) in 2011. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Ewha Womans University in Seoul during 2011–2012 and at the University of Wisconsin—Madison (2012–2015). He is currently a senior researcher in the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER). His research interests include the development of environmentally friendly metal oxide-based nano-/bulk materials for use in gas adsorbent, solid oxide fuel cell, photocatalysts, and photoelectrochemical water splitting.


Compared to traditional solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), symmetrical solid oxide fuel cells (SSOFCs) have attracted great attention because of several advantages as follows; the mechanical and chemical compatibility between the... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Tae Woo Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  2. Minjoon Kwak (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  3. Hyun-jong Choi (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  4. Doo-won Seo (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  5. Sang-kuk Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  6. Sun-dong Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)

Topic Area

Hydrogen energy and fuel cell technology applications


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