Yet-Ming Chiang is a renowned scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur with expertise in energy technologies and advanced materials. He is a Kyocera Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he has published more than 300 scientific articles and holds over 80 US patents. Chiang is also a fellow of prestigious academic and scientific societies and serves on numerous advisory committees.
Chiang's main research focus is on energy technologies, where he has made significant contributions to battery technology and developing long-duration grid storage to stabilize the output of renewable energy sources. He has co-founded several companies such as Form Energy, 24M Technologies, Desktop Metal, and AMSC, where he applies his research to developing technology from basic research.
Chiang's expertise and interests lie in energy technologies, advanced materials, battery technology, long-duration grid storage, renewable energy sources, metal 3D printing, and entrepreneurship. His remarkable achievements in scientific research and technology entrepreneurship have earned him a place among the most influential scientists and inventors in the modern age.