Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, without tenure, and Professor, Macromolecular Science and Engineering
2350 Hayward, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: (734) 763-2219
As a materials scientist and engineer with an interest in synthesis, processing, and functionalization of ceramics and hydrogels, his research is highly interdisciplinary guided by the fields of energy storage/conversion and biomedicine.
Tenured and Tenure-Track
UM-ME lab working to create safer electric vehicle batteries featured on WXYZ Detroit
The UM Battery Lab, led by Mechanical Engineering Professor Jeff Sakamoto, is working to create safer electric vehicle batteries that last longer.
ME faculty promotions approved by Regents
The Regents of the University of Michigan have approved the promotions of four ME faculty.
Prepping for the Revolution
University of Michigan engineers are working to make our electrified future more equitable and avoid the mistakes of the past.
Range-doubling lithium metal batteries 'build themselves' in lithium ion manufacturing machinery
Lithium metal solid-state batteries can provide a safer, more powerful alternative to the current standard.
Jeff Sakamoto is the 2019 Ulsoy Citation Leader Award Winner
This endowment gift is awarded annually by the Mechanical Engineering Department Chair.
U-Michigan ME receives $5.4M for energy projects
The U-M project leaders are Jeff Sakamoto, an associate professor of mechanical engineering; and Anna Stefanopoulou, a professor of mechanical engineering. Both are affiliated with U-M’s Energy Institute
Sakamoto's research featured on cover of Advanced Energy Materials
The cover of AEM is highly coveted. It is instantly recognizable and associated with the highest quality research from the top researchers in the field.
ME Welcomes New Faculty Members Jeff Sakamoto and Ramanarayan Vasudevan
The ME department is pleased to welcome Jeff Sakamoto and Ramanarayan Vasudevan who will both be joining the faculty as associate professor and assistant professor, respectively