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We are using a laser engineering approach to develop and optimize hydrous ruthenium dioxide (RuO x H y or RuO 2 ·0.5 H 2 O) pseudocapacitors. We employ a novel laser forward transfer process, Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation Direct Write (MAPLE-DW), in combination with UV laser machining, to fabricate mesoscale pseudocapacitors and microbatteries under ambient temperature and atmospheric conditions. Thin films with the desired high surface area morphology are obtained withoutdoi:10.1557/proc-698-q3.2.1 fatcat:ity2tswfpngyzisnvne7quvnq4