Workshop on nano- and microelectrochemical
tools in battery research
Since lithium ion batteries (LIBs) are complex multi-component systems with many processes occurring simultaneously, battery scientists (electrochemists, material scientists and battery developers) rely on advanced characterisation techniques for acquiring in-depth understanding of battery processes. Even more, in battery mega-factories the initial formation of the solid-electrolyte interphase has to be monitored to evaluate the quality of a battery cell at a very early stage and techniques have to be invented and developed to provide robust tools for their application in industry.
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Advanced characterisation techniques have hence already been applied for generating averaging values over large surface areas of battery electrodes. Scanning probe microscopy techniques have developed into powerful techniques for the study of interfacial electrochemical processes with high lateral resolution.
NanoBat aims at implementing a variety of localized measurement techniques for LIBs application and hence it is about time for a workshop in this area. The workshop comprises four lectures addressing a research field ranging from scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) to scanning microwave microscopy extremely fast impedance spectroscopy.
Date: Friday, November 27, 2020, 13:00 – 16:30
Venue: Virtual workshop – Login data will be sent to registered participants
Registration is now open! It’s free of charge.