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Infoday "Electrochemically active Interfaces for Batteries"

13 May 2020 Fraunhofer-inHaus-Zentrum, Duisburg Teaserbild

High performance batteries, made from cheap and abundant materials are of utmost importance. To master this major challenge, control of interfaces during materials formation and operation is needed.

The DECHEMA Infoday “Electrochemically active interfaces in batteries”, to be held on May 13, 2020 in Duisburg at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Zentrum, focuses and discusses these important aspects of interfaces:

  • characterization
  • materials formation
  • anode and cathode materials functionalization
  • processing
  • all-solid-state batteries

The change in automotive industry towards electric vehicles will become one of the biggest societal transitions within the next decades. High performance batteries with long-term stability during charging and discharging, made from cheap and abundant materials are of utmost importance. To master this major challenge, control of interfaces during materials formation and operation is needed. It covers both, solid-liquid interfaces in conventional lithium-ion batteries as well as solid-solid interfaces in all-solid-state batteries.

 

All information can be downloaded in the Conference announcement

Information and Precautions regarding the Corona Virus

Programme

Registration and Fees

Call for Posters

Exhibition & Sponsoring

Venue and Accommodation

All participants will have the opportunity to present their research during a poster session.

With renowned speakers from both, academia and industry, the ProcessNet subject division “interfaces” and the Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen (CENIDE) at UDE invite you to learn about and to discuss with us on this important, cross-disciplinary topic.

 

Furthermore guided visits can be made on the laboratories of the NanoEnergieTechnikZentrum (NETZ) at the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) and on the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Center (ZBT) Duisburg.

 

 

 

 


Image source: Hartmut Wiggers, CENIDE, Universität Duisburg-Essen

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