Upcoming Webinar: Exploring Battery Materials: Electrodes, Electrolytes, and Interfaces Thereof

August 17, 2020

 

 

Join presenter, Dr. René Windiks, a Science & Support Specialist and Battery Industry Lead at Materials Design, in our next webinar:

 

The design of next generation batteries with high performance and long lifetimes require a profound understanding of the constituting materials, essentially to predict their properties and interactions with each other during charging and discharging. This webinar will show how atomic-scale modeling with MedeA is complementary to experimental spectroscopic techniques such as XPS, IR/Raman, NMR, and impedance measurements.

Illustrative case examples will include:

+ High-energy density cathode materials
+ Li Transport in NMC311 cathode material
+ Low-strain cathodes for solid state batteries
+ Interphases between electrodes and electrolytes
+ Electrochemical stability of electrolytes
+ Solid polymer electrolytes

 

 

 

Tuesday August 18:
10 am PDT / 11 am MDT / 12 pm CDT / 1 pm EDT USA / 7 pm CET

Wednesday August 19:
7 am PDT / 10 am EDT / 4 pm Europe (CET)

Thursday August 20:
8 am Europe (CET) / 11:30 am India (IST) / 2 pm China (CST) / 3 pm Japan (JST)

 

Dr. René Windiks

 

Dr. René Windiks, author of scientific papers employing density functional theory, is a Science & Support Specialist and Battery Industry Lead at Materials Design.  Prior to his appointment at Materials Design he worked at the Paul Scherrer Institute which has one of the major battery research laboratories in Europe.  With a background in chemistry and physics, he is an expert in the computational design of materials, superconductors and environmentally friendly pigments. He was awarded a PhD in physical chemistry from the Humboldt University of Berlin in 2000.

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

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