Presented by MRS and ACerS, The American Ceramic Society

New ceramic electrode materials for rechargeable lithium and sodium-ion batteries

Date: March 4, 2020

Time: 12:00PM - 01:30PM

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Co-presented with ACerS, the American Ceramic Society

The rechargeable lithium-ion battery (LIB) is one of the key enablers of the modern digital age. With an unrivaled combination of portability and energy density, LIBs are ubiquitous in consumer electronics such as cell phones and laptops and are the leading energy storage candidate for the clean energy grid and the electrification of transportation. Nevertheless, the quest for LIB materials with higher energy density, improved safety and better sustainability continues remains a topic of great research interest.

This webinar will feature three talks from experts in the field covering various topics in state-of-the-art LIB research. A Q&A session will be held with each speaker at the conclusion of their talks.

Talk Presentations:

  • Defect and Interface Engineering of Ceramic Electrode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries
    Claire Xiong, Boise State University
  • Molecular Precursor-Derived Ceramics as Li-Ion Battery Anodes
    Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University
  • Leverage Reversible Chemistry for Sustainable Energy Storage
    Zheng Chen, The University of California, San Diego
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The rechargeable lithium-ion battery (LIB) is one of the key enablers of the modern digital age. With an unrivaled combination of portability and energy density, LIBs are ubiquitous in consumer electronics such as cell phones and laptops and are the leading energy storage candidate for the clean energy grid and the electrification of transportation. Nevertheless, the quest for LIB materials with higher energy density, improved safety and better sustainability continues remains a topic of great research interest.

This webinar will feature three talks from experts in the field covering various topics in state-of-the-art LIB research. A Q&A session will be held with each speaker at the conclusion of their talks.

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Talk Presentations:

  • Defect and Interface Engineering of Ceramic Electrode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries
    Claire Xiong, Boise State University
  • Molecular Precursor-Derived Ceramics as Li-Ion Battery Anodes
    Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University
  • Leverage Reversible Chemistry for Sustainable Energy Storage
    Zheng Chen, The University of California, San Diego