Batteries & Supercaps/ChemElectroChem Joint Virtual Symposium: Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Chemistry Europe Virtual Symposia connect the leading minds in the chemical sciences and bring cutting-edge research directly to you. The editorial teams of Batteries & Supercaps and ChemElectroChem host their first joint event on "Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries".


There will be two sessions with five exciting 25-minute presentations and interactive question-and-answer sessions:

  • Sodium Batteries (14:00-15:15 CET)
    Philipp Adelhelm
    Nagore Ortiz-Vitoriano
  • Multivalent Batteries (15:15-17:00 CET)
    Giuseppe Antonio Elia
    Magali Gauthier
    Robert Dominko


Speakers

  • Philipp Adelhelm, Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin
    Material aspects of alternative energy storage: Sodium-ion and solid-state batteries
  • Nagore Ortiz-Vitoriano, CIC energiGUNE
    Towards better understanding of Na-O2 batteries: from materials selection to electrolyte solvation
  • Giuseppe Antonio Elia, Helmholtz-Institut Ulm
    Insight into the aluminum graphite dual-ion battery
  • Magali Gauthier, CEA Saclay
    Phase transformations in alloy-based negative electrodes for magnesium batteries
  • Robert Dominko, National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
    Possibilities and challenges of multivalent organic batteries


Moderator

  • Ivana Hasa, University of Warwick


Hosts

  • Rosalba A. Rinc├│n, Batteries & Supercaps, Associate Editor
  • Kate Lawrence, ChemElectroChem, Editor-in-Chief

 

 

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