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Prof. Adelhelm gave a talk on recent trends in Na-ion batteries. The talk is available online under: av.tib.eu/media/62073.
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Sodium-ion batteries (SIBs) based on abundant elements are an attractive alternative to lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries. Research on SIBs gained a lot of momentum in the last years and is fueled by press releases of several companies around the world on using the technology for stationary energy storage and electric mobility. After events in Jena (SBS-1, 2018) and Dresden (SBS-2, 2021) the third symposium toke place in Berlin (SBS-3, 2022). The scientific symposium focused on recent trends and discoveries on electrodes and electrolytes for sodium-ion batteries, solid electrolytes / solid-state batteries, intermediate and high temperature, and Na batteries Towards commercialization
Sodium-ion battery technology Interview with Prof. Adelhelm on the press release by CATL in Süddeutscher Zeitung (GER) and the Tagesanzeiger (CH). Article by journalist Andrea Hoferichter.
Ein führender Batteriehersteller verkündet den Durchbruch bei Natrium-Ionen-Akkus. Diese lassen sich aus Allerweltschemikalien fertigen. Was ist von der Batterie zu halten?https://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/kochsalz-im-tank-867759732485
https://www.sueddeutsche.de/wissen/batterie-akku-1.5392961?reduced=true (only for subscribers)
Min 8:40 – Battery recycling (for Spanish speakers)
Lithium-ion batteries: No electric car will run without them. It takes a relatively long time to charge, the driving time could be even longer, and for many people lithium mining is controversial. Are there alternatives? Link: https://www1.wdr.de/mediathek/audio
Why don’t we have electric cars without lithium yet? Find out here!
A native of Portland (Oregon), Katherine Mazzio received her PhD in a dual degree program in Materials Science and Engineering and Nanotechnology at the University of Washington in 2014. For her, obtaining a PhD is a critical training step to becoming a scientist. Right now, she supervises two PhD students, a master student and helps out whenever it is needed in her group. [link]
This webinar specifically addressed the faculty application process and what makes for an outstanding package for the academic market in Europe. [link]