(630a) Engineered Electrodes for Energy Storage and Battery Safety

Authors: 
Pol, V. G., Purdue University
The ViPER (Vilas Pol’s Energy Research) laboratory at Purdue University focuses research efforts on the development of high capacity electrode materials and their engineering with long cycle life and improved safety. Considering the advantages and limitations of known synthesis techniques, various processing technologies are developed to fabricate a variety of unique anode and cathode materials for lithium-ion, Na-ion, K-ion and Li-S batteries. ViPER’s recent efforts on structural, morphological and electrochemical properties of various electro-chemistries will be demonstrated.
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