Join us on April 20 to learn how to gain novel insights into battery material thermal stability and creating more consistent slurries, allowing for improved performance and lifetime prediction

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The use of lithium-ion batteries has revolutionised the way we live and work, and with a market that continues to grow rapidly worldwide, the future shows enormous promise.

During this hour-long webinar, we’ll explore the battery thermal and rheological performance characteristics behind the tech, revealing how high-performing materials in the anode, cathode, electrolyte and separator can be improved. Following that we’ll look at heat tolerance and how choice of materials can affect both thermal stability and mechanical properties, influencing important factors such as overall battery performance and safety.

By the end of the webinar you will…

  • Have a good overview of the benefits advanced rheology offers in producing consistent, high-quality electrodes with high batch-to-batch reproducibility
  • Know how to leverage thermal analysis to select battery materials that provide optimal performance, safety and lifetime
  • Understand how isothermal microcalorimetry can be used to measure the heat flow of whole working battery cells to rank material selection and provide insights into thermal management

Portrait photo of Hang lau, new market development scientific lead for lithium-ion batteries at TA Instruments

Speaker: Hang Lau

Hang is the new market development Scientific Lead for lithium-ion batteries at TA Instruments. She joined TA Instruments in 2018 as an application Support Engineer and holds a PhD in material science & engineering from the University of Delaware, US.

 

Portrait photo of Malin Suurkuusk, application specialist at TA Instruments

Speaker: Malin Suurkuusk

Malin Suurkuusk is the isothermal calorimetry Product Manager / Application Specialist at TA Instruments. She holds a PhD from the University of Lund, Sweden, where she studied in the lab of professor Ingemar Wadsö. Suurkuusk is considered the world’s leading expert on TAM isothermal instruments and has released numerous microcalorimetry publications. 

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TA Instruments is a division of Waters Corporation.

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