3D Current Collector For High Energy Lithium Ion Batteries
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Great America J
15:20 - 15:40
Nano-Nouvelle is developing a platform technology of three dimensional nanostructured materials that will begin with the Copper Lumafoil™ as a replacement for solid copper current collectors. The structure provides a number of benefits including substantial weight reduction, faster cell assembly due to faster electrolyte wetting, and better active material adhesion.
Speaker Biography (Stephanie Moroz)
Stephanie Moroz is CEO at Nano-Nouvelle, developing innovative nanomaterials for high performance lithium ion batteries for applications such as drones, electric vehicles and energy storage. Stephanie has focused her career on developing and commercialising energy related technologies. Following her studies in Engineering Physics, she worked on hydrogen fuel cells in Canada and Germany, automotive engine systems to reduce pollution and fuel consumption in France, and solid state hydrogen storage in Australia prior to joining Nano-Nouvelle.
Company Profile (Nano-Nouvelle)
Nano-Nouvelle is developing innovative nanomaterials as a platform technology for use in a wide range of applications and industries. The first product in development, the Copper Lumafoil™, is an anode current collector offering a direct replacement for solid copper foil used in today's lithium ion batteries. It offers up to 70% reduction in current collector weight which translates to a reduction of 10% of the total cell weight. Nano-Nouvelle has built a strong international team with a state-of-the-art research and development facility based in Australia, working with a global network of research and industry organisations.
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