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All-solid-state lithium-sulfur batteries offer a possible solution for enhancing the energy density and safety of the state-of-art lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), due to its high gravimetric energy density, low cost and environmental benignancy. In this talk, we will revise the progress of solid Li-S battery concepts based on both theoretical calculation and experimental results, in hope of shedding some lights on future design of high energy density and safe Li-S batteries.
Speaker Biography (Lide M. Rodriguez)
Lide Rodriguez-Martinez is Technology Coordinator of Batteries & Supercaps, working at CIC Energigune, Spain since 2015. Since obtaining her PhD from Cambridge in 1999, she has conducted significant research in the field of solid oxide fuel cells and batteries. She worked 14 years in energy conversion and energy storage technology development at IK4-Ikerlan. Her main interests are the development of novel energy devices, such as Li−S, and technology assessment towards competitive targets (performance, life and cost).
Company Profile (CIC energiGUNE)
CIC energigune is a young energy research centre located in Basque Country, Spain. A CIC is an organisation specialising in research in a particular scientific or technological area considered to be of strategic importance for a region's economic and social development. In this case, CIC Energigune focuses in materials and novel devices for electrochemical energy storage including batteries and supercaps and thermal energy storage. The mission of CIC Energigune is to play a leading role in the international scientific scene, focusing on materials research oriented towards storage applications, contributing to the industrial competitiveness of Basque companies. This is achieved by combining interdisciplinary teams working towards a) excellent and high impact research in materials and electrochemical devices for storage applications; b) becoming a reference centre for collaborative technology transfer to industry and c) high level training of young researchers and creation of new business sectors. The centre has the backing of public institutions and administrations, and of companies directly related to the energy sector.