Semi-Transparent All Solid State Lithium Microbatteries For Smart Glass
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Great America J
11:40 - 12:00
Thin film microbattery high volume compliant manufacturing process and unique architecture leading to semi-transparent energy storage components on glass will be described. Capability to tune transmittance vs embedded capacity will be discussed as other advantages of the techonology (extremely thin, shapeable, robust, safe and fast recharge)
Dr. Raphaël Salot is Head of the CEA-LETI Embedded Micro battery Laboratory. He holds a PhD in materials and electrochemical science. He works at CEA since 1996 as a research engineer and is in charge of the micro-battery development since 2000. He now manages the R&D activities of CEA/LETI on lithium thin film batteries. He is involved in several National and European collaborative projects in the field of micro-energy storage. He is the author of 27 patents in the field of energy storage.
CEA-Leti is an applied research laboratory working on miniaturization techniques (microelectronics, sensors, microsystems, micro-energy sources) and their applications from space to smart devices, in fields such as biology, health, transport, environment, photonics and security.
LETI is located in Grenoble - France. LETI's staff is around 1800 engineers and researchers, including 250 PhD and post-doc researchers. Their R&D&I work is supported by 8 500 sq.m of state-of-the-art 200 mm and 300 mm clean rooms and more specific technological platforms (micro batteries, printed electronics, nanocharacterization).