Material Characterization for Battery Cell Manufacturing along the Process Chain


Electromobility, mobile and decentralized electrochemical devices, and the conversion and storage of (renewable) energy on an industrial scale are essential for the success of the energy transition. Accordingly, the importance of batteries, fuel cells and electrolysers to fulfill our future energy supply needs is great. The aim of this webinar is to develop a fundamental understanding of characterization methods, from powder materials to finished electrochemical components.

Webinar program: 14-17:
14:00-14:20: Structure-property relations of battery electrodes, Speaker: Dr. Sebastian Wennig, ZBT Duisburg
14:20-14:40: Powder flow, surface area, and particle size, Speaker: Dr. Denis Schuetz, Anton Paar
14:40-15:00: From gases to battery materials, Speaker: Stefan Kilian, UDE Duisburg
15:00-15:15: Q&A session
15:15-15:30: Break
15:30-15.50: Flow and deformation behavior of powders, slurries and pastes, Speaker: Dr. Christopher Giehl, Anton Paar Germany
15:50-16:10: Processing of battery slurries along the process chain, Speaker: Prof. Doris Segets, UDE Duisburg
16:10-16:30: Mechanical surface characterization and AFM, Speaker: Dr. Martin Pfeiler-Deutschmann, Anton Paar
16:30-17:00: Q&A session

Langues: English
Formateur: Dr. Christopher Giehl