How conductive AFM is used for optimizing the material properties of battery cathodes, fuel cell bi-polar plates, and microelect
|Information about the electric nanostructure is crucial in the development of the materials for future energy storage. In this webinar we will discuss the application of conductive atomic force microscopy (C-AFM) for the characterization of materials for batteries, fuel cells, and microelectronics. C-AFM is a helpful tool for understanding the nanoscale electrical phenomena within cathode materials in order to optimize the performance of lithium-ion batteries. We also show examples of C-AFM for investigating the correlation of conductivity with topography for bipolar plates for fuel cells as well for investigating the distribution of conductive and isolating regions for thick film resistors.|
2021-05-05, 17:00 - 17:30 (CEST UTC+02:00)
Trainer: Martin Pfeiler-Deutschmann
Martin Pfeiler-Deutschmann works in the product competence team for nano surface properties at Anton Paar Graz. He has a material science background with focus on nanostructured materials and surface engineering. He received his PhD from the University of Leoben, Austria in 2009 working in various industries ever since. In 2019, he joined Anton Paar as specialist for atomic force microscopy. His main task is knowledge transfer for atomic force microscopy and the development of new applications for AFM for academia and industry.