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Solid State Li-Ion Batteries

Spark Award 2014

The team of Electrochemical Material won the Spark Award 2014 for their patent "Strained Multilayer Resistive-switching Memory Elements"
The team of Electrochemical Material won the Spark Award 2014 for their patent "Strained Multilayer Resistive-switching Memory Elements".

 (video, 10.03.2014)

Patent: Strained Multilayer Resistive-switching Memory Elements

News

  • July 2014: We are happy that Reto Pfenninger continues as a PhD student in our group after sucessfully finishing his master thesis.
  • Announcement: Prof. Rupp will give her introductory lecture on April 22nd 2013.

  • Welcome to our new PhD student Yanuo Shi and our new intern Gustav Schiefler

  • Welcome to our new PhDs Sebastian Schweiger and Felix Messerschmitt

  • August, 1st 2012
    Start of the Electrochemical Materials group

Inaugural Lecture

jenniferrupplecture

Prof. Jennifer Rupp: Nano-Elektronik und -Ionik: Memristive Speicher und Energie Konversion (video, 08.02.2013)

Reto Pfenninger, Michael Rawlence, Dr. Michal Struzik

Formerly: Dr. Iñigo Garbayo, Dr. Semih Afyon

Li-ion batteries dominate the portable electronics market. However, the current electrode materials are still far away from satisfying the large energy density required for various applications (e.g. electric vehicles). Solid inorganic electrolytes become quite important at this point that can enable the use of high capacity electrode materials, which are otherwise not very stable and safe to be used in liquid  electrolytes. Li7La3Zr2O12 and doped variants are especially interesting solid electrolyte candidates with high Li-ion conductivities in the range of ~ 10-4 S/cm at RT and with possible large thermal operation windows, up to 1 000˚C.

Highlights of our research can be found in the Paper gallery.

 

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