Synthesis and characterization of new core shell oxides based structure for solid lithium metal batteries

Canada is in the very centre of the global energy storage revolution – a broad introduction of solid state battery technology for Electric vehicles, home use and power grid optimisation. At present, lithium-ion batteries use flammable liquid electrolytes and non-surface protected electrodes, which is expensive and potentially unsafe for the environment. This project aims to develop a new generation of safe and cheaper solid state batteries and fundamental understanding of storage mechanisms and structure-property-performance relationships.

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Daniele Campanella
Superviseur universitaire: 
Daniel Bélanger
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Quebec
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