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Hierarchical structuring of micro and nanoparticles for Li-ion battery electrodes

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Research in the field of micro and nanotechnology has led to the development of materials with fundamentally new or improved functionality, which have the potential to revolutionise electronics, drug delivery, water purification, and energy storage. These scientific discoveries can help address many of the grand challenges our society is facing. However, to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by these materials better techniques are needed to control their microscale and nanoscale arrangements, for instance to optimise transport processes. In this talk I will discuss such techniques for Li-Ion battery applications with a particular focus on hierarchical structuring of materials at the macro, micro and nanoscale.

This talk is part of the Engineering - Mechanics and Materials Seminar Series series.

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