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Quantitative Imaging of Electrochemical Interfaces Workshop

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Diamond Light Source

Fermi Avenue

Didcot

OX11 0DE

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The Faraday Institution characterisation workshop - kick off meeting

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The Faraday Institution recently selected three UK-based consortia to develop battery-focused characterisation and analytical techniques to provide UK battery researchers with world-leading tools to accelerate the development of their understanding of battery materials, as well as enable scientific breakthroughs that will ultimately improve the performance of electric vehicles (EVs).To kick-off the characterisation projects a workshop will be held at Diamond on the 26th September to outline the projects, the challenges and the methods that will be developed.

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09:00 - Coffee, Diamond House Atrium

09:45-10:00 - Prof Nigel D. Browning, University of Liverpool: Introduction of the Characterisation Projects Aims and Goals

10:00-10:30 - Prof Patrick Unwin, University of Warwick: Correlative Electrochemical Multi-Microscopy: Building an Understanding of Electrochemical Interfaces from Local to Global

10:30-11:00 - Dr B. Layla Mehdi, University of Liverpool: Fundamental Understanding of Application Operando Electron Microscopy in Batteries

11:00–11:30 - Coffee, Diamond House Atrium

11:30-12:00 - Prof Paul Shearing: Correlative Analysis of Electrode Microstructures Using X-ray Imaging Across Multiple Time and Length Scales

12:00-12:30 - Dr Melanie Britton, University of Birmingham: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Batteries: Chemical Visualisation and Experimental Methodology

12:30-13:30 - Lunch, Diamond House Atrium

13:30-14:00 - Dr Alex Cowan, University of Liverpool: Advanced Vibrational Spectroelectrochemical Techniques to Study Electrode Interfaces within Lithium-Ion Batteries

14:00-14:30 - Prof Nigel D Browning, University of Liverpool: Compressed Sensing methods for high resolution imaging of beam sensitive materials and processes

14:30-15:00 - Dr Matthias Ehrhardt, University of Bath: 1 + 1 > 2? Getting More Out of Multi-Modality Imaging

15:00-15:30 - Coffee, Diamond House Atrium

15:30-16:00 - Prof Philip Withers, University of Manchester: Advanced Methods for Site Specific Correlative Microscopy

16:00-16:30 - Dr Robert Weatherup, University of Manchester: What Lies Beneath? Probing Buried Interfaces in Working Batteries

16:30-17:00 - Dr Sian E Dutton, University of Cambridge: The Development of High-Resolution Optical Microscopies to Evaluate Structural Transformations and Dynamics in Battery Electrodes

17:00 - Final Remarks from Dr Nigel D Browning, University of Liverpool

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