Battery Testing Workshop – London, 15/11/18
Join us for a one day workshop about battery testing on Thursday 15th November 2018 at UCL, London.
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Battery Testing Workshop
This workshop is for those working in battery research and development. Find out more about the technologies and techniques available for battery testing and analysis:
Focussing on battery testing in R&D to improve capacity, discharge rates and cycle life, the workshop will discuss best practices in:
- High accuracy DC measurement techniques
eg cyclic voltammetry and constant-current charge-discharge with optional voltage hold.
- Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) tests
Including the comparison of Galvanostatic EIS and Potentiostatic EIS in diagnostics and the complexities that can arise.
- Advanced understanding of the electrochemical system
The potentiostat, cable and software – for improved experiment design and confidence in your results.
There will be talks and presentations in the morning, followed by hands-on demonstrations in the afternoon. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Talks and Presentations
The full list of invited speakers is to be confirmed – currently there will be presentations from:
- Dr Carmen Murphy, Johnson Matthey
- Dr Gareth Hinds, NPL
- Dr John Harper, Ametek
- Dr Rob Sides, Ametek
- … plus more invited speakers TBC
Learn about new technology from specialists at Solartron Analytical and Princeton Applied Research, including:
- Battery cycler technology currently under development.
- New PMC-200 module for the PARSTAT MC, which doubles the capacity of each module with two potentiostats per card.
Hands On Demonstrations
There’s no better way to learn about testing techniques than trying them out for yourself. Small group demonstrations in the afternoon will give you the opportunity to see the testing process and results, and ask any questions you may have.
Potentiostat/ galvanostat/FRA with more functionality as standard than any other in its class.
Solartron EnergyLab XM
Electrochemical impedance workstation designed specifically for battery research.
Register online with our quick form. All are welcome and there’s no charge to attend. However, spaces are limited so registration is required.
The workshop will be held in London at UCL in the Christopher Ingold Building.
If you have any questions, just get in touch: