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ECS Detroit Section: From Atoms to Devices – Multiscale Modeling the interfaces in Solid-State Batteries

Date(s):
August 23, 2023
Venue:
Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc.
35555 W 12 Mile RD
Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3139 
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Topic

With the rapid development of fast Li-ion conductors, the major bottleneck for all-solid-state Li-ion batteries lies in the high interfacial resistance and Li dendrite growth. These problems require a fundamental understanding of the interfaces where charge transfer reactions occur and electrochemistry, physics, and solid mechanics are coupled. This talk focuses on the new mechanistic understanding obtained by the recently developed density functional theory (DFT) informed multi-scale modeling approaches. The interface potential drop, contact area loss, lithium dendrite growth mechanisms, and dynamics interface evolution during plating and stripping are discussed.

Student poster awards
Students are encouraged to present posters. Up to three posters will be presented at the event. The first three students contacting the section at ecs.detroit.rsvp@gmail.com about presenting their work receive USD $100 and one year of free access to ECS Detroit Section events.


Fee: USD $20

Schedule
1800h Posters and Dinner
1900h Speaker

Need assistance? Contact ecs.detroit.rsvp@gmail.com 

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