CNST Seminar Series
Vladimir P. Oleshko
Materials Science and Engineering, U. of Maryland, College Park and Materials Science and Engineering Division, NIST
In this talk, fundamental aspects of electrochemistry and current status of Li-S battery research will be discussed. Lightweight rechargeable Li-S batteries are regarded as an attractive candidate technology for emerging applications in transportation, portable electronics, communications, cordless power tools, etc. It is expected that Li-S batteries with the specific capacity ~ 6 times higher than for Li-ion technology will be commercially available by 2020-2025. Key challenges of the Li-S batteries to overcome and recently proposed solutions for designing of high-energy density long-life Li-S batteries will be outlined.
Start Date: Monday, April 7, 2014 01:30 PM
End Date: Monday, April 7, 2014 02:30 PM
Location: 1:30PM, Bldg. 217 Rm. H107
Jabez McClelland, 301-975-3721