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Battery Application and Energy Storage

Lecture

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This is a joint evening lecture at IMechE: Four presentations will cover battery technology and applications.

Date and Time

11 April 2018 - 17:30-20:30

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - London local network.


About this event

There will be four presentations covering battery technology and its applications ranging from Car usage to Energy storage.

Jon Salkeld from BP will cover the Energy operator's view of battery technology applications in the future.

Shelley Brown from Johnson Matthey will talk about extraction of materials for batteries and creation of battery pack systems for automotive use. 

Dr Billy Wu from Imperial College will cover upscaling battery technologies – From material science to pack engineering.

Dr T Weier from Dresden University and Prof P Davidson from Cambridge University will cover the new Liquid Metal Technologies for battery applications for energy storage.

Programme

Evening Lecture: 17:30 start

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