BNC to host new webinar series on Li-ion batteries
8 JUN 2020
The Budapest Neutron Centre (BNC) has organised a new webinar series on the history, science, development and new trends in the field of Li-ion batteries, including the important contributions from neutron scattering techniques all over the world.
The webnars will be given biweekly by local and international experts, in English, starting next Wednesday, 10 June, 2020, at 14:00 CET.
Details on the seminars and on how to join the Zoom video sessions up to 30 minutes before the sessions are available on the BNC website.
All are invited to join the presentation and the discussions following the webinar.
Webinar #1: 10 June, 2020 14:00-14:45+discussion (CEST)
László Péter (Wigner RCP, Budapest): Li-ion batteries: An introduction – Electrochemistry, structure & function
Webinar #2: 24 June, 2020 14:00-14:45+discussion (CEST)
Róbert Kun (Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest): Li-ion batteries: New trends
Webinar #3: 8 July, 2020 14:00-14:45+discussion (CEST) Link to video meeting
Mihail Avdeev (Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia): Li-ion batteries: Neutron scattering studies
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