GHz nanoscale electrical and dielectric measurements
of the solid-electrolyte interphase
and applications in the battery manufacturing line
EU Research Project NanoBat successfully comes to an end with innovative findings.
Although NanoBat is coming to an end, its Findings will stay with us for the support of the European innovativeness and excellence. See the NanoBat Findings in a nutshell, via 5 movies, including QWED's automated 2D scanner for the imaging of battery anodes and conductive surfaces at 10 GHz.
Press release
The newly developed nanotechnology solutions for optimised battery production and nanoscale testing increases competitiveness of the e-mobility battery sector in Europe
After three intense years of ground-breaking research, the EU research project NanoBat ends with revolutionary solutions for battery production in Europe and beyond. The consortium of 13 academic and industrial partners have jointly developed a novel nanotechnology toolbox for quality testing of Li-on and beyond Lithium batteries with a particular focus on the nanoscale structure of the SEI (solid electrolyte interphase) layer - an electrically insulated layer preventing ongoing electrolyte decomposition and responsible for battery performance and safety. Read more...
The NanoBat project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861962.