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Lithium-sulfur batteries: mechanism, modelling and materials
Wednesday 26th April 2017 - Thursday 27th April 2017£300 - £450
Registration: £300 (students), £450 (non-students)
Venue: IET London, Savoy Place
Building on the success of 2016’s event, The 2nd Li-SM3 conference will again bring together the world’s leading academics, scientists and engineers to discuss the priority areas of Lithium Sulfur rechargeable battery chemistry research. Organised by Imperial College London and OXIS Energy, with the support of the Joint Center for Energy Research (JCESR), it will begin with an introduction to the chemistry for newcomers and highlights of the key challenges, followed by dedicated sessions on each key topic. A poster session and a conference dinner are also included.
The 2017 Li-SM3 conference is convened by Mark Wild (OXIS Energy), George Crabtree (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) and Greg Offer (Imperial College London).
To find out more about the conference, click through to its website here.