Solutions for Battery Characterization, Production and Testing
Virtual
Seminar
Scheduled

Solutions for Battery Characterization, Production and Testing

Virtual
Seminar
Scheduled

Hosted in Collaboration with C&EN


Presented in Collaboration with:



Who Should Attend:

  • Battery scientists
  • Product developers
  • Energy storage researchers
  • Quality control  advocates
  • Electric vehicle researchers
  • Anyone interested in learning about solutions for the future of battery manufacturing!

The demand for rechargeable lithium ion batteries is growing fast and as a result, manufacturers have to meet challenging requirements for production quality and further development of batteries. METTLER TOLEDO's extensive portfolio of analytical characterization solutions for the laboratory and automated precision scales for manufacturing, support quality assurance (QA) development and quality control (QC) procedures of battery production. Our innovative laboratory and industrial solutions support the various steps in the battery value chain – from the testing of raw materials and battery components, to production and final quality control.

This webinar provides instrumental applications based on the following fields of battery value chain: electrolyte analysis, cathode and anode testing, separator analysis and testing and production.
 

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Analytical instrumentation applications for the entire value chain of lithium ion batteries.
  • Mitigating risk associated with battery failure.
  • Researching the behavior of new battery components 
Brian N. Turner, Ph.D.
Danielle W. Kimmel, Ph.D.
Jen Butler
1 hour(s)
Thu Jan 13 2022 16:00 +0000 [ English ]

Brian N. Turner, Ph.D.
Business Development
Thermal Analysis and Materials Characterization


Dr. Turner is originally from Cleveland, OH, but he now lives with his wife and two children near Providence, RI. Previously, he was a member of the METTLER TOLEDO technical and applications support group in Columbus, OH. He holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Dayton and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Vanderbilt University. Brian has published work in the areas of gold-based nanomaterials, materials printing, and electrochemistry.

Danielle W. Kimmel, Ph.D.
Technical Market Analyst
Thermal Analysis and Materials Characterization 


Dr. Kimmel is originally from Louisville, KY. She holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Louisville and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Vanderbilt University. Before coming to METTLER TOLEDO, Danielle was a research professor working on malaria diagnostics. She has published work in the areas of cellular metabolics, infectious diseases, and diagnostic enhancements. 

Jen Butler
Instrument Sales Specialist
Analytical Chemistry 
 


Jen Butler is an instrument specialist with METTLER TOLEDO in the Analytical Chemistry division based in San Francisco. She supports customers in a wide range of market segments including battery manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, food and wine producers, chemical testing, and refineries. She has a Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University.

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