PhD position – Developement of NMR-based protocols for analysis of lithium metal batteries • Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH • Münster Germany.
|Time Span||as soon as possible for 3 years|
|Application Deadline||04 Jan 2021|
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|Description||Batteries move our world and are ubiquitous – they start the engine of our cars, they move the hands of your clocks and allow us to take pictures with our cell phones. The Helmholtz Institute Münster for Ionics in Energy Storage as part of the Institute of Energy and Climate research focusses on electrolyte research as a key area for future battery concepts. Major research activities comprise the design, synthesis, characterization and processing of more sophisticated battery electrolytes and chemistries. Our institute operates as a branch office of Forschungszentrum Jülich in close cooperation with the University of Münster and RWTH Aachen University, in this way fostering joint research efforts while promoting this important forward-looking field of electrochemical energy storage.
We are looking to recruit a
PhD position – Developement of NMR-based protocols for analysis of lithium metal batteries
Electrochemical storage devices for mobile and stationary applications will play an increasingly important role in the future. The main focus of research and development comprises the increase of power and energy density as well as service life and environmental friendliness of batteries. A promising approach of current research is to enhance the reversible capacity and efficiency of lithium metal-based batteries by controlling lithium losses and the distribution of Li deposits depending on electrochemical or operational parameters. Your tasks in detail:
– Further development of NMR based strategies for the determination of Li species in cells
Place of employment: Münster
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