Uppsala Universitet

Sankt Olofsgatan 10 B, 75105  Uppsala, Sweden


Uppsala Universitet (UU), founded in 1477, is the oldest University in the Nordic countries. In all different ranking lists UU is among the top 100 universities in the world. Today, it trains more than 43,000 students, and employs 6,000 people. There are about 2,500 active graduate students; 44% of these are women. Each year, the University awards some 270 doctoral degrees.

The Ångstrom Advanced Battery Centre (ÅABC) is an integral part of the Department of Chemistry – Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University; it is housed within the Ångström Laboratory – one of Europe’s best equipped Materials Research Laboratories. The Centre involves the full-time activities of 35-40 researchers, of whom 8 are Senior Staff and research engineers; the remainders are PhD students and postdocs. It is the leading basic research environments for the development of electrochemical storage materials and advanced battery technology in the Nordic countries. It is publishing more than 20 battery research papers per year. It is a member of ALISTORE-ERI a network of excellence for battery research started more than 10 years ago within FP6. It is a member of SHC (The Swedish Hybrid Vehicle Centre) and of several existing and former FP7 programs.


Main tasks within Sintbat:

Within Sintbat Uppsala University will 1) provide interface characterization using Photoelectron Spectroscopy, con focal Raman Spectroscopy and FTIR to probe the role of different electrolyte compositions on the stability of the silicon SEI; 2) support with stability studies of different model binders synthesized at UU with the goal to establish  new SEI stabilized electrode formulation; 3) support with MD (Molecular Dynamics) and FEA (Finite Element Analysis) modelling of cell morphologies.


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