CIC EnergiGUNE offers a PhD thesis position: Novel in operando and ex situ non-destructive battery analytical development. In order to facilitate rapid battery development, it is critical to establish a good understanding of the mechanisms and processes which determine performance.This project will establish an enhanced approach to characterisation by coupling Thermal Imaging (TI) and Raman spectroscopy (RS), thereby enabling a greater depth of information to be obtained (both in situ and ex situ). Initially, work will focus on continuing the development of both tools through validation with model cells and components – particularly solid-state systems. Subsequently, this non-destructive analytical tool (NDA) will be deployed and used for a wider range of applications – generating impact in battery research and analysis, and supporting development in general.


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