Our guest speaker from Aalto University, Professor Tanja Kallio D.Sc. (Tech.) shares her insight into battery technology research, the role of lithium-ion batteries in the green transition, the effects of humidity on manufacturing, and gives a sneak peek of future developments and technologies. This webinar is suitable for electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturers, EV battery researchers, and anyone interested in EV rechargeable batteries.
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Prof. Tanja Kallio, D.Sc. (Tech.), has been appointed as a professor in electrochemistry at the Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering (Finland) in the year 2015. Since then, she has been heading the Group of Electrochemical Energy Conversion, which focuses on the investigation of materials for electrochemical energy conversion and storage devices. Those include lithium-ion batteries, next-generation lithium and sodium batteries, and low-temperature fuel cells and electrolyzers. The core theme is improving the device sustainability by increasing material and operation efficiencies.
She has been working on several national and international projects with research organizations and industry to further the development and adoption of these technologies. Tanja Kallio has published more than 160 journal articles reflecting her interest in material development for electrochemical energy applications.
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