SIRE Achievements Highlighted at International Electrochemistry Conference

The Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy (SIRE) was recently represented at the International Society of Electrochemistry’s 37th Topical Meeting held in Stresa, Italy, from June 9th to 12th2024.

The image credit to: University of Liverpool / McCoy Wynne

The theme of the conference was ‘‘Electrochemical Energy Storage Technologies for a Greener and More Sustainable Future Society,’’ featuring oral presentations and posters on advances in lithium- and beyond lithium-based batteries, as well as developments in electrolyser and fuel cell technologies for hydrogen production and conversion.

Professor Laurence Hardwick, the director of SIRE, was invited to give a talk on the application of Raman spectroscopy for studying battery interfaces. Laurence highlighted how this technique has deepened our understanding of these highly dynamic interfaces, showcasing work by several researchers in SIRE and international collaborators. Read more