We invite any UK-based academic, anybody working in industry, government or policy in the UK battery space, and selected overseas industry and academic partners to SAVE THE DATE for this year’s Faraday Institution Conference: 17-18 November 2021. The theme of this year’s conference is Battery Research & Innovation for a Sustainable Future.
Over 900 members of the UK’s battery research and innovation community joined us for our successful 2020 annual conference. Read their comments about the event here.
The conference programme will be announced shortly:
Benefit from the insights provided by our keynote speakers: Nobel Prize winner Stan Whittingham, and Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Member of the Committee for Climate Change, Chair of the Carbon Trust and the Henry Royce Institute.
Hear from CEO Pam Thomas as she outlines her vision of the place the Faraday Institution has in building the UK’s position in the global race to an electrified economy.
Pose questions on Faraday Institution project progress and impact to our Principal Investigators.
Pick from four cross-cut theme sessions: Discovery and design towards high performance low cost batteries, Towards sustainable batteries, Safety and performance from sensing, prediction and characterisation and Data – challenges and opportunities, as we take a deep dive into some of the best research from around our projects and beyond.
Explore the networking opportunities to extend the breadth and value of collaboration in the sector across the UK.
Join in discussion sessions around scientific posters.
The main conference on the 17-18th November will sit alongside an early career researcher day on the 16th November, which is a closed-door event for Faraday Institution researchers.
We look forward to you joining us at our event. Registrations will open in September 2021.
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