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  • From: Dr. Tamás Belgya <belgya.tamas AT>
  • To: László Bottyán <bottyan.laszlo AT>
  • Cc: BNC webinar részvevők -- BNC-s Kollégák <bnc-list AT>, BNC Executive Board <bnc_exbo AT>, Fizinfo <fizinfo AT>, KFKI Kampusz Intezetei <intezetek AT>
  • Subject: Re: [Fizinfo] [energiausers] BNC webinár #3 a Li-ion akkumulátorokról
  • Date: Sat, 04 Jul 2020 12:37:36 +0200
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  • Organization: MTA EK

Kedves BLaci!

Felhívom a figyelmed, hogy 2020 júlis 08-án EKBI TT lesz. Ezért még időben jó lenne átütemezni az előadást.

Üdvözlettel, Tamás

On 2020-07-04 09:34, László Bottyán wrote:
Tisztelt Kollégák,

Küldöm a Budapesti Neutron Centrum (BNC) angol nyelvű, a megújuló
energiaforrásokkal, azon belül jelenleg a Li-ion akkumulátorokkal
foglalkozó Zoom webinársorozata következő, a nyári szünet előtti
utolsó előadásának meghívóját.

Előadó: Mikhail Avdeev (Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, JINR, Dubna)
Cím: "Li-ion batteries: Neutron Scattering Results"
Időpont: 2020.07.08. 14:00-14:45 + diszkusszió
Zoom video link: honlapon

Üdvözlettel: Bottyán László

Dear Colleagues, Users, Supporters and Fans of BNC,

We would like to draw your attention to the upcoming webinar No. #3 of the
series organized by the Budapest Neutron Centre (BNC) on the history,
science, development and new trends in the field of Li-ion batteries,
including important contributions from neutron scattering techniques all
over the world.

The webinars are given biweekly by local and international experts
in English on Wednesday afternoons.

The next presentation will be given on:

24 June, 2020   14:00-14:45 + discussion (CEST)  by

Robert Kun (Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest) with the title:

      "Li-ion batteries: New generation Li- and post-Li batteries"

Details on the seminar series, and on how to join the zoom video
sessions up to 30 minutes  before starting the webinar are available
in the 'News'
section of the BNC home page at  Please join the
presentation then the discussions following the webinar. The webinar
videos are recorded and can be played back at

With best regards,  BNC Management

BNC webinars on Li-ion batteries
The future is electric. In the massive migration from fossil to electric,
the availability of capable batteries is a major issue. The need for
efficient batteries - for transport, power and industrial applications -
is growing fast and at an increasing pace. This global movement presents a
huge  challenge to scientists and research institutions.

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019 was awarded jointly to John B.
Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino "for the
development of lithium-ion batteries."  Li-ion is a fairly new comer
in the battery technology. But, at present, it is the best candidate
of general storage of electricity. 
Although the cost per cycle is by now the most beneficial for this type of
battery technology, the energy density, and its present direct cost as
compared to the fossil counterparts leave an enormously wide ground for
future development.

Neutrons, provided by research reactors or spallation neutron sources,
constitute a unique probe to study materials. Beside the methodical
benefits, such large-scale facilities provide excellence-based,
cost-effective access to the cutting edge analytical technologies and
sample environments.

In seeking its optimum and proportional role in this global process, the
Centre for Energy Research Budapest and one of its institutes, the
Budapest Neutron Centre in particular starts a series of webinars on
the science behind the developments in renewable energy. The subject
of the first webinars is Lithium-ion batteries.

BNC Webinar #1:  10 June, 2020   14:00-14:45   Link to Zoom meeting
Laszlo Peter (Wigner RCP, Budapest):
Li-ion batteries: An introduction  - Electrochemistry, structure & function
Link to recorded video:

BNC Webinar #2:  24 June, 2020   14:00-14:45+discussion (CEST)  
Robert Kun (Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest):
      Li-ion batteries: New generation Li- and post-Li batteries
Link to recorded video:

BNC Webinar #3:  8 July, 2020     14:00-14:45+discussion (CEST)  
Mihail Avdeev (Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia):
      Li-ion batteries: Neutron scattering studies
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