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WMG Battery School For Industry

WMG Battery School for Industry
17-19th February 2020 | University of Warwick

WMG are pleased to offer this unique Battery School experience, for industry.

Delegates will learn about batteries through lectures and practical sessions at our state-of-the-art battery, materials and pilot line facility - the largest of its kind in the UK.

The Battery School costs £2,100 per delegate, including accommodation and food. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear about current innovative projects over dinner.

Health & Safety risk assessment documents to be issued two weeks prior to event.

Lecture Programme:

  • Industrial/UK Perspective
  • Applications of Batteries
  • Manufacturing of Lithium Batteries
  • Module and Pack Design
  • Instrumenting and Smart Cells
  • Forensic Characterisation
  • Battery Safety and Abuse Testing
  • Battery Characterisation by X-Ray Tomography
  • Electrical Testing and Ageing
  • Predictive Understanding
  • Battery Management Systems
  • End of Life

Hands-on Practical Lab Activities:

  • Microscopy
  • Electrode Mixing and Coating
  • Pouch and Cylindrical Cell Fabrication
  • Cell and Module Testing
  • Forensics

If you require further information please contact:
Carla Shepherd

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Please note, spaces are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

If you require further information please contact:

Carla Shepherd