Aerosol LIB Synthesis
Aerosol LIB Synthesis revolutionises the synthesis of NMC811, a high-performing nickel-rich cathode material for lithium-ion batteries, surpassing conventional methods in efficiency and sustainability. Using a pioneering aerosol spray pyrolysis reactor design, this single-step, eco-friendly process significantly reduces synthesis time from days to hours, producing zero chemical waste. The resulting NMC811 showcases superior battery performance and longevity. This innovation streamlines production, offering scalable, cost-effective solutions that herald a future of enhanced lithium-ion battery technology and sustainable energy storage.
I am currently in the final stage of my Ph.D. program in Engineering within the Energy Group at the University of Cambridge. My research centers on the aerosol synthesis of cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries. Throughout my doctoral journey, I have undertaken the role of designing innovative reactors aimed at enhancing the efficiency of battery material production. These innovative reactors hold the promise of substantially reducing synthesis durations and refining the overall battery material manufacturing process. Through the streamlining of this synthesis procedure, my work contributes to the progression of sustainable energy storage solutions. moreLinkedIn