McGill Alert / Alerte de McGill

Updated: Thu, 07/18/2024 - 18:12

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.

Collaborations

The lab is fortunate to have numerous collaborators from both academic and industrial research partners.

Industrial Partners

The following partnerships have, to date, led to 5 patents and 7 published articles:

Hydro-Québec: The study of halide solid electrolytes in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence at Hydro-Québec (2023 -).

Umicore: The development of advanced layered oxide cathodes for both Li and Na-ion batteries with a world leader in cathode manufacturing (2023 -).

Medtronic: From 2022-2024, we collaborated with Medtronic to develop safe high power anodes for Li-ion batteries for implantable medical devices.

Samsung: From 2021-2024, we collaborated with the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology to design both high voltage cathodes for Li-ion batteries and deformable solid electrolytes for all-solid Li batteries.

Nemaska Lithium: From 2019-2021. we collaborated with Nemaska Lithium to determine potential consequences of contaminants arising from recycling of Li-ion cathodes.

Academic/research centers

Our large amount of experimental data serves many purposes including asking a lot of fundamental questions. We have numerous computational/theoretical collaborators that we are indeed very fortunate to work with including R. Khaliullin (McGill), K. Bevan (McGill), K. Ghuman (INRS), and Y. Bengio (MILA).

We also have numerous active collaborations with experimental research groups including those of Profs. Mauzeroll, Perepichka, and Bergthorson at McGill, and have worked (and/or are working) with research centres around the world including CLS, SLAC, APS, and the group of S. Trabesinger at PSI.

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