New Summer Course!

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Tue Jun 19 05:34:23 PDT 2012


Hi all --

Fellow labmember, Rainer Fasching,  is teaching a new course on 
electrochemistry!

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Applied Electrochemistry -- Advanced Batteries ME420 - Syllabus, Summer 
2012.

This class is build around applied electrochemistry with focus on energy 
conversion and storage. Basic concepts of electrochemistry are 
presented, of which the fundamentals of electrochemical energy 
conversion/storage are built. Electrochemical methods of energy 
conversion and storage are discussed with emphasis on thescaling behaviors.

Advanced battery concepts/systems and their applications (electrical 
vehicle and grid) will be a main subject of this year. High energy 
density battery technologies (beyond intercalation materials) and the 
influence on nano-structured materials/architecture will be discussed. 
Here the class will focus on challenges, solutions, and future 
perspectives of high capacity materials in closed systems (e.g. Li-ion, 
F-ion, flow batteries) as well as open systems (e.g. Li-air).

In addtion solid-state electrolytes with their potential for all 
solid-state batteries will be introduced this year.

Journals articles and book chapters will be used for in class discussion 
to emphasize on current research and challenges.

Goal of the course:
To introduce you to the fundamentals, modern methods, and current
trends of applied electrochemistry:
Understand the basic concepts of electrochemistry for energy storage
Gain familiarity with advanced battery technologies and current trends
Build confidence and knowledge to deal independently with 
electrochemical problems

Classroom: Will be announced
Time: Tuesday and Thursday
10:00-12:00 AM
Instructor: Rainer Fasching
Building 530, Room 220
Tel: 650-723-0084
Fax: 650-723-5034
Email: _rfasch at stanford.edu <mailto:rfasch at stanford.edu>_ 
<_mailto:rfasch at stanford.edu_>

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