The theme of this year's conference is Battery Research & Innovation for a Sustainable Future.
More than 900 members of the UK's battery research and innovation community joined the 2020 annual conference.
The first day gives PhD researchers and Faraday Institution Research Fellows the opportunity to present their work. This will be a closed-door event just for Faraday Institution researchers.
The second two day is an open event for any UK-based academic, anybody working in industry, government or policy in the UK battery space, and selected overseas industry and academic partners.
The main conference on the 17-18 November will sit alongside an early career researcher day on the 16 November, which is a closed-door event for Faraday Institution researchers.
Registrations will open in September 2021.