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.
- Benefit from the insights provided by our keynote speakers: Nobel Prize winner Stan Whittingham, and Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Member of the Committee for Climate Change, Chair of the Carbon Trust and the Henry Royce Institute.
- Hear from CEO Pam Thomas as she outlines her vision of the place the Faraday Institution has in building the UK's position in the global race to an electrified economy.
- Pose questions on Faraday Institution project progress and impact to our Principal Investigators.
- Pick from four cross-cut theme sessions: Discovery and design towards high performance low cost batteries, Towards sustainable batteries, Safety and performance from sensing, prediction and characterisation and Data - challenges and opportunities, as we take a deep dive into some of the best research from around our projects and beyond.
- Explore the networking opportunities to extend the breadth and value of collaboration in the sector across the UK.
- Join in discussion sessions around scientific posters.
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.