On slate in February at Bio-Logic: PlugVolt EIS webinars
- Advanced Battery EIS Tutorial Course 1/2: How to Ensure the Quality of Your EIS Measurements. Wednesday, February 06, 2019 | 10:00 A.M. EDT USA
- Advanced Battery EIS Tutorial Course 2/2: Monitoring Battery Resistance Parameters as a Function of SoH and SoC. Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | 10:00 A.M. EDT USA
Click on the following link to register: http://plugvolt.com/
In February, Dr. Nicolas Murer, a leading expert in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) will present a series of webinars, in conjunction with PlugVolt. These presentations will help users working in both fields of applied and fundamental battery research optimize their EIS experiments by obtaining high-quality measurements as well as monitoring battery resistance parameters as a function of State of Health (SoH) and State of Charge (SoC).
The first webinar will explain which techniques to use and when. Dr. Murer will cover key themes in this training module such as GEIS (current-controlled EIS) and PEIS (potential-controlled EIS) techniques, describing their relative advantages and disadvantages as well as explaining how to optimize EIS measurements by choosing the right measurement technique for your experiment.
Another key theme covered by the webinar is the importance of linearity and stationarity of a system in EIS experiments. Dr. Murer will present key tools such as quality indicators, and demonstrate their value in the webinar.
The second webinar will cover indicators that accurately reflect the SoC and SoH of a battery as a single cell or in packs. Battery parameters related to resistance are excellent candidates for such indicators. AC and DC methods can be used to determine resistance. The DC method is fast and simple, but it gives a composite parameter, whereas the AC method is more advanced and gives complete parameters. After giving examples of data on single cells, we will present three-electrode, battery packs, and modules measurements.
This webinar will focus on the following key topics:
Obtaining battery parameters via DC and AC methods
• The pros and cons of each method
• How these parameters can be used to indicate SoC and SoH
• Data examples
• Three-electrode single cell and measurements on battery pack or module
About Dr. Nicolas Murer
Dr. Nicolas Murer is a Product Manager and Applications Engineer at Bio-Logic SAS, France, which designs and manufactures high-performance research-grade instrumentation and software : potentiostats/galvanostats with built-in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), Battery Cyclers, Frequency Response Analyzers for materials analysis, and scanning probe electrochemical workstations. Nicolas received his engineering diploma from the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble in electrochemistry and materials in 2003. He then received his Ph.D. at the Université de Bourgogne in 2008.
PlugVolt promotes and fosters joint development efforts in advancing battery and alternative energy storage technologies for medical, military, consumer, industrial, transportation, grid and stationary storage markets.
The company offers routine educational battery seminars in North America, and interactive professional webinars (online web-based seminars) focusing on core technical issues and commercial aspects, as well as market forecasts, for batteries and energy storage systems. These Webinars on Energy Storage Systems can be attended from any computer with a good internet connection, offering ultimate convenience and ease of access.