The demand for sustainable and efficient energy storage solutions is greater than ever before.
As the demand for electric vehicles and the storage of renewable energy is growing, the battery industry and academic institutes are continually advancing and pushing the limits of what is possible.
Bruker is leading this innovation, offering cutting-edge technologies and solutions for battery research and manufacturing.
This webinar presents the recent developments in Bruker's technology and how this can be utilized for battery performance optimization and cost reduction, as well as progress toward a cleaner energy future.
Join the expert discussion as they discuss the world of batteries and how Bruker is shaping its future.
This webinar presents various technologies applied to battery research and production, including NMR, AFM, MS, EPR, FTIR, XRF, XRD, XRM, EDS, RAMAN, and EBSD.
This webinar is suitable for the following:
- Battery manufacturers
- Academic institutions
- Research and development organizations
- Electrochemical and analytical chemistry organizations
- Material science organizations
- Government agencies involved in sustainability and renewable energy
- Testing laboratories involved in battery research and development
- Battery technology experts and engineers
- Investors interested in the battery market
Ph.D. Andrea Steck - Principal Scientist at Bruker BioSpin (Ettlingen, Germany)
Andrea joined Bruker Biospin Germany in 2010 to work in contract services, then moved into food profiling development as Quality Manager (ISO-17025). Andrea is responsible for supporting, developing, and driving AIC-DEV projects as Principal Scientist.
Andrea attained a Ph.D. in Chemistry at TU Munich. She has extensive experience in NMR pulse sequence development and structure elucidation (Berne, Switzerland), as well as in leading an analytical (NMR/MS/IR) lab in the big pharmaceutical industry (Vienna, Austria).
Following this, and before her first role at Bruker Biospin, Andrea joined Bruker Austria as Manager Pursuant to Trade Law, and was responsible for contract services and customer acquisition.
Hugues Guérault - Application Manager at Bruker Advanced X-Ray Solutions (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Hugues joined Bruker in 2002 as an Application Scientist. Currently, he is leading the Bruker AXS application team and manages the application labs globally regarding customer training and equipment demonstrations.
Hugues attained a Ph.D. in Material Science from Le Mans University in France. He subsequently completed post-doctoral research at the University of Leuven in Belgium. Hugues has over 25 years of experience in material characterization using X-Ray diffraction.
Ph.D. Peter De Wolf - Senior Director AFM Technology Development & Applications at Bruker Nano Surfaces & Metrology, Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Peter joined Bruker after completing his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University Leuven & IMEC, Belgium, in 1998. This research focused on the development of novel AFM characterization methods.
He is the author and co-author of more than 40 publications regarding property characterization via AFM. Peter is also the co-inventor of multiple AFM methods. In his current role, Peter is responsible for developing, driving, and leveraging new technology and applications for Bruker’s AFM Instrumentation.
Ph.D. Bob Galvin, FRSC - Vice President BAMS at Bruker Daltonics, London, UK
Bob joined Bruker in 2012, having held various executive positions since then. He attained a Ph.D. that focused on utilizing mass spectrometry to study novel catalytic reactions. Bob has continued to be involved in this technology.
Rebecca Keller - Scientific Content Creator at Bruker Scientific LLC (Billerica, MA, USA)
Rebecca joined Bruker Scientific in 2022 to support scientific content creation for research and academia, as well as applied markets. She has extensive experience in creating content for chemistry e-learning platforms, enabling her to effectively present complex concepts with precision and clarity.
Rebecca attained a degree in Chemistry at the University of Oregon in 2019. Since graduation, she has sought to create content across multiple platforms to improve scientific communication.
Michele Gironda - Head of Global Segment Management at Bruker Nano Analytics (Berlin, Germany)
Michele joined Bruker in 2017, following Bruker’s acquisition of XGLab, where he was the Director of Sales and Marketing.
As Head of Global Segment Management in Nano Analytics, Michele manages global activities for the key strategic market segments in collaboration with sales, marketing, application, and product managers.
Michele attained a master’s degree in Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and Universitat Politecnica de la Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain.