Thermo Fisher Webinar
Date/Time: Wednesday, June 23 at 11 AM EDT
Title: 3D Imaging of Lithium-ion Batteries
Advances in 3D imaging with x-rays and electron microscopes are enabling scientists and engineers to improve failure analysis and better understand the relationship between performance and structure. A detailed understanding how the 3D structure impacts the performance and how this structure changes upon cycling, is needed to optimize current battery designs and to develop next-generation battery materials.
In this webinar, attendees will learn from case studies about:
Udo de VriesGrowth & Strategy Director, Waygate Technologies Industrial Radiography
Udo de Vries works as a growth & strategy director for Waygate Technologies Industrial Radiography and in addition leads battery customer sales. After 10 years in the aviation and space business, Udo started with GE in 2008 in leadership roles in energy, renewable energy, and GE corporate. His work included the areas of business development, product line, and operations. Udo also led merger and acquisition integrations. For three years, Udo was directing sales for GE being stationed in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Herman LemmensMarket Development Manager Industry, ThermoFisher Scientific
Herman Lemmens is market development manager industry for Thermo Fisher Scientific. His main focus is developing imaging and analysis workflows for the metals and energy industries. These workflows typically involve imaging at different length scales, both in 2D and 3D, and linking the results together with dedicated software. He served as distinguished lecturer for the SPE and distinguished speaker for the SPWLA on the topic of multi-scale imaging and analysis.
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