Laboratory of Physical and Chemical Processes in Post-Lithium-Ion Current Sources

Opened at the Institute of Arctic Technologies.
Research interests: development of a new generation of batteries with significantly improved technical characteristics: increased energy content — more than 500 W·h/kg (today's level is less than 250 W·h/kg) and increased power that provides discharge currents of more than 1,000 A/kg and the same fast charging. At the same time, one of the key criteria is a significant reduction in the cost of the production process. Besides, one of the primary tasks is to expand the operating temperatures from -60 to 200°C, including for use in the Arctic. Batteries resistant to mechanical impacts, such as punctures, crumples, and short circuit are also being developed. This reflects the current requirements for products used in special-purpose equipment. On the instructions of the space industry, energy storage technologies for ultra-low temperatures — below -100°C — are being created

Dina Fattakhova-Rohlfing

Head of Laboratory