Dalhousie University, Canada
Ines is PhD student in Dr. Jeff Dahn's lab at Dalhousie University. She has obtained an MSc in Physics where she studied Ni-rich cathode materials for Li-ion batteries and the industrial process of washing impurities from these materials. Before that, she obtained her B.Eng in Electrical Engineering. Currently she is studying the mechanical properties of cathode materials and how they can be very revealing of electrochemical performance.
What inspired your design?
This design is inspired by both the mesmerizing vibrancy of indigenous Australian dot art and the equally beautiful but perplexing atomic structure of typical cathode and anode active materials in Li-ion cells. When attending this conference, I would be a visitor to Australia and I wanted to pay homage to the art form of the people of the land which we will be gathering upon for this meeting. And merge it with what is gathering us all—exploring lithium batteries! I'm a believer that scientific inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places; after all, the iconic Sydney Opera House architectural design was inspired by an orange! I hope that this design inspires the attendees to arrive in Australia with an open mind ready for learning and innovating."
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