Projekty Large-area All-Solid-State batteries (ASSB)

Large-area All-Solid-State batteries (ASSB) manufactured by magnetron sputtering with ALD buffer layers
Nazwa projektuEngineering and technology

01Project description

The project aims to develop large area all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries (ASSB) using two innovative approaches, which will lead to improved performance.
A novel dual-deposition technique will be used to fabricate electrolyte layer with high Li-ion conductivity and proper stoichiometry. Furthermore, new mixed-oxide buffer nanolayers with various metal proportions will be deposited using the ALD technique in order to improve the electrode/electrolyte interface. The applicability of the proposed ASSB structure will be tested in large-scale (15 cm x 15 cm) to achieve high capacities and energy densities.
The aim of the task carried out in CBRTP is development of the fabrication process of the buffer nanolayers using the ALD technique, computer aided design of new reactor chamber and its internal components geometries for further industrialization of the project and experimental verification of the effects of the designed elements.
The project will be implemented by a scientific and industrial consortium consisting of the Sieć Badawcza Łukasiewicz – Instytut Mikroelektroniki i Fotoniki (project leader), IZTECH Institute (project coordinator Turkey), Centrum Badań i Rozwoju Technologii dla Przemysłu S.A. (consortium member), KOC University (consortium member Turkey), TEKNOMA (consortium member Turkey).
Project co-financed by the National Centre for Research and Development under the program selected in M-ERA.NET 3 Call 2021 in accordance with the project co-financing agreement number

02Members of the scientific and industrial consortium

- Sieć Badawcza Łukasiewicz – Instytut Mikroelektroniki i Fotoniki - project leader
- IZTECH Institute (Turkey) -project coordinator
- Centrum Badań i Rozwoju Technologii dla Przemysłu S.A.
- KOC Universtity (Turkey)
- TEKNOMA (Turkey)

03Project data

Implementation period: 01.07.2022 – 30.06.2025
Total eligible amount of the project: 1 570 258,80 PLN
Grant amount: 1 467 411,44 PLN