Sofía Raviolo, Research Fellow in POLITO, one of our consortium members, presented a poster entitled NEXTCELL Project: Development of new-generation Lithium-Ion Batteries at the 37th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry. This poster was developed with the support of other POLITO members (an institution that leads NEXTCELL’s work package about Electrochemical characterization, and thermal, ageing and safety tests), such as Federico Bella, Silvia Bodoardo, Carlotta Francia, and Sabrina Trano.

The International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), founded in 1949 by leading European and American electrochemists, aims to advance electrochemical science and technology, disseminate knowledge, and promote international cooperation. It includes around 3000 individual members and over 20 corporate members from more than 70 countries, organised into 40 regional sections. As a non-profit organisation based in Lausanne, Switzerland, ISE collaborates with IUPAC and hosts significant annual and topical meetings attended by hundreds of electrochemists. These events, held in different countries, focus on the latest developments in areas such as new materials, sensor technology, energy storage, and environmental technologies.