Solid State Ionics 2024

Sponsor Space

rhd instruments – your electrochemistry partner

Since 10 years, our team at rhd instruments has been working on the development of high-quality test cells and powerful software packages focusing on facilitating and accelerating electrochemistry experiments. Our team members combine know-how with a passion for innovation to deliver high-value solutions. Our goal is to accelerate and standardize research in energy storage and conversion field. You want to learn how you can perform electrochemistry measurements with small sample amounts under precise and fast temperature and pressure control? Or you want to be introduced into the world of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy? Then please visit our booth.”


NEXTRON – Micro Probe System

Micro Probe System is suitable for analyzing the Electrical & Optical properties of the materials. Its advantage is the in-situ measurement of the electrical and optical properties under various environmental conditions; Vacuum, Temperature, Gas Flow, Humidity, Light Irradiation, and X-ray.


Huber Scientific – Novel measurement solutions

Huber Scientific develops novel experimental setups and solutions for cutting-edge research in the fields of electrochemistry and solid state ionics. Our innovative experimental setups enable completely new experiments by combining different, complementary methods such as voltage-controlled tracer exchange, homogeneously heated microelectrodes and the characterization of symmetrical cells with an optional solid-state reference electrode.


Bruker – High-Value Life Science and Material Research and Diagnostics Solutions

Bruker AXS develops and manufactures analytical X-ray systems for elemental analysis, materials research, structural investigations, and quality control. Bruker AXS offers a wide range of products, such as X-ray diffractometers, X-ray fluorescence spectrometers, X-ray microscopes, optical emission spectrometers, and gas analysers. Bruker AXS also provides software, accessories, and services to support its customers in a wide range of markets, including the energy storage sector. Bruker AXS is part of the Bruker Corporation, a global leader in scientific instrumentation and solutions.


RSC – World’s leading organisation for chemical sciences research and education

The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes over 50 world-leading journals that span the core chemical sciences and related fields. Known for rigorous, fair peer review and fast publication times, our journals publish the best science, from original research articles to authoritative reviews.
From submission to peer review to publication, fellow scientists will take you through our publishing process. Their experience helps to ensure that your work becomes available rapidly in journals that provide high quality context for your research. Publishing offices around the globe, including in the UK, USA, China, Japan, Brazil, India and Germany, support our international authors, reviewers and readers.


The Faraday Institution – Powering Britain’s Battery Revolution

The Faraday Institution is the UK’s independent institute for electrochemical energy storage research, skills development, market analysis, and early-stage commercialisation. Bringing together expertise from universities and industry, the Faraday Institution endeavours to make the UK the go-to place for the research and development of new electrical storage technologies for both the automotive and wider relevant sectors. Its research programme is defined by industry need and delivered by a consortia of 27 UK universities and 50 businesses – including 500 researchers. Technical targets include reducing battery cost, weight, and volume; improving performance and reliability; and developing whole-life strategies including recycling and reuse. It is a delivery partner for the Faraday Battery Challenge.


PRX Energy – Physical Review Journals

PRX Energy is a highly selective, Open Access journal publishing multidisciplinary energy science and technology research spanning physics, chemistry, materials, engineering, biology, environmental studies, and policy.
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