“Flexible automated formulation in batteries and inks” by Chemspeed and CPI

The webinar will describe CPI’s flexible and agile approach to automated formulation development and how Chemspeed solutions support in this. Dr Lynn Donlon will present two collaborative R&D projects: Innovate UK-funded collaboration ICE-BATT (Innovative Carbons for Electrodes in Batteries), which aims to optimise battery technology and Horizon 2020-funded Leebed, where we will discuss optimisation of ink formulations for printed electronics. The webinar will also highlight how CPI are utilising automation in combination with statistical approaches, such as design of experiments and principal component analysis to rapidly accelerate formulation development.

About CPI

Established in 2004, CPI is a leading independent technology innovation centre and a founding member of the UK Government’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult.

CPI acts as a catalyst bringing together academia, businesses, government and investors to translate bright ideas and research into the marketplace. We do this by giving our customers access to the right experts, equipment, networks, funding and more – connecting the dots for effective innovation.

We work with our partners across diverse markets in the UK and around the world, driving their innovations forward and helping them to reduce the risk and cost associated with product development.

About the Speaker

Lynn Donlon is a polymer chemist with many years of experience in both industry and academia. She joined CPI in 2016, having previously worked within the upstream Surface Science and Modification Team at Procter & Gamble on technologies to improve the delivery of actives to surfaces. Prior to this she spent 5 years as a Post Doc at Newcastle University, working on a variety of projects including AFM analysis of protein self-assembly in supported lipid bilayers to the use of polymeric substrates within oscillatory chemical reactions. She has a Masters in Chemistry and a Ph.D in Polymer Chemistry from Durham University, UK.

 

Lynn is currently a Principal Scientist specialising in the development of High Throughput methods and technologies for the preparation and analysis of formulated products.


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