Author Archives: Argonne National Laboratory

  • JCESR lays foundation for safer, longer-lasting batteries

      This article was authored by Anna Marie Tomczyk and first published by Argonne National Laboratory.   Electricity storage in batteries is in ever increasing demand for smartphones, laptops, cars and the power grid. Solid-state batteries are among the most promising … Read More

  • Studies with single-crystal electrodes can speed up design of new battery systems

      This article was authored by Joseph E. Harmon and first published by Argonne National Laboratory.   The diamonds and other crystals on view in science museum exhibits are a delight to the eye. What contributes to their sometimes dazzling geometric … Read More

  • 2019 JCESR Impactful Publication Award Winners

    The inaugural JCESR Publishing Awards for CY2019 were presented to postdocs and graduate students in recognition of their research publication efforts on April 9, 2020, at the first-ever virtual JCESR Full Program Meeting. The awards were initiated in September 2019 to celebrate “ideal” papers and … Read More

  • A Message from JCESR Director George Crabtree

    Despite the coronavirus challenges, JCESR continues to push the frontier of energy storage science as we telecommute from home, like much of the nation. We are turning our attention to computation, data analysis and paper writing which continues at a normal or higher pace, enabled … Read More

  • You’re invited: Idaho National Laboratory and JCESR webinar on energy storage (March 18 )

    Electrification is changing the energy landscape of the Mountain West region. While energy storage remains a key enabler to this transformation, infrastructure upgrade and supply chain development will be a key driver for this new economy. Join us on March 18 for a webinar where we’ll … Read More

  • JCESR renewed for another five years

      This article was authored by Joseph E. Harmon and first published by Argonne National Laboratory.   The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced its decision to renew the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), a DOE Energy Innovation … Read More