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Solid-state rechargeable lithium batteries for telecommunication and portable electronic devices

Funding: 2001: $60,234
2002: $74,080
2003: $63,922

Project Member(s): Wang, G.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC SPIRT Grant)

Start year: 2001

Summary: The aims of the research are to develop solid state rechargeable lithium polymer batteries and thin film microbatteries for telecommunications and for miniature electronic devices. The significance of this project is to develop advanced solid-state rechargeable technology and to stimulate advanced battery manufacture in Australia. The expected outcomes will be to produce prototype lithium polymer batteries for cellular phones, notebook computers and palm computers. Thin-film microbatteries will also be fabricated using a pulsed laser ablation technique.

FOR Codes: Materials Engineering