Duration: 01.02.2013 - 31.01.2017

Project management: Dr. Martin Schmuck

Funding: FP7-NMP-2012-LARGE-6; Projektnummer: 309530

Partner: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (GER); CVD Technologies Ltd. CTEC (UK); Beneq Oy (FIN); EADS Deutschland GmbH (GER); Regatron AG (SUI); Tyndall National Institute (IRL); University of Salford (UK); Technical University Dresden (GER); Research Centre for Natural Sciences (HUN); HTM Reetz GmbH (GER); FMP Technology GmbH (GER); Freitaler Geräte- und Werkzeugbau GmbH (GER); Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (SUI); Inventux Technologies AG (GER); Solibro GmbH (GER); SolarPrint Ltd. (IRL); University of Manchester (UK); LayTec in-line GmbH (GER); B-nano Ltd. (ISR); Centre Suisse d Electronique et de Microtechnique (SUI)

The Project focuses on the direct growth of aligned carbon nano-tubes (CNT) on electrode surfaces in a roll-to-roll process (R2R). The CNT material has major potential for use in high capacity batteries (sulphur battery) as well as hybrid capacitors with high power density which have been identified as key components for next generation energy storage systems. To achieve a further substantial increase of the electrode capacity the CNT`s need to be coated by a (low) nano-scale conformal layer which will be provided by AP-ALD.Alternatively, wet chemical infiltration of Li2S or sulphur into the nano-porous structure will be developed for the battery electrode manufacturing.