The HELIS project will be addressing issues connected with a stability of lithium anode during cycling, with engineering of complete cell and with questions about LSB cells implementation into commercial products (ageing, safety, recycling, battery packs).
The public deliverable and scientific publication covered by “open access” could be downloadable from this web site. The publications are deriving directly from the outputs of the project.
The consortium involves a joint collaboration with multi-disciplinary and complementary experts arriving from 14 partners and 7 European counties: Slovenia, France, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Spain, and Israel.
The calendar that presents future and past events (project meeting, organised workshops and clustering) is provided here and the list of conferences and special sessions during which the project is presented.
The work defined within the project is divided into several work packages and bundled into three major activities: (i) coordination, management and dissemination; (ii) Li-S cell materials development, scale up and modelling, and (iii) Cell and battery pack characterisation.
The project factsheets with presented posters and unscientific articles could be found in this section.