Center for Electrolyte-Electrode Interface Science (CEEIS)

Project: Research project

Project Details


The Center for Electrolyte-Electrode Interface Science (CEEIS) seeks to develop a rational approach to understand, design, and synthesize solid/solid electrolyte/electrode interfaces that exhibit both functionality and robust stability at the extreme potentials required for next-generation electrochemical energy storage. The scientific foundations that are needed to enable next generation solid-state batteries will be explored through two integrated goals concerning solid electrolytes and their interfaces:

(1) Understand the intrinsic molecular-scale structures, mechanisms and instabilities that control electron and ion exchange at electrode-electrolyte interfaces.
(2) Define the elementary structure-function relationships and create interlayer structures that maintain robust stability and functionality.
Effective start/end date8/1/185/31/21


  • UChicago Argonne, LLC, Argonne National Laboratory (8J-30009//8J-30009-0009A-0009E)
  • Department of Energy (8J-30009//8J-30009-0009A-0009E)


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