Inc 1 - Solid-State Ionics

There is a major need for solid-state ionic conductors that have sufficient performance, address the mechanical issues intrinsic to current ceramic ion conductors and that can be manufactured in a scalable and cost-effective process. Primary objective for the project Inc 1 — Design and Discovery of Novel Solid-State Ionic Conductors — is the accelerated discovery of novel materials with improved ionic conductivity and that are electrochemically stable.  Li-ion conductors are targeted first, with Na-ion conductors as possible follow-ups.

Group Leaders

Teodoro Laino
Group leader
IBM, Rüschlikon
Nicola Marzari
Director
EPFL, Lausanne
Daniele Pergolesi
Group leader, Inc1
PSI, Villigen PSI
Claire Villevieille
Group leader
PSI, Villigen PSI

Members

Postdoc, Inc1
PSI, Villigen PSI
Senior Researcher, Inc1
IBM, Rüschlikon
Federico Zipoli
Senior Researcher, Inc1
IBM, Rüschlikon
Postdoc, Inc1
EPFL, Lausanne
Senior researcher, Inc1
IBM, Rüschlikon
Leonid Kahle
PhD student, Inc1
EPFL, Lausanne
Aris Marcolongo
Postdoc, Inc1
IBM, Rüschlikon
Antimo Marrazzo
PhD student, Inc1
EPFL, Lausanne
Giuliana Materzanini
Postdoc, Inc1
EPFL, Lausanne
Matthieu Mottet
PhD student, Inc1
IBM, Rüschlikon
Daniele Pergolesi
Group leader, Inc1
PSI, Villigen PSI