Advano

Utilizing silicon in place of graphite is a notoriously difficult problem. A successful integration is akin to solving a Rubik's Cube achieving one trait compromises others and requires fine tuning that most material companies do not have.
Many material companies claim to have a drop-in

Advano
Jan 08, 2019
Full Time
Utilizing silicon in place of graphite is a notoriously difficult problem. A successful integration is akin to solving a Rubik’s Cube – achieving one trait compromises others and requires fine tuning that most material companies do not have. Many material companies claim to have a “drop-in” solution, in the form of a revolutionary silicon powder. However, they ignore the complexity and complication of integrating silicon powder into an actual cell. They leave that problem for someone else to figure out. We tackle silicon’s numerous issues using surface functionalization technology. This heavily patented platform technology allows us to controllably alter silicon’s properties at its most intimate interfacial dimension—the surface where it meets electrolyte and lithium. This allows us to influence the interaction with the other materials in the anode, and also optimize its performance in the cell in ways that were previously cost-prohibitive. Interested in working for this organization? Click Apply and attach your resume so the Climate.Careers team can help match you with upcoming opportunities at Advano. Pro-tip: In order to avoid manually uploading your resume each time, we recommend you create a job seeker profile on Climate.Careers. You can easily create an account by clicking the Sign in with LinkedIn option. ** This Resume Drop will be sent to the Climate.Careers team for matching purposes **