Nanoramic Laboratories

Join us on February 26th at 02:00 pm EST for our webinar: How to Increase Energy Density & Reduce Cost in Li-ion Batteries for EVs.


Battery issues, limited driving range and high costs are challenges that continue to effect the electric vehicle industry and prevent significant penetration of the passenger vehicle market. In this webinar, we will discuss:

  1. Challenges with current cell design strategies in EV batteries
  2. Electrode technologies - the latest anode and cathode materials such as Ni-rich NMC and silicon-based anodes
  3. How to increase Energy Density & Reduce Cost in Batteries for electric vehicles
  4. Neocarbonix - Nanoramic's Neocarbonix technology for Li-ion batteries in electric vehicles has been proven to improve energy recovery, charge time, acceleration, and breaking; increase longevity and temperature range of operation; improve low temperature performance; and reduce both thermal management costs and overall costs of ownership.

Presenter: Nicolo Brambilla, Chief Technology Officer

Nicolo Brambilla is an expert in energy storage and nanotechnologies, and holds the position of CTO at Nanoramic.In 2010 he joined Nanoramic after working at Thales Avionics as a control engineer for aircraft avionics.

At Nanoramic, he led a team of engineers who developed the first - of – its - kind high temperature carbon nanotube ultracapacitor, that was successfully tested at Sandia National Labs. In 2013, his team successfully completed an ARPA - E program, meeting or exceeding all technical goals and developing a unique carbon based electrode with significant performance improvements over competitors. The resulting technology was validated at the NAVSEA Crane Laboratories and set world records for the highest energy density, the highest power density, and the highest frequency ultracapacitor, among others. Mr. Brambilla was Principal Investigator of NASA programs for the development of energy storage for extreme environments; he was also the Principal Investigator of a DoD program for high performance and long lifetime energy storage. He is lead author on numerous patents covering nano-materials for energy storage electrodes, electrolytes, and energy storage cells and modules.

Mr. Brambilla holds an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an M.Sc. in Micro and Nanotechnologies from the École Supérieure d'Électricité, and an M.Sc. in Physics Engineering from Politecnico di Milano.

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