Workshop on additive manufacturing technologies for fabricating 3D Li-ion batteries – 1-2 Feb 2024

The AM4BAT project is organising the 1st Stakeholders Engagement Workshop, on 1st February 2024 as a hybrid meeting, at the Clayton Hotel Cambridge, UK. On the 2nd February the workshop will include a visit to the AM4BAT partner Photocentric Ltd premises in Peterborough (transport from/to Cambridge is provided).

The overall objective of AM4BAT is to develop an anode-free solid-state battery (SSB), fabricated by Vat Photopolymerization 3D printing by LCD reaching energy density of 400 Wh/kg and 1000 Wh/L for Electric vehicles (EV) applications. The assembly and validation of a 3-Ah cell is aimed with a charge capability of 70% of its total capacity in 5 minutes and cyclability of 3.000 cycles reaching 80% of the initial beginning of load. The rapid rise of electric mobility and renewable energies is pushing the market for Li-ion batteries to next levels. By 2030, global battery demand is expected to have grown 19-fold versus 2018 volumes. Commercial Li-ion reaches their limits with gravimetric and volumetric energy densities of 300 Wh/kg and 700 Wh/L.

Participation in this event is free but registration is required. If you are interested in attending, you could get more information from the project website ( and fill the registration of interest form following this link (, or send an email to the organisers, Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd., at