Pre-prepared presentations and recordings

Access to content


All the pre-prepared powerpoint presentations, scientific posters and pre-recorded content for the Faraday Institution Conference can be accessed by those registered for the conference via these pages:

Main project presentations

Hear from our Principal Investigators and other researchers as they
detail the progress and impact made by our 9 main research projects
and 3 battery characterisation projects.

Other presentations from the main conference programme

Early career researcher day presentations

Take a deep dive into the science being conducted around the Faraday Institution and hear from 16 of our brightest PhD Researchers and Faraday Institution Research Fellows.

These presentations will be given on the 24th November. That day of the conference and the presentations to be given there are only accessible to members of the Faraday Institution Research Community.

PhD Researcher and Faraday Institution Research Fellow posters

Explore the depth and breadth of our research programmes. Search through the scientific posters presented at the conference by PhD Researchers and Faraday Institution Research Fellows.


Faraday Undergraduate Summer Experience (FUSE) scientific posters

Check out the outputs of 45 of our undergraduate summer interns. These could be your colleagues of the future!

Exhibition area

We asked the UK battery community external to the Faraday Institution to exhibit at our conference, inviting them to tell our community about new initiatives, facilities, technology developments, career, training, internship and collaboration opportunities and events. Check out what they shared.

We also asked our industry fellows, industry sprint projects, entrepreneurial fellows and projects that recently started to develop batteries suitable for use in emerging economies to highlight their projects and the impact that they’re making.

Check out these resources then use Slack to connect with exhibitors as we aim to extend the breadth and value of collaboration in the sector across the UK.

Passwords and details on how to access Slack were sent to delegates on 9th November (check your junk folder).


Powering Britain's battery revolution

Founded in October 2017, the Faraday Institution is the UK’s independent institute for electrochemical energy storage science and technology, supporting research, training, and analysis.