Process Development Researcher

Process Development
Jul 31, 2022

Store-Dot is developing ultra-fast charge Li-ion batteries for electronic devices and Electric Vehicles.

You will work in the process development group and be in charge of developing processes for anode and cathode formulations for the production of these novel batteries.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • You will be a part of the process development group and you will develop processes for anode/cathode formulations and scaling them up.
  • Conduct process development experiments from the active material phase to the coating phase while operating the necessary equipment.
  • The role requires a multidisciplinary approach and a problem solver attitude. You will work with many interfaces inside the company from R&D chemistry to engineering production.
  • You will be in charge of the system that is used to develop processes related to the reduction of particle size, suspension stability and reactions that may occur.
  • Key activities:
  • Research and development fields:
  1. Slurry development (dispersions, stability, rheology)
  2. Physical analysis methods
  3. Finding and implementing new technologies and tools
  4. Size reduction – powder milling (wet/dry ball milling technology)
  • Coating and drying including adhesion, coating defects, surface energy effects, etc.


‍To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • M.Sc. in Chemical/Materials engineering or related fields or B.Sc with at least 2 years of experience in research.
  • Experience in performing experiments and analyzing data.
  • Research/development experience in the following fields: dispersions, milling, surfactants, rheology, surface tension, substrate adhesion, surface treatment - an advantage
  • Experience with data analysis using Python/Matlab/JMP – an advantage
  • Fluent English

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