The 2018 IDTechEx Show: Emerging Technologies Unleashed will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California on November 14 and 15, 2018. Jerry Hallmark, Enovix Senior Director, Product Engineering will deliver a presentation on our Enovix 3D Silicon™ Lithium-ion Battery in the Advanced Li-ion track at 4:40 pm, on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, in Grand Ballroom B. He will provide updates on our patented 3D cell



The 2018 Intel Capital Global Summit will be held at the JW Marriott in Palm Desert, California from May 8 – 10, 2018. Harrold Rust, Enovix CEO, will present a short update on our Enovix 3D Silicon™ Lithium-ion Battery between 3:15 pm and 4:45 pm, on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, in the Desert Ballroom, Salon Rooms. The update comes shortly after Harrold was featured in a KEYWORDS technology column for



Christopher Mims writes the weekly KEYWORDS technology column for The Wall Street Journal. Last week he interviewed our CEO, Harrold Rust, for his latest column, The Battery Boost We’ve Been Waiting for Is Only a Few Years Out (you may need a WSJ subscription to access the full article). The column opens with the following. The batteries that power our modern world—from phones to drones to electric cars—will soon experience



In the last post, Physics and Chemistry, I published the second excerpt from an article “A New and Innovative 3D Architecture for Lithium Batteries.” Ashok Lahiri, Enovix co-founder and CTO, authored the article that appears in the latest issue of Applied Wireless Technology. Following is the third excerpt. A New, Modern Li-ion Battery Platform In 2007, three cofounders and I started Enovix Corporation, initially under the operating name microAzure. Two



Power Electronics is a Penton publication. Its expert editors report on the engineering, design and integration of power electronic system applications, such as battery-powered systems, consumer, commercial and industrial power electronic systems; and power systems for electric and automotive transportation. In an August 2, 2017 article, Sam Davis, editor-in-chief, writes that, “Large-scale adoption of wearable devices will depend on availability of two important technologies: improved batteries and higher density transistor



This is the second in a series of posts from the article, “How to Build a Safer, More Energy-Dense Lithium-ion Battery” authored by Ashok Lahiri, Nirav Shah, and Cam Dales of Enovix. Following is an excerpt from the article regarding how our 3D cell architecture enables us to incorporate a 100% silicon anode. Our flat-cell architecture can take full advantage of a number of advances in electrode chemistry. To understand



The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) traces its heritage to 1871. Today its mission is to, “inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community, supporting technology innovation to meet the needs of society.” E&T (Engineering and Technology) is the IET’s award-winning monthly magazine and associated website for professional engineers. E&T recently published an article by Holly Cave titled, “Charging ahead: the bid for better EV batteries.” The article’s premise



On Friday, November 18, I had the privilege of participating on a panel at the 2016 Bay Area Battery Summit: Energy Storage at Inflection Point. The one-day summit, organized by CalCharge and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, addressed fundamental questions about energy storage Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment (RDD&D). I was a member of the “Innovation in Energy Storage Panel,” moderated by Brian J. Bartholomeusz, Executive Director Innovation Transfer at Stanford



If this is the first post you’ve read in this series, BUILDING A BETTER BATTERY, you may want to take a look at Parts One, Two and Three for complete context. In the prior post, I outlined the Enovix co-founders’ vision for building a better battery. It’s differs from that of many other battery startups in several aspects. First, rather than pursue a novel chemistry, Enovix sought to unlock the



Steve LeVine is the Washington, DC correspondent for Quartz. He writes about the intersection of energy, technology and geopolitics. In 2015, he published “The Powerhouse: Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World,” about the geopolitics of lithium-ion batteries. He closely follows and reports on advanced battery development, especially for electric vehicles. Last week Steve published an online article, “We are racing towards an electric-car future. Can battery