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Lithium Battery Chemistry Symposium

Advancements in Lithium-Ion and Beyond

29 - 30 January 2018 | Congress Centrum Mainz | Mainz, Germany


Advancements in electrochemical energy storage are central to the expansion of an electrified fleet and lower emissions. New electric vehicle batteries must increase their performance while remaining cost competitive with conventional internal combustion engine automobiles. By creating safe and reliable long range batteries through improved chemistries, automotive electrification goals can be achieved.

Lithium Battery Chemistry will unite automotive OEM companies, their supply chain, and academic researchers to discuss technological advances and commercial viability. Presentations will focus on advances in high-energy lithium-ion chemistry as well as other chemistries, including lithium-metal systems, silicon anodes, NMC cathodes and solid-state technologies.

Preliminary Agenda

CONFERENCE CHAIR: Martin Winter, Ph.D., Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster

SOLID ELECTROLYTE

FEATURE PRESENTATION: Ceramic Electrolytes and Electrodes for All-Solid-State Batteries with High Energy and Power Density – Environmentally Benign, Inexpensive, Safe and Long Lasting

Werner Weppner, Ph.D., Professor, Engineering, Christian Albrechts University of Kiel

New Solid State Polymer with Room Temperature Conductivity—Higher Performing Solution
Mike Zimmerman, Founder, Ionic Materials

Towards A New Generation of Solid State Li Metal Rechargeable Batteries With Ionogel Electrolytes
Dominique Guyomard, Ph.D., Director, Energy Storage, CNRS

The Development of Solid State Batteries Through Combinatorial Synthesis and High Throughput Screening
Brian Hayden, Founder & CSO, Ilika Technologies Ltd

Solid State Batteries – A Progress Report
Jürgen Janek, Ph.D., Professor, Solid State Ionics & Electrochemistry, Justus Liebig University Giessen

INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Solid Electrolytes
Moderator: Martin Winter, Ph.D., Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster


RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN LITHIUM-ION TECHNOLOGY

Development of Novel Electrolyte Formulations for Use with High Energy Cathodes
Dee Strand, Ph.D., CSO, Wildcat Discovery Technologies

Surface Modifications of Li-Ion Battery Active Materials with Polymers for Improved Performance
Nae-Lih Wu, Ph.D., Professor, Engineering, National Taiwan University

Si-based Anodes in Commercial Lithium-Ion-Cells – Aging Mechanisms and their Implications for Automotive Applications
Egbert Figgemeier, Ph.D., Professor, Helmholtz Institute Muenster


BEYOND AND ASIDE LITHIUM-ION

Developing High Energy Rechargeable Lithium Metal and Lithium Sulfur Batteries
Jun Liu, Ph.D., Director, Energy Processes & Materials, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Future Generation Anode Materials: Processing of Silicon and Lithium Films
Stefan Kaskel, Ph.D., Director, Chemical Surface & Reaction Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Material & Beam Technology & TU Dresden

INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Advancements in Lithium Technology and Beyond
Moderator: Martin Winter, Ph.D., Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster

Enevate Presentation to be Announced




For more details on the conference, please contact:
Victoria Mosolgo
Associate Conference Producer
Cambridge EnerTech
Phone: 781.972.1346
Email: vmosolgo@cambridgeenertech.com

For partnering and sponsorship information, please contact:
Sherry Johnson
Business Development Manager
Cambridge EnerTech
Phone: (+1) 781-972-1359
Email: sjohnson@cambridgeenertech.com

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