R&D Symposium 6

Electrochemical (EC) Capacitors Symposium

Advances in Capacitor Materials, Design & Applications

30 January 2018 | Congress Centrum Mainz | Mainz, Germany


This symposium will examine the latest technological advancements in electrochemical capacitors for automotive applications. Leaders from key academic and commercial organizations will discuss present and future products and business development strategies as they expand their product offerings to support the growth of energy-efficient energy storage systems. The symposium will focus on advances in EC capacitor materials and cell design and will explore the latest advances in materials including the development of advanced materials and processes to meet the pricing threshold of important markets including the development of advanced asymmetric ECs. In addition, new EC capacitor products will be reviewed and new capacitor products and EC business development activity will be discussed. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the latest in EC module design and system engineering for these advanced applications.

Preliminary Agenda


Advances in EC Capacitor Materials & Cell Design

SESSION CHAIR: Katsuhiko Naoi, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Institute of Symbiotic Science & Technology, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology

Next-Generation Asymmetric Capacitors Using Intercalated Metal-Organic Framework Electrodes with High-Volume Energy Density
Nobuhiro Ogihara, Ph.D., Senior Researcher, Battery Materials and Processing Lab, Toyota Central R&D Lab

Ultrafast Nano-Functional Materials for Hybrid Supercapacitors
Katsuhiko Naoi, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Institute of Symbiotic Science & Technology, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology

Formation, Characteristics and Implications of Cover Layer Formation in Electric Double-Layer Capacitors
Moritz Teuber, Head of Department of Modeling, Analytics and Lifetime Prediction, RWTH Aachen University

Ni(OH)2 Based Aqueous Asymmetric Condensator with Increased Energy Density
Olaf Böse, Ph.D., Deputy Head of Division, Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, Baden-Wurttemberg (ZSW)

The Impact of New Electrolyte Components on the Performance of High Voltage Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors
Andrea Balducci, Ph.D., Professor, Institute for Technical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry, Center for Energy and Environmental Chemistry (CEEC), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena

Two-Dimensional Titanium Carbide MXene Colloidal Solution: Oxidation Stability and Application in Transparent Energy Storage Devices
Chuanfang (John) Zhang, Ph.D., Research Fellow, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin

Recent Advances in Prelithiation of Lithium-Ion Capacitors
Thierry Brousse, Ph.D., Professor of Materials Science, Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN), Université Polytechnique Nantes

Charge Storage Mechanisms in Capacitive Porous Carbons and 2D MXene Pseudocapacitive Materials
Patrice Simon, Ph.D., Professor, Université Paul Sabatier

In-Operando Study of Carbon/Carbon Supercapacitors Ageing by Electrochemical On-Line Mass Spectrometry
Paula Ratajczak, Ph.D., Professor, Power Sources Group, Poznan University of Technology, Poland


New EC Capacitor Products

New Tests of State-of-the-Art Supercapacitors Using Aqueous and Organic Electrolytes and a New Application with Lithium Batteries
Andrew F. Burke, Ph.D., Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis




For more details on the conference, please contact:
Craig Wohlers
Executive Director, Conferences
Cambridge EnerTech
Phone: 781-247-6260
Email: cwohlers@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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