Future Battery for e-Mobility & Stationary Storage Applications: Lithium-ion Technology and Beyond
The Future Battery for e-Mobility & Stationary Storage Applications Workshop will be dedicated to state of lithium battery science and technology, as well as current and future storage applications in transportation, commercial, aerospace, stationary, and other promising sectors. It will encompass the branches of materials chemistry, materials designs, new battery chemistry, and computer science that directly impact energy storage. The targeted audience includes students, faculty, researchers, and engineers from universities, engineering schools and research institutes and industry. A major theme of the workshop will address recent advances in beyond lithium-ion technologies. The workshop will cover a wide range of topics relating to lithium battery science and technology including industrial production and development for HEVs, PHEVs, and EVs:
- Post Lithium-ion battery technologies based on future cell chemistries such as, Sodium-ion, Li-metal, Li-Sulphur, and their positioning vis-à-vis shorter term next generation lithium and solid state technologies.
- Alternative energy storage and conversion technologies like super capacitors, fuel cells, flow batteries and others.
|Dr. Khalil Amine
distinguished Fellow and manager of the Advanced Lithium Battery Technology program at Argonne National Laboratory, IL, USA.
|Prof. Ismael Saadoune
FST, Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco.
|Safe and Highly Conductive Electrolytes: From Liquid to Solid
By Prof. Andreas Hintennach
Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz, Group Research, Germany.
|Safe Li-ion Batteries and Beyond for Energy Storage and EVs
By Dr Karim Zaghib
Director at Hydro-Québec, Canada.
|Recent advances, current challenges and future trends on sodium-ion batteries.
By Prof. Teofilo Rojo
Director at CIC EnergiGUNE, Spain.
|Understanding Lithium Metal Failure Mechanism in Realistic High-Energy Pouch Cells
By Dr. Jie Xiao
Pacific Northwest national laboratory & University of Arkansas, USA.
|Microscopic Additive Effect on SEI Film Formation in Sodium-Ion Batteries: A Computational Chemical Study based on Red Moon Methodology
By Prof. Masataka Nagaoka
Nagoya University, Japan.
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