Battery Engineering Symposium

Building Better Batteries

28-29 January 2019


With new improvements in battery chemistries, battery engineers are working to create high-energy, cost-effective, and reliable batteries that fully utilize the battery’s chemistry. To achieve this goal, engineers must consider materials and cell engineering, mechanical, electrical, and thermal design and integration of packs, as well as output, safety, and durability of the key designs.

Battery Engineering will bring together engineering representatives from top OEM companies, the battery supply chain, and top academic institutions to discuss the recent advancements in battery technology. This symposium will encompass both cell and pack engineering and how advancements in these areas are not only building better, but safer and more robust batteries.

Preliminary Agenda

BATTERY SAFETY

Thermal Runaway Propagation in Li-Ion Batteries

Andreas Pfrang, PhD, Scientific Officer, Joint Research Centre, Directorate for Energy, Transport and Climate, European Commission

Calorimeters to Advance Thermal Management and Safety of Batteries

Carlos Ziebert, PhD, Head of Battery Safety Center, IAM-AWP, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Components to Improve Lithium Battery Safety

Peter Kritzer, PhD, Senior Application Manager, Sales Automotive, Freudenberg Sealing Technologies

A Challenge of Reliable Circuit Protection in Automotive Applications

Liwu Wang, PhD, Director, Business Development, Sales & Marketing, AEM Components (USA), Inc.

BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS & PACK ENGINEERING

Smart Sensing for Future Batteries

Yue Guo, PhD, Project Manager, Deputy Head – Energy Innovation Centre, WMG, The University of Warwick

ANSYS Simulation Tools for Battery Development

Rolf Reinelt, PhD, Senior Application Engineer, Application Engineering, ANSYS Germany

Homogeneity of Lithium Analysis in Lithium-Ion Batteries – A Study on Half Cells, Full Cells and Parallel Connected Cells of the Tesla Model S 85

Friedrich Hust, Chief Engineer, Modelling, Analytics and Lifetime Prediction, RWTH-Aachen, Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe

Effective Battery Control Instead of Monitoring the Death of the Battery

Hans Harjung, CEO, e-moove GmbH

Solutions for Battery Packs and Control Units Assembly and Cooling

Konstantin Sobolev, PhD, Lead Marketing Manager, Dow Performance Silicones, Dow

CHARGING

Charge Fast but Don’t Plate – How Validated Battery Models Can Solve The Dilemma

Michael Schoenleber, PhD, Co-Founder & CEO, Research & Development, Batemo GmbH

Ensuring Battery Safety, Performance and Reliability for Multiple Battery Suppliers in the EV Supply Chain

Tal Sholklapper, PhD, CEO, Voltaiq




For more details on the conference, please contact:
Victoria Mosolgo
Conference Producer
Cambridge EnerTech
Phone: +1 781-972-1346
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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