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AABC 2015. Poster sessions

Battery Developers – Materials Developers – Battery-System Integrators!


AABC 2015 featured the following poster presentations:
Lithium-Ion Battery Materials
Lithium-Ion Battery Life
Lithium-Ion Battery Safety
Battery Management
Other Topics

*NOTE: Presenter will also make a short oral presentation in the LLIBTA program.

Lithium-Ion Battery Materials
  1. Nanograined Pure and SnO2 Mixed Li4Ti5O12 as High-Performance Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Tata Narasinga Rao, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), India
  2. Understanding of High-Voltage Cathode Material Surface and Bulk Degradation
    Liang Tao, ATL (Amperex Technology Limited)
  3. A Facile Approach of Metal Oxide Shell Formation on Ceramic Particles for Lithium-Ion Battery Cathode Material Application
    Jianjun Hao (Fred), SACHEM Inc.
  4. High-Performance Nickel-Based Cathode Material for a Wide Range of Automotive Applications
    Suresh Sriramulu, CAMX Power LLC
  5. LIBS as a Chemical Diagnostic Tool of Lithium-Ion Battery Raw Materials and Fabricated Components*
    Steve Barnett, Applied Spectra, Inc.
  6. Material Characterization Needs for Battery Multi-Physics Modeling and Simulation*
    Ramesh Rebba, General Motors
  7. Development of Novel Noncarbonate Electrolytes for Silicon Alloy Anodes*
    Gang Cheng, Wildcat Discovery Technologies
  8. Optimal Cathode Material Coating Selection Using Design of Experiments
    Ana Kiricova, Argonne National Laboratory
  9. Continuous Production of a Layered-Layered Cathode Material Using a Taylor Vortex Reactor
    Ozgenur Kahvecioglu Feridun, Argonne National Laboratory
Lithium-Ion Battery Life
  1. Effect of Impurity Profile on Cycling Behavior of LiFSI Electrolytes*
    Krzysztof Pupek, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. Identification of Phosphorus-Containing Degradation Products Obtained from Surface Deposits on Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes using Ion Chromatography Coupled to High-Resolution Accurate-Mass MS/MS
    Rosanne Slingsby, Thermo Fisher Scientific
  3. Comprehensive Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery Anode Samples by Ion Chromatography Coupled with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
    Kate Comstock, Thermo Fisher Scientific
  4. Analysis and Identification of Ionic Manganese Containing Degradation Products from the Anode
    Surface of Cycle and Calendar Aged Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Paul Voelker, Thermo Fisher Scientific
  5. High Temperature Lithium Batteries
    Gabriel Oltean, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University, Sweden
  6. The Swedish Hybrid Vehicle Centre
    Gabriel Oltean, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University, Sweden
Lithium-Ion Battery Safety
  1. The Performance and Safety of 20Ah Secondary Lithium cells; testing with the Accelerating Rate Calorimeter (ARCTM )
    Jeff Rachford, Thermal Hazard Technology
  2. Modeling, Testing, and Verification of Multifunctional Impact-Resistant Structural Batteries*
    Waterloo Tsutsui, Purdue University
  3. Integrated Multiscale Multiphysics Modeling of Safety Response in Lithium-Ion Batteries; Focus on Prismatic Wound Cell Behaviors*
    Gi-Heon Kim, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  4. Coupling of Mechanical Behavior of Lithium-Ion Cells to Electrochemical-Thermal Models for Battery Crush*
    Ahmad Pesaran, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Battery Management
  1. Charging Strategies for Lithium-Ion Batteries using Electrochemical-based Reduced-order Models and Predictive Control
    Scott Trimboli, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
  2. Operating Strategies for Modular Hybrid Battery Storage Systems in Electric Vehicles
    Thomas Nemeth, ISEA RWTH Aachen University
  3. Technologies for Detection of Internal Short Circuits in Lithium-ion Batteries and Options for Intervention
    Brian Barnett, CAMX Power LLC
  4. Rapid Physical Model Deployment for Real Time Embedded Control
    Nicolas Clauvelin, Sendyne Corp.
  5. Wireless Battery Management System*
    Andrew Chon, Navitas Solutions Inc.
  6. Top Five Challenges with BMS Testing*
    Peter Blume, Bloomy
Other Topics
  1. State of Health Determination of Sealed Lead-Acid Battery under Various Operating Conditions
    A.M. Kannan, Arizona State University
  2. Vehicle Battery Development Funding Opportunities Through USABC
    Ronald Elder, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
  3. Benefits and Advantages of Non-Aqueous Sodium-Ion Batteries
    Jerry Barker, Faradion, Ltd.
  4. Development of Multifunctional Batteries for EVs*
    Jiang Fan, American Lithium Energy