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LLIBTA Symposium
Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application
Tuesday, June 19 to Wednesday, June 20, 2012

LLIBTA Symposium: Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application. AABC Europe 2012 - Session 2

 
Session 2:
Lithium-Ion Battery Safety and Reliability Enhancement and Validation

While battery performance and cost are receiving unprecedented attention, the safety, life, and reliability of the early installations will have the greatest impact on market acceptance for Li-Ion-powered advanced vehicles. In this session, we will discuss safety-enhancing technology and the validation of battery reliability and safety under ordinary and abusive conditions.


 

Arno Perner

Session Chairman:
Arno Perner, Head of Component Lead Engineering & Validation R&D Battery, BMW Peugeot Citroën Electrification

Dr. Perner worked for Varta Microbatteries for many years and has excellent knowledge of cells and chemistry. He joined BMW 3 years ago and was responsible for the 60Ah cell from SBL for the Mega City Vehicle (MCV). Six months ago, he became team leader for the "component lead engineers" (the technical project leaders) and the complete pack validation of all HV batteries. Dr. Perner possesses deep know-how in cell and pack development for PHEV and EV.

SESSION AGENDA
  1. Validation of Safety and Reliability for Advanced EV Battery
    Arno Perner, Head of Component Lead Engineering & Validation R&D Battery, BMW Peugeot Citroën Electrification
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  2. Safe Batteries for a New Era of Automotive Mobility
    Markus Meiler, Manager Product Safety, Deutsche Accumotive
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  3. Automotive LIBs - Recent Requirements and Test-Methods
    Detlef Hoffmann, Team Leader Product Management E-Mobility, SGS Germany
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  4. Aluminum Pouch Film for Large Li-Ion Batteries
    Yuji Minamibori, Researcher of R&D center, Showa Denko Packaging Co.
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  5. Root Causes of a Thermal Runaway in Lithium Batteries
    Pascal Gouérec, Energy Project Leader, Serma Technologies
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  6. Concept for Enhanced Failure Detection in Traction Batteries
    Georg Fauser, Research Engineer, Energy Storage Systems, Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme
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