Partial List of Poster Titles
- AEM Components USA, Inc.: Importance of Reliable Circuit Protection as a Safety Measure in Automotive Applications
- DHBW Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Mannheim: Online-Simulation and Its Parameter Estimation for E-Vehicle Batteries and Their Dependence on Temperature, C-Rate and SOC
- Electra Vehicles, Inc.: Dual-Chemistry Energy Storage Design and Control Software for Next Generation xEVs
- Exponent, Inc.: Understanding Degradation of Lithium-Ion Battery Performance
- FMC Corporation: Technologies and Materials to Enable Advanced Anode and Cathode Materials
- Forge Nano: Atomic Layer Deposition: A Scalable Process for Enabling the Next Generation of High Performance Materials
- Haldor Topsøe A/S: Development of High Voltage Li[1.0]Ni[0.5]Mn[1.5]O
- Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation: Validating Material Purity Using X-Ray Technology to Safeguard Against Catastrophic LiB Failure
- Hitachi, Ltd.: Battery-Lifetime Extension for Low-Cost EVs Using Combined Battery System
- HORIBA Scientific: Improved Battery Performance and Reliability Through Multiple and Rugged Spectroscopic Materials Characterization
- Institut VEDECOM: Economic Implications of Lithium Ion Battery Degradation for Vehicle-To-Grid (V2X) Services
- Iowa State University: Online Estimation of Lithium-Ion Battery Capacity Using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks
- Myongji University: Spatial Distribution of Heat Generation in a Lithium Ion Battery Pouch Cell
- Myongji University: Analysis of Thermal Behavior and Improvement of Performance of Lithium-Ion Battery by Tab-Heating at Low Temperature
- National Forensic Service: A Case Study on the Fire of Battery Module (Case Analysis)
- NICE America: In-Operando Optical Microscopy and Vertex Delay Cyclic Voltammetry for Direct Observation of Lithium Dendrite Regimes
- Northern Arizona University: Solid-State Polymer Electrolytes with a Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Epoxy Resin Polymer Host
- Northern Arizona University: Structural Material with Intrinsic Power Storage Capability for Use in Hybrid Electrochemical Systems
- Ohio State University: State-of-Health Based Load Sharing Strategy in Vehicle-to-Grid Systems
- P3 North America, Inc.: Potential in Synergy of Automotive and Aviation Battery Development
- Seoul National University: A Life Model of Lithium-Ion Battery Considering Electrolyte Dry-Out
- Seoul National University: Effects of Thermal Imbalance in LIB Pack Systems on Capacity Fade Studied by a Multi-Physics Model
- SiILion, Inc.: Re-Energizing the Silicon Anode: A New Approach to the Highest Energy Li-Ion System
- South 8 Technologies, Inc.: Liquefied Gas Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries
- University of Texas at Austin: Patents on Electrochemical Energy Storage
- Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.: Electrolyte Development for Silicon-Based Anode Through High Throughput Screening
- Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.: Conversion Mechanism of CuF2 for Secondary Batteries
- Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.: Ex Situ Treatment of Lithium Metal Anodes to Enable Long-Term Cycling with Carbonate-Based Electrolytes
- Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.: Accelerating Silicon Anode Development
Present a Poster and Save $150
AABC encourages attendees to gain further exposure by presenting their work in the poster sessions. To secure a poster board and inclusion in the conference materials, your abstract must be submitted, approved and your registration paid in full by April 27, 2018.
Register online , or by phone, fax or mail. Please indicate that you would like to present a poster. Once your registration has been fully processed, we will send an email with a unique link and instructions for submitting your abstract using our online abstract submission tool. Please see below for more information.
Reasons you should present your R&D findings at this conference:
- Your poster will be seen by this exclusive group of technical and business development executives from major American and international battery companies, automotive technology centers and the global materials and energy industries.
- Receive $150 off your registration
- Your poster abstract will be published in our conference materials
**Space is limited**
- Posters are limited to one per person.
- You must select ONE program for your poster.
- Your poster selection must be concurrent with your registration selection.
- Your poster may hang only for the duration of your selected program.
- If necessary, posters may be reassigned to the other session based on attendance.
General Poster Information:
We ask for a one-page, plain-text abstract summarizing your R&D findings. All poster submissions will be reviewed and considered for content. **
Advertisements and solicitations will not be accepted.
Your poster board will be booked (at no extra charge) once your poster is accepted and registration is paid in full. Late posters will be accepted only if space allows. Late posters will not be included in conference materials.
Register and indicate that you would like to present a poster. Once your registration has been fully processed, we will send an email with a unique link and instructions for submitting your abstract using our online abstract submission tool.
Your registration must be paid in full and your abstract received by the conference's poster deadline to be considered for a poster presentation. If your abstract is not received and approved by the poster deadline, the discount will be reversed and your registration charged.
We reserve the right to publish your poster title and abstract, in whole or in part, in any marketing materials or products, including but not limited to conference brochures, websites, program guides, speaker presentation links, CDs, DVDs, and social networking sites.
* Please verify your content has proper patent and/or company approvals prior to submitting an abstract.
Posters should be portrait orientation, with maximum dimensions of 36 inches wide (3 feet) x 48 inches high (4 feet).
Poster inquiries: Email Jamie Ring for details.