AABC is excited to return to Japan with an expanded technical program that promises to build on the success of our US and European conferences, while focusing on the unique drivers, needs, and challenges of the diverse Asian market. For AABC Asia,
we have added an additional conference program that focuses on battery engineering. Also, we increased our tutorial offerings from two to six. Between our conference programs and tutorials, session topics include raw materials, research and development
findings in novel battery chemistries, new approaches to cell and pack engineering, applied technologies in the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicles, in-depth analysis of the xEV battery industry, and more! Attending AABC Asia is an invaluable opportunity to discover and stay informed on the latest trends, technology, and market information. OEMs and battery developers presenting this year include: A123 Systems, Audi, Clarios, Daimler, Hitachi, LG Chem,
Nissan, Samsung SDI, Sion Power, Solid Power, Toshiba, Toyota, and more.
Martin Winter, PhD, Chair, Applied Material Science
for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster
Menahem Anderman, PhD, President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.
Craig Wohlers, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge EnerTech
Don’t Miss the Must-Attend Tutorials
- Battery Pack Engineering for xEVs
- Managing and Understanding the Risks of Li-Ion Battery Safety
- Li-Ion Cell Design and Manufacturing: Processes, Equipment and Quality Control
- In-Depth Analysis of the Chinese xEV Battery Industry
- From Applications to Upstream Materials
- Improving the Energy Density of Batteries with Silicon-Based Anodes
- Lithium-Ion Battery Raw Materials Markets: Supply and Demand Outlook and Pricing Evolution
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Thank you for visiting our website for AABC Asia. I encourage you to review the Final Agenda, and if you are interested in attending, to register by September 13 to take advantage of advanced savings.
- Menahem Anderman, PhD, Conference Chair