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Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences

AABC 2011 - Program overview

AABTAM Symposium
Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
featured contributions from top battery technologists from the major car companies, including Audi, BMW, Ford, GM, Hyundai, Mercedes, and Toyota, and from chief engineers from major advanced automotive battery developers, including A123Systems, AESC, Boston Power, Dow Kokam, E-one Moli, GS Yuasa, Hitachi, JCS, Magna Steyr, SB LiMotive and SK Innovation. The program also included a new session on battery management where BMS developers highlighted the design and key features of a reliable automotive Li-Ion battery.
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LLIBTA Symposium
Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application
emphasized key technical issues in large Lithium-Ion technology, including cell design and materials, battery life, reliability and abuse tolerance, as well as progress with non-automotive applications for large Lithium-Ion batteries. LLIBTA’s first session emphasized functional electrolyte - a key to extending battery life - with papers by three of the top industry electrolyte producers. Session 2 explored the status of safety and life verification for automotive applications Session 3 covered progress with large Lithium-Ion battery applications beyond high-volume automotive.
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AABC 2011 Tutorials offered comprehensive insights into Li-Ion battery design, materials, and applications. Haresh Kamath from EPRI presented a new tutorial on the opportunities for Lithium-Ion batteries in utility applications and Robert Spotnitz and Martin Winter presented our popular tutorials on Large Lithium-Ion Battery Design Principles and Lithium Battery Materials.
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Battery Modeling Workshop was chaired by two of the world's leading battery modelers - Robert Spotnitz from Battery Design LLC and Mark Verbrugge from General Motors.
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