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AABC 2013. Poster sessions

Battery Developers – Materials Developers – Battery-System Integrators!


AABC 2013 featured the following poster presentations:

Battery Management and Validation
Lithium-Ion Cell Materials
Other Topics

Lithium-Ion Cell Materials  

  1. A Battery Management System for LiFePO4 Battery in a Vehicle to Grid Scenario
    Andrea Marongiu, Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems Group, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
  2. Simulative Comparison of Balancing Algorithms for Active and Passive Cell Balancing Systems for Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Christian Fleischer, Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems Group, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
  3. Implementation and Technical Challenges of a Low Cost Flyback Balancing System for EV Battery Packs
    Hannes Nordmann, Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems Group, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
  4. Sensorless Temperature Monitoring of Lithium-Ion Cells
    Jan Philipp Schmidt, Scientific Assistant, Institut für Werkstoffe der Elektrotechnik (IWE), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
  5. Experimental Set-up for the Investigation of Different Cooling Concepts for Lithium-Ion Battery Packs
    Daniel Werner, Graduate Assistant, Institute of Thermal Process Engineering (TVT), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
  6. Analysis of Degradation Factors of Lithium-Ion Batteries in Cycle and Calendar Aging
    Daichi Imamura, FC-EV Research Division, Japan Automobile Research Institute
  7. Measuring  Efficiency, Heat Output and Entropic Effects in Large Lithium-Ion Batteries using Isothermal Calorimetry
    Peter Ralbovsky, Calorimetry Sales and Application Support, NETZSCH Instruments North America
  8. Avoiding Thermal Runaway in Li-Ion and other Battery Types by Improved Thermal Management  - Based on Isothermal Calorimetry
    Graham Hibbert, Hazard Evaluation Labs
  9. The Performance and Safety of 20Ah Secondary Lithium cells; testing with the Accelerating Rate Calorimeter (ARCTM)
    Jeff Rachford, Director of North American Operations, Thermal Hazard Technology
  10. Analytical Methods for Optimizing Battery Performance
    Sanjay Patel, Director of Analytical Services AZ, Evans Analytical Group
  11. Distributed, Individualized, Active Thermal Management of Battery Cells Using Thermoelectrics
    Doug Crane, Principal Engineer, Thermoelectric Systems/Development, Gentherm
  12. Advanced Wireless Battery Management Systems
    Minkyu Lee, Chief Technical Officer, Navitas Solutions Inc.
  13. Influence of Internal and External Variation to Intricate Systems
    Martin Talke, P3 Automotive GmbH
  14. Development of Models, Controls, and Applications for Community Energy Storage (CES) Systems Considering Used EV/PHEV Batteries
    George P. Andrews, Energy Storage Program Manager, Power Electronics and Electric Machinery Group, Oak Ridge Research National Laboratory
  15. PTI Solutions for High-Capacity Battery Pack Inspection
    Oliver Stauffer, V.P. Inspection Technologies, PTI Inspection Systems
Lithium-Ion Cell Materials
  1. The Engineering of a Consumable SEI Layer for Use with High-Capacity Si-based Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries
    Isaac Lund, Chief Technical Officer, Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) Technologies
  2. Silicone Thermally Conductive Materials for Battery Cell, Module, and Pack Level Heat Dissipations for the EV and HEV Market
    Clarissa Miller, Marketing Manager – Electronic Materials, Momentive Performance Materials
  3. Advanced Components of Lithium Batteries for Automotive Applications
    Asmae Mokrini, Associated Research Officer, National Research Council Canada
  4. Characterizing of Active Anode Material (Hard Carbon) for power LIB
    Yukiharu Ono, LIB Anode Material Business Development, Sumitomo Bakelite Co., Ltd.
  5. High Lithium-Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte Lanthanum Lithium Titanate Ceramics for Next Generation Battery
    Hideki Sakai, Engineer, Product Development Department, Toho Titanium Co., Ltd.
  6. Performance of Li-Ion Battery Electrodes with Graphenes as Conductive Additive and Graphene-based Adhesion Layers
    Falko Mahlendorf, University Duisburg-Essen
  7. Low-cost, High-capacity Si/xGnP® Graphene Li-Ion Battery Anode Material
    Rob Privette, VP Energy Markets, XG Sciences, Inc.
  8. Development of Water-based Binder for Cathode [WC-1]
    Yukata Wakai, R & D Center, Zeon Corporation
  9. Polumer Particles Layer Coated on Separator to Improve Lithium-Ion Battery Performance
    Taiki Herai, R & D Center, Zeon Corporation
  10. Development of Water-based Nanoparticle Ceramics Slurry to Improve Lithium-Ion Batteries Performance
    Norikazu Yamamoto, R & D Center, Zeon Corporation
  11. Development of the New Structure Controlled Micro Graphite “SCMGTM
    Chiaki Sotowa, Advanced Battery Materials Department, Showa Denko K.K.
  12. Wildcat “EM1”
    Steven Kaye, Chief Scientific Officer, Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.
Other Topics
  1. Domestic Opportunities in the Lithium-Ion Batteries Industry Cluster
    Kelly Jezierski, NextEnergy
  2. The Four Cost Reduction Pillars every Battery Equipment Manufacturer and Cell/Pack Manufacturer needs to know
    James Jackson, Marketing Consultant, OEM/Verticals,  Automation Systems, Siemens
  3. Impedance-Based Electro-Thermal Model for Supercapacitor Modules for Optimum System Design and Lifetime Prediction
    Julia Drillkens, Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems,  Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
  4. High-Quality Li-Ion Battery Production –Challenges in Joining and Welding
    Tobias Grobe, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering GmbH