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LLIBTA Symposium
Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application
Tuesday, June 25 to Wednesday, June 26, 2013

AABC Europe 2013 - LLIBTA Symposium: Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application - Session 2

 
Session 2:

Advances in Lithium Ion Anodes and Inactive Materials

Inactive materials have a significant impact on cell cost, performance, life, and reliability. LLIBTA Session 2 reviewed inactive components that contribute to electrode integrity and cell performance, and explored recent advances in material processing.


Philippe Blanchard

Session Chairman:

Philippe Blanchard, Product Engineering Manager, Saft Automotive Batteries

Dr. Philippe Blanchard received his PhD in Electrochemistry in 1984 (Research area for PhD: corrosion of construction steel in sea water). Dr. Blanchard joined Saft in 1985. He has taken the following positions: Research engineer in the area of Ni-Cd batteries, Research Group Leader for Ni-MH batteries, Cell Engineering Manager for industrial li-ion cells. He has been the program manager for several USABC and European programs. He joined the JV with Johnson Controls in 2006 with HEV cell design responsibility. Since 2011 and the termination of the JV, he still keeps the same responsibility within the SAFT Automotive Battery Group.

SESSION AGENDA
  1. Tailor-made Carbon and Graphite-based Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries 
    Dr. Ivano Galbiati, Project Manager, SGL Carbon GmbH
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  2. The Development of Non-graphitizable Carbon “CARBOTRON® P” for Automotive Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Hiroshi Imoto, Chief Researcher, Advanced Battery Materials Research Department, Kureha Corporation
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  3. 3M - Battery Materials for Mobility
    Dr. Egbert Figgemeier, Application Development Specialist, Electronics Market Materials Division, Battery Materials, 3M Center
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  4. Design, Synthesis and Characterization of Li-Alloying Anode Materials
    Prof. Nae-Lih Nick Wu, Professor, National Taiwan University
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  5. Pre-Lithiated Technology Status and Prospects
    Dr. Yangxing Li, Asia Energy Technology Manager, FMC Lithium
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  6. Relationship between Mixing Processes, Slurry Dispersion Properties, and Electrode Performance
    Tsumoru Ohata, Technical Director, PEACE Battery Device Department, PRIMIX Corporation
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  7. Development of Water-borne Slurry with Nano-sized Ceramic Particles for Functional Layer
    Dr. Kai Kremer, Automotive Marketing & Technical Service Representative, Zeon Europe GmbH
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