2021 Poster Presentations coming in January



2020 Poster Presentations

Aalto University
1. The Need for and Care About Sustainably Sourced Materials for EV Batteries; Presented by Ronja R.
Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
2. Non-Destructive Measurement Methods for Mechanical Parameters of Lithium-Ion Batteries; Presented by Gregor G.
Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
3. Ante-Mortem Analysis and Ageing Testing of SOTA Cylindrical Lithium-Ion Cells; Presented by Hartmut P.
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
4. Design of Scalable BMS; Presented by Aleksandr Z.
Central Metallurgical R & D Institute (CMRDI)
5. Nanocrystalline ZnMn[2]O[4] Spinel Structures as High Capacity Anodes for Li-Ions Batteries; Presented by Moustafa S.
Chalmers University of Technology
6. Surface Pressure Measurement of Lithium Ion Cells During Cycling; Presented by Zeyang G.
7. Ageing Characterization of Lithium-Ion Capacitors Based on Post-Mortem Analysis; Presented by Leire C.
CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
8. Impact of Manufacturing Process on Battery Electrode Properties: 3D-Physical Model for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy; Presented by Abbos S.
College of France
9. Internally Protected Li-Ion Cells: Towards Safe Cells and Smart Cells; Presented by Marie Francine L.
CSM Computer-Systeme-Messtechnik GmbH
10. Safe Measurement of Acceleration, Vibration and Strain in High-Voltage Batteries; Presented by Winfried K.
CSM Computer-Systeme-Messtechnik GmbH
11. High-Voltage-Safe Digital Temperature Measuring System for the Verification and Characterization of HV Batteries; Presented by Johann M.
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
12. Dimension-Controlled Solid Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Batteries; Presented by Joonam P.
Daimler AG
13. Projections on the Impact of Battery Raw Material Demands in the Automotive Industry Based on Potential Future Technology Scenarios; Presented by Jordi M.
Du Pont de Nemours BVBA
14. Application of Polymer Based Materials for Automotive Battery Applications; Presented by Christophe V.
Elkem Carbon
15. Sustainable Manufacturing of Anode Materials in a Competitive Global Market; Presented by Bridget D.
ENTEK Membranes LLC
16. Thermomechanical Behavior of Ceramic-Filled and Ceramic-Coated Separators for Lithium Batteries; Presented by Weston W.
17. Custom-Engineered Silicon Nanowires for Higher Energy-Density Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Florentin G.
Erciyes University
18. Active Balancing Battery Management System; Presented by Bahadir Y.
Forge Nano, Inc.
19. Achieving Both Performance and Cost Leadership of Cathode and Anodes with ALD Nano-Coatings; Presented by James T.
Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
20. In-Operando EPR Spectroscopy of Lithium Ion Batteries; Presented by Peter J.
21. Integrating Latin America to the Global Waste Lithium-Ion Battery Closed Loop: A Must for Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and an Opportunity for Sustainable Development; Presented by Guillermo P.
Gdansk University of Technology
22. Creating Automotive Renewal (CAR) - The Importance of Comminution on Value Recovery from Spent Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Lukasz H.
Global Graphene Group
23. Graphene: Advancing Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Oliver C.
Graz University of Technology
24. Analysis of the Influence of Electrochemical Ageing Effects on the Mechanical Properties of Lithium Ion Batteries; Presented by Georgi K.
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf
25. Recovery of Spheroidized Graphite from Spent Lithium Ion Battery; Presented by Anna V.
Holst Centre
26. Printed Temperature Sensors for Cell-Level Temperature Monitoring in Battery Packs; Presented by Pavel K.
Holst Centre
27. Next-Gen Batteries: Enabled by Spatial Atomic Layer Interfacing; Presented by Sandeep U.
Imerys Graphite & Carbon
28. A Method to Determine Magnetic Particle Contaminants in Powder Materials Applied in Lithium-Ion Batteries; Presented by Giulio F.
Imperial College London
29. The Cell Cooling Coefficient: A Standard to Define Heat Rejection from Lithium-Ion Batteries; Presented by Alastair H.
Instituto Tecnologico de la Energia
30. Exploring the Properties NASICON-PVdF-HFP Based Hybrid Electrolytes for Lithium Battery Application; Presented by Leire Z.
Istanbul Technical University
31. Al[2]O[3] Surface Modification of NCM (Lithium Nickel Cobalt Mangenese Oxide) Cathode Materials via Sol-Gel Method; Presented by Halis Gencer K.
Julius Maximilians University
32. Development of Hybrid Polymer Electrolytes for Infiltrated Polymer Cathodes Used in Solid-State Lithium Batteries; Presented by Mario W.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
33. Thermal Properties of Phosphate Based Solid Electrolytes for Sodium-Ion Cells; Presented by Andre B.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
34. Battery Calorimetric Analysis of Aging Effects on the Safety and Thermal Behavior of Lithium-Ion Cells; Presented by Dieter F.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
35. The Electrochemical Performance and Heat Generation Analysis of Na0.7MnO2 as Cathode Material in Coin Cells; Presented by Ijaz Ul M.
Kyung Hee University
36. Nanostructured Cerium Oxide Anode Active Materials for Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Chang Woo L.
Kyung Hee University
37. Surface Modification of Ni-Rich Cathode Active Materials for Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Jae Woo P.
Kyung Hee University
38. Biomass-Derived Composite Materials for Li-Ion Batteries; Presented by Gyu Sang S.
Materials Design S.A.R.L.
39. Designing Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Batteries by Atomic-Scale Modeling; Presented by Rene W.
National Central University
40. The Application for Hybrid Estimation System of Reusable Battery Lifetime in the Intelligent Grid; Presented by Chii-Shyang K.
Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd.
41. Size Controlled Carboxymethyl Cellulose Enhance Electrochemical Performance of Graphite/SiOx Composites Lithium Ion Battery; Presented by Takayuki S.
Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln
42. Conceptual Design of a Redundant Pressure Differential Controlled Filter System for Selective Laser Melting; Presented by Can K.
Ruhr-University Bochum
43. Combined Sensor Minimal and Flying Impedance Balancing System for Sustainable Battery Systems; Presented by Philip D.
Ruhr-University Bochum
44. High Power Load Test for Battery Safety Elements; Presented by Philip D.
RWTH Aachen University
45. Electrical Characterization of State-of-the-Art High Power Lithium-Ion Cells and Implications for the Usability in Low-Voltage Applications (12V/48V); Presented by Thomas B.
RWTH Aachen University
46. Battery Management Model in the Loop Toolchain and SOC Algorithm Assessment; Presented by Dominik J.
RWTH Aachen University
47. One-Shot Parameter Identification of Lithium-Ion Electrochemical Models with Artificial Intelligence; Presented by Weihan L.
RWTH Aachen University
48. Aluminium-Ion Batteries for Mobile Applications - A Cost Analysis; Presented by Marc L.
RWTH Aachen University
49. Early-Stage Lithium Recovery for Promoting Circular Economy in Battery Recycling; Presented by Paul S.
RWTH Aachen University
50. Procedure for Influence Analysis of Large Cell Formats on the Battery Safety; Presented by Konstantin S.
SABIC Research and Technology Pvt. Ltd.
51. Metal Plastic Hybrid (MPH) Rocker Panel for EV Battery Protection; Presented by Somasekhar B.
Seoul National University of Science and Technology
52. E-Mobility Battery Pack with Adjustable Output According to Usage Time and Purpose; Presented by SeongUk H.
Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.
53. Characteristics of Li-Doped SiO-C with High Initial Coulombic Efficiency; Presented by Takakazu H.
Soteria Battery Innovation Group Europe
54. A Novel Cell Architecture for Lithium Ion Cell Provides Improved Safety Performance and Offers Lower Weight and Lower Cost; Presented by Juergen K.
Technical University of Braunschweig
55. Integrated Cost and Environmental Assessment Model for Current Traction Battery Recycling Routes; Presented by Steffen B.
Technical University of Braunschweig
56. Overview of Ecologically Friendly Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries and Future Battery Generations from Electric Vehicles; Presented by Stefan D.
Technical University of Braunschweig
57. Scalable Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Sulfide All-Solid-State Batteries; Presented by Peter M.
Technical University of Braunschweig
58. Product Entropy and LCA as Tools to Estimate Environmental Impacts of Battery Recycling; Presented by Nicolas D.
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
59. Experimental Validation of Electro-Thermal Model of Prismatic Lithium-Ion Cell Under Battery Electric Vehicle Conditions; Presented by Lidiya K.
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
60. Investigation of Capacity and Homogeneity Recovery of Commercial Cells After Cycle Life Tests; Presented by Meinert L.
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
61. Control-Oriented Modeling and Simulation of Large-Scale Electric Vehicle Battery Packs; Presented by Michael S.
Toray Research Center, Inc.
62. Non-Destructive Degradation Analysis Using the Charging and Discharging Operando XRD; Presented by Koki M.
University of Birmingham
63. Magnetic Separation Techniques in Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries; Presented by Roberto S.
University of Freiburg
64. Enhanced Performance of Li-S Batteries Using an Active Binder - Cationic, Polybenzimidazolium; Presented by Chuyen V.
University of Muenster
65. Influence of Conductive Agent in Si/C-Composite Electrodes for High-Energy Lithium Ion Batteries at Different Cycling Conditions; Presented by Karina A.
University of Muenster
66. Cross Talk of Different Cathode Materials and Its Impact on the Deposition/Dissolution Behavior and Morphology of Li Metal; Presented by Johannes B.
University of Muenster
67. Development of a Lithium Ion Cell Enabling In Situ Analyses of the Electrolyte by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry; Presented by Fabian H.
University of Muenster
68. EV Solid-State Battery and Polymer-Ceramic Composite Electrolytes: Perspectives on Electrochemical Performance and Fabrication; Presented by Meirong L.
University of Muenster
69. Tailor-Made Electrolyte Solutions by E-Lyte Innovations for Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries: Towards Sustainable Electrochemical Energy Storage - Everywhere and Anytime; Presented by Stephan R.
University of Muenster
70. Particle Size Controlled Synthesis of Ni-Rich Cathode Materials for LIBs Synthesized by Couette‐Taylor Flow Reactor - Structure-Property Relationships Study; Presented by Vassilios S.
University of Muenster
71. Comparison of Electrode Processing and Electrochemical Performance of LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 and LiFePO4 Based Electrodes for Stationary Energy Storage Applications; Presented by Anna W.
University of Muenster
72. Investigating Electronical Contact Loss Between LIB Cathode Particles by ICP-OES; Presented by Simon W.
University of Muenster
73. Influence of Aqueous Processing on the Through-Plane Conductivity of LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 Cathodes; Presented by Xiaofei Y.
University of New South Wales
74. Novel Strontium Titanate (STO)- Li1.2Ni0.2Mn0.6O2 (LNMO) Composite Cathode Materials with Improved Electrochemical Performance for Lithium-Ion Batteries; Presented by Yuandong S.
VGT Consulting BVBA
75. Evaluation of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for Analyzing Li-Ion Battery Components; Presented by Renaat V.
76. Relevance of Internal Short Circuits During Thermal Runaway; Presented by Andrey G.
Volume Graphics GmbH
77. Quality Assurance in Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturing Using X-Ray Computed Tomography; Presented by Pascal P.
Wickeder Westfalenstahl GmbH
78. Clad Metals for Use as Connectors for Lithium Ion Batteries; Presented by James C.
79. Next-Generation Side-Wall Cooling for Cylindrical Battery Packs; Presented by Barry F.
ExxonMobil Petroleum and Chemical
80. Battery Cooling Fluids for Electric Vehicles; Presented by Daniel B.
Inha University
81. Sodium-Ion Storage in Electrochemically Enhanced Hard Carbons; Presented by Hyoung-Joon J.
Enabled Future Limited
82. The Sustainable Business Case for Lithium Ion Battery Reuse; Presented by Michelle L.
Forschungszentrum Juelich
83. A Raw Material Criticality and Environmental Impact Assessment of State-of-the-Art and Post-Lithium-Ion Cathode Technologies; Presented by Marius C.
University of Boras
84. Oxygen Vacancy Tungsten Oxide (WO3-x) as Anode Material for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery; Presented by Mostafa J.
Forschungszentrum Juelich
85. Electrolyte Anion-Assisted Polymer Electrolyte / Redox-Active Organic Radical Polymer Battery; Presented by Kun Ling L. Beuth University of Applied Science Berlin
86. Analysis of Different Battery Cells In Series Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy in Quality Testing of Starter Batteries; Presented by Mohammed Al-Ogaili