Lithium-Ion Battery Materials 3

Lithium-Ion Battery Materials
( 锂离子电池材料 )

电池化学物质原材料与最新发展

2018年10月16日~17日


 

本单元以锂离子电池材料为主题,汇集来自相关企业、政府机关、研究机关等致力于电池研究的主要化学研究人员、材料研发相关专业人士,一同讨论目前面临课题及突破性研究成果。会期中除了介绍使用于电极及电解质的化学物质相关研究成果案例之外,也将讨论锂离子电池的化学性质改善、锂技术的经济价值等议题。会议也将分享有关使用于锂离子电池的各种化学物质、未来可实用化的超越锂离子或锂离子以外的新化学物质相关见解。其中锂金属电池、锂硫电池、锂空气电池技术,以及钠、镁、钙等化学物质为关注焦点。活动亦将聚焦目前进行中的重要计画,分析促使末端用户需求成长的因素,讨论期短期、长期需求趋势。会议将从多角度涵盖全球市场,聚焦制造商采购及成本控制策略、思考采掘及加工技术发展,以及中国、日本、韩国、欧洲、美国之消费趋势预测。

 

Final Agenda

Tuesday, October 16

8:00 Registration and Morning Coffee

GLOBAL RAW MATERIALS SUPPLY - TRENDS & ANALYSIS

9:00 Chairperson's Opening Remarks

Yuan Gao, President & CEO, Board Director, Pulead Technology Industry Co., Ltd., China

9:05 Managing the Supply Chain to Sustain the Growth of Chinese EV Market

Yuan Gao, President & CEO, Board Director, Pulead Technology Industry Co., Ltd., China

An overview of Chinese EV market will be given. In particular, the impact of government incentives over the years, as well as different "flavors" of cathode materials for different sub segments of the EV market in China will be discussed. The impact of the recent development of the upstream raw materials (e.g. lithium and cobalt) will be touched upon too.

9:30 LiB Material Trend Based on Growing xEV Market

Yoshiaki Tanaka, Senior Analyst, Industrial Technology Unit, Yano Research Institute, Ltd., Japan

This presentation will be about a market trend of LiB major 4 materials such as cathode, anode, electrolyte, and separator. The market size of these materials has been growing fast thanks to expansion of the xEV market, and high energy density materials will be a key factor to support this growth. Also, the market presence of Chinese material manufacturers has been rising based on their internal market growth. I will talk about recent and future market trends as to these 4 major materials based on LiB and application market, especially xEV.

9:55 The Impact of High and Low Case Demand on Lithium, Cobalt and Graphite Anode Prices

Andy Leyland, Head of Forecasting, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, United Kingdom

The wide range of demand forecasts for EVs has created uncertainty as to what level of raw material production is required. The presentation will show new data on the potential impact of both too little and too much demand on the supply chains for lithium, cobalt and graphite. This will include an assessment of upside and downside risks to prices for critical raw materials over the next 10 years.

10:20 Networking Coffee Break

10:50 Nickel - From Solution to Solution

Anne Oxley, Technical Director, Brazilian Nickel

BEVs numbers are growing to help reduce emissions and improve our environment. The raw materials behind the EV revolution should also be produced with this in mind. Brazilian Nickel's hydrometallurgical process is at ambient conditions (no high temperatures or pressures) and results in dissolved battery metals in sulphate solution. BRN plans to produce nickel hydroxide products with high percent nickel for improved transportation; these products are easy to re-dissolve by the cathode manufacturers, but what are the other options and what is the best solution?

11:15 Geology Trumps Geography: Why OEMs and the Li-Ion Battery Value Chain Are Increasingly Heading into Uncharted Waters to Lock-In Their Raw Material Supply

Robert Baylis, Managing Director, Roskill Information Services Ltd., United Kingdom

This presentation will analyze the geographical distribution of the investments and supply agreements between miners and battery supply chain manufacturers, their relationship with pricing of these commodities, their potential in terms of battery output, and how these investments may change the deal structuring of battery raw materials procurement.

11:40 Solvay's Latest Developments on Electrolyte Ingredients for Next Generation LIB

Yusuke Suzuki, Sales Development Manager, SOLVAY

A leading target of the Li-ion battery industry is to achieve high energy density at affordable cost without compromising on safety. Solvay has increased its efforts to propose electrolyte ingredients for enabling high voltage solutions. We present new results with fluorinated additives and Energain® on next generation cathode plus silicon-graphite anodes system.

12:05 Ensuring Battery Safety, Performance and Reliability in an EV Supply Chain with Multiple Battery Suppliers

Tal Sholklapper, CEO & Co-Founder, Voltaiq

As hybrid and electric vehicles rapidly transition from government-mandated "compliance" vehicles to mainstream adoption, OEMs are realizing that in order to meet the growing demand for electrified vehicles, their supply chains will need to expand to include multiple battery manufacturers. While current battery suppliers have extensive and proven experience in providing robust batteries, many OEMs are concerned with the introduction of new battery companies into their supply chain and their impact on quality and reliability. Contractual requirements for quality and performance with new battery suppliers will not provide protection in the court of social media if they are shown to be inferior to traditional suppliers. However, advanced battery data analytics can provide OEMs with the confidence they need to rapidly bring new companies into their supply chain. In this presentation, we will show how OEMs are using big data analytics to identify and validate the quality and performance of batteries from multiple suppliers to ensure that every HEV and EV they manufacture provides the same level of battery performance and reliability, regardless of the battery provider.

12:20 Q&A

12:40 Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)

ADVANCEMENTS IN LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES

14:30 Chairperson's Remarks

Martin Winter, PhD, Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster


14:35 FEATURED PRESENTATION: Talk Title to be Announced

Akira Yoshino, PhD, General Manager, Yoshino Laboratory, Asahi Kasei Corporation

15:25 Towards High Energy Density Lithium Batteries through Novel Electrolyte Components

Martin Winter, PhD, Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster

The long-term stability and safety of lithium metal and lithium ion batteries depends on the reactivity with the electrolyte and the formation of interphases. Here we present novel polymer and liquid electrolyte components that enable long term cycling of Li metal and lithium ion battery full cells. The concepts for electrolyte selection and formulation will be particularly highlighted.

15:50 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

16:35 Presentation to be Announced

17:00 Talk Title to be Announced

Stefan Koller, PhD, CEO, VARTA Micro Innovation GmbH

17:25 Improvements to Disordered Rock-Salt Li-Excess Cathode Materials

Dee Strand, PhD, CSO, Chemistry, Wildcat Discovery Technologies

Cathode materials with higher energy density than layered oxide materials are required for future demands of vehicle electrification. Disordered rock-salt Li-excess structures, such as Li3NbO4, have been demonstrated to achieve capacities of greater than 300 mAh/g reversible capacities at elevated temperatures. The high capacity is believed to be due to reversible redox chemistry of the oxide anions. This new class of high energy cathode materials provides an opportunity for a step change increase in cell level energy density. However, improvements are still required.

17:50 Q&A

18:1Close of Day

Wednesday, October 17

8:30 Registration and Morning Coffee

9:00 Chairperson's Remarks

Martin Winter, PhD, Chair, Applied Material Science for Energy Conversion and Storage, MEET Battery, Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster

9:05 From Liquid to Solid: High Conductivity Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries

Andreas Hintennach, PhD, Professor, Research HV Battery Systems, Daimler AG

Novel and sustainable electroactive materials can help to decrease the ecological impact of novel battery concepts in the near future. While on the one hand, high energy density is required, the aspects of safety, lifetime get more important and often mean a challenge. All these requirements are met by very different approaches with different characteristics: all solid-state cells, high-energy materials, lithium-sulfur and even different systems, e.g. Na- or Mg-Ion.

9:30 Topic: Solid State

Jurgen Janek, PhD, Director, Center of Materials Research, Justus-Liebig University & BELLA, Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

9:55 Li-Metal as the New Frontier in Battery Technology

Qichao Hu, PhD, Founder & CEO, SolidEnergy Systems Corp.

SolidEnergy has introduced light semi-solid lithium metal batteries. The breakthrough technology incorporates a high concentration solvent-in-salt electrolyte capable of operating at room temperature as well as a protected lithium metal anode that is many times smaller and lighter than a graphite or silicon composite anode. Thus, SolidEnergy offers twice the energy density at an incredibly reduced weight when compared to conventional lithium-ion technology. The semi-solid design results from use of both solid and liquid electrolytes, and it features additives that prevent a lithium metal reaction, which otherwise forms dendrites.

10:20 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

10:50 Presentation to be Announced

11:15 From Lithium Metal Powder to High Energy Batteries

Adam Best, PhD, Senior Scientist & Research Group Leader, High Performance Metal Industries, CSIRO Energy Technology

In order to enable higher energy batteries lithium metal is a key requirement for the anode. At present, there are a number of challenges to produce Lithium metal sustainably whilst ensuring that Lithium metal foils used in devices do not turn dendritic on continuous cycling. This presentation will address both of these topics and describe innovations which are being developed at CSIRO Australia.

11:40 Kynar® Fluoropolymers in LiB - Range Extension for Cathode and Separator Coatings

Thomas Fine, PhD, Global Market Manager, Technical Polymers, ARKEMA

Today, Kynar® Battery Solutions are represented by two flagship ranges - Kynar® HSV electrode binder resins and Kynarflex® LBG separator coating resins. During this presentation, Arkema will highlight its latest innovation in these 2 product lines to meet the always more demanding requirements in terms of performance and safety.

12:05 Q&A

12:35 Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)

14:00 Close of Lithium-Ion Battery Materials


* 活动内容有可能不事先告知作更动及调整。


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