Cambridge EnerTech’s

Advances in Automotive Battery Applications
( 汽车电池应用的进展 )

Optimizing High-Performance Batteries for EVs

2020年3月31日~4月1日


OEM demand drives innovation for advanced lithium batteries for automotive applications. Discover what components drive this innovation through accelerated discussion of R&D advancements that strengthens international cooperation in battery development. This conference will address the critical issues facing application developers, design engineers and system engineers as they work to overcome barriers to bringing products to market as well as improve the capabilities of existing products. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the key industry organizations from around the globe on their strategies to finding success and how they are conquering the challenges of commercialization.

Preliminary Agenda

OEM APPLICATION-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT

Charging of Lithium-Ion Batteries: Infrastructure Considerations and Modeling and Avoidance of Overcharge

Mark Verbrugge, PhD, Director, Chemical and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors

Lithium Metal Anodes – An Automotive Perspective

Tobias Glossman, Senior Engineer, Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America

Considerations for the Application of Advanced Electrochemical Energy Sources in the Automotive Environment

Carrie Okma, Senior Technical Specialist, Lithium-Ion Cell/Chemistry, FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

INNOVATION AND DESIGN IN NEXT-GENERATION TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS

Investigation of Non-Uniform Degradation in Lithium-Ion Battery Packs

Chuanbo Yang, PhD, Senior Energy Storage Engineer, Transportation and Hydrogen Systems Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Rising to the Challenge: Rechargeable Battery SCiB with LTO Anode for Future Automotive Society

Koji Ishiwa, Senior Manager, Battery Cell Application Engineering Department, Toshiba

Commercializing Solid-State Batteries for EV and ESS Applications – Challenges and Opportunities

Brian Sisk, PhD, Vice President, Cell Product Development, A123 Systems

EV MARKET DEMAND

U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Battery Research Programs and Objectives

Samuel Gillard, Technology Development Manager, Battery R&D, U.S. Department of Energy

xEV Industry Trends of Charging & Battery Systems

Kevin Konecky, Battery Systems Consultant, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

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