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S2: Advanced Electrochemical Materials for Energy Storage

Batteries convert chemical energy into electrical energy and represent a multi-billion dollar industry. The state-of-the-art electrical energy storage systems are not able to meet the requirements for energy-efficient use in transportation, grid, and commercial technologies. New concepts in materials design for battery technology are sought to overcome the current limitations of performance and lifetime. More critical insight is required to both in terms of material structures, as well as interfacial reactions to produce next-generation electrode materials and battery cells enabling higher energy densities, high power densities, and longer cycling abilities. This symposium explores novel energy storage materials and technologies that are critical to making the current energy storage systems more effective. In addition, abstracts are sought on supercapacitors and flexible batteries for self-powering small electronics. Abstracts are sought in fundamentals, modeling, mechanisms, materials design, screening, electrode architectures, diagnostics and materials characterization, and electrode/electrolyte interface characterization.

 

 

Session topics

  • Lithium batteries
  • Sodium batteries
  • Magnesium batteries
  • Lithium-air batteries
  • Lithium-sulfur batteries
  • Redox flow batteries
  • All-solid-state batteries
  • High temperature batteries
  • Flexible batteries
  • Supercapacitors

 

Organizers

Dave Mitlin, Clarkson University, USA, dmitlin@clarkson.edu

Palani Balaya, National University of Singapore, Singapore, mpepb@nus.edu.sg

Yu Zhong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA, yzhong@wpi.edu


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