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S4: Advanced Energy Storage Materials and Systems: Lithium and Beyond


EMA 2012


This symposium brings together researchers from academia and industry to present the latest advances in electrical energy storage materials and storage systems, ranging from current state of the art lithium-ion batteries, lithium air and sulfur chemistries, all solid-state batteries, novel electrolytes and large scale redox flow batteries. Special focus will be on novel electrode architectures (including 3D concepts) and new materials systems having potential for alternate charge storage mechanism, such as multi-electron red-ox species, conversion and displacement-based reactions (beyond intercalation). Recent developments and issues in solid electrolytes and their successful integration and compatibility with lithium metal anodes for solid-state device architecture will be covered. Other topics of interest include multiscale/multiphysics based modeling approach to predict structure-property correlation, 3D transport and performance prediction.


Proposed Session Topics

  • New developments in high voltage electrodes, electrolytes and alternative red-ox chemistries
  • Novel electrode architecture, assembly and design for advanced batteries
  • Interfacial processes and in-situ methods for energy storage materials and devices
  • Next generation advanced energy storage devices: lithium-air, lithium-sulfur and all solid-state batteries
  • Multiscale and multiphysics based modeling of advanced electrodes and batteries
  • Large format energy storage systems including red-ox flow batteries

Symposium Organizers

  • Jagjit Nanda, Oak Ridge National Lab
  • Yue Qi, General Motors R&D
  • Sergey Lopatin, Applied Materials
  • Amit Goyal, Oak Ridge National Lab

Point of Contact

Jagjit Nanda, Phone: 1+(865) 241-8361



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