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S10: Batteries and Energy Storage

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Batteries convert chemical energy into electrical energy. The many types of available batteries represent a multi-billion-dollar industry, yet state-of-the-art electrical energy storage systems cannot meet requirements for use in transportation, grid, and commercial technologies. Battery technology seeks new concepts in materials design to overcome current limitations of performance and lifetime. More critical insight is required to overcome both limitations in terms of material structures as well as interfacial reactions to produce next-generation electrode materials and battery cells with higher energy densities, higher power densities, and longer cycling abilities. This symposium will explore novel energy storage materials and technologies that are critical to make current energy storage systems more effective in the future.

 

Proposed Session Topics:

Fundamentals, modeling, mechanisms, materials design, screening, electrode architectures, diagnostics, materials characterization, and electrode/electrolyte interface characterization of the following systems:

  • Lithium batteries
  • Sodium batteries
  • Magnesium batteries
  • Lithium–air batteries
  • Lithium–sulfur batteries
  • Redox flow batteries
  • All-solid-state batteries
  • High-temperature batteries
  • Supercapacitor

 

Symposium Organizers:

  • Palani Balaya, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Dany Carlier-Larregaray, Institute for Solid State Chemistry Bordeaux–French National Centre for Scientific Research, France
  • Mickael Dolle, University of Montréal, Canada
  • Robert Dominko, National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
  • Kisuk Kang, Seoul National University, Korea
  • Partha P. Mukherjee, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Neeraj Sharma, University of New South Wales, Australia

 

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