Plenary Talks 2018

10. April 2018

Planary Talk 1

Congress-Hall

10:30  -  11:15

The Faraday Challenge – The UK’s joined-up approach to battery research and industrialisation
Prof. David Greenwood
University of Warwick (UK)

Plenary Talk 2

Congress-Hall

11:15  -  11:45

The rechargeable battery market worldwide and the main trends 2017 – 2025
Christophe Pillot
Avicenne Energy

Plenary Talk 3

Congress-Hall

11:45  -  12:15

The evolution of an excellent production site towards e-mobility and e-powered driving pleasure
Dr. Andreas Wendt
BMW Group

11. April 2018

Plenary Talk 4

Congress-Hall

09:00  -  09:45

Can Multi-Electron Intercalation Reactions be the Basis of Next Generation Batteries?
Prof. Dr. Stanley Whittingham
State University of New York at Binghamton

Plenary Talk 5

Congress-Hall

09:45  -  10:15

Project Fab4Lib – first step for the mass production of Lithium Ion Cells in Germany
Dr. Ulrich Ehmes
TerraE Holding GmbH

Plenary Talk 6

Congress-Hall

10:15  -  10:45

Future Development of the Asian Electric Vehicle Battery Market and Related Technologies
Dr. Mark Lu
Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEKC)

Plenary Talk 7

Congress-Hall

10:45  -  11:30

Dendrite prevention strategies in Li metal anodes: A mathematical perspective
Dr. Venkat Srinivasan
Argonne National Laboratory

Summary and Outlook 2019

Congress-Hall

16:40  -  17:00