Parallel Session 1

3. April 2019

14:00  -  15:40

Session 1A: Lithium-ion cells: materials and improvements on properties
Location: tbd
Session Chairs: Dr. Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens · Dr. Gerhard Hörpel

14:00Development of super high ionic conductivity electrolyte for lithium ion batteryYasunori OzawaUniversity of Münster
14:20Nanostructured single-ion conducting polymer electrolytes for safer high-performance lithium batteriesDr. Dominic BresserKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
14:40Structure-Reactivity Relationship of Pyrazole-based Compounds as High Voltage Electrolyte Additives and their Impact on the Overall Performance of Li Ion BatteriesNatascha von AspernForschungszentrum Jülich
15:00Development and evaluation of synergistic electrolyte additives for high-voltage lithium-ion batteriesArefeh KazzaziHelmholtz Institute Ulm
15:20Quenching cathode electrolyte interphase on Ni-rich cathode materials for preventing short circuit problem in lithium ion batteryProf. Fu-Ming WangNational Taiwan University of Science and Technology



Session 1B: Battery Systems
Location: tbd
Session Chairs: Dr. Falko Schappacher · Dr. Alexander Warnecke

14:00Ageing of Lithium-Ion-Batteries Under the Influence of Periodic High Frequency Current Ripple Due to DC/DC-ConvertersPablo Korth Pereira FerrazTechnische Universität Berlin
14:20Aging of Lithium Ion Batteries – Detecting Gas Evolution with In-Operando Mass SpectrometryDr. Ulriika MattinenRoyal Institute of Technology (KTH)
14:40Systematic Investigation of Mechanical Aging of High Energy Lithium-Ion BatteriesLisa WillenbergISEA, RWTH Aachen University
15:00Understanding the different aging trends of usable capacity and mobile Li capacity in Li-ion cellsBjörn RumbergVolkswagen AG
15:20Degredation path dependency in Lithium-Ion batteries for electric vehiclesMiss Trishna RajUniversity of Oxford



Session 1C: Automotive and mobile applications
Location: tbd
Session Chairs: Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Karden · Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Schweiger

14:00Risk estimation of failing automotive Li-ion batteriesDipl.-Ing. Christiane EsslKompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
14:20Investigation of significant capacity recovery effects due to long rest times during cyclic aging tests in automotive lithium ion cells and their influence on lifetimeM.Sc. Bernd EpdingVolkswagen AG
14:40Requirements of a High Power 48V Battery System for future xEV ApplicationsUlf StenzelAVL SCHRICK GmbH
15:00Frontloading for battery development by virtual certification testingRüdiger BeykirchFEV Europa GmbH
15:20Cell Selection and Thermal Management System Design for a 5C Rate Ultrafast Charging Battery ModuleDr. Phillip KollmeyerMcMaster University

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