Gesamtprogramm Parallelsessions und Posterausstellung

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10.04./13:451ADetection of lithium plating with different methodsProf. Dr.-Ing. Julia KowalTU Berlin
10.04./14:101ASilicon anode research: From a high capacity electrode to a high energy density full cellMarkus PiwkoFraunhofer Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS Dresden
10.04./14:301AIndicators for safety in Second-Life Applications of Li-ion cellsDr.rer.nat. Thomas WaldmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
10.04./14:501AStudying the internal inhomogeneous aging behavior inside commercial lithium ion batteriesVenkat Nehru BandlaIFPEN
10.04./15:101AIrreversible calendaric aging and quantification of the reversible capacity loss caused by anode overhangMeinert LewerenzRWTH Aachen University
10.04./13:451BLithium-Sulfur Batteries: Impact of new electrolytes on pouch cell performanceDr. Holger AlthuesFraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS)
10.04./14:101BInvestigation of Liquid Solid Electrolyte Interphase Precursors on Lithium Metal AnodesMarkus Sebastian DingKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
10.04./14:301BLithium surface modification: improving the cycling performances of lithium-metal anodesDr. Marian Cristian StanWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität
10.04./14:501B3D-structured Lithium anodes for Li/S batteriesDr. Martin OpitzForschungsinstitut Edelmetalle und Metallchemie (FEM)
10.04./15:101BMagnesium/Sulfur Batteries - The Differences between Mg and Li Polysulfide ChemistriesGeorg BiekerUniversity of Münster
10.04./13:451CParameter estimation for the single particle model of a lithium-ion batteryProfessor David HoweyUniversity of Oxford
10.04./14:101CSafety testing of lithium ion traction batteries: identifying gaps and shortcomingsDr. Vanesa Ruiz RuizJoint Research Centre
10.04./14:301CIdentification and Differentiation of Ageing Processes in Lithium-Ion Batteries using Nonlinear Battery DynamicsNina HartingTechnische Universität Braunschweig
10.04./14:501CComparative study of self-adaptive Li-ion battery ageing modelsMattin LucuIK4-Ikerlan Technology Research Centre
10.04./15:101CAn Electro-Thermal Aging Model for Prediction and Improvement of Battery LifetimeSara MohajerRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH
10.04./16:152ASuper high ionic conductivity electrolyte for lithium ion batteryDr. Naoki MatsuokaAsahi Kasei Corporation
10.04./16:402ADetailed investigation of the passivation layer in Lithium Rich Cathode Materials by XPSMaral HekmatfarHelmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
10.04./17:002ACycle Stability of Lithium Ion Battery Full Cells with Silicon Alloy Anodes – Implications on Driving Range, Costs and Business Models of Electric VehiclesProf. Dr. Egbert FiggemeierForschungszentrum Jülich
10.04./17:202AFast charging effects on lithium-ion battery cells of PHEV-typeDr. Pontus SvensScania CV AB
10.04./17:402AOn the reversible homogenization effect in high energy lithium-ion batteries caused by the graphite anodeFriedrich HustRWTH Aachen
10.04./16:152BNonlinear Conductivity of Electrolytes – A New Optimization Parameter?Dr. Diddo DiddensHelmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS), Forschungszentrum Jülich
10.04./16:402BIonic Liquid based Electrolyte Systems for Zinc-Air BatteriesDr. Thomas J. S. SchubertIOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH
10.04./17:002BDevelopment of an All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Based on a Sulfidic ElectrolyteMarlou KellerHelmholtz Institut Ulm (HIU), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
10.04./17:202BSustainability Assessment of Future Battery TechnologiesDr. Helena BergAB Libergreen
10.04./17:402BUltracapacitors with improved energy storage: Progress and ApplicationsDr. Sebastian PohlmannSkeleton Technologies GmbH
10.04./16:152CAging effects of alternating current harmonics on lithium ion cellsAlexander BessmanKTH
10.04./16:402CInhomogeneities in lithium-ion battery modules: A physicochemical model based analysis of influencing factors on module performance and efficiencyKatharina RumpfTechnische Universität München
10.04./17:002CAdaptive and Predictive Battery Management SystemDr.-Ing. Andreas BraunAVL Deutschland GmbH
10.04./17:202COnline state of health estimation for Lithium ion batteries with incremental capacity (IC) methodMrs. Yi LiVrije Universiteit Brussel
10.04./17:402CElectrochemical Control for Lithium-Ion Battery Health-Aware Fast ChargingDr. Changfu ZouChalmers University of Technology
11.04./12:453ASilicon as a capacity enhancing additive in graphite electrodesDr. Fabian JeschullPaul-Scherrer Institut
11.04./13:103ATowards the realization of sustainable high-energy Li-ion cathodesDr. Dominic BresserKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
11.04./13:303ACapacity Fade in Lithium-Ion Batteries at Cyclic Aging inbetween various SOC RangesSophia GantenbeinKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
11/04//13:503AAnodic behavior of the Aluminum Current Collector in Imide-based ElectrolytesDr. Paul MeisterForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
11.04./14:103AAn experimental study on the influence of formation parameters on the SEI film formationChristian PeterFraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme IKTS
11.04./12:453BTeaching ElectrochemistryProf. Dr.-Ing. Tilman SandersFH Münster University of Applied Sciences
11.04./13:103BEffects of temperature and temperature distribution on lithium-ion battery ageingAbdilbari Shifa MussaKTH The Royal Institute of Technology
11.04./13:303BAging Comparison of 12V Start-Stop Batteries of Varying Chemistry and TypePhillip KollmeyerMcMaster University
11.04./13:503BThermal Run-away in Lithium-Ion Batteries: Standardisation and Homologation AspectsDr. Alexander BörgerVolkswagen AG
11.04./14:103BFunctional Safety and Availability of 48V batteries – competing requirements?Sven BergmannRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH
11.04./12:453CHigh Precision Coulometry as a method for advanced quality and aging assessment of Li-ion batteriesDr. Peter KeilTechnical University of Munich
11.04./13:103CLi-Ion Battery Failures: HF Concentration MeasurementDipl.-Ing. Christiane EsslKompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
11.04./13:303CRisk of Vibrations and Resonances for Lithium-Ion Batteries - A new experimental and simulative analyzing methodPhilipp BergTechnichal University of Munich (TUM)
11.04./13:503CSafety and ageing of a commercial Li-ion batteryDr. ing. Preben J. S. VieInstitute for Energy Technology
11.04./14:103CA Comparison between Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Incremental Capacity-Differential Voltage as Li-ion Diagnostic Techniques to Identify and Quantify Degradation ModesMr. Carlos Pastor-FernándezWMG - The University of Warwick
11.04./15:154AHigh capacity 3D solid state batteries: a disruptive next-generation technologyPhD Michal TulodzieckiTNO
11.04./15:404A3D Porous Cu–Zn Alloys as Alternative Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries with Superior Low T PerformanceDr. Alberto VarziKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
11.04./16:004AA new low viscosity binder system for aqueous processing of ultra-thick Li ion battery cathodesLukas IbingUniversity of Muenster
11.04./16:204ALow-flammable electrolytes with Fluoroethylene carbonate based mixtures and LiTFSI for safer Li-ion batteriesZhengqi WangKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
11.04./15:154BLean-Clean-Green and Fast: Requirements for cost effective Li-Ion Battery FactoriesDr. Klaus EberhardtM+W Group gmbH
11.04./15:404BProduction technologies for oxide-based all-solid-state batteriesJoscha SchnellTU München
11.04./16:004BRecycling of Li-ionen batteries – the shockwave methodDr.-Ing. Jörg ZimmermannFraunhofer-Projektgruppe für Wertstoffkreisläufe und Ressourcenstrategie
11.04./16:204BComposition, manufacturing process and operating parameters of blend cathodes for Li-ion batteriesDr. Alice HoffmannZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
11.04./15:154COptimization potentials of isolated grids (brownfield)Dr. Susanne LehnerMAN Diesel & Turbo SE
11.04./15:404CVanadium Redox Flow Battery Model for Operation Strategy OptimizationBjörn KleinsteinbergISEA RWTH Aachen
11.04./16:004CPassive hybridization of lithium-ion battery cells with a photovoltaic moduleProf. Dr. Wolfgang BesslerHochschule Offenburg
11.04./16:204CReconfigurable Array of Inexpensive Batteries Architecture (RAIBA)Dr. Shou-Hung Welkin LingIndustrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
10/04//10:30Keynote 1The Faraday Challenge – The UK’s joined-up approach to battery research and industrialisationProf. David GreenwoodWMG, International Manufacturing Centre, University of Warwick
10.04./11:15Keynote 2The rechargeable battery market worldwide and the main trends 2017 – 2025Christophe PillotAvicenne Energy
10.04./11:45Keynote 3The evolution of an excellent production site towards e-mobility and e-powered driving pleasureDr. Andreas WendtBMW Group
11.04./09:00Keynote 4Can Multi-Electron Intercalation Reactions be the Basis of Next Generation Batteries?Prof. Dr. Stanley WhittinghamState University of New York at Binghamton
11.04./09:45Keynote 5Project Fab4Lib – first step for the mass production of Lithium Ion Cells in GermanyDr. Ulrich EhmesTerraE Holding GmbH
11.04./09:45Keynote 5Project Fab4Lib – first step for the mass production of Lithium Ion Cells in GermanyDr. Ulrich EhmesManz AG
11/04//10:15Keynote 6Future Development of the Asian Electric Vehicle Battery Market and Related TechnologiesDr. Mark LuIndustrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEKC)
11.04./10:45Keynote 7Dendrite prevention strategies in Li metal anodes: A mathematical perspectiveDr. Venkat SrinivasanArgonne National Lab

2. Posterausstellung

P1-01Energy Consumption of Heavy-Duty Trucks with Alternative Drivetrains: Battery Electric Trucks, Overhead Catenary Trucks and Fuel Cell TrucksIvan MareevInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P1-02Combined hybrid energy storage for electric vehicles - development, system integration, energy and thermal managementChristoph KettenringFraunhofer-Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik IWES
P1-03Methodical framework for the analysis of international legislation with regard to safety-related boundary conditions for electric vehiclesRoland UerlichTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-04System Integration of Magnesium Sulfur Chemistry by Optimal Dimensioning of Hybrid Battery SystemsFelix KampmannSchaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG
P1-06Advanced solutions in over-current protection of HV DC circuit of battery-powered electric vehicles.Mitja KoprivšekETI Eletroelement d.d.
P1-07LNMO/graphite pouch cells for vehicle applications: performances and lifetime testingHartmut PoppAIT Austrian Institute of Technology
P1-09Methodological Framework to identify characteristics and properties of Li-Ion Batteries to support the early stages of electric vehicle developmentSina RahlfsTU Braunschweig
P1-10Cooling Analysis and Optimization of Modular High Voltage BatteriesRichard HeinemannBertrandt Technologie GmbH
P1-12Statistical Modelling for Characterising the Ageing Behaviour of Lithium-Ion CellsDipl.-Ing. Matthias K. ScharrerVIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center
P1-13Compact power unit based on Monolithic Integrated PV-batteryDr. Solomon AgboForschungszentrum Julich GmbH
P2-01Micro-cycling in MV UPS systems and how it affects battery agingDr. Reto FlückigerABB
P2-02Current distribution estimation in parallel connections based on battery pack modelingSteven NeupertTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-03Electrical characterisation of Lithium-Ion Cells Above of their Operation RangeChristoph NeblTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-04ExLaLiB – Combining extrusion and laser drying to establish a novel preparation process for water based Li ion battery electrodesTobias GallaschUniversity of Muenster
P2-05In-line detection of cell internal shortsDr. Michael Roscherthyssenkrupp System Engineering GmbH
P2-06Analysis and Control of heterogeneous battery systemsProf. Dr.-Ing. Oliver BohlenHochschule München
P2-07Electrochemical Investigations of Recycled Active Materials from Spent Li-Ion BatteriesDr. Sascha NowakUniversity of Münster
P2-08Influence of the surface properties of the connector material on the reliable and reproducible contacting of battery cells with a laser beam welding processJohanna HelmFraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
P2-09Data analytics oriented tracking and tracing in lithium-ion battery cell productionArtem TuretskyyTU Braunschweig, Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik
P2-10Examination of the correlation between deposition accuracy of electrodes and electrochemical properties of lithium-ion batteriesRuben LeithoffBattery LabFactory Braunschweig (BLB)
P2-11Investigation of path efficiencies in Household Li-Ion Battery Storage SystemsM.Sc. Bernhard SchwarzKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P2-12ExLaLiB – Combining extrusion and laser drying to establish a novel preparation process for water based Li ion battery electrodesTobias GallaschUniversity of Muenster
P2-13Improvement of continuous extrusion regarding dispersing and degassing of battery slurries with high solids contentMatthias HaarmannTU Braunschweig
P2-14Detection of critical operation modes in lithium-ion cells using physically based, online applicable model structures based on half-cell potentialsSeyedmehdi HosseininasabKarlsruhe Institute of Technology / Helmholz Institute Ulm
P2-15Intermittent Slot Die Coating for Li-Ion Battery ElectrodesRalf DiehmKarlsruher Institute of Technology
P2-16Autoregressive Gaussian process regression for battery degradation prediction with multiple-cell dataDr. Robert RichardsonUniversity of Oxford
P2-17Battery degradation modelling for optimal control of grid-connected lithium-ion batteriesMsc Jorn ReniersUniversity of Oxford
P2-18Microscopic tools for the automated microstructure characterization of Li-ion batteriesAndreas KoppHochschule Aalen
P2-19Impedance based investigation of current density inhomogeneity in large format pouch-cellsChristopher HeimDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P2-20The inner and outer temperature distribution of Li-ion cells and modules: the influence of thermal management applicationsDominic J. BeckerKIT
P2-21Investigation of microstructure influences on the multi-physical transport processes in Li-ion cellsPhilipp SeegertKIT
P2-22Experimental investigation of the capacity fade during calendar and cyclic ageing under different thermal boundary conditionsSabine PaarmannKIT
P2-23Lithium-Ion Battery process identification with Nonlinear Frequency Response AnalysisNicolas WolffTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-25Fast Charging: Thermal Management using Phase Change MaterialsDr. Veit SteinbauerAalen University of Applied Sciences
P2-26Degradation of LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 under high voltage operation: experimental and model parameterization studyMaria VariniKTH Royal Institute of Technology
P2-27Investigation of the Impact of Volumetric Expansion of Cylindrical Lithium-Ion Cells on AgingLisa BeckerInstitut fuer Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
P2-28Experimental and modeling study of a lithium-ion pouch cell with LCO/NCA blend cathode. Part 2: Model development and validationSerena CarelliOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-29Towards Online Aging Detection: A Physical-Based Model for Li-Ion Batteries for automotive BMSDominik SchleddeFEV GmbH
P2-30Experimental and modeling study of a lithium-ion pouch cell with LCO/NCA blend cathode. Part 1: Parameterization by in-situ and ex-situ experimentsMehmet Can YagciOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-31Development of improved diagnosis algorithms for lithium-ion batteries, implementation in a microcontroller, and hardware-in-the-loop simulator testingDr. Jorge Varela BarrerasUniversity of Oxford
P2-32Consideration of energy efficiency of Li-ion systems in realistic scenariosDr. Matthias SchelterHoppecke Advanced Battery Technology GmbH
P2-33Thermal modelling to investigate heat generation and temperature distribution in Li-ion battery cellsOliver QueisserKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-34Using a heterogeneous electrical equivalent circuit as a non-invasive tool to characterize a cell performanceDr. Nicolas DamaySorbonne universités, université de technologie de Compiègne
P2-35High Speed and High Accuracy in Electro-Thermal Drive Cycle SimulationsDr. Martin HüskeFEV Europe GmbH
P2-36Improved reliability and balancing performance using power electronics enhanced battery packsMr Efstratios ChatzinikolaouUniversity of Oxford
P2-37A Distribution of Relaxation Times Analysis on Commercial Wound Cells and on Extracted Electrodes in Experimental CellsMarkus HahnUniversity of Bayreuth
P2-38Optimising lithium-ion cell design for plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehiclesMr Ian CampbellImperial College London
P2-39State of Health Estimation of a Lithium-Ion Battery Module Using Incremental Capacity AnalysisM.Sc. Samppa JenuVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P2-40Operating a Reliable Smart-Trolleybus-System by Implementing Battery-Trolleybuses and a Stationary Storage SystemMahjar WazifehdustBergische Universität Wuppertal
P2-41Modular cost model to assess life cycle battery costsM. Sc. Nicolas BognarTU Braunschweig, BatteryLabFactory
P2-42Regression of different holistic ageing models based on field data.M. Sc. Felix HildenbrandRWTH Aachen University
P2-43System for Automated Test Cell Assembly with Integrated Knowledge Discovery SupportKai BockwinkelTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-44Over-the-Air-Battery-Management-Updates using Blockchain AlgorithmDr. Jens BockstetteFutavis GmbH
P2-45Introduction of battery diagnosis method using intermodulation distortionJonghyeon KimTU Berlin
P2-46Structural optimization of ultra-thick NCM 622 cathodes for high energy Lithium-ion batteriesLea Sophie KremerZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
P2-47Development of a Management System for Stationary Battery Systems with Optimized Service LifeM. Sc. Weihan LiInstitut für Stromrichter und elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P2-49Microjoining for Battery and Power Electronics: Key Technology for ElectromobilitySören HollatzFraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
P2-50High load NCM-622 cathodes based on a solvent-free coating processDipl. Chem. Jannes OpheyFraunhofer Institut für Siliziumtechnologie (ISIT)
P2-51Influence of the energy input during mixing on suspension and electrode propertiesJulian MayerTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-52Simulation-based diagnosis for battery batch production processesVincent LaueTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-53Model approach for accessing the impact of production influences on electrochemical behavior of LIBsMatthias ThomitzekTU Braunschweig
P2-54Capacity fade assessment of used Lithium-ion cells in notebook batteriesIng Felipe SalinasTechnical University of Berlin
P2-55My 48 Volt direct current off-grid Solar Housedietmar spiegelexperimentelle wohnbauforschung
P2-56Ageing of Li-ion Batteries in specific dynamic applicationsM.Sc. Lennart BeushausenTehnische Universität Clausthal
P2-58Diagnosing degradation in commercially available lithium-ion cells using open circuit voltage measurementsProf David HoweyUniversity of Oxford
P3-01Flexible Composite Membranes for Solid-State BatteriesKatharina AhlbrechtFraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT
P3-02Fluorosulfonyl Isocyanate as a novel functional electrolyte additive for anodesDr. Junli ShiInstitut für Energie- und Klimaforschung (IEK
Helmholtz-Institut Münster (HI MS)
P3-03Thin film electrolytes for all-solid-state lithium batteries by sputter depositionDr. Sandra LobeForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P3-04Thermal stability studies of lithium-intercalated electrode materials with accelerating rate calorimetry (ARC)Dr. Andreas DreizlerDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR)
P3-05Visualizing elemental deposition patterns on carbonaceous anodes from lithium ion batteriesDr. Sascha NowakUniversity of Münster
P3-06Improved electrochemical stability of aluminum current collector in trifluoromethyl-modified adiponitrile-based electrolytesKristina OldigesHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P3-07Selected pyrazole-based compounds as multifunctional additives for the advanced lithium-ion battery applicationNatascha von AspernForschungszentrum Jülich
P3-08Solid Polymer Electrolytes based on Lithium Ion Nanochannels for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion BatteriesLaura ImholtForschungszentrum Jülich, IEK-12
P3-10Novel Silicon-Sulfur Cells: Surface Chemistry and InteractionSandra HansenTechnische Fakultät, Funktionale Nanomaterialien
P3-11Energy and material efficiency enhancement using Extrusion- & Laser Drying Technologies for fabrication of LIB electrodesM.Sc. RWTH Saskia WesselRWTH Aachen
P3-12Aluminum current collector corrosion inhibition in bipolar lithium ion batteriesDipl.-Ing. Michael ClaußIAV GmbH
P3-13Enhancing the electron and ion transport properties in All-Solid-State-Battery cathodes by designing a hybrid electron and ion conducting composite materialLinus FroboeseTU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig
P3-14Microstructural and electrochemical investigation of water based electrodes produced by extrusion and laser dryingXiaofei YangMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-15The role of LiPF6/organic carbonate-based electrolyte oxidation on specific capacity losses at high positive electrode potentialsJohannes KasnatscheewHelmholtz Institut Münster
P3-16Self-organized nano-structured silicon as anode material for Li-ion batteries.Dr. Wim SoppeEnergy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
P3-17Production of silicon-carbon composite structures using high-intensity dispersion processesChristine NowakTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-18A better carbon footprint for lithium ion batteries via a biobased binder systemDr. Maja KandulaInstitute of Joining and Welding, TU Braunschweig
P3-19Powder pretreatment for a solvent free processing of lithium ion battery electrodesGerrit SchälickeTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-21Correlation of Degradation Effects and the Thermal Stability of Different Positive and Negative Active Materials in Lithium Ion BatteriesDr. Markus BörnerUniversity of Münster
P3-22The needs of battery modellers versus battery measurement standardsGrietus MulderVITO / EnergyVille
P3-23Degradation effects due to fast charging, inspected by microscopy, in 18650 NCA cylindrical High-Energy cellsDaria ZeibigAalen University
P3-24Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon-Carbon Composites for the Application in Lithium Ion BatteriesMirco RuttertMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-25Electrolyte Additives for Improved Performance of Lithium Ion Full Cells Based on Silicon Thin Film AnodesRoman NölleMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-26Porous Silicon Coatings for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes Deposited by Co-Evaporation of Silicon and ZincDr. Bert ScheffelFraunhofer FEP
P3-27Electrical and Optical Characterization of PlatingJulian MarscheiderTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-28Investigations of novel polyhydric ester-based solvents as environmental friendly alternatives for lithium ion batteriesDr. Mariano GrünebaumHelmholtz Institut Münster (HI MS)
P3-29A Comprehensive Test Setup to Investigate Lithium-Ion-Battery Ageing Under The Effect of High Frequency Current RipplePablo Korth Pereira FerrazTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-30Degradation in lithium ion batteries studied by computer tomography, light- and electron microscopy, raman- and mass spectrometryDr. Ute Golla-SchindlerHochschule Aalen
P3-31Safety Testing using Battery Calorimetry for Thermal Runaway Prevention of Lithium-Ion BatteriesDr. Carlos ZiebertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P3-33Examining Inhomogeneous Degradation of Graphite/Carbon Black Composite Electrodes in Li-Ion Batteries by Lock-In ThermographyMartin KnipperUniversity of Oldenburg
P3-34Lifetime Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries by Impedance MeasurementsMichael WeissKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-35Why customizing Lithium Ion Cells?Dr. Stefan PermienCustom Cells Itzehoe GmbH
P3-36Sulfolane-based high concentration electrolytes for secondary lithium batteriesTong ZhangHelmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS)
P3-37Characterization of aging products in lithium ion battery electrolytes by means of solid phase microextraction - gas chromatography - mass spectrometryFabian HorsthemkeMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-38Impedance spectroscopy for investigation of anode and cathode agingM.Sc. Martin WünschVolkswagen AG
P3-39Operando XRD data analysis of Li-ion batteries from laboratory diffractometersDr. Marco SommarivaMalvern Panalytical
P3-4Lifetime Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries by Impedance MeasurementsMichael WeissKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-40In situ X-ray diffraction during battery cycling at various temperaturesChristina SchmittDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P3-41NCM Cathode Materials with Tailored Morphology and Composition Synthesized by a Continuous Couette-Taylor ReactorDr.-Ing. Vassilios SioziosMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-42Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery electrolyte - Structural elucidation of aging products by HPLC-MSnJonas HenschelMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-43Investigation of Crosslinked PMMA Gel Electrolytes for Li-ion BatterySeyedeh Sheida HosseiniounInstitute of Energy and Climate Research IEK-12: Helmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS) Ionics in Energy Storage
P3-44Li/Mn-rich layered transition-metal oxides as high-energy cathode materials for lithium ion batteriesJonathan HelbigMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-45Combining Direct Solid Depth Profiling with Isotope Dilution Analysis by Means of Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry - A Powerful Tool for Aging Analyses of Lithium Ion BatteriesMarcel DiehlMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-46Overlithiated High Voltage Spinels: A New Way of Lithiation towards High Specific EnergiesJohannes BetzMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-47Investigation of Transition Metal-Based Cathode Materials – Speciation of Dissolved Mn(II) and Mn(III) by Means of Capillary ElectrophoresisLenard HanfMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-48Composite electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries based on Li7-xLa3Zr2-xTaxO12 and PEOM. Sc. Maike WirtzForschungszentrum Jülich
P3-5Characterization of the calendaring process of lithium-ion electrodes via DEM simulationsClara Sangrós GiménezTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-50Investigation of Environmental Friendly Binder Materials for Li Ion Batteries by Means of Pyrolysis-GC/MSYves PreibischMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-51Structural and Transport Properties of Li-conducting NASICON materialsDipl.-Chem. Andreas RoßbachForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P3-52Implications of aqueous processing for high energy density cathode materialsMichael HofmannFraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
P3-53Adiponitrile- Ethylene Carbonate-Free Based Electrolytes Compatible with Graphite anodesNiloofar Ehteshami-FlammerForschungszentrum Jülich (IEK-12)
P3-54Co-sintered ceramic electrodes for all-solid-state batteriesDr. Katja WätzigFraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
P3-55Insights into improving electrochemical performance of over- lithiated Ni substituted spinel oxide Li1+xNi0.5Mn1.5O4Prasanth BalasubramanianZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
P3-56Facile Synthesis and Lithium Storage Properties of tin-based intermetallics as novel anode materials for lithium ion batteriesOlga RiedelMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-57Effect of binder and conductive materials on performance of thick electrodes for Lithium Ion BatteriesMartin FrankenbergerUAS Landshut
P3-59Atomic-Scale Simulation for Accelerated Materials Development for BatteriesDr. Caroline KrauterSchrödinger GmbH
P3-60Transport mechanisms in single ion conducting polymer electrolytes for lithium metal batteriesKristina BorzutzkiHelmholtz Institut Münster
P3-61Effective conductivities and diffusion coefficients of lithium borate electrolytesMSc Karol PożyczkaWarsaw University of Technology
P3-62Synthesis of Graphitic Carbon by Catalytic Graphitization of Coffee Ground for the Application in Lithium Ion BatteriesVanessa HanhartMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-63Superionic diffusion through frustrated energy landscapeDr. Anna MiglioUniversité catholique de Louvain
P3-65Silicon as Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries - Production and TestingDr. Hanne Flåten AndersenInstitute for Energy Technology
P3-66Imaging of representative volumes in battery electrodes and direct visualization of lithium atoms: recent advances in electron microscopyDr. Herman Lemmensthermo fisher scientific
P3-67Identification of influencing Parameters on the Results of Nail Penetration Tests of Lithium-Ion BatteriesStefan DooseInstitute for Particle Technologie & Battery LabFactory, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P3-68Electrochemical performance of K, Ni and S doped lithium manganese oxide spinel based materialsMSc Krystian ChudzikJagiellonian University
P3-71Optimization of the composition of LiMn2O3.99S0.01 electrode for Li- ion batteriesM.Sc Eng. Marcelina LisJagiellonian University
P3-72Network Analysis and Simulation of Innovation Processes for Lithium batteriesDr.-Ing. Bert Droste-FrankeEA European Academy of Technology and Innovation Assessment
P3-73Effect of doping of lithium manganese spinel on manganese solubility in electrolyteMSc Weronika MarszałowiczJagiellonian University
P3-74Free-standing Si-CNT-SiC-C Hybrid Electrodes for Anodes in Lithium-ion BatteriesMiss Santamon LuanwuthiUniversity of Oxford
P3-75Sudden slope increase of capacity and resistance aging characteristics nearing end of life explained by cover layer formationMeinert LewerenzRWTH Aachen University
P3-7618650 cells currently applied in German power and consumer toolsDr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P3-77Analysis of the liquid electrolyte and of decomposition products in Li-ion and Li-S cells, including a safety comparisonDr. Markus HagenFraunhofer Institut für Chemische Technologie
P3-78Structure and Diffusion Coefficient Determination - Mercury Intrusion for Ion- and Conversion-Based Battery ElectrodesLinus FroboeseTU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig
P3-79What is the Impact of Cell Design on Aging Mechanisms in commercial Li-ion Cells?Dr.rer.nat. Thomas WaldmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
P4-01Origin of low cycle numbers in Li-S cells – electrolyte decomposition or electrolyte inaccesibility?Dr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P4-02Production of sulfur carbon composite material for lithium-sulfur-batteriesPaul TitscherTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P4-03Multi-methodology modeling of Li-air button cells: From elementary kinetics to 2D transport analysisDr. Manik MayurOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P4-04Biomaterial based toxic gas sensor using microwave resonant cavityDr. Sahib Babaee TooskiIran Elite Young Researcher Club, Azad University, Malayer, Iran
P4-05High concentrated electrolytes: A strategic approach towards stability improvement in Li-O2 batteriesPranay Kumar Reddy KottamZentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoffforschung BW
P4-06Lithium powder for battery systemsAleksei KolesnikovMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-07Investigation of lithium metal surface deposition phenomena by 7Li-NMRVerena KüpersMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-08Bifunctional, Carbon-Free and Co3O4 Modified Silver and Nickel Electrodes for Lithium-Air BatteriesB.Sc. Miguel-Rene Munoz BeltranDeutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt
P4-09Oxidic Solid Electrolytes for All Solid State Lithium Batteries: ongoing limitations and challengesGerrit HomannForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P4-10The influence of nitrogen-doping in hierarchical porous carbons for Li-S cathodesChristian KensyFraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS) Dresden
P4-11Intercalation based Electrode Materials for Fluoride Ion BatteriesProf. Dr. Oliver ClemensTU Darmstadt
P4-12Approaching long-term cycling performance for redox polymers as cathode-active materials in dual-ion batteriesMartin KolekMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-13The effect of Fluoroethylene Carbonate on Electrochemical Performances of Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesMeirong LiUniversität Münster
P4-14Economic viability and technology based assessment for emerging storage solutionsOle GebertFH Münster
P4-15Charging lithium-oxygen batteries ? Redox mediators for supporting the oxidation of discharge products at gas diffusion electrodesM.Sc. Bastian KruegerCarl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
P4-16Silicon Carbon Void Structures as Anode Material for Advanced Lithium-Ion and Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesAnne BaasnerTechnische Universität Dresden
P4-17Identifying Sulfur Reduction Kinetics for Li-Sulfur BatteriesPatrick SchönTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P4-18State of Charge estimation of zinc air batteries using electrochemical impedance spectroscopyAndre LoechteFachhochschule Münster
P4-19Worldwide Battery Market/Trends/New Technologies to 2025Sven BauerBMZ GmbH + TerraE
P4-20Compatibility of NiFe2O4 as redox-mass for high temperature metal oxide batteriesM. Sc. Julian EigenForschungszentrum Jülich
P4-21Medium-temperature molten sodium battery with aqueous iodine cathodesDr. Michael HolzapfelFraunhofer ICT
P4-22Layered manganese oxides - promising cathodes for the aluminium-ion batteryWilli PetersDechema-Forschungsinstitut
P4-23Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations for battery materialsDr. Steffen GrieshammerForschungszentrum Jülich
P4-24Hybrid Electrolyte System for Lithium-Sulphur BatteryMeirong LiUniversität Münster
P4-25Roll-to-roll vacuum thin film technologies for batteriesClaus LuberFraunhofer FEP
P4-26Dimensionless parameters study for Solid polymer electrolyte based cell performance understandingM. Sc. Eng. Elixabete AyerbeCIDETEC
P4-27A novel NaxMO2 (M = transition metal) cathode material for sodium-ion batteries: insight from electrolyte optimizationJinke LiHelmholtz-Institute Münster (HI MS), IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich
P4-28Proof of Concept of an Iron-Iron(III)oxidehydroxide Battery Working At Neutral pHDr. Christian GutscheUni Oldenburg
P4-30Safety test comparison of Li-ion, Li-S and LiSi-S (SLS)Dr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P5-01Development of stationary battery storage systems in Germany – A database analysisDr. Peter StenzelForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P5-02Technological development and potential of anode materials for LIBs – A market-based perspectiveOliver KrätzigForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P5-03Dual battery system comprising AGM lead-acid and LTO Li-ion batteryDr. Christina AntoniusJohnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions GmbH
P5-04Concept of an electrochemical energy storage solution in a 48V high power diesel xHEVUlf StenzelAVL SCHRICK GmbH