Posterausstellung 2017

Spitzenleistungen aus Forschung, Entwicklung und Anwendung:

Batterien gehören zum modernen Leben fast wie die tägliche Nahrungsaufnahme. Regelmäßig ergeben sich neue Anwendungen für den Einsatz von Batterien: für die Kommunikation, für die Mobilität, für den Einsatz erneuerbare Energien oder für intelligente Stromnetze. Entsprechend lebendig ist die Forschung und Entwicklung. Die Posterausstellung ist der ideale Ort, wo junge Wissenschaftler auf erfahrene Ingenieure treffen und die aktuellsten Ergebnisse vorstellen und diskutieren können.

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Alle Teilnehmer mit geraden Posternummern präsentieren in der Postersession am Mittwoch, 29.3.2017.
Die Teilnehmer mit ungeraden Posternummern präsentieren Ihre Poster am Donnerstag, 30.7.2017.

Wichtiger Hinweis für Posterautoren:

Bitte die Poster im Format DIN A0 (841mm x 1189mm) in englischer Sprache zur Tagung mitbringen.

Die Poster können zur Tagung Kraftwerk Batterie am 29.03.2017 im zugewiesenen Bereich in dem Kongress- und Veranstaltungszentrum Eurogress Aachen aufgehängt werden.

Alle Posterautoren finden Sie thematisch gruppiert in der untenstehenden Auflistung.

 

PosternummerTitelAutorFirma
P1-01Novel nitrile-based liquid electrolytes for safer lithium ion batteriesChristian KrauseMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P1-03Lithium plating simulations in commercial Lithium-ion batteries during low-temperature charging Maria Angeles Cabanero MartínezFraunhofer ISC
P1-04New Insights into Pre-Lithiation Kinetics of Graphite via Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyFlorian HoltstiegeMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P1-05Systematic study of mixtures of ionic liquids, organic carbonates and conducting salts as electrolytes for lithium-ion cellsDr. Andreas HofmannKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
P1-06Tin Nanoparticles as Anode Material for Lithium Ion BatteriesAnke DüttmannUniversität Oldenburg
P1-07Metal-organic frameworks for rechargeable batteriesDr. Simon DühnenMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P1-08Characterization of microstructural degradation effects in commercial graphite/NMC cells by computer tomography and scanning electron microscopyDr. Ute Golla-SchindlerHochschule Aalen
P1-09Advanced Electrolyte Formulations for High Voltage Lithium-Ion BatteriesRalf WagnerUniversity of Münster
P1-10Comparative Evaluation Study of Electrochemical Performance of Several Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion BatteriesDina BeckerUniversity of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center
P1-11Optimizing the lithium ion battery high voltage cathode material LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 synthesized using different precursor chemistries and calcination parametersMatthias SeidelFraunhofer ITKS
P1-12Carbon-Silicon Composite Anodes for Next Generation Lithium Ion BatteriesDr. Christian SchreinerSGL Carbon GmbH
P1-13Active surface area measurements of electrodes for lithium-ion batteriesJan Bernd HabedankTechnische Universität München
P1-14Study of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase on silicon model electrodesRoman NölleMEET Battery Research Center
P1-16Electrochemical similarities and differences of LPCVD deposited Silicon compared to Silicon Nanoparticles in Lithium Ion BatteriesM. Sc. Kathleen NimmrichFritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
P1-17Multi-functional Intelligent Battery CellsDr. Wilhelm MaurerInfineon Technologies AG
P1-18Physico-chemical properties and optimization of lithium bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide (LiFSI)-based carbonate electrolyte solutionsDipl.-Ing. Johannes NeuhausUniversity of Kaiserslautern
P1-19Epoxy-based binders for lithium-ion batteries manufactured from renewable materialsMaja KandulaTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-20Electrochemical Investigation of Compositional Effects in Silicon-Composite MaterialsElectrochemical Investigation of Compositional Effects in Silicon-Composite Materials Christopher HeimDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P1-21Cyclotriphosphazenes as bifunctional additives for lithium ion battery electrolytesIvan GlogovacMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P1-22Investigation of new additives for nickel-rich cathode materials to improve the cycling stability in lithium on batteries.Sven KleinMEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-23The real impact of LiPF6/organic carbonate-based electrolyte oxidation at elevated electrode potentials Johannes KasnatscheewUniversity of Münster
P1-24Lifetime Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries by OCV-curve Measurements and Impedance SpectroscopyMichael WeissKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-26Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Nanoparticles as Anode Material for Lithium-Ion BatteriesAndrew Paolo Cádiz BediniIEK-5: Photovoltaics / Forchungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P1-27Carbonate-based gel polymers: Investigation of electrochemical and thermal properties for use as future safe electrolytes in lithium ion batteriesAnna GerlitzHelmholtz Institute Münster
P1-28Morphology changes of a Li-rich-NMC battery cathode material due to calendering and agingM.Sc. Daria ZeibigAalen University
P1-29Influence of the design of high-energy-density graphite negative electrodes on the electrochemical performanceSimon MalifargeLaboratoire de réactivité et chimie des solides
P1-30Influence of Aging on the Thermal Stability of Layered and Spinel-Type Cathode MaterialsMarkus BörnerMEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster
P1-31Roll-to-Roll Deposition of Columnar Silicon Layers on Copper Foil As Thin Film AnodesSteffen StraachFraunhofer-Institut für Organische Elektronik, Elektronenstrahl- und Plasmatechnik (FEP)
P1-32Anionic redox in Li-rich layered oxide cathodes: from fundamentals to applications by comparing 'model' vs. practical materials Gaurav AssatCollege de France
P1-34Aqueous electrode formulation at MEET - Recipe development and transfer to the pilot plant scaleTobias GallaschWestfälische Wilhlems-Universtiät Münster, MEET Battery Research Center
P1-35Electrode resolved EIS characterization of commercial lithium-ion batteries by means of the method of the 'distribution of relaxation times' (DRT)Dr. Tom Patrick HeinsTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-36Ball-milled Silicon - particle size impact on degradation of Si-C Anodes Christine Nowak TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik
P1-37Systematic study of tin-based intermetallics as novel anode materials for lithium ion batteriesOlga JoosUniversity of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center
P1-38Determination of heat capacities of cathode materials and calorimetry on coin cells with a DSC-like Battery Calorimeter for Lithium-Ion BatteriesDr. David HenriquesHochschule Mannheim
P1-39Non-Stoichiometric Amorphous Silicon Nitride as Anode Material for Li-Ion BatteriesMartin KirkengenInstitute for Energy Technology (IFE) & University of Oslo
P1-40Silicon Deposited by Low Pressure Chemical Vapour Deposition on Carbonaceous Materials for Lithium Ion BatteriesM. Sc. Kathleen NimmrichFritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
P1-42Fast and reliable parameter estimation method for a physic-chemical modelIzaro LaresgoitiIk4-CIDETEC
P1-43Development of operational strategies for lithium ion batteries to guarantee a safe and lifetime optimized performanceDr. Andreas DreizlerDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR)
P1-44An 'Industrie 4.0' approach for the accelerated development of new molecular materials for improved electrochemical energy storage devicesProf. Dr. Martin KorthUlm University
P1-45Using FIB-SEM images to determine the structure of Graphite Anodes and NMC CathodesFabian FrieInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA)
P2-01Nickel/sulfur composite electroplated nickel foams for the use as 3D cathode in lithium/sulfur batteries - a proof of conceptDr. Seniz SörgelResearch Institute for Precious Metals and Metals Chemistry (fem)
P2-03Correlation of supercap electrode surface parameters and electrical performanceCorrelation of Supercap Electrode Surface Parameters and ElectricalPerformance Julian MarscheiderTU Berlin
P2-04Highly Stable Carbon-Free Cathodes for Li-Air Batteries with Aqueous Alkaline Electrolyte: Electrochemical and Structural InvestigationsDr. Dennis WittmaierDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P2-05The Role of Anions in Lithium- Oxygen Battery ElectrolytesMSc. Eng Merve ILIKSURWTH Aachen University
P2-06FastStorageBW - Development of a high power hybrid energy storage cellPeter KitzlerFraunhofer Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung (IPA)
P2-07TiO2/graphene Nanocomposites as High-Performance Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion BatteriesDr. Lisong XiaoInstitute for Combustion and Gas Dynamics – Reactive Fluids (IVG), University of Duisburg-Essen
P2-08Advanced anodes for high energy density lithium ion and lithium sulfur batteriesMarkus PiwkoFraunhofer Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS Dresden
P2-09Nickel/sulfur composite electroplated cathodes for the use in lithium/sulfur cellsProf. Dr. Timo SörgelAalen University
P2-10Improving the electrochemical performance of lithium-metal systems by lithium surface modificationJens BeckingMEET Battery research center
P2-11Trifluoroalkyl substituted N-heterocyclic lithium salts: An investigative study of property-structure relationshipsDipl.-Chem. Mariano GrünebaumForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P2-12Comparison of Lithium and Magnesium Polysulfides in Different SolventsDr. Kirsi Jalkanen MEET - Battery research center, University of Muenster
P2-14Preserve higher capacities by adjusted manufacturing processes for lithium-sulfur cathodesPaul TitscherTU Braunschweig
P2-16Two-dimensional multiphysics simulation of Li-air button cells for electrolyte choice and electrode designDr. Manik MayurOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-18Li/oxygen technology: Boundary conditions and Requirements in the automotive fieldDr. Volker HennigeAVL List GmbH
P2-19Ionic liquid/water mixtures as a potential path towards secondary zinc/air batteriesMartin BayerUniversität Münster
P2-20Scandium-Substituted Na3Zr2(SiO4)2(PO4) as Superior Sodium-Ion ConductorsMasters Sahir naqashForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P2-21Production and characterization of bi-functional cathodes for secondary zinc-air batteriesAlexander KubeGerman Aerospace Center
P2-22Parameter identification for a physic-chemical battery model via electrochemical impedance spectroscopyChristiane RaheISEA RWTH Aachen
P3-01In situ equipment condition monitoring of lithium-ion-cells by novel fiber optic sensor systemsAlexander GräfensteinFraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM
P3-02State of charge estimation of lithium sulphur batteries using a combination of current integration and in-situ impedance spectroscopyErik BerendesFraunhofer-Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI
P3-03Investigation Influnce of Phase Change Material on Reaction of Lithium-Ion Cells to Abusive ConditionsHartmut PoppAIT Austrian Institute of Technology
P3-04A Novel Test Circuit for Investigating the Influence of Fast Switching Currents on Lithium-Ion-Battery AgeingPablo Korth Pereira FerrazTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-05A High Frequency Model for Investigating the Influence of Fast Switching Currents on Lithium-Ion-Battery AgeingPablo Korth Pereira FerrazTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-06Comparison of frequency and time domain modelling of lithium ion batteries using fractional calculusMarcel FrankeTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-07Sustainability Assessment of Second Life Application of Automotive Batteries (SASLAB): Preliminary results on ageing of Li-ion cells in automotive applications and power grid supportAndreas PodiasEuropean Commission
P3-08Investigation of the Applicability of Batteries for Aeronautical Applications - A Quantitative Reliability ApproachInvestigation of the Applicability of Batteries for Aeronautical Applications – A Quantitative Reliability Approach Philipp BergTechnical University of Munich
P3-09Interdependencies of cell chemistry, SOC and temperature on the electrochemical impedance spectroscopyProf. Robin VanhaelstOstfalia, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Campus Wolfsburg
P3-11Definition and Design of the Mechanical Constraints of a Contact System for Automotive Traction BatteriesMarcus KurrleBertrandt Technologie Gmbh
P3-12Simulation-assisted design of thermal management of Automotive Li-ion cells based on highly detailed geometry variationsDominic J. BeckerKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-13Analysis of the calendar degradation of commercial high power NCA Li-ion pouch cellsSabine PaarmannKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-14Simulation of the multi-physical transport processes in characteristic anode structures of Li-ion cellsPhilipp SeegertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-15Thermal Runaway of Lithium-Ion Cells - Comparison of Experiments and SimulationsDr. Carlos ZiebertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P3-16Li-Ion Battery Cell Thickness Change Hysteresis and Link to Aging BehaviorLukas GoldFraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
P3-17Influence of different phase change materials on thermal aging of lithium-ion cellsDipl.-Ing. Dr. Gerwin Drexler-SchmidAustrian Institute of Technology
P3-19Battery lifetime prediction for different technologies based on stress characterization and aging experimentsMaik NaumannTechnische Universität München
P3-20Cell-to-cell active balancing battery management system for 2nd life applicationsPatrick BaumannZHAW
P3-21Validation of Battery Management Systems using Hardware-in-the-Loop Methods and Real-Time Battery Models.Hendrik ZappenInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe, RWTH Aachen
P3-22Impedance spectroscopy from electrode to cell level: A model-based reconstruction methodology to assign electrical and electrochemical loss processes in commercial lithium-ion cellsStefan SchindlerHelmholtz-Institut Ulm
P3-23Parametrization within a Thermal Simulation of Li-Ion Batteries Utilizing Mission ProfilesM.Sc. Ziyi WuFH Aachen / RWTH Aachen
P3-24Advanced over-current protection with triggered fusesMitja KoprivšekETI Elektroelement d.d.
P3-25Understanding Ageing Mechanisms in Li-ion Batteries using Entropy Spectroscopy and Incremental Capacity AnalysisDr. ing. Preben J. S. VieInstitute for Energy Technology
P3-26Modelling the impact of cell internal parameters on cell-to-cell variations of commercial LiFePO4-graphite cellsKatharina RumpfTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P3-28Benchmark of Battery Storage Topologies in Cost, Efficiency and SafetyMarco SteinhardtTechnische Universität München
P3-29An in-depth view into the Tesla Model S module Part one: Single cell testing and modellingDipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Friedrich Emanuel HustRWTH-Aachen
P3-30Semi-Empirical Thermal FEM-Modeling of Cylindrical Li-ion Batteries and the Effect of FEM-GeometryM.Sc. Elisabeth Irene KolpTechnical University of Munich
P3-31Non-destructive detection of local aging within lithium-ion pouch cells by applying multi-directional laser scanningM.Sc. Johannes SturmTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P3-32Test Performance of the High Temperature NaNiCl2 Batteries for the Tilos Island Smart Microgrid ApplicationMr Tony DelaplagneFrench Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission
P3-34New method for the characterization of high-frequency battery impedancesPeter KeilTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P3-35Identifying Aging Reactions in Lithium-Ion Batteries by Coulomb TrackingPeter KeilTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P3-36An in-depth view into the Tesla Model S module Part two: Module characterization and comparison to other state of the art EV battery systemsMatthias KuipersHelmholtz-Institut Münster, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P3-37Robust Parameter Estimation of multiple cells in series connectionErik BerendesFraunhofer IVI
P3-38Battery and Fuel Cell TestingMiroslaw MarczykFuelCon AG
P3-39Aging of Battery Systems -- Influence of Inhomogeneities Susanne LehnerISEA-RWTH Aachen
P4-01Mineral fillers for a better thermal management of the batteries of tomorrowDipl. - Ing. Helge MohrQuarzwerke GmbH
P4-03EV as a grid element and its battery allowing cheaply to overcome heavy proplems of urban trafficDipl.-Eng. David Judbarovski
P4-04Vibration Analysis of an SLI Battery using FEM SimulationDr.-Ing. Ornwasa TraisigkhacholJohnson Controls Autobatterien GmbH
P4-05System Simulation of Electric Hybrid Heavy-Duty Trucks powered from Catenary, Battery and DieselM.Sc. Ivan MareevInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P4-06Advanced Lead batteries: still in the running for 48 Volt mild-hybrids and energy storage applications?Dr. Boris MonahovALABC
P4-07Challenges of integration of the large format battery technology EMBATT in future automotive platformsSebastian RückertIAV GmbH
P4-10Model Reduction of a Physico-Chemical Porous Electrode Model for Realtime ApplicationsHeiko WitzenhausenRWTH Aachen - ISEA
P4-11Introduction of Battery-Electric Buses in European CitiesFabian MeishnerRWTH Aachen - Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe
P4-14Development of a consistent methodology to support the early stages of electric vehicle development considering physical and manufacturing characteristics of different Li-Ion battery cell variantsM.Sc. Roland UerlichTU Braunschweig
P4-15Advanced Battery Thermal Management for Increased Energy Efficiency of Electric Vehicles - Results from the EU-Funded Project 'OPTEMUS'Dipl.-Ing. Gero MimbergInstitut für Kraftfahrzeuge, RWTH Aachen University
P4-16A High-Power Battery Pack with LTO Cells and integrated SiC DC/DC-Converter as Boost Unit in Electric VehiclesThomas NemethRWTH Aachen University
P4-173D all-solid state thin-film batteries : towards ultra-fast chargingPhD Reza FathiTNO-Holst center
P5-02Electric vehicle battery life time reduction through vehicle to grid service?Dipl.-Ing. Thomas RumpUniversity of Rostock
P5-03Comparative assessment of batteries in hybrid power-to-gas systemsDr. Peter StenzelForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P5-04Influence of Selected Criteria on Performance of Household Li-Ion Battery Storage Systems Bernhard SchwarzKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P5-05Optimal operation of a lithium-ion battery in a grid-connected PV battery system to reduce peak PV feed-in and peak load demandM.Sc. Deepranjan DongolOffenburg University of Applied Sciences, Offenburg, Germany
P5-06Low-cost modular PV-battery microgrid emulator for testing of energy management algorithmsDr Leong Kit GanUniversity of Oxford
P5-08Efficiency and simulation model for PV battery storage systemsDominic HinkZHAW Winterthur
P5-09Standardization of battery storage systemsDr. Kerstin SannVDE e.V.
P5-10Size reduction of battery energy storage systems for PV plants power ramp rate controlM.Sc. Aitor MakibarPolytechnic University of Madrid UPM
P5-11PV Plants ramp rate control algorithm for reduced size Li-Ion batteryAitor Makibar PuentePolytechnic University of Madrid UPM
P5-12Power Analysis of an Iron Concentration Flow BatteryBjörn KleinsteinbergNTNU Trondheim
P5-13Industrial storage System as Off-Grid Solution/Storage PV with Simultaneous Delivery of Ancillary Services in German GridHerr Sebastian WagnerDigital Energy Solutions GmbH & Co. KG
P5-14VirtualBattery - Benchmark of PV battery invertersDominik SchleddeFraunhofer-institut für Winenergie und Energiesystemtechnik (IWES)
P6-01Optimization of the requirements management for the development and certification of lithium-ion battery systemsSaskia WesselRWTH Aachen University
P6-03Gripping-tool for lithium-ion battery cells with integrated testing functionalityNemanja SarovicRWTH Aachen
P6-04Contacting of cylindrical lithium-ion cells using pulsed laser radiationPatrick SchmitzTechnische Universität München
P6-05Laser cutting: Impact of active material particles and metal spatter on cycle stability Sven HartwigInstitut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, TU Braunschweig
P6-06Intermittent Slot Die Coating for Lithium-Ion-Battery-ApplicationsRalf DiehmKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P6-07Laser vibrometry as a measuring method to investigate the machine behaviour during calenderingTill GüntherTechnische Universität München
P6-08Process Charactization of Calendering Electrodes for Lithium Ion BatteriesChris MeyerTU Braunschweig
P6-09Investigation of the evolution of the electrode's mechanical properties during the electrode manufacturing M. Eng. Nicolas Billotiwb - Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Betriebswissenschaften
P6-10Determining the influence of LFP particle morphologies on the electrochemical performance of water and NMP based cathodesDr. Sebastian JankowskyHochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Landshut
P6-11Particle reduced Laser CuttingDr. Heinz KieburgLaser-Mikrotechnologie Dr. Kieburg GmbH
P6-12Challenges and new approaches of high quality cell stacking Sebastian HaagKIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
P6-13All-solid-state batteries - paving the road to large-scale productionJoscha SchnellTechnical University of Munich
P6-14Remanufacturing assessment of battery packs for deduction of design guidelinesChristoph LienemannPEM der RWTH Aachen University
P6-17Conceptual Design of a System for Data-Supported Automated Evaluation of Electrochemical Test Cells for Development of New Material SystemsDipl.-Ing. Kai BockwinkelTU Braunschweig - Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik
P6-18Data acquisition and data tracing for data mining in lithium-ion battery cell productionArtem TuretskyyInstitut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungtechnik, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P6-19Statistical Investigation of Stacking Errors in Battery Assembly Using Monte Carlo SimulationRuben LeithoffInstitute of Maschine Tools and Production Technology, TU Braunschweig
P6-20Results database for battery cell production within the "ProZell" ClusterM. Sc. Nicolas BognarTU Braunschweig
P6-21Investigation of the Electrolyte distribution in Lithium-Ion Batteries by X-Ray RadiographyAntje SchillingTU Braunschweig - Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik
P7-01Innovation promoters in technology transfer and insights from 'Technology transfer between science and industry'Oliver KrätzigForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Helmholtz-Institut Münster (IEK-12)
P7-02Scenarios for battery and component costsAnsgar vom HemdtRWTH Aachen