Advanced Battery Power Programm

Die Tagungssprache ist Englisch.

Internationale Konferenz am 29. – 30. März 2022

Das Programm

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Tag 1 // 29. März 2022

Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer

09:00 – 10:00

Anmeldung

10:00 – 10:10

Begrüßung

Prof. Dr. Martin Winter
MEET, WWU Münster

10:10 – 10:30

Grußworte

Prof. Dr. Werner Klaffke
Haus der Technik

Ingo Höllein
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

Plenarvorträge // Keynote Speaker

Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter

10:30 – 11:15

Solid State Battery Technology – Status and Perspective 2030

Dr. Arnold Lamm und Markus Hackmann
e-Technologies GmbH / P3

11:15 – 12:00

Stellantis Electrification Strategy Focused on Battery Systems

Postersession mit Posterbewertung

12:00 – 12:45

Postersession, Posterbewertung und Ausstellung

12:45 – 13:30

Mittagspause und Ausstellung

Parallelsession 1

13:30 – 15:00

Session 1A: Cell Level 1
Sessionleiter: Armin Warm, Ford // Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai-Peter Birke, Universität Stuttgart

13:30Analysis of the Coupled Thermal Runaway Behavior of an Automotive Battery Cell Based on Thermal Analysis of Li-ion Battery Cell ComponentsCarolin ArndtVolkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
13:45Lithium Plating Detection and Characterization Utilizing Impedance Changes During the Lithium DepositionM.Sc. Julian Marscheider
Co-Autoren:
Delf Kober
Technische Universität Berlin
14:00Towards more realistic Li-ion battery safety-tests based on Li-plating as internal cell errorRonald Gordon
Co-Autoren:
Anna Smith, Helmut Ehrenberg
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
14:15On-line gas detection during the thermal runaway of Li-ion cells by coupling ARC with a mass spectrometer and external sensorsDr. Abdelaziz Abdellatif
Co-Autoren:
Peter Sichler, Michael Kasper, Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, Thomas Waldmann
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie-und Wasserstoff- Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
14:30Discussion
13:3029/3/2022
Session 1A


13:30 Uhr
Carolin Arndt
Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

Analysis of the Coupled Thermal Runaway Behavior of an Automotive Battery Cell Based on Thermal Analysis of Li-ion Battery Cell Components
13:4529/3/2022
Session 1A


13:45 Uhr
M.Sc. Julian Marscheider
Technische Universität Berlin

Lithium Plating Detection and Characterization Utilizing Impedance Changes During the Lithium Deposition
14:0029/3/2022
Session 1A


14:00 Uhr
Ronald Gordon
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Towards more realistic Li-ion battery safety-tests based on Li-plating as internal cell error
14:1529/3/2022
Session 1A


14:15 Uhr
Dr. Abdelaziz Abdellatif
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie-und Wasserstoff- Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)

On-line gas detection during the thermal runaway of Li-ion cells by coupling ARC with a mass spectrometer and external sensors
14:30

13:30 – 15:00

Session 1B: Material Level 1
Sessionleiter: Dr. Thomas Soczka-Guth, Daimler AG // Dr. Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens ZSW

13:30Prolonged Cycling Life of Si@Graphite Composite Anodes Enabling with a Polymeric Artificial SEI Protective LayerDr. Mozaffar Abdollahifar
Co-Autoren:
Andrey Vinograd, Chia-Yang Lu, Jannes Müller, Lars Frankenstein, Tobias Placke, Arno Kwade, Martin Winter, Chi-Yang Chao, and Nae-Lih Wu
TU Braunschweig, iPAT
13:45Unlocking low cost micron siliconPhD Surya MogantySionic Energy
14:00Pre-lithiation of Silicon Anodes by Thermal Evaporation of Lithium for Boosting Energy Density of Lithium Ion CellsMSc Egy Adhitama
Co-Autoren:
Frederico D. Brandao, Iris Dienwiebel, Marlena M. Bela, Aurora G. Martín, Atif Javed, Martin Winter, Tobias Placke
MEET Battery Research Center, WWU Münster
14:15Pre-Lithiation of Silicon-Based Anodes via Electrolysis of Cost-Efficient Lithium SaltsLukas Haneke
Co-Autoren:
Felix Pfeiffer, Peer Bärmann, Jens Wrogemann, Christoph Peschel, Verena Naber, Sascha Nowak, Egbert Figgemeier, Martin Winter and Tobias Placke
MEET Battery Research Center, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
14:30Discussion
13:3029/3/2022
Session 1B


13:30 Uhr
Dr. Mozaffar Abdollahifar
TU Braunschweig, iPAT

Prolonged Cycling Life of Si@Graphite Composite Anodes Enabling with a Polymeric Artificial SEI Protective Layer
13:4529/3/2022
Session 1B


13:45 Uhr
PhD Surya Moganty
Sionic Energy

Unlocking low cost micron silicon
14:0029/3/2022
Session 1B


14:00 Uhr
MSc Egy Adhitama
MEET Battery Research Center, WWU Münster

Pre-lithiation of Silicon Anodes by Thermal Evaporation of Lithium for Boosting Energy Density of Lithium Ion Cells
14:1529/3/2022
Session 1B


14:15 Uhr
Lukas Haneke
MEET Battery Research Center, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Pre-Lithiation of Silicon-Based Anodes via Electrolysis of Cost-Efficient Lithium Salts
14:30

13:30 – 15:00

Session 1C: Battery Life cycle 1
Sessionleiter: Dr. Alexander Warnecke, HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA // Dr. Peter Weirich, Forschungszentrum Jülich

13:30Scanning Acoustic Microscopy of Side Reactions During Initial Cycles of Commercial Lithium-Ion CellsDavid Wasylowski
Co-Autoren:
Mark Junker, Daniel Rieder, Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA, RWTH Aachen University
13:45Digital twin as an enabler for sustainable battery cell productionDr. Jonathan Krauß
Co-Autoren:
Alexander Dieter Kies, Robert Heinrich Schmitt
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie
14:00Effect of doping on the recycling of layered transition metal oxide electrodes for Li-ion batteriesMaster of Science (Tech.) Katja Lahtinen
Co-Autoren:
Tanja Kallio, Eeva-Leena Rautama, Hua Jiang, Samuli Räsänen, Jouko Lahtinen, Lide Yao, Ekaterina Fedorovskaya, Maximilian Labmayr, Ville Mäkelä, Simo Huotari
Aalto University
14:15The importance of the battery use phase for sustainabilityPh.D. Jacqueline Edge
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Laura Lander; Professor Gregory Offer
Imperial College London
14:30Discussion
13:3029/3/2022
Session 1C


13:30 Uhr
David Wasylowski
ISEA, RWTH Aachen University

Scanning Acoustic Microscopy of Side Reactions During Initial Cycles of Commercial Lithium-Ion Cells
13:4529/3/2022
Session 1C


13:45 Uhr
Dr. Jonathan Krauß
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie

Digital twin as an enabler for sustainable battery cell production
14:0029/3/2022
Session 1C


14:00 Uhr
Master of Science (Tech.) Katja Lahtinen
Aalto University

Effect of doping on the recycling of layered transition metal oxide electrodes for Li-ion batteries
14:1529/3/2022
Session 1C


14:15 Uhr
Ph.D. Jacqueline Edge
Imperial College London

The importance of the battery use phase for sustainability
14:30

Postersession mit Posterbewertung

15:00 – 16:00

Postersession, Posterbewertung und Ausstellung, Pause

Parallelsession 2

16:00 – 17:20

Session 2A: Cell Level 2
Sessionleiter: Dr. Gerhard Hörpel, GBH Gesellschaft für Batterie Know-how mbH // Dr. Christian Hille, P3 Aachen

16:00Direct design comparison of Li-ion cells in the formats PHEV1, pouch, 18650, and 21700 built on pilot-scaleDr.rer.nat. Thomas Waldmann
Co-Autoren:
Stefan Rössler, Markus Blessing, Rares-George Scurtu, Daniel Brändle, Wolfgang Braunwarth, Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
16:15Aging mechanisms of C6/NCM Li-ion batteries unraveled by non-destructive and postmortem methodsPhD Dongjiang Li
Co-Autoren:
Ming Jiang, Dmitri Danilov, Yong Yang, Peter H.L. Notten
SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
16:30Prediction of loss of lithium caused by anode overhang effects – Model validation and parameter studyMark Junker
Co-Autoren:
Jinsong Zhang, Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA-RWTH Aachen
16:45Inhomogeneous ageing in lithium-ion batteries caused by temperature gradientsSabine Paarmann
Co-Autoren:
Daniel Werner, Kathrin Schuld, Thomas Wetzel
KIT
17:00Discussion
16:0029/3/2022
Session 2A


16:00 Uhr
Dr.rer.nat. Thomas Waldmann
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)

Direct design comparison of Li-ion cells in the formats PHEV1, pouch, 18650, and 21700 built on pilot-scale
16:1529/3/2022
Session 2A


16:15 Uhr
PhD Dongjiang Li
SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

Aging mechanisms of C6/NCM Li-ion batteries unraveled by non-destructive and postmortem methods
16:3029/3/2022
Session 2A


16:30 Uhr
Mark Junker
ISEA-RWTH Aachen

Prediction of loss of lithium caused by anode overhang effects – Model validation and parameter study
16:4529/3/2022
Session 2A


16:45 Uhr
Sabine Paarmann
KIT

Inhomogeneous ageing in lithium-ion batteries caused by temperature gradients
17:00

16:00 – 17:20

Session 2B: Applications
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Schweiger, TH Ingolstadt // Andreas O. Störmer, BMW Group

16:00Effects of different parameters on the behavior of a Lithium-Ion Batteries under crushing loadsM. Sc. Alexander Hahn
Co-Autoren:
Stefan Doose, Arno Kwade
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik
16:15A machine learning-based framework for online prediction of battery ageing trajectory and lifetimeMaster of Science Yizhou Zhang
Co-Autoren:
Torsten Wik, John Bergström, Michael Pecht, Changfu Zou
Chalmers University of Technology
16:30Customized design of lithium-ion batteries for residential photovoltaic systems: Techno-economic analysis and optimizationLotfollah Khanbaei
Co-Autoren:
Robert Malina, Marc Meuris, Mohammadhosein Safari
Hasselt University
16:45Statistical evaluation and estimation of the influence of the primary reserve market on the hybrid large-scale battery storage “M5Bat”M.Sc. Kevin Jacqué
Co-Autoren:
Lucas Koltermann, Jan Figgener, Sebastian Zurmühlen, Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA - RWTH Aachen University
17:00Discussion
16:0029/3/2022
Session 2B


16:00 Uhr
M. Sc. Alexander Hahn
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik

Effects of different parameters on the behavior of a Lithium-Ion Batteries under crushing loads
16:1529/3/2022
Session 2B


16:15 Uhr
Master of Science Yizhou Zhang
Chalmers University of Technology

A machine learning-based framework for online prediction of battery ageing trajectory and lifetime
16:3029/3/2022
Session 2B


16:30 Uhr
Lotfollah Khanbaei
Hasselt University

Customized design of lithium-ion batteries for residential photovoltaic systems: Techno-economic analysis and optimization
16:4529/3/2022
Session 2B


16:45 Uhr
M.Sc. Kevin Jacqué
ISEA - RWTH Aachen University

Statistical evaluation and estimation of the influence of the primary reserve market on the hybrid large-scale battery storage “M5Bat”
17:00

16:00 – 17:20

Session 2C: Battery life cycle 2
Sessionleiter: Dr. Matthias Ullrich, Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft // Prof. Dr. Bernd Friedrich, RWTH Aachen

16:00The Reuse of Recycled Graphite in Lithium-Ion AnodesMSc. Mayokun Olutogun
Co-Autoren:
Anna Vanderbruggen, Martin Rudolph, Stefano Passerini and Dominic Bresser
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
16:15Financial viability of electric vehicle battery recyclingLaura Lander
Co-Autoren:
Tom Cleaver, Mohammad A. Rajaeifar, Viet Nguyen-Tien, Robert J. R. Elliott, Oliver Heidrich, Emma Kendrick, Jacqueline S. Edge, Gregory Offer
Imperial College London
16:30Re-Use of BEV-batteries in a megawatt scale better than recycling?Dr. Jürgen KölchEVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH
16:45Battery Passport – a positive impact to the battery life-cycle CO2?Martin Rothbart
Co-Autoren:
Christoph SAMS
AVL List GmbH
17:00Discussion
16:0029/3/2022
Session 2C


16:00 Uhr
MSc. Mayokun Olutogun
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The Reuse of Recycled Graphite in Lithium-Ion Anodes
16:1529/3/2022
Session 2C


16:15 Uhr
Laura Lander
Imperial College London

Financial viability of electric vehicle battery recycling
16:3029/3/2022
Session 2C


16:30 Uhr
Dr. Jürgen Kölch
EVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH

Re-Use of BEV-batteries in a megawatt scale better than recycling?
16:4529/3/2022
Session 2C


16:45 Uhr
Martin Rothbart
AVL List GmbH

Battery Passport – a positive impact to the battery life-cycle CO2?
17:00

Plenarvorträge // Keynote Speaker

Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter

17:20 – 18:00

Advanced next generation lithium battery and beyond

Prof. Dr. Khalil Amine
Argonne National Lab USA

Spannende Batterieseminare 2022
www.hdt.de

18:00

Ende des ersten Tages

Abendveranstaltung

19:30 – 22:00

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Pack more power into longer-lasting energy source

Tag 2 // 30. März 2022

Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer

09:20 – 09:30

Begrüßung zum zweiten Tag

Prof. Dr. Martin Winter
MEET Batterieforschungszentrum, WWU Münster

Plenarvorträge // Keynote Speaker

Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer

09:30 – 10:10

V2X – E-cars with a new role in the energy grid – requirements towards battery cells

Dr. Daniela Werlich
Customcells, Itzehoe

10:10 – 10:50

Fast tracking commercialization of next-gen battery chemistries

Dr. Rahul Fotedar
Morrow Batteries

10:50 – 11:20

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Dr. Sungrok Bang
LG Energy Solution Europe GmbH

Postersession und Ausstellung

11:40 – 12:25

Postersession und Ausstellung

12:25 – 13:15

Mittagspause und Ausstellung

Parallelsession 3

13:15 – 14:30

Session 3A: Cell Level 3
Sessionleiter: Horst Mettlach, Stellantis // Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Jossen, TU München

13:15Electrolyte Optimisation via Float-Current Measurement for High-Nickel/Graphite-SiOx CellsGereon Stahl
Co-Autoren:
Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen
13:30Direct characterization of float currents to estimate the aging be-havior and path dependenceDr. Meinert Lewerenz
Co-Autoren:
Michael Theiler, Christian Endisch
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
13:45Statistical modelling and prediction of lifetime of batteries based on aging testsProf. Dr. Maria KateriRWTH Aachen University
14:00Quantifying Degradation Contributions from a Composite Silicon-Graphite Electrode during Cycle Ageing of a Commercial Lithium-Ion BatteryPhD Niall Kirkaldy
Co-Autoren:
Mohammad Amin Samieian, Gregory J. Offer, Yatish Patel, Monica Marinescu
Imperial College London
14:15Discussion
13:1530/3/2022
Session 3A


13:15 Uhr
Gereon Stahl
RWTH Aachen

Electrolyte Optimisation via Float-Current Measurement for High-Nickel/Graphite-SiOx Cells
13:3030/3/2022
Session 3A


13:30 Uhr
Dr. Meinert Lewerenz
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Direct characterization of float currents to estimate the aging be-havior and path dependence
13:4530/3/2022
Session 3A


13:45 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Maria Kateri
RWTH Aachen University

Statistical modelling and prediction of lifetime of batteries based on aging tests
14:0030/3/2022
Session 3A


14:00 Uhr
PhD Niall Kirkaldy
Imperial College London

Quantifying Degradation Contributions from a Composite Silicon-Graphite Electrode during Cycle Ageing of a Commercial Lithium-Ion Battery
14:15

13:15 – 14:30

Session 3B: Material Level 2
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini, Helmholtz-Institut Ulm // Prof. Dr. Kristina Edström, Uppsala University

13:15Li+ concentration waves created in the electrolyte during operation of Li-ion batteries with porous graphite-based electrodesZhiqiang Chen
Co-Autoren:
Dmitri L. Danilov, Rüdiger-A. Eichel, Peter H.L. Notten
Forschungszentrum Jülich
13:30Moisture sorption and microstructural and electrochemical properties of NCM811 based cathodes processed in normal atmosphereMaster of Science Fabienne Huttner
Co-Autoren:
Julian K. Mayer, Carina A. Heck, Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
13:45Moderately Concentrated Acetonitrile-containing Electrolytes with High Ionic Conductivity for Durability-oriented Lithium-Ion BatteriesMSc Hirokazu Kamine
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Yuto Iizuka (Asahi Kasei Europe GmbH), Ms. Olga Riedel (Asahi Kasei Europe GmbH), Dr. Naoki Matsuoka (Asahi Kasei Corporation))
Asahi Kasei Corporation
14:00Revealing species distribution and morphology of SEI formation using kinetic Monte CarloMichail Gerasimov
Co-Autoren:
Fernando A. Soto, Janika Wagner, Perla B. Balbuena, Ulrike Krewer
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology
14:15Discussion
13:1530/3/2022
Session 3B


13:15 Uhr
Zhiqiang Chen
Forschungszentrum Jülich

Li+ concentration waves created in the electrolyte during operation of Li-ion batteries with porous graphite-based electrodes
13:3030/3/2022
Session 3B


13:30 Uhr
Master of Science Fabienne Huttner
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Moisture sorption and microstructural and electrochemical properties of NCM811 based cathodes processed in normal atmosphere
13:4530/3/2022
Session 3B


13:45 Uhr
MSc Hirokazu Kamine
Asahi Kasei Corporation

Moderately Concentrated Acetonitrile-containing Electrolytes with High Ionic Conductivity for Durability-oriented Lithium-Ion Batteries
14:0030/3/2022
Session 3B


14:00 Uhr
Michail Gerasimov
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology

Revealing species distribution and morphology of SEI formation using kinetic Monte Carlo
14:15

13:15 – 14:30

Session 3C: Pack Level
Sessionleiter: Dr. Peter Pilgram, Audi AG // Dr. Volker Hennige, AVL List GmbH

13:15A Consensus Algorithm for Multi-Objective Battery BalancingDr Jorge Varela Barreras
Co-Autoren:
Ricardo de Castro,Yihao Wan, and Tomislav Dragicevic
Imperial College London
13:30Abuse Simulation of Battery Packs based on the Testing of Single Battery CellsDr.-Ing. Robert Kießling
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Martin Schwab
4 a engineering GmbH
13:45Measuring inhomogeneous pressure distribution in lithium-ion pouch cells during long-term ageingM.Sc. Sascha Berg
Co-Autoren:
Hendrik Laufen, Julian Engeser, Fabian Frie, Egbert Figgemeier
RWTH Aachen
14:00Simulating the Temperature Spread within a Commercial Li-Ion Battery Module - A performant and non-destructive Characterization and Modeling ProcessAlexander Reiter
Co-Autoren:
Susanne Lehner, Oliver Bohlen
Munich University of Applied Sciences
14:15Discussion
13:1530/3/2022
Session 3C


13:15 Uhr
Dr Jorge Varela Barreras
Imperial College London

A Consensus Algorithm for Multi-Objective Battery Balancing
13:3030/3/2022
Session 3C


13:30 Uhr
Dr.-Ing. Robert Kießling
4 a engineering GmbH

Abuse Simulation of Battery Packs based on the Testing of Single Battery Cells
13:4530/3/2022
Session 3C


13:45 Uhr
M.Sc. Sascha Berg
RWTH Aachen

Measuring inhomogeneous pressure distribution in lithium-ion pouch cells during long-term ageing
14:0030/03/2022
Session 3C


14:00 Uhr
Alexander Reiter
Munich University of Applied Sciences

Simulating the Temperature Spread within a Commercial Li-Ion Battery Module - A performant and non-destructive Characterization and Modeling Process
14:15

Postersession und Ausstellung

14:30 – 15:15

Postersession und Ausstellung

Spannende Batterieseminare 2022
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Parallelsession 4

15:15 – 16:30

Session 4A: Cel Level 4
Sessionleiter: Dr. Eberhard Meissner, Battery expert // Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrike Krewer, IAM-WET, KIT Karslruhe

15:15Data-Driven Parameter Identification of an Electrochemical Model for Lithium-ion Batteries with Artificial IntelligenceM. Sc. Weihan Li
Co-Autoren:
Iskender Demir, Decheng Cao, Dominik Jöst, Florian Ringbeck, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
15:30Configuration and Sizing of Machine Learning Algorithms for Battery SOC, SOH, and Temperature EstimationPh.D. Phillip Kollmeyer
Co-Autoren:
Carlos Vidal, Ephrem Chemali, Mina Naguib, Ali Emadi
McMaster University
15:45Lithium-ion battery degradation: how to model itPhD Simon O'Kane
Co-Autoren:
Weilong Ai, Ganesh Madabattula, Diego Alonso Albarez, Jacqueline Sophie Edge, Billy Wu, Monica Marinescu and Gregory J. Offer
Imperial College London
16:00Aging model development for degradation mechanisms of C6/LiFePO4 batteriesPhD Dongjiang Li
Co-Autoren:
Ming Jiang, Dmitri Danilov, Yong Yang, Peter H.L. Notten
SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
16:15Discussion
15:1530/3/2022
Session 4A


15:15 Uhr
M. Sc. Weihan Li
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University

Data-Driven Parameter Identification of an Electrochemical Model for Lithium-ion Batteries with Artificial Intelligence
15:3030/3/2022
Session 4A


15:30 Uhr
Ph.D. Phillip Kollmeyer
McMaster University

Configuration and Sizing of Machine Learning Algorithms for Battery SOC, SOH, and Temperature Estimation
15:4530/3/2022
Session 4A


15:45 Uhr
PhD Simon O'Kane
Imperial College London

Lithium-ion battery degradation: how to model it
16:0030/3/2022
Session 4A


16:00 Uhr
PhD Dongjiang Li
SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

Aging model development for degradation mechanisms of C6/LiFePO4 batteries
16:15

15:15 – 16:30

Session 4B: Material Level 3
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Petr Novák, Technische Universität Braunschweig // Prof. Dr. Jürgen Janek, Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen

15:15Control-Oriented Modeling of All-Solid-State BatteriesPhD Yang Li
Co-Autoren:
Torsten Wik, Yicun Huang, Changfu Zou
Chalmers University of Technology
15:30Mg-Ion-Based Dual-Ion Batteries - An Electrolyte StudyVerena Küpers
Co-Autoren:
Jan Frederik Dohmann, Dr. Peter Bieker, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, Dr. Tobias Placke, Dr. Martin Kolek
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
15:45Elucidating the Role of Microstructure in Thiophosphate Electrolytes – a Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study of β-Li3PS4Tugce Ates
Co-Autoren:
Anton Neumann, Timo Danner, Arnulf Latz, Maider Zarrabeitia, Dominik Stepien, Alberto Varzi, Stefano Passerini
Helmholtz-Institute-Ulm / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
16:00Module & Battery Integration of All-Solid-State Lithium Ion CellsDI Dr. Isabel Hanghofer
Co-Autoren:
Wenzel Prochazka, Denise Tapler, Christoph Klement
AVL List GmbH
16:15Discussion
15:1530/3/2022
Session 4B


15:15 Uhr
PhD Yang Li
Chalmers University of Technology

Control-Oriented Modeling of All-Solid-State Batteries
15:3030/3/2022
Session 4B


15:30 Uhr
Verena Küpers
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster

Mg-Ion-Based Dual-Ion Batteries - An Electrolyte Study
15:4530/3/2022
Session 4B


15:45 Uhr
Tugce Ates
Helmholtz-Institute-Ulm / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Elucidating the Role of Microstructure in Thiophosphate Electrolytes – a Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study of β-Li3PS4
16:0030/3/2022
Session 4B


16:00 Uhr
DI Dr. Isabel Hanghofer
AVL List GmbH

Module & Battery Integration of All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Cells
16:15

15:15 – 16:30

Session 4C: Battery Life Cycle 3
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Jens Tübke, Fraunhofer ICT // Prof. Dr. Arno Kwade, Technische Universität Braunschweig

15:15Sustainable manufacturing route of polymer electrolyte based all-solid-state separators by a highly scalable film casting processLaura Helmers
Co-Autoren:
Eike Wiegmann, Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
TU Braunschweig
15:30Recent progress in continuous slurry production, towards smart manufacturing of electrode slurriesM.Sc. Marcel Dittmer
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik
15:45Lithium Ion Cell Quality Assurance and Good Manufacturing PracticesPhD Daniel Torelli
Co-Autoren:
Troy Hayes and Hernan Sanchez-Casalongue
Exponent
16:00Learning from swarms: mini sensors for measuring the layer thickness of batteriesGeorg NelkeOptiSense Gesellschaft für Optische Prozessmesstechnik mbH & Co. KG
16:15Discussion
15:1530/3/2022
Session 4C


15:15 Uhr
Laura Helmers
TU Braunschweig

Sustainable manufacturing route of polymer electrolyte based all-solid-state separators by a highly scalable film casting process
15:3030/3/2022
Session 4C


15:30 Uhr
M.Sc. Marcel Dittmer
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik

Recent progress in continuous slurry production, towards smart manufacturing of electrode slurries
15:4530/3/2022
Session 4C


15:45 Uhr
PhD Daniel Torelli
Exponent

Lithium Ion Cell Quality Assurance and Good Manufacturing Practices
16:0030/3/2022
Session 4C


16:00 Uhr
Georg Nelke
OptiSense Gesellschaft für Optische Prozessmesstechnik mbH & Co. KG

Learning from swarms: mini sensors for measuring the layer thickness of batteries
16:15

16:30 – 17:10

Li-ion Supply Chain Challenges: Current Trends from Raw Materials through to Cells

Andrew Leyland
Benchmark

17:10

Ende der Konferenz

Spannende Batterieseminare 2022
www.hdt.de

Postersession 1 „Material Level“

P1-001A segmented cell measuring technique for current distribution measurements in batteries, exemplified by the operando investigation of a Zn-Air batteryDipl. Ing. Alexander Kube
Co-Autoren:
Dennis Kopljar, Norbert Wagner, K. Andreas Friedrich
German Aerospace Center
P1-002Recent electrode and electrolyte developments for Lithium-Sulfur prototype cells and their present and future applicationsDr. rer. nat. Susanne Dörfler
Co-Autoren:
H. Althues, F. Schmidt, T. Boenke, M. Fiedler, P. Härtel, B. Schumm, T. Abendroth, S. Kaskel
Fraunhofer IWS
P1-003Morphology Study of the SEI Layer in Lithium-Ion Batteries under Plating ConditionsJulian MarscheiderTechnische Universität Berlin
P1-004Development of Si-anode based lithium-ion battery for integration in a photovoltaic charging battery systemNiloofar Hamzelui
Co-Autoren:
Julian Köhler, Gebrekidan Gebresilassie Eshetu, Oleksandr Astakhov , Tsvetelina Merdzhanova, Egbert Figgemeier
ISEA RWTH-Aachen
P1-005Application-oriented analysis of ageing processes in Li-C half cellsJan Petit
Co-Autoren:
Pedro Marquezini, Martin Joos, Michael Abert, Markus Hagen, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT)
P1-006Atomistic modeling of silicon-carbon-based anodes for lithium ion batteriesStephane Brice Olouou GuifoVolkswagen AG
P1-007Borate-Free Electrolytes for Calcium Metal BatteriesJulia Wellmann
Co-Autoren:
Martin Winter, Elie Paillard
Forschungszentrum Jülich
P1-008Investigations on Lithium Deposition as a Function of Current Densities with an Optically Accessible CellHannes Kühnle
Co-Autoren:
Edwin Knobbe, Egbert Figgemeier
ISEA / RWTH Aachen University
P1-009Physical Vacuum Deposition of Metallic Lithium Layers and Lithiated Silicon Layers for High-Performance AnodesDr. Stefan Saager
Co-Autoren:
Ludwig Decker, Torsten Kopte, Bert Scheffel
Fraunhofer-Institut für Organische Elektronik, Elektronenstrahl- und Plasmatechnik FEP
P1-010Recent development on materials, components, and processes for thiophosphate-based all-solid-state-batteriesDr. Felix Hippauf
Co-Autoren:
Sahin Cangaz, S. Poetke, M. Fiedler, L. Bloi, Benjamin Schumm, Susanne Doerfler, Thomas Abendroth, Holger Althues, Stefan Kaskel
Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology
P1-011Interactions of cation disordered rocksalt cathodes with various electrolytesJan-Paul Brinkmann
Co-Autoren:
Niloofar Ehteshami-Flammer, Mingzeng Luo, Marco Leißing, Stephan Röser, Sascha Nowak, Yong Yang, Martin Winter, Jie Lie
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P1-012Medium-Temperature Sodium-Iodine Battery SystemM.Sc. Frank Schäfer
Co-Autoren:
Michael Holzapfel, Thomas Berger and Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie (ICT)
P1-013Alternative sustainable binders and solvents for cathode application in Li-ion batteryDr. Helene Jeske
Co-Autoren:
Ayse Yarangünü, Maja Kandula and Klaus Dilger
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik
P1-014Dendritic Nickel Structures in Air ElectrodesMarvin Kosin
Co-Autoren:
Jan Girschik; Jens Burfeind
Fraunhofer UMSICHT
P1-015Improving the Li ion flux by a lithiophilic protective layer and morphological investigations of HSAL formationMarlena Maria Bela
Co-Autoren:
Peter Bieker, Martin Winter, Marian Cristian Stan
MEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-016Customized and Gradual SEI Build-up Strategy during Electrochemically Controlled Pre-lithiationHyunsang Joo
Co-Autoren:
Gebrekidan Gebresilassie Eshetu, Egbert Figgemeier
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P1-017Laser sintering of ceramic-based mixed cathode and electrolyte material for solid-state batteriesLinda HoffFraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik (ILT)
P1-018Shrinking-core degradation model of high-nickel cathodesPh.D. Mingzhao Zhuo
Co-Autoren:
Monica Marinescu; Gregory Offer
Imperial College London
P1-019Influence of different Formation Conditions on Gassing in Li4Ti5O12 based Pouch CellsM. Sc. Lennart Alsheimer
Co-Autoren:
Martin Winter, Markus Börner, Bastian Heidrich, Christoph Peschel
WWU
P1-020Organo-fluorophosphates as aging products during formation in lithium-ion batteriesMSc Maximilian KubotMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P1-021Effective Stabilization of NCM622 Cathodes in Aqueous/Non-Aqueous Hybrid Electrolytes by Adding a Phosphazene DerivateLeilei DuUniversity of Münster
P1-022Optimizing the water-soluble binder with various additives for Li4Ti5O12 lithium-ion anodesPh.D. student Yun Xu
Co-Autoren:
Angelo Mullalio, Maider Zarrabeitia, Shan Fang, Fanglin Wu, Thomas Diemant, Shawn D. Lin, Yanjiao Ma, Jakob Asenbauer, Matthias Kuenzel, Dorin Geiger, Stefano Passerini,
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
P1-023The Impact of Transition Metal Dopants in Conversion/Alloying Lithium-Ion Anodes on Structure, SEI Formation and Electrochemical PerformanceDr. Tobias Eisenmann
Co-Autoren:
Adele Birrozzi, Angelo Mullaliu, Jakob Asenbauer, Gabriele Giuli, Angela Trapananti, S. Javad Rezvani, Stefano Passerini, Dominic Bresser
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
P1-024Synergistic high throughput screening and data driving method for accelerated design of advanced non-aqueous battery electrolytesPeng Yan
Co-Autoren:
Martin Winter, Isidora Cekic-Laskovic, Christian Wölke, Andreas Heuer, Diddo Diddens, Anand Krishnamoorthy
Forschungszentrum Jülich
P1-025Silicon-carbon composite-based anodes for lithium-ion batteriesMaster of Science Lukas Alexander Dold
Co-Autoren:
H. D. Dağlı, J. Horzel, H. Gentischer, K. P. Birke and D. Biro
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
P1-026Customized electrolyte solutions from E-Lyte Innovations for high-energy lithium-ion batteries containing silicon-based anodes and nickel-rich cathodesDr. Mirco Ruttert
Co-Autoren:
Kolja Beltrop, Stephan Röser, Ralf Wagner, Sebastian Staiger
E-Lyte Innovations GmbH
P1-027Modeling tailor-made 3D-structures of solid-state polymer cathodesDr. Christine Burmeister
Co-Autoren:
Laura Helmers, Linus Froböse, Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P1-028Establishment of an extrusion process for the scalable production of sulfide-based SSBsM.Sc. Mattis Batzer
Co-Autoren:
Kevin Voges, Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik
P1-029Densification of cathodes and separators with sulfide-based solid electrolyte for all-solid-state batteriesHeck Carina
Co-Autoren:
Dominik Steckermeier, Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
TU Braunschweig - Institute for Particle Technology
P1-030Investigation of Tailored Carbons on the Solubility of Poly(3-vinyl-N-methylphenothiazine)-Based Electrodes for Organic BatteriesBärbel Tengen
Co-Autoren:
Niklas Ortlieb, Gauthier Studer, Verena Perner, Anna Fischer, Birgit Esser, Peter Bieker, Martin Winter
University of Münster
P1-031Silicon based Anodes for sulfide based All-Solid-State-BatteriesTobias Neumann
Co-Autoren:
M. Argente Manzur, D. Wilhelm, A. Georg, I. Krossing and D. Biro
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
P1-032Combined polarization-KPFM method to determine changes of the surface potential of ceria-spinel-based dual phase composites.Christina Schmidt
Co-Autoren:
L. Fischer, K. Ran, J. Mayer, S. Baumann, K. Neuhaus
Helmholtz Institut Münster / Forschungszentrum Jülich
P1-033Electrolyte degradation – Additives and their impacts on cell performanceSebastian Klick
Co-Autoren:
Martin Graff, Fabian Frie, Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA - RWTH Aachen
P1-034Application of Novel binders and additives for Zinc anodes in Zinc-Air BatteriesDr. Jeroen Volbeda
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Peter Michalowski; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P1-035A Molecular Precursor Approach Triggering The growth of Nano-Chevrel-Phase Mo6S8 for Advanced Aqueous Energy Storage SystemsPhD student at the University of Manchester AMR ABDELKADER AHMED SADEK
Co-Autoren:
Amr Elgendy1,2,4, Athanasios A. Papaderakis1,2, David J. Lewis3, Robert A. W. Dryfe1,2 1Department of Chemistry, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom 2Henry Royce Institute, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom 3Department of Materials, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom 4Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, 11727, Cairo, Egypt.
University of Manchester
P1-036Design and characterization of a polymer/oxide hybrid electrolyte for Li|NMC622 battery applicationGerrit Overhoff
Co-Autoren:
Md Yusuf Ali, Hans Orthner, Hartmut Wiggers, Martin Winter, Gunther Brunklaus
Helmholtz-Institut Münster / FZ Jülich
P1-037Uncontaminated Preformed SEI on Lithium Metal Electrodes: Impact of Functional Additives and Conducting SaltsSebastian P. Kühn
Co-Autoren:
Dominik Weintz, Martin Winter, Isidora Cekic-Laskovic
Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK), Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P1-038Reducing the stress factor in high-energy silicon/graphite composite electrodes through systematic structuringNanny Strzelczyk
Co-Autoren:
Michael Bredekamp
TU Braunschweig, Institute for Particle Technology
P1-039The global challenge of performance characterization - time for a new standard in solid-state battery developmentDr. Daniel Dalla CorteSphere Energy SAS
P1-040Challenges and Strategies of Synthesizing Ni-rich ‘Single Crystal’ Layered Oxide Cathodes for Lithium Ion BatteriesM.Sc. Materials Science, B.Sc. Chemistry Marco LütherMEET Battery Research Center
P1-041Model analysis of silicon-based electrodes for lithium ion batteriesPhD Yang Jiang
Co-Autoren:
Gregory Offer, Huizhi Wang
Imperial college london
P1-042100%-Si / NCM lithium-ion full cell investigation based on columnar silicon anodes with a tailored microstructureSahin Cangaz
Co-Autoren:
Thomas Abendroth, Jonas Schlaier, Oliver Lohrberg, Susanne Dörfler, Holger Althues, Stefan Kaskel
Fraunhofer IWS
P1-043Fiber reinforced electrodes and separator for the application in structural battery compositesDaniel Vogt
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade, Dr. rer. nat. Peter Michalowski
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P1-044Decomposition Behavior of LLZTO/NCM Composite Cathodes in Air vs. Argon Atmosphere During SinteringB. Eng. Elias Reisacher
Co-Autoren:
Stefan Kreißl, Pinar Kaya, Volker Knoblauch
Aalen University
P1-045Development of silicon polymer electrodes for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteriesMara Göttlinger
Co-Autoren:
Christian Piesold, Mario Weller, Dr. Guinevere A. Giffin
Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
P1-046Safety and operational strategies of lithium-based batteries - dendrite and SEI growth on metallic lithiumMaximilian Braun
Co-Autoren:
Dr. M. Opitz, Dr. S. Sörgel
Forschungsinstitut Edelmetalle + Metallchemie Schwäbisch Gmünd
P1-047Thermal oxidation enables stable microsized mesoporous silicon anode for lithium-ion batteriesMSC Nathiya Kalidas
Co-Autoren:
Nathiya Kalidas, Xueling Shen, Minjuan Yuan, Xiuyun Zhao, Vesa Pekka Lehto.
University of Eastern Finland
P1-048Towards Optimized Electrolyte Formulations for Radical Polymer-based Dual-Ion BatteriesKatharina Rudolf
Co-Autoren:
Simon Münch , Tobias Placke, Ulrich S. Schubert, Martin Winter
MEET - Battery Research Center
P1-049Improved cyclic stability of Li-alloying type anode materials though nonstructuration for Li-ion batteriesPhD Abirdu Woreka Nemaga
Co-Autoren:
Jeremy Mallet and Mathieu Morcrette
University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
P1-050ICP-OES for the investigation of reaction and aging mechanisms in aqueous acidic Zn-MnO2 batteriesM.Sc. Oliver Fitz
Co-Autoren:
Fitz, Oliver; Bertram, Nico; Bischoff, Christian; Gentischer, Harald (Fraunhofer ISE); Birke, Kai Peter (Universität Stuttgart); Henning, Hans-Martin; Biro, Daniel (Fraunhofer ISE)
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
P1-051Galvanic Corrosion Prevention in Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes for LMBsM.Sc. Jan Frederik Dohmann
Co-Autoren:
L. Untiet, M. Bela, S. v. Wickeren, M. Weiling, M. Winter, P. Bieker
MEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-052Generation of innovative Li2S@C hybrid materials via plasma processesMonique Levien
Co-Autoren:
Sebastian Hirt, Sebastian Wennig, Bernd Oberschachtsiek, Angela Kruth
Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology
P1-053Titration methods for the determination of hydroxides and carbonates in lithium metal oxide cathode materialsAnnika Schür
Co-Autoren:
William Chesson, Matthias Kuenzel, Stefano Passerini, Dominic Bresser
Helmholtz-Institute Ulm
P1-054Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Solid-State Electrolyte as Coating Layer for Stabilizing Zinc Metal Anode in Mild Aqueous ElectrolyteHuifang Fei
Co-Autoren:
Jin Han, Alberto Varzi, Stefano Passerini.
Helmholtz Institute Ulm; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
P1-055Effect of silicon fraction and polymer molecular structure on the electrochemical performance of high-capacity lithium-ion cellsKatarzyna Pesta
Co-Autoren:
R. Gordon, A. Smith, N. Willenbacher
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-056Elucidating the effect of Al2O3 coating on the cathode-electrolyte interphase stability of P2-Na2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 as cathode material for sodium-ion batteriesM.Sc. Daniel Roscher
Co-Autoren:
Angelo Mullaliu, Maral Hekmatfar, Maider Zarrabeitia, Markus Polanik, Jakob Hirlinger-Alexander, Ivana Hasa, Stefano Passerini
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-057Polymeric backbone eutectogel hybrid solid-state electrolytes for lithium-ion batteriesPhD student An-Sofie Kelchtermans
Co-Autoren:
A.-S. Kelchtermans1, B. Joos1,2,3, D. De Sloovere1,2,3, A. Tesfaye4, T. Thompson4, M.K. Van Bael1,2,3, A. Hardy1,2,3 1. Hasselt University, Institute for materials research, DESINe, Martelarenlaan 42, 3500 Hasselt, Belgium 2. IMO-IMOMEC, division of IMEC, Wetenschapspark 1, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium 3. EnergyVille 2, 8320 Thor Park, 3600 Genk, Belgium 4. Umicore, Corporate Research & Development, Watertorenstraat 33, 2230 Olen, Belgium
Hasselt University
P1-058Aqueous batteries beyond lithium employing concentrated halide-free electrolytesPhD Jin Han
Co-Autoren:
Alberto Varzi, Stefano Passerini
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-059Comparison of active and passive fillers for the enhancement of the ionic conductivity of polymer-based electrolytes for all-solid-state batteriesM.Sc. Eun Ju Jeon
Co-Autoren:
Laura Helmers, Annelise Jean-Fulcrand, Georg Garnweitner
Institüt für Partikeltechnik, TU Braunschweig
P1-060Investigation of Iron-Additives for Low-Temperature Graphitization of Coffee Ground and its Application in LIBsLars Frankenstein
Co-Autoren:
Pascal Jan Glomb, Tobias Placke, Martin Winter
MEET / Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P1-061Application of in-situ dilatometry to investigate the effect of single-walled carbon nanotubes on the performance of Ni-rich cathodesPh.D. Seyedabolfazl Mousavihashemi
Co-Autoren:
Katja Lahtinen, Tanja Kallio
Aalto University
P1-062Statistical approaches to powder preparation for Si/C anodes in Li-ion BatteriesMaster of Science Alper GUNEREN
Co-Autoren:
Jaroslav Sedláček
Slovak Academy of Sciences
P1-063Silicon@Graphite/Carbon composite anodes: Influence of various pitch derived carbon coatings, Si sizes and concentrations on performanceJannes Müller
Co-Autoren:
Mozaffar Abdollahifar, Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P1-064Dual lithium salts mediated lithium transfer in viscous cellulose acetate gel-polymer electrolyteM.Sc. Adjmal Ghaur
Co-Autoren:
Mika Hellkuhl, Tobias Placke, Martin Winter
Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P1-065Comparison of various PVDF latex binder systems for water-based processing of LIBsM. Eng. Andreas Weber
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Ulrike Kaufmann, Dr. Marcus Müller, Dr. Werner Bauer
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
P1-066Investigation of the Influence of a WO₃ Coating on ultrahigh-Ni NCM-type layered Oxide Cathode MaterialsM.Sc. Chemistry Friederike Reissig
Co-Autoren:
Aurora Gomez-Martin, Richard Schmuch, Tobias Placke, Martin Winter
Helmholtz-Institut Münster - Forschungszentrum Jülich IEK-12
P1-067Advanced Design of Ni-Rich NCM Cathode Materials synthesized by a Continuously Couette‐Taylor Flow Reactor (CTFR)M.Sc. Marcel Heidbuechel
Co-Autoren:
Lars Frankenstein, Aurora Gomez-Martin, Richard Schmuch, Martin Winter, Tobias Placke
WWU Muenster
P1-068Porous Carbon Having Rod Shaped Structure from Tea Waste for High Performance SupercapacitorPhD Khan Abrar
Co-Autoren:
Pan Junqing, Sedahmed
Beijing University of Chemical Technology Beijing China
P1-069Optimizing the water-soluble binder with various additives for Li4Ti5O12 lithium-ion anodesYun Xu
Co-Autoren:
Angelo Mullalio, Maider Zarrabeitia, Shan Fang, Fanglin Wu, Thomas Diemant, Shawn D. Lin, Yanjiao Ma, Jakob Asenbauer, Matthias Kuenzel, Dorin Geiger, Ute Kaiser, Stefano Passerini, Dominic Bresser
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
P1-070Influence of electrolyte additives on the gassing behaviour in silicon based lithium-ion batteriesM. Sc. Karl Martin Graff
Co-Autoren:
Egbert Figgemeier
Chair for Aging Processes and Lifetime Prediction of Batteries (ISEA)
P1-071Lithium isotope analysis combining atomic absorption spectroscopy and machine learningPhD Student Dalia Morcillo
Co-Autoren:
Alexander Winckelmann, Silke Richter, Sebastian Recknagel, Jens Riedel, Jochen Vogl, Ulrich Panne, Carlos Abad
Bundesanstalt für Material und -Prüfung (BAM)
P1-001
1. Material Level


Dipl. Ing. Alexander Kube
German Aerospace Center

A segmented cell measuring technique for current distribution measurements in batteries, exemplified by the operando investigation of a Zn-Air battery
P1-002
1. Material Level


Dr. rer. nat. Susanne Dörfler
Fraunhofer IWS

Recent electrode and electrolyte developments for Lithium-Sulfur prototype cells and their present and future applications
P1-003
1. Material Level


Julian Marscheider
Technische Universität Berlin

Morphology Study of the SEI Layer in Lithium-Ion Batteries under Plating Conditions
P1-004
1. Material Level


Niloofar Hamzelui
ISEA RWTH-Aachen

Development of Si-anode based lithium-ion battery for integration in a photovoltaic charging battery system
P1-005
1. Material Level


Jan Petit
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT)

Application-oriented analysis of ageing processes in Li-C half cells
P1-006
1. Material Level


Stephane Brice Olouou Guifo
Volkswagen AG

Atomistic modeling of silicon-carbon-based anodes for lithium ion batteries
P1-007
1. Material Level


Julia Wellmann
Forschungszentrum Jülich

Borate-Free Electrolytes for Calcium Metal Batteries
P1-008
1. Material Level


Hannes Kühnle
ISEA / RWTH Aachen University

Investigations on Lithium Deposition as a Function of Current Densities with an Optically Accessible Cell
P1-009
1. Material Level


Dr. Stefan Saager
Fraunhofer-Institut für Organische Elektronik, Elektronenstrahl- und Plasmatechnik FEP

Physical Vacuum Deposition of Metallic Lithium Layers and Lithiated Silicon Layers for High-Performance Anodes
P1-010
1. Material Level


Dr. Felix Hippauf
Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology

Recent development on materials, components, and processes for thiophosphate-based all-solid-state-batteries
P1-011
1. Material Level


Jan-Paul Brinkmann
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Interactions of cation disordered rocksalt cathodes with various electrolytes
P1-012
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Frank Schäfer
Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie (ICT)

Medium-Temperature Sodium-Iodine Battery System
P1-013
1. Material Level


Dr. Helene Jeske
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik

Alternative sustainable binders and solvents for cathode application in Li-ion battery
P1-014
1. Material Level


Marvin Kosin
Fraunhofer UMSICHT

Dendritic Nickel Structures in Air Electrodes
P1-015
1. Material Level


Marlena Maria Bela
MEET Batterieforschungszentrum

Improving the Li ion flux by a lithiophilic protective layer and morphological investigations of HSAL formation
P1-016
1. Material Level


Hyunsang Joo
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Customized and Gradual SEI Build-up Strategy during Electrochemically Controlled Pre-lithiation
P1-017
1. Material Level


Linda Hoff
Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik (ILT)

Laser sintering of ceramic-based mixed cathode and electrolyte material for solid-state batteries
P1-018
1. Material Level


Ph.D. Mingzhao Zhuo
Imperial College London

Shrinking-core degradation model of high-nickel cathodes
P1-019
1. Material Level


M. Sc. Lennart Alsheimer
WWU

Influence of different Formation Conditions on Gassing in Li4Ti5O12 based Pouch Cells
P1-020
1. Material Level


MSc Maximilian Kubot
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology

Organo-fluorophosphates as aging products during formation in lithium-ion batteries
P1-021
1. Material Level


Leilei Du
University of Münster

Effective Stabilization of NCM622 Cathodes in Aqueous/Non-Aqueous Hybrid Electrolytes by Adding a Phosphazene Derivate
P1-022
1. Material Level


Ph.D. student Yun Xu
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Optimizing the water-soluble binder with various additives for Li4Ti5O12 lithium-ion anodes
P1-023
1. Material Level


Dr. Tobias Eisenmann
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

The Impact of Transition Metal Dopants in Conversion/Alloying Lithium-Ion Anodes on Structure, SEI Formation and Electrochemical Performance
P1-024
1. Material Level


Peng Yan
Forschungszentrum Jülich

Synergistic high throughput screening and data driving method for accelerated design of advanced non-aqueous battery electrolytes
P1-025
1. Material Level


Master of Science Lukas Alexander Dold
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

Silicon-carbon composite-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries
P1-026
1. Material Level


Dr. Mirco Ruttert
E-Lyte Innovations GmbH

Customized electrolyte solutions from E-Lyte Innovations for high-energy lithium-ion batteries containing silicon-based anodes and nickel-rich cathodes
P1-027
1. Material Level


Dr. Christine Burmeister
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Modeling tailor-made 3D-structures of solid-state polymer cathodes
P1-028
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Mattis Batzer
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik

Establishment of an extrusion process for the scalable production of sulfide-based SSBs
P1-029
1. Material Level


Heck Carina
TU Braunschweig - Institute for Particle Technology

Densification of cathodes and separators with sulfide-based solid electrolyte for all-solid-state batteries
P1-030
1. Material Level


Bärbel Tengen
University of Münster

Investigation of Tailored Carbons on the Solubility of Poly(3-vinyl-N-methylphenothiazine)-Based Electrodes for Organic Batteries
P1-031
1. Material Level


Tobias Neumann
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

Silicon based Anodes for sulfide based All-Solid-State-Batteries
P1-032
1. Material Level


Christina Schmidt
Helmholtz Institut Münster / Forschungszentrum Jülich

Combined polarization-KPFM method to determine changes of the surface potential of ceria-spinel-based dual phase composites.
P1-033
1. Material Level


Sebastian Klick
ISEA - RWTH Aachen

Electrolyte degradation – Additives and their impacts on cell performance
P1-034
1. Material Level


Dr. Jeroen Volbeda
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Application of Novel binders and additives for Zinc anodes in Zinc-Air Batteries
P1-035
1. Material Level


PhD student at the University of Manchester AMR ABDELKADER AHMED SADEK
University of Manchester

A Molecular Precursor Approach Triggering The growth of Nano-Chevrel-Phase Mo6S8 for Advanced Aqueous Energy Storage Systems
P1-036
1. Material Level


Gerrit Overhoff
Helmholtz-Institut Münster / FZ Jülich

Design and characterization of a polymer/oxide hybrid electrolyte for Li|NMC622 battery application
P1-037
1. Material Level


Sebastian P. Kühn
Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK), Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Uncontaminated Preformed SEI on Lithium Metal Electrodes: Impact of Functional Additives and Conducting Salts
P1-038
1. Material Level


Nanny Strzelczyk
TU Braunschweig, Institute for Particle Technology

Reducing the stress factor in high-energy silicon/graphite composite electrodes through systematic structuring
P1-039
1. Material Level


Dr. Daniel Dalla Corte
Sphere Energy SAS

The global challenge of performance characterization - time for a new standard in solid-state battery development
P1-040
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Materials Science, B.Sc. Chemistry Marco Lüther
MEET Battery Research Center

Challenges and Strategies of Synthesizing Ni-rich ‘Single Crystal’ Layered Oxide Cathodes for Lithium Ion Batteries
P1-041
1. Material Level


PhD Yang Jiang
Imperial college london

Model analysis of silicon-based electrodes for lithium ion batteries
P1-042
1. Material Level


Sahin Cangaz
Fraunhofer IWS

100%-Si / NCM lithium-ion full cell investigation based on columnar silicon anodes with a tailored microstructure
P1-043
1. Material Level


Daniel Vogt
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Fiber reinforced electrodes and separator for the application in structural battery composites
P1-044
1. Material Level


B. Eng. Elias Reisacher
Aalen University

Decomposition Behavior of LLZTO/NCM Composite Cathodes in Air vs. Argon Atmosphere During Sintering
P1-045
1. Material Level


Mara Göttlinger
Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC

Development of silicon polymer electrodes for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries
P1-046
1. Material Level


Maximilian Braun
Forschungsinstitut Edelmetalle + Metallchemie Schwäbisch Gmünd

Safety and operational strategies of lithium-based batteries - dendrite and SEI growth on metallic lithium
P1-047
1. Material Level


MSC Nathiya Kalidas
University of Eastern Finland

Thermal oxidation enables stable microsized mesoporous silicon anode for lithium-ion batteries
P1-048
1. Material Level


Katharina Rudolf
MEET - Battery Research Center

Towards Optimized Electrolyte Formulations for Radical Polymer-based Dual-Ion Batteries
P1-049
1. Material Level


PhD Abirdu Woreka Nemaga
University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne

Improved cyclic stability of Li-alloying type anode materials though nonstructuration for Li-ion batteries
P1-050
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Oliver Fitz
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

ICP-OES for the investigation of reaction and aging mechanisms in aqueous acidic Zn-MnO2 batteries
P1-051
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Jan Frederik Dohmann
MEET Batterieforschungszentrum

Galvanic Corrosion Prevention in Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes for LMBs
P1-052
1. Material Level


Monique Levien
Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology

Generation of innovative Li2S@C hybrid materials via plasma processes
P1-053
1. Material Level


Annika Schür
Helmholtz-Institute Ulm

Titration methods for the determination of hydroxides and carbonates in lithium metal oxide cathode materials
P1-054
1. Material Level


Huifang Fei
Helmholtz Institute Ulm; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Solid-State Electrolyte as Coating Layer for Stabilizing Zinc Metal Anode in Mild Aqueous Electrolyte
P1-055
1. Material Level


Katarzyna Pesta
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Effect of silicon fraction and polymer molecular structure on the electrochemical performance of high-capacity lithium-ion cells
P1-056
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Daniel Roscher
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Elucidating the effect of Al2O3 coating on the cathode-electrolyte interphase stability of P2-Na2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 as cathode material for sodium-ion batteries
P1-057
1. Material Level


PhD student An-Sofie Kelchtermans
Hasselt University

Polymeric backbone eutectogel hybrid solid-state electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries
P1-058
1. Material Level


PhD Jin Han
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Aqueous batteries beyond lithium employing concentrated halide-free electrolytes
P1-059
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Eun Ju Jeon
Institüt für Partikeltechnik, TU Braunschweig

Comparison of active and passive fillers for the enhancement of the ionic conductivity of polymer-based electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries
P1-060
1. Material Level


Lars Frankenstein
MEET / Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Investigation of Iron-Additives for Low-Temperature Graphitization of Coffee Ground and its Application in LIBs
P1-061
1. Material Level


Ph.D. Seyedabolfazl Mousavihashemi
Aalto University

Application of in-situ dilatometry to investigate the effect of single-walled carbon nanotubes on the performance of Ni-rich cathodes
P1-062
1. Material Level


Master of Science Alper GUNEREN
Slovak Academy of Sciences

Statistical approaches to powder preparation for Si/C anodes in Li-ion Batteries
P1-063
1. Material Level


Jannes Müller
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Silicon@Graphite/Carbon composite anodes: Influence of various pitch derived carbon coatings, Si sizes and concentrations on performance
P1-064
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Adjmal Ghaur
Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology

Dual lithium salts mediated lithium transfer in viscous cellulose acetate gel-polymer electrolyte
P1-065
1. Material Level


M. Eng. Andreas Weber
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Comparison of various PVDF latex binder systems for water-based processing of LIBs
P1-066
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Chemistry Friederike Reissig
Helmholtz-Institut Münster - Forschungszentrum Jülich IEK-12

Investigation of the Influence of a WO₃ Coating on ultrahigh-Ni NCM-type layered Oxide Cathode Materials
P1-067
1. Material Level


M.Sc. Marcel Heidbuechel
WWU Muenster

Advanced Design of Ni-Rich NCM Cathode Materials synthesized by a Continuously Couette‐Taylor Flow Reactor (CTFR)
P1-068
1. Material Level


PhD Khan Abrar
Beijing University of Chemical Technology Beijing China

Porous Carbon Having Rod Shaped Structure from Tea Waste for High Performance Supercapacitor
P1-069
1. Material Level


Yun Xu
Helmholtz Institute Ulm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Optimizing the water-soluble binder with various additives for Li4Ti5O12 lithium-ion anodes
P1-070
1. Material Level


M. Sc. Karl Martin Graff
Chair for Aging Processes and Lifetime Prediction of Batteries (ISEA)

Influence of electrolyte additives on the gassing behaviour in silicon based lithium-ion batteries
P1-071
1. Material Level


PhD Student Dalia Morcillo
Bundesanstalt für Material und -Prüfung (BAM)

Lithium isotope analysis combining atomic absorption spectroscopy and machine learning

Postersession 2 „Cell Level – Any Technology“

P1-057Polymeric backbone eutectogel hybrid solid-state electrolytes for lithium-ion batteriesPhD student An-Sofie Kelchtermans
Co-Autoren:
A.-S. Kelchtermans1, B. Joos1,2,3, D. De Sloovere1,2,3, A. Tesfaye4, T. Thompson4, M.K. Van Bael1,2,3, A. Hardy1,2,3 1. Hasselt University, Institute for materials research, DESINe, Martelarenlaan 42, 3500 Hasselt, Belgium 2. IMO-IMOMEC, division of IMEC, Wetenschapspark 1, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium 3. EnergyVille 2, 8320 Thor Park, 3600 Genk, Belgium 4. Umicore, Corporate Research & Development, Watertorenstraat 33, 2230 Olen, Belgium
Hasselt University
P2-001Prismatic, pouch or cylindric? A cell format comparisonDr. Michael Schönleber
Co-Autoren:
Dr.-Ing. Jan Richter
Batemo GmbH
P2-002A Multi Scale Multi Domain Approach For The Modelling Of Large Format Lithium-Ion Battery CellsAdrian Schmidt
Co-Autoren:
André Weber, Marc Kamlah and Ellen Ivers-Tiffée
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P2-003State of health estimation based on partial cell chargingJulius Schmitt
Co-Autoren:
Andreas Jossen
Technical University Munich
P2-004Assessing Heat Generation in Lithium-ion Batteries: An Experimental MethodologyDr. Laura Bravo Diaz
Co-Autoren:
Alastair Hales, Waseem Mohamed Marzook, Yatish Patel, Gregory J. Offer
Imperial College London
P2-005Quantitative Homogeneity Determination of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase After High Temperature CyclingBastian Heidrich
Co-Autoren:
Philip Niehoff, Markus Börner, Martin Winter
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P2-006Trade-off between energy density and fast-charge capability of lithium-ion batteries: A model-based design study for understanding the behavior of thick electrodesMichael Quarti
Co-Autoren:
Andreas Bayer and Wolfgang G. Bessler
Offenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-007Advanced cell voltage modeling for lithium-ion-batteries using transmission line modelsDipl.-Ing. Benjamin Hauck
Co-Autoren:
M. Weiss, E. Ivers-Tiffée
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P2-008Experimental characterization of 20 Ah lithium-ion pouch cells with NMC/LMO blend cathode and parameterization of an equivalent circuit modelJonas Braun
Co-Autoren:
René Behmann and Wolfgang G. Bessler
Hochschule Offenburg
P2-009Introducing the Synthetic Battery Modeling ToolchainStephan Bihn
Co-Autoren:
Mark Junker, Jonas Rinner, Nicolas Kaiser, Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P2-010Internal temperatures of aged commercial Li-ion batteriesLena Spitthoff
Co-Autoren:
Preben J. S. Vie, Jan Petter Mæhlen, Odne Stokke Burheim
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
P2-011Influence of combined mechanical loads on lithium-ion 18650 cellsM. Sc. Jonas Soellner
Co-Autoren:
Spielbauer, Markus; Jossen, Andreas
Technische Universität München
P2-012An experimental comparison between commercial lithium-ion pouch and experimental cellsAnne Schiefer
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wetzel
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-013Comparison of ultrasonic frequency response and puls transmission measurements for the characterization of lithium ion cellsAndreas Oberbauer
Co-Autoren:
Sebastian Ludwig, Andreas Jossen
Technische Universität München
P2-014Ultra-thick cathodes based on Aluminium metal foams as current collector for high energy Li-ion batteriesJonas Oehm
Co-Autoren:
Bernhard Auch, Marc Kamlah, Volker Knoblauch
Aalen University
P2-015Examining multi-stage ageing mechanisms for lithium titanate oxide batteriesAhmed Chahbaz
Co-Autoren:
Fabian Meishner, Weihan Li, Felix Hildenbrand ,Cem Ünlübayir,Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe RWTH Aachen
P2-016Impact of Thermal Material Properties on the Temperature Distribution within a Lithium-Ion Pouch CellJulia Gandert
Co-Autoren:
O. Queisser, H. Reppich, Th. Wetzel
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
P2-018Evaluation of Alternative Methods for Determination of Battery Cells Heat Capacity and Thermal ResistancePhD Sadjad Tajdaran
Co-Autoren:
Brady Plande, Katie Lukow, Paul Henshall, Adriano Schommer
Oxford Brookes University
P2-019Optimal battery cells for grid-serving applicationsM.Sc. Sebastian Helm
Co-Autoren:
Ines Hauer, Martin Wolter, Maximilian Wassner and Ulrike Wunderwaldt
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg / Chair Electric Power Networks and Renewable Energy
P2-020Quasi-In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy during Cycling and Calendar Aging of Silicon Nanoparticle AnodesMaster of Science (Chemistry) Iris Dienwiebel
Co-Autoren:
Markus Börner, Martin Winter
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P2-021Multi-Objective optimization of model-based experimental design for battery aging experimentsFlorian StröblInstitute for Sustainable Energy Systems (ISES)
P2-022Battery Testing Consortium: An Open-Source Framework for Improvements in Motorsport Battery DesignBrady Planden
Co-Autoren:
Katie Lukow
Oxford Brookes University
P2-023Analysis of the SEI growth during cell formation based on differential voltage analysisFelix Schomburg
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Fridolin Röder
Universität Bayreuth
P2-024New Insights using Isothermal Calorimetry and High Precision CyclingPhD Vincent Chevrier
Co-Autoren:
Larry J. Krause, Dean MacNeil, Steven Recoskie, Mark N. Obrovac, Zilai Yan, Stephen L. Glazier,
Cyclikal
P2-025Low Voltage LiNi0.50Mn.3Co0.2]O2 Cells for Long Lived ApplicationsConnor Aiken
Co-Autoren:
Eric R. Logan, Helena Hebecker, Julian M. Oxner, Jessie E. Harlow, Michael Metzger and Jeff R. Dahn
Dalhousie University
P2-026An Investigation of Constant Pressure Methods and the Impact on Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell LifetimeMasters in Motorsports Engineering Aiden Leonard
Co-Autoren:
Brady Planden, Katie Lukow
Oxford Brookes University
P2-027Investigation of homogeneity and reversibility of deposited lithium on the anode surfacesMaster of Science Tobias Brake
Co-Autoren:
Marco Leißing, Dr. Sascha Nowak, Dr. Simon Wiemers-Meyer, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P2-028Volume and thickness change of Gr/SiOx|NMC811 large-format lithium-ion pouch cells: from full cell to active material levelM.Sc. Philipp Heugel
Co-Autoren:
Hendrik Pegel*, Otto von Kessel*, Tobias Deich, Dirk Uwe Sauer, Kai Peter Birke und Jens Tübke
Mercedes-Benz AG
P2-029Investigation of mechanical stress and lithium distributionM. Sc. Pablo Morales Torricos
Co-Autoren:
Anh Huy Huyn, Christian Endisch, Meinert Lewerenz
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-030Thickness change and jelly-roll deformation and its impact on the aging and lifetime of commercial 18650 cylindrical li-ion cells with silicon containing anodes and NCA cathodesM.Sc. Philipp Heugel
Co-Autoren:
Wolfgang Märkle, Tobias Deich und Jens Tübke
Mercedes-Benz AG
P2-031A modified-electrochemical impedance spectroscopy-based multi-time-scale fractional-order model for lithium-ion batteriesHaijun RuanImperial College London
P2-032A faster novel experimental procedure for parameterisation of equivalent circuit models for lithium-ion batteriesMechanical Engineering Mohammad Amin Samieian
Co-Autoren:
Alastair Hales, Yatish Patel, Gregory offer
Imperial College London
P2-033Selecting the right cell for the job: effective cell testing and qualification for real world applicationsPh.D. Samuel Lawton
Co-Autoren:
Hernan Sanchez, Jon Harding
Exponent International Ltd.
P2-034Ragone Calculator: A Straightforward Tool to Determine Performance Metrics and Support Developments at an Application-Relevant LevelKarsten Voigt
Co-Autoren:
Christian Heubner, Peter Marcinkowski, Sebastian Reuber, Kristian Nikolowski, Michael Schneider, Mareike Partsch, Alexander Michaelis
TU Dresden Fakultät Maschinenwesen Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft (IfWW)
P2-035Thermal conductivity measurements of cylindrical Lithium-ion batteries with different approaches and a subsequent study of their uncertainties.MSc Markus KollerAIT Austrian Institute of Technology
P2-036SEI development study – Accumulation and identification of SEI-derived species from lithium metal anodesMaster of Science Bastian von Holtum
Co-Autoren:
Dr. Simon Wiemers-Meyer, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P2-037Assessment of coating defect criticality in lithium-ion battery electrodesDr. Sebastian Maletti
Co-Autoren:
Tobias Lein, Karoline Schmal, Duy Anh Nguyen, Christian Heubner, Arnaud du Baret de Limé, Alexander Michaelis
TU Dresden
P2-038The Impact of Thermal Gradients on the Aging Behavior of Lithium-Ion BatteriesM.Sc. Matthias Faber
Co-Autoren:
Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P2-039The influence of the binder amount on the Solid Electrolyte InterphaseMaik Stamm
Co-Autoren:
M. Winter, P. Niehoff
MEET Battery Research Center
P2-040Influence of External Mechanical Compression on the Impedance of Li-ion CellsDr. Lidiya Komsiyska
Co-Autoren:
Bernhard Liebhart, Martin Satzke, Christian Endisch
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-041On the inhomogeneous nature of Li-intercalation and Li-plating on graphite-based anodes – an experimental study by means of high-resolution light microscopy under inert gas atmosphereM.Sc. Marius Bolsinger
Co-Autoren:
Christian Weisenberger, Mareike Negovec, Marc Kamlah, Volker Knoblauch
Aalen University - Materials Research Institute Aalen
P2-042Revealing Heterogeneous Aging of Electrode-Sheets via UV-Vis-NIR Diffusive Reflectance SpectroscopyMarcel Rogge
Co-Autoren:
Andreas Jossen
Technical University of Munich (TUM)
P2-043Thermal characterization of a fiber Bragg grating sensor array for measuring absolute surface temperature on a pouch cellDipl.-Ing. Johanna Unterkofler
Co-Autoren:
Reinhard Klambauer, Alexander Bergmann
Graz University of Technology
P2-044Multi-Chemistry Parameter Sensitivity Analysis of Electrochemical Battery ModelsDaniel Luder
Co-Autoren:
Weihan Li, Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University / ISEA
P2-045Electrical detection of lithium plating markers in lithium-ion batteriesM. Sc. Heinrich Ditler
Co-Autoren:
Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P2-046Effect of charging rate on Arrhenius plots describing optimum cycle life for pouch and cylindrical cellsDr. rer. nat. Maral Bozorgchenani
Co-Autoren:
Gints Kucinskis, Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, Thomas Waldmann
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
P2-047A novel method for application-based classification of lithium-ion cellsMaster of Science Manuel AnkTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P2-048QuaLiZell Project: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis of Safety Critical Aspects in Lithium-ion Cell ProductionDr. Xinyang Liu-Theato
Co-Autoren:
Lea Leuthner, Sebastian Schabel, Olivia Wiegand, Anna Smith, Helmut Ehrenberg
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
P2-049Physical-based interpretation of lithium-ion battery automotive-related ageingPhD Claudio RABISSI
Co-Autoren:
Gabriele SORDI, Andrea CASALEGNO
Politecnico di Milano
P2-050Quantifying the state of commercially available lithium-ion cellsOlaf Teichert
Co-Autoren:
Ali Rabeh, Xue Lin, Markus Lienkamp
Technical University of Munich
P2-051Optimized calibration of P2D lithium ion battery physical model following sensitivity-based multi-measurement protocolGabriele Sordi
Co-Autoren:
Claudio Rabissi, Andrea Casalegno
Politecnico di Milano
P2-052A Bibliometric Analysis on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of BatteriesM.Sc. Şehriban Çelik
Co-Autoren:
Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P2-053Introduction of a Testbench – Localized pressure analysis to optimize lithium-ion battery lifetimeHendrik Laufen
Co-Autoren:
Sascha Berg, Julian Engeser, Fabian Frie, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA)
P2-054Contacting of metallized polymer foils as current collectors with ultrasonic welding for Li-Ion batteriesHakon Gruhn
Co-Autoren:
Maja W. Kandula, Klaus Dilger
TU Braunschweig
P2-055Analysis of the heat capacity for large area Lithium-Ion pouch cellsDominik Droese
Co-Autoren:
Julia Kowal
Technische Universität Berlin
P2-056The Impact of Graphite Volume Expansion on Contact Loss for Graphite-Based Lithium ion Battery CellsZhimin ZhouMEET Battery Research Center
P2-057Non-contacting interferometric distance measurements of pouch cells during cyclingJulian EngeserFraunhofer ISE
P2-058Concepts for compensating pressure fluctuations inside future lithium-ion battery cellsPhilip Gümbel
Co-Autoren:
Birte von der Beeke, Jonas Schwieger, Klaus Dröder
TU-Braunschweig, Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik
P2-059Available discharge energy of non-aqueous electrochemical energy storage cells vs. discharge currentM.Sc. Christoph Nebl
Co-Autoren:
Christoph Nebl, Rainer Pelcz, Hans-Georg Schweiger
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-061New Battery Cell Devices for In Operando XRD of Energy Storage MaterialsDr. Christina DrathenBruker AXS
P2-001
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Michael Schönleber
Batemo GmbH

Prismatic, pouch or cylindric? A cell format comparison
P2-002
2. Cell level – any technology


Adrian Schmidt
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

A Multi Scale Multi Domain Approach For The Modelling Of Large Format Lithium-Ion Battery Cells
P2-003
2. Cell level – any technology


Julius Schmitt
Technical University Munich

State of health estimation based on partial cell charging
P2-004
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Laura Bravo Diaz
Imperial College London

Assessing Heat Generation in Lithium-ion Batteries: An Experimental Methodology
P2-005
2. Cell level – any technology


Bastian Heidrich
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Quantitative Homogeneity Determination of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase After High Temperature Cycling
P2-006
2. Cell level – any technology


Michael Quarti
Offenburg University of Applied Sciences

Trade-off between energy density and fast-charge capability of lithium-ion batteries: A model-based design study for understanding the behavior of thick electrodes
P2-007
2. Cell level – any technology


Dipl.-Ing. Benjamin Hauck
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

Advanced cell voltage modeling for lithium-ion-batteries using transmission line models
P2-008
2. Cell level – any technology


Jonas Braun
Hochschule Offenburg

Experimental characterization of 20 Ah lithium-ion pouch cells with NMC/LMO blend cathode and parameterization of an equivalent circuit model
P2-009
2. Cell level – any technology


Stephan Bihn
RWTH Aachen University

Introducing the Synthetic Battery Modeling Toolchain
P2-010
2. Cell level – any technology


Lena Spitthoff
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Internal temperatures of aged commercial Li-ion batteries
P2-011
2. Cell level – any technology


M. Sc. Jonas Soellner
Technische Universität München

Influence of combined mechanical loads on lithium-ion 18650 cells
P2-012
2. Cell level – any technology


Anne Schiefer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

An experimental comparison between commercial lithium-ion pouch and experimental cells
P2-013
2. Cell level – any technology


Andreas Oberbauer
Technische Universität München

Comparison of ultrasonic frequency response and puls transmission measurements for the characterization of lithium ion cells
P2-014
2. Cell level – any technology


Jonas Oehm
Aalen University

Ultra-thick cathodes based on Aluminium metal foams as current collector for high energy Li-ion batteries
P2-015
2. Cell level – any technology


Ahmed Chahbaz
ISEA Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe RWTH Aachen

Examining multi-stage ageing mechanisms for lithium titanate oxide batteries
P2-016
2. Cell level – any technology


Julia Gandert
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Impact of Thermal Material Properties on the Temperature Distribution within a Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell
P2-018
2. Cell level – any technology


PhD Sadjad Tajdaran
Oxford Brookes University

Evaluation of Alternative Methods for Determination of Battery Cells Heat Capacity and Thermal Resistance
P2-019
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Sebastian Helm
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg / Chair Electric Power Networks and Renewable Energy

Optimal battery cells for grid-serving applications
P2-020
2. Cell level – any technology


Master of Science (Chemistry) Iris Dienwiebel
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology

Quasi-In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy during Cycling and Calendar Aging of Silicon Nanoparticle Anodes
P2-021
2. Cell level – any technology


Florian Ströbl
Institute for Sustainable Energy Systems (ISES)

Multi-Objective optimization of model-based experimental design for battery aging experiments
P2-022
2. Cell level – any technology


Brady Planden
Oxford Brookes University

Battery Testing Consortium: An Open-Source Framework for Improvements in Motorsport Battery Design
P2-023
2. Cell level – any technology


Felix Schomburg
Universität Bayreuth

Analysis of the SEI growth during cell formation based on differential voltage analysis
P2-024
2. Cell level – any technology


PhD Vincent Chevrier
Cyclikal

New Insights using Isothermal Calorimetry and High Precision Cycling
P2-025
2. Cell level – any technology


Connor Aiken
Dalhousie University

Low Voltage LiNi0.50Mn.3Co0.2]O2 Cells for Long Lived Applications
P2-026
2. Cell level – any technology


Masters in Motorsports Engineering Aiden Leonard
Oxford Brookes University

An Investigation of Constant Pressure Methods and the Impact on Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell Lifetime
P2-027
2. Cell level – any technology


Master of Science Tobias Brake
MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology

Investigation of homogeneity and reversibility of deposited lithium on the anode surfaces
P2-028
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Philipp Heugel
Mercedes-Benz AG

Volume and thickness change of Gr/SiOx|NMC811 large-format lithium-ion pouch cells: from full cell to active material level
P2-029
2. Cell level – any technology


M. Sc. Pablo Morales Torricos
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Investigation of mechanical stress and lithium distribution
P2-030
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Philipp Heugel
Mercedes-Benz AG

Thickness change and jelly-roll deformation and its impact on the aging and lifetime of commercial 18650 cylindrical li-ion cells with silicon containing anodes and NCA cathodes
P2-031
2. Cell level – any technology


Haijun Ruan
Imperial College London

A modified-electrochemical impedance spectroscopy-based multi-time-scale fractional-order model for lithium-ion batteries
P2-032
2. Cell level – any technology


Mechanical Engineering Mohammad Amin Samieian
Imperial College London

A faster novel experimental procedure for parameterisation of equivalent circuit models for lithium-ion batteries
P2-033
2. Cell level – any technology


Ph.D. Samuel Lawton
Exponent International Ltd.

Selecting the right cell for the job: effective cell testing and qualification for real world applications
P2-034
2. Cell level – any technology


Karsten Voigt
TU Dresden Fakultät Maschinenwesen Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft (IfWW)

Ragone Calculator: A Straightforward Tool to Determine Performance Metrics and Support Developments at an Application-Relevant Level
P2-035
2. Cell level – any technology


MSc Markus Koller
AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

Thermal conductivity measurements of cylindrical Lithium-ion batteries with different approaches and a subsequent study of their uncertainties.
P2-036
2. Cell level – any technology


Master of Science Bastian von Holtum
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

SEI development study – Accumulation and identification of SEI-derived species from lithium metal anodes
P2-037
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Sebastian Maletti
TU Dresden

Assessment of coating defect criticality in lithium-ion battery electrodes
P2-038
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Matthias Faber
RWTH Aachen University

The Impact of Thermal Gradients on the Aging Behavior of Lithium-Ion Batteries
P2-039
2. Cell level – any technology


Maik Stamm
MEET Battery Research Center

The influence of the binder amount on the Solid Electrolyte Interphase
P2-040
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Lidiya Komsiyska
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Influence of External Mechanical Compression on the Impedance of Li-ion Cells
P2-041
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Marius Bolsinger
Aalen University - Materials Research Institute Aalen

On the inhomogeneous nature of Li-intercalation and Li-plating on graphite-based anodes – an experimental study by means of high-resolution light microscopy under inert gas atmosphere
P2-042
2. Cell level – any technology


Marcel Rogge
Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Revealing Heterogeneous Aging of Electrode-Sheets via UV-Vis-NIR Diffusive Reflectance Spectroscopy
P2-043
2. Cell level – any technology


Dipl.-Ing. Johanna Unterkofler
Graz University of Technology

Thermal characterization of a fiber Bragg grating sensor array for measuring absolute surface temperature on a pouch cell
P2-044
2. Cell level – any technology


Daniel Luder
RWTH Aachen University / ISEA

Multi-Chemistry Parameter Sensitivity Analysis of Electrochemical Battery Models
P2-045
2. Cell level – any technology


M. Sc. Heinrich Ditler
RWTH Aachen University

Electrical detection of lithium plating markers in lithium-ion batteries
P2-046
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. rer. nat. Maral Bozorgchenani
Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)

Effect of charging rate on Arrhenius plots describing optimum cycle life for pouch and cylindrical cells
P2-047
2. Cell level – any technology


Master of Science Manuel Ank
Technical University of Munich (TUM)

A novel method for application-based classification of lithium-ion cells
P2-048
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Xinyang Liu-Theato
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

QuaLiZell Project: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis of Safety Critical Aspects in Lithium-ion Cell Production
P2-049
2. Cell level – any technology


PhD Claudio RABISSI
Politecnico di Milano

Physical-based interpretation of lithium-ion battery automotive-related ageing
P2-050
2. Cell level – any technology


Olaf Teichert
Technical University of Munich

Quantifying the state of commercially available lithium-ion cells
P2-051
2. Cell level – any technology


Gabriele Sordi
Politecnico di Milano

Optimized calibration of P2D lithium ion battery physical model following sensitivity-based multi-measurement protocol
P2-052
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Şehriban Çelik
RWTH Aachen University

A Bibliometric Analysis on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of Batteries
P2-053
2. Cell level – any technology


Hendrik Laufen
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA)

Introduction of a Testbench – Localized pressure analysis to optimize lithium-ion battery lifetime
P2-054
2. Cell level – any technology


Hakon Gruhn
TU Braunschweig

Contacting of metallized polymer foils as current collectors with ultrasonic welding for Li-Ion batteries
P2-055
2. Cell level – any technology


Dominik Droese
Technische Universität Berlin

Analysis of the heat capacity for large area Lithium-Ion pouch cells
P2-056
2. Cell level – any technology


Zhimin Zhou
MEET Battery Research Center

The Impact of Graphite Volume Expansion on Contact Loss for Graphite-Based Lithium ion Battery Cells
P2-057
2. Cell level – any technology


Julian Engeser
Fraunhofer ISE

Non-contacting interferometric distance measurements of pouch cells during cycling
P2-058
2. Cell level – any technology


Philip Gümbel
TU-Braunschweig, Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik

Concepts for compensating pressure fluctuations inside future lithium-ion battery cells
P2-059
2. Cell level – any technology


M.Sc. Christoph Nebl
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Available discharge energy of non-aqueous electrochemical energy storage cells vs. discharge current
P2-061
2. Cell level – any technology


Dr. Christina Drathen
Bruker AXS

New Battery Cell Devices for In Operando XRD of Energy Storage Materials

Postersession 3 „Pack Level – Any Technology“

P3-001Lead-Acid Battery Monitoring in mobile applications by server based online diagnosticDominik Schulte
Co-Autoren:
M. Niessen, Dr. G. Angenendt, Dr. K.P. Kairies
BatterieIngenieure GmbH
P3-002Real World Load Cycle Based State of Charge Estimation Using Neural NetworkMarcel Franke
Co-Autoren:
Julia Kowal
Technische Universität Berlin
P3-003Battery Entropic Heating Coefficient Testing and Use in Cell-level Loss Modeling for Ultra Fast ChargingPhillip Kollmeyer
Co-Autoren:
Jeremy Lempert, Ali Emadi
McMaster University
P3-004Development of substitute cells to replicate the thermal behaviour of lithium-ion cellsPhilipp Seegert
Co-Autoren:
Sabrina Herberger, Udo Siegel, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wetzel
KIT
P3-005Battery state estimation algorithm performance and the impact of different application characteristicsM.Sc. Dominik Jöst
Co-Autoren:
Oliver Buitkamp, Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA-RWTH Aachen
P3-006A Toolchain for Evaluating SoX Algorithms on an Embedded System (using the foxBMS Plattform)Nico Manteuffel
Co-Autoren:
Julian Mardey, Johannes Rütters, Dirk Uwe Sauer
P3-007An Overview of Fitting Methods for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy DataAlexander Blömeke
Co-Autoren:
Ole Kappelhoff, Jacob Brandauer, Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P3-008Experimental analysis of the aging behavior of battery packs with forced air cooling and immersed cooling systemDr.-Ing. Andrea Marongiu
Co-Autoren:
D. Chahardahcherik, F. Braun, D. Schulte, D. Koster, E. Figgemeier
BatterieIngenieure GmbH
P3-009A novel capacity management system for leveling cells in a lithium-ion battery packB.Eng. René Behmann
Co-Autoren:
Wolfram Walter, Frederik Fuchs, Wolfgang G. Bessler
Hochschule Offenburg
P3-010Monitoring and analysing of parameters of a Battery pack in use to enable corrective actions in-timePh.D. Sushant Mutagekar
Co-Autoren:
Ashok Jhunjhunwala
IIT Madras, India
P3-011A novel minimum one-dimensional physics-based model of Lithium Sulfur batteries with comparisons to a quantitatively accurate zero-dimensional model.PhD Michael Cornish
Co-Autoren:
Monica Marinescu
Imperial College London
P3-012Development and Investigation of State of Energy Algorithms in a Model-in-the-Loop ToolchainM.Sc. Katharina Lilith QuadeInstitute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives - RWTH Aachen University
P3-014Field Battery Investigation – Part 1: Battery CharacterizationM. Sc. Jonathan Wirth
Co-Autoren:
Dominik Schulte, Rafael Conradt, Philipp Schröer, Florian Jöris, Alexander Uwe Schmid
BatterieIngenieure GmbH
P3-015Assessing a novel approach to joint state-parameter estimation and optimal fast-charging based on polynomial ECMsNicola Courtier
Co-Autoren:
David Howey, Pedro Ascencio
University of Oxford
P3-016Impact of the tabless electrode design on future cylindrical lithium-ion battery packsHendrik Pegel
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dirk Uwe Sauer
Mercedes-Benz AG
P3-017Aging assessment at cell level of battery packs with forced air cooling and immersed cooling systemTimo Ruewald
Co-Autoren:
A. Marongiu, D. Chahardahcherik, D. Schulte, D. Koster, E. Figgemeier
BatterieIngenieure GmbH
P3-018Field Battery Investigation – Part 2: Aging behaviorRafael Conradt
Co-Autoren:
Jonathan Wirth, Dominik Schulte, Florian Jöris, Philipp Schröer, Alexander Uwe Schmid
Robert Bosch GmbH/University of Stuttgart
P3-019Investigating the impact of ionic transport and thermodynamic changes over NCA/Gr-Si battery lifetimeMEng Malgorzata Wojtala
Co-Autoren:
Ferran Brosa Planella, Alana A. Zülke, Harry E. Hoster, David A. Howey
The University of Oxford
P3-020Lithium-ion Cell Failure AnalysisPh.D. James Frake
Co-Autoren:
Hernan Sanchez-Casalongue, Troy Hayes
Exponent
P3-021Electrochemical Noise Measurement for Non-Invasive SensorsAssoc. Prof. Burak Ülgüt
Co-Autoren:
Gözde Karaoğlu
Bilkent University
P3-022Databased state prediction of 48V Li-Ion Batteries: Generating synthetic customer driving dataM.Sc. Valentin SteiningerBMW Group/RWTH Aachen
P3-023A robust approach to battery SOH estimation combining equivalent circuits with machine learningAntti Aitio
Co-Autoren:
David Howey
Oxford University
P3-024Experimental Study on Switchable Cells and Reconfigurable ModulesM.Sc. Alexander Baumann
Co-Autoren:
Jan Kleiner, Alexander Heider, Lidiya Komsiyska, Gordon Elger, Christian Endisch
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P3-025Diagnosis of Battery Condition Using Strain-Gauge MeasurementsM. Sc. Morian Sonnet
Co-Autoren:
Philipp Dechent, Lisa Willenberg, Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P3-026qTSL: A Multilayer Control Framework for Managing Capacity, Temperature, Stress, and Losses in Hybrid Balancing SystemsDr Jorge Varela Barreras
Co-Autoren:
Ricardo de Castro, Hélder Pereira, Rui Esteves Araújo, Herschel C. Pangborn
Imperial College London
P3-027Diagnosis of cell properties by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy during formationM. Sc. Torben JennertTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-028Modelling inhomogeneous degradation in lithium-ion batteries: the effect of thermal gradientsDoctor Shen Li
Co-Autoren:
Cheng Zhang, Yan Zhao, Gregory J. Offer and Monica Marinescu
Imperial College London
P3-029Efficient battery function development by application of battery-as-a-service conceptsDipl. Ing Dino Hrvanovic
Co-Autoren:
Dino Hrvanovic, Hannes Haberl, Martin Krammer, Matthias K. Scharrer
Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH
P3-030Influence of ageing mechanisms on battery characteristics of lead-acid batteriesDr. Dominik Schulte
Co-Autoren:
J. Wirth
BatterieIngenieure GmbH
P3-031Battery Degradation-Aware Current Derating: An Effective Method to Prolong Lifetime and Ease Thermal ManagementDr Jorge Varela Barreras
Co-Autoren:
Michael Schimpe, Billy Wu, Gregory James Offer
Imperial College London
P3-032Online power prediction for lithium-ion batteries by integrating electrochemical modeling and machine learningWeihan Li
Co-Autoren:
Yue Fan, Florian Ringbeck, Dominik Jöst, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
P3-001
3. Pack level – any technology


Dominik Schulte
BatterieIngenieure GmbH

Lead-Acid Battery Monitoring in mobile applications by server based online diagnostic
P3-002
3. Pack level – any technology


Marcel Franke
Technische Universität Berlin

Real World Load Cycle Based State of Charge Estimation Using Neural Network
P3-003
3. Pack level – any technology


Phillip Kollmeyer
McMaster University

Battery Entropic Heating Coefficient Testing and Use in Cell-level Loss Modeling for Ultra Fast Charging
P3-004
3. Pack level – any technology


Philipp Seegert
KIT

Development of substitute cells to replicate the thermal behaviour of lithium-ion cells
P3-005
3. Pack level – any technology


M.Sc. Dominik Jöst
ISEA-RWTH Aachen

Battery state estimation algorithm performance and the impact of different application characteristics
P3-006
3. Pack level – any technology


Nico Manteuffel


A Toolchain for Evaluating SoX Algorithms on an Embedded System (using the foxBMS Plattform)
P3-007
3. Pack level – any technology


Alexander Blömeke
RWTH Aachen University

An Overview of Fitting Methods for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Data
P3-008
3. Pack level – any technology


Dr.-Ing. Andrea Marongiu
BatterieIngenieure GmbH

Experimental analysis of the aging behavior of battery packs with forced air cooling and immersed cooling system
P3-009
3. Pack level – any technology


B.Eng. René Behmann
Hochschule Offenburg

A novel capacity management system for leveling cells in a lithium-ion battery pack
P3-010
3. Pack level – any technology


Ph.D. Sushant Mutagekar
IIT Madras, India

Monitoring and analysing of parameters of a Battery pack in use to enable corrective actions in-time
P3-011
3. Pack level – any technology


PhD Michael Cornish
Imperial College London

A novel minimum one-dimensional physics-based model of Lithium Sulfur batteries with comparisons to a quantitatively accurate zero-dimensional model.
P3-012
3. Pack level – any technology


M.Sc. Katharina Lilith Quade
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives - RWTH Aachen University

Development and Investigation of State of Energy Algorithms in a Model-in-the-Loop Toolchain
P3-014
3. Pack level – any technology


M. Sc. Jonathan Wirth
BatterieIngenieure GmbH

Field Battery Investigation – Part 1: Battery Characterization
P3-015
3. Pack level – any technology


Nicola Courtier
University of Oxford

Assessing a novel approach to joint state-parameter estimation and optimal fast-charging based on polynomial ECMs
P3-016
3. Pack level – any technology


Hendrik Pegel
Mercedes-Benz AG

Impact of the tabless electrode design on future cylindrical lithium-ion battery packs
P3-017
3. Pack level – any technology


Timo Ruewald
BatterieIngenieure GmbH

Aging assessment at cell level of battery packs with forced air cooling and immersed cooling system
P3-018
3. Pack level – any technology


Rafael Conradt
Robert Bosch GmbH/University of Stuttgart

Field Battery Investigation – Part 2: Aging behavior
P3-019
3. Pack level – any technology


MEng Malgorzata Wojtala
The University of Oxford

Investigating the impact of ionic transport and thermodynamic changes over NCA/Gr-Si battery lifetime
P3-020
3. Pack level – any technology


Ph.D. James Frake
Exponent

Lithium-ion Cell Failure Analysis
P3-021
3. Pack level – any technology


Assoc. Prof. Burak Ülgüt
Bilkent University

Electrochemical Noise Measurement for Non-Invasive Sensors
P3-022
3. Pack level – any technology


M.Sc. Valentin Steininger
BMW Group/RWTH Aachen

Databased state prediction of 48V Li-Ion Batteries: Generating synthetic customer driving data
P3-023
3. Pack level – any technology


Antti Aitio
Oxford University

A robust approach to battery SOH estimation combining equivalent circuits with machine learning
P3-024
3. Pack level – any technology


M.Sc. Alexander Baumann
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Experimental Study on Switchable Cells and Reconfigurable Modules
P3-025
3. Pack level – any technology


M. Sc. Morian Sonnet
RWTH Aachen University

Diagnosis of Battery Condition Using Strain-Gauge Measurements
P3-026
3. Pack level – any technology


Dr Jorge Varela Barreras
Imperial College London

qTSL: A Multilayer Control Framework for Managing Capacity, Temperature, Stress, and Losses in Hybrid Balancing Systems
P3-027
3. Pack level – any technology


M. Sc. Torben Jennert
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Diagnosis of cell properties by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy during formation
P3-028
3. Pack level – any technology


Doctor Shen Li
Imperial College London

Modelling inhomogeneous degradation in lithium-ion batteries: the effect of thermal gradients
P3-029
3. Pack level – any technology


Dipl. Ing Dino Hrvanovic
Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH

Efficient battery function development by application of battery-as-a-service concepts
P3-030
3. Pack level – any technology


Dr. Dominik Schulte
BatterieIngenieure GmbH

Influence of ageing mechanisms on battery characteristics of lead-acid batteries
P3-031
3. Pack level – any technology


Dr Jorge Varela Barreras
Imperial College London

Battery Degradation-Aware Current Derating: An Effective Method to Prolong Lifetime and Ease Thermal Management
P3-032
3. Pack level – any technology


Weihan Li
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University

Online power prediction for lithium-ion batteries by integrating electrochemical modeling and machine learning

Postersession 4 „Applications“

P4-001cerman.power+ Battery: Solid state & Lithium: Technology Service - Pilot Line - Qualification- Production Equipment-TROIKA ProcessTim Schäfer
Co-Autoren:
Stephen Kim, Monika Zimmermann
Envites Energy GmbH
P4-002Flexible design and optimized control strategy for heterogeneous 2nd-life battery systems – the UnABESA projectProf. Dr.-Ing. Oliver BohlenHochschule München
P4-003Understanding aging characteristics of a stationary lithium-ion battery: Single-cell tests, system operation, and model-based interpretationProf. Dr. Wolfgang Bessler
Co-Autoren:
M. C. Yagci, O. Richter, S. Mittag, T. Feldmann, D. Velten, T. Seifert, M. Schmidt
Hochschule Offenburg
P4-004Scaling methodology to describe the capacity-dependent responses during thermal runaway of lithium ion batteriesStefan Doose
Co-Autoren:
Alexander Hahn, Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
Institute for Particle Technologie & Battery LabFactory, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P4-005Safety behavior of damaged 18650 lithium-ion battery cellsMarkus Spielbauer
Co-Autoren:
Oliver Bohlen, Andreas Jossen
Hochschule München
P4-006Emergency power storage: demand, requirements, and suitability of stand-alone flow battery systemsJan Girschik
Co-Autoren:
Anna Grevé, Christian Doetsch
Fraunhofer-Institut für Umwelt-, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT
P4-007Battery Energy Storage Systems as an Alternative to Conventional Grid ReinforcementM.Sc. Daniel KucevicTechnical University of Munich
P4-008Influence of Aging on the Failing Behavior of Automotive Lithium-Ion BatteriesDr. Christiane Essl
Co-Autoren:
Andrey W. Golubkov and Anton Fuchs
VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research GmbH
P4-009Online impedancespectroscopy in micromobilityMaster of Science Christian Rosenmüller
Co-Autoren:
Stefan Brandt
Hochschule München
P4-010A Low-cost, High-performance Energy Service Planning Methodology, and Operating ServiceWei-Ming Li
Co-Autoren:
Wei-Ming Li, Kayson Cho
LSC
P4-011Using neural ordinary differential equations for grey-box modelling of lithium-ion batteriesJennifer Brucker
Co-Autoren:
Wolfgang G. Bessler, Rainer Gasper
University of Applied Sciences Offenburg
P4-012Safe-Handling of e-vehicles after accidents: Recommendations for the rescue chainM.Sc. Thomas König
Co-Autoren:
K. Böhm, R. Görtz, J. Lausch, S. Lott, L. Schaffrath, H-G. Schweiger, B. Wegener
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P4-013A hybrid propulsion system for a maritime application powered by a battery and a high-temperature fuel cellCem Ünlübayir
Co-Autoren:
Rehan Ahmad Khan, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives RWTH Aachen University
P4-014Identifying battery storage system to ensure stable grid operation – the GridBatt projectDr. Ralf Benger
Co-Autoren:
Frank Deblon, Jacob Klink, Maximilian Wassner, Dr. Ulrike Wunderwald, Anton Chupryn, Jun-Prof. Ines Hauer, Sebastian Helm, Prof. Andreas Lindemann
TU Clausthal
P4-015LiIon Round Cell Alternatives for the automotive marketDr. der Chemie Manfred Leimkühler
Co-Autoren:
Herr Dr. Jürgen Heydecke
Jauch Quartz GmbH
P4-016Balancing group distortion & balancing energy costs due to the provision of frequency containment reserve in GermanyM.Sc. Lucas Koltermann
Co-Autoren:
Kevin Jacqué, Jan Figgener, Sebastian Zurmühlen, Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University
P4-017Blockchain based platform for battery trackingM.D. Carlos Antônio Rufino Júnior
Co-Autoren:
Eleonora Riva Sanseverino; Pierluigi Gallo; Daniel Koch; Hans-Georg Schweiger; Hudson Zanin
UNICAMP
P4-001
4. Applications


Tim Schäfer
Envites Energy GmbH

cerman.power+ Battery: Solid state & Lithium: Technology Service - Pilot Line - Qualification- Production Equipment-TROIKA Process
P4-002
4. Applications


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Bohlen
Hochschule München

Flexible design and optimized control strategy for heterogeneous 2nd-life battery systems – the UnABESA project
P4-003
4. Applications


Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bessler
Hochschule Offenburg

Understanding aging characteristics of a stationary lithium-ion battery: Single-cell tests, system operation, and model-based interpretation
P4-004
4. Applications


Stefan Doose
Institute for Particle Technologie & Battery LabFactory, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Scaling methodology to describe the capacity-dependent responses during thermal runaway of lithium ion batteries
P4-005
4. Applications


Markus Spielbauer
Hochschule München

Safety behavior of damaged 18650 lithium-ion battery cells
P4-006
4. Applications


Jan Girschik
Fraunhofer-Institut für Umwelt-, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT

Emergency power storage: demand, requirements, and suitability of stand-alone flow battery systems
P4-007
4. Applications


M.Sc. Daniel Kucevic
Technical University of Munich

Battery Energy Storage Systems as an Alternative to Conventional Grid Reinforcement
P4-008
4. Applications


Dr. Christiane Essl
VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research GmbH

Influence of Aging on the Failing Behavior of Automotive Lithium-Ion Batteries
P4-009
4. Applications


Master of Science Christian Rosenmüller
Hochschule München

Online impedancespectroscopy in micromobility
P4-010
4. Applications


Wei-Ming Li
LSC

A Low-cost, High-performance Energy Service Planning Methodology, and Operating Service
P4-011
4. Applications


Jennifer Brucker
University of Applied Sciences Offenburg

Using neural ordinary differential equations for grey-box modelling of lithium-ion batteries
P4-012
4. Applications


M.Sc. Thomas König
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Safe-Handling of e-vehicles after accidents: Recommendations for the rescue chain
P4-013
4. Applications


Cem Ünlübayir
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives RWTH Aachen University

A hybrid propulsion system for a maritime application powered by a battery and a high-temperature fuel cell
P4-014
4. Applications


Dr. Ralf Benger
TU Clausthal

Identifying battery storage system to ensure stable grid operation – the GridBatt project
P4-015
4. Applications


Dr. der Chemie Manfred Leimkühler
Jauch Quartz GmbH

LiIon Round Cell Alternatives for the automotive market
P4-016
4. Applications


M.Sc. Lucas Koltermann
RWTH Aachen University

Balancing group distortion & balancing energy costs due to the provision of frequency containment reserve in Germany
P4-017
4. Applications


M.D. Carlos Antônio Rufino Júnior
UNICAMP

Blockchain based platform for battery tracking

Postersession 5 „Battery Life Cycle”

P5-001Assessment of different Fast Charging Strategies for Cycling Lithium-Ion BatteriesRobin Drees
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kurrat
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P5-002Laser cutting of prelithiated graphite-silicon anodesLars Oliver Schmidt
Co-Autoren:
Houssin Wehbe, Maja W. Kandula, Klaus Dilger
Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P5-003Structuring thick high-energy silicon/graphite anodes by multilayer coatingM.Sc. Laura Gottschalk
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P5-004Simulation parameter study on the electrode rolling process for 18650 Si-C/NMC622 Li-ion cells using the finite-element methodPhilip Kargl
Co-Autoren:
Patrick Kolm, Lukas Hofstädter, Christoph Breitfuss, Alexander Thaler
Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH
P5-005Inductive drying of lithium-ion graphite anodesTobias Krüger
Co-Autoren:
Maja W. Kandula, Klaus Dilger
Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik der TU Braunschweig
P5-006Influence of recuperation currents on battery lifetime in electric bus applicationsJan Paul Neunzling
Co-Autoren:
David Henriques, Matthias Fleckenstein, Torsten Markus
AKASOL AG
P5-007Mechanical Structuring of Lithium-Ion Electrodes – A Method with Great Potential for High-Throughput ProductionJosef Keilhofer
Co-Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rüdiger Daub
Technical University of Munich
P5-008Carbon footprint study of aluminium in battery cellsMSc Stefan Wass
Co-Autoren:
Sofia Hedevåg
Gränges Finspång AB
P5-009Influence of Atmospheric Composition on the Performance of Prelithiated C/SiOx Anodes - from Lab to Mass ProductionHans Fenske
Co-Autoren:
Dominik Steckermeier, Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik & Battery LabFactory Braunschweig
P5-010Mechanical recycling of production scraps from electrode manufactureDr.-Ing. Sebastian Melzig
Co-Autoren:
Arno Kwade
Technische Universität Braunschweig
P5-011Polymer-SSB Recycling – How mechanical processes can be adapted and optimized for efficient recyclingM. Sc. Marco Ahuis
Co-Autoren:
Doose, S.; Michalowski, P.; Kwade, A.
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik
P5-012Scaling up the production of silicon-based multi-layer pouch-cells to enhance the energy density of LIBsM. Sc. Jan HagemeisterTechnical University of Munich, Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb)
P5-013Determination of moisture influence in battery manufacturing with high energy materials using a humidification experimental setupM. Sc. Philipp Heitmeyer
Co-Autoren:
Mr. Arian Froehlich
TU-Braunschweig
P5-014A mechanical synthesis route for the production of silicon graphite composites for lithium – ion – batteriesMaster of Science Franziska Lais
Co-Autoren:
Peter Michalowski, Arno Kwade
Institut für Partikeltechnik
P5-015Energy efficient cluster approach for dry room operation in lithium-ion battery productionMarkus Eckstein
Co-Autoren:
Florenz Janning, Frederic Bovenschulte, Hasibe Turhan, Saskia Wessel, Fritz Klocke, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie IPT - Forschungsfertigung Batteriezelle FFB
P5-016Proposed standardisation of life-cycle assessment of stationary energy storage systemsMSc Energy Engineering Luka SmajilaKTH
P5-017Comparison of a discontinuous and continuous slurry manufacturing process for silicon-containing anodes in lithium-ion batteriesMaster of Science Tim GrendaTU Braunschweig
P5-018Using Degradation Modes for Large-scale Capacity and Power Fade DiagnosticsM.Sc. Alexander Karger
Co-Autoren:
Andreas Jossen
Technical University of Munich
P5-019A refined SEI model for lithium-ion batteriesPhD student Ruihe Li
Co-Autoren:
Simon E. J. O'Kane, Monica Marinescu, Gregory J. Offer
Imperial College London
P5-020Legal framework for sustainable battery-operated productsProf. Dr.-Ing. Thomas HofmannHochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtiingen-Geislingen
P5-021Pyrometallurgical Recycling Process Routes – Distribution analysis of valuable metals and the economic consequencesM. Sc. Dzeneta Vrucak
Co-Autoren:
Linda Reinhart, Dr. Elinor Rombach, Prof. Dr. Bernd Friedrich, Prof. Dr. Peter Letmathe
RWTH Aachen University
P5-022Understanding Electrolyte Filling of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes on the Pore ScaleDr. Martin Lautenschläger
Co-Autoren:
Benjamin Kellers, Julius Weinmiller, Timo Danner, Arnulf Latz
German Aerospace Center
P5-023Influence of impurities on the recycling process of NCM active materialsVladislaw Gorodko
Co-Autoren:
Vladislaw Gorodko, Henry Auer, Kristian Nikolowski, Mareike Partsch, Alexander Michaelis
Fraunhofer IKTS
P5-024Proportionate Influence of Anode and Cathode Structuring on Electrode Characteristics and Cell PerformanceLucas Hille
Co-Autoren:
Lingji Xu, Josef Keilhofer, Sandro Stock, Johannes Kriegler, Michael F. Zaeh
Technical University of Munich
P5-025EV-Batterien in der Produktivitätsfalle – wie industrielle Computertomografie hohe Ausschussraten auf Zellebene senken kann*Stephan DregerBaker Hughes Digital Solutions GmbH
P5-026Ultrasonic Metal Welding in the Battery IndustryDaniel FuhrmannSchunk Sonosystems
P5-027Continuous vs. batch-type processing of negative electrode pastes for lithium ion batteriesDr Kristina Borzutzki
Co-Autoren:
Markus Börner, Markus Christian Eckstein, Saskia Wessel, Martin Winter, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie IPT
P5-028The influence of temperature inhomogeneity on cycling characteristics and local aging behavior of lithium-ion battery cellsPh.D Wenjiong Cao
Co-Autoren:
Weihan Li, Matthias Faber, Fangming Jiang, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
P5-029Electrochemically Induced Phase Transition in V3O7 · H2O Nanobelts/Reduced Graphene Oxide Composites for Aqueous Zinc‐Ion BatteriesPhD Huili Cao
Co-Autoren:
Zhiyong Zheng, Poul Norby, Xinxin Xiao, Susanne Mossin
Technical University of Denmark
P5-030Electrode and Separator ExtrusionDr. Nicolaus RehseCollin Lab & Pilot Solutions GmbH
P5-031Qualification of water-based electrode slurries for the inkjet printing processM. Sc. Cara Greta KolbTechnical University of Munich
P5-001
5. Battery life cycle


Robin Drees
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Assessment of different Fast Charging Strategies for Cycling Lithium-Ion Batteries
P5-002
5. Battery life cycle


Lars Oliver Schmidt
Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Laser cutting of prelithiated graphite-silicon anodes
P5-003
5. Battery life cycle


M.Sc. Laura Gottschalk
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Structuring thick high-energy silicon/graphite anodes by multilayer coating
P5-004
5. Battery life cycle


Philip Kargl
Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH

Simulation parameter study on the electrode rolling process for 18650 Si-C/NMC622 Li-ion cells using the finite-element method
P5-005
5. Battery life cycle


Tobias Krüger
Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik der TU Braunschweig

Inductive drying of lithium-ion graphite anodes
P5-006
5. Battery life cycle


Jan Paul Neunzling
AKASOL AG

Influence of recuperation currents on battery lifetime in electric bus applications
P5-007
5. Battery life cycle


Josef Keilhofer
Technical University of Munich

Mechanical Structuring of Lithium-Ion Electrodes – A Method with Great Potential for High-Throughput Production
P5-008
5. Battery life cycle


MSc Stefan Wass
Gränges Finspång AB

Carbon footprint study of aluminium in battery cells
P5-009
5. Battery life cycle


Hans Fenske
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik & Battery LabFactory Braunschweig

Influence of Atmospheric Composition on the Performance of Prelithiated C/SiOx Anodes - from Lab to Mass Production
P5-010
5. Battery life cycle


Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Melzig
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Mechanical recycling of production scraps from electrode manufacture
P5-011
5. Battery life cycle


M. Sc. Marco Ahuis
TU Braunschweig, Institut für Partikeltechnik

Polymer-SSB Recycling – How mechanical processes can be adapted and optimized for efficient recycling
P5-012
5. Battery life cycle


M. Sc. Jan Hagemeister
Technical University of Munich, Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb)

Scaling up the production of silicon-based multi-layer pouch-cells to enhance the energy density of LIBs
P5-013
5. Battery life cycle


M. Sc. Philipp Heitmeyer
TU-Braunschweig

Determination of moisture influence in battery manufacturing with high energy materials using a humidification experimental setup
P5-014
5. Battery life cycle


Master of Science Franziska Lais
Institut für Partikeltechnik

A mechanical synthesis route for the production of silicon graphite composites for lithium – ion – batteries
P5-015
5. Battery life cycle


Markus Eckstein
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie IPT - Forschungsfertigung Batteriezelle FFB

Energy efficient cluster approach for dry room operation in lithium-ion battery production
P5-016
5. Battery life cycle


MSc Energy Engineering Luka Smajila
KTH

Proposed standardisation of life-cycle assessment of stationary energy storage systems
P5-017
5. Battery life cycle


Master of Science Tim Grenda
TU Braunschweig

Comparison of a discontinuous and continuous slurry manufacturing process for silicon-containing anodes in lithium-ion batteries
P5-018
5. Battery life cycle


M.Sc. Alexander Karger
Technical University of Munich

Using Degradation Modes for Large-scale Capacity and Power Fade Diagnostics
P5-019
5. Battery life cycle


PhD student Ruihe Li
Imperial College London

A refined SEI model for lithium-ion batteries
P5-020
5. Battery life cycle


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Hofmann
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtiingen-Geislingen

Legal framework for sustainable battery-operated products
P5-021
5. Battery life cycle


M. Sc. Dzeneta Vrucak
RWTH Aachen University

Pyrometallurgical Recycling Process Routes – Distribution analysis of valuable metals and the economic consequences
P5-022
5. Battery life cycle


Dr. Martin Lautenschläger
German Aerospace Center

Understanding Electrolyte Filling of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes on the Pore Scale
P5-023
5. Battery life cycle


Vladislaw Gorodko
Fraunhofer IKTS

Influence of impurities on the recycling process of NCM active materials
P5-024
5. Battery life cycle


Lucas Hille
Technical University of Munich

Proportionate Influence of Anode and Cathode Structuring on Electrode Characteristics and Cell Performance
P5-025
5. Battery life cycle


Stephan Dreger
Baker Hughes Digital Solutions GmbH

EV-Batterien in der Produktivitätsfalle – wie industrielle Computertomografie hohe Ausschussraten auf Zellebene senken kann*
P5-026
5. Battery life cycle


Daniel Fuhrmann
Schunk Sonosystems

Ultrasonic Metal Welding in the Battery Industry
P5-027
5. Battery life cycle


Dr Kristina Borzutzki
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie IPT

Continuous vs. batch-type processing of negative electrode pastes for lithium ion batteries
P5-028
5. Battery life cycle


Ph.D Wenjiong Cao
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University

The influence of temperature inhomogeneity on cycling characteristics and local aging behavior of lithium-ion battery cells
P5-029
5. Battery life cycle


PhD Huili Cao
Technical University of Denmark

Electrochemically Induced Phase Transition in V3O7 · H2O Nanobelts/Reduced Graphene Oxide Composites for Aqueous Zinc‐Ion Batteries
P5-030
5. Battery life cycle


Dr. Nicolaus Rehse
Collin Lab & Pilot Solutions GmbH

Electrode and Separator Extrusion
P5-031
5. Battery life cycle


M. Sc. Cara Greta Kolb
Technical University of Munich

Qualification of water-based electrode slurries for the inkjet printing process

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