Kraftwerk Batterie 2019

3. April 2019


09:00  -  10:00

Eröffnung

Europa-Saal

10:00  -  10:10

Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer
ISEA, RWTH Aachen University

Grußworte

Europa-Saal

10:10  -  10:20

Prof. Dr. Werner Klaffke
Haus der Technik

Plenarvortrag 1

Europa-Saal

10:20  -  11:05

The Changing Face of Powertrain
Ted Miller
Ford Motor Company

Plenarvortrag 2

Europa-Saal

11:05  -  11:35

Material Research for Batteries: Facts versus Wishful Thinking
Prof. Dr. Petr Novák
Paul Scherrer Institute

Plenarvortrag 3

Europa-Saal

11:35  -  12:05

Challenges for Next Generation Automotive Batteries
Dr. Matthias Ullrich
Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft


14:00  -  15:40

Session 1A: Battery Systems – Battery Aging
Veranstaltungsort: Europa-Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Alexander Warnecke, Dr. Meinert Lewerenz

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

 


 

Session 1B: Automotive and mobile applications
Veranstaltungsort: Saal Brüssel
Sessionleiter: Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Karden · Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Schweiger

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

 


 

Session 1C: Lithium-ion Cells – Inactive Components
Veranstaltungsort: Konferenzraum K1
Sessionleiter: Prof. Egbert Figgemeier · Dr. Gerhard Hörpel

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

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16:45  -  18:05

Session 2A: Battery Systems – Battery Modeling and Parameterization
Veranstaltungsort: Europa-Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Charles Delacourt · Dr.-Ing. Heiko Witzenhausen

16:45Electrode dry-out as origin of accelerated battery aging towards end of life: Modeling and lifetime predictionProf. Dr. Wolfgang BesslerHochschule Offenburg
17:053D Simulation of Transport Processes within Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes Comprising Non-Spherical Active Material ParticlesSusanne CernakKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
17:25Computational models of different complexity for performance simulation of lithium-ion batteriesAdrian SchmidtKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
17:45Physical Parameters of Constrained Li-Ion Pouch CellsM. Sc. Jan SingerUniversität Stuttgart

 


 

Session 2B: Battery Systems – Battery Diagnostics
Veranstaltungsort: Saal Brüssel
Sessionleiter: Armin Warm · Horst Mettlach

16:45A novel methodology for the diagnosis of safety critical lithium-ion batteries states with multi-frequent electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (multi-EIS) and ultrasonics (US)Dr.-Ing. Alexander GitisISEA, RWTH Aachen University
17:05Cell State Determination using Optical Electrode MonitoringValentin RoscherHochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg
17:25New method for analyzing ultrasonic based measurements for lithium-ion batteriesSebastian LudwigTechnische Universität München
17:45Ultrasonic Probing of Lithium-Ion Batteries – a new Concept for State of Charge EstimationLukas GoldFraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC

 


 

Session 2C: Stationary battery systems – Teaching batteries
Veranstaltungsort: Konferenzraum K1
Sessionleiter: Kai-Philipp Kairies · Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Jossen

16:45Large-scale flow battery as electrical energy storage system of a multifunctional hybrid compensatorJan GirschikFraunhofer-Institut für Umwelt-, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT
17:05Safety and ageing issues in lithium-ion home storage systemsStephan LuxFraunhofer Institut ISE
17:25PV Home Storage Systems: Evaluation of 6 Years KfW Subsidy Program in GermanyM.Sc. Jan FiggenerISEA, RWTH Aachen University
17:45Battery Education at TH IngolstadtFabian StegerTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt

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Abendveranstaltung

Tivoli VIP Lounge - Krefelder Str. 205, 52070 Aachen

19:00  -  22:30

Die Abendveranstaltung findet in der VIP-Lounge des Tivoli-Stadions, Krefelder Straße 205, 52070 Aachen statt. Der Eingang zum VIP-Bereich befindet sich ebenso wie die Zufahrt zum Parkhaus von der Krefelder Straße aus gesehen hinter dem Stadion. Ab 18:45 Uhr stehen Shuttlebusse am Veranstaltungsort bereit, um Sie zum Tivoli zu fahren. Die feierliche Verleihung der Posterpreise für die drei besten wissenschaftlichen Poster findet im Rahmen der Abendveranstaltung um 21:00 Uhr statt. Ab 22 Uhr fahren Shuttle-Busse zum Eurogress zurück.

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4. April 2019

Plenarvortrag 4

Europa-Saal

09:00  -  09:45

New fast charging protocols for lithium ion batteries
Prof. Rachid Yazami
Nanyang Technological University

Plenarvortrag 5

Europa-Saal

09:45  -  10:15

The Full Charge – Battery Systems for a Successful Electrification of Commercial Vehicles
Dr. Hartung Wilstermann
Webasto E-Solutions & Services Boards

Plenarvortrag 6

Europa-Saal

10:15  -  10:45

BATTERY 2030+: challenges to address for the batteries of the future
Prof. Dr. Kristina Edström
Uppsala University

Plenarvortrag 7

Europa-Saal

10:45  -  11:15

Battery Cell Design: Requirements and Challenges
Prof. Dr. Andreas Jossen
Technische Universität München


12:55  -  14:35

Session 3A: Battery Systems – Battery Management and Diagnostics
Veranstaltungsort: Europasaal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Peter H.L. Notten · Stefan Werkstetter

12:55Online Aging Determination with Dissipative Balancing CircuitsIlya ZilbermanTechnical University of Munich
13:15Online Lithium ion capacity and impedance diagnostic by tracking and modelling incremental capacity curvesDr. Mikel OyarbideCIDETEC Energy Storage
13:35Development of optimal fast-charging strategies using a validated cell modelDr. Michael SchönleberBatemo GmbH
13:55Comparative analysis of CCCV and pulse-charging routines for li-ion batteriesMichael DipponKarlsruhe Institut of Technology (KIT)
14:15The Effects of Thermal Gradients in Automotive Battery Packs Balancing StrategyEmma VendolaImperial College London

 


 

Session 3B: Lithium-ion cells – Active Components and Battery Performance
Veranstaltungsort: Saal Brüssel
Sessionleiter: Dr. Volker Hennige · Dr. Peter Pilgram

12:55Cross-Talk Between Transition Metal Cathode and Li Metal Anode – Unraveling its Influence on the Deposition/Dissolution Behavior and Morphology of LithiumJohannes BetzMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
13:15Understanding the role of polymeric binders in water based Lithium ion electrodesRonald GordonKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
13:35Specific energy and fast-charging capability of commercial Li-ion cells of the new 21700 formatDr.rer.nat. Thomas WaldmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
13:55A new high energy density pouch cell that operates at low-temperature conditions (<-40 °C)Prof. Filippos FarmakisDemocritus University of Thrace
14:15Prediction of Calendric Aging Behavior of Lithium-Ion BatteriesBjörn KleinsteinbergISEA RWTH Aachen

 


 

Session 3C: Beyond and Beside Lithium Ion Technology
Veranstaltungsort: Konferenzraum K1
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Kristina Edström · Prof. Dr. Stefano Passerini

12:55Recent developments for Lithium-Sulfur prototype cellsDr. Susanne DoerflerFraunhofer IWS
13:15Sodium Metal Anodes: Plating/Stripping behaviour and SEI formationDipl.-Ing. Magdalena MandlHelmholtz Institut Ulm (HIU), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
13:35Application of Ionic Liquids as (Co-)Solvents in Electrolytes for High Voltage Magnesium BatteriesVerena KüpersMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
13:55Screening of deep-eutectic-solvent electrolytes for the aluminium-ion batteryWilli PetersDechema-Forschungsinstitut
14:15A new approach to ultracapacitor/battery hybrid energy storage solutionsDr. Sebastian PohlmannSkeleton Technologies GmbH

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15:20  -  17:00

Session 4A: Lithium-ion cells – Analytical Methods and Models
Veranstaltungsort: Europa-Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Jens Tübke · Prof. Dr. Petr Novák

15:20Investigation of capacity and homogeneity recovery of commercial cells after cycle life testsDr. Meinert LewerenzTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
15:40Modeling solid-electrolyte interphase formation on silicon interfacesLars von KolzenbergInstitute of Engineering Thermodynamics, German Aerospace Center
16:00Electrode porosity – how does it influence electric cell behaviour?Christiane RaheForschungszentrum Jülich
16:20A new perspective on interphase formation in Li-ion batteries by simultaneous EIS and EQCM-DPaul KitzPaul Scherrer Institut
16:40Revealing the Network of Reactions in LIB Electrolytes By In Situ and Ex Situ NMR TechniquesDr. Simon Wiemers-MeyerMEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster

 


 

Session 4B: Battery Systems – Field and Laboratory Tests
Veranstaltungsort: Saal Brüssel
Sessionleiter: Dr. Eberhard Meissner · Dominik Schulte

15:20Experimental investigation of reaction and temperature behaviour of large lithium-ion cells during thermal propagationDaniel BecherZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
15:40Capability of lithium-ion cells to deliver constant power at high loadsChristoph NeblTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
16:00Safety assessment of traction battery systems regarding mechanical loadsDr. Martin SchwabAVL List GmbH
16:20The relationship between cell heat generation rate and operating temperature: determination and importance to battery management systemsDr. Alastair HalesImperial College London
16:40Influence of temperature and cell balancing on NMC111's observed capacity fade during high voltage operationProf. Göran LindberghKTH Royal Institute of Technology

 


 

Session 4C: Production and recycling of battery systems and cells
Veranstaltungsort: Konferenzraum K1
Sessionleiter: Dr. Sebastian Menne · Dr. Falko Schappacher

15:20From Cells to Systems – Automated Contacting of Battery Cells using Laser Beam WeldingSören HollatzFraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
15:40Innovative quality management methods for the scale-up of new battery chemistries in a lithium-ion cell production lineM.Sc. Anna KollendaTechnische Universität München
16:00Dispersion and Coating Strategies for innovative electrodes for LIBDr. Alice HoffmannZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
16:20Laser perforation as a structuring concept for high-capacity electrodesSophie Sachse
Maher Kouli
Technische Universität Braunschweig
16:40APPtec – a new generation of spray pyrolysis technology to produce advanced battery materialsDr. Thomas JähnertGlatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH

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Führung durch das ISEA

ISEA Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe RWTH Aachen

17:00

Führung durch das ISEA – exklusiv für Teilnehmer

Das ISEA Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe RWTH Aachen bietet den Teilnehmern des Batterietags NRW sowie der Konferenz Kraftwerk Batterie an, das Institut im Anschluss der jeweiligen Veranstaltung zu besuchen.

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