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Henning Kaland Key qualifications Hands-on experience in industrializing new battery materials. PhD on novel cathode materials for next generation battery technologies. Engineer and Master of Science in nanotechnology from NTNU, with a master thesis on Si anodes for Li-ion batteries. Experience with a broad set of material and electrochemical characterization techniques, as well as data […]
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Dr. Arnold Lamm Arnold Lamm was the project leader for eDrives 2025 based on C-segment cars in the pre-development until 2019. Beginning of June 2019 Arnold Lamm left Daimler AG in order to found a consulting company for electromobility: e-Technologies GmbH. Mechanical/chemical engineering at RWTH-Aachen. After finishing his PhD at Research Centre Jülich GmbH, Arnold […]
Dr. Sungrok Bang Dr. Sungrok Bang is a research fellow and head of open innovation department of LG Energy Solution, where he is responsible for technology scouting, investment, and external collaboration. Dr. Bang received his Ph. D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from University of California Irvine in 2008. He is now working as […]
Dr. Rahul Fotedar Dr. Rahul Fotedar is the Chief Technology Officer and one of the co-founders of Morrow Batteries AS. Rahul holds a Masters degree in chemistry from TU München and a PhD degree specializing on battery materials from ETH Zürich. Dr. Rahul Fotedar has previously worked as staff scientist in Institute of Energy Technology […]
Thermal runaway and thermal propagation, i.e. the propagation of a thermal incident from cell to cell inside a battery, are part of the most significant safety challenges in the use of lithium ion batteries as it occurs e.g. in the growing segment of electromobility. In the workshop, fundamentals of thermal runaway and thermal propagation in lithium ion batteries are discussed. In addition, challenges and results from battery safety tests will be presented as well as possible approaches for battery performance and safety simulation. Furthermore, possibilities of fault detection are discussed and their advantages and limitations are shown. The seminar is completed by a discussion of safety in general like functional safety concepts by ISO 262621:2019 with respect to battery technology and the presentation of laws and standards concerning battery safety.
The great potential with regard to increasing energy density and other performance characteristics, but also the limits of the respective battery types, will be discussed using current literature and based on the experience of the speakers in this subject area. Participants will gain basic knowledge about the functionality and development trends of new battery systems.
Dr. Khalil Amine Dr. Khalil Amine is an Argonne Distinguished Fellow and the leader of the Advanced Battery Technology team at Argonne National Laboratory, where he is responsible for directing the research and development of advanced materials and battery systems for HEV, PHEV, EV, satellite, military and medical applications. Dr. Amine currently serves a committee […]
Andrew Leyland As Head of Strategic Advisory at Benchmark Andrew is responsible for the company’s offering on both project finance support and supply chain strategy. This includes due diligence projects and Investment Roadmaps for those looking to understand and enter the Li-ion and energy storage sector. Benchmark has advised many leading OEMs and Oil & […]