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BATTERY 2030+: an initiative contributing to the DSM strategy
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The purpose of the ECEE meetings is to focus on electrochemical energy conversion/storage materials, concepts, and systems, with the intent to bring together scientists, engineers, and researchers to share results and discuss issues on these topics.
Glasgow, Scotland, July 21-26, 2019
Linking resources to sustainable development.
Durban, South-Africa, August 4-9, 2019
Lithium-sulfur batteries are the most promising choice for future energy storage systems, while there are still many challenges before the practical applications.The conference will bring together the world's leading academics, scientists and engineers to discuss the priority areas of lithium sulfur battery chemistry research. The general topics include sulfur cathode, lithium metal anode, non-aqueous/solid-state electrolyte, modelling, mechanisms, safety & management, and other metal-sulfide systems.
Beijing, China, August 12-15, 2019
Catalytic reactions with ion transfer through interfaces have been a dynamic research topic for a long time both in catalysis and chemical reaction engineering. In recent several decades, the knowledge accumulated on such topics has facilitated the fast development of energy transformation and storage technologies. In a number of applications, e.g. proton exchange membrane fuel cells, lithium-batteries, membrane and photo-catalytic reactors for chemical production and pollutant abatement, reactions with ion transfer have already become the core of the technologies in fast commercial penetration. In recent years, we are also experiencing fast, exciting and potentially high impact progresses on such topics as solid oxide fuel cells, water splitting cells, new concept batteries and supercapacitors.
With the encouragement of the organizing committee of the EUROPACAT 2019, colleagues at Aalto University decided to organize this workshop as a pre-conference of the main conference. The purpose is to offer a forum to present the new breakthroughs and to exchange the fundamental understandings on the steps and kinetics of such catalytic reactions. As the professors of an engineering school, the organizers especially encourage communications on the design principles of the reactors for such reactions, i.e. those with ion transfer through interfaces.
Dipoli, Finland, August 15-17, 2019
Empa, PSI, and BFH jointly organize the 2nd edition of the Swiss & Surrounding Battery The aim of this event is to provide young Swiss researchers, active in the field of battery materials research and cell manufacturing, a platform to present their results and to connect to renowned battery researchers from the surrounding countries. The event offers a unique opportunity to strengthen and expand the network among and to the Swiss battery community. The scope of the event ranges from the synthesis and characterization of battery materials to their integration into electrodes and cells, including topics related to cell manufacturing. August 28 is reserved for talks concerning the European battery agenda and aspects of industrial cell manufacturing at scale.
Dübendorf, Swiss, August 26-28, 2019