European perspectives on batteries of the future

On 25- 26 May 2020, around 750 participants participated in the web-based conference "European perspectives on batteries of the future". 
The aim of the conference was to discuss the latest research in Europe concerning the newly launched BATTERY 2030+ roadmap.

Here you can watch video- recordings of the event.

Session 1

00:00

Welcome
Prof. Maximilian Fichtner, CELEST and partner in BATTERY 2030+

00:03:37

The BATTERY 2030+ initiative and roadmap
Prof. Kristina Edström, Uppsala University, Coordinator of BATTERY 2030+

00:24:40

AI-accelerated discovery of battery materials and interfaces
T. Vegge; DTU

00:44:20

Computational screening of Li and Na fast ion conductors
J. Carrasco; CIC

01:05:00

In Silico Molecular Engineering of Organic Battery Materials
C.M. Araujo; Uppsala University

01:24:45

Autonomous feedback loops in experimental electrochemistry via integration of automation and data science
H: Stein; KIT/HIU

Session 2

00:00

Accelerated, HTS-based design and development of advanced functional electrolytes for lithium battery applications
I. Cekic-Laskovica; MEET

00:19:15

The role of interface in stabilizing reaction intermediates for hydrogen evolution and SEI formation in aprotic electrolyte
I.Castelli; DTU

00:39:02

Interface stability in all-solid-state batteries
C. Battaglia; EMPA

01:00:02

Operando synchrotron experiments and porous-electrode modelling: a combined approach
M. Chandesris / S. Lyonnard; CEA/CNRS

01:19:58 

Operando Observation of Double Layer Charging and Early Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation in Li-Ion Battery Electrolytes
E. Berg; Uppsala University

01:39:55

Conclusion and thank you for this afternoon
Prof. Kristina Edström, Uppsala University, Coordinator of BATTERY 2030+
Prof. Maximilian Fichtner, CELEST and partner in BATTERY 2030+

Session 3

00:00

Welcome back and reflections from yesterday meeting
Prof. Kristina Edström, Uppsala University, Coordinator of BATTERY 2030+
Prof. Maximilian Fichtner, CELEST and partner in BATTERY 2030+

00:03:05

Towards delivering the 3b-generation of LNMO Cells for the xEV market of 2025 and beyond
M. Jahn; Austrian Inst. Technology

00:23:30

Battery design and manufacturing optimisation through multiphysics modelling (DEFACTO)
E. Ayerbe; CIDETEC

00:44:15

Model-based design of sustainable post-Li-ion batteries
S. Clark; SINTEF

00:53:45

State of Health Identification of Lithium-ion Battery by Advanced Instantaneous EIS
X. Zhu; VUB

Session 4

00:00

Life cycle sustainability analysis of present and future battery systems
M. Weil; KIT/HIU

00:19:16

Conceptual membranes enabling sensing and self-healing for upcoming battery applications
J.M. Tarascon; CdF/LAMBE/RS2E

00:38:40

Spatially Resolved Acoustic, Mechanical and Ultrasonic Sensing for Smart Batteries
H. Lorrmann; FhG

00:58:52

Autonomous Polymer based Self-Healing Components for high performant Li-Ion Batteries
M. Berecibar; VUB

01:19:57

Conclusions and thank you
Prof. Kristina Edström, Uppsala University, Coordinator of BATTERY 2030+
Prof. Maximilian Fichtner, CELEST and partner in BATTERY 2030+