TechConnect World 2019

Energy Storage

Energy Storage

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Symposium Chair

Imre GyukImre Gyuk
Director, Office of Electricity
U.S. Department of Energy

Key Speakers

Yet-Ming ChiangGetting from Here to There: Energy Storage to Enable Carbon-Free Electricity at Scale
Yet-Ming Chiang
Professor, MIT, Founder, Form Energy

Esther TakeuchiEnergy Storage Materials: Approaches Based on Sustainability
Esther Takeuchi
Distinguished Professor, Stony Brook University

Vincent ChevrierThe effect of CO2 on Si cycling and its consequences on cell design in Li-ion cells.
Vincent Chevrier
Research Specialist, 3M

Valerio De AngelisThe role of storage in replenishing energy supply on a human time scale: potential and challenges
Valerio De Angelis
Vice President, Urban Electric Power


Symposium Sessions

Monday June 17

10:30Energy Storage Keynotes
1:30Energy Storage Printing and Fabrication

Tuesday June 18

10:30Li & Na Battery Materials
1:30Energy Storage Innovation
4:00Energy Storage I: Posters

Wednesday June 19

10:30Capacitor Materials
1:30Energy Storage Implementation
4:00Energy Storage II: Posters

Symposium Program

Monday June 17

10:30Energy Storage Keynotes
Energy Storage, Current Implementation and Future Innovation
I. Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
The effect of CO2 on Si cycling and its consequences on cell design in Li-ion cells
V. Chevrier, 3M, US
Getting from Here to There: Energy Storage to Enable Carbon-Free Electricity at Scale
Y-M. Chiang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Energy Storage Materials: Approaches Based on Sustainability
E. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, Stony Brook University, US
The role of storage in replenishing energy supply on a human time scale: potential and challenges
V. De Angelis, Urban Electric Power, US
1:30Energy Storage Printing and Fabrication
3D Printed High Performance Lithium Metal Microbatteries Enabled by Nanocellulose
H. Zhu, Northeastern University, US
Lightweight, Fabric-Based Charge Storage Devices for Wearable Electrionics
T.L. Andrew, L. Zhang, W. Viola, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US
Polymer-Triggered Synthesis Process is Remedying Nanocrystalline Metal Anode for All Li-Ion Types Energy Storages in Expeditious, Scalable and Inexpensive Way.
J.H. Won, J.K. Kang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KR
Controlling NMC Particles by Selecting Co-Precipitation Technique
J.L. Durham, O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, A.L. Lipson, S. Aryal, K.Z. Pupek, Argonne National Laboratory, US

Tuesday June 18

10:30Li & Na Battery Materials
Electrode materials for sodium ion storage
X.S. Zhao, The University of Queensland, AU
Regulating the Electrode Structure and Interface for Sodium Metal Batteries with Superior Electrochemical Stability
W. Li, Dartmouth College, US
Design of nano-structured cathode materials for Li-ion battery applications
D. Murukanahally Kempaiah, E. Hilder, I. Honma, University of South Australia, AU
Composite Electrode for High Performance Ultracapacitors and Batteries
N. Brambilla, J. Cooley, Nanoramic Laboratories, US
Nanostructured Manganese Oxides for Energy Storage
K.J. Takeuchi, E.S. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, Stony Brook University, US
1:30Energy Storage Innovation
Exploiting self-heating of batteries to heal lithium dendrites
N. Koratkar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
Enabling Operation of Lithium-Oxygen Batteries with Long Cycle Life in a Realistic Air Atmosphere
A. Salehi-Khojin, University of Illinois at Chicago, US
Thin-sheet immobilized alkaline membrane separator for electrochemical applications
W. Liu, Molecule Works Inc., US
Reducing Interfacial Resistance in Hybrid Ceramic/Polymer Solid Electrolytes
S.L. Wunder, M.J. Zdilla, Temple University, US
In-situ and Operando Characterization Approaches for Understanding Battery Function
A.C. Marschilok, E.S. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University, US
HE3DA Thick Eelectrode Platform for 48V Starting Battery
J. Prochazka, M. Zukalova, HE3DA s.r.o., CZ
Rotating Spiral Channel Membrane-Free Flow Batteries
J.M. MacInnes, University of Sheffield, UK
4:00Energy Storage I: Posters
A vertical solution using grid-connected hot water heaters to provide highly scalable demand response assets.
F. Frizzell, O. Lagon, N. Le, Shifted Energy Inc, US
3D Interconnected Binder-Free Electrospun MnO@C Nanofibers for Supercapacitor Devices
M. Ramadan, A.M. Abdellah, S.G. Mohamed, N.K. Allam, The American University in Cairo, EG
Unveiling the Effect of the Structure of Carbon Material on the Charge Storage Mechanism in MoS2-Based Supercapacitors
B.A. Ali, N.K. Allam, The American University in Cairo, EG
Fabrication of a Lower Weight, All 3D Printed Graphene Supercapacitor
Z. Yu, P. Sun, B. Zhu, A. Nair, S. Wu, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, US
Repurposing Used EV Batteries: Evaluation of Potential Life versus Cost
M. Starke, D. Spiers, B. Taube, Southern Research, US
Low cobalt nanofibers anode material coated with carbonaceous material for Li-ion battery application.
D. Darbar, I. Bhattacharya, Tennessee Tech University, US
Graphene and Carbon Nano Onion-based Nanomaterials for Supercapacitor Applications
J-J Shim, D. Mohapatra, G. Dhakal, O. Muhammad, Yeungnam University, KR
Highly active electrocatalysts in ORR and OER based on 2D transition metal dichalcogenides and ionic liquid
L. Majidi, University of Illinois at Chicago, US
Conductive fluoropolymer for cathode
H. Sun, University of South Dakota, US
Drawing of Piezoelectric Microstructured Fibers from Nanomaterial Preforms
X. Lu, H. Qu, M. Skorobogatiy, Polytechnique de Montréal, CA
Building Investor Confidence in Energy Storage through Comprehensive Testing and Evaluation
B. Taube, R. Johnson, A. McQuilling, P. Leufkens, C. Thompson, Southern Research, US
A Class of High-energy, Stable All-Solid-State Batteries for Vehicle Applications
J. Lin, C. Tan, D. Lin, C. Yi, K. Zanjani, T. Lin, Bioenno Tech, US
(1,3-Phenylenedisopropylidene ) polythiourea for high energy density capacitors
N. Thilakaratne, B. Subedi, Tulane University, US
Secondary battery package for use in a harsh environment such as a satellite and a vehicle
H.G. Jo, Andong National University, KR
Economic Long-duration Electricity Storage by Using Low-cost Thermal Energy Storage and High-efficiency Power Cycle
Z. Ma, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US

Wednesday June 19

10:30Capacitor Materials
Sol-gel synthesis of mesoporous MnTi- oxides for supercapacitors
J.D. Houck, V.S. Amar, A. Shende, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, US
Ca-SrCu2O2 electrode nanomaterial for High-Performance Supercapacitors
S.W. Joo, Yeungnam University, Korea, KR
Nanostructured spinel manganese cobalt ferrite for high-performance supercapacitors
N. Allam, The American University in Cairo, EG
Energy storage properties and temperature dielectric stability in dysprosium doped sodium bismuth titanate ceramics
M. Benyoussef, M. Zannen, J. Belhadi, B. Manoun, J.L. Dellis, M. El Marssi, A. Lahmar, Laboratory of physics of condensed matter - University of Picardie Jules Vernes, FR
Conducting Polymer-Intercalated Vanadate Nanofiber Composites for High Performance Pseudocapacitor Applications
S. Lee, C. Park, H. Ahn, Hanyang University, KR
Quasi-Electrostatic Simulation of Energy Density Limits and Variability in Nanoparticle (NP) Composite Materials
B. Costello, J. Davis, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
1:30Energy Storage Implementation
An Advanced Approach for Demand Charge Deduction in Behind-The-Meter Energy Management Systems
M. Motalleb, Q. Li, E. Reiter, E. Hung, J.W. Postal, NIKOLA POWER, US
Storage Synthesis of Power Systems via Dynamic Meta-Control Schema
W. Kohn, Z.B. Zabinsky, Y. Shen, Veritone Corp, US
Systematic Characterization and Evaluation of Grid-connected Flow Battery Systems
B. Taube, R. Johnson, P. Leufkens, A. McQuilling, B. Hamzavy, Southern Research, US
Metal hydride based thermal energy storage systems for solar driven plants
C. Corgnale, S. Sullivan, R. Zidan, P. Ward, M. Sulic, T. Motyka, Greenway Energy, US
Prototyping Nanostructured Materials for Industrial Energy Storage
H.A. Quazi, MARTECH International Inc., US
Toward A High Silicon Content Battery Anode Material
J. Schwartz, J. Anderson, Ecellix Inc, US
4:00Energy Storage II: Posters
P. Ignacio-de Leon, J. Spangenberger, L. Tang, D. Kang, E. Barry, J. Hryn, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Waste Tea Based Hard Carbon Anodes for Sodium Ion Battery
A.A. Arie, E. Demir, R. Demir-Cakan, Parahyangan Catholic University, ID
Lithium ion battery thick electrodes with unique highly dispersed PVDF and carbon black distribution
E. Memarzadeh Lotfabad, R. DasGupta, S. DasGupta, Electrovaya, CA
Feasibility study of a solar drying system with PCM for red pepper in the north of Tunisia
A. El Khadraoui, S. Bouadila, S. Kooli, A. Guizani, The Research and Technology Center for Energy, The Thermal Processes Laboratory, Borj Cedria, TN
A Matrix Based Solid State Transformer for a Hybrid Nanogrid
S.K. Panda, J. Saha, National University of Singapore, SG
In-situ formation of graphene stabilizes zero-valent copper nanoparticles and significantly enhances the efficiency of photocatalytic water splitting
M.M. Hasan, S.A. Tolba, N.K. Allam, The American University in Cairo, EG
Dielectric properties of SiO2/PMMA nanocomposites for energy storage
M. Jobin, hepia / HES-SO University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, CH
Action Plan for Electric Vehicles Charging Infrastructure in South Asia
A. Kalair, Q. Hassan, A.R. Kalair, N. Khan, Comsats University, PK
A concept study of MIBS hull form basis gas hydrates fuel supply system
H.J. Kang, H.J. Kang, KRISO(Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering), KR
The role of niobium in electrode materials for advanced lithium-ion batteries
F. Carneiro, R. Monteiro, CBMM North America, US
Flexible, Solid Electrolite, Li-ion Fiber Batteries for Wearable Applications and Compliant Energy Storage
X. Lu, H. Qu, M. Skorobogatiy, Polytechnique de Montréal, CA
Hybrid solid polymer ceramic electrolytes combining PEO-LiTFSI with TaLLZ
M. Wirtz, H. Tempel, H. Kungl, R.-A. Eichel, Forschungszentrum Juelich, DE
The mechanisms for enabling semi-solid interface of lithium ion battery by sticky separators
X. Su, W. Zuo, Z. Le, Z. Ma, A. Millonig, A. Parmar, E. Jackson, X. Wang, Z. Yu, J. Jeon, J. Wang, D. Johnson, A123systems, US

Energy storage continues to be one of the most important, and active, areas of research and investment. You are invited to submit abstracts describing new materials and device development, and also describing the path to commercialization of novel energy storage systems.

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Nanostructured & Advanced Materials for Storage & Generation
  • Li & Na Battery Innovations
  • Flow Batteries
  • Supercapacitors
  • Novel Storage Technologies & Applications
  • Energy Storage Implementation
  • Other
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