IMLB 2018

Technical Program

June 17 (Sunday)

4:00:00 PM-6:00:00 PM Registration

6:00:00 PM-8:00:00 PM Reception (at the meeting site)

June 18 (Monday)

9:00:00 AM-9:30:00 AM Opening Ceremony

[Session 1: General 1]
9:30:00 AM-10:00:00 AM Plenary
Japan’s Policy of Promoting Next Generation Vehicle and Battery Technologies
Hiroshi Ishikawa, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan

10:00:00 AM-10:30:00 AM Plenary
Energy Transition and Electric Mobility: A Challenge for German Ecosystem between Science and Industry
Herbert Zeisel, German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany

10:30:00 AM-11:00:00 AM Coffee Break

[Session 2: General 2]
11:00:00 AM-11:30:00 AM Keynote
Electrification strategy of Nissan
Masaki Toriumi, Nissan Motor Corp., Japan

11:30:00 AM-12:00:00 PM Keynote
Multifunctional Materials: a Promising Approach for Improving the Durability and Performance of Li-Ion Batteries
Ion C. Halalay, General Motors Global Research & Development, USA

12:00:00 PM-12:30:00 PM Keynote
Next generation of automotive batteries - requirements and challenges
Peter Lamp, BMW, Germany

12:30:00 PM-1:50:00 PM Lunch

[Session 3: General 3]
1:50:00 PM-2:20:00 PM Plenary
Challenge the Limit of LIB and Beyond by Advanced Materials Design
Hyuk Chang, Samsung SDI, Korea

2:20:00 PM-2:45:00 PM Invited
Advanced Li-ion technologies and beyond
Patrick Bernard, SAFT Research, France

2:45:00 PM-3:10:00 PM Invited
Pathways and Progresses in High Energy Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
Jun Liu, Pacific Northwest National Lab., USA

3:10:00 PM-3:35:00 PM Invited
X-ray Analysis for Degradation Mechanism of Electrode Materials in Innovative Batteries
Hironori Kobayashi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

3:35:00 PM-4:05:00 PM Coffee Break

[Session4: Cell Performance 1]
4:05:00 PM-4:35:00 PM Keynote
Nanomaterials Design and Cryo-Electron Microscopy for Batteries
Yi Cui, Stanford University, USA

4:35:00 PM-5:00:00 PM Invited
Mechanistic observations from the aging of lithium-ion cells with layered-oxide positive electrodes
Daniel Abraham, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

5:00:00 PM-5:25:00 PM Invited
Enabling Competent Electrical Vehicles
Wenjuan Liu Mattis, Microvast, China

5:25:00 PM-5:50:00 PM Invited
Progress and Prospects of High Energy Density Materials for EV Lithium-Ion Batteries
Chengdu Liang, Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited, China

5:50:00 PM-6:15:00 PM Invited
New electrolytes for rechargeable multivalent metal-sulfur batteries
Maximilian Fichtner, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany

6:15:00 PM-6:30:00 PM Break

6:30:00 PM-8:30:00 PM Poster Session I

June 19 (Tuesday)

[Session 5: Novel Analytical Method 1]
9:00:00 AM-9:30:00 AM Plenary
New approaches for studying structure and dynamics in electrodes for lithium and beyond lithium batteries
Clare Grey, Cambridge University, UK

9:30:00 AM-10:00:00 AM Keynote
Operando Characterization of Interfaces in Batteries
Petr Novak, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

10:00:00 AM-10:25:00 AM Invited
Lithium analysis of electrode materials of Li-ion batteries using analytical electron microscope
Noboru Taguchi, AIST, Japan

10:25:00 AM-10:55:00 AM Coffee Break

[Session 6: Novel Analytical Method 2]
10:55:00 AM-11:25:00 AM Keynote
Lithium ion battery degradation mechanisms studied by on-line mass spectrometry, impedance, and operando optical emission spectroscopy
Hubert A. Gasteiger, Technical University of Munich, Germany

11:25:00 AM-11:50:00 AM Invited
The Challenge to Stabilize Interfaces and Interphases in Lithium and Sodium Batteries
Kristina Edstrom, Uppsala University, Sweden

11:50:00 AM-12:15:00 PM Invited
Toward Understanding the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface in Li-Ion Batteries
Yang Shao Horn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

12:15:00 PM-1:45:00 PM Lunch

[Session 7: Novel Analytical Method 3]
1:45:00 PM-2:15:00 PM Keynote
Role of Strain and Defects in Anion Redox Electrochemistry
Shirley Meng, University of California at San Diego, USA

2:15:00 PM-2:40:00 PM Invited
From Lithium Metal to High Energy Batteries
Adam S. Best, CSIRO, Australia

2:40:00 PM-3:05:00 PM Invited
New batteries demand new electrolyte concepts?!
Patrik Johannson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

3:05:00 PM-3:30:00 PM Invited
Effect of electrolyte composition on the Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) and electrochemical cycling of lithium metal anodes
Brett L. Lucht, University of Rhode Island, USA

3:30:00 PM-4:00:00 PM Coffee Break

[Session 8: Electrolyte]
4:00:00 PM-4:30:00 PM Keynote
Rechargeable Li Bateries for Electro-Mobility, What is Really Relevant?
Doron Aurbach, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

4:30:00 PM-4:55:00 PM Invited
Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes for High-Energy Batteries
Stefano Passerini, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

4:55:00 PM-5:20:00 PM Invited
Specific Transport Properties and Electrochemical Reaction in Solvate Ionic Liquids and Molten Solvates
Masayoshi Watanabe, Yokohama National University, Japan

5:20:00 PM-5:45:00 PM Invited
Forming Interphases: From Non-aqueous, Aqueous to Hybrid Electrolytes
Kang Xu, Army Research Lab., USA

5:45:00 PM-6:10:00 PM Invited
Fire-extinguishing organic electrolytes for safe batteries
Atsuo Yamada, University of Tokyo, Japan

6:10:00 PM-6:30:00 PM Break

6:30:00 PM-8:30:00 PM Poster Session II

June 20 (Wednesday)

[Session 9: Cathode 1]
9:00:00 AM-9:30:00 AM Plenary
Transforming new concepts into real‐world batteries: A complex journey
Jean-Marie Tarascon, Collége de France, France

9:30:00 AM-10:00:00 AM Keynote
Pushing the Limit of Layered Transition Metal Oxide Cathodes High-Energy Density Rechargeable Li Ion Batteries
Yang-Kook Sun, Hanyang University, Korea

10:00:00 AM-10:25:00 AM Invited
Anion Redox Reactions in Layered Oxides and Sulfides: Structural Effects
Claude Delmas, ICMCB-CNRS, France

10:25:00 AM-10:55:00 AM Coffee Break

[Session 10: Cathode 2]
10:55:00 AM-11:25:00 AM Keynote
Progress in Disordered Rocksalt Cathode Materials
Gerbrand Ceder, University of California, Berkeley, USA

11:25:00 AM-11:50:00 AM Invited
The Reversibility of Anionic Redox
Marie-Liesse Doublet, Université de Montpellier, France

11:50:00 AM-12:15:00 PM Invited
Anionic and Cationic Redox Reaction for Rechargeable Li/Na Batteries
Naoaki Yabuuchi, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

12:15:00 PM-1:45:00 PM Lunch

[Session 11: Cathode 3]
1:45:00 PM-2:15:00 PM Keynote
Some strategies to stabilize the nickel-rich cathode with high capacity
Yong Yang, Xiamen University, China

2:15:00 PM-2:40:00 PM Invited
Cathode active materials for lithium-ion batteries in automotive application
Pascal Hartmann, BASF SE, Germany

2:40:00 PM-3:05:00 PM Invited
Exploiting the bio-derivative organic materials for rechargeable batteries
Kisuk Kang, Seoul National University, Korea

3:05:00 PM-3:30:00 PM Invited
New Polyanionic and Oxide Materials for High-Performance Lithium-Ion Batteries
Laurence Croguennec, University of Bordeaux, France

3:30:00 PM-4:00:00 PM Coffee Break

[Session 12: Anode and Lithium Metal Batteries 1]
4:00:00 PM-4:30:00 PM Keynote
Advanced lithium ion and Beyond "Lithium Selenium Sulfur & Lithium Superoxide close system"
Khalil Amine, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

4:30:00 PM-5:00:00 PM Keynote
Lithium Metal as Key Material for Future High Energy Density Batteries: Pre-Lithiation of Li Ion Battery Materials and Rechargeable Lithium Metal/Polymer Electrolyte Concepts
Martin Winter, University of Muenster, Germany

5:00:00 PM-5:25:00 PM Invited
Advanced Binder Designs for High Capacity Electrode Materials
Jang-Wook Choi, Seoul National University, Korea

5:25:00 PM-5:50:00 PM Invited
Engineering Electrode and Electrolytes Enhances Lithium Cycling Efficiency
Bing Joe Hwang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

5:50:00 PM-6:15:00 PM Invited
Exceptionally high Li storage of nanostructured materials for next generation Li batteries
Won-Sub Yoon, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

6:15:00 PM-7:00:00 PM Break

7:00:00 PM-9:00:00 PM Banquet (at Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto)

June 21 (Thursday)

[Session 13: All Solid-State Batteries 1]
9:00:00 AM-9:30:00 AM Plenary
Solid Electrolytes and the Development of All-Solid State Batteries
Juergen Janek, University of Giessen, Germany

9:30:00 AM-10:00:00 AM Keynote
High energy density lithium batteries using solid electrolyte interface engineering
Hong Li, Institute of Physics, CAS, China

10:00:00 AM-10:25:00 AM Invited
Electrochemomechanical Failure in Active Materials and Solid Electrolytes
Yet-Ming Chiang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

10:25:00 AM-10:55:00 AM Coffee Break

[Session 14: All Solid-State Batteries 2]
10:55:00 AM-11:25:00 AM Keynote
Li-ion and Na-ion Solid State Electrolytes and Their Implementation in Solid State Batteries
Linda F. Nazar, University of Waterloo, Canada

11:25:00 AM-11:50:00 AM Invited
Glass-Ceramic Solid Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Rechargeable Batteries
Akitoshi Hayashi, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

11:50:00 AM-12:15:00 PM Invited
All-solid-state battery - Developments of the electrolytes
Ryoji Kanno, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

12:15:00 PM-1:45:00 PM Lunch

[Session 15: All Solid-State Batteries 3 and Cell Performance 2]
1:45:00 PM-2:10:00 PM Invited
Strategies for solid electrolyte and electrode/electrolyte interface in solid-state Li-battery
Xingjiang Liu, Tianjin institute of Power Sources, China

2:10:00 PM-2:35:00 PM Invited
Ionogel-based solid state rechargeable devices
Dominique Guyomard, CNRS-IMN, France

2:35:00 PM-3:05:00 PM Keynote
What happens to the electrolyte in a lithium-ion cell as the cell ages?
Jeff Dahn, Dalhousie University, Canada

3:05:00 PM-3:30:00 PM Invited
Are Single Crystalline Ni-rich cathodes with full capacity utilization possible?
Jaephil Cho, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

3:30:00 PM-4:00:00 PM Coffee Break

[Session 16: Anode and Lithium Metal Batteries 2]
4:00:00 PM-4:30:00 PM Keynote
The Rechargeable Aprotic Li and Na-O2 Batteries
Peter Bruce, University of Oxford, UK

4:30:00 PM-4:55:00 PM Invited
Solid State Lithium Batteries: Past, Present and Future
Karim Zaghib, IREQ, Canada

4:55:00 PM-5:20:00 PM Invited
Lithium plating - a critical side reaction in lithium ion cells
Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, ZSW, Germany

5:20:00 PM-5:45:00 PM Invited
Suppressing Li Dendrite Formation with Soft Coatings on Li-Ion Battery Anodes
Nae-Lih Wu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

5:45:00 PM-6:10:00 PM Invited
Electrolyte Structure-Function Relationship and Solvent-Dictated Reaction Mechanisms in Li-S and Li-O2 Batteries
Yi-Chun Lu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

6:10:00 PM-6:30:00 PM Break

6:30:00 PM-8:30:00 PM Poster Session III

June 22 (Friday)

[Session 17: Beyond Lithium-ion Batteries]
9:00:00 AM-9:30:00 AM Keynote
Rate determining factors of lithium-ion batteries
Takeshi Abe, Kyoto University, Japan

9:30:00 AM-9:55:00 AM Invited
Positive Electrode Materials for 4-Volt K-Ion Batteries
Shinichi Komaba, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

9:55:00 AM-10:20:00 AM Invited
Vanadium-containing phosphates and fluorophosphates for Na batteries
Christian Masquelier, University of Picardie, France

10:20:00 AM-10:50:00 AM Coffee Break

10:50:00 AM-11:15:00 AM Invited
On the quest for Ca battery cathodes: the beauty and the beast
M Rosa Palacin, Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona, Spain

11:15:00 AM-11:40:00 AM Invited
Printable Electrolytes: A New Route toward All-Solid-State Batteries
Sang-Young Lee, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

11:40:00 AM-12:00:00 PM Closing Ceremony
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