CIC energiGUNE
Asteartea, 2019 Uztaila 02
REGISTRATION
  1. 15,00 - 15,30
WELCOME ACT
  1. 15,30 - 15,45
SESSION 1: OPENING SESSION
  1. 15,45 - 16,20
    Michel Armand
    Towards solid-state batteries
  2. 16,20 - 16,45
    Belén Linares
    Storage as a Business
  3. 16,45 - 17,10
    Xiang Hong
    Lithium Metal Batteries - Some Industrial Points of View.
  4. 17,10 - 17,35
    Rongying Lin
    Development of ionic liquids and electrolytes for next generation energy storage devices.
  5. 17,35 - 18,00
    Javier Olarte
    SOH Diagnosis of Advanced Lead Batteries in Substations based on Impedance Test and Predictive Models.
SESSION 2: SOLID ELECTROLYTES
  1. 09,00 - 09,35
    Steven Visco
    Glass Protected Lithium Electrodes for Next Generation Batteries
  2. 09,35 - 10,10
    Petr Novák
    Modern Analytical Tools to Study Interfaces and Interphases in Lithium-Ion Batteries
  3. 10,10 - 10,25
    Pedro López Aranguren
    High-Energy Density Li-Metal Solid State Batteries with Poly(ethylene oxide)-based composite electrolytes.
  4. 10,25 - 10,40
    Iñaki Medinabeitia
    High-voltage LiNi Mn O thin film cathode for Lithium-ion microbatteries.
  5. 10,40 - 11,05
    Coffee break
SESSION 3: SURFACE/INTERFACE
  1. 11,05 - 11,30
    Laurence Hardwick
    SHINing Light on Electrode Interfaces
  2. 11,30 - 11,45
    Oleksandr Bondarchuk
    Long electrostatic forces in concentrated electrolytes - can X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy solve the puzzle?
  3. 11,45 - 12,00
    Ane Etxeberria
    On the way to elucidate reaction mechanisms that involve metallic lithium and atmospheric gases using In Situ Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy.
  4. 12,00 - 12,15
    Maider Zarrabeitia
    Toward stable electrode/electrolyte interphase by ionic liquid of P2-layered oxide for Na-ion batteries.
  5. 12,15 - 13,15
    Lunch
SESSION 4: NEGATIVES/POSITIVES
  1. 13,15 - 13,40
    Sinichi Komaba
    On the materials for potassium-ion batteries
  2. 13,40 - 14,05
    Peter Axmann
    Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries with Cobalt Free Cathode Materials
  3. 14,05 - 14,20
    Marilena Mancini
    Spheroidization of graphite: effects on physical and electrochemical properties for Li-ion battery applications.
  4. 14,20 - 14,35
    Damien Saurel
    A SAXS outlook on disordered carbonaceous materials for electrochemical energy storage.
  5. 14,35 - 14,50
    Iratxe de Meatza
    Challenges in water-based electrode manufacturing with advanced Li-ion battery materials.
  6. 14,50 - 15,05
    Dries De Sloovere
    Zirconium substitution as a strategy for increasing the electrochemical stability of bulk Na Ti O as sodium-ion battery negative electrode.
  7. 15,05 - 15,30
    Coffee break
SESSION 5: M-AIR/REDOX FLOW
  1. 15,30 - 15,55
    Cristina Pozo
    Carbon-based materials for air cathodes in Na-O batteries
  2. 15,55 - 16,10
    Marina Enterría
    A biomolecule-assisted electrochemical exfoliation approach to graphene for Na-O battery air cathodes.
  3. 16,10 - 16,25
    Teresa Páez
    Mediated Alkaline Flow Batteries: Bridging flow and static battery concepts
  4. 16,25 - 16,40
    Edgar Ventosa
    Injectable batteries based on semi-solid electrodes: a concept for increased sustainability.
  5. 16,40 - 16,55
    Daniel González
    High Volumetric energy density Zn-air batteries.
  6. 16,55 - 17,55
    Poster Session
  7. 19,30 - 21,28
    Pintxo Pote Tour
    (Main entrance of Silken Ciudad de Vitoria Hotel).
SESSION 6: POSITIVES
  1. 09,00 - 09,25
    Laurence Croguennec
    The Challenging Development of Na V (PO) F as Positive Electrode Material for Na-ion Batteries.
  2. 09,25 - 09,50
    Joel Gaubicher
    Electroactive organic materials for batteries and Li-ion capacitors.
  3. 09,50 - 10,05
    Alois Kuhn
    B-V O: a new cathode material for sodium-ion batteries.
  4. 10,05 - 10,20
    Victoria Bracamonte
    Synthesis and characterization of Li MnO F as cathodes for Li-ion batteries.
  5. 10,20 - 10,35
    Sorour Semsari Parapari
    Fluorinated canadium oxy-phosphate as cathode material of Li-Ion battery.
  6. 10,35 - 10,50
    Agnieszka Wizner
    Sodium and lithium metal nitridophosphates A M (PO) N as high-voltage positive electrode materials for Sodium-ion and Lithium-ion Batteries.
  7. 10,50 - 11,15
    Coffee break
SESSION 7: THEORY AND MODELLING
  1. 11,15 - 11,40
    Anton Van der Ven
    Comparing and contrasting electrodes for Li, Na K and Mg batteries from first principles.
  2. 11,40 - 12,05
    Tomaz Katrasnik
    Continuum Li-ion battery modelling - from basics to future needs.
  3. 12,05 - 12,20
    Joxemi Campillo
    Thermal modelling of a commercial tricycle battery-pack.
  4. 12,20 - 12,35
    Mattin Lucu
    Lithium-ion battery ageing models using Machine Learning methods: a nonparametric approach to learn from real-world operation data.
  5. 12,35 - 12,50
    Oier Arcelus
    Atomistic Insight into Glide-Driven Phase Transformations in Layered Oxides for Sodium-Ion Batteries: a case study of Na VO.
  6. 12,50 - 13,50
    Lunch
SESSION 8: POLYMER/GEL ELECTROLYTES
  1. 13,50 - 14,25
    John R. Owen
    Transport and transference in electrolytes and membranes for lithium-ion and lithium- metal batteries.
  2. 14,25 - 14,50
    Marc-David Braida
    SOLGAIN: an Hybrid Polymer Electrolyte System
  3. 14,50 - 15,15
    David Mecerreyes
    New iongels for all solid-state sodium rechargeable battery.
  4. 15,15 - 15,30
    Xabier Júdez
    Polymer-based electrolytes for all-solid-state Li-S batteries.
  5. 15,30 - 15,55
    Coffee break
SESSION 9: LI-S
  1. 15,55 - 16,20
    Susanne Döerfler
    Recent developments for Lithium-Sulfur prototype cells.
  2. 16,20 - 16,35
    Lukas Medenbach
    An Approach towards Sodium-Polysulfide Cell Systems: The Importance of avoiding sulfidic Precipitates.
  3. 16,35 - 16,50
    Juan Luis Gómez-Urbano
    High sulfur loading graphene composites as self-standing cathodes for advanced Li-S batteries.
  4. 16,50 - 17,05
    Francisco Fernández-Carretero
    Enhanced rGO cathodes for Li-S batteries by the introduction of buchypaper interlayer.
  5. 17,05 - 18,00
    Poster Session
  6. 20,30 - 23,00
    Official dinner: Olarizu Restaurant
    Beato Tomás de Zumárraga, 54, 01009 Vitoria-Gasteiz
SESSION 10: POSITIVES
  1. 09,00 - 09,35
    Claude Delmas
    Ordering - Disordering in alkali metal Layered Oxides
  2. 09,35 - 10,00
    Gwennaëlle Rousse
    Towards a better understanding of battery materials via structural studies.
  3. 10,00 - 10,15
    Jon Serrano-Sevillano
    XRD, NRM and DFT combination for complete structural characterization in Li-rich layered oxide.
  4. 10,15 - 10,30
    Fanglin Wu
    Improving Capacity and Voltage fading of Cobalt-free Lithium-rich Layered Cathode using Ionic-liquid Electrolytes.
  5. 10,30 - 10,45
    Débora Ruiz-Martínez
    A vat dye as a promising cathode material for low temperature sodium metal batteries using an uncommon inorganic electrolyte.
  6. 10,45 - 11,10
    Palani Balaya
    Developing novel layered oxides as cathode for sodium-ion battery.
  7. 11,10 - 11,35
    Coffee break
SESSION 11: SUPERCAPACITORS
  1. 11,35 - 12,10
    John R. Miller
    Large State-of-the-art Electrochemical capacitor performance comparisons
  2. 12,10 - 12,35
    Rebeca Marcilla
    Multifunctional Supercapacitor & Batteries: from flexible to structural devices.
  3. 12,35 - 12,50
    Tandra Panja
    A robust NiCo O/superactivated carbon aqueous supercapacitor with high power density and stable cyclability.
  4. 12,50 - 13,05
    Iñigo Gandiaga
    EDLC Lifetime Holistic Estimation for Heavy-Duty Applications
  5. 13,05 - 13,20
    Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharjya
    Enhancing the performance of EDLC pouch cell via modification in electrode component and fabrication
  6. 13,20 - 13,35
    Eider Goikolea
    Sodium ion capacitors: towards the optimal negative electrode.
  7. 13,35 - 14,00
    Poster Award Ceremony & Closing