Kraftwerk Batterie 2018

10. April 2018

09:00  -  10:00



10:00  -  10:10

Prof. Dr. Martin Winter
Batterieforschungszentrum MEET, WWU Münster



10:10  -  10:30

Dr. Peter Schroth
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

Prof. Dr. Werner Klaffke
Haus der Technik

Plenarvortrag 1


10:30  -  11:15

The Faraday Challenge – The UK’s joined-up approach to battery research and industrialisation
Prof. David Greenwood
University of Warwick (UK)

Plenarvortrag 2


11:15  -  11:45

The rechargeable battery market worldwide and the main trends 2017 – 2025
Christophe Pillot
Avicenne Energy

Plenarvortrag 3


11:45  -  12:15

The evolution of an excellent production site towards e-mobility and e-powered driving pleasure
Dr. Andreas Wendt
BMW Group

12:15  -  13:45

Posterübersicht (Präsentation der Poster mit geraden Nummern)

Parallelsession 1

Roter Saal / Kongress-Saal / Weißer Saal

13:45  -  15:30

Session 1A: Lithium-ion cells: materials and improvements on properties
Veranstaltungsort: Roter Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens · Prof. Dr. Kristina Edström

13:45Detection of lithium plating with different methodsProf. Dr.-Ing. Julia KowalTU Berlin
14:10Silicon anode research: From a high capacity electrode to a high energy density full cellMarkus PiwkoFraunhofer Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS Dresden
14:30Indicators for safety in Second-Life Applications of Li-ion cellsDr.rer.nat. Thomas WaldmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
14:50Studying the internal inhomogeneous aging behavior inside commercial lithium ion batteriesVenkat Nehru BandlaIFPEN
15:10Irreversible calendaric aging and quantification of the reversible capacity loss caused by anode overhangMeinert LewerenzRWTH Aachen University



Session 1B: Beyond and beside lithium-ion technology
Veranstaltungsort: Kongress-Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Stefano Passerini

13:45Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Impact of new electrolytes on pouch cell performanceDr. Holger AlthuesFraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS)
14:10Investigation of Liquid Solid Electrolyte Interphase Precursors on Lithium Metal AnodesMarkus Sebastian DingKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
14:30Lithium surface modification: improving the cycling performances of lithium-metal anodesDr. Marian Cristian StanWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität
14:503D-structured Lithium anodes for Li/S batteriesDr. Martin OpitzForschungsinstitut Edelmetalle und Metallchemie (FEM)
15:10Magnesium/Sulfur Batteries - The Differences between Mg and Li Polysulfide ChemistriesGeorg BiekerUniversity of Münster



Session 1C: Battery systems
Veranstaltungsort: Weißer Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Falko Schappacher · Dr. Volker Hennige

13:45Parameter estimation for the single particle model of a lithium-ion batteryProfessor David HoweyUniversity of Oxford
14:10Safety testing of lithium ion traction batteries: identifying gaps and shortcomingsDr. Vanesa Ruiz RuizJoint Research Centre
14:30Identification and Differentiation of Ageing Processes in Lithium-Ion Batteries using Nonlinear Battery DynamicsNina HartingTechnische Universität Braunschweig
14:50Comparative study of self-adaptive Li-ion battery ageing modelsMattin LucuIK4-Ikerlan Technology Research Centre
15:10An Electro-Thermal Aging Model for Prediction and Improvement of Battery LifetimeSara MohajerRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH

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15:30  -  16:15

Posterübersicht (Präsentation der Poster mit geraden Nummern)

Parallelsession 2

Roter Saal / Kongress-Saal / Weißer Saal

16:15  -  18:00

Session 2A: Lithium-ion cells: materials and improvements on properties
Veranstaltungsort: Roter Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Arno Kwade · Dr. Peter Weirich

16:15Super high ionic conductivity electrolyte for lithium ion batteryDr. Naoki MatsuokaAsahi Kasei Corporation
16:40Detailed investigation of the passivation layer in Lithium Rich Cathode Materials by XPSMaral HekmatfarHelmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
17:00Cycle Stability of Lithium Ion Battery Full Cells with Silicon Alloy Anodes – Implications on Driving Range, Costs and Business Models of Electric VehiclesProf. Dr. Egbert FiggemeierForschungszentrum Jülich
17:20Fast charging effects on lithium-ion battery cells of PHEV-typeDr. Pontus SvensScania CV AB
17:40On the reversible homogenization effect in high energy lithium-ion batteries caused by the graphite anodeFriedrich HustRWTH Aachen



Session 2B: Beyond and beside lithium-ion technology
Veranstaltungsort: Kongress-Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Janek · Prof. Dr. Petr Novák

16:15Nonlinear Conductivity of Electrolytes – A New Optimization Parameter?Dr. Diddo DiddensHelmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS), Forschungszentrum Jülich
16:40Ionic Liquid based Electrolyte Systems for Zinc-Air BatteriesDr. Svetlana CaduIOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH
17:00Development of an All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Based on a Sulfidic ElectrolyteMarlou KellerHelmholtz Institut Ulm (HIU), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
17:20Sustainability Assessment of Future Battery TechnologiesDr. Helena BergAB Libergreen
17:40Ultracapacitors with improved energy storage: Progress and ApplicationsDr. Sebastian PohlmannSkeleton Technologies GmbH



Session 2C: Battery systems
Veranstaltungsort: Weißer Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Christian Hille

16:15Aging effects of alternating current harmonics on lithium ion cellsAlexander BessmanKTH
16:40Inhomogeneities in lithium-ion battery modules: A physicochemical model based analysis of influencing factors on module performance and efficiencyKatharina RumpfTechnische Universität München
17:00Adaptive and Predictive Battery Management SystemVishwasri RamakaAVL Deutschland GmbH
17:20Online state of health estimation for Lithium ion batteries with incremental capacity (IC) methodMrs. Yi LiVrije Universiteit Brussel
17:40Electrochemical Control for Lithium-Ion Battery Health-Aware Fast ChargingDr. Changfu ZouChalmers University of Technology

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Der Überblick bietet Ihnen Sortier- und Druckfunktionen


Jovel Music Hall - Albersloher Weg 54, 48155 Münster

19:00  -  22:00

Der Posterpreis ist eines der traditionellen Highlights der Batterietagung. Er wird alljährlich vom Haus der Technik für die drei besten wissenschaftlichen Poster gestiftet.

11. April 2018

Plenarvortrag 4


09:00  -  9:45

Can Multi-Electron Intercalation Reactions be the Basis of Next Generation Batteries?
Prof. Dr. Stanley Whittingham
State University of New York at Binghamton

Plenarvortrag 5


09:45  -  10:15

Project Fab4Lib – first step for the mass production of Lithium Ion Cells in Germany
Dr. Ulrich Ehmes
TerraE Holding GmbH

Plenarvortrag 6


10:15  -  10:45

Future Development of the Asian Electric Vehicle Battery Market and Related Technologies
Dr. Mark Lu
Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEKC)

Plenarvortrag 7


10:45  -  11:30

Dendrite prevention strategies in Li metal anodes: A mathematical perspective
Dr. Venkat Srinivasan
Argonne National Laboratory

11:30  -  12:45

Posterübersicht (Präsentation der Poster mit ungeraden Nummern)

Parallelsession 3

Roter Saal / Kongress-Saal / Weißer Saal

12:45  -  14:30

Session 3A: Lithium-ion cells: materials and improvements on properties
Veranstaltungsort: Roter Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Jens Tübke

12:45Silicon as a capacity enhancing additive in graphite electrodesDr. Fabian JeschullPaul-Scherrer Institut
13:10Towards the realization of sustainable high-energy Li-ion cathodesDr. Dominic BresserKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
13:30Capacity Fade in Lithium-Ion Batteries at Cyclic Aging inbetween various SOC RangesSophia GantenbeinKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
13:50Anodic behavior of the Aluminum Current Collector in Imide-based ElectrolytesDr. Paul MeisterForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
14:10An experimental study on the influence of formation parameters on the SEI film formationChristian PeterFraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme IKTS



Session 3B: Automotive and mobile applications / Batteries for 12V and 48V power systems
Veranstaltungsort: Kongress-Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Schweiger

12:45Teaching ElectrochemistryProf. Dr.-Ing. Tilman SandersFH Münster University of Applied Sciences
13:10Effects of temperature and temperature distribution on lithium-ion battery ageingAbdilbari Shifa MussaKTH The Royal Institute of Technology
13:30Aging Comparison of 12V Start-Stop Batteries of Varying Chemistry and TypePhillip KollmeyerMcMaster University
13:50Thermal Run-away in Lithium-Ion Batteries: Standardisation and Homologation AspectsDr. Alexander BörgerVolkswagen AG
14:10Functional Safety and Availability of 48V batteries – competing requirements?Sven BergmannRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH



Session 3C: Battery systems
Veranstaltungsort: Weißer Saal
Sessionleiter: Armin Warm · Horst Mettlach

12:45High Precision Coulometry as a method for advanced quality and aging assessment of Li-ion batteriesDr. Peter KeilTechnical University of Munich
13:10Li-Ion Battery Failures: HF Concentration MeasurementDipl.-Ing. Christiane EsslKompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
13:30Risk of Vibrations and Resonances for Lithium-Ion Batteries - A new experimental and simulative analyzing methodPhilipp BergTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
13:50Safety and ageing of a commercial Li-ion batteryDr. Ing. Preben J. S. VieInstitute for Energy Technology
14:10A Comparison between Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Incremental Capacity-Differential Voltage as Li-ion Diagnostic Techniques to Identify and Quantify Degradation ModesMr. Carlos Pastor-FernándezWMG - The University of Warwick

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14:30  -  15:15

Posterübersicht (Präsentation der Poster mit ungeraden Nummern)

Parallelsession 4

Roter Saal / Kongress-Saal / Weißer Saal

15:15  -  16:40

Session 4A: Lithium-ion cells – materials and improvements on properties
Veranstaltungsort: Roter Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Gerhard Hörpel · Prof. Dr. Peter Birke

15:15High capacity 3D solid state batteries: a disruptive next-generation technologyPhD Michal TulodzieckiTNO
15:403D Porous Cu–Zn Alloys as Alternative Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries with Superior Low T PerformanceDr. Alberto VarziKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
16:00A new low viscosity binder system for aqueous processing of ultra-thick Li ion battery cathodesLukas IbingUniversity of Muenster
16:20Low-flammable electrolytes with Fluoroethylene carbonate based mixtures and LiTFSI for safer Li-ion batteriesZhengqi WangKarlsruher Institut für Technologie



Session 4B: Production and recycling of battery systems and cells
Veranstaltungsort: Kongress-Saal
Sessionleiter: Dr. Eberhard Meissner

15:15Lean-Clean-Green and Fast: Requirements for cost effective Li-Ion Battery FactoriesDr. Klaus EberhardtM+W Group gmbH
15:40Production technologies for oxide-based all-solid-state batteriesJoscha SchnellTU München
16:00Recycling of Li-ionen batteries – the shockwave methodDr.-Ing. Jörg ZimmermannFraunhofer-Projektgruppe für Wertstoffkreisläufe und Ressourcenstrategie
16:20Composition, manufacturing process and operating parameters of blend cathodes for Li-ion batteriesDr. Alice HoffmannZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg



Session 4C: Stationary battery systems
Veranstaltungsort: Weißer Saal
Sessionleiter: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Jossen · Dr. Alexander Warnecke

15:15Optimization potentials of isolated grids (brownfield)Dr. Susanne LehnerMAN Diesel & Turbo SE
15:40Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Model for Operation Strategy OptimizationBjörn KleinsteinbergISEA RWTH Aachen
16:00Passive hybridization of lithium-ion battery cells with a photovoltaic moduleProf. Dr. Wolfgang BesslerHochschule Offenburg
16:20Reconfigurable Array of Inexpensive Batteries Architecture (RAIBA)Dr. Shou-Hung Welkin LingIndustrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

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16:40  -  17:00

Führung durch das MEET

MEET Batterieforschungszentrum

17:45  -  18:45

Führung durch das MEET – exklusiv für Teilnehmer


Start der Führung: 17:45 Uhr im Foyer des MEET
Abfahrt: 17:15 Uhr, Bushaltestelle vor der Halle Münsterland
Ende der Führung: ca. 18:45 Uhr; Rückfahrt zur Halle Münsterland möglich

Das MEET Batterieforschungszentrum bietet den Teilnehmern des Batterietags NRW sowie der Konferenz Kraftwerk Batterie an, das Institut im Anschluss der jeweiligen Veranstaltung zu besuchen. Die Fahrt zum MEET wird mit Sonderbussen organisiert. An den Führungen können jeweils bis zu 45 Personen teilnehmen.

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