Posterexhibition 2018

High end performance of science, development and practice

Batteries are part of the modern life almost like daily nutrition. Communication, mobility, renewable energies, smart grids – there are new battery applications found almost every day. As vivid as that are research and development in companies and universities. The posterexhibition is the best place for young scientists and experienced engineers and practitioners to present and discuss their findings.


All posters with even numbers are presented by their authors in the poster session at the first conference day on April 10, 2018.
All posters with uneven numbers will be presented on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Important note for poster authors:

Please bring your poster in english language printed as DIN A0 (841 mm*1189 mm).

Material for hanging up the posters will be provided. Putting up your poster is possible on Tuesday morning, April 10, 2018.

Beneath you find all accepted posters.

P1-01Energy Consumption of Heavy-Duty Trucks with Alternative Drivetrains: Battery Electric Trucks, Overhead Catenary Trucks and Fuel Cell TrucksIvan MareevInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P1-02Combined hybrid energy storage for electric vehicles - development, system integration, energy and thermal managementChristoph KettenringFraunhofer-Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik IWES
P1-03Methodical framework for the analysis of international legislation with regard to safety-related boundary conditions for electric vehiclesRoland UerlichTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-04System Integration of Magnesium Sulfur Chemistry by Optimal Dimensioning of Hybrid Battery SystemsFelix KampmannSchaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG
P1-07LNMO/graphite pouch cells for vehicle applications: performances and lifetime testingHartmut PoppAIT Austrian Institute of Technology
P1-09Methodological Framework to identify characteristics and properties of Li-Ion Batteries to support the early stages of electric vehicle developmentSina RahlfsTU Braunschweig
P1-10Cooling Analysis and Optimization of Modular High Voltage BatteriesRichard HeinemannBertrandt Technologie GmbH
P1-12Statistical Modelling for Characterising the Ageing Behaviour of Lithium-Ion CellsDipl.-Ing. Matthias K. ScharrerVIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center
P1-13Compact power unit based on Monolithic Integrated PV-batteryDr. Solomon AgboForschungszentrum Julich GmbH
P2-01Micro-cycling in MV UPS systems and how it affects battery agingDr. Reto FlückigerABB
P2-02Current distribution estimation in parallel connections based on battery pack modelingSteven NeupertTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-03Electrical characterisation of Lithium-Ion Cells Above of their Operation RangeChristoph NeblTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-04ExLaLiB – Combining extrusion and laser drying to establish a novel preparation process for water based Li ion battery electrodesTobias GallaschUniversity of Muenster
P2-05In-line detection of cell internal shortsDr. Michael Roscherthyssenkrupp System Engineering GmbH
P2-06Analysis and Control of heterogeneous battery systemsProf. Dr.-Ing. Oliver BohlenHochschule München
P2-07Electrochemical Investigations of Recycled Active Materials from Spent Li-Ion BatteriesDr. Sascha NowakUniversity of Münster
P2-08Influence of the surface properties of the connector material on the reliable and reproducible contacting of battery cells with a laser beam welding processJohanna HelmFraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
P2-09Data analytics oriented tracking and tracing in lithium-ion battery cell productionArtem TuretskyyTU Braunschweig, Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik
P2-10Examination of the correlation between deposition accuracy of electrodes and electrochemical properties of lithium-ion batteriesRuben LeithoffBattery LabFactory Braunschweig (BLB)
P2-11Investigation of path efficiencies in Household Li-Ion Battery Storage SystemsM.Sc. Bernhard SchwarzKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P2-12ExLaLiB – Combining extrusion and laser drying to establish a novel preparation process for water based Li ion battery electrodesTobias GallaschUniversity of Muenster
P2-13Improvement of continuous extrusion regarding dispersing and degassing of battery slurries with high solids contentMatthias HaarmannTU Braunschweig
P2-14Detection of critical operation modes in lithium-ion cells using physically based, online applicable model structures based on half-cell potentialsSeyedmehdi HosseininasabKarlsruhe Institute of Technology / Helmholz Institute Ulm
P2-15Intermittent Slot Die Coating for Li-Ion Battery ElectrodesRalf DiehmKarlsruher Institute of Technology
P2-16Autoregressive Gaussian process regression for battery degradation prediction with multiple-cell dataDr. Robert RichardsonUniversity of Oxford
P2-17Battery degradation modelling for optimal control of grid-connected lithium-ion batteriesMsc Jorn ReniersUniversity of Oxford
P2-18Microscopic tools for the automated microstructure characterization of Li-ion batteriesAndreas KoppHochschule Aalen
P2-19Impedance based investigation of current density inhomogeneity in large format pouch-cellsChristopher HeimDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P2-20The inner and outer temperature distribution of Li-ion cells and modules: the influence of thermal management applicationsDominic J. BeckerKIT
P2-21Investigation of microstructure influences on the multi-physical transport processes in Li-ion cellsPhilipp SeegertKIT
P2-22Experimental investigation of the capacity fade during calendar and cyclic ageing under different thermal boundary conditionsSabine PaarmannKIT
P2-23Lithium-Ion Battery process identification with Nonlinear Frequency Response AnalysisNicolas WolffTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-24Effect of calendering on the adhesion strength of graphite anodesTill GüntherTechnische Universität München
P2-25Fast Charging: Thermal Management using Phase Change MaterialsDr. Veit SteinbauerAalen University of Applied Sciences
P2-26Degradation of LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 under high voltage operation: experimental and model parameterization studyMaria VariniKTH Royal Institute of Technology
P2-27Investigation of the Impact of Volumetric Expansion of Cylindrical Lithium-Ion Cells on AgingLisa BeckerInstitut fuer Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen University
P2-28Experimental and modeling study of a lithium-ion pouch cell with LCO/NCA blend cathode. Part 2: Model development and validationSerena CarelliOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-29Electrical and thermal research for a Plug-Hybrid battery system – ADVICE ProjectJoaquin Geng LopezFEV GmbH
P2-30Experimental and modeling study of a lithium-ion pouch cell with LCO/NCA blend cathode. Part 1: Parameterization by in-situ and ex-situ experimentsMehmet Can YagciOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-31Development of improved diagnosis algorithms for lithium-ion batteries, implementation in a microcontroller, and hardware-in-the-loop simulator testingDr. Jorge Varela BarrerasUniversity of Oxford
P2-32Consideration of energy efficiency of Li-ion systems in realistic scenariosDr. Matthias SchelterHoppecke Advanced Battery Technology GmbH
P2-33Thermal modelling to investigate heat generation and temperature distribution in Li-ion battery cellsOliver QueisserKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-34Using a heterogeneous electrical equivalent circuit as a non-invasive tool to characterize a cell performanceDr. Nicolas DamaySorbonne universités, université de technologie de Compiègne
P2-36Improved reliability and balancing performance using power electronics enhanced battery packsMr Efstratios ChatzinikolaouUniversity of Oxford
P2-37A Distribution of Relaxation Times Analysis on Commercial Wound Cells and on Extracted Electrodes in Experimental CellsMarkus HahnUniversity of Bayreuth
P2-38Optimising lithium-ion cell design for plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehiclesMr Ian CampbellImperial College London
P2-39State of Health Estimation of a Lithium-Ion Battery Module Using Incremental Capacity AnalysisM.Sc. Samppa JenuVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P2-40Operating a Reliable Smart-Trolleybus-System by Implementing Battery-Trolleybuses and a Stationary Storage SystemMahjar WazifehdustBergische Universität Wuppertal
P2-41Modular cost model to assess life cycle battery costsM. Sc. Nicolas BognarTU Braunschweig, BatteryLabFactory
P2-42Regression of different holistic ageing models based on field data.M. Sc. Felix HildenbrandRWTH Aachen University
P2-43System for Automated Test Cell Assembly with Integrated Knowledge Discovery SupportKai BockwinkelTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-44Over-the-Air-Battery-Management-Updates using Blockchain AlgorithmDr. Jens BockstetteFutavis GmbH
P2-45Introduction of battery diagnosis method using intermodulation distortionJonghyeon KimTU Berlin
P2-46Structural optimization of ultra-thick NCM 622 cathodes for high energy Lithium-ion batteriesLea Sophie KremerZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
P2-47Development of a Management System for Stationary Battery Systems with Optimized Service LifeM. Sc. Weihan LiInstitut für Stromrichter und elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P2-49Microjoining for Battery and Power Electronics: Key Technology for ElectromobilitySören HollatzFraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
P2-50High load NCM-622 cathodes based on a solvent-free coating processDipl. Chem. Jannes OpheyFraunhofer Institut für Siliziumtechnologie (ISIT)
P2-52Simulation-based diagnosis for battery batch production processesVincent LaueTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-53Model approach for accessing the impact of production influences on electrochemical behavior of LIBsMatthias ThomitzekTU Braunschweig
P2-54Capacity fade assessment of used Lithium-ion cells in notebook batteriesIng Felipe SalinasTechnical University of Berlin
P2-57Vibrations and Resonances – A Risk for Lithium-Ion Batteries?Philipp BergTechnichal University of Munich (TUM)
P2-58Diagnosing degradation in commercially available lithium-ion cells using open circuit voltage measurementsProf David HoweyUniversity of Oxford
P3-01Flexible Composite Membranes for Solid-State BatteriesKatharina AhlbrechtFraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT
P3-02Fluorosulfonyl Isocyanate as a novel functional electrolyte additive for anodesDr. Junli ShiInstitut für Energie- und Klimaforschung (IEK
Helmholtz-Institut Münster (HI MS)
P3-03Thin film electrolytes for all-solid-state lithium batteries by sputter depositionDr. Sandra LobeForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P3-04Thermal stability studies of lithium-intercalated electrode materials with accelerating rate calorimetry (ARC)Dr. Andreas DreizlerDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR)
P3-05Visualizing elemental deposition patterns on carbonaceous anodes from lithium ion batteriesDr. Sascha NowakUniversity of Münster
P3-06Improved electrochemical stability of aluminum current collector in trifluoromethyl-modified adiponitrile-based electrolytesKristina OldigesHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P3-07Selected pyrazole-based compounds as multifunctional additives for the advanced lithium-ion battery applicationNatascha von AspernForschungszentrum Jülich
P3-08Solid Polymer Electrolytes based on Lithium Ion Nanochannels for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion BatteriesLaura ImholtForschungszentrum Jülich, IEK-12
P3-09Comparison of two commercial Silicon based Pouch CellsM. Sc. Felix AupperleHelmholtz Institut Münster
P3-10Novel Silicon-Sulfur Cells: Surface Chemistry and InteractionFranck DelahayeRENA Technologies GmbH
P3-11Energy and material efficiency enhancement using Extrusion- & Laser Drying Technologies for fabrication of LIB electrodesM.Sc. RWTH Saskia WesselRWTH Aachen
P3-12Aluminum current collector corrosion inhibition in bipolar lithium ion batteriesDipl.-Ing. Michael ClaußIAV GmbH
P3-14Microstructural and electrochemical investigation of water based electrodes produced by extrusion and laser dryingXiaofei YangMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-15The role of LiPF6/organic carbonate-based electrolyte oxidation on specific capacity losses at high positive electrode potentialsJohannes KasnatscheewHelmholtz Institut Münster
P3-16Self-organized nano-structured silicon as anode material for Li-ion batteries.Dr. Wim SoppeEnergy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
P3-17Production of silicon-carbon composite structures using high-intensity dispersion processesChristine NowakTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-18A better carbon footprint for lithium ion batteries via a biobased binder systemDr. Maja KandulaInstitute of Joining and Welding, TU Braunschweig
P3-19Powder pretreatment for a solvent free processing of lithium ion battery electrodesGerrit SchälickeTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P3-21Correlation of Degradation Effects and the Thermal Stability of Different Positive and Negative Active Materials in Lithium Ion BatteriesDr. Markus BörnerUniversity of Münster
P3-22The needs of battery modellers versus battery measurement standardsGrietus MulderVITO / EnergyVille
P3-23Degradation effects due to fast charging, inspected by microscopy, in 18650 NCA cylindrical High-Energy cellsDaria ZeibigAalen University
P3-24Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterization of Silicon-Carbon Composites for the Application in Lithium Ion BatteriesMirco RuttertMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-25Electrolyte Additives for Improved Performance of Lithium Ion Full Cells Based on Silicon Thin Film AnodesRoman NölleMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-26Porous Silicon Coatings for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes Deposited by Co-Evaporation of Silicon and ZincDr. Bert ScheffelFraunhofer FEP
P3-27Electrical and Optical Characterization of PlatingJulian MarscheiderTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-28Investigations of novel polyhydric ester-based solvents as environmental friendly alternatives for lithium ion batteriesDr. Mariano GrünebaumHelmholtz Institut Münster (HI MS)
P3-29A Comprehensive Test Setup to Investigate Lithium-Ion-Battery Ageing Under The Effect of High Frequency Current RipplePablo Korth Pereira FerrazTechnische Universität Berlin
P3-30Degradation in lithium ion batteries studied by computer tomography, light- and electron microscopy, raman- and mass spectrometryDr. Ute Golla-SchindlerHochschule Aalen
P3-31Safety Testing using Battery Calorimetry for Thermal Runaway Prevention of Lithium-Ion BatteriesDr. Carlos ZiebertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P3-33Examining Inhomogeneous Degradation of Graphite/Carbon Black Composite Electrodes in Li-Ion Batteries by Lock-In ThermographyMartin KnipperUniversity of Oldenburg
P3-34Lifetime Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries by Impedance MeasurementsMichael WeissKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-36Sulfolane-based high concentration electrolytes for secondary lithium batteriesTong ZhangHelmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS)
P3-37Characterization of aging products in lithium ion battery electrolytes by means of solid phase microextraction - gas chromatography - mass spectrometryFabian HorsthemkeMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-38Impedance spectroscopy for investigation of anode and cathode agingM.Sc. Martin WünschVolkswagen AG
P3-39Operando XRD data analysis of Li-ion batteries from laboratory diffractometersDr. Marco SommarivaMalvern Panalytical
P3-40In situ X-ray diffraction during battery cycling at various temperaturesChristina SchmittDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt
P3-41NCM Cathode Materials with Tailored Morphology and Composition Synthesized by a Continuous Couette-Taylor ReactorDr.-Ing. Vassilios SioziosMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-42Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery electrolyte - Structural elucidation of aging products by HPLC-MSnJonas HenschelMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-43Investigation of Crosslinked PMMA Gel Electrolytes for Li-ion BatterySeyedeh Sheida HosseiniounInstitute of Energy and Climate Research IEK-12: Helmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS) Ionics in Energy Storage
P3-44Li/Mn-rich layered transition-metal oxides as high-energy cathode materials for lithium ion batteriesJonathan HelbigMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-45Combining Direct Solid Depth Profiling with Isotope Dilution Analysis by Means of Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry - A Powerful Tool for Aging Analyses of Lithium Ion BatteriesMarcel DiehlMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-46Overlithiated High Voltage Spinels: A New Way of Lithiation towards High Specific EnergiesJohannes BetzMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-47Investigation of Transition Metal-Based Cathode Materials – Speciation of Dissolved Mn(II) and Mn(III) by Means of Capillary ElectrophoresisLenard HanfMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-48Composite electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries based on Li7-xLa3Zr2-xTaxO12 and PEOM. Sc. Maike WirtzForschungszentrum Jülich
P3-50Investigation of Environmental Friendly Binder Materials for Li Ion Batteries by Means of Pyrolysis-GC/MSYves PreibischMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-51Structural and Transport Properties of Li-conducting NASICON materialsDipl.-Chem. Andreas RoßbachForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P3-52Implications of aqueous processing for high energy density cathode materialsMichael HofmannFraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
P3-53Adiponitrile- Ethylene Carbonate-Free Based Electrolytes Compatible with Graphite anodesNiloofar Ehteshami-FlammerForschungszentrum Jülich (IEK-12)
P3-54Co-sintered ceramic electrodes for all-solid-state batteriesMatthias CoelerFraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS
P3-55Insights into improving electrochemical performance of over- lithiated Ni substituted spinel oxide Li1+xNi0.5Mn1.5O4Prasanth BalasubramanianZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
P3-56Facile Synthesis and Lithium Storage Properties of tin-based intermetallics as novel anode materials for lithium ion batteriesOlga RiedelMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-57Effect of binder and conductive materials on performance of thick electrodes for Lithium Ion BatteriesMartin FrankenbergerUAS Landshut
P3-59Atomic-Scale Simulation for Accelerated Materials Development for BatteriesDr. Caroline KrauterSchrödinger GmbH
P3-60Transport mechanisms in single ion conducting polymer electrolytes for lithium metal batteriesKristina BorzutzkiHelmholtz Institut Münster
P3-61Effective conductivities and diffusion coefficients of lithium borate electrolytesMSc Karol PożyczkaWarsaw University of Technology
P3-62Synthesis of Graphitic Carbon by Catalytic Graphitization of Coffee Ground for the Application in Lithium Ion BatteriesVanessa HanhartMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P3-63Superionic diffusion through frustrated energy landscapeDr. Anna MiglioUniversité catholique de Louvain
P3-64Semi-empirical master curve concept describing the rate capability of lithium insertion electrodesSebastian ReuberFraunhofer IKTS
P3-65Silicon as Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries - Production and TestingDr. Hanne Flåten AndersenInstitute for Energy Technology
P3-66Imaging of representative volumes in battery electrodes and direct visualization of lithium atoms: recent advances in electron microscopyDr. Herman Lemmensthermo fisher scientific
P3-67Identification of influencing Parameters on the Results of Nail Penetration Tests of Lithium-Ion BatteriesStefan DooseInstitute for Particle Technologie & Battery LabFactory, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P3-68Electrochemical performance of K, Ni and S doped lithium manganese oxide spinel based materialsMSc Krystian ChudzikJagiellonian University
P3-71Optimization of the composition of LiMn2O3.99S0.01 electrode for Li- ion batteriesM.Sc Eng. Marcelina LisJagiellonian University
P3-72Influence of active material morphology and binder concentration on microstructure and electrochemical performance of lithium ion cathodesRonald GordonKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P3-73Effect of doping of lithium manganese spinel on manganese solubility in electrolyteMSc Weronika MarszałowiczJagiellonian University
P3-74Free-standing Si-CNT-SiC-C Hybrid Electrodes for Anodes in Lithium-ion BatteriesMiss Santamon LuanwuthiUniversity of Oxford
P3-75Sudden slope increase of capacity and resistance aging characteristics nearing end of life explained by cover layer formationMeinert LewerenzRWTH Aachen University
P3-7618650 cells currently applied in German power and consumer toolsDr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P3-78Structure and Diffusion Coefficient Determination - Mercury Intrusion for Ion- and Conversion-Based Battery ElectrodesLinus FroboeseTU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig
P3-79What is the Impact of Cell Design on Aging Mechanisms in commercial Li-ion Cells?Dr.rer.nat. Thomas WaldmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
P4-01Origin of low cycle numbers in Li-S cells – electrolyte decomposition or electrolyte inaccesibility?Dr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P4-02Production of sulfur carbon composite material for lithium-sulfur-batteriesPaul TitscherTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P4-03Multi-methodology modeling of Li-air button cells: From elementary kinetics to 2D transport analysisDr. Manik MayurOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P4-04Biomaterial based toxic gas sensor using microwave resonant cavityDr. Sahib Babaee TooskiIran Elite Young Researcher Club, Azad University, Malayer, Iran
P4-05High concentrated electrolytes: A strategic approach towards stability improvement in Li-O2 batteriesPranay Kumar Reddy KottamZentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoffforschung BW
P4-06Preparation and electrochemical investigation of lithium powder electrodesAleksei KolesnikovMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-07Investigation of lithium metal surface deposition phenomena by 7Li-NMRVerena KüpersMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-08Bifunctional, Carbon-Free and Co3O4 Modified Silver and Nickel Electrodes for Lithium-Air BatteriesB.Sc. Miguel-Rene Munoz BeltranDeutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt
P4-09Oxidic Solid Electrolytes for All Solid State Lithium Batteries: ongoing limitations and challengesGerrit HomannForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P4-10The influence of nitrogen-doping in hierarchical porous carbons for Li-S cathodesChristian KensyFraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS) Dresden
P4-11Intercalation based Electrode Materials for Fluoride Ion BatteriesProf. Dr. Oliver ClemensTU Darmstadt
P4-12Approaching long-term cycling performance for redox polymers as cathode-active materials in dual-ion batteriesMartin KolekMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-14Economic viability and technology based assessment for emerging storage solutionsOle GebertFH Münster
P4-15Charging lithium-oxygen batteries – Redox mediators for supporting the oxidation of discharge products at gas diffusion electrodesM.Sc. Bastian KruegerCarl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
P4-16Silicon Carbon Void Structures as Anode Material for Advanced Lithium-Ion and Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesAnne BaasnerTechnische Universität Dresden
P4-18State of Charge estimation of zinc air batteries using electrochemical impedance spectroscopyAndre LoechteFachhochschule Münster
P4-19Worldwide Battery Market/Trends/New Technologies to 2025Sven BauerBMZ GmbH + TerraE
P4-20Compatibility of NiFe2O4 as redox-mass for high temperature metal oxide batteriesM. Sc. Julian EigenForschungszentrum Jülich
P4-21Medium-temperature molten sodium battery with aqueous iodine cathodesDr. Michael HolzapfelFraunhofer ICT
P4-22Layered manganese oxides - promising cathodes for the aluminium-ion batteryWilli PetersDechema-Forschungsinstitut
P4-23Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations for battery materialsDr. Steffen GrieshammerForschungszentrum Jülich
P4-24The effect of Fluoroethylene Carbonate on Electrochemical Performances of Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesMeirong LiUniversität Münster
P4-25Roll-to-roll vacuum thin film technologies for batteriesClaus LuberFraunhofer FEP
P4-26Dimensionless parameters study for Solid polymer electrolyte based cell performance understandingM. Sc. Eng. Elixabete AyerbeCIDETEC
P4-27A novel NaxMO2 (M = transition metal) cathode material for sodium-ion batteries: insight from electrolyte optimizationJinke LiHelmholtz-Institute Münster (HI MS), IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich
P4-28Proof of Concept of an Iron-Iron(III)oxidehydroxide Battery Working At Neutral pHDr. Christian GutscheUni Oldenburg
P4-30Safety test comparison of Li-ion, Li-S and LiSi-S (SLS)Dr. Markus HagenFraunhofer ICT
P5-01Development of stationary battery storage systems in Germany – A database analysisDr. Peter StenzelForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P5-02Technological development and potential of anode materials for LIBs – A market-based perspectiveOliver KrätzigForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P5-03Dual battery system comprising AGM lead-acid and LTO Li-ion batteryDr. Christina AntoniusJohnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions GmbH