Cambridge EnerTech’s

High Performance Battery Manufacturing
( 高性能な電池の製造 )

世界各地での安全でエネルギー密度の高い電池の生産に向けた最先端の研究開発

2019年3月26日~27日


製造技術の進歩は、電動輸送機器、据置型装置と可搬型装置などの用途に対応する高性能な電池の成長を促す要因となります。このカンファレンスプログラムは、世界規模での電池製造に関する総合的なビジョンを示すものであり、電池製造のバリューチェーンに加わっている主要な組織の代表が一堂に会します。会期中は、アジア、欧州、米国の主要なメーカーが開発した革新的な技術の紹介、組み立てや自動化、効率化、検査方法の改善、コスト削減のための最新の手法に焦点を絞り込んだ講演などが予定されており、世界的な電池製造のエコシステムに関する貴重な識見を得ることができるほか、世界各地における電池製造の状況や将来に向け電池製造技術の開発をリードしている企業についての重要な情報を得ることができます。

Final Agenda

Monday, March 25

7:00 am 3:00 pm Tutorial and Training Seminar* Registration Open

7:00 – 8:00 am Morning Coffee

8:00 – 4:00 pm Pre-Conference Tutorials and Training Seminar*

4:00 Close of Day

Tuesday, March 26

7:00 am Registration and Morning Coffee

革新的な製造技術と設計

8:05 Organizer’s Opening Remarks

Craig Wohlers, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge EnerTech

8:10 Chairperson’s Remarks

Franz Josef Kruger, PhD, Head of Business Unit TreoPore, Treofan Germany GmbH & Co. KG

8:15 FEATURED PRESENTATION: Progress of Lithium Metal Batteries Containing Solid State Electrolytes

John Zhang, PhD, Senior Technical Executive Officer, Asahi Kasei Separator

Lithium dendrites, poor interfaces between battery materials created serious concerns of battery safety and performance. We will address some of these issues with materials containing solid state electrolytes. The performance and safety of these new Batteries will be presented and discussed in this paper.

8:45 Nickle Metal Hydride - Older Technology Gets New Life

Dennis Malec, Senior Applications Engineer, Panasonic Corporation of North America

When NiMH came out as a replacement for the environmentally unfriendly NiCd chemistry, it quickly got overshadowed by Lithium Ion. However, with all the safety, transportation concerns, and materials availability/costs of Li Ion, NiMH is again being considered in applications where size and weight are not as critical. New formulations allows this chemistry to be considered in products previously off limits to its capabilities. I’ll explore this revitalized chemistry, and show how our NiMH factory is still developing new cells to meet tomorrows demands.

9:15 The Study of Thermal Management System with Intelligent Temperature Control for Power Battery Pack

Jimson Jiang, Senior Engineer, Research & Development, EVE Energy Co., Ltd., China

The thermal management system, which adopts advanced thermal management scheme and intelligent control strategy, can guarantee that the pack works at an optimum and uniform temperature during the charging and discharging processes at different climate conditions.

9:45 Networking Coffee Break

10:15 Chairperson’s Remarks

Jeff Norris, PhD, CEO, Paraclete Energy

10:20 Improving Electrode Manufacturing and Battery Performance through Innovative Coating Technology

Stuart Hellring, PhD, Senior Scientist, PPG

Electrode coating formulation technology has a significant impact on cell performance. In addition, electrode manufacturing complexity can be improved by applying coatings with effectively designed formulations. With well-designed binder and solvent systems, electrode coating performance can be optimized to maximize production and performance.

10:50 Enabling Improved Battery Performance for High Volume Manufacturing

Subramanya Herle, PhD, Director, DMTS, Office of the CTO, Applied Materials

Enhancing battery performance is very critical for various applications. New materials and deposition technologies are needed to enable the battery roadmap. Increasing cell voltage, safety, active material capacity and decreasing inactive material weight/volume are very important attributes for meeting the energy density roadmap. In this talk, we will explore a deeper understanding of what is happening in the anode, and how that affects overall battery performance.

セル製造技術の進歩

11:20 Low Voltage for 48V Applications and High Energy Density Applications for Traditional and Beyond Lithium Ion Technologies

Patrick Hurley, PhD, CTO, A123 Systems, LLC

A123 is well known as a developer and manufacturer of lithium ion cells based on our proprietary lithium iron phosphate cathode material along with Nickle Manganese Cobalt. This presentation will share A123’s expanded product portfolio for current transportation application demands, as well as provide a detailed technology road map for Traditional and Beyond Lithium Ion Cell Chemistries.

11:50 Pattern Coating of Battery Electrodes by Slot-Die

Scott Zwierlein, Coating Process Engineer, Coating and Drying Equipment, Frontier LLC - a Delta ModTech Company

The ability to coat electrode material in discrete rectangular patches is becoming more and more useful in the energy storage industry. Exposed current collector surrounding all sides of an electrode allows for more design options and versatility in battery fabrication. The goal of this presentation is to describe the process of applying electrode slurries to substrate in discrete rectangle via roll to roll, Slot Die Coating.

12:05 pm Cycling Characteristics of Silicon Enhanced and Boronated Lac Knife Natural Flake Graphite in Lithium Ion Batteries

Joseph Doninger, PhD, Director of Manufacturing and Technology, Focus Graphite Inc.

In 2017 Focus Graphite introduced its silicon enhanced Lac Knife graphite for use in high energy lithium ion batteries. This presentation includes the results from further cycling studies on the silicon enhanced graphite and introduces the initial work conducted on boronating Lac Knife graphite to improve high power performance.

12:20 Grand Opening Networking Luncheon in the Exhibit Hall


1:25 Plenary Keynote Session: Organizer's Remarks

1:30 - 2:00 1000, 2000, 3000 .... N Cycles from Li-Ion Cells: How Large Can N Be?

Jeff Dahn, PhD, Professor of Physics and Atmospheric Science, NSERC/Tesla Canada Industrial Research Chair, Dalhousie University

Our laboratory has developed many methods to help rank the lifetime of cells in relatively short duration experiments (coulombic efficiency, isothermal microcalorimetry, etc.) so that cell developers and users can move rapidly to find next generation chemistries. In this presentation I will describe another powerful method and give examples of how it has been useful in developing outstanding cells that last many thousands of charge-discharge cycles and last many years.

2:00 - 2:30 Battery System Engineering Challenges and Opportunities for the Cell, Pack and System

James Lim, PhD, Battery System Engineering Manager, Google

Designing and verifying a well-balanced battery for safety, reliability, performance, availability, and cost requires strong cross-functional team interactions during system integration and product launch. The opportunities are being able to provide viable options, evaluate tradeoffs, and deliver battery solutions associated with next generation products.

2:30 Dessert Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

セル製造技術の進歩

3:15 Chairperson’s Remarks

John Zhang, PhD, Senior Technical Executive Officer, Asahi Sasei Separator

3:20 Youlion Enters the GWh Factory Competition

Huanyu (Henry) Mao, PhD, Chairman & General Manager, Suzhou Youlion Battery Ltd., China

Youlion Battery Inc., founded 2014 in Suzhou, has started their fully automated production of prismatic (VDA format) cells in their first 1 GWh facility. With their already existing production line for cylindrical cells, this brings up their total production capacity to 1.5 GWh per year, with definitive plans for expansion up to 2.5 GWh. It will be demonstrated that Youlion cells and battery packs surpass most stringent automotive performance and safety requirements.

3:50 Lishen’s Progress in Developing the 21700 Cylindrical Cell

Jiang Zhou, Vice President, Lishen Research Institute, Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint-Stock Co., Ltd.

This presentation focuses on the progress of the 21700 cell development at Tianjin Lishen Battery Company. Three types of 21700 cells, viz energy cell, power cell and fast charge cell, are being developed targeting the xEV, ESS, Power Tool and Portable Mobile Device markets. Benefits of 21700 cells will be discussed and a three-year product roadmap will be presented.

4:20 Bi-Axially Oriented PP Separators – An Advanced, and Environmentally Friendly Technology for Energy Storage and Conversion Devices

Franz Josef Kruger, PhD, Head of Business Unit TreoPore, Treofan Germany GmbH & Co. KG

Treofan is a producer of bi-axially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) separators (Treopore®) for Li-ion batteries, and other energy storage and conversion devices. Treofan’s proprietary production technology is based on a continuous, environmentally friendly solvent-free, and economical process leading to high performance separator films for a very wide temperature range. Treopore separators passed all major abuse tests (EUCAR, UN transport) even without ceramic coatings that are required for most competitor separators based on wet processed polyethylene.

4:50 Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

5:50 Interactive Breakout Discussion Groups

6:50 Close of Day

Wednesday, March 27

7:15 am Registration and Morning Coffee

セル製造技術の進歩

8:25 Chairperson’s Remarks

Huanyu (Henry) Mao, PhD, Chairman & General Manager, Suzhou Youlion Battery Ltd., China

8:30 New Markets and New Electrochemistry at Saft

Thomas Greszler, Cell Development Manager, North America, Saft

Saft is entering a new, dramatic growth stage including expansion into new markets and applications; our strategy and plans will be discussed. In addition, Saft continues to invest and develop new electrochemistry including advanced LTO, Mn-phosphate, and solid-state; recent advancements will be shown. Finally, Saft capabilities for space and defense, including both very high power and world-class high energy density pouches will be presented.

電池の先進的な原材料

9:00 Lithium Market Volatility: A Case Study in Battery Raw Material Price Risk

Andrew Leyland, Head of Forecasting & Consultancy, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence

This talk will cover lithium’s price rise & fall: China vs. the rest of the world. In addition, supply challenges in the era of the lithium ion battery, the cathode demand outlook and battery raw material price risk will be presented.

9:30 Talk Title to be Announced

Jeff Norris, CEO, Paraclete Energy

10:00 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

10:45 Cathode Materials: Where All Battery Raw Material Challenges Meet: Threat or Opportunity?

Tom Van Bellinghen, Director, Business Development, Umicore

Exponential growth of Li Ion industry has caused major concerns about the availability of Cobalt, Nickel and Lithium. All these supply challenges meet at the cathode maker level. In this presentation, we will separate hype from funded concern and discuss different routes to provide security of supply.

製造を目的とした電池材料リサイクルのための革新的な技術

11:15 Technology, Timing, and Team: Choosing the Right Ones for Li-Ion Recycling

Tim Grejtak, Energy Storage Analyst, Lux Research

The Li-ion battery recycling industry today is fragmented, with multiple companies pursuing multiple process technologies. What is the timeline for recycling demand? Which methods are best positioned to succeed as Li-ion battery chemistry evolves? Who are the key players today and what should investors and suppliers look for in the future? By combining technical expertise with a focus on early-stage innovation, Lux Research will answer these questions and provide a valuable perspective on battery recycling.

11:45 The Path to Cost Effective Lithium Ion Battery Recycling

Jeffrey Spangenberger, Materials Recycling Group Leader, Argonne National Laboratory

End-of-life lithium ion batteries in electric and hybrid-electric vehicles are just now starting to reach their end-of-life. The recycling infrastructure that these batteries are expected to go through will likely cost the end user money. Argonne National Laboratory is working to develop ways to reduce cost and increase revenue to improve the economic outlook of responsible end-of-life lithium-ion battery management. This presentation will provide a summary of the work.

12:15 pm Networking Plated Luncheon

 

1:15 Dessert Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing


1:45 Plenary Keynote Session: Organizer's Remarks

1:50 Shep Wolsky Battery Innovator Award

2:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: What Innovations/Advancements Do OEMs Need to Enable Near-Term, Large-Scale Production?

Moderator:

Celina Mikolajczak, Director of Engineering, Energy Storage Systems, Uber


 

Panelists:

Mohamed Alamgir, PhD, Research Director, LG Chem

Micheal Austin, Vice President, BYD US Operations (BYD America-IT, BYD Motors, BYD Energy)

Craig Rigby, Vice President Technology, Power Solutions, Johnson Controls

Bob Taenaka, Technical Specialist, Battery System Development, Ford Motor Company

What do OEMs need for near term, large-scale innovation? Can the global battery R&D community deliver on what advancements OEMs need for large-scale production? Our distinguished panel will discuss what they need to innovate and what they anticipate their future requirements will be. In addition, our panelists will discuss what innovation can be achieved to meet the OEMs requirements.

2:55 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

3:40 Close of Conference


* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

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