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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Energy Storage VI: Materials, Systems and Applications Symposium
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University
Keeyoung Jung, Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology (RIST)
Yang-Tse Cheng, University of Kentucky
Scope The transition from the fossil economy to a greener, sustainable economy cannot, however, be realized without efficient energy storage systems. Energy harvesting from renewable sources such as solar or wind offers enormous potential for meeting the current and future energy demands and protecting the environment. Nevertheless, obtaining electricity from the intermittent resources requires the use of efficient storage technologies. Undisruptive transmission of electricity, and its conservation, demands large-scale efficient storage technologies. In addition, improved electrical storage systems are critical for the progress of today’s hybrid electric vehicles, as well as for the plug-in hybrids of all electric vehicles that are forthcoming in the near future. Varied applications require wide range of storage technologies that vary in power and energy ratings, durations, etc. This symposium will focus on both the scientific and technological aspects of various storage technologies. Emphasis will be on design and development of new materials, mechanistic understanding of storage processes, system design and development and existing and future applications. The symposium would provide an excellent forum for scientists and engineers from academia, national laboratories and industry to present the latest findings in various storage technologies. In addition, the symposium will provide a venue for fruitful interaction and exchange of ideas. It would also educate students and researchers in the nationally and globally important area of energy storage science and technologies. Proposed session topics include: Rechargeable batteries such as lithium ion: materials, systems, design and applications Batteries for transportation and portable applications Large-scale electrical storage for electrical grid and renewable energy applications Thermal energy storage: materials, systems and applications Energy storage via kinetic energy and flywheels Electrochemical capacitors: materials, systems, designs and applications Metal-air and other primary batteries: materials, systems and applications Nanostructured materials for energy storage applications Electrode chemistry, kinetics and degradation Novel ion conducting membranes and electrolytes Mechanistic understanding of charge (e.g. electron and ions) transport, interfacial phenomena and modeling theory, design and computational modeling of materials and systems
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Accelerating the Kinetics of Vanadium Redox Flow Battery
Biomass-based Carbon Fibers for Energy Applications
Carbon Coated Prelithiated Silicon Nanoparticles as Anode for Next Generation Lithium Ion Batteries
Development of Highly Conductive Metal-containing Monolithic Hybrid Ceramics for Energy Applications
Encapsulation Strategy for Metallic Phase Change Materials Used for High-temperature Heat Storage
Engineered Silicon/Graphite Composite as High-energy Anode Material for Lithium-ion Batteries
High-voltage Cathode Materials for Sodium Batteries
Investigation of Li Spatial Distribution inside Bulk Li-Mg Alloy Electrode after Delithiation Using Neutron Imaging
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Na2S + SiS2 Glassy Solid Electrolytes
Na3Zr2(SiO4)2(PO4) Prepared by a Solution-assisted Solid State Reaction
Reaction between LiBH4 and MgH2 Induced by High-energy Ball Milling
Redox Flow Batteries: Novel Constituent Component Designs for Superior Performance
Stability Investigation of Li Solid Electrolytes against Metallic Lithium
Stretching Carbon Too Thin: A DFT Investigation on the Structure and Theoretical Limits of Carbon as a Next Generation NIB Anode
The Design and Performance of Metal Hydride Based Thermal Batteries
The Influence of Aliovalent Ion Doping on NASICON for High Conductive Solid Electrolyte
The Potential of Si Micro-porous/Micro-columnar Structures as High Capacity Anodes for Li-ion Batteries
Understanding the Degradation of Electrodes in Lithium Based Battery Systems
Use of Embedded Electrodes to Resolve Anode and Cathode Electrode Polarizations in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells


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