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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Nanostructured Materials for Rechargeable Batteries and Supercapacitors II
Sponsorship TMS Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials Division
TMS: Energy Conversion and Storage Committee
Organizer(s) David Mitlin, Clarkson University
Reza Shahbazian-Yassar, Michigan Technological University
Peter Kalisvaart, University of Alberta and NINT NRC
Scope This session will cover multiple experimental and theoretical aspects of nanomaterials for rechargeable batteries (Li-ion, Li-Air, Li-Sulfur, Na-ion, etc) and for supercapacitors. Nanostructured materials hold great promise for energy storage applications, possessing both obvious intrinsic advantages and obvious intrinsic disadvantages. These systems have nanometer-scale diffusion distances and extremely high surface-to-volume ratios. On the up side this allows for exquisite kinetics, potentially altered thermodynamics, and near theoretical electrochemical activities. On the down side such systems often display markedly accelerated rates of microstructural degradation, and are prone to extensive parasitic side reactions. The talks, which will be mostly Invited, will focus on the unique “nano” aspects of these technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, synthesis of new or improved anode/cathode materials and architectures, integration of such structures into working devices, electronic structure or electrical performance simulation, degradation testing and modeling, microstructural analysis by techniques such as TEM or XPS, new chemical synthesis routes, utilization of novel carbon allotropes such as graphene and carbon nanotubes, synthesis and application of high performance biochars with tuned porosity and surface functionality, Si and Ge nanowires, novel oxides for positive electrodes, core-shell and double core-shell architectures, sulfide-based electrodes, SEI layer formation, hybrid oxide-carbon and sulfide-carbon systems, the use of ionic liquid electrolytes, nitride-based electrodes, and flexible devices.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3-Dimensional Nanostructured Silicon Electrodes for Use in Li Ion Batteries
A Systematic Approach to Extend the Cycle Life of Li/S Cells
A Vertical Carbon Nanofiber Architecture for Li-ion Batteries and Supercapacitors
ALD TiO2 Coated Silicon Nanowires for Lithium Ion Battery Anodes with Enhanced Cycling Stability and Coulombic Efficiency
Application of In Situ ec-S/TEM for Energy Storage Research
Aqueous Synthesis of Mesoporous Cr3+/Nb5+ Doped Anatase TiO2 for Application in Secondary Lithium-ion Batteries
Asymmetric Supercapacitors with Dominant Pseudocapacitance Based on Manganese Oxide Nanoflowers in Neutral Aqueous Electrolyte
Atom Probe Tomography Study on SiO Anode Materials before and after the First Li Insertion/Extraction Cycle
Atomic Layer Deposition for Synthesis of Anodes, Coatings on Electrodes and Solid-state Electrolytes Used in Li ion Batteries
Bonding, Structure and Properties of Energy Storage and Conversion Materials with Electron Microscopy
Carbon Nanosheet Frameworks Derived from Peat Moss as High Capacity Intercalation Sodium Ion Battery Anodes
Carbon Nanotube-nano Si Hybrids as Anode in Li-ion Battery
Carbon Nanotube Enhanced Lithium Ion Batteries
Challenges in Developing High Energy Density Li-ion Batteries with High Voltage Cathodes
Chemical Functionalization of Carbon for Application in Electrochemical Capacitors
Complexion Engineering of Batteries and Solid-state Electrolytes
Composite Silicon Carbon Nano-fiber Anode for High Energy Advance Lithium Batteries
Computer Simulation Study of Supercapacitors Based on Reduced Graphene Oxide Electrodes
Coupled Electrochemical Cycling and TEM Characterization of Individual Nanostructures for Energy Storage Materials
Crumpled Graphene Balls for Scalable Energy Applications
Current State of Lithium-sulfur Batteries
Design of Nano/Microstructures for Highly Stable and Active Electrodes for Lithium Batteries
Designing 3D Conical-Shaped Li-ion Micro-batteries
Direct Spark Plasma Erosion Synthesis of Tin and silicon Alloy Nano-particulate Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
Dynamic Phenomena in Complex Oxides during Electrochemical Processes in Li ion and Na Ion Batteries
Effect of Ionic liquids on Li-sulfur Battery Performance
Electrochemical Energy Storage in Polymer-based Electrodes: Opportunities and Challenges
Electrode Material Design & Surface Passivation Strategies for Energy Storage Applications
Electrodeposited Si-Al Thin Film as Anode for Li Ion Batteries
Enhanced Electrical Capacitance and Energy Storage in Defect Induced Nanocarbons
Fabrication of Three-dimensional, Solid-state Lithium-ion Batteries Using All Aqueous Based Processes
Facile Synthesis of a-Fe2O3 Nanorods Derived from a-FeOOH Nanorods and Its Application as Anode Materials for Rechargeable Sodium-ion Batteries
FeWO4: An Anode Material for Sodium-ion Batteries
Finite-Element Modeling of the Electric Double-Layer and Its Application to the Prediction of Supercapacitor Charging Dynamics
First Principles Investigation on the Lithiation Behavior of Nanostructured Silicon-based Alloys and Composites
Flexible Textile Energy Storage from Cotton T-Shirts
Garnet-based Ceramic Electrolyte: Enabling Li Metal Anodes and Solid State Batteries
Graphene-based Materials in Electrodes and Separators in Advanced Li-based Batteries
Graphene Hybridized with Transition Metal Oxides for High-performance Supercapacitors
Hierarchical MnO2 Nanosheet-built Nanotubes for Electrochemical Capacitor Electrodes
High-throughput Search for Dual-functioning Electrocatalyst/Electrode Li-O2 Cells from First-principles Thermochemical Database
High Electrochemical Performance Li4Ti5−x-yNbxCryO12 (0≤x+y≤0.075) as an Anode Material for Lithium-ion Battery
High Power and Energy Density Secondary Batteries and Supercapacitors Based on Three-dimensionally Mesostructured Current Collectors
How To Use Nanostructured Materials Effectively in Rechargeable Lithium/Sulfur Battery
Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterization of Domino-shaped Li4Ti5O12 Columns and Porous TiO2(B) Nanorods as Anode Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries
Improved Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices Based on Layer-by-layer Spray Deposition
Improved Performance of Graphite/ LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cells with Electrolyte Additives
Improvement in Both Power and Energy Density of Carbon-based Supercapacitors
Improving Carbon Capacitance by Chemical/Electrochemical Attachment of Redox Molecules
In Operando Measurement of Strain Evolution by X-ray Diffraction in Bicontinuous NiSn Inverse Opal Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries
In Situ Aberration-corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy of Anode Materials for Li Ion Batteries
In Situ Synthesis of High-energy Cathodes for Lithium-ion Batteries
In Situ TEM Observation on Multiple-stripe Lithiation Process in Individual SnO2 Nanowires
In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy of Lithium Storage in Nanomaterials
Interconnected Carbon Nanosheets Derived from Hemp for Ultrafast Supercapacitors with High Energy
Interfaces in Advanced LI Batteries
Investigation of Li-ion Capacitors’ Cycle Performance
Lithiation Induced Stresses and Interfacial Phenomena in Li Ion Battery Electrodes
Mesoscale Electrode Physics in Lithium-ion Batteries
Metal hydrides: Relevant Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries Negative Electrodes
Microwave Assisted Sulfur Infusion Technique and the Corresponding Reactor Design for Li-S Battery Applications
Modeling Fracture and Failure in Si Thin Film Nanoelectrodes on Substrates
Multivalent Ion Intercalation Materials as Ultra-high Energy Battery Cathodes
Nano-structured Lithium Battery Electrode Materials via Aerosol Assisted Synthesis
Nanocomposite Cathodes and Barrier Layers for Long-life Lithium Sulfur Batteries
Nanocrystalline Anatase TiO2: a New Anode Material for Rechargeable Sodium Ion Batteries
Nanomaterials and Electrochemical Energy Storage: The Pros and the Cons
Nanomaterials Design for Li-S Batteries
Nanophase Separated Versus Solid Solution Features of the Layered: Layered Composite Li2MnO3- LiMO2 (M=Mn, Ni, Co) for Cathodes in Li-ion Batteries
Nanoporous Silicon Networks as Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries
Nanoscale Investigation of Charge Dynamics in Electrochemical Supercapacitors Using Ionic Liquids
Nanoscale Materials Designing Concept Based on In Situ TEM Study of Structural and Chemical Evolution of Electrode in Electrochemical Cell
Nanoscale Materials for Energy Storage Systems
Nanoscale Visualization of Intercalation in Many Particle LiFePO4 Electrodes
Nanostructured Solid Electrolyte for All-solid Lithium-sulfur Batteries
Nanostuctured Metal Hydrides as Efficient Anode Materials for Advanced Batteries
Neutron Depth Profiling of Lithium Transport in All-solid-state Batteries
On the Evaluation Methods of Supercapacitors
PEG and Fluoroalkyl Functionalized Ionic Liquids as Electrolyte Solvents for Lithium Ion Batteries
Phase Transformations Determine the Electrochemical Properties of Nanomaterials
Polymer Nanocomposite Electrolytes for Flexible Lithium Ion Batteries
Processing and Structure of Graphene Composites for Supercapacitor Applications
Prospect of Carbon Nanotubes in Li-ion Battery
Quantitative Operando Electrochemical TEM to Study Alloying for Advanced Battery Anodes
Rational Design of Si-based Anodes for High Performance Lithium-ion Batteries
Recent Advances towards Improvement of Electrochemical Flow Capacitors (EFCs)
Se-based Positive Electrode Material for Rechargeable Battery Applications
Silicon-based Electrodes for Li-ion Batteries: Spectroscopic Analysis for Improved Performance
Stress Effect on Charge and Discharge Rate and Energy Efficiency of Li-alloy Electrodes
Structural Evolution of Li(2)Fe(1-y)Mn(y)SiO(4) (y = 0, 0.2, 0.5, 1) and LiFeTiO(4) Cathode Materials for Li-ion Batteries upon Electrochemical Cycling
Studies of Cathodes and Anodes for a New Generation of Na-ion Batteries
Synthesis and Characterization of Oxide Nanowire Electrodes
The Development of Two Dimensional Materials for Energy Storage
The LiFePO4 Story: Theory, Experiment and Characterization
The Mechanism Interpretation by Energetic Band Diagram of Super P Carbon Black and Silicon Carbide in Si-based Lithium Ion Batteries
The Role and Application of Quantum Capacitance in Nanostructured Energy Storage Devices
Thin Films as a Platform for Understanding the Basic Mechanisms of FeF2 Electrodes for Li-ion Batteries
Three-dimensional Nanofiber-based Electrode Architecture for Supercapacitors
TiO2 Nanosheet Assemblies as Lithium Ion Battery Anodes at Elevated Temperatures Elevated Temperatures
Ultra High Energy Density of Nanocomposite Capacitors
Understanding and Controlling the SEI in Li Ion Batteries
Understanding Capacitance Variation with the Pore Size in Electric Double-layer Capacitors
Why Do Graphene Anodes Offer Superior Energy Densities as Compared to Graphitic Anodes in Li-ion Batteries?


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