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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Nanostructured Materials for Rechargeable Batteries and for Supercapacitors III
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS: Energy Conversion and Storage Committee
Organizer(s) Reza Shahbazian-Yassar, University of Illinois at Chicago
Yan Yao, University of Houston
David Mitlin, Clarkson University
Scope This session will cover multiple experimental and theoretical aspects of nanomaterials for rechargeable batteries (Li-ion, Li-Air, Li-Sulfur, Na-ion, Mg-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 systems, the use of ionic liquid electrolytes, nitride-based electrodes, and flexible devices.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Development of Nanoscale Planar Electrochemical Devices and Applications
1D, 2D and 3D Nanocombinatorial Approaches for Supercapacitor Electrodes
2D Materials for Energy Storage
3D Mesostructured Electrodes for High Energy and Power Density Secondary Batteries
Achieving Low Overpotentials in Metal-Air Batteries
Advanced Redox Flow Battery Technologies
Advances in Nanostructured LiNixMnyCo1-x-yO2 as Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
Amorphous Vanadium Oxide for Sodium-Ion Battery
Chemically Integrated Graphene/Inorganic Hybrid Two-Dimensional Materials for Advanced Energy Storage
Colossal Pseudocapacitance in a High Functionality - High Surface Area Carbon Anode Doubles the Energy of an Asymmetric Supercapacitor
Combined Electrochemical Impedance and Acoustic Emission Characterization of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes
Computational Materials Design for Next Generation Rechargeable Batteries
Controllable Lithium Polyselenides Presence in the New Li-Se Rechargeable Battery System
Cotton Templated Transition Metal Oxide/Graphene Hybrid Composites for Flexible High-Performance Supercapacitors
Design and Performance of Microfabricated Supercapacitors on Flexible Platforms
Dynamic Phenomena in Nano-Structured Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage
Effects of Nanostructures on Beyond Li-Ion Energy Storage: Insights from First Principles Calculations
Electrical Cables that Store Energy?
Electrochemical Lithiation Behavior of Individual Co9S8/Co-Filled Carbon Nanotubes
Electrochemical Nanowires Devices for Energy Storage
Free-Standing Flexible Polymer Composite Electrolyte for Li-Ion Batteries
Graphene Electrodes for Next Generation Lithium-Ion Batteries
Hierarchical Nanohybrids with Porous CNT-Networks Decorated Crumpled Graphene Balls for Supercapacitors
High-Energy Conversion Cathodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
High Density Sodium and Lithium Ion Battery Anodes from Banana Peels
High Performance Solid PEO/Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite Electrolyte in Flexible Lithium Ion Battery
High Yield of Well-Ordered Polymer Nanopillars for Supercapacitor Applications
Imaging the Structure of Ionic Liquids on Charged Surfaces
In-Situ TEM Characterization on Dynamic Lithiation Process in Nanostructured Electrodes
In Situ Study of Nanostructure Evolution at Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces in Li-S Batteries
In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy of Deposition on Battery Electrodes
Investigation of Nano and Nanostructured Silicon as Advanced Anodes for Lithium-Ion Cells
Li Transport and the Coupled Structural Evolution in Rechargeable Batteries
Mineral-Inspired, Nanostructured Polyanion Materials for Rechargeable Battery Electrodes
Modification of Magnesium Ion Cathode and Electrolyte for Mg Rechargeable Batteries
Molecular Level Optimization of Polyoxometalates Based Nano-Clusters via Appropriate Organo-Imido Functionalization for their Harnessing as an Efficient Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries
Multiscale Correlation of Structure and Chemistry of Electrode Materials and Their Properties for Lithium Ions and Beyond
Na3MnCO3PO4 – A Multi-Electron Transfer Redox Cathode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries
Nanocatalyst-Laden Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes as Cathode for Lithium-Air Batteries
Nanocomposite Sodium Transition Metal Phosphate Prepared via Combustion Route for Hybrid Capacitor
Nanostructured Electrodes for Na-Air Batteries: Understanding of Chemistry and Rechargeability
Nanostructured Materials for Rechargeable Batteries
Novel Nanostructured Electrode Materials for Lithium-Air Batteries and Sodium-Ion Batteries
Opportunities and Challenges of Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries: Electrolytes and Cathodes
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials as Novel Solid-State Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries
Phases and Dynamics of Intercalation in AFePO4 (A= Li or Na) Positive Electrode Materials
Predict and Design Interface Properties for Si Based Electrode in Li-Ion Batteries
Preparation, Process Optimization and Performance of LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Coin-Type Lithium Ion Battery
Pursue High Energy Density and Power Density Battery with Atomic Simulation
Quantifying the Chemical and Morphological Heterogeneities in High Capacity Battery Materials under Electrochemical Cycling
Quantitative Tomography with X-ray Microscopy for Multiscale Li+ Battery Characterization
Revealing Nanoscale Heterogeneities in Phase-Separating Battery Electrodes through Operando Imaging and Phase-Field Modeling
Scalable Ambient Hydrolysis Deposition for Capacitive Energy Storage
Selected Examples of Pi-Conjugated Systems for Electrochemical Energy Storage
Silicon Oxycarbides as Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries
Sodium Ion Battery Anodes
Stress Evolution and Degradation Mechanisms in the Solid Electrolyte Interphase
Structural and Chemical Analysis of Nanostructured Battery Materials Using Analytical Electron Microscopy
Structured Micro-Sized Si-C Composites as Li-Ion Anodes
Studies of Carbon-Encapsulated Li2S Cathodes for Lithium Sulfur Batteries
Study on Preparation of LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2 Precursor-Spherical Ni0.5Co0.2Mn0.3(OH)2
Substituted LiCoPO4 as Cathode for High Energy Li-Ion Batteries
Supercapacitors Based on Graphene Electrodes and Polymeric Ionic Liquid Electrolyte: Computer Simulation Study
Surface Modification of Highly Porous Carbon for Enhanced Electric Double Layer Capacitors (EDLCs)
Synthesis of Porous Nb2O5 Polymorphs as Electrodes for Electrochemical Pseudocapacitors
Textile Based Ternary Nanocomposite Supercapacitors
Two Electron Intercalation Cathodes: Two Li Ions as an Alternative to Mg
Understanding Electrode-Electrolyte Solution Interactions between TiO2 Nanotube Electrode and Nonaqueous Electrolytes for Sodium-Ion Batteries
Using Nanomaterials to Control Microstructure and Enhance Performance in Lithium Ion Batteries


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