IBA 2017


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IBA2017 Oral Program

Plenary 30 min, Keynote 25 min, Invited 20 min including 5 min discussion
See map of the meeting site.

Sunday, March 5

4:00PM Registration (to 6:00PM) (Annex 2F, Conference Room 5&6)
6:00PM Reception (to 8:00PM) (Annex 2F, Conference Room 5&6)

Monday, March 6

9:15AM Opening Ceremony (Main Building 1F, Noh Theatre)
Session 1: General 1 (Chairpersons: Minoru Inaba and Dominique Guyomard)
9:40AM Plenary Lecture
IBA Yeager Award: R&D Strategy on Energy Storage "From LIB Materials to Battery Management System"
Tetsuya Osaka, Waseda University, Japan
10:10AM Keynote Lecture (Speaker Changed)
60MWh Vanadium Flow Battery System for Grid Use
Toshikazu Shibata, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Japan
10:35AM Coffee Break
Session 2: General 2 (Chairpersons: Masahiro Tatsumisago and Jun Liu)
11:05AM Keynote Lecture
Emerging Technologies for Transportation and Grid Scale Storage
Jun Liu, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
11:30AM Invited Lecture
Battery Materials for e-Mobility
Michael Fetcenko, BASF Battery Materials - North America, USA
11:50AM Invited Lecture
Sulfide-Based Amorphous Materials in All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries
Masahiro Tatsumisago, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
12:10PM Lunch (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall)
Session 3: General 3 (Chairpersons: Martin Winter and Xiao-Qing Yang)
1:30PM Keynote Lecture
Better Understanding of Lithium Ion Battery Materials on the Basis of Simple Three Electrode and Full Cell Measurements
Martin Winter, University of Munster, Germany
1:55PM Invited Lecture
Dynamics Study of Ionic Conductivity in PbxSn2-xF4
Miwa Murakami, Kyoto University, Japan
2:15PM Invited Lecture
Studies of New Electrode Materials for Next Generation of Batteries Using Synchrotron Based In situ X-ray Diffraction and Absorption as well as TXM Techniques
Xiao-Qing Yang, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
2:35PM Invited Lecture
New Materials for Electrochemical Storage - from Post Li Ion to Post Li Systems
Maximilian Fichtner, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany
2:55PM Invited Lecture
Rational Design of Optimized Electrolytes for Beyond Li-ion Energy Storage
Kristin A. Persson, UC Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,, USA
3:15PM Coffee Break
Session 4: Cathodes 1 (Chairpersons: Yang-Kook Sun and Won-Sub Yoon)
3:45PM Keynote Lecture
O3-type Layered Cathode Materials for Li- and Na-ion Batteries
Yang-Kook Sun, Hanyang University, Korea
4:10PM Invited Lecture
Simulated Synthesis and Characterisation of Composite Electrode Structures
Phuti Ngoepe, University of Limpopo, South Africa
4:30PM Invited Lecture
New Insight into Ni-rich Layered Structure for Li Rechargeable Batteries
Won-Sub Yoon, Sungkyonkwan University, Korea
4:50PM Invited Lecture
Transport Properties and Interfacial Kinetics of Li1-xNi0.5Mn1.5O4
Ilias Belharouak, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar
5:10PM Invited Lecture
LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 as High Voltage and High Capacity Cathode Material: From Synthesis to Full Cell Application
Margaret Wohlfart-Mehrens, Zentrum fur Sonnenenegie- und Wassarstoff-Forschung, Germany
Session 5: Special Session (Chairperson: Minoru Inaba)
5:30PM Introduction of the Guest of Honor
5:40PM Plenary Lecture
IBA Medal of Excellence: Fluoride Shuttle Battery (FSB)
Zempachi Ogumi, Kyoto University, Japan
6:20PM Group Photo
6:30PM Dinner in Honor of Prof. Zempachi Ogumi (to 8:30PM) (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall)

Tuesday, March 7

Session 6: Cathodes 2 (Chairpersons: Byoungwoo Kang and Christopher Johnson)
9:00AM Plenary Lecture
IBA Research Award: Combining Li-Excess and Reversible Oxygen Charge Transfer to achieve High Capacity Cathodes
Gerbrand Ceder, University of California at Berkeley, USA
9:30AM Keynote Lecture
An Overview of The Fe,Mn Based P2-Sodium Layered Oxides in Na-Batteries
Claude Delmas, Universite de Bordeaux, France
9:55AM Invited Lecture
High Electrochemical Performance of a Disordered 3.9V-LiFeSO4F for Lithium Ion Battery
Byoungwoo Kang, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
10:15AM Invited Lecture
The Renaissance of Spinel LiMn2O4
Christopher Johnson, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
10:35AM Coffee Break
Session 7: Cathodes 3 (Chairpersons: Jason Croy and Laurence Croguennec)
11:05AM Keynote Lecture
The Significance of Manganese Oxides in Designing Advanced Li-ion Battery Cathodes
Michael Thackeray, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
11:30AM Invited Lecture
The Pursuit of High-Capacity Cathodes for High-Energy Lithium-Ion Cells
Jason Croy, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
11:50AM Invited Lecture
Li-rich Layered Oxides and Lithium Vanadium Fluorophosphates for High Energy Density Lithium-ion Batteries
Laurence Croguennec, Universite de Bordeaux, France
12:10PM Lunch (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall)
Session 8: Cathodes 4 and Li-Air 1 (Chairpersons: Shirley Meng and Marie Liesse Doublet)
1:30PM Keynote Lecture
Pushing The Limit of Intercalation Compounds - A Comparison between Classical Layered Oxides and Lithium-Excess Layered Oxides
Shirley Meng, University of California at San Diego, USA
1:55PM Invited Lecture
Requirements for Reversible Extra-Capacity in Li-Rich Layered Oxides for Li-Ion Batteries
Marie Liesse Doublet, University of Montpellier, France
2:15PM Invited Lecture
Electrochemical Redox Reactions of Oxygen Species in Solid State Materials and Their Application to High Energy Rechargeable Batteries
Mitsuhiro Hibino, University of Tokyo, Japan
2:35PM Keynote Lecture
Cathode Reactions in the Rechargeable Aprotic Li-O2 Battery
Peter Bruce, University of Oxford, UK
3:00PM Invited Lecture
Aqueous Rechargeable Metal Air Batteries, the New Dream Battery?
Philippe Stevens, EDF, France
3:20PM Coffee Break
Session 9: Li-Air 2 and Anodes 1 (Chairpersons: Robert Kostecki and Bor Yann Liaw)
3:50PM Keynote Lecture
Rational Design of Redox Mediators for Advanced Li-Air Batteries
Kisuk Kang, Seoul National University, Korea
4:15PM Invited Lecture
The Interplay between Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) and Lithium Dendrite/Efficiency
Jie Xiao, University of Arkansas, USA
4:35PM Keynote Lecture (Speaker changed)
Toward High-Voltage Battery: Suitable Electrolyte Additives and Their Working Mechanism
Yong Yang, Xiamen University, China
5:00PM Keynote Lecture
Near- and Far-field IR Spectroscopy and Imaging Interfaces and Interphases in Silicon Anode
Robert Kostecki, Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
5:25PM Invited Lecture
Failure Mechanism of Li-ion Batteries Using Si-based Anodes
Hong Li, Chinese Academy of Science, China
5:45PM Keynote Lecture
Enable a Viable Pathway toward Battery Durability, Reliability and Safety
Bor Yann Liaw, Idaho National Laboratory, USA
6:30PM Poster Session (to 8:30PM) (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall, Conference Room 3&4)

Wednesday, March 8

Session 10: Metal-Sulfur 1 (Chairpersons: Adam Best and Bing-Joe Hwang)
9:00AM Plenary Lecture
Facile Surface Chemistry Routes to Stabilised Lithium Metal Anodes
Linda Nazar, Waterloo University, Canada
9:30AM Keynote Lecture
Development of Sodium Sulfur Battery
Tomio Tamakoshi, NGK Insulators, Japan
9:55AM Invited Lecture
Improving the Lithium-Sulfur Battery
Adam Best, CRISO Manufacturing, Australia
10:15AM Coffee Break
Session 11: Metal-Sulfur 2 (Chairpersons: Andy (Xueliang) Sun and Diana Golodnitzky)
10:45AM Keynote Lecture
In-situ Spectroscopic Observation of Abnormal Behaviors of S/PAN Composite Cathode in Lithium Sulfur Batteries upon Cycling
Bing-Joe Hwang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
11:10AM Invited Lecture
Interfacial Design and Control of Electrode for High Temperature Li-S Batteries
Andy (Xueliang) Sun, University of Western Ontario, Canada
11:30AM Invited Lecture
Sulfur Batteries - Going Forward
Diana Golodnitsky, Tel Aviv University, Israel
11:50AM Invited Lecture
Solid State Membranes for Li/S Batteries
Mathieu Morcrette, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France
12:10PM Lunch (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall)
Session 12: Li-Sulfur 3 and Anodes 2 (Chairpersons: Xuejie Huang and Yet-Ming Chiang)
1:30PM Plenary Lecture
Lithium-Sulphur Batteries: Pitfalls and Opportunities
Petr Novak, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
2:00PM Keynote Lecture
Ambient Temperature Aqueous Sulfur Batteries for Ultralow Cost Grid Storage
Yet-Ming Chiang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
2:25PM Keynote Lecture
Alloy Based Anodes for Li-ion Battery Applications
Xuejie Huang, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, China
2:50PM Invited Lecture
Advanced Binder Design for High Capacity Silicon Anodes
Jang Wook Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
3:10PM Coffee Break
Session 13: Anodes 3 and Flow Batteries (Chairpersons: Nae-Lih Wu and Yongyao Xia,)
3:40PM Keynote Lecture
High Capacity Electrode Materials for Advanced Li Batteries: Silicon Anodes and Sulfur/Carbon Composite Cathodes
Doron Aurbach, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
4:05PM Invited Lecture
Study of Phosphosilicides as Negative Electrode for Li- and Na-ion Batteries: Performance and Mechanism.
Laure Monconduit, Universite Montpellier, France
4:25PM Invited Lecture
High Capacity Silicon Based Anode Material and its Preparation Method for Lithium Ion Battery
Masaharu Hatano, Nissan Motor Co., Japan
4:45PM Invited Lecture
Enhanced Performance of Li-Ion Battery Anodes by Functional Soft Coatings
Nae-Lih Wu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
5:05PM Invited Lecture
Li Storage in a Low Intercalation Potential Li2TiSiO5
Yongyao Xia, Fudan University, China
7:00PM Banquet at Hotel Nikko Nara

Thursday, March 9

Session 14: Awards and Magnesium (Chairpersons: Minoru Inaba and Dominique Guyomard)
9:00AM Keynote Lecture
IBA Technology Award: Lithium Metal for Solid State Rechargeable Batteries: Past, Present and Future
Karim Zaghib, Hydro-Quebec, Canada
9:25AM Keynote Lecture
IBA Technology Award: Manipulating Interphases in Non-aqueous and Aqueous Electrolytes
Kang Xu, U. S. Army Research Laboratory, USA
9:50AM Invited Lecture
Magnesium Batteries Using Redox Active Organic Cathodes
Robert Dominko, National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
10:10AM Coffee Break
Session 15: All Solid-State Batteries 1 (Chairpersons: Yukinari Kotani and Marnix Wagemaker)
10:40AM Plenary Lecture
Solid State Batteries - Materials, Interfaces and Cell Concepts
Jurgen Janek, Giessen University, Germany
11:10AM Keynote Lecture
All-Solid State Battery for Sustainable Mobility
Yukinari Kotani, Toyota Motor Co., Japan
11:35AM Invited Lecture
Unravelling The Charge Transport in an Argyrodite Li6PS5H (H=Cl,Br)-Li2S All Solid State Li-ion Battery Using Solid State NMR
Marnix Wagemaker, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
11:55AM Invited Lecture
Importance of Mixed Cathodes for The Development of Ceramic All-Solid-State Batteries
Olivier Guillon, Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH, Germany
12:15PM Lunch (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall)
Session 16: All Solid-State Batteries 2 and Electrolyte 1 (Chairpersons: Ryoji Kanno and Christian Masquelier)
1:30PM Invited Lecture
Materials synthesis of LGPS Type Electrolytes and Their Application to All-Solid-State Battery
Ryoji Kanno, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
1:50PM Invited Lecture
Crystal Chemistry of LiSICON and NaSICON-Type Solid Electrolytes
Christian Masquelier, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France
2:10PM Invited Lecture
Effects of Internal Preheating on Improving The Low Temperature Charging Performance of Lithium-Ion Cell
Jianbo Zhang, Tsinghua University, China
2:30PM Plenary Lecture
Ultra-high Salt Concentration Electrolytes - The Key to Enabling High Energy Density Anodes for Beyond Li-ion Batteries
Maria Forsyth, Deakin University, Australia
3:00PM Keynote Lecture
Hydrate-Melt Electrolytes for High-Energy-Density Aqueous Batteries
Atsuo Yamada, University of Tokyo, Japan
3:25PM Coffee Break
Session 17: Electrolyte 2 (Chairpersons: Stefano Passerini and Shigeto Okada)
3:55PM Keynote Lecture
The Limits of Intercalation Reactions for Lithium Batteries
M. Stanley Whittingham, Binghamton University, USA
4:20PM Keynote Lecture (Speaker changed)
Reviving Lithium Metal Anode through Materials Design
Yi Cui, Stanford University, USA
4:45PM Invited Lecture
Solvate Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Next-Generation Batteries
Kaoru Dokko, Yokohama National University, Japan
5:05PM Invited Lecture
Development of Innovative Solutions for Thin Film Lithium Batteries
Larry Hough, Solvay SA, Belgium
5:25PM Invited Lecture
Highly Concentrated Electrolyte Effects in Aqueous Sodium-ion Battery
Shigeto Okada, Kyushu University, Japan
5:45PM Invited Lecture
Decoupling Effective Li+ Ion Conductivity from Viscosity in Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes for Safer Li-ion Batteries
Stefano Passerini, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany
6:05PM Invited Lecture
Polymer Electrolyte Based Soft Interface for Quasi-Solid Lithium Battery
Xingjiang Liu, Tianjin institute of Power Sources, China
6:30PM Poster Session (to 8:30PM) (Main Building 2F, Reception Hall, Conference Room 3&4)

Friday, March 10

Session 18: Miscellaneous and Sodium-ion Batteries 1 (Chairpersons: Clare Grey and Yuki Orikasa)
9:00AM Invited Lecture
Hybrid-ion Batteries for Advanced Energy Storage
Nina Kosova, Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS, Russian Federation
9:25AM Invited Lecture
Electrochemical and Physical Behaviors of p and n Type Compounds for Aqueous Ion-Batteries
Joel Gaubicher, Institut des Materiaux Jean Rouxel (IMN), France
9:45AM Invited Lecture
IBA Early Career Award: Operando X-ray Analysis of Hierarchical Reaction in Lithium-ion Battery
Yuki Orikasa, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
10:05AM Keynote Lecture
Local Structures of Sodium Anode Materials: NMR and PDF Studies
Clare Grey, Cambridge University, UK
10:30AM Coffee Break
Session 19: Sodium-ion Batteries 2 (Chairpersons: Shinichi Komaba and Teofilo Rojo)
11:00AM Invited Lecture
Sodium Batteries and Their Interfaces
Reza Younesi, Uppsala University, Sweden
11:20AM Invited Lecture
Potassium Insertion Materials for High-Voltage Battery
Shinichi Komaba, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
11:40AM Invited Lecture
Mn- Rich Layered Oxides as High Performance Positive Electrode Materials for Na Ion Batteries
Teofilo Rojo, Parque Tecnologico, Spain
12:00PM Invited Lecture
Alkali Metal Batteries for Grid Storage Applications
Zheng Li, Virginia Tech, USA
12:20PM Closing Ceremony
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