IBA 2017

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

List of Posters

Authors should post their posters throughout the week from Monday afternoon to Thursday evening. Poster Sessions are scheduled on Tuesday evening (odd numbers) and Thursday evening (even numbers). Authors who leave earlier should present their poster on Tuesday evening.

The size of the poster boards is 1200 W x 1800 H. We recommend your poster size of A0 size (ca. 900 W x 1200 H).

P1
Electrochemical study of catalyst-free gas diffusion electrodes for lithium-oxygen batteries
Yoshiki Hayakawa, Mie University, Japan
P2
Promoting solution phase discharge in Li-O2 batteries
Xiangwen Gao, University of Oxford, UK
P3
Characteristic Improvement of Catalyst-Free Novel Aqueous Lithium-Oxygen Battery
Manato Uchida, Mie University, Japan
P4
Reactions and reaction products in aprotic Li/O2 batteries
Matthias Augustin, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, Norway
P5
Discharge Products in Alkali-Metal-Oxygen Batteries: Better Insight with In Operando Techniques
Daniel Schroeder, Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen, Germany
P6
Highly reversible oxygen to superoxide redox reaction in a sodium containing ionic liquid
Cristina Pozo-Gonzalo, Deakin University, Australia
P7
The Charge/Discharge Properties of Copper-Doped Lithium Oxide Cathode for Lithium-Peroxide Batteries
Hiroaki Kobayashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P8
Main issue of lithium oxygen full cell
Seon-Hwa Lee, Hanyang University, Korea
P9
Electrochemical behavior of Zn in Carbonate Aqueous Solutions
Katsumi Katakura, National Institute of Technology, Nara College, Japan
P10
Enhancing the Specific Energy of Lithium Oxygen Batteries by Using Redox Mediators
Tom Homewood, University of Southampton, UK
P11
An In Operando Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction Study for Li-O2 Batteries
Chenjuan Liu, Uppsala University, Sweden
P12
Toward a Sodium-Air Battery with Ionic Liquid Electrolyte: Effect of Sodium Salts Concentration on Charge-Discharge Behaviors
Yafei Zhang, Deakin University, Australia
P13
Direct Proof of Oxidation-and-Transport Processes within Li-ion Cells
Sigita Trabesinger, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
P14
High Temperature Formation for Quickly Obtaining Stable Coulombic Efficiency
leah Ellis, Dalhousie University, Canada
P15
An In-situ Multi-Technical Investigation into Capacity Fading of High-Voltage LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2
Chong-Heng Shen, Xiamen University, China
P16
SEI depth profiling by photoelectron spectroscopy of graphite:lithium iron phosphate full cells employing water-soluble binders
Fabian Jeschull, Uppsala University, Sweden
P17
Degradation analysis of lithium-ion batteries using differential voltage curves
Hisashi Kato, Central Reaearch Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan
P18
In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscope Observations of Electrochemical Li Deposition and Dissolution at LiPON/Pt, Au Interfaces
Munekazu Motoyama, Nagoya University, Japan
P19
In situ electron microscope observation of binder-free Si anode in ionic liquid-based Li-ion batteries
Tetsuya Tsuda, Osaka University, Japan
P20
Best Practice: Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery Materials in terms of Energy Efficiency
Richard Kloepsch, University of Muenster, Germany
P21
Silicon nanomaterials deposited using a spin-coater onto 3D trenches structure for Li-ion microbatteries
Marie Gabard, GREMAN, France
P22
Determining Factors of Li Dendrite Growth at the Interphase between Li Metal Anode and Glyme-based Electrolytes in Li-air Batteries
Morihiro Saito, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
P23
Electrochemical Characterization of TiNb2O7 Single Particle Using a Particle-Current Collector Integrated Microelectrode
Ryoji Inada, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
P24
Surface Layer and Morphology of Lithium Metal Negative Electrode
Hidetoshi Sonoki, Mie University, Japan
P25
Effect of a Boron Based Anion Receptor on Graphite Anode for Li-Ion Batteries
Ann Mari Svensson, NTNU, Norway
P26
Carbon-Silicon Alloys Prepared by Delithiation as Lithium-Ion Battery Negative Electrodes
Leyi Zhao, Dalhousie University, Canada
P27
Measuring Permeability of Lithium Protective Membranes
Nina Catherine Meddings, University of Southampton, UK
P28
Suppression of Dendritic Lithium Growth in Concentrated LiFSI-based Electrolyte Solutions
Natsumi Sekiguchi, Doshisha University, Japan
P29
ZnSnS3 nanosheets constructed nanocages: Self-template synthesis and good anode properties
Xiao Zhang, Qingdao University of Science & Technology, China
P30
Core-shell Fe3O4@MoS2 spheres for electrochemical lithium storages
Jinxue Guo, Qingdao University of Science & Technology, China
P31
Morphology of Lithium Metal Electrodeposited from Ionic Liquids
Hikaru Sano, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
P32
Synthesis and electrochemical performance of Si nanoparticles in carbon nanopores
Hiroo Notohara, Nagasaki University, Japan
P33
High capacity retention of silicon anodes for lithium battery applications using a mixed lithium/phosphonium bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide ionic liquid electrolyte
Robert Kerr, Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, Australia
P34
Morphology changes and cycle performances of silicon flake powder anodes
Masakazu Haruta, Doshisha University, Japan
P35
Magnetron-Sputtered Silicon-Carbon Multilayer Thin Film Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Tobias Johannes Placke, University of Munster, MEET Battery Research Center, Germany
P36
Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Ti2Nb2O9 as a High-potential Negative Electrode for Lithium Ion Batteries
Masanori Matsumoto, Doshisha University, Japan
P37
An aqueous Li/MCl2 (M=Co and Ni) rechargeable battery
Yoshinori Morita, Mie University, Japan
P38
Effect of the electrolyte and additives about the Electric Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC) performance and stability at high voltage conditions
Jun-Ho Kim, Dong-A University, Korea
P39
High performance of lithium ion capacitor based on electrodes with porous 3D current collector used FSI-based ionic liquid electrolyte
Naoya Hirota, Kansai University, Japan
P40
In-situ Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction Evaluation of Nickel-hydroxide Battery Materials in Asymmetric Supercapacitor Devices
Graeme A Snook, CSIRO Mineral Resources, Australia
P41
(Cancelled)
P42
(Author changed)
Study and improvement of stability of lithiated manganese silicate cathode materials for high energy Li-Ion cells
Didier Bloch, CEA-LITEN, France
P43
Examination to Structural change for Fe and Ni substituted Li2MnO3 during Cycling
Mitsuharu Tabuchi, National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
P44
MCu[Fe(CN)6] (M=Ni, Mn and Co) as cathode in Lithium Ion Batteries
Juvencio Vazquez Samperio, CICATA-LEG, Mexico
P45
Characteristics of Boron-doped NCM Cathode Materials synthesized with different boron sources
Dong Jun Park, Dong-A university, Korea
P46
Characteristics of Ni-rich NCM (Ni ≥ 80%) modified by surface coating with organic metal solution
Chang-Woo Lee, Department of Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University, Korea
P47
Unraveling the Electrochemical Behavior of Ultra-High Capacity Li5FeO4
Eungje Lee, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
P48
Surfaces of LiFePO4 single crystals before and after delithiation investigated by scanning transmission electron microscopy
Shunsuke Kobayashi, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan
P49
Dihydro-tetraazapentacene organic electrode for rechargeable lithium metal batteries
John Fredy Velez Santa, Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Polimeros (CSIC), Spain
P50
Degradation Mechanism of Conversion-Type Iron Fluoride Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Hiroshi Senoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
P51
New SBR binders suitable for high voltage operation of LiCoO2 for lithium-ion batteries
Hayata Isozumi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
P52
Studies of synthesis conditions of spray pyrolysis for cycle performance of Ni-rich Li[NixCoyMnz]O2 cathode material
Satoshi Hashigami, The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., Japan
P53
Electrochemical activity of the disordered rock-salt type Li3NbO4-NiO-LiCrO2
Shinya Suzuki, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
P54
Lithium boron oxide glass coating on high-voltage cathode for Li-ion batteries
Kei Yoshimi, Doshisha University, Japan
P55
Charge Compensation Mechanism of Lithium-rich Cathode Material of 3d and 4d Transition Metal Oxides
Aruto Watanabe, Kyoto University, Japan
P56
Effects of electrolyte containing fluorinated solvents on ternary positive electrode
Masanori Takagi, Kansai University, Japan
P57
The Unique Crystallographic Texture of FCG (Full Concentration Gradient) Cathode Material with Long-Term Cycling Stability for Electric Vehicles Application
Un-Hyuck Kim, Hanyang University, Korea
P58
X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Analysis of a Cathode Material for a Rechargeable Battery Using Redox Reactions between Oxide and Peroxide
Yoshiyuki Ogasawara, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P59
Na2RuO3 as a model system for oxygen redox chemistry: An impact of particle size
Benoit Patrice Mortemard de Boisse, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P60
Enhanced Li-Ion Accessibility in MXene Titanium Carbide by Steric Chloride Termination
Masashi Okubo, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P61
Temperature dependency of Nonequibrium Phase Transition between LiFePO4 and FePO4 under Battery Operation
Yuki Orikasa, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
P62
Kinetics analysis of the interface reaction in LiFePO4 two phase system
Eri Kato, Kyoto University, Japan
P63
Analysis of the working mechanism of an inorganic oxide coated NCM cathode cycled to 4.7 V
Nadine Dannehl, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
P64
The role of TMSPx additives in stabilizing high-energy Li-ion batteries evidenced by operando gas analysis
Aurelie Gueguen, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
P65
A Comparative Study of Effects of Different Concentrations of LiPF6 in Ethylene Carbonate-free electrolyte and in Ethylene Carbonate-based Electrolytes
Deijun Xiong, Dalhousie University, Canada
P66
Boosting the Stability of LiPF6 Based Electrolytes in Lithium Ion Batteries by Introducing Moisture Scavenging Additive
Chao Xu, Angstrom Laboratory, Uppsala University, Sweden
P67
Cladophora cellulose based separators for lithium-ion batteries
Ruijun Pan, Uppsala University, Sweden
P68
A Study on the Interfacial Chemistry of Organic Electrodes in Li- and Na-Batteries
Steven Renault, Angstrom Laboratory, Uppsala University, Sweden
P69
The performance of a room temperature ionic liquid based electrolyte for reversible magnesium electrochemistry
Zheng Ma, Monash University, Australia
P70
Influence of the Electrolyte Composition on Deposition of Lithium in Li[N(CF3SO2)2]-glyme Solvate Ionic Liquids
Naoki Tachikawa, Keio University, Japan
P71
Guar Gum: a Promising Aqueous Binder for Electrode Material with High Energy Density
Jun-Tao Li, Xiamen University, China
P72
Imidazolium-based LiTFSI-doped ether- and alkyl-functionalized dicationic ionic liquid electrolytes
John Fredy Velez Santa, Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Polimeros (CSIC), Spain
P73
Physicochemical and Electrochemical Properties of Na-Glyme Solvate Ionic Liquids/Hydrofluoroether Mixtures
Shoshi Terada, Yokohama National University, Japan
P74
Mechanism of Reversible Li Intercalation into Graphite Anode in Concentrated Electrolyte
Jingjun Zhang, Yokohama National University, Japan
P75
Electrochemical Properties of Highly Concentrated Aqueous Electrolytes
Shinji Kondo, Yokohama National University, Japan
P76
LiBF4/GBL Electrolyte Solutions for 5 V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrodes in Lithium-ion Batteries
Yusuke Shimizu, Doshisha University, Japan
P77
Concentrated LiBF4/DMC Electrolyte Solutions for High-voltage Operation of LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2 Positive Electrodes
Ryo Matsumoto, Doshisha University, Japan
P78
Molecular Dynamics Study of Phosphonium based Ionic Liquids with High Lithium Ion Concentration
Fangfang Chen, Deakin University, Australia
P79
Superconcentrated electrolytes for a 5 V-class lithium-ion battery
Jianhui Wang, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P80
Dilution of Highly Concentrated Electrolyte Solution with Fluoroalkyl Ethers for 5 V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrodes
Takayuki Doi, Doshisha University, Japan
P81
Improving rate performance and reaction mechanism analysis of LiFSI-based Low EC content electrolyte
Tomohide Katada, Kansai University, Japan
P82
Superconcentrated electrolytes for sodium-ion batteries
Koji Takada, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P83
Concentrated LiBF4/PC Electrolyte Solutions for LiNi0.8Co0.1Mn0.1O2 Positive Electrodes in Lithium-ion Batteries
Ziyang Cao, Doshisha University, Japan
P84
(Cancelled)
P85
Alkyl Disulfonic Acids as an Electrolyte additive for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery
Masato Sato, Doshisha University, Japan
P86
Zn Electrochemistry in Ionic-Liquids based Electrolytes under Flow Environment for Redox Flow Battery Applications
Kalani Periyapperuma, Deakin University Burwood Campus, Australia
P87
Assessing the Economic Benefits and Technical Performance of Energy Storage Systems for Grid and Microgrid Applications
Vincent Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
P88
Effect of ionic liquid addition to the electrolyte for magnesium batteries
Boeun Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
P89
Metal sulfide CoS2 cathode for a magnesium rechargeable battery
Koki Ikeguchi, Doshisha University, Japan
P90
Reaction mechanism of magnesium deposition using operando soft X-ray absorption Spectroscopy
Masashi Hattori, Kyoto University, Japan
P91
Digital printed Li-ion batteries
Sebastien Solan, CEA LITEN, France
P92
Heat responsive polymer additive with optimized loading deposited via novel methods for enhanced Lithium-ion Battery safety
ZhiXiang Huang, Airbus Group Innovations Singapore, Singapore
P93
3D-microbatteries on 3D-printed polymer substrates
Diana Golodnitsky, Tel Aviv University, Israel
P94
Incorporation of the technology in rapid prototyping to facilitate the manufacture of completely safe Lithium-ion Batteries
Glenn Joey Sim, Airbus Group Innovations Singapore, Singapore
P95
Thermal-runaway of overcharged lithium-ion batteries during heating
Yoshiyasu Saito, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
P96
Development of Aqueous Electrolyte Sodium Based Rechargeable Batteries: A Special Case for Na0.44MnO2/Na2S3
Rezan Demir-Cakan, Gebze Technical University, Turkey
P97
Study of Na2Ni0.5Mn0.5[Fe(CN)6)] (N= Fe, Ni, Co, Cu) as cathode in Sodium Ion Batteries: 3d metal effect over Mn
Miguel Angel Oliver-Tolentino, Centro de Investigacion en Ciencia Aplicada y Tecnologia Avanzada, Mexico
P98
On the way to “cheap” Na-ion batteries
Claire Villevieille, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
P99
Towards the Development of High Energy Na-Ion cells: Sodium Insertion in Hard Carbon Negative Electrode and Improvement of Layered Oxide as Positive Electrode
Sebastien Martinet, CEA-LITEN, France
P100
Effect of Sodium Content in Prussian Blue Analogue NayCo1-xMnxFe(CN)6 as Cathode in Aqueous Sodium Ion Batteries
Ariel Guzman-Vargas, Instituto Politecnico Nacional-ESIQIE, Mexico
P101
Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Na2NiO2 as a Cathode Additive for Na-ion Batteries
Hyun-Ju Lee, Dong-A University, Korea
P102
Crystal Structures and Electrochemical Performance of Air-Stable Na2/3Ni1/3-xCuxMn2/3O2 in Sodium Cells
Lituo Zheng, Dalhousie University, Canada
P103
FeNCN as new molecular negative electrode materials for Li- and Na-ion
Moulay Tahar Sougrati, ICGM-CNRS, France
P104
Reversible Potassium Intercalation in Layered KxCoO2
Ryan I. Fielden, Dalhousie University, Canada
P105
Novel Layered MOPOF cathodes for Li- and Na-ion Batteries
Shahul Hameed Abdulrahman, Qatar University, Qatar
P106
Potassium-Based Fluorosulphates and Fluorophosphates as Potential Cathode Materials for Potassium-Ion Battery
Titus Masese, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
P107
Single step scalable synthesis of Na3V2(PO4)2F3 nanoparticles decorated on carbon matrix as high capacity Cathode for Na-ion battery
Dhanya Puthusseri, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune, India
P108
An in-depth understanding of Na3VIII2-x(VIVO)x(PO4)2F3-x developed for Na-ion batteries
Laurence Croguennec, ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, France
P109
Electrochemical Sodiation Process of FeP4 for Na-ion Batteries
Wanjie Zhang, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
P110
Advanced Cathode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries Composed of Nanorods of Na[Ni0.61Co0.12Mn0.27]O2 Assembled in Spherical Particles
Jang-Yeon Hwang, Hanyang University, Korea
P111
Exploration of Novel Vanadium-Based Phosphates as Positive Electrodes for Na-Ion Batteries
Christian Masquelier, LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France
P112
Na3MyV2-y(PO4)3 (M=Al, Fe): Substituted NASICON Cathode Materials with Higher Energy Density
Christian Masquelier, LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France
P113
(Cancelled)
P114
(Cancelled)
P115
Preparation of sulfurized alcohol composite positive electrode with improved coulomb efficiency applicable for all-solid-state Li-S batteries
Tomonari Takeuchi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
P116
Enhanced electrochemical performance of the lithium ion secondary battery using lithium ion conductive glass-ceramics
Takashi Katoh, OHARA Inc., Japan
P117
Raman mapping for LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 composite positive electrodes in all-solid-state lithium batteries using sulfide solid electrolytes
Misae Otoyama, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
P118
High temperature operation of all-solid-state lithium batteries using Li3BO3 based glass-ceramic electrolyte
Kenji Nagao, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
P119
Voltage dependencies of Li fraction and structural change around the electrode/Li+ conductive crystalline-glass electrolyte
Yasuaki Hirata, Nagoya University, Japan
P120
All-solid-state batteries with Li6PS5Br superionic conductor synthesized through a solution process
So Yubuchi, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
P121
Synthesis of Highly Conductive Li3PS4 Thin Film Electrolyte by PLD Method using Li3+2xPS4+x Targets
Zhen Quan, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
P122
Atomic-Level Characterization of Solid Electrolyte Lanthanum Lithium Niobate
Craig A. Fisher, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan
P123
Elucidation of the Effect of Introducing Interlayer into Electrode/Electrolyte Interface in All-Solid-State Battery Using Sulfide Electrolyte
Kezheng Chen, Kyoto University, Japan
P124
Electrochemical properties of a solid electrolyte Li9.42Si1.02P2.1S9.96O2.04
Satoshi Hori, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
P125
Improvement of phase transition reaction rate of Li(Fe0.95Zr0.05)(P0.9Si0.1)O4 for high rate Lithium-ion battery cathode
Takahiro Yoshinari, Kyoto University, Japan
P126
Two-step phase transition reaction of Li(Fe0.95Zr0.05)(P0.9Si0.1)O4 at elevated temperature
Rina Yamamoto, Kyoto University, Japan
P127
A 5V-Class All-Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Yasutoshi Iriyama, Nagoya University, Japan
P128
Reduction Stability of Inorganic Li Solid Electrolytes from (La,Li)TiO3 Perovskite to Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnet
Kuan-Zong Fung, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
P129
Enhancing the electrochemical performance of tungsten disulfide-based anode materials for lithium and sodium-ion batteries
Yew Von Lim, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
P130
A Quantitative Tool to Predict the Phase Composition of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries
James W. Dibden, University of Southampton, UK
P131
Study on electrochemical performance of sulfur in carbon nanopores
Koki Urita, Nagasaki University, Japan
P132
Hollow TiO2 webbed Carbon Nanotubes with Dual Functional Porous Carbon Paper for advanced Li-S Batteries
Jang-Yeon Hwang, Hanyang University, Korea
P133
Graphene Derived Carbons with Controlled Porosity for Li-S Battery Cathodes
Alberto Varzi, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
P134
Anomalous insertion/extraction reactions of amorphous titanium polysulfide
Atsushi Sakuda, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
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