Posterausstellung 2016

Spitzenleistungen aus Forschung, Entwicklung und Anwendung:

Batterien gehören zum modernen Leben fast wie die tägliche Nahrungsaufnahme. Regelmäßig ergeben sich neue Anwendungen für den Einsatz von Batterien: für die Kommunikation, für die Mobilität, für den Einsatz erneuerbare Energien oder für intelligente Stromnetze. Entsprechend lebendig ist die Forschung und Entwicklung. Die Posterausstellung ist der ideale Ort, wo junge Wissenschftler auf erfahrene Ingenieure treffen und die aktuellsten Ergebnisse vorstellen und diskutieren können.

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Bitte die Poster im Format DIN A0 (841mm x 1189mm) in englischer Sprache zur Tagung mitbringen.

Die Poster können zur Tagung Kraftwerk Batterie am 25.04.2016 im zugewiesenen Bereich in der Messe und Congress Centrum Halle Münsterland aufgehängt werden.

Alle Posterautoren finden Sie thematisch gruppiert in der untenstehenden Auflistung.

 

SessionTitelAuthorCompany / Institution
P1-01Post mortem investigations of aged lithium ion batteries at low temperatureDipl.-Ing. Delf KoberTechnische Universität Berlin
P1-02Decomposition Mechanism of Ionic LiquidsMarcelina PyschikMEET Battery Research Center
P1-03Counterintuitive role of magnesium salts as electrolyte additives on the susceptible cathode/electrolyte interface for high voltage lithium-ion batteriesRalf WagnerUniversity of Münster
P1-04Lithium-Ion-Batteries optimized for extreme long lifetime (5000 cyles) under harsh envirement (-40°C...+85°C)Dr. Carsten JähneTadiran Batteries GmbH
P1-05Identification and quantification of aging phenomena of lithium-ion batteriesAnna MitinVolkswagen AG
P1-06Investigation of Silicon containing Anodes for high Energy Li-Ion BatteriesLinda-Susann SchrammVolkswagen
P1-07Measurement of Li-ion mobility via programmed current derivative chronopotentiometryDr. Andreas HofmannKIT
P1-08Influence of different fluorine amounts on the cycling behavior of doped LiNi0.5Mn1.5OxFy spinelsAndres HöwelingKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-09High-density lithium-ion cells with silicon anodes and various commercial cathodes for automotive applications.Petros SelinisDemocritus University of Thrace
P1-10From single material properties to electrode configuration thermal conductivityDaniel WernerKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-11Mechanical electrode characterization methods for optimized lithium ion battery cellsDaniel SauerteigRobert Bosch GmbH
P1-12A new cell design for lithium cation transference number measurementsAlexander PelzInstitut für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie, WWU Münster / Helmholtz-Institut Münster, FZ Jülich
P1-13Comparative post mortem investigations of MCMB/NMC full cells containing fluorinated safety additivesTim DaggerBatterieforschungszentrum MEET
P1-15Influence of pore structure on electrochemical performance of highly porous LiFePO4/C cathodes fabricated by freeze-casting techniqueSara ZavarehTechnische Universität Berlin
P1-16Nanostructured Titanium-based Anode Materials for Stationary Energy StorageDr. Julian KalhoffHuntsman P&A Germany GmbH, Duisburg
P1-17Effect of B2O3 doped in Li4SiO4-Li3PO4 system on lithium ionic conductivityMahreen AslamShanghai Jiao Tong University
P1-18Novel Imidazolium Cation Based Ionic Liquids as Functional Electrolyte Additives in Lithium Ion BatteriesXia CaoMEET Battery Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster
P1-19Preferred orientation of Li+ diffusion matters the electrochemical energy of LiMnPO4Dr. Nam Hee KwonUniversity of Fribourg
P1-20Analysis of Transition Metal Deposition of Li1Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 on Graphitic Anodes using TXRFMarco EvertzUniversity of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center
P1-21New methodology for investigation of anodic Al dissolution of state of the art electrolytes and new electrolytes based on alternative solvents and saltsBenjamin StreipertMEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-22Novel Approach for the Differentiation between Irreversible Capacity Losses and Irreversible Lithium Losses in Lithium Ion BatteriesFlorian HoltstiegeMEET (WWU-Münster)
P1-23Li ion diffusion properties of thick LMO and SLP30 electrodes based on aqueous processingTobias GallaschWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P1-24Specific heat capacity of Li-ion cells - comprehensive correlation of single material data and averaged cell propertiesDipl.-Ing. André LogesKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P1-25Influence of the charging current during formation on the cycling stability of lithium-ion cellsKerstin KurbachTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-26Novel Approach for Polysiloxane Electrolyte Layers in Li-Ion BatteriesJonas JirkaWestfälische Wilhelms-Universtität Münster
P1-27Metal Ion Dissolution from Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion BatteriesJessica HüskerMeet Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-28Explorative safety tests regarding electrical and thermal conditions for lithium ion cell characterizationAndreas NoelTechnische Universität München
P1-29Comparative study of testing methods for adhesive characteristics of electrode coatingsNicolas BillotTechnische Universität München
P1-30Dynamic orthoester cryptand as new additive for lithium-ion battery electrolytesKristina OldigesHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P1-31Phosphorus based bifunctional additives for application in lithium-ion batteriesNatascha von AspernHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P1-32Investigations of polymer electrolytes for lithium-ion batteriesLaura ImholtHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P1-33EIS Aging Study of a Sanyo 18650 NMC|Graphite Lithium-Ion-BatteryStefan KäbitzHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P1-34Analysis of the Lithium Distribution in aged Lithium-Ion Battery Graphite Anodes by LA-ICP-MS TechniqueDina BeckerMeet Batterieforschungszentrum
P1-35Electrochemical Investigation of Polysiloxane-Based Active SeparatorsSarah M. SchmüllingWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P1-36Introducing Lithops: High Power Li-ion Technology DeveloperDaniela FontanaLithops S.r.l.
P1-37Mechanistic investigation of carbene adducts as shutdown additives in lithium-ion batteriesPia JanssenMeet
P1-38Mechanistic modeling of calendaric and cyclic ageing of LFP/graphite lithium-ion batteriesChristian KupperHochschule Offenburg
P1-39Novel nitrile based electrolyte formulations for lithium ion batteriesSebastian BroxMEET - Battery Research Center
P1-40Quantitative characterization of lithium ion battery materials with electron microscopyDr. Ute Golla-SchindlerUniversität Ulm
P1-41Lithium Plating - Root Cause, Post-Mortem Characterization, and Key Parameters to avoid it in Automotive ApplicationsDr. Thomas WaldmannZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung, Baden-Württemberg
P1-42Strategies to improve long term stability of Graphite/LNMO full-cellsGiulio GabrielliZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff- Forschung Baden Württemberg
P1-43Synergetic effects of LiMn0.7Fe0.3PO4 - LiMn1.9Al0.1O4 Blend ElectrodesAndreas KleinZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW Ulm)
P1-44Numerical Simulation of Space-Charge Layer Formation in Solid ElectrolytesKatharina Becker-SteinbergerHelmholtz Institut Ulm, DLR
P1-45High Voltage Commercial Layer-Struacture Cathodes (NMC & LiCoO2) Surface and Bulk Degradation in Full CellDr Liang TaoContemporary Amperex Technology Limited
P1-46High-voltage high-capacity lithium-nickel-manganese oxide Li1+xNi0.5Mn1.5O4.0 (0 < x < 1) with spherical particle morphology designed for direct application vs. graphite in in lithium ion batteriesDr. Peter AxmannZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg ZSW
P1-47Surface analysis of Li-ion battery composite cathodes: SEI composition in function of spatial origin and cycling protocolNatalia SchulzDarmstadt University of Technology
P1-48Si/C Composite as Additive to Graphite for High Energy Lithium-Ion BatteriesDr Tiphaine PouxPaul Scherrer Institut
P1-49Posterausstellung / Poster exhibitionIngo BardenhagenUniversity of Bremen
P1-50Graphite anode surface film studies using glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GD-OES)Niloofar GhanbariZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
P1-51A systematic strategy to develop new molecular materials for electrochemical energy storageProf. Martin KorthUlm University
P1-52Influence of electrode microstructure on performance and ageing behaviour of NMC-based cathodes in Lithium-ion batteriesDipl.-Ing. Denny SchmidtUniversity Aalen
P1-53Laser-Porosificated Thin Film Silicon as Anodes in Lithium-Ion BatteriesChristian SämannInstitute for Photovoltaics (ipv), University of Stuttgart
P1-54On the evolution of the microstructure of graphite anodes during dryingStefan JaiserKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P1-55Manufacture and application of LiPON solid state electrolyte thin filmsDr. René HausbrandDarmstadt Institute of Technology
P1-57DEM Simulations to investigate the effect of microstructure on the thermal behavior of electrodesClara Sangrós GiménezTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-58Understanding Commercial Automotive Battery Properties and Failure Characteristics with 4D X-Ray MicroscopyJeff GelbCarl Zeiss X-Ray Microscopy
P1-59Safe high-density 1.0 Ah pouch cell with with silicon anodes and LiFePO4 cathodes for automotive applicationsMarkus HagenFraunhofer Institute of Chemistry Technology
P1-60Surprising positive electrode active material losses on C/LiNi0.4Co0.6O2 chemistry under calendar and cycling aging conditionsdR REVEL RenaudIFP Energies nouvelles
P1-61Multimodal microstructure and chemical analysis of Li-ion batteries: From 2D to 4DStefanie FreitagCarl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
P1-62Electrochemical performance of porous and non-porous Silicon Nanowire electrodes for LIBMarcus SchmerlingFraunhofer IFAM
P1-63Planar and 3D deposition of lithium phosphate thin film electrolyte by MOCVDMSc Jie XieEindhoven University of Technology
P1-64Reconsideration of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolyte Stability - Quantification of Degradation Products by a Novel NMR Spectroscopy MethodSimon Wiemers-MeyerMEET Batterieforschungszentrum, Universität Münster
P1-65EMBATT Bipolar lithium battery concept - approach to increase energy density for automotive applicationDr. Mareike WolterFraunhofer IKTS
P1-66A facile concept for flexible thin film lithium ion batteriesJens GlennebergUniversity of Bremen
P1-67Analyses of the wetting behavior of lithium-ion full cells by electrical measurementsChristian ReinkeTechnische Universität Dresden
P1-68Recycling of Electrodes and Elecrolytes from Li-ion BatteriesSergej RothermelUniversität Münster
P1-69High rate, stable porous silicon deposition by thermal plasma technologyDr. Roel BoschMeyer Burger (Netherlands) B.V.
P1-70Synthesis, Characterization and Conditioning of Lithium Ion Thin Film Cathodes for High Voltage BatteriesDr Gennady CherkashininTechnische Universität Darmstadt
P1-71Investigation of Thin Films for the Application as Diffusion Barrier Layers in Si-integrated Li-ion Secondary BatteriesKatrin HöppnerBerlin Institute of Technology
P1-72Processing Technologies for Particulate Lithium Ion Battery Raw MaterialsDr.-Ing. Steffen SanderHosokawa Alpine AG, Augsburg
P1-73Nano LiMPO4 (M = Fe, Mn, Co, Ni) / carbon based composites as cathodes for Li-ion batteriesDr. Lucangelo DimessoTechnische Universitaet Darmstadt
P1-74Innovative non-contact non-destructive combined methods of testingDr. D.Sc. Professor Elena ShembelEnerize Corporation
P1-75Microwave-assisted Synthesis of Cobalt-free Lithium-rich Cathode Materials for Li-ion BatteriesHaidong LiuUniversity of Muenster
P1-76Shop-Floor Based Life Cycle Assessment of Traction BatteriesFelipe CerdasTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-77Conceptual Design of an Automated System for the Assembly of Electrochemical Test CellKai BockwinkelTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-78Simulation of Lithium-Plating in Li-Ion Batteries towards Optimisation of Charging Strategies and Battery DesignMadeleine EckerRWTH- Aachen, ISEA
P1-79Opportunities and limitations of structure-property relationships towards selection of novel high-voltage electrolyte additives for lithium-ion batteriesDennis RomanMEET Battery Research Center
P2-01Influencing Factors in High-Voltage Battery Design for Mobile ApplicationsFelix FrankRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH
P2-02Modelbased diagnosis using impedance spectroscopy at different operating conditions in a relevance vector machineM.Sc. Steven NeupertTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-03Lithium deposition/depletion behavior of commercial lithium-ion cells: An experimental and model-based study on stripping efficiencyStefan SchindlerHelmholtz-Institute Ulm
P2-04Online electrochemical mass spectrometry (OEMS): New method enables insight into Lithium-Ion Batteries during operationHendrik HahnMEET, Battery Research Center
P2-06Design and Implementation of a Thermal Management System for Pouch Type Lithium-ion Polymer CellsMurat CeylanGTU / Gebze Technical University
P2-08Comparison of matrix forming polymers in semi-IPNs for application as a solid polymeric thin-film electrolyteEva CznotkaWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P2-09ARC Heat-Wait-Search Experiments on Delithiated Cathode Materials to investigate Their Kinetic Behavior during Thermal DecompositionStephan HildebrandWestphalian Wilhelm University of Münster
P2-10Knowledge networks in battery research projectsMaike StrudthoffForschungszentrum Jülich, Institut für Energie- und Klimaforschung
P2-11Fluorinated Flame Retardants for Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes - Analytical Investigations by Gas Chromatography - Mass SpectrometryXaver MönnighoffMEET Battery Research Center
P2-12Parametrization and Validation of Li-Ion-Battery Cell ModelsMatthias GulbinsFraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen IIS, Institutsteil Entwurfsautomatisierung EAS
P2-13Investigation of degradation mechanisms of lithium-ion batteries and state-of-charge estimation using extended Kalman filterJulius SchmittFraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme (ISE)
P2-14Matching battery model and measurement technology for predicting the state of functionUwe WesterhoffTU Braunschweig
P2-15Aging of lithium-ion batteries in high dynamic applicationsDr. Ralf BengerClausthal University of Technology
P2-17Influence of overcharge conditions on Li-Ion cells investigated by ARC-HWS and post-mortem analysisLukas IbingMEET Münster
P2-18Experimental investigation of SOH propagation of series connected li-ion cells at different operation strategiesDipl.-Ing. Manuel BrühlRWTH Aachen University
P2-19Novel cyclophosphazene based bifunctional additives for safer lithium-ion batteriesIvan GlogovacMEET-Batterieforschungszentrum, Münster
P2-20New battery management system: Introducing lossless proactive balancingArthur SingerUniversität der Bundeswehr München
P2-21Influence of three-dimensional electrode microstructure on the performance of lithium-ion batteriesMichael KespeKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P2-22Thermal runaway of large automotive Li-ion batteries, quantification of the cell ventingDI Andrey GolubkovKompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug, Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
P2-23Observability analysis and state-of-charge estimation of lithium-ion batteries in the presence of sensor biasesDr. Shi ZhaoUniversity of Oxford
P2-24Novel application of differential thermal voltammetry as an in-depth state-of-health diagnosis method for lithium-ion batteriesMr Yu MerlaImperial College London
P2-25Investigation and Modeling of the Transmission Channel of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Powerline CommunicationChristoph BolsingerIPV, University of Stuttgart
P2-26A high precision current measurement for battery management systemsMr. Shivam Anand VaishFraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems
P2-27Characterization of Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells Using DilatometryMarius BauerZSW Baden-Württemberg
P2-28EV battery aging study employing experiment design methodology and identifying parameter variation over the lifeDr Mikel OyarbideFUNDACION CIDETEC
P2-29Fully decentralized battery energy and management system for second life lithium ion cellsDamien FrostUniversity of Oxford
P2-30Individual Cell Condition Estimation in a Battery-Pack with a Developed Multichannel Impedance Measurement Battery-Management-SystemHannes RathmannFachhochschule Kiel
P2-31State and parameter estimation of a pseudo-two dimensional electrochemical li-ion battery model for advanced BMSs.MR Adrien BizerayUniversity of Oxford
P2-32Online Estimation of Battery Temperature Distribution using a 2-D Thermal model and Impedance MeasurementRobert RichardsonUniversity of Oxford
P2-34Enhancement of battery lifetime using model predictive control of hybrid energy storage systemThomas LehmannFraunhofer Institut für Verkehrs- und Infrastruktursysteme
P2-36Comparison of calorimetric studies on 18650 lithium-ion cells and equivalent circuit model-based simulation applied to driving cyclesDipl.-Ing. Boxia LeiKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
P2-37Standardization of battery storage systemsKerstin SannVDE e.V.
P2-38Type-tests to demonstrate the safety of battery systems in road vehicles and for home applications - status, comparison, outlookDipl.-Phys. Detlef HoffmannSGS Germany GmbH
P2-39foxBMS - free open flexible Battery Management SystemSstefan WaldhoerFraunhofer IISB
P2-40ASIL C compatible requirements for data acquisition in Battery Management Systems (BMS) for automotive applicationsM.Sc. Jan SingerUniversität Stuttgart
P2-41Capacity degradation analysis of automotive Lithium-Ion BatteriesMichael SchönleberKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-42First step to reach 1000 km electrical driving range of EVs by volume utilization up to 80 % in battery systemsMichael ClaußIAV GmbH
P2-43Using a Newman-based battery model and post mortem analyses to develop a non-destructive method for state of health estimationDominik SchleddeFraunhofer IWES
P2-44Influence of particle shape on the electro-thermal performance of anodes of Li-ion cellsPhilipp SeegertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-45Analyzing Capacitive Characteristics of Lithium-Ion Batteries using a Distribution Function of Differential CapacitiesMichael SchönleberKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-46Thin TiO2 Protective Layers on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes for Stable Li-O2 Battery CathodesFaruk OkurNational Nanotechnology Research Center
P2-47Reduced order model based on electrochemical-thermal principle considering degradation for pouch type lithium ion batteriesDr Song-yul ChoeAuburn University
P2-48Online State-of-Charge Estimation of Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) Lead-Acid Battery Using Kalman Filter Considering the Effect of Temperature and AgingDr. Song-Yul ChoeAuburn University
P2-49Verification of battery management systems for automotive applicationsHannes Fahrengruber-VagacsTechnikum Bertrandt
P2-50Approach to more modular cell integrated battery management systems (modBömmes)Markus LelieISEA RWTH Aachen
P2-51Hardware Design of a Modular Battery Management System using the Example of a 48V e-ScooterDr. Markus EinhornBertrandt Technologie GmbH
P2-52Fastening concepts for battery modules in battery electric vehicles (BEV)Dr. Philipp TrautmannBertrandt Technologie GmbH
P3-01A novel tri-material negative electrode based on Li4Ti5O12, Li3V1.95Ni0.05(PO4)3/C and activated carbon for Li-ion supercapacitor applicationsSilvia CalcaterraZSW-Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung
P3-02All Solid State Lithium Ion Battery Beyond 5 VAnna WindmüllerForschungszentrum Jülich
P3-03A comparative study of magnesium- and lithium- based battery technology in the automotive fieldDr. Thomas TRAUSSNIGAVL List GmbH
P3-04Sulfur composite electroplated nickel foams with NiS alloy coating for the use as 3D cathode in lithium/sulfur cellsDr. Seniz SörgelResearch Institute for Precious Metals and Metals Chemistry (fem)
P3-05Cost Advantages of Sodium-Ion BatteriesChristoph VaalmaHelmholtz-Institut Ulm
P3-06Operating Challenges for Non-Aqueous Lithium Oxygen and Sodium Oxygen BatteriesDaniel SchröderJustus-Liebig-Universität Giessen
P3-07Investigations of Organic Electrolytes and their VC consumption in Lithium-ion Batteries via High Performance Liquid ChromatographyCarola SchultzMEET Batterieforschungszentrum, Universität Münster
P3-08Pitfalls in Li-S Rate Capability TestsDr Tiphaine PouxPaul Scherrer Institut
P3-09Aqueous Catholyte for Rechargeable Li-Air and Li-Water BatteriesDr. Nam Hee KwonUniversity of Fribourg
P3-10Influence of Anion Structure and Solvent Properties on the Electrochemical Intercalation of Anions into a Graphite based positive ElectrodeKolja BeltropMEET Battery Research Center Münster
P3-11Wettability of Ionic Liquids on Mechanically Modified Lithium Metal SurfacesPaulo SchmitzMEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P3-12The Analysis of the Effect of Changing the Lithium Salt in the Electrolyte of Lithium Oxygen BatteriesM.Sc. eng Merve ILIKSURWTH Aachen University
P3-13Stabilizing of lithium metal anodes by electrolyte additives for the application in lithium-sulfur batteriesAlbert GröbmeyerMEET Battery Research Center
P3-14Studies on the Magnesium Anode in Various ElectrolytesGeorg BiekerMEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster
P3-17Immobilised 10-methylphenothiazine and thianthrene molecules as cathode active materials in rechargeable batteriesMartin KolekMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P3-18Pressure-Temperature Correlation during Thermal Runaway-Measurement on LIBDr. Carlos ZiebertKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P3-19Impact of Specific Operating Conditions on the Structural and Chemical Integrity of Electric Double-Layer CapacitorsMoritz TeuberRWTH Aachen University
P3-20Dynamic modeling of the asymmetric discharge/charge mechanism in a Li/O2 cellDaniel GrüblOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P3-22Examination and Expanding the Scope of Application of Peukert's LawChristoph NeblTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P3-23Investigations of Organic Electrolytes and their VC consumption in Lithium-ion Batteries via High Performance Liquid ChromatographyCarola SchultzMEET Batterieforschungszentrum, Universität Münster
P3-24The Analysis of the Effect of Changing the Lithium Salt in the Electrolyte of Lithium Oxygen BatteriesM.Sc. eng Merve IliksuRWTH Aachen University
P4-01Water based NMC cathodesDr. Michaela MemmZSW Labor für Batterietechnologie (eLaB)
P4-02Process chain driven multiscale simulation of manufacturing systems for batteriesMalte SchönemannTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P4-03Unique Research Production Facility for Lithium Ion Batteries in EuropeDipl. Chem Alexander TostZSW Ulm
P4-04Application of Big Data Approaches in Battery Cell ProductionThomas KnocheTU München
P4-05Calendering of LMO cathodes and its effect on structural and electrochemical propertiesChristiane SchilcherTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P4-06Influence of the laser cutting process on lithium-ion battery cellsPatrick SchmitzTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P4-07Laser based Electrode Preparation and Electrode Stacking - Key Technologies for the Production of Bipolar Li-Ion-BatteriesDr.-Ing. Michael RoscherThyssenKrupp System Engineering GmbH
P4-08Continuous extrusion of suspensions for lithium-ion batteries - Progress in processing and performance of electrodesHenning DregerTU Braunschweig
P4-09Correlation of the calendering compaction with the micromechanical electrode propertiesChris MeyerTU Braunschweig
P4-10Production and up-scale challenges of an evolutionary battery system />Dipl.-Ing. Linus FroböseTU Braunschweig
P4-11Battery Manufacturing under Controlled Atmosphere - Options for OptimizationMichael GropperM. Braun Inertgas-Systeme GmbH
P4-12Review of battery second-life concepts and projectsDr. Peter StenzelForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P4-14Development of a specific complexity-Index of Li-Ion Batteries to identify the potential of the reduction of the Total Cost of Ownership for full electric vehiclesM. Sc. Sina Maria RahlfsInstitute for Engineering Design, TU Braunschweig
P4-15Remote laser beam cutting of Battery foilTobias JansenInstitut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, TU Braunschweig
P4-16Breakthrough Zn-battery systemDavid Judbarovskiretired engineer, pensioner
P4-17Lithium-ion battery safety during laser welding for battery system productionPhilipp BergTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P4-18Coating Technology Battery ElectrodesDr. Ludger MichelsCoatema Coating Machinery GmbH
P4-19Automated Optical Inspection of Deep Drawn Aluminum Laminated Film for Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell BatteriesAlexander TornowTechnische Universität Braunschweig, Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology (IWF)
P4-20Data mining for package assembly of lithium ion battery cellsAntje SchillingInstitut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, TU Braunschweig
P5-01Testmatrix for vented lead acid battery with regard to stationary application like arbitrage or secondary- and primaryJeanette MünderleinRWTH Aachen University
P5-02Smart Link: Optimized strategies for grid-friendly operation of a smart micogridB. Sc. Björn WeißharHochschule Offenburg
P5-03Investigation Of Existing Control Methods For Battery Energy Storage Systems With Focus On An Optimized Continuous OperationDipl.-Ing. Simon EilenbergerUniversität Stuttgart
P5-05Energy dispatch schedule optimization for energetically and economically optimized operation of a PV-plant with a battery storage systemDr. Michael HeckFraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE
P5-06Stationary battery systems in combination with micro-cogeneration in residential buildings - potentials for performance improvementsMichael SchmidtGas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V.
P5-07Simulation of a local smart gridAdrian SacchiScience to Business GmbH
P5-08Simulation of a Stationary Battery System with Thermal Management in Different Climatic RegionsMichael SchimpeTechnical University of Munich
P5-09Energy management of a hybrid 5 MW / 5 MWh battery storage systemMichael MertenRWTH Aachen University
P5-10Profitability of home storage systems - inside the real use caseDr. Sebastian MenneP3 group
P5-11Optimization of the existing control modes with the regard of an optimal continuous operationDipl.-Ing. Simon EilenbergerUniversität Stuttgart
P5-12Parameterization of a Vanadium-Redox-Flow Battery for a physiochemical model in COMSOLBjörn KleinsteinbergISEA RWTH Aachen
P5-13openBatFriedrich HustInstitut fuer Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe
P5-14Protection of batterycircuitsHeinz Ulrich HaasSIBA GmbH
P6-01High-current impedance spectroscopy of Li-ion cells using a BaSyTec cell test system as current sourceBenjamin BedürftigDaimler AG Research & Development Ulm
P6-02Optimal Lithium-Ion Technology in Dual-Battery-System Applications for 12V Mild-Hybrid VehiclesDaniel RennerAUDI AG
P6-03Error in the Evaluation of Dynamic Impedance Measurements due to Cell Voltage DriftMarc OldenburgerDaimler AG
P6-05Cross-industry collaboration along the electric mobility value chainDr. Nathalie SickForschungszentrum Jülich
P6-06Detailed Analysis of Internal Impacts on Dynamic Charge Acceptance of SLI BatteriesDominik SchulteBatterieIngenieure GmbH
P6-07Development of Lead Acid Battery for Idling Stop-Start System of the AutomobileMasatoshi TozukaHitachi Chemical Co.,Ltd.
P6-08Automated data acquisition and processing in local smart gridsMarkus PeschHochschule Osnabrück
P6-09How does an optimized tractionbattery operation strategy influence TCO? A model based approach using real telemetry data and a combined ageing modelFabian RückerInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und elektrische Antriebe, ISEA, RWTH Aachen
P6-10Calculation of cost-, capacity- and energy for current and future Lithium-Ion-BatteriesDr. Steffen KrügerP3 automotive GmbH
P6-11An optimal 48 V - Battery module for a specific load profile of a heavy duty vehicleZiyi WuFH Achen University of Applied Science
P6-13Investigation on the Propagation of Disturbing Pulses in Traction Batteries of Electric and Hybrid VehiclesDipl.-Ing. Marc MaarleveldEMC Test NRW GmbH
P6-15Effort optimized BMS algorithm approach for SOH estimation in hybrid and electric vehiclesDr. Mirco KüpperFEV GmbH
P6-16Implementation of a State of Charge Estimatior for the Battery Pack in an Electric VehicleM.Sc. Kamyar MakinejadTUM CREATE
P6-17Identification of Battery Aging by Means of Impedancespectroskoy and Correlation AnalysisHeiko WitzenhausenRWTH Aachen
P6-18Main Switch for High Voltage Batteries - Semiconductors replace Electromechanical SolutionsWerner RößlerInfineon technologies AG
P6-19Battery Management Algorithms in Non-ideal Vehicle EnvironmentsShi LiRWTH Aachen
P6-21Combined Battery/Supercapacitor Hybridised Energy Storage Systems for Hybrid Electric VehiclesMr Wasim SarwarImperial College London
P6-23Electrification of public transport and vehicle fleets - Dresden takes stockAlexander BunzelTechnische Universität Dresden
P6-24An offline approach for estimating a satellite battery's aging parametersFlorian RingbeckRWTH Aachen
P6-25Hybrid Lithium-Ion Storage Systems for High Performance Electric VehiclesThomas NemethRWTH Aachen University
P6-26Electrification of public transport in cities (Eliptic)Fabian MeishnerRWTH Aachen - Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe