May 22 - CCRM Annual Symposium: Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion | Cornell Center for Materials Research

CCMR Annual Symposium: Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion

When:
May 22, 2019 all-day
2019-05-22T00:00:00-04:00
2019-05-23T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
120 Physical Sciences building, Cornell campus, Ithaca NY
120 Physical Sciences building
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Cost:
$150
Contact:
Michele van de Walle
607 255 8809
CCMR Annual Symposium: Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion @ 120 Physical Sciences building, Cornell campus, Ithaca NY

The goal of the CCMR Symposium on Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion on May 22, 2019 is to i) explore recent advances in energy storage materials, batteries and fuel cells from both industry and academia, ii) learn about long-term strategies of global players such as Daimler and GM and emerging ones such as A123 Systems, and iii) form connections with industrial collaborators.

Invited speakers include the 2019 Sproull Lecturer: Prof. Jean-Marie Tarascon, Solid State Chemistry and Energy, Collège de France. He will be joined by Dr. Karen Swider Lyons, Director, Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research, US Naval Research Laboratory; Dr. Andreas Hintennach, Research HV Battery Systems, Daimler AG; Dr. Deborah Myers, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Materials Group, Argonne National Laboratory; Prof. Stanley Whittingham, Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering, Binghamton University; Prof. Mark Mathias, Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester, formerly at GM; Dr. Derek C. Johnson, Vice President, Global R&D, A123 Systems, LLC; and Prof. Lynden Archer, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University, and Founder and Board Member of NOHMs, Rochester, NY, a company developing electrolytes for lithium ion batteries.

A poster session will follow the lectures. Industry attendees are invited to present posters, sponsor and exhibit. A few tables will be dedicated to industry attendees’s handouts and brochures. Contact us if you want to use this opportunity.