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The call for papers for the Advanced Battery Power Conference March 29-30, 2022 in Münster closes on October 31st.
Further Information: www.battery-power.eu/cfp
Advanced Battery Power is one of the largest international scientific battery conferences in Germany.
The established symposium provides an excellent platform for presenting research work and results in the field of battery technology to a broad professional audience.
Representatives from industry and academia discuss the latest findings along the entire value chain of batteries: the current state of research on lithium-ion batteries, novel battery systems and innovative materials, battery cell production and fields of application as well as second life and recycling. We are looking forward to your contribution.
The session topics are:
1. Material Level
› Active Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
› Active Materials for Lithium Metal/Sulfur/Air
› Electrolytes & Separators
› Solid State Batteries
› Other Inactive Materials
› Non Lithium-Battery Materials
2. Cell Level – any technology
› Cell Design advances
› Cell Characterization
3. Pack Level – any technology
› Pack Design & Thermal Management
› Diagnostics & Battery Management
› Automotive and Mobility Applications
› Stationary Applications
› Vehicle to Grid and Charging Infrastructure
› Other Applications
5. Battery Life Cycle
› Raw Materials
› Production Processes
› 2nd Use
› Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
In addition to the topics mentioned above, contributions will be clustered into the different fields of research design, performance, lifetime, safety, costs, modeling and characterization methods to cover research topics such as advances in material design, characterization of cell ageing or improvements in battery pack safety.
Submission of abstracts until October 31st via online submission form.
We are looking forward to meeting you in Münster!
Contact: Bernd Hömberg | Haus der Technik e.V. | Essen/Germany | Phone +49 201 1803-249 | Email email@example.com
There is no doubt that e-mobility will become a tremendous driving force for our future life. High demand for advanced materials in the batteries as well as political pressures in terms of collection and recycling rates raise the need for an extensive recovery of critical elements and a more sustainable use of raw materials. This Special Issue aims to make significant progress in designing innovative processes and understanding related mechanisms in the context of battery recycling. Although we expect the majority of papers to address the latest scientific achievements in the area of lithium-based systems, the entire range from lead, to nickel–metal–hydride, to high-temperature vanadium sodium cells is covered by this compilation. Of special interest are concepts for future post-Li-systems including all solid-state cell designs. We are not focusing on consumer behavior, collection, legal, and regulation issues and market development. Papers dealing with automized disassambly/dismantling, sensor-based sorting, new concepts for comminution and classification, thermal conditioning, innovations in hydro- and pyrometallurgical processing, safety aspects regarding recycling processes, post-mortem analysis with regards to cell chemistry changes, as well as mass flow analysis and optimization models for recycling efficiency are welcome.
The idea of a circular economy is the point of origin for contributions, aiming at minimizing of waste streams and promoting re-use/recirculation of components, functional materials as well as elements. In order to minimize material losses and energy consumption, this Issue explores concepts for optimization concerning the interfaces between mechanical and thermal pre-treatments with metallurgical processes. Considering both principle aspects of circular economy and material design, the topics of special interest are those concerning recovery and re-use of critical metals like lithium, since their importance for technological applications often goes along with a lack of supply on the world market.
This Special Issue follows the 2020 issue, which can be found under
Prof. Dr. Bernd Friedrich
Deadline for manuscript submissions
- 30 June 2022
- battery recycling
- resource efficiency
- circular economy
- critical metals
- waste minimization
Weitere Informationen: recyclingregion-harz.de
Kompetenzcluster Recycling & Grüne Batterie (greenBatt) – Stoffkreisläufe schließen und nachhaltige Lebenszyklen systematisch gestalten