Battery Japan Technical Conference Program

BJ-1 Emerging Next-generation Batteries
Feb. 27 (Wed) 9:30 - 11:30
コースリーダー: Course Leader:  Katsunori Kojima, Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. Katsunori Kojima, Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd.
サブコースリーダー: Sub Course Leader:  Kei Hosoi, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) Kei Hosoi, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)

The Battery500 Approaches for Future High Energy Li Batteries

The goal of the Battery500 Consortium is to develop future battery technologies with a much higher energy density and a lower cost than today's Li-ion batteries for electric vehicle and energy storage applications. This talk will provide an overview of the progresses, current status and challenges of the program.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Director Battery500 Consortium and Battelle Fellow, Jun Liu Jun Liu Director Battery500 Consortium and Battelle Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
講演者プロフィールSpeaker Profile
Jun Liu is currently a Battelle Fellow at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), and the Director for the Battery500 Consortium, a major DOE multi-institute program to develop future lithium batteries. Currently Jun also serves as the President of the International Coalition for Energy Storage and Innovation (ICESI), a professional organization to promote academia and industry collaboration. In the past, he has served as the Division Director of the Energy Processes and Materials Division at PNNL, the Cross-Cutting Science Lead for the Joint Center for Energy Storage (JCESR), Thrust Lead for the Integrated Center for Nanotechnologies (CINT), senior scientists at Lucent Bell Laboratories, Sandia National Laboratories and PNNL. Jun is an elected member of Washington Academy of Science, a Materials Research Society (MRS) Fellow, and an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow. Jun has more than 400 peer review publications, and more than 60 issued US patents.

Development of All-solid-state Battery for Commercialization

Mobile devices and electric vehicles are getting widespread, and the demand for batteries is expanding. All-solid-state batteries using only solid materials are expected as next generation batteries. In this talk, in addition to the features of All-solid-state batteries, explain the development situation for commercialization.
Hitachi Zosen Corp. Business Planning & Technology Development HQ, Functional Materials Business Promotion Office, Senior Manager of Sales & Planning, Kazuyuki Sunayama Kazuyuki Sunayama Senior Manager of Sales & Planning, Business Planning & Technology Development HQ, Functional Materials Business Promotion Office, Hitachi Zosen Corp.

Creation of All-polymer-structured Li-ion Batteries

We have established an all polymer-structured battery which synthesizes various functions of polymer materials and a bipolar structure in order to materialize the simplest and high-performance energy storage system for any future artifacts to be created in our society to come.
Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance, Project Professor, Hideaki Horie Hideaki Horie Project Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University

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