Battery Japan Technical Conference Program

BJ-10 Shaping the Future Vision of EVs
Mar. 1 (Fri) 13:00 - 15:00
コースリーダー: Course Leader:  Akira Yoshino, Asahi Kasei Corp. Akira Yoshino, Asahi Kasei Corp.
サブコースリーダー: Sub Course Leader:  Hideo Takeshita, B3 Corp. Hideo Takeshita, B3 Corp.

The Current Position and Future of Electric Vehicle Business in China

As a regulation of exhaust gas tightens, electric vehicle has attracted much attention worldwide. And China has pushed most proactive marketing as a national policy under the government initiative. I will examine the future of Chinese market which has taken characteristic approaches, as a director of battery material business in China.
Morita Chemical Industries Co., Ltd. China Representative, Executive Managing Director, Morita New Energy Materials Co., Ltd. President, Hirohide Horio Hirohide Horio Executive Managing Director, China Representative, Morita Chemical Industries Co., Ltd. President, Morita New Energy Materials Co., Ltd.

Electric Vehicles Will Create The Future Of Electricity

The details will be updated soon.
Smart Design Lab. Executive Technical Director, Tooru Futami Tooru Futami Executive Technical Director, Smart Design Lab.

Artificial Intelligence Electric Vehicle (AIEV) and Required Batteries

Autonomous electric vehicle AIEV (Artificial Intelligence Electric Vehicle) generated by AI technology creates a new car society. AIEV makes a big contribution to the global environment and reduce cost burden on individual users at the same time. A specific image of AIEV and the required battery are discussed.
Asahi Kasei Corp. Honorary Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Akira Yoshino Akira Yoshino Honorary Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Asahi Kasei Corp.
講演者プロフィールSpeaker Profile
Akira Yoshino, a native of Japan, was born on January 30, 1948, and earned a B.S. and M.S. in engineering from the Department of Petroleum Chemistry at Kyoto University in 1970 and 1972, respectively. In 1972, he joined the research organization of Asahi Kasei Corp. in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan, where he engaged in research on functional polymers and electronic materials. In 1981, he started a research effort on high-energy-density secondary batteries. In 1985, he invented a new battery system of C/LiCoO2, which would become known as the lithium-ion battery (LIB)..In 1992 he moved to A&T Battery Corp., a joint venture between Asahi Kasei and Toshiba for commercial LIB manufacture.


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