Battery Japan Technical Conference Program

BJ-5 Cutting-edge Material Technologies Supporting the Evolution of Lithium-ion Batteries (2)
Mar. 1 (Fri) 13:00 - 15:00
コースリーダー: Course Leader:  Masaya Ugaji, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic Corp. Masaya Ugaji, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic Corp.
サブコースリーダー: Sub Course Leader:  Masayuki Nagamine, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Masayuki Nagamine, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

The Latest Trends of Electrolyte Additives for Lithium-ion Battery

As LIB applications are expanding, various kinds of performance improvements are required. In association with this, the role of the electrolyte is also growing and covering the wider range of performance. In this session, development and future outlook of electrolyte additives are presented.
Yamaguchi University Div. of Energy Materials Chemistry, Advanced Science and Innovational Research Center, Organization for Research Initiatives, Professor, Koji Abe Koji Abe Professor, Div. of Energy Materials Chemistry, Advanced Science and Innovational Research Center, Organization for Research Initiatives, Yamaguchi University

Highly-functionalized Binder for Lithium Ion Battery

In recent years, it has been widely recognized that functional binders greatly affect the performance of lithium ion batteries, receiving much attention as a functional material to control the reaction at the solid-liquid interface.
This presentation will show the latest technological trend including the evolution of binder technology contributing to high performance lithium ion battery.
ZEON Corp. Energy Materials Div., General Manager and Division Head, Yasuhiro Wakizaka Yasuhiro Wakizaka General Manager and Division Head, Energy Materials Div., ZEON Corp.

Innovation by Design for Li-battery Material with Multi-scale Molecular Modeling and Materials Informatics

Molecular modeling and material informatics can be used to predict key properties to gain insight into the behavior of Li battery materials for engineers. The use of discrete modeling tools accelerates the development of the next generation of battery materials for future electric vehicles.
Dassault Systemes K.K. BIOVIA Japan, Senior Solution Scientist, Abhijit Chatterjee Abhijit Chatterjee Senior Solution Scientist, BIOVIA Japan, Dassault Systemes K.K.
講演者プロフィールSpeaker Profile
In the last decade, he has been working on materials from catalysis to battery to semiconductor to support material science R&D using molecular modeling in Asia Pacific region. He had been doing materials science research as a research associate, post-doctoral follow in India, France, USA and then worked as visiting Associate Professor and senior research fellow in Japan. He has published about 140 publications and is involved in contract research service and other national projects in India and Japan recently on battery material development.

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