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Battery Materials: Next-Gen & Beyond Lithium Ion

9-10 February 2022
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Solid State Batteries | Start Ups | Scale Up | R2R | Novel Cathode Composites | Emerging Electrolyte Material Families | AI in Material Discovery and Optimization | LiS | Graphene | Reactive Metals | Al | Sodium | Zn | VACNT | Green Solvents | Si Anode | Fluoride Cathodes | Solvent Free | Ni-Rich NMCs | 3D Batteries

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9 February 2022

TechBlick

Wednesday

Welcome & Introduction

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2.00pm

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Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

Founder & CEO

Welcome & Introduction

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2.00pm

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9 February 2022

E-Magy

Wednesday

Nano-porous silicon for high-energy silicon-dominant batteries

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2:10pm

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Casper Peeters

CEO

A major improvement for the next generation of Li-ion batteries is the introduction of silicon as material for the anode, bringing capacity and fast charging to the next level. The biggest challenge of applying silicon-dominant anodes in Li-ion batteries, is silicon's tendency to expand during cycling.

E-magy has invented and manufactures micron-sized silicon particles with nanopores that overcome this challenge by containing that expansion within the nanopores themselves. Li-ion batteries with anodes made of E-magy silicon hold 40% more energy than those made of graphite. It's the low-cost, drop-in solution compatible with existing production lines that the EV industry needs – as currently verified by R&D managers of more than a dozen leading automotive and battery manufacturer brands.

All, Solid State Batteries, Si Anode and Next-Gen Li-Ion Chemistry, Energy Storage, Batteries and Fuel Cells, b, Advanced Materials

Nano-porous silicon for high-energy silicon-dominant batteries

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2:10pm

A major improvement for the next generation of Li-ion batteries is the introduction of silicon as material for the anode, bringing capacity and fast charging to the next level. The biggest challenge of applying silicon-dominant anodes in Li-ion batteries, is silicon's tendency to expand during cycling.

E-magy has invented and manufactures micron-sized silicon particles with nanopores that overcome this challenge by containing that expansion within the nanopores themselves. Li-ion batteries with anodes made of E-magy silicon hold 40% more energy than those made of graphite. It's the low-cost, drop-in solution compatible with existing production lines that the EV industry needs – as currently verified by R&D managers of more than a dozen leading automotive and battery manufacturer brands.

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9 February 2022

Nanoramic Laboratories

Wednesday

Silicon-Dominant and NMC Electrodes Through an NMP-free/ PVDF-free Process for High Energy Li-ion Batteries

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2.33pm

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Nicolo Brambilla

CTO

Nanoramic’s Neocarbonix™ at the Core technology enables Tier-I battery companies and automotive OEMs to achieve next-gen battery performance using existing equipment and manufacturing processes.
Neocarbonix™ at the Core uses PVDF-free cathode electrodes manufactured with an NMP-free coating process, resulting in environmentally friendly, lower-cost, high-power and energy-dense batteries that are compatible with any cathode chemistry. Neocarbonix™ at the Core is also an enabler of Si-dominant anodes, using a water-based coating process and inexpensive forms of Si.

All, Solid State Batteries, Si Anode and Next-Gen Li-Ion Chemistry, Energy Storage, Batteries and Fuel Cells, Advanced Materials

Silicon-Dominant and NMC Electrodes Through an NMP-free/ PVDF-free Process for High Energy Li-ion Batteries

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2.33pm

Nanoramic’s Neocarbonix™ at the Core technology enables Tier-I battery companies and automotive OEMs to achieve next-gen battery performance using existing equipment and manufacturing processes.
Neocarbonix™ at the Core uses PVDF-free cathode electrodes manufactured with an NMP-free coating process, resulting in environmentally friendly, lower-cost, high-power and energy-dense batteries that are compatible with any cathode chemistry. Neocarbonix™ at the Core is also an enabler of Si-dominant anodes, using a water-based coating process and inexpensive forms of Si.

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9 February 2022

Cabot

Wednesday

Advances in Carbon Conductive Additives for LIB Applications

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2.56pm

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Andriy Korchev

Sr Principal Scientist