Scientific Program

 


Experimental and Modelling tools for Electrochemical Energy Devices

The meeting is planned to be physical in Stockholm. It will have two parallel sessions in the afternoons with three symposia each based on technology or application:

Conversion:
s1 Water electrolysis
s2 Fuel cells
s3 Other electrolysis, CO2 etc.

Storage:
s4 Batteries for E-mobility
s5 High power devices
s6 Stationary battery technologies

The joint morning session will be sent live and be recorded to be accessible for all ISE members through the ISE member page during the conference days (no registration required). This session will start with the keynote lecture and continue with presentations selected by the organizing committee from the submitted abstracts s1-6 and will be organized based on methods:

A Chemical: Spectroscopy / Electrochemical methods
B Physical/Structural: Microscopy / Imaging
C Modelling: Physic-based /Empirical

Poster sessions will be scheduled physically each day of the conference. Active presenters are expected to be at the conference physically. On-line attendance is only passive.

Keynote speakers


Shirley Meng holds the Zable Chair Professor in Energy Technologies and professor in NanoEngineering at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) where she is the principal investigator of Laboratory for Energy Storage and Conversion (LESC). Her research focuses on the direct integration of experimental techniques with first principles computation modeling for developing new materials and architectures for electrochemical energy storage.


Hubert Gasteiger is the Chair Professor in Technical Electrochemistry at Department of Chemistry, Technische Universität München (TUM). His research cover electrocatalysts, electroactive components, and electrode development related to (Li-Ion) batteries, low-temperature fuel cells, and electrolyzers as well as materials degradation mechanisms.


David Howey is Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, and Official Fellow at St Hilda's College, Oxford. His research expertise is in modelling, diagnostics and control of electrochemical energy devices and systems. Lithium-ion batteries are his current main focus, and he also has interests in sodium-ion batteries, lead-acid batteries, flow batteries, and supercapacitors.

Sunday

19:00 Evening reception in the Town hall

Monday

9:00-12:00 Morning joint session: Keynote Prof Hubert Gasteiger

 

Lunch and poster session

 

14:00-18:00 Parallel sessions

 

F1: S4 Batteries for E-mobility

F2: S1 Water Electrolysis

F3: S6 Stationary battery technologies

 

19:00 Conference dinner at Modern art museum

Tuesday

9:00-12:00 Morning joint session

 

Lunch and poster session

 

14:00-18:00 Parallel sessions

 

F1: S4 Batteries for E-mobility

F2: S2 Fuel cells

F3: S1 Other electrolysis CO2 etc

 

18:00 Poster exhibition

Wednesday

9:00 -12:00 Morning joint session: Keynote Prof David Howey

 

12:00 Lunch and poster session

 

13:30 -16:30 Parallel sessions

 

F1: S2 Fuel cells

F2: S1+S2 All Electrolysis

F3: S4 + S5 Batteries and high-power devices

 

16:30 -17:00 Joint closing of conference