The IMLB 2016 Scientific and Organizing Committees are pleased to invite you to the 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries in Chicago, IL from June 19 to 24, 2016.
IMLB 2016 is the premier international conference on the state of lithium battery science and technology, as well as current and future applications in transportation, commercial, aerospace, biomedical, and other promising sectors. Convening in the heart of downtown Chicago, the conference is expected to draw 2,000 experts, researchers, and company representatives involved in the lithium battery field.
This international meeting will provide an exciting forum to discuss recent progress in advanced lithium batteries for energy storage and conversion. The meeting will focus on both basic and applied research findings that have led to improved Li battery materials, and to the understanding of the fundamental processes that determine and control electrochemical performance. A major (but not exclusive) theme of the meeting will address recent advances in beyond lithium-ion technologies. The meeting will cover a wide range of topics relating to lithium battery science and technology including, but not limited to:
- General and national projects
- Anodes and cathodes
- Nanostructured materials for lithium batteries
- Liquid electrolytes and ionic liquids
- Polymer, gel, and solid electrolytes
- Issues related to sources and availability of materials for Li batteries
- Li battery recycling
- Electrode/electrolyte interface phenomena
- Safety, reliability, cell design and engineering
- Monitoring, control and validation systems
- Manufacturing and formation techniques
- Primary and rechargeable Li cells
- Industrial production and development for HEVs, PHEVs, and EVs
- Latest developments in Li battery technology
Five Questions for Khalil Amine
While you may be unfamiliar with Khalil Amine, he has made an immense impact in your life if you happen to use batteries in any way.
Amine is head of the Technology Development Group in the Battery Technology Department at Argonne National Laboratory. From 1998-2008 he was the most cited scientist in the world in the field of battery technology. Amine is the chair of the organizing committee for the 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries being held this June in Chicago.
Read the answers to the 5 questions, here