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A poster session will follow the lectures. Industry attendees are invited to present posters on related topics.

A few tables will be dedicated to industry attendees’s handouts and brochuresContact us if you want to use this opportunity.

Look at Past Symposia for previous Symposia Agenda, poster list and recorded lectures.

Agenda – May 22, 2019

120 Physical Sciences Building (PSB), Cornell University

 8:008:30 am           Breakfast & Registration – PSB Clark Atrium

 8:309:00 am           Welcome Remarks and Introduction – 120 PSB

Prof. Frank Wise, Director, CCMR; with the Symposium Organizing Committee: Profs. Yong Joo, Chemical and Biomoelecular Engineering, and Jin Suntivich, Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University

9:00 – 10 am              Sproull Lecture – Materials Science for Better Batteries. Achievements and New Directions

Prof. Jean-Marie Tarascon, Solid State Chemistry and Energy, Collège de France

10:00 – 10:30 am       The Pursuit and Discovery of Vehicle Electrification Markets using Lithium-ion and/or Fuel Cell Powertrains

Prof. Mark Mathias, Chemical Engineering, University of  Rochester

10:30 – 10:45  am      Coffee Break & PostersPSB Clark Atrium

10:45 – 11:15 am       Beyond Platinum Alloy Cathode Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells.

Dr. Deborah Myers, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Materials Group, Argonne National Laboratory

11:15 – 11:45 am       The Importance of Materials Porosity in Fuel Cell Performance at High Power 

Dr. Karen Swider Lyons, Director, Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research, US Naval Research Laboratory

11:45 – 1:15 pm         Lunch and Poster SessionPSB Clark Atrium

1:151:45 pm           Designing Electrolytes and Interphases for Lithium Batteries

Prof. Lynden Archer, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University; and Founder and Board Member of NOHMs, Rochester, NY

1:45 – 2:15 pm           How Far Can We Push the Limits of Intercalation Batteries

 Prof. Stanley Whittingham, Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering, SUNY at Binghamton

2:15 – 2:30  pm          Coffee Break & PostersPSB Clark Atrium

2:30 – 3:00 pm           Safe and Highly conductive electrolytes: From Liquid to Solid

Dr. Andreas Hintennach, Group Research, Daimler AG

3:00 – 3:30 pm           Lithium-Ion Battery Material Development and Deployment for 48V and High Energy Density Automotive Applications

Dr. Derek C. Johnson, Global R&D, A123 Systems, LLC    

3:30– 3:45 pm            Wrap up

3:45 – 5:30 pm           Poster Session and Reception – Baker Portico


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