Join the international battery network with industrial and scientific poster exhibitions, where Scientists, Young talents and industry experts share their latest insights for applications in batteries and energy infrastructure.
One of the highlights of the growing battery business worldwide, the 11th International Advanced Battery Conference 2020, March 24-25, 2020 in Münster, Germany, offers an excellent platform for companies, research institutes and universities to present their results in battery technology to a wide expert public.
More than 200 scientists and engineers of OEMs and supplier industry submitted abstracts for scientific posters and speeches for a 2 days schedule in parallel sessions, more than 750 participants are expected, visitors will be presented innovations and trends of 34 battery related companies, a broad poster exhibition underscores the ambition to interconnect industry and academia at the cutting edge of research.
The symposium is an established annual platform for academic and industry professionals organized by Haus der Technik, Essen, together with the Conference chairmen, the world renown German experts, Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, WWU Münster, and Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer, RWTH Aachen accompanied by a broad and international scientific advisory board.
7 Key-note lectures from academia and industry will be given by these experts:
Prof. Dr. Jens Tübke, Fraunhofer ICT
Prof. Jeff Dahn, Dalhousie University, Canada
Dr. Christoph Theis, P3-Group
Prof. Dr. Bernd Friedrich, IME, RWTH Aachen
Prof. Dr. Jean-Marie Tarascon, College de France
Dr. Khalil Amine, Argonne National Laboratory
Iwao Soga, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
More than 34 participants of the industrial exhibition offer additional sharepoints of discussion and networking. International Media Partners offer a broad network of support and knowledge distribution.
The evening event will be highlighted by the Poster Award Ceremony. This year poster prices of 1000.-€, 750.-€ and 500 € are awarded for the best three scientific posters and donated by Volkswagen AG, ISE – International Society of Electrochemistry and Haus der Technik.
Battery Conference participants are invited to visit the MEET Battery Research Centers with both laboratories and the 1000m² technical center.
Please find more details here https://battery-power.eu/en/
For inquiries please contact Bernd Hömberg, email@example.com, +49 201 1803 249
Bernd Hömberg | Haus der Technik e.V.
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