Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012



B1 - Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session - In Honor of James McBreen


Monday, October 8, 2012

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Li Battery Cell

Co-Chairs: Sanjeev Mukerjee and Manickam Minakshi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00 Memory of James McBreen (20 Minutes)
08:20   320   A Wonderful Life Dedicated to Energy Research In Memery of James McBreen X. Yang, K. Nam (Brookhaven National Laboratory), S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), M. Balasubramanian (Argonne National Laboratory), W. Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University), and K. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
09:00   321   Recent Advances in Neutron Imaging for Battery Characterization D. S. Hussey, J. Kahn, O. Zilcha, D. Jacobson (National Institute of Standards and Technology), B. Khaykovich (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. V. Gubarev (NASA), J. Gagliardo, and J. Owejan (General Motors Electrochemical Energy Research Laboratory)
09:20   322   Application of Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Techniques to Study Thermal Behavior of Electrode Materials for Lithium Rechargeable Batteries W. Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University), K. Nam (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), M. Balasubramanian (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Jang (Sungkyunkwan University), J. Hanson, and X. Yang (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   323   Solid-State Batteries: A Fifty Year Perspective B. B. Owens and O. Yamamoto (Mie University)
10:20   324   Rechargeable Lithium Battery Electrodes Using a Multifunctional Polymer Binder A. E. Javier, S. N. Patel (University of California - Berkeley), and N. P. Balsara (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
10:40   325   An Empiric Approach to the Estimation of State of Charge of Lithium Cells and Range of an Electric Vehicle G. Davolio, R. Giovanardi (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), and C. Lanciotti (KEMET Electronics Italia)
11:00   326   Designing Advanced Hybrid Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries Y. Guo (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
11:20   327   Substation Installations of Electrovaya's MWh-Scale Lithium-Ion SuperPolymer Batteries for Smart Grid Applications R. DasGupta (Electrovaya Inc.)
11:40   328   Nanostructured Composites for Energy Storage Applications D. Wang, S. Chen, Z. Song, T. Xu, J. Song, R. Yi, F. Dai, and M. Gordin (The Pennsylvania State University)
12:00   329   Polymer Gel Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries M. Gnanavel, M. Patel, and A. J. Bhattacharyya (Indian Institute of Science)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Li Battery Cathodes

Co-Chairs: Hajime Arai and A. Manivannan
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   330   Nanostructured β-Li3PS4 for All-Solid Lithium-Sulfur Batteries C. Liang, Z. Lin, Z. Liu, N. J. Dudney, A. J. Rondinone, and E. Payzant (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
08:20   331   Kinetically Asymmetric Reaction Pathways on Charging and Discharging LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Electrodes K. Sato, H. Arai, Y. Orikasa, H. Murayama, Y. Koyama, Y. Uchimoto, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
08:40   332   High-Capacity 0.4Li2MnO3·0.6LiNi2/3Mn1/3O2 with Excellent Cyclability for Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Jiang, Z. Yang, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
09:00   333   Fabrication of Macroporous Li2FeSiO4/Carbon Monoliths for a Lithium-Ion Battery G. Hasegawa, M. Sannohe, K. Kanamori, K. Nakanishi, and T. Abe (Kyoto University)
09:20   334   AgxVyOzPO4: Silver Vanadium Phosphorous Oxides as Cathode Materials in Lithium Batteries E. S. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   335   Selenium and Selenium Sulfide − A New Class of Positive Electrode Material for Room Temperature Lithium and Sodium Rechargeable Batteries A. Abouimrane, D. Dambournet, K. W. Chapman, P. J. Chupas, W. Weng, Y. Cui, H. El Tayeb, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
10:20   336   Open Framework Electrodes for Stationary Storage Devices C. D. Wessells, M. Pasta, R. A. Huggins, and Y. Cui (Stanford University)
10:40   337   Solid State Lithium Sulfur Batteries Using a Nanostructured Block Copolymer Electrolyte A. A. Teran (University of California, Berkeley) and N. P. Balsara (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
11:00   338   Spherical Carbon/Sulfur Composite Cathodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries M. A. Loth, F. Rogers, R. Chen, C. Swartz, U. Graham, and S. M. Lipka (University of Kentucky)
11:20   339   SnS2-Graphene Nanocomposite for Advanced Lithium-Ion Battery L. Ji, H. L. Xin, T. R. Kuykendall, S. Wu, H. Zheng, M. Rao, E. J. Cairns, V. Battaglia, and Y. Zhang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
11:40   340   V2O5 Network Structure as Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Xu, M. Dunwell, and H. Luo (New Mexico State University)

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Li Battery Anodes

Co-Chairs: A.K. Shukla and V. Battaglia
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   341   Enhancement of Li Insertion Capacity of Carbon Anode on the Basis of Faradaic Adsorption Combined with Nano-Ionics Mechanism T. Takamura (Harbin Institute of Technology), J. Suzuki, K. Sumiya, and K. Sekine (Rikkyo University)
14:20   342   Microwave Synthesis of Graphene/Sn Nanocomposite Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries F. R. Beck, R. Epur (University of Pittsburgh), A. Manivannan (U.S. Department of Energy), and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)
14:40   343   Understanding Cycle Life Failure Mechansims in Graphite-Silicon Alloy Composite Electrodes by Electrochemical Calorimetry L. J. Krause (3M Corporate Research Laboratory), L. Liu, L. Jensen (3M Co.), V. L. Chevrier (3M Corporate Research Laboratory), and J. Singh (3M Co.)
15:00   344   Tough Solid Composite Electrolytes to Enable Lithium Metal Anodes W. E. Tenhaeff, K. A. Perry (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), E. Herbert (The University of Tennessee), S. Kalnaus, and N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
15:20   345   Study of Conversion Reactions in NiO Using Transmission Electron Microscopy and Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy A. K. Shukla, U. Boesenberg, and J. Cabana (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
15:40   346   Electrochemical Versitility of Carbon for Energy Storage Application L. A. Riley, H. Constantino, and A. Feaver (EnerG2)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village


Co-Chairs: G. Botte and Kathy Ayers
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   347   Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study of Nitrogen Reduction on Novel Mo-N Catalyst Material I. Matanovic, K. Armstrong, L. Daemon (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. Eckert (University of South Florida), F. H. Garzon, A. H. Mueller, and N. J. Henson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
14:20   348   Challenges in Water Electrolysis and Its Development Potential as a Key Technology for Renewable Energies J. Mergel (Forschungszentrum Jülich) and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
14:40   349   Electrochemical Modeling of Anode Supported Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cells (SOEC) in Electrolysis of Carbon Dioxide J. Njodzefon (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Weber (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
15:00   350   Novel Fluorine Doped Transition Metal Oxide (RuxSn1-xO2:F) Oxygen Evolution Electro-Catalysts for Hydrogen Generation from PEM Based Water Electrolysis K. Kadakia, M. Datta, O. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)
15:20   351   Nanostructured Nickel Hydroxides for Urea Electrolysis D. Wang, W. Yan, S. Vijapur, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)
15:40   352   Synthesis of Active Fibrous Perovskite Catalyst and Its Application for Hydrogen Production Y. Jeon, D. Park, M. Park, G. Lee (Yonsei University), J. Park (Kyushu University), and Y. Shul (Yonsei University)

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Emerging Battery Technologies

Co-Chairs: A. Manivannan and P. Kumta
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   353   Electrochemical Behavior of Nanocrystalline MgMnO3 Cubic Defect Spinel Cathode for Rechargeable Magnesium Battery P. Saha, M. Datta (University of Pittsburgh), A. Manivannan (U.S. Department of Energy), and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)
08:20   354   A Novel Boron-Based Electrolyte System for Rechargeable Mg Batteries Y. Guo, J. Yang, F. Zhang, and F. Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
08:40   355   Electrochemical Stability of Metal Electrodes for Reversible Magnesium Deposition/Dissolution in Tetrahydrofuran S. Yagi, A. Tanaka (Osaka Prefecture University), T. Ichitsubo, and E. Matsubara (Kyoto University)
09:00   356   Electrochemical Performances of Tetrathiafulvalene Polymer (TTF) as a Cathode Material for Nonaqueous Secondary Batteries N. Hojo, T. Tsukagoshi, Y. Inatomi, and H. Yoshizawa (Panasonic Corporation)
09:20   357   A Review of Secondary Magnesium Battery R&D at The Dow Chemical Company T. D. Gregory (The Dow Chemical Company)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   358   Magnesium Electrolyte Based on EMImBF4 and δ-[MgCl2]n for Secondary Magnesium Batteries V. Di Noto, F. Bertasi, E. Negro, and S. Lavina (Università di Padova)
10:20   359   Beta-Battery Based on 63Ni/Macroporous Silicon A. Dolgyi, S. Redko, H. Bandarenka, A. Shapel, and V. Bondarenko (Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics)
10:40   360   Developing Novel Electrolytes for Rechargeable Mg Batteries J. Muldoon and C. B. Bucur (Toyota Research Institute of North America)
11:00   361   Improvement of Sulfone-Based Electrolyte for Aluminum Rechargeable Battery Y. Nakayama, Y. Senda (Sony Corporation), H. Kawasaki (KRI, Inc.), S. Chung (The University of Tokyo), N. Koshitani, S. Hosoi, Y. Kudo, and H. Morioka (Sony Corporation)
11:20   362   A Conjugated Sulfidepolymer Battery with Variable Capacitance Controlled by Redox Reaction J. Sakata (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.)
11:40   363   Building a Robust Liquid Metal Battery P. J. Burke, B. H. Chung, A. D. LaDelpha, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
12:00   364   Electrode Kinetics of Low Cost, High-Rate Tolerant, Engineering-Scale Liquid Metal Batteries B. H. Chung, A. D. LaDelpha, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Aqueous Battery

Co-Chairs: S. Narayan and Y. Meng
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   365   Barium Hydroxide and the Rechargeable Performance of the Alkaline γ-MnO2 Electrode M. R. Bailey and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle)
08:20   366   Optimizing Heat Treatment Environment and Atmosphere of Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide for Primary Li/MnO2 Batteries W. M. Dose and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle)
08:40   367   Current Collectors for Secondary Zinc Electrodes P. J. Bonnick and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
09:00   368   Comparison of Pocket Plate and Sintered Plate Ni Electrodes Used in NiFe Cells for PV Back up Applications I. Mabbett, J. Malone, and D. A. Worsley (Swansea University)
09:20   369   Development of a Zinc-Based Battery System for Grid-Scale Energy Storage and Application of Flexographic Printing for the Fabrication Z. Wang, R. Winslow, B. Kim, J. W. Evans, and P. K. Wright (University of California at Berkeley)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   370   Effect of Substitution of Cobalt by Manganese on the Properties of Calcium-Doped Lanthanum Cobalt Oxide for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Medium P. Trinh, S. Malkhandi, N. Moreno, A. Manohar, G. Prakash, S. Narayanan (University of Southern California), and A. Manivannan (U.S. Department of Energy)
10:20   371   Mechanism of Formation of Carbonyl Iron Electrodes in Alkaline Batteries A. Manohar, C. Yang, S. Malkhandi, B. Yang, G. Prakash, and S. Narayanan (University of Southern California)
10:40   372   Exploring the Role of Ionic Interfaces of the High Voltage Lead Acid-Metal Hydride Hybrid Battery G. Weng, C. V. Li, and K. Chan (The University of Hong Kong)
11:00   373  
Zinc Electrodeposition in Zinc-Nickel Flow-Assisted Batteries X. Wei, A. Couzis, and S. Banerjee (The City College of New York)
11:20   374   Modeling and Simulation of an Aqueous Li-Ion Battery with a Complex Electrolyte A. Yermukhambetova, J. H. Pu, and Z. Bakenov (Nazarbayev University)
11:40   375   A High Voltage Grid-Tied Stationary Energy Storage Demonstration Based on The Aqueous Hybrid Ion Battery System J. F. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University), S. Shanbhag, D. Blackwood, W. Campbell, W. Yang, J. Gulakowski (Aquion Energy), A. Mohamed (Carnegie Mellon University), M. Sibenac, J. Weber, and T. Wiley (Aquion Energy)
12:00   376   Elucidating Failure Mechanisms in the Soluble Lead- Acid Flow Battery - Formation of PbO2 at the Cathode M. Verde, K. Carroll, D. Keogh, A. Sathrum (University of California, San Diego), and Y. Meng (University of California San Diego)

Coral 5, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Li Battery Cathodes

Co-Chairs: H. Arai and Manickam Minakshi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   377   Measurements of Effective Electronic and Ionic Conductivities in Porous Li-Ion Electrodes S. Harris, N. Zacharias, C. Skelton, K. Knackstedt, D. Stephenson, Y. Wen, and D. R. Wheeler (Brigham Young University)
10:20   378   Nanostructured CFx Provides Breakthrough in Performance of Li-CFx Cells D. Meshri (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), E. Shembel (Enerize Corporation), S. Meshri, N. C. Mathur, R. Adams (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), V. Redko, T. Pastushkin (Enerize Corporation), I. Maksyuta, A. Markevich, L. Neduzko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), V. Mitkin, and L. Levchenko (Russian Academy of Sciences)
10:40   379   Structure and Electrochemistry of Olivine-Inorganic Composites for Lithium Batteries I. Belharouak, G. Koenig (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. R. Shahbazian-Yassar (Michigan Technological University)
11:00   380   Graphene as a Conductive Additive to Improve the Performance of Layered LiNi0.66Co0.17Mn0.17O2 Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries C. Venkateswara Rao, J. Shojan, and R. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico)
11:20   381   Olivine type LiMn1/3Co1/3Ni1/3PO4 Cathode for Secondary Battery Applications M. Minakshi and P. Singh (Murdoch University)
11:40   382   Effects of LLTO Coating on High Temperature Cycle Life Performance of LiMn2O4 Cathode Material M. Reddy, M. Prabu (National University of Singapore), S. Selvasekarapandian (Material Research Centre), G. Subba Rao, and B. Chowdari (National University of Singapore)
12:00   383   Damage Evaluation of Solid Cells by Intelligent Information Processing on Acoustic Emission Events D. Inaba, K. Fukui (Osaka University), K. Sato, J. Mizusaki, N. Kuwata, J. Kawamura (Tohoku University), and M. Numao (Osaka University)

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village


Co-Chairs: A. Manivannan and Christina M. Johnston
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   384   Advanced Proton Conducting Membrane for Solid Electrochemical Capacitors H. Gao and K. Lian (University of Toronto)
14:20   385   Nanostructured Transition Metal Nitride Supercapacitors: Effects of Composition, Structure, and Electronic Properties on Supercapacitor Response P. Jampani Hanumantha (University of Pittsburgh), A. Manivannan (U.S. Department of Energy), and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)
14:40   386   Influence of Chemical Composition of the Electrolyte and Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids on the Electrical Double Layer Structure and Supercapacitor Characteristics E. Lust, H. Kurig, A. Laheäär, I. Tallo, V. Ivaništšev, L. Siinor, C. Siimenson, A. Jänes, T. Thomberg, K. Lust, and J. Eskusson (University of Tartu)
15:00   387   Carbon /MnO2 Core-Shell Nanofibers for Supercapacitors M. Zhi (West Virginia University), A. Manivannan, F. Meng (U.S. Department of Energy), and N. Wu (West Virginia University)
15:20   388   Distortion of Solvated Structures by Microporous Structures of Carbon Materials N. Ide, J. Nishioka, K. Urita, H. Furukawa, H. Yamada, and I. Moriguchi (Nagasaki University)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   389  
Bio-Enabled, Nanostructured Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices M. Song and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology)
16:20   390   Polymorphic Behavior and Morphology of Electrospun Poly(Vinylidene Fluoride) Separator Materials for Non-Aqueous Based Electric Double Layer Capacitors K. Tõnurist, T. Thomberg, T. Romann, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (University of Tartu)
16:40   391   Conducting Polymers Based on Natural Membranes and Eu3+ R. Leones (University of Minho), M. Fernandes (University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro), R. A. Ferreira (Universidade de Aveiro), F. Sentanin, A. Pawlicka (Universidade de São Paulo), L. D. Carlos (Universidade de Aveiro), V. De Zea Bermudez (University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro), and M. M. Silva (Universidade do Minho)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Flow Battery Cell

Co-Chairs: Adam Weber and Trung Nyugen
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   392   Performance Improvement of a Hydrogen-Bromine Flow Battery K. Cho, A. Weber, Q. He, P. Ridgway, V. Battaglia, and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
14:20   393   Recent Progress in Redox Flow Battery Research and Development at Pacific Northwest National Lab W. Wang, Q. Luo, Z. Nie, M. Vijayakumar, X. Wei, B. Li, F. Chen, B. Chen, Y. Shao, G. Xia, L. Li, and Z. Yang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
14:40   394   New Discharge/Charge Performance Data for a H2-Br2 Flow Battery V. Yarlagadda and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas)
15:00   395   Halogen Flow Batteries for Grid-Scale Electricity Storage B. Huskinson, S. Mondal, J. Rugolo, and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)
15:20   396   Grid-Scale Energy Storage Requirements and the Potential for Halogen-Based Flow Batteries J. Rugolo, B. Huskinson, and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   397   Aqueous Semi-Solid Flow Cell Z. Li, P. Limthongkul, W. Carter, and Y. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
16:20   398   Hydrogen Bromine Redox Flow Battery Cell Performance Study Y. Bai (The University of Tennessee Knoxville), A. B. Papandrew, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
16:40   399   Characterization of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries: An AC Impedance Spectroscopy Study C. Sun (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. S. Aaron (The University of Tennessee Knoxville), A. Papandrew, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
17:00   400   Performance Enhancement, Limitations, and Diagnostics of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries J. T. Clement, A. M. Pezeshki, Q. Liu, A. B. Papandrew, A. Turhan, T. A. Zawodzinski Jr., and M. M. Mench (The University of Tennessee)
17:20   401   Coulombic Efficiency of a Vanadium Redox Flow Cell X. Gao, R. Lynch, M. Leahy, and D. Buckley (University of Limerick)

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Flow Battery Membrane

Co-Chairs: M. Hickner and Alex Papandrew
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   402   Polymer Membrane for Redox Flow Battery Application D. Kim, E. Mi Choi, E. Kang, and K. Kang (Honam Petrochemical Corp.)
08:20   403   Role of Membrane Properties on Species Crossover and Capacity Loss of a Vanadium Redox Flow Battery K. W. Knehr, E. Agar, C. R. Dennison, A. R. Kalidindi (Drexel University), D. Chen, M. Hickner (The Pennsylvania State University), and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University)
08:40   404   Redox Flow Battery in Combination with Hydrogen Evolution/Oxidation Electrode Z. Siroma, S. Yamazaki, M. Yao, N. Fujiwara, M. Asahi, and T. Ioroi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
09:00   405   Nonaqueous Redox Flow Battery Development at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory W. Wang, W. Xu, L. Cosimbescu, D. Choi, L. Li, and Z. Yang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
09:20   406  
Effect of Porous Electrode Configuration on Redox Flow Battery Performance S. Kim (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), D. Stephenson (Brigham Young University), G. Xia, Z. Nie, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   407   Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Efficiency and Durability Studies of Sulfonated Diels Alder Poly(Phenylene)s C. H. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Kim (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), R. Stanis (Gas Technology Institute), and M. Hickner (The Pennsylvania State University)
10:20   408   Direct Measurement of Vanadium Crossover in an Operating Vanadium Redox Flow Battery D. C. Sing and J. P. Meyers (The University of Texas at Austin)
10:40   409  
Component Optimization for High Performance Redox Flow Batteries S. Kim (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), D. Chen (The Pennsylvania State University), Z. Nie (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), M. Hickner (The Pennsylvania State University), C. H. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratories), and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
11:00   410   Redox-Active Organic Molecules for Non-Aqueous Flow Batteries F. R. Brushett, L. Zhang, J. T. Vaughey, and A. N. Jansen (Argonne National Laboratory)
11:20   411   Crossover Measurements for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries Using Electron Spin Resonance J. S. Lawton, A. M. Jones, D. S. Aaron, Z. Tang (The University of Tennessee Knoxville), A. Papandrew, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
11:40   412   Cationic Uptake Influence on PFSA Membrane Performance in Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Z. Tang, J. S. Lawton, D. S. Aaron (The University of Tennessee Knoxville), A. Papandrew, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells I

Co-Chairs: J. S. Hardy and Ryan O'Hare
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   413   Fabrication and Performance Evaluation of Direct Methane Fueled Ni-GDC Anode-Supported SOFC Unit Cells Operated at Intermediate Temperature (650 ℃) H. Ko, J. Myung, J. Lee, and S. Hyun (Yonsei University)
08:20   414   Effects of Sn-Doped Ni-Based Anodes on Performance and Durability of CH4-Fueled SOFCs J. Myung, H. Ko, J. Lee, and S. Hyun (Yonsei University)
08:40   415   Enhanced Densification of SDC Barrier Layers on Anode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells J. W. Templeton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Lu (Praxair Inc.), J. S. Hardy, and J. W. Stevenson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
09:00   416   Tubular Segmented-in-Series Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Metallic Interconnect Films: Performance Study through Mathematical Modeling J. Lee, B. Son, S. Park, S. Lee, T. Lim, and R. Song (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
09:20   417   Anode-Supported Flat-Tubular SOFCs with Ag-Infiltrated Cathodes: Performance and Durability R. Song, J. Lee, S. Lee, T. Lim, and S. Park (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   418   Non Noble Metal Thin Film Solid Oxide Fuel Cell I. Chang, S. Ji, Y. Lee, and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
10:20   419   Sputtered Thin Film Pt vs LSCF for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Y. Lee, I. Chang, S. Ji, and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
10:40   420   Enhanced Oxide Ion Kinetics in Low-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells by Atomic Layer Deposited Cermet Interlayer J. An, Y. Kim, T. M. Gür, and F. B. Prinz (Stanford University)
11:00   421   Performance and Stability of Zn-Doped BSCF Cathode for IT-SOFCs D. Jung, H. Park, J. Kim, K. Moon, S. Seo, and C. Kwak (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)
11:20   422  
Fabrication of Ni-YSZ Nano-Composite Electrode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells via Thin Film Technique G. Cho, Y. Lee, J. Choi, and S. Cha (Seoul National University)

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Fuel Cell/Energy Conversion

Co-Chairs: S. Mukerjee and Aswin Manohar
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   423   A New-Style Energy Conversion Scheme: Photo-Assist Fuel Cell Based on Titania Nanotube Arrays P. Xiao, H. He, F. Liu, and Y. Zhang (Chongqing University)
14:20   424   CdS/CdSe Co-Sensitized Quantum Dots Solar Cells with Different Density of ZnO Nanowire Arrays J. Tian, Z. Liang, R. Gao, Q. Zhang, and G. Cao (University of Washington)
14:40   425   Regenerative Fuel Cells for Grid Applications V. Yufit and N. Brandon (Imperial College London)
15:00   426   The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Powertrain Possible Roles in the Post Kyoto Perspective in the Pacific RIM Area M. Romeri (Independent Consultant)
15:20   427   Preparation and Characterization of Ti Based Supports for Electrochemical Energy Conversion Devices S. Siracusano, A. Stassi, E. Modica, V. Baglio, and A. Aricò (CNR-ITAE)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   428   Understanding Oxygen Reduction in Complex Metal Organic and Inorganic Composites for Fuel Cell, Electrolyzer and Energy Storage Applications S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), T. M. Arruda (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), K. Abraham, M. Trahan, and N. Ramaswamy (Northeastern University)
16:20   429   Electrochemical Reactions on Oriented Pt-V and Pt-Ni-V Metal Alloy Thin Films C. C. Hays, M. A. Johnson, P. Bahrami, J. G. Kulleck, and H. Greer (California Institute of Technology)
16:40   430  
Remote Performance Monitoring of Photovoltaic Systems with Battery Storage S. Petrovic, G. Kirby, J. Bockelman, M. Payne, J. Fuscaldo, N. Oester, J. Belanger, and P. Lackey (Oregon Institute of Technology)

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

B1 - Poster Session

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   431   Electrical Explosion Synthesis of Si/C Nanocomposites for Li Secondary Batteries D. Kim, Y. Ha, C. Cho, H. Choi, S. Choi, and C. Doh (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute)
o   432   Modifications in Nernst-Planck Equation for Solid State Electrochemistry in the 21st Century T. Miyashita (Miyashita Clinic)
o   433   Composite Cathodes Based on Sm0.5Sr0.5CoO3-δ for Anode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells H. Kim (Yeungnam University) and Y. Park (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology)
o   434   Surface Modification of Si/C Composite Materials for Improving Distribution of Si Nano-Particles H. Seo, K. Kim (Korea University), and C. Yi (Sungshin Women's University)
o   435   Fe-Substituted Li3V2(PO4)3 as High Rate Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries S. Wu, M. Chen, W. Pang, and F. Liu (Tatung University)
o   436   Lithium-Sulfur Battery Development S. Urbonaite (Paul Scherrer Institute), A. Garsuch (BASF SE), and P. Novák (Paul Scherrer Institute)
o   437   Effect of Synthesis Method on the Activity of Carbon-Supported Copper Catalysts toward CO2 Electroreduction B. Spigarelli, Z. Wang, W. Li (Michigan Technological University), and O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory)
o   438   The Comparative Performance of Carbon Felt Electrodes for Vanadium-Redox Flow Batteries According to Surface Treatment and Heat Treatment Conditions T. Jung, S. Kim, H. Jeon, K. Kwon, and H. Lee (Hyundai Heavy Industries)
o   439   Performance Test of a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell and LiFePO4 Battery Hybrid Electric Vehicles B. Lee, D. Peck, S. Kim, S. Lim, and D. Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   440   Tape Casting, Lamination and Sintering of Calcium-Doped Lanthanum Chromite for SOFC Interconnects D. Hernandez Rubio, A. C. Hoffmann (University of Bergen), E. Dorolti (Babes-Bolyai University), and C. Suciu (University of Bergen)
o   441   Three-Dimensional Modeling on the effect of Active Cooling for a Lithium-Ion Battery Pack J. Yi, C. Shin (Ajou University), Y. Hong, and C. Kim (EIG Ltd.)
o   442   A Novel SOFC Anode Material: Cu Doped La0.75Sr0.25Cr0.5Mn0.5O3−δ L. Sun, Y. Yin, T. Ze, and Z. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
o   443   Performances of Aqueous Lithium-Ion Battery with Hydrogel Electrolyte K. Nakamoto, S. Park, S. Okada (Kyushu University), and S. Mitsui (Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
o   444   Synthesis of Highly Redox Stable Double-Perovskite Oxide Sr2MgMoO6-δ in Air J. Yin, Y. Yin, Z. Tong, and Z. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
o   445   Atomic Layer Deposition of Platinum Electrodes for LT-SOFCs Y. Kim, J. An, and F. B. Prinz (Stanford University)
o   446   Physico-Chemical and Electrochemical Properties of Ni Perovskite Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anode for Glycerol Oxidation G. Monforte, M. Lo Faro, M. Minutoli, V. Antonucci, and A. Aricò (CNR-ITAE)
o   447   Application of Anion-Exchange Membranes for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery J. Shim, J. Jeon, S. Park, B. Lee, and K. Shin (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   448   Synthesis and Physical Properties of Proton Conductors, A-Mg(PO3)3 · yH2O (A : Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+ and NH4+) M. Hirayama, Y. Matsuda (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Yonemura (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization), and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o   449   Acetylene Black Modified 3D SnS2 Nanoflowers with High Electrochemical Performance for Lithium-Ion Battery M. He, L. Yuan, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
o   450   Electrochemical Properties of NAFION Coated Hydriding Combustion Synthesized Mg Based Alloy S. Kim, M. Chourashiya, C. Park, and C. Park (Chonnam National University)
o   451   Preparation of Ni(OH)2 Nanowall/Ni Electrode and Its Application in Lithium-Ion Battery T. Li, S. Ni, and X. Yang (Three Gorges University)
o   452   A One-Dimensional Model for Air-Breathing Direct Methanol Fuel Cells J. Park (Seoul National University), S. Ha (Nanyang Technological University), and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
o   453   Novel Synthesis of SnO2/Graphite Composite as Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Zhou, X. Yang, and S. Ni (Three Gorges University)
o   454   Preparation of 3D Porous Silicon Powders with Fluoride-Free Technology C. Shi, X. Yang, D. Yu, and L. Zhang (Three Gorges University)
o   455   Preparation of Chitosan /GPTMS Anion-Exchange Membranes via the Sol-Gel Routes for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Applications Y. Huang, S. Huang, K. Hsueh, and B. Wong (National United University)
o   456   Electrochemical Properties of MnO2/Carbon Composites by Microwave Heating Y. Chun (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   457   Study of the Kinetics of Vanadium (II)/(III) Redox Reaction H. Yang, K. Hsueh (National United University), C. Hsieh (Institute of Nuclear Energy Research), and J. Hung (National United University)
o   458   Membrane Permeability Measurement of Vanadium Ions C. Wu (Industrial Technology Research Institute), Y. Huang, Y. Chiu, S. Huang, and K. Hsueh (National United University)
o   459   Function and Performance of the Separator Membrane in Red-Ox Flow Batteries and Why Proton Exchange Based Membrane Might Not Be the Best Choice K. A. Lewinski (3M)
o   460   A Numerical Study of the Electrochemical Performance with the Electrolytic Flow Conditions in Vanadium Redox Flow Battery J. Kim (Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.) and H. Lee (Hyundai Heavy Industries)
o   461   A Novel High Power - Long Cycle Life Energy Storage System for Large-Scale Applications H. Jin, D. Ren (National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy), G. H. Brilmyer (Batt-Tek Consulting LLC), and M. T. Nispel (Sierra Power Group)

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Coral 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells II

Co-Chairs: T. M. Gur and J. W. Stevenson
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   462   The Development of MT-HF-SOFCs Using New Fabrication Techniques N. Droushiotis and G. H. Kelsall (Imperial College London)
08:20   463   Performance Enhancement of Solid Oxide Storage Battery X. Zhao, N. Xu, X. Li, Y. Gong, and K. Huang (University of South Carolina)
08:40   464   Research and Development Activities of SOFC in Pohang, Korea N. M. Sammes (POSTECH) and J. Chung (Pohang University of Science and Technology)
09:00   465   A Novel High Temperature Metal - Air Battery W. W. Drenckhahn, M. Kuehne, T. Soller (Siemens AG), K. Litzinger, J. Shull, A. Iyengar (Siemens Energy Inc.), H. Greiner, H. Landes, A. Leonide, and C. Schuh (Siemens Corporate Technology)
09:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
09:40   466   Preparation of Ashless Coal and Its Oxidation in a Coin Type Direct Carbon Fuel Cell C. Lee and W. Kim (Hanbat National University)
10:00   467   Oxide Solid/Melt Composites as Ion Transport Membranes for Oxygen Separation from Air V. V. Belousov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
10:20   468   Synthesis and Characterization of Functional Ceramic Nanopowders by Thermal Oxidation of Metal-Alginate Gels Z. Wang, G. Kale, and M. Ghadiri (University of Leeds)
10:40   469   A Novel BaCo0.4Fe0.4Zr0.2O3-δ Cathode for Intermediate Temperature Proton-Conducting SOFC M. Shang, J. Tong, and R. O'Hayre (Colorado School of Mines)
11:00   470   A Study of Anode -Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with YSZ/GDC Bilayer Electrolyte Using Dry Press Process H. Choi and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
11:20   471   Dynamic Response Analysis of a Molten Carbonate Fuel cell Using a Sinusoidal Impedance Approach M. Yousef Ramandi, P. Berg, and I. Dincer (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)
11:40   472   In-Operando X-ray Diffraction of LSCF Cathodes on Anode-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells J. S. Hardy, J. W. Templeton, and J. W. Stevenson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Coral 2, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village


Co-Chairs: B. Liaw and V. Subramanian
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   473   3D Coupled Thermofluid-Thermomechanical Modelling and Experimental Validation of a Whole Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System M. Peksen, A. Al-MASRI, L. Blum (Forschungszentrum Jülich), and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
08:20   474   Reverse Breakdown in Bipolar Membranes N. Craig (UC Berkeley) and J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley)
08:40   475   Electrochemical and Mechanical Reliability of Three Dimensionally Reconstructed Electrode Microstructures D. Chung, D. Ely (Purdue University), P. Shearing (University College London), N. Brandon (Imperial College), S. Harris (General Motors), and E. García (Purdue University)
09:00   476   Application of the Molecular Interaction Volume Model (MIVM) to Ca-Based Liquid Alloys S. Poizeau and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
09:20   477   Electrochemical-Thermal Coupled Simulation of Lithium-Ion Secondary Batteries Using New Lumped Model N. Baba, H. Yoshida, M. Nagaoka, C. Okuda, and S. Kawauchi (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.)
09:40   478  
Lattice Boltzmann Modeling of Advection-Diffusion Transport with Electrochemical Reactions in a Porous SOFC Anode Structure H. Paradis and B. Sundén (Lund University)
10:00   479   Synthesize Battery Degradation Modes via a Diagnostic Model M. Dubarry, C. Truchot, and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
10:20   480   Modeling of Heat Transfer in a Fluidized Bed Carbon Fuel Cell G. J. Armstrong, B. R. Alexander, R. E. Mitchell, and T. M. Gür (Stanford University)
10:40   481   Iinfluences of Cells Assembling on Energetic Models and Simulations of Li-Ion Packs for Electric Vehicles Applications K. Mamadou, T. Delaplagne, S. Hing, and F. Karoui (CEA-INES)
11:00   482   The Impact of Diffusion-Induced Convection on Transference Number Measurements J. Liu and C. W. Monroe (University of Michigan)
11:20   483   A Model for Energy Storage Systems in the Frequency Domain E. M. Krieger and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University)
11:40   484   Study of Energy Storage Materials Using Multi-Length Scale 3D Electron Microscopy A. K. Shukla, P. Ercius, N. Krins, A. Gautam, S. Wu, J. Cabana, G. Chen, T. J. Richardson, V. Srinivasan, and U. Dahmen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
12:00   485   Modeling of Volume Change Behavior of Porous Electrodes K. Kanneganti, J. Moraveji, and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)
12:20   486   Towards Onboard Battery Management Systems Using Physics-Based Efficient Reformulated Models B. Suthar, V. Ramadesigan, P. Northrop (Washington University), W. Sung (Hyundai Motor Company), and V. Subramanian (Washington University)