243rd ECS Meeting Topic Close-up: A05 – Sodium and Zinc Batteries

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Symposium A05—Sodium and Zinc Batteries

Extended deadline for submitting abstracts:
December 16, 2022


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Symposium focus: Na- and Zn-based batteries have intrinsic advantages in safety/materials sustainability and are among the most promising technologies for grid-scale storage and behind meter applications. This symposium is designed to provide a stage for worldwide battery researchers, electrochemists, and materials scientists to discuss recent progresses on topics not limited to: i) Aqueous and non-aqueous Na-ion/Zn batteries; ii) Solid state Na-ion batteries; iii) Zn-air batteries. All submissions on innovations of electrode materials, electrolyte and electrolyte additives, interfaces/interphases modifications, separators, and battery designs are welcome. Battery safety and reliability validation, advanced characterization, and mechanistic studies using modeling and machine learning are also encouraged.

Invited Speakers:

  • Mengya Li, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Jeffery Long, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
  • William Brant, Uppsala universitet, Altris
  • Ruth Sayers, Faradion
  • Andrej Singer, Cornell University
  • Emily Foley, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Ivana Hasa, University of Warwick
  • Shirley Meng, University of Chicago, Argon National Laboratory
  • Kang Xu, U.S. Army Research Lab
  • Colin Wessells, Natron Energy
  • Sanjoy Banerjee, The City College of New York, Urban Electric Power
  • Nian Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Shinichi Komaba, Tokyo University of Science
  • Prabeer Barpanda, Indian Institute of Science
  • Seung-Taek Myung, Sejong University
  • Chao Luo, George Mason University
  • Bin Ouyang, Florida State University
  • Marca Doeff, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Esther Takeuchi, Stony Brook University

For more information, consult the Call for Papers.


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