244th ECS Meeting Topic Close-up: A07 – Interplay Between Temperature and Battery Phenomenon

244th ECS Meeting Topic Close-up: A05 – Interplay Between Temperature and Battery Phenomenon

Image credit: Vecteezy

Topic Close-up 10


A07—Interplay Between Temperature and Battery Phenomenon

Extended abstract deadline:
April 21, 2023

For additional information on symposia offered at the 244th ECS Meeting symposia, consult more topic close-ups.

Submit today!

Symposium focus: The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researchers investigating interactions between temperature and battery behavior at a range of length scales, time scales, and severity. Batteries generate heat nonlinearly during charge and discharge, requiring the need for thermal management or heat rejection. Further, growing interest in extreme conditions, like low temperature environments or fast charging, exacerbate self-heating behaviors, drawing attention to local and global temperature variations. The complex and stochastic electrochemical phenomenon of batteries, especially in Li-ion systems, demands fundamental understanding, instrumentation, and multi-physics modeling for informed thermal management design.

For more information, please consult the Call for Papers


All content provided in the ECS blog is for informational purposes only. The opinions and interests expressed here do not necessarily represent ECS's positions or views. ECS makes no representation or warranties about this blog or the accuracy or reliability of the blog. In addition, a link to an outside blog or website does not mean that ECS endorses that blog or website or has responsibility for its content or use.