This is the 2021 edition of the International Battery Manufacturing Days – Webinar Series that we have organized for the first time in 2020 within the context of the ARTISTIC Project dealing with battery manufacturing modeling and characterization, lead by Prof. Alejandro A. Franco and funded by the European Research Council. Last year event was a great success: the Webinar Series had 650+ registrants from all over the World and excellent feedback from attendees.
Free of charge, this Webinar Series is devoted to battery scientists and engineers, stakeholders as well as to students interested in the energy field. It aims at creating a forum of discussion about the links between battery manufacturing process and electrode properties, encompassing both (physical and machine learning) modeling and experimental approaches. The agenda combines talks given by the ARTISTIC project team members and invited lectures given by recognized battery scientists from Europe and North America.
After having introduced the online App "Data Explorer" in 2020, this year the ARTISTIC project team members will present the ARTISTIC latest works and will introduce the "Online Manufacturing Digital Twin", an online service which will allow users to launch battery electrode manufacturing simulations from Internet, to analyze and download the calculation results, among others, everything free of charge.
Confirmed invited speakers include Prof. Shirley Meng (University of California San Diego), Dr. Scott Roberts (Sandia National Lab), Dr. Sam Cooper (Imperial College of London), Elixabete Ayerbe (CIDETEC Energy Storage), Dr. Donal Finegan (NREL), Prof. Martin Bazant (MIT), Prof. Sebastian Thiede (University of Twente), Prof. Paul Shearing (UCL), Prof. Arnulf Latz (DLR), Prof. Bernard Lestriez (IMN), Dr. Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW) and Dr. Yinghui Yin (SAFT Batteries).
One special focus of the Solar Integration Workshop will be storage integration. Many renewable energy sources like solar and wind energy produce variable power. Storage systems provide a way to level out the imbalances between supply and demand. Thus, electricity production need not be drastically scaled up and down to meet momentary consumption. Instead, transmission from the combination of generators plus storage facilities is maintained at a more constant level. Storage systems constantly grow in their usability, efficiency and number of use cases. More than enough reason to discuss the development in storage integration in detail and dedicate this year’s special topic to storage.
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