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Solid-State Batteries: Innovations, Promising Start-ups, Future Roadmap

9-10 February 2022
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About the Event

This LIVE (online) conference will explore the trends in development and commercialization of solid state batteries, bringing together all the stakeholders and innovators ranging from material developers to innovative startups to OEMs and application developers

Topics Covered

Solid State Batteries | Start Ups | Scale Up | R2R | Novel Cathode Composites | Emerging Electrolyte Material Families | AI in Material Discovery and Optimization | LiS | Graphene | Reactive Metals | Al | Sodium | Zn | VACNT | Green Solvents | Si Anode | Fluoride Cathodes | Solvent Free | Ni-Rich NMCs | 3D Architectures | Additively Manufactured | Novel Cermaics

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9 February 2022

TechBlick

Wednesday

Welcome & Introduction

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2.00pm

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Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

Founder & CEO

Welcome & Introduction

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2.00pm

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9 February 2022

E-Magy

Wednesday

Nano-porous silicon for high-energy silicon-dominant batteries

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2:10pm

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Casper Peeters

CEO

A major improvement for the next generation of Li-ion batteries is the introduction of silicon as material for the anode, bringing capacity and fast charging to the next level. The biggest challenge of applying silicon-dominant anodes in Li-ion batteries, is silicon's tendency to expand during cycling.

E-magy has invented and manufactures micron-sized silicon particles with nanopores that overcome this challenge by containing that expansion within the nanopores themselves. Li-ion batteries with anodes made of E-magy silicon hold 40% more energy than those made of graphite. It's the low-cost, drop-in solution compatible with existing production lines that the EV industry needs – as currently verified by R&D managers of more than a dozen leading automotive and battery manufacturer brands.

All, Solid State Batteries, Si Anode and Next-Gen Li-Ion Chemistry, Energy Storage, Batteries and Fuel Cells, b, Advanced Materials

Nano-porous silicon for high-energy silicon-dominant batteries

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2:10pm

A major improvement for the next generation of Li-ion batteries is the introduction of silicon as material for the anode, bringing capacity and fast charging to the next level. The biggest challenge of applying silicon-dominant anodes in Li-ion batteries, is silicon's tendency to expand during cycling.

E-magy has invented and manufactures micron-sized silicon particles with nanopores that overcome this challenge by containing that expansion within the nanopores themselves. Li-ion batteries with anodes made of E-magy silicon hold 40% more energy than those made of graphite. It's the low-cost, drop-in solution compatible with existing production lines that the EV industry needs – as currently verified by R&D managers of more than a dozen leading automotive and battery manufacturer brands.

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9 February 2022

Nanoramic Laboratories

Wednesday

Silicon-Dominant and NMC Electrodes Through an NMP-free/ PVDF-free Process for High Energy Li-i