Tuesday, September 24, 2019

This session introduces a historical prospective of batteries, detailed battery definitions and features (electrical, mechanical, standards, etc.). Module 1 lays the foundation for the attendants to share a common “battery language” and provides all the background needed for upcoming modules.

This session reviews and compares primary battery chemistries (Alkaline Manganese Dioxide, Zinc Carbon, Zinc Chloride, Silver Zinc, Nickel Oxyhydroxide, Lithium Iron Disulfide, Lithium Iodine, Lithium Manganese Dioxide, Lithium Carbon Monofluride, Lithium Sulfur Dioxide, Lithium Thionyl Chloride, Lithium Sulfuryl Chloride, Lithium Bromine Chloride and High Power Organic Lithium).

This session reviews and compares rechargeable batteries chemistries (Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Rechargeable Alkaline, Lithium Ion and Lithium Polymer).

This session reviews manufacturing process techniques for conventional and pouch cells.

This session reviews battery chargers, charging techniques per battery chemistry, charging problems and solutions, personal chargers, industrial chargers and charger types by charging time.

This session reviews and compares Military batteries & Chargers (Primary, Rechargeable Batteries).

This session introduces battery design processes (cell and raw materials selection, cell level testing, battery design documents, battery electrical, mechanical and safety design and final verification tests (electrical, mechanical, safety).

This session introduces the safety risks along the battery cycle life and provides safety guidelines for safety event elimination. Module 8 also addresses the procedures involved in handling safety events, including first aid.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

This module explains the battery supply chain from raw material to final products including the names of the leading manufacturers on each segment.

This session introduces battery disposal requirements and updates disposal status in Europe and the US.

This session introduces the “Smart Battery” technology, including single wire and smart battery communications bus and its advantages.

This session introduces battery testing techniques, available systems and their features.

This session introduces and reviews the common energy storage systems for the grid.

This session reviews and compares ultra-capacitor types and their market status.

This session introduces EVs driving range problem and energy solutions.

The new electric automotive revolution

EV Batteries

EV Fuel Cells

EV Metal Air systems

EV Battery SWAP

EV Charging infrastructure

Seminar pricing

Early Registration discount until August 24, 2019: € 800 + VAT
Registration from August 25, 2019: € 880 + VAT
Early Registration discount until August 24, 2019: € 400 + VAT
Registration from August 25, 2019: € 470 + VAT
* VAT not included (21% IVA)
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*** 10% discount for 3+ group attendees (for more information, contact to

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