Prof. Palacín at the International Battery Seminar & Exhibit 2019 in Florida

Prof. M. Rosa Palacín from ICMAB-CSIC was invited to give a featured presentation at the 36th Annual International Battery Seminar & Exhibit at Fort Lauderdale Convention Center in Florida (USA) on March 26, 2019.

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Founded in 1983, the International Battery Seminar & Exhibit has established itself as the premier event showcasing the state of the art of worldwide energy storage technology developments for consumer, automotive, military, and industrial applications. Key thought leaders are gathered yearly to not only provide broad perspectives, but also informed insights into significant advances in materials, product development, manufacturing, and application for all battery systems and enabling technologies. As the longest-running annual battery industry event in the world, this meeting has always been the preferred venue to announce significant developments, new products, and showcase the most advanced battery technology. For example, Sony chose the International Battery Seminar as the platform to first announce its lithium-ion technology in 1991, an accomplishment that has since gone on to change the world. Attendance has more than doubled since joining Cambridge EnerTech in 2015! This year, nearly 1 000 battery researchers, representing some of the most successful and famous brands in the world - like 3M, Amazon, Apple, BASF, Black & Decker, BMW, Bosch, BYD, Dell, Dow Chemical, Dyson, Facebook, Fiat Chrysler, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Google, Honda, Hitachi, Hyundai, Intel, LG, Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, Motorola, Nissan Motor Company, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Subaru, Toyota, Uber, Volvo, and hundreds more - convened in Fort Lauderdale for the 36th Annual International Battery Seminar & Exhibit.

Prof. Palacín discussed “Li-ion Battery Aging: Lessons Learnt on the Way to the Future” under the “Safety” topic of the Next Generation Battery Research session.

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'CARBAT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme H2020-FETOPEN-1-2016-2017 (CARBAT, grant agreement No 766617).'

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