2nd Annual Workshop “Electrochemical Energy Storage: Current Progress and Future Opportunities”

Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEE)

Skoltech/MIT/MSU Joint Collaboration

2nd Annual Workshop

“Electrochemical Energy Storage: Current Progress and Future Opportunities”

July 18, 2016

Location: Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

K. J. Stevenson, Carl Thompson, and Alexei Khokhlov, Organizers

The Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEE) will host their 2nd Annual electrochemistry workshop entitled “Electrochemical Energy Storage: Current Progress and Future Opportunities”. The CEE is a collaboration between the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Moscow State University (MSU). This second workshop, featuring scientists and researchers from these universities and institutes, will discuss key issues that hinder advances in advanced energy storage technologies. For instance, multi-ion batteries have the potential of significantly increased energy densities and high power operation. Organic batteries offer the possibility of higher energy densities, as well as creation of batteries with reduced weight. Integrated, regenerative fuel cell and electrolysis systems provide fuel generation and energy storage as well as carbon neutral electricity generation. Several different perspectives will be presented from experts covering areas including the development of new approaches to synthesis of materials, computational materials design, characterization of materials (including innovations in in situ characterization of electrochemical processes), and device prototyping.

For additional information on this workshop, visit the CEE website at http://crei.skoltech.ru/cee or contact us the organizers via email ,

Workshop Program
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