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Energy Storage Papers 2016

20-21 April, 2016

Plats: Innventia AB, Drottning Kristinas väg 61, Stockholm

Energy Storage Papers gathers research expertise, end-users, and stake holders in the field of novel energy storage materials printable electronics, electrochemical energy storage systems, users of energy storage systems and paper processing industry.

Energy Storage Papers 2016

We start 20 April at 9:00 and end 21 April at 16:00. Welcome reception at Innventia 19 April at 19:00. The event is held at Innventia, Drottning Kristinas väg 61, in Stockholm, .

Important information: 
Last date to register 12 April.  
Fee is SEK 2500 incl VAT for Early bird registrations made by February 22.
For registrations made after 23 February the fee is SEK 3000 incl VAT.
Students pay SEK 1000 incl VAT.
Fee includes symposioum and workshops 20-21 April, welcome reception 19 April, two lunches and a dinner 20 April. Invoice will be sent by e-mail upon registration.

For registration, program and hotel, see the right column

Lower cost for energy storage is a prerequisite for increased use of renewable energy sources and smart energy solutions. The Modulit project addresses the cost of integrating serial electrochemical storage cells into balanced and protected modules. Electrochemical storage cells are printed on one and the same substrate as circuits to protect and balance storage cells. Essentially, Modulit applies the integration technologies that have revolutionized electronics to electrochemical energy storage.

The Modulit concept needs printable electrode materials, printable electronics, high transconductance transistor channels, materials and processes for large area manufacturing of energy storage cells. Sustainable materials, for example cellulose-based materials are used to the extent possible, as substrates and as support material in energy storage materials. A long term goal is to utilize large scale production capacity of paper production techniques and large area printing to lower energy storage costs. 

Speakers

Anna Andersson/Stefan Thorburn, Dr. ABB AB Corporate Research, Sweden
Xavier Crispin, Prof., Linköping University, Norrköping, Sweden
Gero Decher, Prof., University of Strasbourg, France
Emil Edvardsson, QR-Tech AB, Mölndal, Sweden
Mahiar Hamedi
, Dr., Harvard University, Boston, USA
Lars Hoffmann, National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, Trollhättan, Sweden
Sven Forsberg, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
Michael Korell, Dr., Evonik Creavis GmbH, Germany
Sang-Young Lee, Prof., Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) South Korea
Patrik Lindergren, Chargestorm AB, Norrköping, Sweden
Stefan Svensson, MoRe Research, Sweden
Jana Zaumseil, Prof. Dr., Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany
Ronald Österbacka, Prof., Åbo Akademi, Finland 

 

Contributors from the MODULIT project

Robert Forchheimer, Prof., Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
Sven Forsberg, Prof., Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
Hjalmar Granberg, Dr., Innventia AB, Stockholm, Sweden
Mats Sandberg, Dr., Acreo Swedish ICT AB
Lars Wågberg, Prof., Royal Inst. of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Organizers 

Energy Storage Papers 2016 is organized by participants the MODULIT project: Acreo Swedish ICT AB, SICS-East Swedish ICT AB, Innventia AB, Royal Institute of Technology, Mid Sweden University, and Linköping University.

Organizers for Energy Papers Storage 2016

The Energy Storage Papers 2016 is sponsored by BillerudKorsnäs and the MODULIT Project is financed by the Swedish Energy Agency.

The Energy Storage Papers 2016 is sponsored by BillerudKorsnäs and the MODULIT Project is financed by the Swedish Energy Agency.