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In addition to keynotes on ground-breaking technologies and leader roundtables on far-reaching discussions of industry updates and visions into the future, our 2019 conference will bring you up-to-the-minute educational sessions in these custom-tailored tracks.

See conference tracks below.

Advanced Battery Technologies Industry Outlook
Examine emerging next-gen battery forecasts and how that will impact business planning. We’ll also look at ways to take advantage of emerging battery design methods.

Topics of focus include:
New concepts in battery development, battery markets and future rollout, intellectual property, new methods of advanced battery design (simulation, machine learning).

Advanced Battery Materials
Become familiar with newly available materials and their best uses. This track will also consider new battery material recycling regulations that your business will need to meet.

Topics of focus include:
Next generation materials, new technologies, lead acid batteries, lithium ion batteries (manufacturing, modeling, recycling), and overall battery recycling.

Battery Design & Manufacturing
Look at safety and recycling considerations to address during battery chemistry R&D, and ways to take advantage of emerging battery design methods. We’ll also discuss the newest thermal management considerations that will reduce charging times and prevent failures.

Topics of focus include:
Thermal management (cooling, performance, new technologies), processes, BMS, simulation, plants, safety, and specialized design needs such as for mobile consumer and medical devices.

Stationary Power
Examine the steps an essential facility should take to mitigate the risk of power failure, and consider how microgrids can improve your bottom line.

Topics of focus include:
Energy storage, critical power, essential power installations such as data centers and medical facilities, regulation and policies, compliance requirements, risk management, microgrids, improving efficiency, and renewable energy.


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