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Lithium Batteries June 19–24, 2016 w Chicago, Illinois

Meeting Program

IMLB 2016 is managed by ECS


Volume 72– S a n D i e g o , C a l i f o r n i a

from the San Diego meeting, May 29—June 2, 2016

The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the San Diego meeting. All issues are available in electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased, beginning on May 20, 2016, by visiting www.electrochem.org/online-store. Some issues are also available in CD/USB editions. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. (All prices are in U.S. dollars; M = ECS member price; NM = nonmember price.)

Available Issues Vol. 72 Engineering Carbon Hybrids - Carbon Electronics 2 No. 1 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 Vol. 72 Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: No. 2 Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session HC ................................M $97.00, NM $121.00 Vol. 72 More-than-Moore 3 No. 3 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00

Vol. 72 Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials No. 5 and Devices 17 CD/USB.............................M $121.00, NM $151.00 Vol. 72 Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in No. 6 Biology and Medicine 3 CD/USB ............. M $96.00, NM $119.00 Vol. 72 Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10 No. 7 CD/USB................... M $140.00, NM $176.00

Vol. 72 Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies No. 4 for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 CD/USB..............................M $116.00, NM $145.00

Forthcoming Issues Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy

SAN C01

Corrosion General Session

SAN D02

Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14

SAN A02

Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati

SAN D04

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

SAN A03

Large-Scale Energy Storage 7

SAN E01

Electrophoretic Deposition

SAN A04

Battery Modeling and Computation

SAN E02

SAN A05

Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Low-cost Energy Storage

Three-Dimensional Electrodeposition and Electroless Deposition

SAN F01

SAN B01

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

SAN H03

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials

SAN I01

State-of-the-Art Invited Tutorials on Model/Experiment Coupling in Low Temperature Fuel Cells

SAN A01

SAN B02 SAN B03

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

SAN K02

Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies

AN L01

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

SAN L02

Electrocatalysis 8

SAN L03

Biological Fuel Cells 7

SAN L06

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes

SAN L07

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis

SAN M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session

SAN M02

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors

SAN Z01

General Society Student Poster Session

SAN Z02

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4

SAN B04

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

SAN I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2

SAN B05

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory

SAN I04

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2

SAN Z03

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN B06

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

SAN I05

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN Z05

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing

SAN Z06

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design

SAN B07

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

SAN B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies

SAN K01

12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

Ordering Information To order any of these recently-published titles, please visit the ECS Digital Library, http://ecsdl.org/ECST/ Email: customerservice@electrochem.org 4/15/16


IMLB Welcomes you to Chicago!

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n behalf of the IMLB 2016 Scientific and Organizing Committees I am pleased to welcome you to the 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries in Chicago, IL from June 19 to 24, 2016.

IMLB 2016 is the premier international conference on the state of lithium battery science and technology, as well as current and future applications in transportation, commercial, aerospace, biomedical, and other promising sectors. Convening in the heart of downtown Chicago, the conference is expected to draw 2,000 experts, researchers, and company representatives involved in the lithium battery field. This international meeting will provide an exciting forum to discuss recent progress in advanced lithium batteries for energy storage and conversion. The meeting will focus on both basic and applied research findings that have led to improved Li battery materials, and to the understanding of the fundamental processes that determine and control electrochemical performance. A major (but not exclusive) theme of the meeting will address recent advances in beyond lithium-ion technologies. Use our meeting program and website (imlb.org) to make the most of your time. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the IMLB registration desk for further assistance. We thank you again for your support of IMLB.

Program Guide

Khalil Amine IMLB 2016, Chair

Accessibility. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Author Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98–116 Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Conference Timetable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Exhibitor Listings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8–10 Floor Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–6 General Meeting Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 IMLB Gala Dinner & Hotel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Keynote Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13–34 Oral Presentations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Photography and Recording. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Poster Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Registration Hours and Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Technical Exhibit & Exhibit Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Technical Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36–97


Co-Sponsored by ECS

18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries Chair Khalil Amine, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Co-Chairs James J. Greenberger, NAATBatt Michael Thackeray, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

International Scientific Committee Doron Aurbach, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Tetsuya Osaka, Waseda University, Japan

Peter Bruce, Oxford University, England

Rosa Palacin, ICMB Spain

Yi Cui, Standford University, USA

Jung-Ki Park, KAIST, Republic of Korea

Jeff Dahn, Dalhousie University, Canada

Bruno Scrosati, University of Rome, Italy

Tien Duong, DOE, USA

Yang Shao-Horn, MIT, USA

Dominique Guyomard, CNRS, France

Jean-Marie Tarascon, College de France, France

Xuejie Huang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Josh Thomas, Uppsala University, Sweden

Minoru Inaba, Doshisha University, Japan

Martin Winter, Muenster University, Germany

Juergen Janek, Justus Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany

Atsuo Yamada, Tokyo University, Japan

Yang Kook Sun, Hanyang University, Republic of Korea

Xiao-Qing Yang, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

Shirley Meng, University of California at San Diego, USA

Yong Yang, Xiamen University, China

Linda Nazar, Waterloo University, Canada

Won-Sub Yoon, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea

Petr Novak, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Karim Zaghib, IREQ, Canada

Seung Oh, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

Meeting Organization IMLB 2016 is managed by ECS (The Electrochemical Society; Pennington, NJ, USA). For additional information, please send an e-mail message to imlb@electrochem.org, contact 1-609-737-1902 or visit www.electrochem.org.

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Important Information Oral Presentations and Audio-Visual Oral presentations must be in English. A laptop computer and LCD projector will be available for your use at the lectern. Please bring your presentation on a USB flashdrive only. If you require special equipment, please email your request to imlb@ electrochem.org no later than May 19th and we will do our best to accommodate.

Poster Presentations and Sessions All posters must be displayed in English, on a board approximately 3 feet 10 inches high by 3 feet 10 inches wide (1.17 meters high by 1.17 meters wide), and correspond to the abstract number and day of presentation as detailed in the final program. The paper title, number, names, and affiliations of all authors MUST be at the top of the display. Posters may be mounted beginning Monday at 1000h and will stay on display for the duration of the meeting. However, you will only be permitted to present your poster during your scheduled session as listed in the meeting program.

Abstracts Abstracts will not be available on-site. We encourage you to print your abstracts prior to arrival or use the Wi-Fi on your electronic device to access them online.

ADA Accessibility The venue is handicap accessible with ramps and elevators. Special accommodations for those attendees living with a disability will be handled on an individual basis. Please contact imlb@electrochem.org in advance of the meeting if you will need assistance.

Publishing Opportunities ECS Transactions ECS will publish a volume of ECS Transactions (ECST) devoted to papers from IMLB 2016. ECST is an online collection of full-text proceedings papers from ECS meetings and ECS-sponsored meetings. With the largest digital collection of electrochemistry and solid state related proceedings, ECST is a high-quality venue for authors and an excellent resource for researchers. The papers appearing in ECST are reviewed to ensure that submissions meet generally-accepted scientific standards. All authors participating in IMLB 2016 will be sent a letter inviting them to submit to this special IMLB 2016 volume of ECST.

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Journal of The Electrochemical Society and ECS Electrochemistry Letters Meeting attendees are urged to submit to the Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) or ECS Electrochemistry Letters (EEL). Selected IMLB papers will be published in a special issue of JES. Visit the ECS journals submissions site: http://ecsjournals.msubmit.net. Please sure to indicate in the cover letter if a submission is intended to be part of the IMLB  2016 Focus Issue. JES, published continuously since 1902, maintains the highest standards of peer review, as do all of the ECS journals. JES and EEL follow a rapid publication model with individual articles published online every day, with full final citation details. The ECS journals have the shortest lag time from acceptance to publication among the journals in their fields. ECS is pleased to announce the launch of Author Choice Open Access across all four of its peer-reviewed journals. Authors who wish to make their published article immediately Open Access will need to either pay an Article Processing Charge or use an Article Credit in place of payment. Visit the Open Access page on the ECS website for more information www.electrochem.org/oa/.

Meeting Timetable and Format IMLB 2016 will begin at 0800h on Monday, June 20th with opening remarks from the meeting chair. Oral presentations with continue through 1200h on Friday, June 24th. Poster sessions will be take place from 1730-2100h on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Additional information can be found online at www.imlb.org Coffee breaks are available Monday through Friday at 1000h near the general session room. Lunch, which is included in your registration, will be from 1210-1325h Monday through Thursday directly outside the general session room. A Gala Dinner, which is a ticketed event, will be held on Wednesday at 1830h in the Crystal Ballroom. Following the tradition of past IMLBs, invited speakers will highlight key developments, results, and issues in the lithium battery field. There will be one plenary session for invited speakers and all contributed papers will be presented as posters. The three poster sessions will be in conjunction with exhibit hours and held on the floor directly below the general session room, thereby ensuring ready access and prominent display to all meeting attendees.

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Conference Timetable Monday June 20

Tuesday June 21

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Break

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Explore all the "Windy City" is famous for from the Hyatt downtown Chicago hotel near the Illinois Center and Magnificent Mile. Discover exciting entertainment, legendary museums, and exciting Downtown Chicago activities just minutes from the door step. Shop on the Magnificent Mile, and explore famed Chicago attractions like Navy Pier, Grant Park, and Buckingham Fountain. Catch the Cubs, Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Fire or White Sox in action on their home turf. The Hyatt has a state-of-the-art 24/7 fitness center and ample dining options for your convenience. Restaurants Include: Stetsons Modern Steak & Sushi, American Craft Kitchen & Bar, BIG Bar, Market Chicago and 24-hour Room Service!

Ticketed Event/$200 USD

Take a break from the technical formalities of the meeting for the opportunity to network and socialize with your peers at this exquisite gala. The gala dinner will take place at the Crystal Ballroom in the West Tower of the Hyatt Regency. Please make sure to purchase your gala ticket(s) early as seating is limited and tickets are required for admission! If you have not already purchased a ticket please visit the meeting registration counters for assistance.

General Meeting Information Meeting Registration

Key Locations

Registration fees include all technical programming, exhibit hall entrance, daily coffee service and lunch and meeting abstracts available to download online in the ECS digital library. Please note all participants, including authors and invited speakers are required to pay meeting registration fees. Payment must be made in US dollars. Written requests for refunds will be honored only if received at ECS headquarters by Friday, June 10, 2016. All refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee and requests for refunds must be made in writing and emailed to customerservice@electrochem. org. Refunds will not be processed until AFTER the meeting.

Registration: Grand Foyer Lunch Service: Columbus Hall General Session Room: Grand A-D Exhibit and Poster Hall: Riverside Center Gala Dinner: Crystal Ballroom

On Site Fees

Industry......................................................................................... $1,150 Government/University.................................................................. $950 Student............................................................................................. $650 One-Day........................................................................................... $650 Gala Dinner..................................................................................... $200

Registration Hours Sunday, June 19...................................................................0800-1800h Monday, June 20..................................................................0700-1900h Tuesday, June 21..................................................................0700-1900h Wednesday, June 22.............................................................0700-1800h Thursday, June 23................................................................0800-1800h Friday, June 24.....................................................................0800-1200h

All participants and attendees are required to pay the appropriate fee below

Wireless Network IMLB 2016 is pleased to provide a complimentary wireless network in the Hyatt Regency! To use the wireless network, please connect to “IMLB2016” and then open your Web browser. You will then be prompted to enter the password listed below. Network Name (SSID)...............................IMLB2016 Access Code................................................IMLB2016

Photography and Recording

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By attending the 2016 IMLB, you agree that you will not record any technical session activity, without the express written consent from ECS. If you violate this policy you will be removed from the meeting and your registration will be revoked without the possibility of a refund.

Industry: $1,150 USD – Full-time or part-time employees working at an industry in the field of science or engineering. University OR Government: $950 USD – Full-time or parttime Professors/Doctors at a University in the field of science or engineering. OR full-time or part-time employees working for a government in the field of science or engineering Student: $650 USD– Full-time undergraduate or graduate 07.14 students registered for a degree in science or engineering.

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Technical Exhibit

Exhibit Hours Monday, June 20

Thank you to the IMLB 2016 Exhibitors The Technical Exhibit is always the talk-of-the-meeting. Technical exhibits offer a popular networking opportunity as attendees gather together with colleagues and meet new contacts. The exhibitors in Chicago will showcase instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software, and other products and services, and many will provide demonstrations. In addition, the Poster Sessions and complimentary receptions will be held in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, beginning at 1700h. For the most up to date exhibitor listing please visit, imlb.org/exhibitors.

Exhibitor Move-In...........................................................1000h – 1600h Technical Exhibit & Poster Session................................1700h – 2100h

Tuesday, June 21

Technical Exhibit & Poster Session................................1700h – 2100h

Wednesday, June 22 Exhibit Closed

Thursday, June 23

Technical Exhibit & Poster Session................................1700h – 2100h Optional Exhibitor Tear Down........................................2100h – 2400h

Friday, June 24

Exhibitor Tear Down.......................................................0800h – 1000h

Exhibitor Listing Arbin Instruments

Booths 302 & 304

Booth 100 Antony Parulian antony@arbinmail.com 979 690 2751 www.arbin.com

762 Peach Creek Cutoff College Station, TX 77845 USA

Arbin has over 25 years of experience as a battery test equipment manufacture and now offers the highest resolution and highest precision testing systems in the industry. Our ultra-high precision testing systems utilizes patented technology developed during a 3-year ARPA-E project with Ford Motors and Sandia National Lab focusing on coulombic efficiency measurements.

Arkema Inc. Booth 102 Jason Pomante jason.pomante@arkema.com 610 205 7407 www.kynar.com

Bio-Logic USA

900 First Avenue King of Prussia, PA 19406 USA

Arkema offers Kynar® PVDF resins for challenging applications in batteries, coatings, photovoltaic, chemical processing, semiconductor, biopharma and more. In Lithium Ion Batteries, Kynar® PVDF is used as a binder in both anodes and cathodes, and as a separator coating. Kynar® Fluoropolymers are available in powder, pellet, and aqueous forms.

David Carey 9050 Executive Park Drive david.carey@bio-logic.us Suite 100C 865 769 3800 Knoxville, TN 37923 www.bio-logic.net/ USA

Bio-Logic is the exclusive provider of BT-Lab and EC-Lab instruments for battery cycling and battery/electrochemical research. The BCS-8XX family of battery cyclers provides industry leading accuracy for high precision coulometry experiments, and includes impedance spectroscopy capability as standard. The EC-Lab family of products includes modular single-channel (SP-50/150/200/300) and multi-channel (VSP/VMP3/VSP-300/VMP-300) potentiostats/ galvanostats, High current potentiostats (HCP-803/1005) and easy to use software. Additionally, Bio-Logic offers a complete line of electrochemical accessories, including battery test cells, electrochemical cells, electrodes, and ancillary instruments. Bio-Logic is also the provider of the SCAN-Lab line of localized electrochemical scanning systems (M370 and M470 modular systems), and the MT-Lab materials analysis systems (MTZ-35 FRA and high temperature sample holder). Come to booths 302 to see our exciting showcase of products.

Bruker AXS Booth 311 Angie Zwicker Angie.zwicker@bruker.com 608 276 3000 www.bruker.com

5465 E Cheryl Pkwy Madison, WI 53711 USA

Bruker AXS designs and manufactures analytical X-ray systems for structural investigations, materials research, and elemental analysis. Our innovative solutions enable a wide range of customers in industry, chemistry, pharmacy, semiconductor, life science and nanotechnology to make technological advancements and to accelerate their progress. Visit us to see our new laboratory solution for in-situ X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis of battery materials.

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Chroma ATE, Inc.

Gamry Instruments

Booth 109

Booth 300

David Huang DavidYH@chromaus.com 949 421 0355 7 Chrysler, Irvine, CA 92618 www.chromaus.com USA

Chris Beasley cbeasley@gamry.com 215 682 9330 www.gamry.com

Chroma ATE Inc. is the global leader of power testing solutions. Chroma has leveraged this expertise to be a world leader in cell formation plus battery cell, module and pack cyclers/testers (µW – MW). Learn how Chroma’s patented regenerative technology and precision instrumentation can improve quality while reducing overall cost.

EAG, Inc. EAG, Inc. Booth 210

734 Louis Drive Warminster, PA 18974 USA

Gamry Instruments is the worldwide leader for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for batteries and other energy storage and conversion devices. Our systems are designed to increase throughput and reduce analysis time helping you get more from your research. Stop by to see our full lineup of single and multichannel potentiostats/galvanostats and accessories for characterizing everything from materials for full cells to stacks.

Hohsen

Cindy Gentile cgentile@eag.com 800 366 3867 www.eag.com

2710 Walsh Ave. Santa Clara, CA 95051 USA

Evans Analytical Group (EAG ) is a global leader in materials characterization. With over 35 years of experience and a world-wide network of laboratories, EAG provides fast and accurate analytical support for a wide range of industries. The company combines proprietary analytical procedures with electrical, elemental, chemical and electron imaging techniques to provide a better insight into material properties. EAG helps companies with their manufacturing process by controlling the quality of key components to ensure consistency of the final product. In addition, EAG enables companies to accelerate their R&D by providing unique analytical support which helps shorten product development cycle.

EL-CELL® Booth 101 Susana Moreira & Iris Zwanziger Tempowerkring 8 Susana.moreira@el-cell.com 21079 Hamburg iris.zwanziger@el-cell.com Germany +49 (0) 40 790 12 734 www.el-cell.com/

EL-CELL® develops electrochemical test equipment to enable testing of new battery materials at the edge of current knowledge. We are focusing on lithium-ion batteries, but we also provide equipment for other battery materials. Our product portfolio encompasses battery test cells, electrochemical dilatometers, lab tools, consumables and other customized turnkey solutions for complete battery research labs.

Elsevier Booth 303 Kinga Rietveld k.rietveld@elsevier.com + 31 20 485 3899 www.elsevier.com

Radarweg 29 1043 NX Amsterdam Netherlands

Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science and technology professionals. We publish over 50 quality journals in energy, including Journal of Power Sources, an international journal focusing on the science and applications of primary and secondary batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors and photo-electrochemical cells.

Booth 201 Daisuke Sakai 8F Risona Senba Bldg. 4-21 sakai@hohsen.co.jp 4-chome +81 6 6253 2600 Minamisenba, Chuo-ku www.hohsen.co.jp Osaka-shi Osaka 542-0081 Japan

Hohsen provides R&D / Pilot Line / Mass Production equipment, materials, parts, engineering and consulting services for Lithium-ion battery fabrication.

IFE Booth 208 Martin Kirkengen firmapost@ife.no +47 63 80 60 00 www.ife.no

Instituttveien 18 Kjeller 2007 Norway

IFE is a Norwegian research institute focusing on energy technology. IFE’s battery scientists work closely with industry and perform application-oriented research and development, working in the field of silicon for anodes and silicon particle production, as well as life-time testing of cells and batteries for the marine sector.

Maccor Booth 301 Mark Hulse m.hulse@maccor.com 918 446 1874 www.maccor.com

2 S 49th W. Avenue Tulsa, OK 74107 USA

Maccor manufactures testing equipment for the battery and energy storage market (i.e. batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc.). Maccor Inc. was the pioneer, and is the world’s largest commercial manufacturer for this type of equipment. More companies rely on Maccor everyday for their battery and cell test equipment needs. Today Maccor has thousands of systems in operation in more than 50 countries.

McScience Inc. Booth 307 Matthew Son skson@mcscience.com 82 31 303 5789 www.mcscience.com

B-1102, Digital Empire Bldg. 1156-16 Deogyeong Blvd. Youngtong Suwon, Korea

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Microelectronics markets. Established in 2000, McScience has over 15 years of industry knowledge and field experience across a broad range of technologies to enhance the capabilities and productivity of its manufacturing, engineering and research applications.

MTI Corporation Booth 211 Andy Huang andy@mtixtl.com 510 525 4705 www.mtixtl.com

860 South 19th Street Richmond, CA 94840 USA

MTI Corporation has been providing a total solution for materials research labs since 1995. MTI supplies ceramic, crystal, metallic substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. We also provides laboratory R&D equipment including mixing, cutting, polishing machines, high temperature muffle and tube furnaces, pressing machines, film coaters, glove boxes, high vacuum systems, high pressure furnaces, RTP furnaces, CSS and PECVD furnace systems, high pressure and hydrogen furnaces, melting and casting systems, crystal growth systems as well as compact XRD/X-Ray orientation unit and equipment for battery and energy materials research.

Nakayama Co., LTD, Japan (N.C.L.J.) Booth 310 Mitch M. Sasa Sasa6dan@sbcglobal.net 314 479 0097 www.nakayama-meps.co.jp

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Nakayama Co. Ltd. Japan (NCLJ) is a science and technology dealer, who collectively deals with reagents, industrial chemicals/drugs, analytical instruments, and others. NCLJ has thrived throughout its 75 year history, tightly co-operating with numerous users and customers. NCLJ is proud to introduce the most advanced Japanese technology and products at IMLB 2016.

Novonix Booth 200 David Stevens info@novonix.ca 902 449 9121 www.novonix.ca

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Novonix has taken its expertise in developing High Precision Charger (HPC) systems in Dr. Jeff Dahn’s lab to commercializing a turn-key HPC system. Novonix’s charger systems are designed for high precision measurements of the coulombic efficiency of Li-ion cells which has been shown to be useful in predicting cell lifetime/failure.

PEC North America Inc. Booth 111 Peter Ulrix 2385 NW Ex Center Dr peter.ulrix@peccorp.com Suite 100 561 962 2824 Boca Raton, FL 33431 www.peccorp.com USA

PEC delivers the building blocks for the development and manufacturing of large format cells, modules and battery packs for automotive, aerospace and defense applications. PEC's offerings include R&D test equipment and automated cell finishing lines automating all process steps after the electrolyte filling (soaking, formation, grading, degassing, ageing, stand loss, sorting...). 10

QuantumWise Booth 107 Umberto Matrinez info@quantumwise.com +45 699 918 88 www.quantumwise.com

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QuantumWise develops commercial software for fast and reliable atomic-scale modeling of materials, fully supported and delivered in an easy-to-use interface, and tailored from state-ofthe-art methods. Our main product is Atomistix ToolKit, which offers a homogeneous interface to many different atomic-scale methods, ranging from first-principles methods to tight-binding and classical potentials.

Thermal Hazard Technology Booth 203 Jeff Rachford jeff@thtusa.com 317 222 1904 www.thtusa.com

49 Boone Village #130 Zionsville, IN 46077 USA

Thermal Hazard Technology, a world leader in battery calorimetry and heat measurement, has a product range to meet the evolving requirements of the EV lithium battery industry. Latest products for safety and performance testing include EV+ Accelerating Rate Calorimeter (EV+ ARC) Battery Performance Calorimeter (BPC) and Isothermal Battery Calorimeter (IBC).

Vacuum Technology Inc. Booth: 106 Yuling Cai sam.cai@vti-glovebox.com 510 333 6502 www.vti-glovebox.com

15 Great Republic Drive, Unit 4 Gloucester, MA 01930 USA

Based in Gloucester, Massachusetts, Vacuum Technology Inc. builds and services the glove box needs of clients worldwide by highlighting our engineering talent and customer centric customization shop to provide energy storage researchers and producers with unique solutions built to their exacting ergonomic, scientific, and environmental specifications including specialized glove boxes for Lithium, Sodium, Magnesium and other energy chemistries for Batteries and Super Capacitors. We have designed machines as elaborate as “All-in-one” assembly-line machines with component modules and conveyance systems for material handling from storage chambers, to movable ovens, on to testing, curing, and working chambers as well as simply storage and manipulation chambers.

Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc. Booth 108 Jon Jacobs jjacobs@wildcatdiscovery.com 858 550 1980 ex. 114 www.wildcatdiscovery.com

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Wildcat uses proprietary high throughput technology to accelerate battery R&D for others. Wildcat's customers include material suppliers, cell makers, and OEM's in the automotive, electronics, medical, and military industries. Wildcat's accelerated approach reduces R&D costs and gets better battery products to market faster; cathodes, anodes, electrolytes, synthetic methods and formulations are all possible.

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Keynote Speakers Hajime Arai Kyoto University, Japan Revisiting Zinc Air Batteries: Solutions for Longer Lifetime Zinc air batteries are promising owing to its high energy density, safety and low cost. In contrast to the primary system used widely as power sources for hearing aid, the insufficient lifetime of both zinc and air electrodes has limited the development of the secondary system. In this presentation the zinc electrode behavior is mainly focused on. The deterioration mode is examined by advanced analysis and the improved lifetime based on the solubility control of the zinc species is demonstrated. Hajime Arai has been working as a professor of Kyoto University since 2010, studying innovative batteries such as metal-air batteries as well as novel analytical methods to elucidate phenomena in batteries. He received a doctoral degree from Kyoto University. His carrier includes research and development of materials and systems for lithium batteries and solid oxide fuel cells in Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Co. and of zinc air batteries in Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland.

Doron Aurbach Bar Ilan University, Israel Li-Ion Batteries and Beyond (Li-S, Li-oxygen, Na-ion and Mg): What Are the Realistic Horizons? We will review shortly the state-of-the-art Li ion batteries and their horizons. We will briefly mention possible alternatives and concentrate in Mg battery technology: anodes (Mg, Mg alloys), electrolyte solutions (the current scope of relevant systems), cathodes (intercalation, conversion reactions), what exists and barriers to next developments. Doron Aurbach is a full professor in the department of Chemistry, leading the electrochemistry group (40 people, the biggest research group in Israel), a senate member at Bar-Ilan University (BIU), Ramat-Gan, Israel. He chaired the department of chemistry during 2001-2005. Aurbach found the electrochemistry group at BIU 30 years ago. 40 PhD and 70 MSc students that worked in Aurbach’s group received their degrees since then. His team studies the electrochemistry of active metals, non-aqueous electrochemical systems, develop spectroscopic methods (in situ and ex situ) for sensitive electrochemical systems and develop rechargeable high energy density (Li,Na,Mg,Al) batteries, EDL capacitors and batteries for load leveling applications. D. Aurbach published so far more than 500 peer reviewed papers, (more than 28500 citations, H index of 85, Google, Oct. 2015), 25 patents, 19 chapters in books and presented his scientific work in hundreds of invited talks in international conferences. He serves as a senior editor in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society (JES). He is a fellow of the ECS (2008), ISE (2010) and MRS (2012). He is the head of Israel national research center for electrochemical propulsion (INREP, found in 2012) and 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

the chairman of the Israeli national authority for labs accreditation (since 2010). He received the Israel Chemical Society prize for excellence (2012) ECS battery division technology award (2005) and research award (2013), E.B. Yeager prize of the International Battery Association IBA (2014).

Adam Best CSIRO, Australia Ionic Liquids – A Unique Palette to Create Advanced Electrolytes This presentation looks at the development of alternate electrolytes for both lithium (ion) and Lithium metal batteries based on ionic liquid electrolytes. We’ll describe some of the work we are doing to address some of the challenges around their physical properties and use in devices and where future opportunities lie. Adam Best received his PhD from Monash University, Australia in 2002 before being awarded a Senior Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands (2002 - 03). In 2004 Dr. Best returned to Australia to join the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Division of Energy Technology, to work on ionic liquid electrolytes for lithium metal batteries. In 2013, Dr. Best moved to Manufacturing and is now a Research Group Leader. Adam leads a number of battery research programs utilising ionic liquid electrolytes including to enabling high voltage battery cathodes and lithium-sulfur batteries. Adam’s other research interests include battery electronics, energy harvesting and wearable technologies. He has 55 publications and 10 patents, with a H index of 17 and over 1500 lifetime citations. Adam was CoChair of the International Battery Association (IBA) meeting held in Brisbane, Australia, in 2014 and is co-chairing Australia’s 2020 bid for the IMLB meeting.

Peter Bruce University of Oxford, UK Overview of Metal Air Batteries Society will need energy storage that exceeds the limits of Li-ion batteries. Such a need drives investigation of alternative batteries including metal-air, in particular Li/Na/Zn/Mg-air because of their high theoretical specific energy. Recent experience has demonstrated that understanding the fundamental science underpinning the operation of these batteries is essential if we are to assess the viability of them as technologies, and if viable to realize their potential. The problems and current performance limitations of metal-air batteries, especially Li-air, will be considered. The recent advances in fundamental understanding will be discussed, as will the consequences of this understanding for the future prospects of metalair batteries. (continued on next page) 13


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Peter Bruce FRS, FRSE, FRSC, is Wolfson Professor of Materials at the University of Oxford. His research interests embrace materials chemistry and electrochemistry, especially lithium and sodium batteries. Recent efforts have focused on the lithium-air battery, Naion battery cathodes, nanomaterials for Li-ion batteries and Li rich cathodes for Li-ion batteries. His research has been recognized by a number of awards and fellowships, including from the Royal Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the German Chemical Society and The Electrochemical Society. He was elected to the Royal Society (UK Academy of Sciences) in 2007 and the Royal Society of Edinburgh (Scottish Academy of Sciences) in 1994.

Jurdi Cabana University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Visualization of Electrochemical Reactions in Battery Materials with X-ray Microscopy In this talk, I will discuss examples of the visualization of phase transformations using a variety of modes within the general family of X-ray microscopy, tailored to suit the scales and phenomena to be probed, but focusing on single particles. Because thermodynamic pathways can be controlled by the presence of electrical potential, the harvesting of a sample from a cycled battery, while providing a useful preliminary insight, can lead to misleading results due to the relaxation of components into a different state that is more stable under open circuit conditions. Therefore, measurements performed during the electrochemical reaction will be leveraged in this discussion. The mechanisms of transformation will be related to their impact on material and architecture properties. Jurdi Cabana is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to his appointment at UIC, he was a Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA), from 2008 until 2013. Prof. Cabana completed his PhD in Materials Science at the Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (Spain) in 2004, and worked in the Department of Chemistry at Stony Brook University (USA) as a postdoctoral associate. He is generally interested in the physical and inorganic chemistry of materials, with emphasis on redox and transport properties. His research group aims to provide chemistry solutions to technological problems in energy applications, with current focus on electrochemical energy storage, which is critical in the development of a green economy based on renewable sources.

Gerbrand Ceder University of California, Berkeley, USA Combining Reversible Oxygen Charge Transfer and Li-Excess to achieve High Capacity Cathodes The highest energy density cathode materials are currently found among the layered compounds based on Ni,Co and Mn, but achieving much more than 200mAh/g has become difficult. Two new ideas are promising to obtain substantially higher cathode capacity: 1) By using a substantial amount of Li-excess, cathodes can be made tolerant to metal disorder thereby enabling the use of a much larger group of transition metals, while achieving capacities well above 200 mAh/g. 2) Reversible redox process that take place on the oxygen ions rather than on the transition metal ions are now well established and can reduce the transition metal content of cathode compounds. I will explore the physics of both these new directions and demonstrate with several examples how they have enabled novel high-capacity cathodes.

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Gerbrand Ceder is The Chancellor’s Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at UC Berkeley. He received an engineering degree from the University of Leuven, Belgium, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1991. Between 1991 and 2015 was a Professor in Materials Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Ceder’s research interests lie in the computationally driven design of novel materials for energy generation and storage. He has published over 350 scientific papers, and holds several U.S. patents. He has served on MIT’s Energy Council as well as on several DOE committees, including the workgroup preparing the Basic Needs for Electrical Energy Storage report, and has advised the government’s Office of Science and Technology Policy on the role of computation in materials development, leading to the Materials Genome Initiative. He is a Fellow of the Materials Research Society and a member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has received the MRS Gold Medal, the Battery Research Award from the Electrochemical Society, the Career Award from the National Science Foundation, and the Robert Lansing Hardy Award from The Metals, Minerals and Materials Society, as well as several teaching awards. He is a co-founder of Computational Modeling Consultants, Pellion Technologies, and The Materials Project.

Yet-Ming Chiang Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Thick Electrode Designs for Lithium Ion Batteries A typical lithium-ion cell contains about 25 individual materials layers per 1 mm of stack thickness, an evolutionary result after a quarter century of technology development that remains non-optimal from materials cost and volume utilization viewpoints. This talk will discuss recent work at MIT and 24M Technologies on thick electrode designs that can reduce materials cost from non-energystoring components while delivering necessary electrochemical kinetics and remaining highly manufacturable. 24M has developed a new semisolid electrode technology and manufacturing method that yields electrodes with several times the thickness and area capacity of conventional lithium ion electrodes, yet has transport kinetics rapid enough for all but very high power applications. The semisolid lithium ion cells have significantly fewer inactive component layers than conventional lithium-ion cells of similar performance, and can be produced by a radically simpler process that obviates most of the electrode fabrication unit operations in conventional Li-ion, thereby lowering both materials and manufacturing cost. At MIT, magnetic alignment methods that produce low tortuosity porosity from sacrificial pore formers have been developed, that are rapid, scalable, and naturally produce aligned porosity favorably oriented normal to the electrode plane. Support for this work by the U.S. Department of Energy through the ARPA-E program, the Vehicle Technologies Office of EERE, and the Advanced Battery Materials Research (BMR) program is gratefully acknowledged. Yet-Ming Chiang is Kyocera Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His research focuses primarily on advanced materials and their role in energy technologies. Chiang is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, and a Fellow of the Materials Research Society and the American Ceramic Society. He is currently Lead Scientist for the redox flow thrust within the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, a DOE-funded Hub. He is a recipient of the The Economist’s Innovation Award (Energy and the Environment category), the Electrochemical Society’s Battery Division’s Battery Technology Award, the Materials Research Society’s Plenary Lecturer, an R&D 100 and R&D100 Editor’s Choice Award, and the American Ceramic Society’s Corporate Achievement, 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


Ross Coffin Purdy, R.M. Fulrath, and F.H. Norton Awards. Chiang has published about 250 scientific papers and holds about 60 patents, and has played an active role in commercializing technology based on developments from his laboratory through 5 spin-out companies. He is a Trustee of the Boston Museum of Science.

Jaephil Cho Ulsan National Institute Science and Technology, Republic of Korea What is the Best Anode Material to Achieve High Energy Li-ion Batteries in Next 5 Years? In spite of some technical advances in mitigating the volume-change problem toward the practical application of Si anodes, several challenges are still remained and should be resolved. First, the development of noble surface-coating methods and stable electrolytes for reducing the side reactions should be considered to stabilize the SEI of the Si anode. Although reducing methods of the HF derived from fluoroethylene carbonate (FEC), which is widely used in Si anodes to stabilize the SEI layer, is required because substantial capacity fading occurs as the HF attacks both the cathodes and Si. Second, in order to apply the Si anode to commercial LIBs and to achieve a high energy density, the change in the electrode thickness after tens of cycles should be examined in calendared Si anodes having an electrode density greater than 1.6 g cc-1, as an industrial standard. Based upon these requirements, I presents the best anode material, along with the real full cell test results. Jaephil Cho is a Professor and a head of the School of Energy and Chemical Engineering at UNIST (Korea). After receiving PhD degree of Ceramic Engineering at Iowa State University in Ames (USA) in 1995 he was a post-doctoral research associate of department of Materials Science & Engineering at Georgia Tech., until 1996. After working for Samsung SDI for cathode materials for 6 years until 2002, he was a professor of Kumoh National Institute of Science and Technology and Hanyang University in Korea until 2008. Currently, he is a director of the Green Energy Materials Development Center and Samsung SDI- UNIST Future Batteries Research Center. He was the winner of the 27th Inchon Prize (2013) in the category of science, which is one of the top honors given in South Korea. His current research is focused mainly on Li-ion, Zn-air batteries and redox flow batteries for energy storage.

Jang Wook Choi Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea Systematic Binder Design in High Capacity Silicon Anodes Polymeric binder has turned out to be very critical for stable operation of high capacity silicon (Si) anodes, as the binder could stabilize the electrode films even during the large volume change of Si. In this talk, I will present novel approaches for functional binder design. They include 1) the use of mussel-inspired catechol functional group, 2) multi-dimensional cross-linkable hydrogen bonding network, 3) selfhealing polymer network, and 4) host-guest interaction network. The series of these investigations suggest the usefulness of noncovalent polymer interactions and the future role of supramolecular chemistry in the binder design. Jang Wook Choi is currently Associate Professor in Graduate School of EEWS (Energy, Environment, Water, and Sustainability) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea. He completed his BS degree at Seoul National University, Korea in 2002 and PhD degree at Caltech, USA in 2007, both in chemical engineering. He conducted Postdoctoral research on high 18th

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capacity silicon anode design and analysis under Prof. Yi Cui at Stanford University, USA until he joined KAIST in 2010. Since the appointment at KAIST, he has performed research on various topics in rechargeable batteries, including electrode design for silicon anode, sulfur cathode, and lithium metal anode, as well as screening and analyses of various cathode phases for rechargeable lithium, sodium and magnesium batteries. He has published more than 110 papers on rechargeable batteries and filed 30 domestic/international patents.

Laurence Crogunnec CNRS ICMCB, France New Insights in Advanced Fluorinated Phosphates as Electrode Materials for Li and Na-ion Batteries Her current research interests include the development of new positive electrodes materials for Li and Na-ion batteries (from the Li and Mn-rich layered oxides to different polyanionic systems such as vanadium fluorophosphates), with a specific focus on the investigation of original structural and redox processes involved upon cycling, and of the impact of defects on the properties of materials developed for batteries. Laurence Crogunnec graduated (PhD) in 1996 from Nantes University at the Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (France) and spent one year as a Post-Doc at the Bonn University (Germany). She became CNRS researcher at ICMCB in 1997, and is leading the research group “Energy: Materials and Batteries” since 2004. She is actively involved in the French Network on the Electrochemical Energy Storage (RS2E) and in the ALISTORE European virtual Research Institute devoted to battery research. She has been working for almost 20 years now on the crystal chemistry of electrode materials developed for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries and on the characterization of mechanisms involved upon their cycling, especially for layered oxide and phosphate-type positive electrode materials. She is the co-author of ~ 100 publications in this field.

Yi Cui Stanford, USA Materials Design for Battery Anodes: Silicon, Lithium Metal and Phosphorus Applications of energy storage in transportation and grid scale call for next generation of batteries with high energy, high power, long cycle life, good safety and low cost. In this talk, I will show how we design rationally materials at the nanoscale for next generation of battery anodes. Examples include 1) high capacity nanostructured Si anodes with stable SEI formation; 2) interfacial materials design and additive effects for lithium metal; 3) red and black phosphorus for lithium and sodium ion storage. Yi Cui is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He received his PhD in Chemistry at Harvard University (2002), B.S. in Chemistry at the University of Science and Technology of China (1998). He was a Miller Postdoctoral Fellow at University of California, Berkeley before joining Stanford University as an Assistant Professor in 2005. His current research is on nanomaterials design for energy and environment and two-dimensional materials. Yi Cui is an Associate Editor of Nano Letters. He is a co-director of the Bay Area Photovoltaic Consortium of the US Department of Energy. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed papers. He founded Amprius Inc. in 2008, a company to commercialize the breakthrough high-energy battery technology invented in his lab. He (continued on next page) 15


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co-Founded 4C Air Inc. to develop novel filtration solution to remove PM2.5 particle pollutants from air. He has received numerous awards including MRS Kavli Distinguished Lectureship in Nanoscience (2015), Resonate Award for Sustainability (2015), Inaugural Nano Energy Award (2014), Blavatnik National Award Finalist (2014), Wilson Prize (2011), the Sloan Research Fellowship (2010), KAUST Investigator Award (2008), ONR Young Investigator Award (2008), MDV Innovators Award (2007), Technology Review World Top Young Innovator Award (2004), MRS Gold Medal of Graduate Student Award (2001).

Larry Curtiss Argonne National Laboratory, USA The Role of Lithium Superoxide in Li-O2 Batteries There has been much interest in rechargeable aprotic lithium-oxygen (Li-O2) batteries because their energy density can be significantly higher than that of the conventional Li-ion batteries. However, many challenges remain for Li-O2 batteries before they can become a reality. Understanding the growth and nucleation mechanisms of the discharge product is one of the keys to addressing these challenges because it controls the resulting morphology and composition of the discharge product. The efficiency and reversibility are dependent on the type of morphology and composition that is formed during discharge. In this paper experimental and computational results will be reported that have shed light on the growth and nucleation mechanism in Li-O2 batteries. Specifically, the role of lithium superoxide (LiO2) in the nucleation and growth mechanism during discharge and how to suppress the disproportionation reaction of LiO2 to lithium peroxide (Li2O2) will be discussed. The implications of these new results for reducing charge overpotentials in Li-O2 batteries and in the design of new cathode materials will be discussed. Larry Curtiss is an Argonne Distinguished Fellow and Group Leader of the Molecular Materials Group in the Materials Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He is also a member of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR). He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry in 1969 from the University of WisconsinMadsion and PhD degree in Theoretical Chemistry in 1973 from Carnegie-Mellon University. He was a Battelle Institute Fellow at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus Ohio from 1973 to 1976 before joining Argonne National Laboratory. His research has focused on computational chemistry including the development of new quantum chemical methods and the application of computational methods to problems in materials science and chemistry including catalysis, batteries, and carbon materials. He has developed the series of quantum chemical methods referred to as Gaussian-n theory, which have been widely used for the accurate calculation of enthalpies of formation, ionization potentials, and electron affinities of molecules. His recent computational studies have focused on the design of new electrolytes and electrolyte additives for Li-ion batteries, modeling of anode materials for Li-ion batteries, the understanding of charge and discharge chemistries in Li-O2 batteries, catalytic reaction mechanisms of supported subnanometer clusters, and biomass conversion reaction mechanisms. He has over 400 publications.

Jeff Dahn Dalhousie University, Canada Electrolytes without Ethylene Carbonate for High Voltage NMC/Graphite Li-Ion Cells Ethylene carbonate is used in virtually every lithium-ion cell. In efforts to produce high voltage NMC/graphite cells, electrolytes without ethylene carbonate are being explored. The use of electrolytes 16

based on fluoroethylene carbonate (FEC), difluoroethylene carbonate (di-FEC), bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethyl) carbonate (TFEC) and other solvents are explored in this presentation. Studies using ultra high precision coulometry, impedance spectroscopy, isothermal battery microcalorimetry, in-situ gas evolution, storage testing, XPS and long-term charge-discharge testing show the benefits and drawbacks of such electrolytes. Although progress is being made, there remains substantial work to do to produce high energy denisty NMC/graphite cells which can operate for years to 4.5 V. This work was done by Jian Xia, Remi Petibon, Steven Glazier, Kathlyne Nelson, Dan Abarbanel, Deijun Xiong, Leah Ellis and Alex Louli. The authors thank Xiaodong Cao of HSC Corporation for kindly providing many of the solvents used in the work. Jeff Dahn was born in Bridgeport, Conn. in 1957 and emigrated with his family to Nova Scotia, Canada in 1970. He obtained his B.Sc. in Physics from Dalhousie University (1978) and his PhD from the University of British Columbia in 1982. Dahn then worked at the National Research Council of Canada (82-85) and at Moli Energy Limited (85-90) before taking up a faculty position in the Physics Department at Simon Fraser University in 1990. He returned to Dalhousie University in 1996. During his years at Simon Fraser University (90-96) he collaborated strongly with the R+D team at NEC/Moli Energy Canada (Now E-One/Moli Energy Canada). Dahn then became the NSERC/3M Canada Industrial Research Chair in Materials for Advanced Batteries at Dalhousie University in 1996. In June of 2016, Dahn will begin a 5-year partnership with Tesla. Dahn is the co-author of over 600 refereed journal papers and 64 inventions with patents issued or filed. Dahn has received National and International awards including: International Battery Materials Association (IBA) Research Award (1995); Herzberg Medal, Canadian Association of Physicists (awarded to a physicist under 40 years old for career achievement - 1996); Battery Division Research Award (The Electrochemical Society - 1996); Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (2001); The Electrochemical Award [Canadian Section of the Electrochemical Society - awarded once every 4 years for career achievement] (2006); Medal for Excellence in Teaching (2009) from the Canadian Assoc. of Physicists and the "Technology Award� from the ECS Battery Division in 2011.

Robert Dominko National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia Can We Control Polysulfide Formation and Migration? Polysulfide dissolution and the correlated parasitic reactions are two major reasons for the capacity fading in the Li-S batteries. By understanding the mechanism of the electrochemical reactions taking place in this system, one can introduce appropriate modifications in component design which can effectively suppressor completely stop polysulfide migration or even their formation. In this talk a special attention will be paid to development of iono selective membranes designed and optimized for use in the Li-S batteries. Additionally, mechanism(s) of Li-S battery operation will be discusses based on the analytical work using operando XAS and UV-Vis measurements. Robert Dominko obtained a PhD in 2002 at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. His current position is a senior research assistant at the National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia where he is head of Battery group within the Laboratory for materials chemistry. He is assistant professor at the University of Ljubljana. He has published close to 100 peer-reviewed papers in the field of batteries with a H index of 38 (>50 citations per paper). He has been awarded several national awards. Currently his main research activities are related to the field of post Li-ion technologies. An important part of his present scientific efforts is the coordination of two European projects on the Li-S system, EUROLIS (www.eurolis.eu) and HELIS (www. 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


helis-project.eu). Both projects are divided into the basic research part with a focus on the development various cell components and on the applied part where the obtained knowledge is successfully implemented into cylindrical prototype cells. Additionally, he is actively involved in Alistore-ERI activities (European network for batteries) and has a tight collaboration with national industries as well as with HONDA Europe, Gmbh.

Marie-Liesse Doublet Universite Montpellier, France The Intriguiging Question of Anionic Redox in High-Energy Density Cathodes for Li-ion Batteries The energy density delivered by a Li-ion battery is a key parameter that needs to be significantly increased to address the global question of energy storage for the next 40 years. This quantity is difficult to improve when materials exhibit a classical cationic redox activity. Recently, a cumulative cationic (M4+/M5+) and anionic (2O2-/ (O2)n-) redox activity has been demonstrated in the Li-rich Li2MO3 family of compounds, therefore enabling doubling the energy density with respect to high-potential cathodes such as transition metal phosphates and sulfates. This paper aims at clarifying the origin of this extra capacity by addressing some fundamental questions regarding reversible anionic redox in high-potential electrodes for Li-ion batteries. First, the ability of the system to stabilize the oxygen holes generated by Liremoval and to achieve a reversible oxo- to peroxo-like (2O2-/(O2) n-) transformation is elucidated by means of a metal-driven reductive coupling mechanism. The penchant of the system for undergoing this reversible anionic redox or releasing O2 gas is then discussed in regards to experimental results for 3d- and 4d-based Li2MO3 phases. Robust indicators are built as tools to predict which materials in the Li-rich TM-oxides family will undergo efficient and reversible anionic redox. The present finding provides insights into new directions to be explored for the development of high-energy density materials for Li-ion batteries. Marie-Liesse Doublet is Research Professor CNRS, head of the Theoretical Chemistry laboratory of the Institut Charles Gerhardt in Montpellier and the Theory group of the French Network on Electrochemical Energy Storage (RS2E). She began her carrier in the field of electron transport in low-dimensional materials prior to enter the field of energy materials for Li-ion batteries in 2000. Her main research interest is to develop new methodologies and to use simple concepts of chemical bonds to rationalize the electrochemical performances of Li-materials, from bulk to interface. She received her PhD in 1994 from the University of Paris-Sud Orsay under the supervision of Professor E. Canadell and spent a year as a post-doctoral fellow with Prof. Baerends at the Vrije Univsiteit of Amsterdam before entering the CNRS in 1995 (Montpellier). Kristina Edström Ångström Laboratory, Sweden Silicon and its Challenging Interfaces Some silicon is now introduced into graphite electrodes (up to 7%) used in commercial lithium-ion batteries. To increase this amount further requires a profound understanding of the complex reactions taking place forming the SEI (the electrode/electrolyte interface) but also of the interface reactions taking place between the SEI and the bulk material. This presentation will discuss the implications of how the different kinds of interfaces will influence the reactions with lithium. It will also give a suggestion on how it is possible to make electrodes with a larger portion of silicon.

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Kristina Edström is a professor of inorganic chemistry at Uppsala University in Sweden. She is director of the Ångström Advanced Battery Centre (ÅABC) which is a centre comprising studies of Li-ion, Na-ion, and beyond lithium concepts. The centre contains 6 senior professors and associate professors, 10 post docs and 25 PhD students. Edström’s personal research interest lies in the study anode (graphite, silicon, tin, conversion materials, etc.) materials and electrolytes, with a special focus on SEI studies using photoelectron spectroscopy. Developing structural methods for studying new anode and cathode materials with operando X-ray and neutron diffraction techniques is another interest. A third interest is applied studies of battery life-time issues related to the automotive industry. Edström has more than 180 publications in international journals. She is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and of ALISTORE-ERI (a network of excellence within the field of battery studies in Europe). Hubert Gasteiger Technische Universitat Muenchen, Germany Fundamental Aspects of Lithium Ion Battery Materials Degradation Mechanisms Increasing cycle-life and energy density of lithium ion batteries requires the development of improved electrolyte additives and a detailed understanding of the stability of electrolyte and cathode electrode components, particularly at high anodic potentials. The fundamental decomposition/degradation mechanisms will be examined by on-line electrochemical mass spectrometry (OEMS), by AC impedance, and by ex-situ ATR-FTIR and NMR. In this presentation, we will discuss the following aspects: • • •

Anodic and cathodic decomposition mechanisms of electrolytes and electrolyte additives; quantification of the anodic stability of conductive carbons and of conductive carbon coatings at potentials relevant for high-voltage cathode materials; effect of water and hydroxide impurities on carbon and electrolyte stability.

Hubert Gasteiger received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley in 1993 under the guidance of Elton Cairns, Phil Ross, and Nenad Markovic, followed by postdoctoral fellowships the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Ulm University (1994–1998). Subsequently, he joined the proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell program of GM/Opel, leading catalyst and membrane electrode assembly (MEA) research (Honeoye Falls, NY, USA). In 2007, he joined Acta S.p.A. (Italy), working on alkaline membrane based technologies. After a one-year Visiting Professorship at MIT (2009) with Yang Shao-Horn, working on lithium-air batteries, he was appointed Chair of Technical Electrochemistry at TUM, where he is now focusing on materials, electrode, and diagnostics development for fuel cells and lithium ion batteries. He served as editor of Wiley’s Handbook of Fuel Cells (2003 and 2009) and published 110 refereed articles (h index 55, 17000 citations), 15 book chapters, and 37 patent applications/patents. He is a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society (ECS), received the 2012 Grove Medal for fuel cell research, the 2015 David C. Grahame Award of the Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division of the ECS, and held the George C.A. Schuit Award Lecture at the University of Delaware in 2015. (continued on next page)

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Clare Grey Cambridge University, UK NMR Beyond Li: New Approaches in Studying Na, Mg and Liair Batteries This talk will describe the use of NMR spectroscopy to characterize a series of “beyond-Li” electrode materials. The NMR results are combined with complementary techniques such as pair distribution function analysis of (X-ray) scattering data. In the sodium-ion battery case, 23Na NMR spectroscopy can be used to follow changes in local structure in a manner very similar to that performed on lithium-ion battery materials. Our work using the method to study local structure and Na+ and electronic ordering in positive layered materials and intermetallic anodes will be described. 25Mg NMR is more challenging, but the use of DFT calculations to predict shift positions and help interpret the spectra speeds up the analysis considerably. This will be illustrated for paramagnetic positive electrode materials. The use of NMR and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) to link structural changes with electrolyte concentrations will be demonstrated for lithium metal anodes. Finally, new developments in the field of lithium-oxygen batteries will be described. In particular NMR spectroscopy allows the different discharge products and many sidereactions to be followed. For example, 1H and 7Li NMR spectroscopy can be used to separate Li2O2 from LiOH, allowing the formation and removal of LiOH to be quantified. Our recent studies with LiI redox mediators and r-GO electrodes will be described. Clare Grey is the Geoffrey Moorhouse-Gibson Professor of Chemistry at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Pembroke College. She received a BA and D. Phil. (1991) in Chemistry from the University of Oxford. After spending a year as a Royal Society postdoctoral Fellow at Nijmegen University and two years as a visiting scientist at DuPont CR&D in Wilmington, DE (1992–1993) she joined the faculty at Stony Brook University (SBU) as an Assistant (1994), Associate (1997) and then Full Professor (2001–2015). She moved to Cambridge in 2009, and still maintains an adjunct position at SBU. She was the director of the Northeastern Chemical Energy Storage Center, a Department of Energy, Energy Frontier Research Center (2009–2010) and Associate director (2011–2014). Her recent honors and awards include the 2007 Research Award of the Battery Division of the Electrochemical Chemical Society, the 2010 Ampere and RSC John Jeyes Awards, the 2011 Royal Society Kavli Lecture and Medal for work relating to the Environment/Energy, Honourary PhD Degrees from the Universities of Orleans (2012) and Lancaster (2013), the Gunther Laukien Award from the Experimental NMR Conference (2013), the Research Award from the International Battery Association (2013) and the Royal Society Davy Award (2014). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society. Her current research interests include the use of solid state NMR and diffraction-based methods to determine structure-function relationships in materials for energy storage (batteries and supercapacitors), conversion (fuel cells) and carbon capture.

Dominique Guyomard CNRS-IMN, France Si Anode Diagnostic and Failure Mechanism in Full Li-Ion Cells Using NMR, STEM-Eels, XPS and FIB-TOF-SIMS Advanced Characterization Tools IMN has a long experience of about 10 years in the field of silicon anode characterization and optimization. In this work, a combination of techniques, such as 7Li, 19F MAS NMR, XPS, TOF-SIMS and STEM-EELS, provides an in-depth characterization of the SEI forming on the surface of silicon particles as well as its evolution upon cycling in a full Li-ion cell configuration with LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 as the positive electrode. XRR and TEM are used as well to probe the in 18

operando evolution of silicon anode upon cycling in half cells. The origin of the much faster aging of silicon anode in full cell versus half cell will be discussed. Dominique Guyomard is Director of Research at CNRS and the head of the “Electrochemical Energy Storage and Transformation Team” (EEST) at the Institut des Materiaux Jean Rouxel at Nantes, about 50 scientists including 20 staff researchers. This team gathers activities on batteries, on moderate & high temperature fuels cells & electrolysers, and on advanced spectroscopies & simulations. Guyomard expertise deals with basic & applied solid state electrochemistry and material & surface science, applied to the fields of Li-ion, Na-ion, Li metal polymer, and Li-S batteries. He serves as expert on energy storage in several national and international academic committees. He belongs to the advisory board of several international symposia, and is co-organizer of several national and international conferences. He is now President of IBA. He received recently the 2007 IBA Research Award, the 2008 French Academy of Science Award for Science Transfer to Industry, and the 2010 ECS Battery Division Research Award. He is co-author of more than 220 journal papers and 30 patents.

Dave Howell Department of Energy, USA US DOE Electric Vehicle Battery R&D Progress and Plans The Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technology Office (DOEVTO) funds high-reward/high-risk research conducted by national laboratories, universities, and industry – to develop low-cost and high-performance automotive batteries necessary for the consumer acceptance of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in the marketplace. In fiscal year 2015, VTO battery R&D funding totaled about $80 million. Current battery technology performance is far below its theoretically possible limit and in the near-term, opportunity exists to more than double the battery pack specific energy for lithiumion technology by using new high-capacity cathode materials, higher voltage electrolytes, and by replacing graphite anodes with high capacity silicon or tin-based intermetallic alloys. In the longer term, certain “beyond Li-ion” battery chemistries) offer the possibility of specific energy values significantly higher than those of current lithium-ion batteries as well as the potential of significantly-reduced battery cost. Despite recent promising advances, more R&D is needed to achieve the requisite performance, lifetime and reduced cost needed for these new battery technologies to enter the market. The status of VTO-funded advanced automotive battery R&D projects for FY 2014–15 will be discussed in this talk and associated issues will be highlighted. Dave Howell is the Acting Director of the Vehicle Technologies Office in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE). Dave leads an array of activities that help reduce America's dependence on foreign oil and secure a clean energy future. VTO supports about $280 million in annual research funding for hybrid drivetrains, advanced batteries, lightweight materials, advanced combustion and fuels, vehicle systems integration, and Clean Cities deployment activities. Dave is also the Program Manager for the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles R&D in VTO. He serves as DOE’s representative at the United States Advanced Battery Consortium Management Committee and to international organizations and inter-government forums involved in electric drive transportation. Dave was also the Department’s Technology Development Manager for the Electric Drive Vehicle Battery Manufacturing Initiative grants awarded through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. Prior to joining the Department, Dave was a member of the research staff of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and served on active duty in the U.S. Air Force Materials Laboratory. Dave has over 30 years of experience planning and successfully executing multi-disciplined research & 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


development activities that includes electric drive vehicles, advanced battery research and manufacturing, advanced structural composite materials and processing. Dave received a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1985 from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Yongsheng Hu IOP/CAS, China

Cited Researchers in the field of Materials Science in 2014 and 2015. He received several awards and fellowships for his research work, such as the “Chinese Society of Electrochemical Prize for Young Scientists” (2013), the “Chinese Society of Ceramic Prize for Young Scientists” (2013), the Excellent Award for “One Hundred Talent Project” of CAS (2014), Tajima Prize (2015), Newton Advanced Fellowships (2015), Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry (2015), etc.

Development of Sodium-Ion Batteries for Grid-Scale Energy Storage

Nobuyuki Imanishi Mie University, Japan

With the tremendous development of renewable energies such as solar and wind powers, the smooth integration of their energies into the grid, thus improving the grid reliability and utilization, critically needs large-scale energy storage systems with low cost, long-life, high efficiency and high safety. Among the various energy storage technologies, electrochemical approach represents one of the most promising means to store the electricity in large-scale because of the flexibility, high energy conversion efficiency and simple maintenance. Due to the highest energy density among practical rechargeable batteries, lithium-ion batteries have been widely used in the portable electronic devices and would undoubtedly be the best choice for the electric vehicles. However, the rarity and non-uniform distribution of lithium in the Earth’s crust may not simultaneously support these two important application areas: electric vehicles and renewable energy. In this regard, room-temperature sodium-ion batteries with lower energy density compared with lithium-ion batteries have been reconsidered particularly for renewable energy, where cost and cycle life are more critical factors than energy density owing to the abundant sodium resources (2.75%) and low cost as well as similar “rockingchair” sodium storage mechanism as lithium. More importantly, we can use Na+ ions as the charge carrier to explore new chemistry and new materials to further decrease the cost. For example, sodium cannot form the alloy with aluminum, therefore aluminum foil can be used as the current collector for the anode without the overdischarge problem. In this talk, I will present our recent research progress on the sodium-ion batteries from IoP-CAS. In particular, I will focus on a series of air-stable and Ni-/Co-free Na-Cu-Fe-Mn-O (e.g., Na0.9Cu0.2Fe0.3Mn0.5O2) cathode and a superior low cost amorphous carbon anode made from pitch and lignin. Finally, the prototype sodium-ion batteries based on these cathode and anode materials will also be demonstrated to have promising practical application.

Development of Materials for Aqueous Lithium Batteries

Yongsheng Hu is a full professor at the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IoP-CAS). He received his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from IoP-CAS with Prof. Liquan Chen in 2004, and then moved to Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research as Postdoctor and Principal Researcher. After a short stay at the University of California at Santa Barbara, he joined IoP-CAS in 2008 and is working on advanced materials for long-life grid-scale stationary batteries and their energy storage mechanism, particularly focusing on sodium based rechargeable batteries. His recent original contributions include: discover the electroactivity of Cu2+/Cu3+ redox couple in sodium containing oxides and design a series of air-stable and Co-/Ni-free Na-Cu-Fe-Mn-O cathode materials for sodium-ion batteries; propose a superior low-cost amorphous carbon made from pitch and lignin as an anode for sodium-ion batteries; design zero-strain anode materials for sodium-ion batteries; propose a “Solvent-in-Salt” electrolyte; propose the use of N-/B-doped carbon as a nanocoating layer for electrode materials, etc. He has published over 120 internationally refereed SCI publications including Journals such as Nature Mater., Nature Commun., Science Adv., Adv. Mater., Adv. Energy Mater., Energy Storage Materials, J. Mater. Chem. A, Angew. Chem., Energy Environ. Sci., Nano Letters, etc. These papers have been cited over 7000 times according to ISI web of science with an H-index of 44. He was selected as a Thomson Reuters Highly 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

Protected lithium electrode (PLE) consisting of lithium metal anode, lithium ion-conducting organic electrolyte interlayer and ceramic electrolyte is a key technology in aqueous lithium-air batteries. The battery is characterized for its high energy density, but PLE must achieve quite high areal capacity and coulombic efficiency. The talk is about the materials development for improved performance of PLE. In addition, different type of aqueous batteries using this PLE is also planned to be introduced. Nobuyuki Imanishi is a professor of Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University, Japan. He graduated from department of industrial chemistry, Kyoto University in 1986 and received his PhD in 1993. He started his research professionally at 1990 in Mie University and after 22-year career as assistant and associate professor, he promoted to the present position. He focuses on functional materials and electrochemistry, especially energy conversion and storage materials, for instance, electrode materials for lithium batteries and fuel cells, and solid-state electrolytes for those batteries. His recent research interests include two main topics: aqueous lithium-air batteries and polymer lithium batteries.

Minuro Inaba Doshisha University, Japan Highly Concentrated Electrolyte for 5 V Systems Highly concentrated electrolytes have many unique properties, and all solvent molecules are strongly coordinated with Li+ ions, and hence the stability of the electrolytes against oxidation is improved significantly. 5-V cathodes, e.g. LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4, are promising for the next-generation LIBs with high energy densities. Unfortunately no electrolyte systems that tolerate the highly oxidative 5 V cathode have been reported so far. In the present study, we investigated the effect of concentration on the stability of highly concentrated electrolytes, LiPF6/PC and LiBF4/PC, against a 5-V cathode, LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 to realize 5 V LIB systems. Minuro Inaba received his BSc from Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University in 1984, and his M. Sc. in 1986 and Dr. Eng. in 1995 from Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University. He has worked on electrochemical energy conversion systems at Kyoto University (1992-2002) and at Doshisha University (2002-present). He is the chairperson of The Committee of Battery Technology, The Electrochemical Society of Japan. He joined an editorial team of Journal of Power Sources as an associate editor in 2014, and now promoted to an editor in 2015. His research interests are fundamental aspects on electrochemical energy conversion systems, such as lithium-ion batteries, polymer electrolyte fuel cells, and solid oxide fuel cells. He has authored over 190 peer-reviewed papers, 60 review articles, 25 book chapters, and 20 patents. (continued on next page)

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Saiful Islam University of Bath, UK Insights into Fast Lithium and Sodium-ion Conduction in Solid Electrolyte and Cathode Materials Major advances in rechargeable batteries require the discovery and characterisation of new materials. It is clear that a complete understanding of the properties of electrode and electrolyte materials for both Li- and Na-ion batteries requires fundamental knowledge of their underlying structural, ion diffusion and surface properties on the atomic- and nano-scales. In this context, advanced materials modelling combined with structural and electrochemical techniques are now powerful tools for investigating these properties. This talk will highlight recent studies in the following areas: (i) structural and mechanistic insights into fast lithium-ion conduction in Li4SiO4Li3PO4 solid electrolytes; (ii) ion diffusion pathways in polyanionic cathode materials such as Li-sulfates (e.g. LiFeSO4OH) and Naphosphates (e.g. Na2FePO4F, NaFePO4). Saiful Islam is Professor of Materials Chemistry at the University of Bath, and a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit award holder. He grew up in London and obtained his Chemistry degree and PhD from University College London, followed by a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Eastman Kodak Labs in New York, USA. He returned to the UK to the University of Surrey, before joining the University of Bath in 2006. His research interests include structural, transport and computational studies of new electrode and solid electrolyte materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteries. Saiful has received awards for his research including the RSC Sustainable Energy Award. He has presented more than 60 invited talks at international conferences, and has around 180 publications (attracting 9,500 citations and h-index of 56). He sits on the RSC advisory boards of the Journal of Materials Chemistry and Energy & Environmental Science. He is involved with the European ALISTORE ERI, the SUPERGEN Energy Storage Hub and the EPSRC program grant on Energy Materials-Computational Solutions (as PI). Saiful is also involved with outreach work with schools and café science talks, and is a member of the Diversity Committee of the Royal Society.

Jürgen Janek University of Giessen, Germany "Solidifying” Batteries – Solid Electrolytes in Lithium (Ion) Batteries Solid electrolytes and solid state batteries are currently attracting serious interest as potential future components and storage devices. Solid electrolytes (polymer, ceramic or composites) are required to construct protected lithium anodes – in case that lithium metal anodes will become again part of lithium batteries. If the cathode is still employed in contact with a liquid electrolyte, a new interface between a liquid and a solid electrolyte forms which can be highly resistive. Solid state batteries without any liquid electrolytes are considered as ultimately stable and safe devices, but are expected to suffer from poor kinetics and high costs. The lecture will include answers to the following questions: • • • • • •

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Are solid electrolytes necessarily worse lithium ion conductors than liquid electrolytes? Are solid electrolytes the key to ultimately long-term stable batteries? What do we know about the interface between liquid and solid electrolytes? What is the state of the art thin film battery? How to construct “thick film” solid state batteries? Important research tasks in the development of solid state batteries?

Jürgen Janek is professor for Physical Chemistry at Justus-Liebig University in Giessen (Germany) and scientific director of BELLA (Batteries and Electrochemistry Laboratory), a joint lab of BASF SE and KIT in Karlsruhe/Germany. He received his doctoral degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in Chemistry from University of Hannover, mentored by Hermann Schmalzried and Alan B. Lidiard in the field of physical chemistry of solids. He was visiting professor at Seoul National University, Tohoku University/Sendai and Université d´Aix-Marseille. His research in physical chemistry of solids and electrochemistry spans a wide range from fundamental transport studies in mixed conductors, electrode kinetics and interface phenomena to plasma electrochemistry and in situ studies in electrochemical cells. Current key interests include new materials and their reactions in lithium solid state batteries, lithium- and sodium-based next generation batteries (e. g. Na/O2 cells) and the defect chemistry of porous and nanostructured oxides. The transport properties and stability range of lithium and sodium solid electrolytes form a major part of his recent research projects. Jürgen Janek holds several patents and is author of more than 200 peer-reviewed papers in a wide range of journals.

Wonhee Jeong LG Chemical, Republic of Korea Lithium-Ion Battery Technology for Low-Voltage Hybrids Lithium-ion batteries are lightweight power sources with high recuperation capability, which could be a potent battery technology for emerging low-voltage hybrid markets. Based on lithium-ion battery technology, automotive manufacturers have investigated various 12V and 48V systems with different dimension and performance requirements. Depending on their needs for a pack location and system design, OEMs’ interest in cell chemistry varies from conventional carbonaceous anode-based battery to LTO anodebased one to LFP cathode-based one. In this talk, current lithium-ion battery solutions to various low-voltage needs will be discussed with a focus on technical challenges in cell design. Also, we will explore future lithium-ion battery technology required for 12V and 48V lithium-ion batteries. Wonhee Jeong obtained his BS and MS in chemistry from Seoul National University, Korea. He received a PhD in organic chemistry from Stanford University (USA) in 2008. After two years of postdoctoral research at UNC at Chapel Hill (USA), he joined LG Chem as a manager for the development of next-generation lithiumion batteries for PHEV and EV applications. Currently, he is leader of Micro HEV team at LG Chem, and responsible for developing lithium-ion batteries for low-voltage hybrids.

Kiyoshi Kanamura Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan All Solid State Battery with Llz Solid Electrolyte and Li Metal Anode LLZ is one of promising candidates for all solid state battery. Li metal anode is the most suitable anode material for next generation battery. The fabrication of all solid state battery using these materials has been investigated to confirm the electrochemical performance of all solid state battery with LLZ and Li metal anode. By using AD process, the all sold state battery has been successfully prepared. The cell delivered 120 mA h g-1 based on LiCoO2 cathode at room temperature. In this presentation, the preparation process of cathode and Li metal anode on LLZ solid electrolyte will be reported and a possibility of all solid state battery as next generation battery will be discussed in detail.

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Kiyoshi Kanamura is currently Professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Urban Environmental Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University. Dr. Kanamura received his Doctor of Engineering from Kyoto University, Japan. He has worked as Associate Professor at Kyoto University, and Tokyo Metropolitan University. Dr. Kanamura has received the “Sano” Prize for Young Researchers from Electrochemical Society of Japan (1992); the Research Award, Energy Technology Division, Electrochemical Society Inc. (2005); the BCSJ Award Article (2009); and the Research Award, Japanese Association of Inorganic Phosphorus Chemistry (2011).

Kisuk Kang Seoul National Laboratory, Republic of Korea Simple Metal Oxide as a New Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries In our continuing efforts of redox composite electrode, we identify that simple metal oxides in the redox composite can function as excellent cathode for lithium ion batteries via a new lithium storage mechanism, so called "surface conversion reaction". Kisuk Kang is a professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Seoul National University where he received his BS. He did his PhD and postdoc at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before he joined SNU, he was a professor at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) until 2010. From 2013, he is a tenured professor at SNU. His research lab at SNU focuses on developing new materials for LIB, post-Li battery chemistries—such as Na, Mg batteries and metal-air batteries—using combined experiments and ab initio calculations. For the past 5 years, he has published more than 150 international journals and issued more than 20 patents on this field. His accomplishments were recognized by ISE (International Society of Electrochemistry) Young Investigator Award (2011), Inaugural Energy and Environmental Science Lectureship Award (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012), PBFC Award (Korean Electrochemical Society, 2013) and the prestigious Korean Young Scientist Award by the President of Korea (2013).

Sun Ho Kang Samsung SDI, Republic of Korea Materials for High Energy Lithuim Ion Batteries Advancement of smart electronics, evolution of wearable devices, and growing interest in electric vehicles have created significant needs for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) with high energy density that provide longer usage time, smaller size, and extended driving range, respectively. Since its introduction to market in 1991, the energy density of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) has increased significantly, which has been possible through innovation in materials technologies and cell engineering. To meet market’s expectation for LIBs as power sources for electric vehicles and next generation mobile devices, however, further breakthroughs are needed, especially in active materials. In this presentation, recent status and progress in active materials in commercial high energy density LIBs will be discussed. Sun Ho Kang received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Materials Science and Engineering from Seoul National University, South Korea. His Ph. D. thesis was on nonstoichiometry and its effect on magnetic properties of Mg-Mn ferrite spinel. He then moved to the United States to join Professor John B. Goodneough group at the University of Texas at Austin as a postdoctoral fellow (1999–2000), where he studied various cathode materials for Li-ion batteries (LIBs) including Li-Mn spinel and Li-V-Mo brannerite. In 2001, he joined the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory. During his 10-year tenure at Argonne National 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

Laboratory (2001–2011), he has focused his research effort on development of Li(Ni,Co,Mn)O2 and Li-rich layered-layered cathode materials and diagnostic analysis of Li-ion cells for electric vehicle applications. In 2011, he returned to Korea to join Samsung SDI. He is currently leading a polymer cell development group at Samsung SDI’s Battery Business Division. He has published more than 80 papers in scientific journals and holds 17 US Patents.

Ryoji Kanno Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Developments of Lithium Solid Electrolytes and their Application to all Solid-state Batteries Lithium solid electrolytes promise the potential to replace organic liquid electrolytes and thereby improve safety of the next-generation batteries. Among the electrolytes proposed, the sulphide system is a candidate for practical batteries because of their high ionic conductivity; the Li10GeP2S12 (LGPS) phase exhibits high ionic conductivity of over 10-2 S cm-1 at room temperature and is promising for applications requiring batteries with high powers and energy densities. The present study focuses on several topics of the all solidstate system using the inorganic electrolytes. (i) Material varieties of the LGPS system may provide suitable combinations of the electrodes and the electrolyte. To improve the materials variety, the substitution systems with the LGPS type structure were examined, and their phase diagram, structure and ionic conduction were studied. (ii) The combination with high-voltage electrode or high-capacity electrode may provide high capacity systems. The all solid-state batteries using various electrode materials were examined. (iii) The reaction at the electrolyte/electrode interface is the important issue to improve the stability and rate capabilities. High resistance at the interface of the solid-state system might prevent their usage for high current battery systems. Reactions at the interface were also examined. Based on these experimental results, the battery characteristics of the all solidstate system using LGPS electrolytes will be discussed. Ryoji Kanno has been investigating materials for electrochemical energy conversion devices, particularly on lithium batteries and solid oxide fuel cells, since 1980. His ambition for new materials development is finding an oxide perovskite as cathode material for solid oxide fuel cells. He has developed new materials for all solidstate batteries for the next generation. He also developed mechanistic studies on lithium battery materials of layered rock salt, olivine, and thin-film model electrodes. Based on fundamental studies on solid-state chemistry, he developed many new materials for energy conversion and trying to indicate a new direction of the future battery system.

Chisu Kim Institut de recherche d'Hydro-Québec, Canada In Operando Studies for the Strategic Development of High Performance Lithium/Sulfur Batteries Characterization results from in-situ SEM, in-situ UV-VIS spectroscopy and in-situ RAMAN spectroscopy will be presented in connection with the reaction mechanism and failure modes of Li/S battery. Chisu Kim is a senior researcher at Hydro-Québec, where she is responsible for the development of advanced material for next generation lithium batteries. She obtained her B.S. (1994), M.S. (1996), and PhD (2000) in electrochemistry from Seoul National University in South Korea. Before joining Hydro-Québec, she worked for battery industry for 12 years and developed lithium batteries for various applications ranging from mobile devices to electric vehicles. (continued on next page) 21


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Hee-Tak Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea Hybrid Ion Conductor: Polysulfide Exclusion for Advanced Lithium Sulfur Batteries Lithium sulfur battery, although it is regarded as a promising next generation secondary battery, has yet to overcome problems that limit their commercialization. In this talk, Prof. Kim will deliver recent results which show how the concept of hybrid ion conductor can address the one of the major problems of lithium sulfur battery, polysulfide shuttle. Hee-Tak Kim is an associate professor of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He received his B.S (1993), MS (1995), and PhD (1999) in Chemical Engineering at KAIST. His PhD thesis was photo-induced liquid crystal alignment layer. He had developed his industrial carrier as a senior engineer at Institute of Advanced Engineering (IAE) (1999~2000), a principle engineer at NESS (2000~2002), and a senior/principle engineer at Samsung SDI (2003~2013). During his industrial carrier, he had been involved in the R&D of various electrochemical devices including lithium sulfur battery, lithium ion polymer battery, direct methanol fuel cell, and polymer electrolyte fuel cell. He led lithium sulfur battery development at IAE and NESS, and membrane electrode assembly development at SAMSUNG SDI. He joined KAIST on July, 2013, and, currently leads electrochemical energy device laboratory. His research lab. focus on developing next generation lithium batteries including lithium sulfur, lithium oxygen, and lithium metal ion batteries, redox flow batteries (vanadium, Zn/Br), and polymer electrolyte fuel cells. He has published more than 70 papers in SCI journal and hold more than 90 patents.

Shinichi Komaba Tokyo University of Science, Japan Towards Na-ion and K-ion Batteries We have been studying electrode and electrolyte materials for Li-ion batteries. In the past 10 years, we have also studied the materials for Na-ion batteries. Indeed we succeeded high-capacity or highenergy positive / negative electrode materials including binders and electrolytes. Recently, we expand our research target to K-ion batteries, which is potentially expected to show higher-power and higher-voltage than those of Li- and Na-ion batteries. We will talk about our recent achievement on electrode and electrolyte materials and surface chemistry for Na-ion and K-ion batteries and will discuss similarity and difference compared with Li-ion ones. Shinichi Komaba is a Professor of Applied Chemistry at Tokyo University of Science and a Project Professor at Kyoto University. After he received his PhD from Waseda University, he joined Iwate University in 1998. From 2003 to 2004, he also worked at Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux, France, as a postdoctoral research fellow. In 2005, he moved to Tokyo University of Science as a faculty member and focused on lithium-ion as well as sodium-ion batteries. Professor Komaba received the 2014 Resonate Award for his research in energy storage, which is aimed at making batteries safer, more efficient and affordable, from the Resnick Sustainability Institute at Caltech. He has developed anode and cathode materials and electrolytes, additives, and binders for sodiumion batteries and safer lithium-ion battery systems. Breakthroughs in these systems show promise towards realizing zero-emission vehicles and mitigating the power variability of incorporating renewable energy into the grid. He has produced more than 170 original papers. 22

Because of his distinguished and pioneering achievement of next generation batteries, he is also honored with JSPS (The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Prize and German Innovation Award in 2015.

Yukinari Kotani Toyota, Japan Challenges to All-Solid State Battery for Sustainable Mobility For a practical electric vehicle to be widely accepted in the market, development of next generation batteries with high energy density is critical. So far, Toyota is promoting battery R&D from both the engineering and scientific point of view, and we believe All-Solid State battery using an inorganic solid electrolyte has great potential as a candidate for beyond Li-Ion battery technology. There are several benefits such as no potential for leakage, a wide electrochemical window, and high thermal stability and these properties enable the design of a series, multi-layer cell, which would result in a high voltage and robust energy device even in harsh environments. In my presentation, I will introduce the current challenges and update some results of Toyota’s All-Solid State battery program. Yukinari Kotani is Vice President for Toyota Research Institute – North America (TRI-NA) at Toyota Technical Center (TTC) is a division of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, North America, Inc. (TEMA). Mr. Kotani joined TTC in July 2013 as Vice President of TRI-NA. His current responsibilities include overseeing Materials, Electronics and Future Mobility Research. Prior to TTC, Mr. Kotani employed by Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) in Japan in the managerial position of Project General Manager, Battery Research Division. He has been engaged in managing TMC’s research activities on batteries and related projects since January 2007. Mr. Kotani graduated from the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and joined TMC in April 1992.

Maksym Kovalenko ETH Zürich, Switzerland Nanoscale Anode and Cathode Materials for (Li/Na/Mg/Al)-ion Batteries For a practical electric vehicle to be widely accepted in the market, development of next generation batteries with high energy density is critical. So far, Toyota is promoting battery R&D from both the engineering and scientific point of view, and we believe All-Solid State battery using an inorganic solid electrolyte has great potential as a candidate for beyond Li-Ion battery technology. There are several benefits such as no potential for leakage, a wide electrochemical window, and high thermal stability and these properties enable the design of a series, multi-layer cell, which would result in a high voltage and robust energy device even in harsh environments. In my presentation, I will introduce the current challenges and update some results of Toyota’s All-Solid State battery program. Maksym Kovalenko has been a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at ETH Zürich since July 2011. His group is also partially hosted by EMPA (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology) to support his highly interdisciplinary research program. He completed graduate studies at Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria, 2004–2007, with Prof. Wolfgang Heiss), followed by postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago (USA, 2008–2011, with Prof. Dmitri Talapin). His present scientific focus is on the development of new synthesis methods for inorganic nanomaterials, their surface chemistry engineering and assembly into macroscopically large solids. His ultimate, practical goal is to provide 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


novel inorganic materials for rechargeable Li-ion batteries, post-Libatteries, photovoltaics and optoelectronics. He is the recipient of an ERC Starting Grant 2012 and Ruzicka Preis 2013.

Amo Kwade Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany Ecological Friendly Recycling of Lithium Ion Batteries – the Lithorec Process The increasing demand of lithium ion batteries requires the recovery of active materials from spent lithium ion batteries and production rejects in order to prevent a future shortage of lithium and other valuable raw materials. In contrast to existing recycling processes, the main goal of the LithoRec process is to achieve a high recycling yield and a low ecological impact as well as to efficiently recover all battery materials at battery grade quality. The project spams the entire recycling process starting from the discharging and disassembly stages, and following through with mechanical, chemical and thermal processing (e.g. crushing, grinding, classification, sorting, and extraction) used to separate the battery into recyclable fractions. In order to match the high purity standards of hydro-metallurgical processes for the production of battery active materials, the battery active materials have to be separated from the current collector foil very purely. For that purpose, a new patented separation process has been developed which show a very high separation rate at high purity. The entire process was set up in pilot scale and operated with spent different spent battery systems. Results of this pilot trials will be discussed in the paper. Subsequently, new battery active materials have been produced and characterized in battery test cells. Arno Kwade worked 9 years in industry as head of a consultancy and general manager of a medium sized company in the field of particle comminution, dispersing, mixing and handling prior to taking over the Directorship of the Institute and Chair for Particle Technology of the Technische Universität Braunschweig (Brunswick) in 2005. Based on deep understanding of mechanical processes as milling, mixing, dispersing and compression of bulk solids as head of the institute he focused the research on developing processes and process chains for innovative particulate products like especially pharmaceutics and battery electrodes. He was and is head of several joint research projects on pharmaceutics development as well as production and recycling of lithium ion battery cells, e.g. a joint lower Saxony graduate school on battery cells, head of the European working group on comminution and member of several boards like the Beirat Batterie forum Deutschland. From 2011 to 2013 he was Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and from 2013 to 2015 member of the University Senate.

Peter Lamp BMW Group, Germany Advanced Materials for Future Generations of Automotive Batteries: Potential and Limits New mobility concepts are required to balance the individual need for mobility and the sustainable utilization of natural resources as well as the protection of the environment. Technology improvements are necessary that allow the transition towards mobility concepts based on renewable energies. Today the electrification of drive trains, ranging from hybrid vehicles to plug-in hybrids, and finally to pure electric vehicles, is the commonly accepted next step in this direction. BMW is strongly committed to this path. The electric energy storage is the key technology for electrification. Energy and/or power density of the storage system define the fuel reduction potential as well as the customer acceptance. To make it a success story, care has to be taken to fulfill the present and future 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

customer expectations, in particular with regard to safety and reliability, performance and costs. One of the major factors for a high market penetration of electric vehicles is the ratio between driving range and costs. More than 90% of the world wide vehicle market falls in the price range below 50.000$; on the other hand, a driving range above 400 km is needed. That requires energy density targets above 250 Wh/kg or 400 Wh/l for a battery pack, with costs as low as 150 $/kWh. Different strategies are nowadays considered which enable a considerable increase in the electric range. These include the optimization of cell and electrode design. But the largest impact on the energy density is the introduction of novel cathode and anode materials for Li-ion cells. There are a number of materials in development which may give an improvement in energy density. But only a few seem to have the potential to meet automotive requirements in particular regarding lifetime and safety. For most of the material developments considerable improvements are needed before a possible industrialization of the new generations of batteries for automotive application can be envisaged. This presentation will outline the potential and limits of present material concepts from a car manufacturer point of view. In particular it will address open issues to be solved in the future development of electric energy storage technologies for automotive applications. Peter Lamp received his degree and PhD in general physics from the Technical University of Munich (PhD done at the Max-PlanckInstitute for Physics, Munich; finalized in 1993). Since 1994 he has held different positions in non-profit research organizations as well as industry; continuously working on applied research in the field of energy storage and conversion. Dr. Lamp joined BMW in 2001 as development engineer for fuel cell systems. From 2008 to 2012 he was responsible for product development of Li-Ion cells. Since 2012 he has been head of the department ‚Research Battery Technology. His present focus is research on next generation electrical energy storage systems and strategy for application at BMW.

Bernard Lestriez Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN), France Multi-Scale Characterization of Electronic and Ionic Limitations to Power Performance of Composite Electrodes Toward Ultra-High Surface Capacities By using a set of advanced techniques such as the broad band dielectric spectroscopy, X-Ray and FIB-SEM computed tomography, it will be described which factor(s) (material properties, engineering parameters) mainly influence the rate discharging behavior of NMCor LFP-based composite electrodes. This fundamental understanding will be rationalized to disclose ultra-high surface capacities electrodes (more than 10 mAh / cm²) with reasonable rate performance. Bernard Lestriez is a chemical engineer and obtained his PhD in the field of polymer based composite materials in 2000. Since 2001 he is assistant-professor at the University of Nantes in France and does his research in the group headed by D. Guyomard at the IMN. He is mostly known for his expertise about the design of the formulation and the processing of composite electrodes for lithium batteries (aqueous processing of LiFePO4-based electrodes, critical role of binders and conductive additives for Si-based electrodes). In 2007 he started a fundamental study of the electronic and ionic limitations to power performance of composite electrodes, in close collaboration with an expert in the broad band dielectric spectroscopy technique, J.-C. Badot. Today, he is sharing the responsibility of the battery group at the IMN and is leading several French top-level research programs (Pepite, Tours 2015 …) about new electrode designs for lithium ion and lithium metal batteries and microbatteries, as well as numerous industrial research collaborations with international groups (Solvay, Renault, Umicore, STMicroelectronics …). 73 publications, 15 patents, 3 book chapters. (continued on next page) 23


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Hong Li IOP/CAS, China Interfacial Behaviors of Metal Lithium Anode in Solid Lithium Batteries Variation of morphology and composition of metal lithium contacted with gas, liquid and solid plays the key role for achieving high cyclic performance and safety for high energy density rechargeable lithium batteries. In this talk, our investigations on metal lithium anodes in rechargeable solid lithium batteries with and without liquid additive are reported. Several strategies for dealing with lithium pulverization, interfacial resistance and volume variation are evaluated. Hong Li received Ph.D degree in 1999 in the Institute of Physics, CAS. He is currently a professor in the same institute. He serves as Deputy Director of Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics. He is in charge of the “High energy density Li batteries for electrical vehicles” project, a CAS strategic priority research program. Hong Li’s research is focused on developing nanoSi/C anode materials for high energy density Li-ion batteries. Recent interest includes failure analysis of Li-ion batteries and rechargeable solid metal lithium batteries. Hong Li holds over forty patents and 220 peer-reviewed papers. Aramugam Manthiram University of Texas at Austin, USA Lithium- and Sodium-sulfur Cells with High Sulfur Loading Lithium-sulfur (Li-S) and sodium-sulfur (Na-S) batteries are promising candidates as the next-generation energy-storage systems because of the high charge-storage capacity, natural abundance, and environmental friendliness of sulfur. However, the practical utility of Li-S and Na-S cells is hampered by low electrochemical utilization of sulfur and severe polysulfide diffusion, resulting in low discharge capacity and poor cycle life. Efforts to overcome the persistent problems often result in low-sulfur-loading cathodes, defeating the purpose of Li-S and Na-S cells replacing the current lithium-ion technology. Recognizing that the traditional cathode configuration borrowed from commercial insertion-compound cathodes may not allow the pure sulfur cathode to put its unique materials chemistry to good use or reach high active-material loading, this presentation will focus on unique approaches in engineering the sulfur cathodes with active material loading as high as 10 mg/cm2. For instance, binderfree layer-by-layer sulfur cathodes as well as omurice-type electrodes, supporting high sulfur loading, long life, and high gravimetric, volumetric, and areal capacities, will be presented. In addition, the use of solid electrolyte membranes to suppress polysulfide migration and alkali-metal dendrite growth will be presented. Aramugam Manthiram is currently the Cockrell Family Regents Chair in Engineering and Director of the Texas Materials Institute and the Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program at the University of Texas at Austin. He received B.S. (1974) and M.S. (1976) degrees in chemistry from Madurai University, India, and a PhD degree in chemistry in 1980 from the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras. After working as a Lecturer at Madurai Kamaraj University in India and as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford and at the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin), he became a faculty member in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UT-Austin in 1991. Dr. Manthiram’s current research is in the area of rechargeable batteries and fuel cells, with a focus on low-cost, efficient materials, novel chemical synthesis and processing approaches, and fundamental understanding of the structure-property-performance relationships. He has authored more than 560 publications and 9 patents, with 14 patent applications currently pending. He is the Regional (USA) Editor of Solid State Ionics and is serving as an editorial board member for 5 other journals. He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic 24

Society, the Electrochemical Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the World Academy of Materials and Manufacturing Engineering. He received the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award (university-wide single award per year) in 2012, Battery Division Research Award from the Electrochemical Society in 2014, and Distinguished Alumnus Award of the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2015.

Huanyu Mao YouLion Battery, China Fail-Safe System for High Energy Density Power Li-Ion Batteries As longer driving range becomes an important feature for pure electric vehicles, higher energy density power batteries are needed. However, the battery safety for higher energy density power batteries has been an obstacle. An idea of “Fail-Safe” and its measures can largely reduce the risk of using high energy density power Li – Ion batteries. This talk will describe how our Fail-Safe system working to prevent the overall packs disasters when few cell had thermo runaway inside the battery pack. Huanyu Mao earned his PhD in Electrochemistry from Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada. He joined Moli Energy in Vancouver in 1991 as a Research Scientist working in developing of Lithium Ion batteries. His patents of electrolyte additives in 1993 created Functional Electrolyte technology, that has been widely used in today’s Li-Ion battery industry. As a co-founder, Dr. Mao Started Tianjin Lishen Batteries in China in 1997. He jointed Shenzhen BAK battery in 2004 as CTO and COO. He works in Suzhou Youlion Battery as Chairman and CEO since 2014.

Christian Masquelier University of Picardie, France Operando Diffraction During Li Battery Operation using Neutron and Synchrotron X-Ray Radiations We recently designed an electrochemical cell manufactured with a completely neutron-transparent (Ti,Zr) alloy able to provide good electrochemical properties and Neutron Diffraction patterns operando, with good statistics and no other Bragg peaks than those of the electrode material of interest. Importantly, this allows detailed structural determinations by Rietveld refinements from data recorded during battery operation. Complementary experiments using high resolution synchrotron diffraction reveal subtle phenomena previously disregarded for important battery materials. Christian Masquelier is currently a Full Professor in Chemistry at Université Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France and has been working for 25 years on the crystal chemistry of sodium ion conductors and positive electrode materials for Li-ion batteries, in particular phosphate-based positive electrodes. He graduated (PhD) from ParisXI Orsay University in 1991, spent two years as a Post-Doc at the Osaka National Research Institute, Japan and two additional years as a Post-Doc at the University of Texas at Austin, USA. He became Associate Professor in Chemistry in 1996 and joined the Université de Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens in 2000. He is the co-author of ~130 publications and 15 international patents in this field.

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Wenjuan Liu Mattis Microvast Inc., China Nonflammable, Fast Charging & Superb Cycle Life Battery Technology For Automotive Applications Li-ion batteries are one of the most potential candidates as the energy storage devices mainly due to their high energy densities with fairly good rate capabilities and a fairly long cycle life. Currently, Lithium-ion batteries are nearing their theoretical energy density limit and battery manufacturers are beginning to focus on improving manufacturing methods and increasing safety. In this presentation, I will introduce Microvast’s non-flammable battery technology for lithium-ion batteries resolves battery safety issues through a multilevel approach from materials to the system level. The new technology takes both active and passive protection measures in order to enhance product safety, including improvements to the battery's electrolyte, separator and protection system. Meanwhile, the fast charging and superb cycle life are maintained for the automotive application. The nonflammable, fast charging & superb cycle life battery technology can solve the current key constraints in electric vehicle development and to redesign electric vehicle power systems to the mass adoption of electric vehicles. Wenjuan Liu Mattis received her Ph.D. degree in Material Science and Engineering Department at The Pennsylvania State University in 2010 and joined the Dow Energy Material Department at The Dow Chemical Company in Mar. 2010. At Dow, she was working on advanced battery technology development - research and development of novel cathode, anode, electrolyte, electrolyte additives of high energy and high power lithium ion batteries for application in HEV, PHEV, EV and consumer electronics. In Oct. 2013, she joined Microvast Inc. Currently, as the VP of R&D, she is leading the R&D efforts developing high energy electrode materials and advanced batteries, targeting safer, cheaper and higher performance energy storage devices, including but not limited to lithium ion batteries, for the applications in EV, HEV, PHEV and EESS. She work with multiple businesses and core R&D to maximize the innovation pipeline for Microvast R&D function, and works on cross-department communication & coordination, raising and executing IP strategy of Microvast, and taking charge of all aspects of the global intellectual property portfolio.

Bryan McCloskey University of Berkeley, USA Ion Solvation Effects in the Nonaqueous Li-O2 Electrochemistry Multiple directions in battery research are now being pursued in hopes of advancing beyond the specific energy limits imposed by conventional Li-ion electrode materials. For example, ‘beyond Li-ion’ battery chemistries, such as Li-O2, Li-S, and Mg-ion, are currently being explored as potential successors to Li-ion batteries given their very high theoretical specific energies; yet severe technical challenges have prohibited them from becoming a practical reality. The objective of this presentation is to provide an assessment of such challenges, in particular, instabilities of the electrolyte and cathode, and Li2O2 electronic conductivity limitations, facing the nonaqueous Li-O2 battery cathode. Results will be presented on the characterization of the Li2O2 formation mechanism and how the mechanism can be manipulated through electrolyte engineering to potentially alleviate problems associated with Li2O2 deposition on the cathode.

edu/faculty/cbe/mccloskey. He was a postdoctoral researcher (2009– 2011) and Research Staff Member (2012–2013) at IBM Almaden Research Center, where he studied fundamental characteristics of electrochemical processes occurring in Li-O2 batteries. His PhD thesis, supervised by Benny Freeman at the University of Texas at Austin, focused on molecular transport through microporous and dense polymeric membranes, with a particular emphasis on membranes for water purification.

Y. Shirley Meng University of California San Diego, USA Making the Invisible Visible – Advanced Diagnosis Methods for Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery Materials Scanning electron microscopy and electron energy loss spectroscopy (STEM/EELS) offers unprecedented spatial resolution, which has enabled nanoscale imaging and chemical analysis of battery materials - their surfaces, grain boundaries and phase boundaries. Combining the state-of-the-art in situ operando analytical electron microscopy with first principles (FP) computational data analysis, we reveal some insights that could not be possible to see in the past. On the other hand coherent x-ray diffractive imaging (CXDI), a lensless form of microscopy capable of discerning electron density and strain with 20 nm resolution, can be used to map the strain evolution of a single cathode particle in a functional battery material as it is cycled insitu. The evolution of compressive/tensile strain reveals a number of interesting phenomena. For instance, strain can be quantitatively correlated to the Lithium amount in the initial cycles, eventually becoming uncorrelated upon long-term cycling. We demonstrate that CXDI is a powerful diagnostic tool to reveal correlation between strain and electrochemistry at the single particle level and offers valuable information for electrode/battery modeling and future battery design. By combining electron based and X-ray based novel imaging techniques, we showcase the state-of-the-art diagnostic tools developed for probing functional battery materials in operando. Y. Shirley Meng received her PhD in Advance Materials for Micro & Nano Systems from the Singapore-MIT Alliance in 2005, after which she worked as a postdoc research fellow and became a research scientist at MIT. Shirley is currently the Associate Professor of NanoEngineering and Materials Science, University of California San Diego (UCSD). She is the founding Director of Sustainable Power and Energy Center (http://spec.ucsd.edu). Shirley received the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award in 2011, UCSD Chancellor’s Interdisciplinary Collaboratories Award in 2013 and Frontier of Innovation Award in 2014, as well as Science Award in Electrochemistry by BASF and Volkswagen in 2014. Her research group - Laboratory for Energy Storage and Conversion (LESC) – focuses on functional nano and micro-scale materials for energy storage and conversion. The more recent programs include the design, synthesis, processing, and operando characterization of energy storage materials in advanced rechargeable batteries; new intercalation materials for sodium ion batteries; and advanced flow batteries for grids large scale storage. Shirley is the author and coauthor of more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, 1 book chapter and two patents. She is the founding director of Sustainable Power and Energy Center (SPEC) at UCSD, which focuses on making breakthroughs in distributed energy generation, storage and accompanying power-management systems. (continued on next page)

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Ted Miller Ford Motor Company, USA Battery Safety Performance and Modeling Advanced lithium ion batteries are a critical enabler to vehicle electrification. However, there are technology challenges which must be understood in order to ensure battery safety. Battery behavior in the event crush due to a crash, and other safety issues such as overcharge, short circuit, and overheating, must be understood and addressed in the vehicle system design. This talk will focus on the development of a battery safety performance simulation tool which can provide insight into battery safety behavior under a range of mechanical, electrical, and thermal extremes. When complete, the modeling tool will allow vehicle and battery system designers to simulate a wide spectrum of abuse conditions. Dedicated work in this important area has been undertaken by the Ford Energy Storage and Materials Research Team for the past several years, including a multi-year contract with the DOT/NHTSA on the Safety Performance of Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems. Ford’s present effort on the development and validation of a battery safety performance simulation tool is also supported the U.S. Department of Energy. Ted Miller is Ford's Senior Manager of Energy Storage and Materials Strategy and Research. His team is responsible for energy storage strategy, research and development for all Ford hybrid, plugin hybrid, and battery electric, vehicles. Mr. Miller's team supports global prototype and production vehicle development programs. They are involved in every aspect of energy storage design and use from raw materials to end-of-life recycling. His team also sponsors collaborative energy storage research projects at Stanford, MIT, Ohio State University, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, where they also sponsored the development a battery fabrication and characterization lab which opened in October of 2015, and many other major universities worldwide. Mr. Miller is Chairman of the United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) Management Committee. He holds a number of energy storage technology patents, is the author of many published papers in the field, and an experienced speaker on advanced energy storage technology and materials.

Toshiyuki Momma Waseda University, Japan Suppression of Polysulfide Transfer by Polypyrrole Modification on Cathode in Lithium-Sulfur Battery The issues to realize the Li-S battery includes dissolution of polysulfide generated during the charge-discharge operation of cathode. The dissolved polysulfide inside the battery leads chemical shortage between the cathode and the anode. Electrochemically active polymers such as electropolymerized polymer films have a feature of ion-exchange ability as well as perm-selectivity of ions transferring in the film. Polypyrrole which is formed on the S cathode and is containing soft anion by electropolymerization stops the flux of polysulfide and enables improved cycle performance. Battery performance of Polypyrrole coated S cathode will be introduced. Toshiyuki Momma currently serves as a full professor of the Department of Applied Chemistry and Department of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University. His research area is in the field of electrochemical energy devices and the electrochemical impedance method. He functionalized the electropolymerized conducting polymers with other polymers/inorganic materials to realize additional properties. He firstly found the method to enable the composite material of polypyrrole and polyanion to show electrochemical redox activity in organic electrolyte solutions and demonstrated 26

the performance of the composite as a cathode for Li battery. He also demonstrated electrochemical sensors using the composite of electropolymerized polymers with other molecules. For the contribution to the society of electrochemistry with those research, he received Electrochemical Society of Japan Award for Young Electrochemists from the Electrochemical Society of Japan in 2001. He was also working on the anode materials for Li batteries. His contribution on the modified SEI with CO2 enables to enhance the cycling performance of metallic Li anode. The electrochemically deposited Sn- or Si-based materials, such as Ni-Sn alloy, mesoporous Sn, co-deposited materials of Sn or Si with the decomposed products of electrolyte solvents were proposed as candidates of anodes for future Li batteries. He is also interested in the development and improvement of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. He is currently working on the in situ electrochemical impedance analysis of rechargeable batteries and fuel cells as non-destructive diagnosis of the devices.

Linda Nazar Waterloo University, Canada Li-S Batteries at a Crossroads This talk will provide an overview of Li-S batteries, including conventional liquid cells and the important advances that have been made in understanding the chemistry and improving upon it, and will address new opportunities in solid state sulfur cells. Linda Nazar was educated at UBC and the University of Toronto where she received her Ph.D. degree in materials chemistry. She moved to Exxon Corporate Research to take up a Postdoctoral Fellowship. In 1987 she joined the Chemistry Department at the University of Waterloo, where she initiated her independent academic career. She was promoted to full professor in 2000 and established the Laboratory for Electrochemical Energy Materials. She has been an invited professor at the IMN/Université de Nantes, the Materials Science department in UCLA, the CNRS in Grenoble, France; and at Caltech. Dr. Nazar has achieved international recognition as a leader in the areas of solid state chemistry, electrochemistry, energy storage and materials science. She has co-authored over 180 publications, 8 patents, and over 300 contributed international conference papers. Dr. Nazar has also presented her work in over 150 invited distinguished lectures, colloquia and seminars around the globe. She is listed in the 2014 Highly Cited Research List (Web of Science). Dr. Nazar is the recipient of several academic and professional honors and awards, including the ECS Battery Division Research Award (2009), the IBA award (2011), the IUPAC Distinguished Women in Chemistry award (2011), the August-Wilhelm-vonHofman Lecture award (2013), and was a 2010 Moore Distinguished Scholar at Caltech. She was elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 2012, and made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2015. Dr. Nazar is Member of the Editorial Board of several scientific journals, and serves on several national and international scientific boards, panels, and committees.

Petr Novák Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland A Reality Check on Battery Materials Development The demand for cost-effective rechargeable batteries with high gravimetric and volumetric energy density will continue to grow due to the rapidly increasing integration of renewable energy into the global energy scheme. In terms of energy density, modern high-end rechargeable battery technology is reaching its fundamental limits, and no quantum leaps are expected in the advancement of the field 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


in the foreseeable future. We describe here an energy-cost model we have developed for making a comparative evaluation of batterycell chemistries. Among the wide variety of positive electrode materials available, only a few have sufficient potential to justify commercialization. Clearly, the immediate future will continue to be dominated by Li-ion technology. Given this scenario, this talk addresses the question as to which material types have a realistic chance of actually making it in the battery market-place. Petr Novák is head of the Section “Electrochemical Energy Storage” of the Paul Scherrer Institute in Villigen, Switzerland and Professor at the Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH Zurich). He has been working in the field of technical electrochemistry all his professional life, focusing on batteries, mainly lithium-based. Trained in technical electrochemistry at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, Czech Republic (with Ivo Roušar), in 1983 he joined the J. Heyrovský Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague (with a short period at the Technical University of Linköping, Sweden in 1986; with Olle Inganäs), later he worked as Alexander von Humboldt-Fellow at the University of Bonn, Germany (1988-1989; with Wolf Vielstich). Since 1991 Professor Novák has been working at the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland. His research interests span a wide range of topics related to battery materials’ electrochemistry and interfacial electrochemistry in nonaqueous batteries. He follows a system approach with focus on the interactions of various components in battery systems. During his career, the dominant topics included nonaqueous electrochemistry, conducting polymers, inorganic electrode materials and organic electrolytes for batteries, interfaces in nonaqueous systems, and especially the development of electrochemical in situ (operando) methods. Apart from many technical reports, he is author or co-author of 13 patents. He has published about 260 papers in leading scientific journals and has collected over 10,000 career citations (Career h Index: 46).

Shigeto Okada Kyushu University, Japan Possibility of Composite Cathodes with Sacrificial Salts Recently, Na3V2(PO4)2F3 phosphofluoride and alluaudite-type Na2Fe2(SO4)3 have been reported as high voltage cathode materials for sodium-ion battery. Both of them, the rechargeable capacities are more than 100 mAh/g and the discharge voltages are almost 4 V against Na. So, the cathode performance of the Li counterparts against Li should be also interesting. Nevertheless, there is no report about the direct synthesis of Li3V2(PO4)2F3 and Li2Fe2(SO4)3. In the presentation, the electrochemical properties of the composite cathodes such as 3LiF-2VPO4 and Li2SO4-2FeSO4 are introduced as for the alternatives. Shigeto Okada is a Professor at the Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University. He has previously been a Professor in the Department of Automotive Science, Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences (Kyushu University); Center for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research (Kyoto University); Research and Education Center for Advanced Energy Materials, Devices, and Systems (Kyushu University); Department of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials (Kyushu University) and the Division of Advanced Device Materials (Kyushu University). Prior to these posts, he was an Associate Professor at the Institute of Advanced Material Study, Kyushu University. He received his D. Science from Osaka University and his M. Science from Hokkaido University.

Professor Okada has previously served as Chairman, the Organizing Committee of the 58th Battery Symposium of Japan; Member, the Selection Committee for the Prizes of the Committee of Battery Technology; Board Member, the Electrochemical Society of Japan; and Chairman, Kyushu Branch of the Electrochemical Society of Japan. In 2013 he was awarded both the 11th Minister Award of MEXT, Japan, and the International Battery Material Association Battery Technology Award. M. Rosa Palacín Instituto de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona, Spain On the Road Towards Ca-based Batteries The development of a rechargeable battery technology using light electropositive metal anodes would bring in a breakthrough in energy density, especially if it involves multivalent charge carriers. Yet, this is challenged by the feasibility of reversible plating/stripping of the corresponding metals. The talk will revisit these aspects discussing the feasibility of calcium plating using conventional organic electrolytes which impacts the prospects of developing a new calcium based rechargeable battery technology. M. Rosa Palacín studied chemistry at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and received her PhD in materials science for the same university. After postdoctoral research at LRCS in France under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Marie Tarascon she joined the Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona belonging to CSIC, the Spanish National Research Council being part of the research staff since 1999. Her research career has been fully focused in rechargeable battery materials initially either nickel based or lithium based to more recently deviate to alternative chemistries such as sodium-ion and now also calcium. Specific emphasis is set in tailoring structure and microstructure of electrode materials to maximise electrochemical performance for traditional technologies and in the development of new electrolytes for emerging technologies. She has led diverse battery research projects with either public or industrial funding and is actively involved in the direction of the ALISTORE European virtual Research Institute devoted to battery research, and boards of International Battery Association (IBA) or IMLB. Stefano Passerini Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany Conversion-alloying Anode Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries Lithium-ion batteries, the most successful power source for portable electronic devices, are emerging as the most promising energy storage devices for hybrid and, most likely, full electric vehicles. In our continuous efforts to develop high capacity, conversion-alloying anode materials for lithium-ion batteries, we developed a new active material, Fe-doped SnO2 (Sn0.9Fe0.1O2, SFO), ideally characterized by low (de-) lithiation potential, high coulombic efficiency and long-term cycling stability. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report on irondoped tin oxide as active material for lithium-ion batteries. For battery applications, however, only one manuscript dealing with the utilization of molybdenum-doped SnO2 as active material for lithium-ion batteries was reported in 1999, i.e., prior to the first report on transition metal oxides as conversion materials by Poizot et al. in 2000. Within this study it is shown as doping SnO2 with Fe leads to significantly enhanced specific capacity, cycling stability, and coulombic efficiency. SFO-C offers, after ten cycles, a reversible specific capacity of 1519 mAh g-1, i.e., about twice that of pure SnO2, due to the presence of the dopant (Fe) favoring the reversible formation of lithium oxide and, thus, enabling the beneficial combination of lithium storage by alloying and conversion (continued on next page)

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Stefano Passerini is working on the development of materials and systems for electrochemical energy storage for almost 30 years. Following his PhD in chemistry from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” he worked as a senior scientist at the University of Minnesota, USA, and later at ENEA the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Environment. In 2008 he moved to the University of Muenster where he was co-Founder and co-Director of MEET (Muenster Electrochemical Energy Technology) battery research centre. In 2014 he was appointed a Professor at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology as a member of the Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany. His group, summing up to more than forthy Post-Doctoral fellows and PhD students, is involved in research projects funded by German and European funding Institutions as well as German and foreign industries. His research focusses on the fundamental understanding and development of materials for high-energy batteries and supercapacitors, such as ionic liquids, polymer electrolytes, and electrode materials. His present activities span from Li-ion (conversion-alloying anode materials, high capacity cathodes and green processing) and Na-ion (anode and cathode materials) batteries to Li-Air and Na-Seawater chemistries. Conventional and hybrid supercapacitors are also actively investigated. Co-author of over 350 peer-reviewed publications (H Index of 54), and several book chapters and patents, he received the Research Award of the Battery Division of the Electrochemical Society. From January 2015 he is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Power Sources after three years as European Editor.

Zhangquan Peng Institute of Applied Chemistry, China Oxygen Electrochemistry in Aprotic Li-Air Batteries As a promising candidate for next generation energy storage system, Li-air battery has generated a great deal of interest over the past decade. However, realization of the practical Li-air battery is a formidable challenge, and is impeded by some fundamental key issues including the degraded capacity, limited cycle life, notoriously low round-trip efficiency and limited stability of battery components, which are currently being tackled by numerous approaches. From the viewpoint of fundamental study, a better understanding of the oxygen electrode reactions in aprotic electrolyte will be beneficial to the realization of Li-air batteries with improved electrochemical performances. Here, a mechanistic study of oxygen electrochemistry in aprotic Li+ electrolyte has been conducted using Raman spectroelectrochemistry coupled with density functional theory calculations. By spectroscopic identification of oxygen intermediates under various operating conditions, different routes for Li2O2 formation have been revealed. Zhangquan Peng studied chemistry at Wuhan University, China. During that time he got basic training on classic electrochemistry including polarographic study of interfacial thermodynamics (electric capillary phenomenon) and charge transfer kinetics. For his MSc&PhD theses he moved to the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry (CIAC), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The work, under the guidance of Prof. Erkang Wang and Prof. Shaojun Dong was on the preparation of various single-crystal electrodes, and the single-crystal electrode/electrolyte interface probed by in situ scanning probe microscopy. For postdoctoral work he joined (i) the group of Prof. Karl Kleinermanns at the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany, to work on the laser chemistry (pump-probe spectroscopy) under the sponsorship of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; (ii) the group of Prof. Kim Daasbjerg at the Aarhus University, Denmark, to work on the electrochemistry of organic radicals; and (iii) the group of Prof. Peter G. Bruce FRS at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, to work on the fundamental aspects of the aprotic Li-O2 battery. 28

At the end of 2012 PENG moved to State Key Laboratory of Electroanalytical Chemistry (SKLEAC) at Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, to build his own research group. His current research focuses on the in situ electrochemical study of energy storage material/electrolyte interfaces of advanced non-aqueous batteries including Li-ion, LiO2, etc., and their aging behaviors.

Christophe Pillot Avicenne Energy, France Market Trend of Batteries in Consumer, Automotive, and Grid • • •

The Battery market worldwide in 2015 The Lithium ion value Chain Consumer, automotive and Stationary market forecasts (2025)

Christophe Pillot has built up considerable expertise in the area of battery market. He joined Avicenne 20 years ago and Spend 3 years in Japan making analysis on the Electronic, Mobile & Japanese battery market. Christophe gained large experience in marketing, strategy analysis, technology and financial studies for the battery and power management fields. He developed the Battery market analysis for Avicenne which counts more than 200 customers worldwide. Christophe published several annual surveys like “The rechargeable battery market 2014-2025”. He is also the founder & chairman of Batteries congress in France since 1999. He is now Director of Avicenne Energy.

Xinping Qiu Tsinghua University, China Silicon Foam Anode with Stabilized Interface for Lithium-ion Batteries Silicon has been regarded as an optimized anode material of LIBs due to its low discharge potential and high specific capacity. Challenges from the huge volume change during the alloying reaction of silicon with lithium still obstacle the application of silicon anode, since the huge volume change causes particle pulverization, electrode disintegration and the solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) film ceaseless growth. Although some nano-structured silicon anode materials, such as hollow nanospheres, silicon core-hollow carbon shell nanocomposites, 1D hollow silicon nanotubes, showed the improved cycle performance. However, the ceaseless growth of SEI film is still absence of evidence. In this work, we report a facile approach to prepare silicon foam with hollow structure with a chemical vapor deposition (CVD). With the built-in space, this silicon foam presents remarkable capacity retention and fairly high coulombic efficiency. The method combining the electrochemical impedance spectroscopy with differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) to elucidate the SEI stability was developed, which confirm that silicon foam have more stabilized interface. Xinping Qiu is a professor of Department of Chemistry of Tsinghua University. His research is focused on the advanced power sources, such as lithium ion batteries, redox flow batteries, for Electric Vehicle and electric storage applications. The main directions include new electrode materials for lithium ion battery, the porous electrode and new techniques for battery characterization. He is now the associated director of China-US Clean Energy Research Center-Clean Vehicle Consortium (CERC-CVC). He received several Chinese government awards, such as Natural Science Awards from Chinese Ministry of Education and Beijing Municipal Government. He has hold near 30 patents and has more than 150 publications.

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Maarten Quix Umicore, Belgium Closing the Battery Loop for Rechargeable Batteries Umicore’s mission is to transform metals into “materials for a better life”. Umicore Rechargeable Battery Materials provides its customers with the best cathode active material, which leads to greater mobility and a reliable source of energy. Umicore Battery Recycling takes this to the next level by also providing a solution for these materials at the end of life. By transforming end-of-life Li-ion and NiMH batteries into metals that can be used again in cathode powders for new rechargeable batteries, the battery loop is closed. Maarten Quix works as Head Battery Recycling, Umicore, in Hoboken, Belgium. Maarten graduated as Master in Electro Mechanical Engineering at ‘De Nayer Institute’ and Master in Business Communication at University of Antwerp. He joined Umicore Precious Metals Refining in 2001 and worked the first years in Maintenance/Engineering at the Hoboken site of Umicore. From 2007 until 2011, Maarten was project manager for his company in Brazil. After his return to Belgium Maarten worked 3 years as Manager Recycling Development. Since 2015, Maarten is heading Battery Recycling and Recycling Development at Umicore.

Yang Shao-Horn Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Probing Reactivity at the Electrode and Electrolyte Interface Understanding reactions at the electrode/electrolyte interface (EEI) is essential to developing strategies to enhance cycle life and safety of lithium batteries. There is limited understanding by what means different components are formed at the EEI and how they influence EEI layer properties for positive electrodes. High-capacity layered oxides, which can generate highly reactive species toward the electrolyte via oxygen anion redox, highlight the critical need to understand reactions with the electrolyte and EEI layers for advanced positive electrodes. Yang Shao-Horn is W.M. Keck Professor of Energy at MIT. Her research is centered on the chemical physics of surfaces with emphasis on metal oxides, searching for descriptors of catalytic activity, and reactivity between oxides and ion conductors, wetting properties and ion transport, and design materials for solar fuel and batteries including electrochemical/photoelectrochemical water splitting and CO2 reduction, ion/electron storage, and ion conductors. Professor Shao-Horn’s research includes extensive experimental components including synthesis of well-defined surfaces and nanostructured materials, and investigation of processes at the surfaces/interfaces using electrochemical methods coupled with ex situ and in situ X-ray-based and electron-based spectroscopy. These experimental components are used in conjunction with Density Functional Theory computation efforts to develop new, physically based reaction mechanisms and design principles of materials. Professor Shao-Horn has published 200+ archival journal papers (Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher 2015).

Yang-Kook Sun Hanyang University, Republic of Korea Advanced Cathode Material with Full Concentration Gradient for High Energy Density Lithium- and Sodium-ion Batteries Rechargeable lithium- and sodium-ion batteries have great potential as a new large-scale power source for electric vehicles (EVs) and energy storage system due to their high energy density, high voltage, 18th

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and long cycle life. However, commercialization of these batteries for the automobile and energy storage industries requires further improvements in energy density and safety. Here, we report a novel cathode material with concentration gradient of Ni, Co, and Mn ions throughout each secondary particle where the nickel concentration decreases linearly whereas the manganese concentration increases linearly from the centre to the outer layer of each particle. Using this functional full-gradient approach, we are able to harness the high energy density of the nickel-rich core and the high thermal stability and long life of the manganese-rich outer layers. Yang-Kook Sun received his Ph.D. degree from the Seoul National University, Korea. He has worked at the Hanyang University in Korea as a professor since 2000. His research interests are the synthesis of new electrode materials for lithium ion batteries, Na ion batteries, Li-S batteries, and Li-air batteries. In 2007 and 2011, he was awarded the Energy Technology Division Research Award and Research Award in Battery Division of the Electrochemical Society. He has published more than 420 reviewed papers and has 200 patents in the field of batteries and electrochemistry. His several patents have been contracted with several Korean companies and are being used for commercial production.

Norio Takami Toshiba, Japan 12 V-Class Bipolar Lithium-Ion Battery Using Li4Ti5O12 Anode for Low Voltage System Applications 5 series lithium-ion cell using Li4Ti5O12 (LTO) anode and LiMn1xFexPO4 (LMFP) cathode is matched with low-voltage systems in automotive and stationary power applications because of the voltage compatible with a 12 V Pb-acid battery. In this paper, we report the electrochemical characteristics, the cell performance, and safety of LTO/LMFP lithium-ion cells and the development of 12 V-class bipolar LTO/LMFP battery using a thin Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZ)-based hybrid electrolyte for low-voltage system applications. Norio Takami was born in 1959 in Japan. He received his PhD in 1988 from Tokyo University of Science. He has been working on development of materials and technologies for new batteries at R&D center in Toshiba Corporation since 1988. He is now a chief fellow of R&D center.

Jean-Marie Tarascon College De France, France Batteries: Today’s Advances and Future Challenges Research’s progresses in rechargeable batteries are driven by ever increasing demands for portable electronic devices as well as for powering electric vehicles and providing load-leveling for mass storage of renewable energy. This will ever increase over years to come with new business players challenging today’s traditions. Whatever, Li-ion batteries are the systems of choice for the aforementioned applications with several contenders’ technologies being presently developed. In our journey into the future we will first highlight ongoing research strategies pertaining to these various systems together with the remaining challenges prior to enter into a personal prospective mode in which new trends and new ideas, which require much collaborative and integrated work, to become a reality will be shared. Jean-Marie Tarascon is Professor at the College de France holding the chair “Chemistry of Solids – Energy). But much of his early career was spent in the United States where he developed (1994) the plastic (continued on next page) 29


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Li-ion technology. Back to France in 1995, he created the European network of excellence ALISTORE-ERI of which he was head until 2010 when he took over the direction of the new LABEX “STOREEX”. In 2011 he became in charge of the recently created French network on electrochemical energy storage (RS2E). The general scheme of his research focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and determination of structure/property relationships of electronic, superconductor and rechargeable battery materials for solid state electronic devices. Presently his activities are more devoted to Li-ion, Na-ion batteries and other chemistries with emphasis on developing new eco-efficient synthesis processes and developing novel reactivity concepts. He is the author of more than 600 scientific papers, and detains about 80 patents. During his life, he received many honours, with the latest being the ENI and Pierre Sue awards in 2011, the ABAA in 2013 prior to come foreign member of the royal society in 2014 and received the 2015 Centenary price Centenary Prize in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s.

Yoshitaka Tateyama National Institute for Materials Science, Japan Ab-initio MD Simulations of Redox Reactions of Liquid Electrolytes and SEI Formation Atomistic understanding of solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) formed at the interface between electrode and liquid electrolyte is still an issue of great importance. However, difficulties in experimental insitu observations of the buried interfaces and simulations considering the liquid dynamics (fluctuation) and reaction have inhibited the progress of elucidation. We have addressed such issues by means of accurate large-scale ab-initio molecular dynamics (MD) samplings and free energy calculations on a huge supercomputer. In this talk, we will introduce our recent findings of (i) a novel role of vinylene carbonate additive on reductive decomposition of ethylene carbonate electrolyte, (ii) a novel formation mechanism of organic SEI components with near-shore aggregation, and (iii) their extensions to different electrolytes. These ab-initio studies on the atomic scale will provide a new microscopic perspective of SEI. Yoshitaka Tateyama is the group leader of Nano-System Computational Science Group in International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS). He is also a principal investigator in the Elements Strategy Initiative for Catalysts & Batteries, Kyoto University. He received PhD degrees in physics from the University of Tokyo in 1998, and started his research carrier as a staff member in NIMS. In 2003-2004, he worked in the University of Cambridge as a visiting researcher. He was appointed as a MANA independent scientist in 2007, and promoted to a group leader in 2011. His research focuses on (1) development of novel DFT calculation techniques for redox, interfacial and electrochemical reactions, and (2) their applications to electrochemical issues. Recently, he has intensively studied electrolyte-electrode interfaces in lithium ion batteries by means of DFT-based statistical simulations on the K computer, a flagship supercomputer in Japan, and succeeded in unveiling several atomistic mechanisms of redox reactions of electrolyte and SEI formation at the interfaces. For these contributions, he won the 7th German Innovation Award in 2015.

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Michael Thackeray Argonne National Laboratory, USA Strategies and Advances in the Structural Design of Lithium Metal Oxide Electrodes Structurally-integrated, high capacity xLi2MnO3• (1-x)LiMO2 (M=Mn, Ni, Co) electrodes that contain a spinel component are of interest because they offer the possibility of mitigating the voltage fade that occurs when the electrodes are continuously cycled and charged to a high potential, typically 4.6 V or higher. Advances in designing cathode materials by tailoring the structure and composition of the electrode, and by finding a compromise between capacity, cycling stability and voltage fade, will be discussed in the presentation. Michael Thackeray is a Distinguished Fellow and senior scientist in the Electrochemical Energy Storage Department of the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He received his PhD from Cape Town University, South Africa in 1977 and undertook post-doctoral research at Oxford University, UK in 1981/82. He returned to South Africa to become manager of the Battery Unit at the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), South Africa before moving to Argonne in 1994. Between 2009 and 2014, he was the Director of one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs), the Center for Electrical Energy Storage with Argonne as the lead institution and Northwestern University and the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign as partners. His principal research interests include the design of lithium battery electrode materials and their structureelectrochemical property relationships. Dr. Thackeray has presented the results of his research widely at invited lectures across the globe. He has been the recipient of several notable South African and international awards, his most recent honors including the American Chemical Society E. V. Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry (2016), a DSc honoris causa from the University of Cape Town (2014), a Fellowship of the Electrochemical Society (2014), and the International Battery Association Yeager Award for life-long achievements in lithium battery materials science and technology (2011).

Yoshiharu Utchimoto Kyoto University, Japan Operando Analyses of Reactions using Synchrotron Radiation and the Design of High Rate Capability Cathode To improve the performance of lithium ion batteries, it is essential to understand reaction hierarchies over wide temporal and spatial ranges. To this end, operando measurement techniques have been developed that enable analysis of the electrode/electrolyte interface of the reaction site, phase transitions of active materials, and macro reactions within real electrodes over various spatial and temporal scales. These analytic techniques pioneer a new way of performing kinetic analysis by introducing axes of space and time into reaction analyses, and are applicable to various types of electrochemical devices. Yoshiharu Utchimoto is a professor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Environment, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, a position he has since 2007. He received his Doctor of Engineering degree in 1991 from Kyoto University. In 1993, he was a post-doctoral fellow at University of Pennsylvania, USA. Prof. Uchimoto’s recent work is focused on electrochemical energy storage and conversion devices, including lithium ion batteries, post lithium-ion batteries, proton exchange membrane fuel cells, and solid oxide fuel cells. He aim at the development of state-of-the-art techniques of analysis of battery operando by using large-scale equipment, such as synchrotron radiation beam facilities, to be utilized in the enhancement of the performance of the existing lithium-ion batteries as well as the development of post lithium-ion 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


batteries. He is the author of over 240 peer-reviewed publications in reputable journals. He has also co-authored several invited reviews, book chapters.

Claire Villevieille Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland Operando Techniques to Probe Battery Materials The Li-ion chemistry is the basis of the most advanced battery technology that offers the highest energy density, and therefore dominates the electronics field. However, its commercial success in the field of electric vehicles still requires further advances in performance, safety, and cost related issues. The same set of criteria concerns other systems based on alternative chemistries such as Na-ion and Li-S batteries. These novel systems utilizing less understood electroactive materials show new reaction mechanisms during electrochemical cycling, the understanding of which requires new characterization tools and techniques. Reliable, tailor-made electrochemical cells are employed to study the surface, the bulk, the interfaces, and finally to elucidate the reaction mechanisms. In this talk, different in situ/ operando techniques, such as X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, X-ray absorption, and Raman spectroscopy used to characterize different systems such as Li-ion, Na-ion, and Li-S batteries will be presented. Claire Villevieille has been the leader of the Battery Materials group at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland since 2014. Her research is especially dedicated to study the reaction mechanisms of battery systems such as Li-ion, Na-ion, Li-S, and recently all-solid-state cells by means of various operando techniques. Moreover, her work centers on the proper design and/or adjustments of the measurement cells so that they meet the requirements of selected characterization techniques. Her research involves both, in-house devices as well as large facilities such as Swiss Light Source (PSI, Switzerland), Swiss Spallation Neutron Source (PSI, Switzerland), ERSF (Grenoble, France), ILL (Grenoble, France), and Soleil (Paris, France). In 2010 she accepted the position of a scientist at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland in the “Electrochemical Energy Storage Section” lead by Prof. Petr Novák. In 2006 she graduated with a Master degree in Materials Science (2006) at the University of Montpellier II in France. In 2009 she obtained her doctoral degree from the Science, Physics, and Chemistry Department (ICGM-AIME Laboratory) of the University of Montpellier II in France. Her doctoral studies focused on the conversion and insertionbased negative electrodes for Li-ion batteries and the elucidation of the complex reaction mechanisms using in situ X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Mössbauer spectroscopy, SQUID measurements, etc. Her primary interests include solid state synthesis, electrochemical properties, and bulk–surface relationship of the various electrode materials.

Steven Visco Polyplus Battery Company, USA Next Generation Battery Technologies based on Reversible Lithium Metal Electrodes In the late 1980’s a number of companies were attempting to commercialize rechargeable lithium metal batteries. Unfortunately these batteries were plagued by safety problems associated with the stripping and plating of lithium metal in liquid electrolytes. This was followed in 1991 by the highly successful commercial launch of Li-ion batteries by Sony. Although Li-ion battery technology has seen steady incremental improvements since that time, the market demand for a disruptive battery technology is undeniable. Accordingly, over the past few decades there have been significant investments in R&D targeted at next generation batteries. In this presentation we will address strategies for realizing this goal through introduction of reversible lithium metal electrodes. 18th

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Steven Visco is the Chief Executive Officer, CTO, and founder of PolyPlus Battery Company in Berkeley, California, as well as a Guest Scientist in the Materials Science Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Steven J. Visco currently holds 103 U.S. patents, more than 200 international patents and has authored over 70 journal articles, as well as books, monographs and other publications. Dr. Visco graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts in 1977 and received his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Brown University in 1982. Dr. Visco then joined the staff at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as a Principal Investigator in the Materials Sciences Division in 1984 where his research interests have included advanced batteries and fuel cells. Steven Visco co-founded PolyPlus Battery Company in 1991. In 2013 Dr. Visco was selected by the City of Berkeley for a “Visionary Award” for his work in next generation batteries. Steve also serves on the Technical Advisory Boards for the Conrad Foundation and the CIC Energigune Institute in Miñano, Spain and was awarded the 2011 International Battery Association Award for “Outstanding Contributions to the Development of Lithium-Air and Lithium-Water Batteries.” PolyPlus Battery Company was selected by TIME magazine for its 50 Best Inventions of 2011 Issue, and was selected for a Gold Edison Award in 2012. In May 2015 Dr. Visco was elected a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society.

Jorunn Voje Elkem AS, Technology, Norway A Cost Efficient Silicon-Carbon based Anode Material for Lithium-ion Batteries Silicon as anode material for Li-ion batteries is interesting due to its very high theoretical capacity. However, the positive ability to accommodate up to four lithium ions per silicon atom has a corresponding downside in the extreme changes occurring in the battery, usually leading to rapid degradation. A silicon-carbon composite made by a cost-effective and environmental-friendly production of the raw materials has been tested. The effect of silicon quality, as chemical composition and particle size as well as binder composition and electrolyte additives, have been examined. Post mortem studies were performed to understand the mechanisms. The tests showed more than 1200 cycles of a 600 mAh/g total anode. Jorunn Voje started in Elkem in 1985 as a research scientist and has been working with most of Elkems products for more than 30 years. Twenty of those years were dedicated to product development of aluminium foundry products, doing both technical customer service and product development projects together with customers. Then switched to development of silicon for solar cells and finally silicon for special applications as Li ion batteries. Has been Head of Department for Material Characterization and Chemical Analyses, Manager R&D Aluminium Foundry Alloys, Head of Department Process and Rector Development and Project Manager R&D. The main publications have been in the field of aluminium foundry alloys; grain refining, eutectic modification, mechanical properties, corrosion of AlMgSi alloys, heat treatment of foundry alloys and the effect of trace elements.

Chunsheng Wang University of Maryland, USA “Water-in-Salt” Electrolyte Enabled High Voltage Aqueous Liion Chemistries The application of Li-ion batteries for vehicle-electrification and grid-storage is deterred by their safety, environmental and cost concerns, which are mainly imparted from the non-aqueous electrolytes used therein. These obstacles could be circumvented by (continued on next page) 31


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an aqueous alternative; however, narrow electrochemical stability window (1.23 V) of the latter, imposed by hydrogen and oxygen evolutions at anode and cathode, respectively, sets an intrinsic limit on the practical voltage and energy output of an aqueous Li-ion cell. Here, we report a new aqueous electrolyte, whose electrochemical stability window was expanded to ~3.0 V via super-concentration and concomitant interphasial chemistry. A full Li-ion battery of 2.3 V was demonstrated to cycle over 1000 times in this electrolyte, with nearly 100% Coulombic efficiency at both low (0.15 C) and high (4.5 C) rates. For the first time, breaking Pourbaix-limits makes it possible for an aqueous Li-ion chemistry to deliver energy density over 100Wh/kg. Chunsheng Wang is an Associate Professor in the Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Maryland. He received PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from Zhejiang University, China in 1995. Prior to joining University of Maryland in 2007, he was an assistant professor in Department of Chemical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University (TTU) in 2003-2007 and a research scientist in the Center for Electrochemical System and Hydrogen Research at Texas A&M University in 1998-2003. His research focuses on reachable batteries and fuel cells. He has published more than 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals including Science, Nature Communications, JACS, Advanced Materials, Nano Letters. His work has been cited form more than 5400 times with H-index of 41. His work on lithium batteries have been featured in NASA Tech Brief, EFRC/DoE newsletter, C&EN etc. Dr. Wang is the recipient of the A. James Clark School of Engineering Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award in the University of Maryland in 2013.

Masayoshi Watanabe Yokohama National University, Japan Glyme-Li Salt Solvate Ionic Liquids for Advanced Lithium Batteries Certain molten complexes of Li salts and solvents can be regarded as ionic liquids. In this study, the local structure of Li+ ions in equimolar mixtures ([Li(glyme)]X) of glymes (G3:triglyme and G4: tetraglyme) and different Li salts was investigated to discriminate between solvate ionic liquids and concentrated solutions. Raman spectroscopic analysis allowed us to estimate the fraction of the free glyme in [Li(glyme)]X. The amount of free glyme was estimated to be a few percent in [Li(glyme)]X with perfluorosulfonylamidetype anions, and thereby could be regarded as solvate ionic liquids. Other equimolar mixtures of [Li(glyme)]X were found to contain a considerable amount of free glyme, and they were categorized as traditional concentrated solutions. The activity of Li+ in the glyme-Li salt mixtures was also evaluated by measuring the electrode potential of Li/Li+ as a function of concentration. At a higher concentration of Li salt, the amount of free glyme diminished in the solvate ionic liquids, leading to a drastic increase in the electrode potential. Unlike conventional electrolytes (dilute and concentrated solutions), the solvation of Li+ by the glyme forms stable and discrete solvate ions ([Li(glyme)]+) in the solvate ionic liquids. This anomalous Li+ solvation had a great impact on the electrolyte properties and electrode reactions, which enhanced the utility of the solvate ionic liquids in advanced lithium batteries such as Li-S batteries. Masayoshi Watanabe is a Professor of Yokohama National University. He received his B.S. (1978), M.S. (1980), and PhD (1983) degrees from Waseda University. After a visiting scientist with Professor Royce W. Murray at University of North Carolina (1988–1990), he joined Yokohama National University in 1992 and was promoted to a full Professor in 1998. He received the Award for Creative Work from the Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) in 2006, the Award of the Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ) in 2006, and Distinguished Research Award of Yokohama National 32

University in 2012. He served and is serving as President of Ionic Liquid Research Association, Japan (2006-2010), as Vice President of ESCJ (2012-2014), and as Vice President of SPSJ (2014-2016). Prof. Watanabe's research interest has been mainly concerned with “ionics” and “nano-structured materials”. Ionics has become an important scientific area for the realization of key materials for advanced electrochemical devices, which supports a sustainable society. He is one of research leaders in the fields of ionic liquids and polymer electrolytes in the world. Recent research activity has been expanded to nano-structured materials, including block copolymer assembly in ionic liquids. He has published 330 original research papers and 190 books and reviews in these and relating fields. Number of Citations: ca. 18,000, h-index = 67.

Martin Winter University of Muenster, Germany Electrolyte Additives - How do They Work and Why are They Efficient? State of the art electrolyte formulations nowadays still meet challenges to fulfill the increasing demands of special applications. Electrolytes for 5V applications, with inherent safety features like non-flammability and overcharge protection as well as enhanced cycle life are the focus of worldwide research. Chemistry of liquid electrolytes and their interaction with anode and cathode materials is complex and yet not fully understood representing the delicate balance of various properties. One of the promising solutions is the application of electrolyte additives, added in small amounts to the electrolyte formulation to improve the demanded properties. Although different electrolyte additives have found their application in improving the electrolyte performance not much is understood about their role and efficiency. Since an electrolyte has a complex starting composition consisting of inorganic fluorinated salts, organic solvents and additives analytical and electrochemical techniques have to be developed and applied for the numerous individual species that are present in the system. By means of developed analysis methods, decomposition products can be evaluated to determine operation and failure mechanisms. Martin Winter has been researching in the field of electrochemical energy storage and conversion for 25 years. He focuses on the development of new materials, components and cell designs for batteries and supercapacitors, in particular lithium-ion batteries. Martin Winter currently holds a professorship for Applied Materials Science for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion at the Institute of Physical Chemistry at Münster University, Germany. The full professorship developed from an endowed professorship funded by the companies Volkswagen, Evonik Industries and Rockwood Lithium from 2008 to 2012. Furthermore, Martin Winter is the scientific head of the MEET Battery Research Center at Münster University. MEET stands for Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology. It combines outstanding equipment with an international team of about 140 scientists, engineers and technicians working on the research and development of innovative electrochemical energy storage devices. Since January 2015 he is also director of the newly established Helmholtz Institute Münster (HI MS) “Ionics in Energy Storage”.

Nae-Lih Wu National Taiwan University, Taiwan Polymeric Electrode Modification for Enhanced Performances of Li-Ion Batteries The properties of the interface between electrode active materials and electrolyte have profound effects on the performance of Li-ion batteries (LIBs). A large amount of research has so far been devoted to modifying the surfaces of active materials in order to enhance the 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


overall performance of the electrodes. Majority of the research has resorted to inorganic oxide coatings, presumably due to their chemical stability, and different beneficial effects have been claimed for both cathode and anode materials. There have relatively been far fewer studies on polymeric coating. The rich chemistry of polymeric blend intrinsically provides great flexibility for dealing with wide varieties of active materials and electrolytes for maximum performance. In this presentation, several examples using designed polymeric blend coatings on various LIB electrodes, including graphite and Si anodes and a NCM cathode, to substantially enhanced electrode capacity, rate performance and/or high-temperature cycle stability will be presented. Nae-Lih Wu is currently a Distinguished Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University (NTU). Dr. Wu’s research interests include the synthesis and characterization of electrode and component materials for electrochemical energy storage devices; development of advanced in-situ/in-operando analytic methodologies based on synchrotron facilities in charactering these materials and devices; and nano-materials synthesis and applications. He pioneered in-operando synchrotron transmission X-ray microscopy analysis on working batteries, which reveals realtime microstructural evolution during charge/discharge. He has more than 120 refereed papers and over 10 Taiwanese and US patents pertaining to novel electrode materials for both supercapacitor and Li-ion battery applications. Dr. Wu once served as a SBIR Funding Advisory Board member and consultant to the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs, and as the Funding Director of the Energy Research Center and the Chairman of the Chemical Engineering Department of NTU. Dr. Wu is currently also serving as an Associate Editor for The Electrochemical Society Journals.

Xiaoxiong Xu Ningbo Institute of Materials Engineering, China Sulfide Solid Electrolytes with High Lithium ion Conductivities and their Applications in All-Solid-State Batteries All-solid-state lithium secondary batteries are strongly desired as novel candidates for EV and HEV power source, since safety issue is much more serious in large-sized lithium batteries for such applications. Replacement of combustible non-aqueous liquid electrolytes with solid electrolytes is considered to be the ultimate solution to this issue. Inorganic solid-electrolytes have several advantages over liquid, polymer or gel electrolytes, including better thermal and chemical stability, preventing safety hazard issues for energy storage systems with high energy densities. Xiaoxiong Xu is a member of the Member of “Hundred Talent Program” in CAS, and the Solid-State Lithium Battery Research Group at the Ningbo Institute of Material Technology and Engineering (NIMTE), CAS. His research interests include: • •

Research on Solid Electrolytes with High Li-ion Conductivities; Performance Modification of Cathode Materials with High Energy Density; Study on All-solid-state Lithium Batteries with High Power Density; Focusing on Solid-State Lithium-Sulfur Batteries.

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Dr. Xu has published about 40 peer-review journal papers, including Scientific Reports, Energy & Environment Science, Chem. Mater., J. Mater. Chem., J. Power Sources, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., Electrochem. Commun., Solid State Ionics and so on. His group has applied for 25 Chinese patents including 4 authorized patents.

Atsuo Yamada University of Tokyo, Japan Concentrated Liquid Electrolytes Ever-increasing demand for better batteries has set extraordinarily high standards for electrolyte materials, which are far beyond the realm of a conventional electrolyte design. Superconcentrated (or highly concentrated) solutions are emerging as a new “realistic” class of electrolytes with various unusual functionalities beneficial for advanced battery applications. In this invited contribution, we will introduce our original technical achievements towards (i) versatile salt/solution combination, (ii) ultra high-rate reaction, (iii) high voltage operation over 5 V, iv) corrosion/dissolution prevention, (v) extreme safety, and (vi) advanced high-voltage aqueous energy storage systems, none of which were realized by the conventional electrolytes. Several unique inherent features, as well as the fundamental physicochemical properties, underneath the surprisingly superior battery performance realized by concentrated liquid electrolytes, will be analyzed from the viewpoint of their peculiar solution structure, providing the firm design considerations toward better batteries. Atsuo Yamada has been a professor at the University of Tokyo since 2009, directing multidisciplinary research on materials for energy storage and conversion. After 13 years of service as a staff scientist and laboratory head of Sony Research Center from 1990, he was appointed as an associate professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2002, a full professor of the University of Tokyo in 2009. He is now leading the Japanese national research project called “Elements Strategy Initiative for Catalysts and Batteries” as well as “Specially Promoted Research” in JSPS. He has served the international academic community in numerous ways, including a member of a US DOE panel to chart new direction for electrochemical energy storage, co-organizer of several international conferences such as ICMAT, MRS, ECS, and Pacifichem, as well as an associate editor of several international journals. He has published 100 patents, 20 chapters, and well over 170 refereed journal papers with total citation exceeding 10,000, delivering 110 plenary/keynote/invited presentations. He received the Spriggs Award from the American Ceramic Society in 2010 for his most valuable contribution to the science of phase equilibria.

Yong Yang Xiamen University, China Stabilizing High-voltage Layered Oxide Cathode Materials for Li/Na Ion Batteries It will report our newest progress on the developing high-voltage layered cathode materials such as LiCoO2 and P2/O3 NaxNiMnO2 with suitable doping and more stable electrolytes for Li/Na ion batteries. It not only includes distinctive improvement of the electrochemical performance, but also some ex-situ and in-situ charaterization of bulk and interfacial structure of the electrode materials during charging/ discharging process. Yong Yang is the Distinguished Professor and Director of Research Institute of Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering at Xiamen University. He is an Associate Editor of J Power Sources, serves as an IBA board member and advisory members of several leading international conference Lithium batteries. He received his PhD degree in Physical Chemistry at Xiamen University in 1992 and was an academic visitor at PTCL of University of Oxford, UK during 1997-1998. Up to now, he has published 290 peer-reviewed papers in the journals, 30 patents and 4 book chapters. He was awarded the IBA technology award in 2014. His major interests include research of novel electrode/electrolyte materials, in-situ studies of (continued on next page)

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electrochemical reaction mechanism and interfacial properties for Liion and Li-metal batteries, new battery system such as Na-ion and solid state batteries. Won Sub Yoon Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea Understanding the Anomalously High Capacity of Li- and MnRich Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries The reaction mechanism of a high capacity lithium- and manganeserich metal oxide has been investigated. High-resolution synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction (HRPD) and X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) were used, respectively, to evaluate the electrochemical charge and discharge reactions in terms of local and bulk structural changes, and variations in the oxidation states of the transition metal ions. Ni K-edge XAS data indicate the participation of nickel in reversible redox reactions, whereas Mn K-edge absorption spectra show that the manganese ions do not participate in the electrochemical reactions. Rietveld refinements of the oxygen occupancy during charge and discharge provide evidence of reversible oxygen contribution by the host structure; this unique oxygen participation is likely the main reason for the anomalously high capacity of these electrodes. The HRPD data also show that during the early cycles, characteristic peaks of the Li2MnO3 component disappear when charged to 4.7 V, but reappear on discharge to 2.5 V, consistent with a reversible lithium and oxygen extraction process. The results provide new insights into the charge compensation mechanisms that occur when high capacity, lithium- and manganese-rich electrode materials are electrochemically cycled – a topic that is currently being hotly debated in the literature. Won Sub Yoon is a professor in the Department of Energy Science at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU). He received his Ph.D. in materials science and engineering from Yonsei University, Korea. He worked at Brookhaven National Laboratory in USA as a principal investigator and Kookmin University in Korea as a professor. His research group is specialized in studying electrode materials and the structural properties for energy conversion and storage systems including rechargeable batteries, fuel cells, and supercapacitors. Most of his publications (more than 120 papers) have been focused on developing and applying in situ synchrotron-based X-ray techniques to investigate electrode materials and the reaction mechanisms for rechargeable battery systems attacking current issues in rechargeable battery R&D. He has extensive experience with in situ synchrotron X-ray research. Especially, he has pioneered in the application of in situ time-resolved XRD, in situ temperature dependent XRD, in situ soft X-ray absorption spectroscopy, and in situ SAXS studying on the structural and electronic changes of ion storage materials during real time operation.

Ji-Guang Zhang Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA Stable Operation of Li Metal Anode for Rechargeable Batteries Rechargeable Li metal batteries are considered the “holy grail” of energy storage systems. However, dendritic metal growth and limited Coulombic efficiency (CE) during Li deposition/stripping have prevented their applications in rechargeable batteries. In this work, we will report several approaches to suppress Li dendrite growth and enhance the CE of Li deposition/stripping. New electrolyte compositions based on high concentration electrolytes and additives will be discussed. We will also demonstrate that the dendrite growth and CE of Li deposition is strongly depends on both charge and discharge protocols. Combination of stable electrolyte and appropriate operating protocols can largely suppress dendrite growth and lead to long term stable operation of Li metal batteries. 34

Ji-Guang Zhang is a Laboratory Fellow at the Energy and Environment Directorate of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) located in Richland, Washington. Currently, he is the group leader for PNNL’s efforts in the area of energy storage for mobile applications. He has 25-year experience in the development of energy storage and energy efficient devices, including lithiumion batteries, lithium-air batteries, Lithium-metal batteries, Li-S batteries, thin-film solid-state batteries, and electrochromic devices. Prior to joining PNNL in June 2007, Dr. Zhang served for seven years as Chief Technology Officer of Excellatron Solid State LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. In this capacity, he led a team that developed technologies for high-throughput, low-cost production of thin-film lithium batteries and high capacity lithium-air-batteries. From 1998 to 2000, he served as the Director of Product Development at Macro Energy-Tech, Inc. in Redondo Beach, California and engaged on the development of polymer lithium-ion batteries. From 1990 to 1998, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow/Staff Scientist/Senior Scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory where he investigated electrochromic materials/windows and lithium-ion batteries. Dr. Zhang holds 17 patents (with another 19 patents pending) and publishes more than 190 papers in refereed professional journals. He was the co-recipient of two R&D 100 awards. Dr. Zhang received his PhD in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Kentucky in 1990.

John Zhang Celgard, USA Ceramic Interface (Ceramic Coated Separator) and Li-Ion Safety/Performance One of the great innovations in Li-ion batteries: ceramic interface via ceramic coated separator made the transition of its polymer based separator to ceramic coated (interface) separators during the last a couple of years. Nearly 90% Li-ion batteries in consumer electronics and 2nd generation EDV are using ceramic coated separators today. This ceramic interface via ceramic coated separator greatly enhanced Li-ion energy density (reduced oxidation of separators that enable the use of high voltage cathodes), greatly improved battery safety (reduce the thermal propagation to avoid serious thermal runaway) and battery life (ceramic react with oxidized electrolytes, H2O and HF that continuously purifies the electrolyte). The development, mechanism, specific ceramic interfaces and battery results will be presented and discussed. John Zhang is CTO of Celgard LLC. He is recognized as the leading authority on Li-ion batteries safety and separators, and via IEEE, leads and helps the establishment of Li-ion battery industry standards (P1625, P1725 and CTIA). He has Chaired and/or organized more than 50 international conferences and delivered more than 50 invited plenary or keynote speeches at various international conferences. He has published more than 100 patents, papers and books, including some of the most cited papers (Chem. Reviews, 2004 and Li-ion safety papers 2006-now). He serves as Chairman, IEEE Cell Group, and also is Chairman of “John Zhang Energy Prize”, Univ. NCC. He is the Inventor of Ceramic Coated Separator (US 6, 432, 586) (4/2000).

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Si Anode Diagnostic and Failure Mechanism in Full Li-Ion Cells Using NMR, STEM-Eels, XPS and FIB-TOF-SIMS Advanced Characterization Tools – N. Dupré (Institut des matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN) - CNRS - Nantes), D. Guyomard (CNRS-IMN, Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), P. Moreau (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN), E. De Vito (CEA/DRT/LITEN), L. Quazuguel (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN), M. Boniface (CEA Grenoble - INAC), B. Lestriez (CNRS-IMN), A. Bordes (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris - Chimie ParisTech), F. Rieutord (French CRG-IF BM32 beamline at the ESRF, Grenoble, France), S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819), and P. Bayle-Guillemaud (Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Highly Concentrated Electrolyte for 5 V Systems – M. Inaba, R. Masuhara, Y. Shimizu, M. Hashinokuchi, T. Doi (Doshisha University), H. Inoue, K. Takahashi, H. Nakagawa, and T. Inamasu (GS Yuasa International Ltd.) Interfacial Behaviors of Metal Lithium Anode in Solid Lithium Batteries – W. Li, Q. Li (Institute of Physics, CAS), X. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem, CAS), X. Guo (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (CAS)), Z. Fu (Fudan University), J. Chen (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS), G. Cui (QIBEBT, CAS), Y. Hu (Institute of Physics, CAS), L. Gu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and H. Li (Institute of Physics, CAS) Glyme-Li Salt Solvate Ionic Liquids for Advanced Lithium Batteries – M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) “Water-in-Salt” Electrolyte Enabled High Voltage Aqueous Li-ion Chemistries – L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries)

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119 Dual Nature Embedded Electrode Investigated through Deis Technique for Lithium Ion Sulfur Battery – A. Gangadharan, R. S (Indian Institute of Technology Madras), R. Vedarajan, and N. Matsumi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 120 Sb-Based Transition Metal Oxohalides As Negative Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – V. Renman (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), S. Hu, I. Zimmermann (Dept. of Mater. and Environ. Chem, Stockholm University), J. Maibach, R. Eriksson, C. Pay Gómez (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), M. Johnsson (Dept. of Mater. and Environ. Chem, Stockholm University), and K. Edström (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University) 121 A Novel Fe3O4/Carbon Nanofiber Paper (CNP) Composite As Free-Standing Anode for LithiumIon Battery – Z. Liu (Yunnan University) 122 Investigation of MnFeO3/Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Composite As Potential Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Chandra Sekhar (CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute), J. Ragupathi, and N. Kalaiselvi Sr. (CSIR-CECRI) 123 Graphene/Na Carboxymethyl Cellulose Composite for Li-Ion Batteries Prepared By Microwave Enhanced Liquid Exfoliation – O. Naboka, C. H. Yim, and Y. Abu-Lebdeh (National Research Council Canada) 124 Understanding the Effect of Synthesis Conditions on the Electrochemical Performance of the Mn3+/ Mn4+ Redox Couple in LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4. – A. Nagasubramanian (TUM CREATE LTD, School of Material Science and Engineering, NTU) and M. Srinivasan (School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU, TUM CREATE LTD) 125 New Procedures to Improve Tap Density of Li-Rich Layered Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – L. Zhang (Tianjin University of Technology) 126 What Is the Rate-Limiting Transport Factor in LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 (NCA)? – B. Wen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), P. C. Tsai (National Cheng Kung University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 127 Development of New Synthesis Process of LiFePO4/C Composite – H. Aziam (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, LCME, Cadi Ayyad University), M. Larzek (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University), E. Bilal (R&D OCP, OCP Group, Industrial Complex at Jorf Lasfar), A. Solhy (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University), and I. Saadoune (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, LCME, Cadi Ayyad University) 128 Hierarchical Molybedenum Sulfide - Carbon Microspheres for High Performance Lithium Ion Battery Anode – H. Luo and G. Chen (New Mexico State University)

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129 Stable Lithium Metal Anodes for Rechargeable Lithium Metal Batteries – N. W. Li, Y. X. Yin, C. P. Yang, and Y. G. Guo (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 130 Analysis of Electrochemical Properties of Li Iron Phosphate Cathode Material Doped with Aluminium – J. B. Sirigineedi, I. Bhattacharya, and R. Penumaka (Tennessee Technological University) 131 Storage and Effective Migration of Li-Ion for Defected Beta-LiFePO4 Phase Nanocrystals – H. Guo, X. Song (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University), J. Zheng (Peking University), and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 132 Soft Conductive Carbon Enables Depolarization of LiFePO4 Cathodes to Enhance Both Capacity and Rate Performances of Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Wang, J. Yang, W. Ren, and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 133 Interphase Modification of Li(Ni0.5Co0.2Mn0.3) O2 Based Lithium Battery Electrode Materials By Depolarized and Pre-Lithiation for High Capacity and Cycling Performance – Z. Wu, S. Ji (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School), X. Han (University of Maryland), Z. Hu (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School), J. Zheng (Peking University), Y. Wei (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School), R. Qiao (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), L. Hu (University of Maryland), K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries), Y. Lin (Peking University), W. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 134 Optimized Temperature Effect of Li-Ion Diffusion with Layer Distance in Li(NixMnyCoz)O2 cathode Materials for High Performance Li-Ion Battery – S. Cui (Peking University), Y. Wei, T. Liu (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University), J. Zheng (Peking University), X. Wang, and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 135 Tuning Structural Stability and LithiumStorage Properties By D-Orbital Hybridization Substitution in Full Tetrahedron Li2FeSiO4 Nanocrystal – J. Yang (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University), J. Zheng (Peking University), and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 136 A Polyborosiloxane Binder for Silicon Battery Anodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – D. A. Shariaty (University of Kentucky), S. A. Odom (Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky), Y. T. Cheng, and M. D. Casselman (University of Kentucky) 137 Interfacial Strength of Cathode Materials By Laser- Spallation Measurments – L. Seyed Faraji, M. W. Keller, and D. Teeter (University of Tulsa) 138 Zinc Pyridinedicarboxylate Micro-Nanostructures: Novel Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries with Excellent Cycling Performance – H. L. Fei (College of Chemistry, Fuzhou University) 39

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139 Application of Atomic Layer Deposition to Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – D. H. Park, Y. J. Choi, K. W. Seo (Hongik University), J. W. Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research), M. S. Park (Kyung Hee University), K. J. Kim (Seoul National University of Science and Technology), and J. Hwang (Hongik University) 140 Optimized Solid-State Reaction Process of Synthesizing Li4Ti5O12 with Improved Rate Capability for Li-Ion Batteries – J. H. Kim, S. H. Baek (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology), and J. S. Park (DGIST) 141 Electrochemical Preparation of Fe2O3 Nanorods/ Carbon Nanofiber Free-Standing Anode for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Park, M. Oh, S. H. Baek, and J. H. Kim (DGIST) 142 Modeling and Electrochemical Characterization of a LiFePO6 / Activated Carbon Electrode for the Construction of a Hybrid Electrochemical Device with High Density of Energy and Power – L. A. Ramírez Tangarife, C. I. Sanchez Saenz, and R. A. Roncancio Gomez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) 143 Metal Organic Frameworks Derived Hierarchical Hollow NiO/Ni/Graphene Composites for Lithium and Sodium Storage – F. Zou (Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron), Y. Zhu, Y. M. Chen, K. Liu, and W. Liang (University of Akron) 144 Microstructural Characterization of Oriented Cathodic Thin Films for Lithium Ion Batteries Prepared By Chemical Solution Deposition – Y. H. Ikuhara, X. Gao, Y. Sugawara, C. A. J. Fisher, A. Kuwabara, H. Moriwake (Japan Fine Ceramics Center), K. Kohama (Toyota Motor Corporation), and Y. Ikuhara (The University of Tokyo) 145 A Link Between Lithium Diffusivity, Interplane Distance and Ni Redox State in Ni-Rich Ncm – A. O. Kondrakov, B. B. Berkes (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA), H. Geßwein (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM), H. Sommer, T. Brezesinski (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA), and J. Janek (JustusLiebig-Universität Giessen) 146 High Electrochemical Performance of Rose Flower like NiCO2O4 with Hierachically Porous Structure for Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Xu, D. Su (University of Technology,Sydney), and G. Wang (University of Technology Sydney) 147 Ni-Sn-Si/C Based Composite As Negative Electrode for Li-Ion Batteries – N. Bibent (Institut Charles Gerhardt (UMR 5253 CNRS)), P. E. Lippens (Institut Charles Gerhardt UMR 5253 CNRS), J. Olivier-Fourcade, J. C. Jumas (Institut Charles Gerhardt (UMR 5253 CNRS)), T. Azib, F. Cuevas, and M. Latroche (Université Paris Est, ICMPE (UMR 7182 CNRS))

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148 Intrinsic Electrochemical Characteristics of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Spinel Synthesized By Flux Method – K. Nishikawa (National Institute for Materials Science), N. Zettsu, K. Teshima (Shinshu University), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 149 Designing and Modifying of Lithium-Rich Layered Compound Based on Anion Redox – D. Xia, B. Li, J. Ma, Y. Zuo, and H. Yan (College of Engineering, Peking University) 150 Lithium Rich Layered Sulfides As a New-Type Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries – B. Li, D. Xia, J. Ma, Y. Zuo, H. Yan (College of Engineering, Peking University), and H. Wei (College of Engineering,Peking University) 151 Electronic Structure Changes As Source of Chemical and Interfacial Instability in LiCoPO4 As Positive Electrode for High Voltage Li-Ion Batteries – J. G. Lapping (University of Illinois at Chicago), J. L. Allen, T. R. Jow, J. L. Allen (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), M. Johannes (Naval Research Laboratory), J. W. Freeland (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago) 152 Improving Lto Performance: Cold Crank, Gassing and Life Studies – C. L. Margez, B. Tan (SAFT America), and T. A. Greszler (Saft Batteries) 153 Li4Ti5O12/N-Doped Graphene Microspheres As High Rate Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. H. Jeong, H. C. Youn, Y. J. Choi, B. H. Park, and K. B. Kim (Yonsei University) 154 Lithiated and Sulphonated Poly (Ether Ether Ketone) Binders for LiFePO4 Cathodes with High Rate Capability – K. F. Chiu, H. J. Leu, S. H. Su, and C. H. Wu (Feng Chia University) 155 Grain Boundary Design Deduced from Epitaxial Pulsed Laser Deposition Thin Film Electrode for Long Life Polycrystalline Cathode Particles – A. Kajiyama, R. Masaki, K. Matsumoto (BASF TODA Battery Materials LLC), M. Hirayama, and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 156 Solvothermal Synthesis of LiFePO4 with an Energy Saving Technique – X. Huang, S. Ke (Xi'an Jiaotong University), X. He, C. Jiang (Tsinghua University), and Y. Liu (Xi/an Jiaotong University) 157 Failure Evaluation of Li-Rich Cathode Li-Rich Cathode (Li[NixLi(1-2x)/3Mn(2-x)/3]O2) Materials In Novel in-Situ electrochemical Mass Studies of Lithium Ion Battery – F. M. Wang and N. H. Yeh (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) 158 Dual Carbon-Coated Si Porous-C Composite for Li-Ion Battery Anode – E. H. Chung (Korea Basic Science Intitute), S. Y. Lee, T. E. Hong, K. Jong Pil, B. Jong-Seong (Korea Basic Science Institute), J. K. Lee (University of Dong-A), J. S. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University), and E. D. Jeong (Korea Basic Science Institute)

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159 Realization of High Performance Lithium Iron Phosphorus Oxynitride Thin Film Cathodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – K. F. Chiu, S. H. Su, H. J. Leu (Feng Chia University), and Y. R. Jheng (Institute of NuclearEnergy Research) 160 Simple Hydrothermal Preparation of High Performance LiMn0.7Fe0.3PO4/C Nano-Particle Cathode Materials – J. Li, Q. Yao, L. Wang (Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology), X. He, and L. Wang (Tsinghua University) 161 Locally Structural Evolution of Silicon Anode in Lithium-Ion Battery Investigated By in-Situ Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction and Absorption Spectroscop – S. W. Chen (National synchrotron radiation research center,Taiwan), T. Y. Chen, and C. Y. Lee (National Tsing Hua University,Taiwan) 162 Structural Influence of Magnetron-Sputtered Silicon-Carbon Thin Films on the Anode Performance in Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Reyes Jiménez (University of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (HelmholtzInstitute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) 163 Developing a Cheap and Accessible Electrochemical Cell for Operando Neutron Diffraction Investigations of Lithium and Sodium Ion Batteries – W. R. Brant (Uppsala University), M. Roberts (University of Oxford), K. Edström, and T. Gustafsson (Uppsala University) 164 Synthesis LiMn0.7Fe0.2Ni0.1PO4 and Carbon Coating with Cassava Powder and Citric Acid As Carbon Source – B. Prihandoko (INDONESIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCES (LIPI)) 165 Understanding Failure Mechanisms of Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Silicon Anodes: An in-Situ AFM Approach – R. Kumar, A. Tokranov, B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), Z. Huang, T. Mueller, C. Li (AFM Business Unit, Bruker Nano Surfaces), and X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center) 166 Low Dimensional Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Li (North China Electric Power University) 167 In-Situ Stress Evolution in Thin Film Electrodes during Electrochemical Cycling in Li-Batteries – N. Karan, J. Sheth (Brown University), D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), B. W. Sheldon, and P. R. Guduru (Brown University) 168 Comparaison of Electrochemical Performances of Al Doped ZnO/Graphene Composites As Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – O. Benabdallah, Z. Edfouf, A. Lallaoui, M. Abd-lefdil (Faculty of Sciences, Mohamed V University of Rabat), I. Saadoune (FST, University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech), and F. Cherkaoui El Moursli (Faculty of Sciences, Mohamed V University of Rabat)

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169 In Situ Studies of Oxide-Electrolyte Interface Reactivity in Lithium-Ion Batteries – X. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University), D. B. Buchholz (Northwestern University), L. Stan, Z. Feng, T. T. Fister, P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory), and M. J. Bedzyk (Northwestern University) 170 Analysis of New Design Cathode Material of Li Ion Battery Using Ab-Initio Study and Experiment – S. Yi, J. Moon (Seoul National University), K. Cho (The University of Texas at Dallas), and M. Cho (Seoul National University) 171 Graphene Based Yolk-Shell Free-Standing Tin Anode Electrodes for High Capacity Li-Ion Batteries – H. Akbulut, M. Guzeler, D. Nalci, A. Erdas Guler, S. Ozcan, and M. O. Guler (Sakarya University) 172 Free-Standing Oxide Nanotube Array Electrodes for High Energy Density and Power Density LiIon Batteries – W. Wei, F. Björefors, K. Edström, and L. Nyholm (Department of Chemistry Ångström, Uppsala University) 173 Synthesis of Li9V3 (P2O7)3(PO4)2 and Electrochemical Investigation As High Voltage Cathode – P. Balasubramanian (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung), M. Mancini, P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergieund Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW) 174 Control of Crystallite Size of Cathode Material Via Artificial Organic Template – H. Cho and J. Cho (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) 175 Development and Characterization of Li(NixMnyCo1-x-y)O2 Layered Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – B. Piskin and M. K. Aydinol (Middle East Technical University) 176 Nanoporous Anodic TiO2-TiO-TiN Composite Films with Enhanced Capacity As Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Z. KureChu (Dept. of Chemistry and Bioengineering, Iwate University), H. Sakuyama, R. Ye, H. Yashiro (Iwate University), H. Segawa, K. Wada, and S. Inoue (National Institute for Materials Science) 177 Titanium Phosphite Ti2(HPO3)3, a New Negative Electrode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – A. Lallaoui, Z. Edfouf, O. Benabdallah, M. Abd-lefdil (Faculty of Sciences, Mohamed V University of Rabat), I. Saadoune (FST, University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech), and F. Cherkaoui El Moursli (Faculty of Sciences, Mohamed V University of Rabat) 178 Electrochemical and Structural Studies of Pyroxene Type LiFeSi2O6 – N. Ishida, K. Sakatsume, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) 179 Sulfur-Microporous Carbon Composite Positive Electrodes for Rechargeable Lithium Sulfur Batteries – M. Ishikawa, T. Takahashi, Y. Matsui, M. Yamagata, and S. Uchida (Kansai University) 41

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180 Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterization of Co2GeO4/Rgo@C Ternary Composite As Negative Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – R. Kalai Selvan, S. Yuvaraj (Bharathiar University), and K. Kaliyappan (University of Western Ontario) 181 New Conversion Anode Material Utilizing Redox of Al3+ Ion – N. Sonoyama, Y. Ogasawara, T. Aoi, S. Yoshida, and T. Tsukada (Nagoya Institute of Technology) 182 SnO2 nanocrystals into Three Dimensional Graphene Architectures for Lithium Ion Batteries – H. K. Kim (University of Cambridge) 183 Enhancement of High-Voltage Cyclability and Rate Capability in LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4cathodes – K. Teshima, K. Satoshi, D. W. Kim, and N. Zettsu (Shinshu University) 184 Surface Functionalization of LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Cathodes for the Enhancement of Rate Properties and the Electrochemical Stabilization at 4.6V – T. Yamada, S. Uchida, N. Zettsu, and K. Teshima (Shinshu University) 185 First Litination/Delithination Treatment on Agglomerated Nano-Si Particles Modified By Multi-Wall CNT and Its Characteristcts – K. Ogisu, K. Yamane, T. Sasakawa, K. Hamai, N. Tagami (TODA KOGYO CORP.), M. Shiraki, T. Chiba (WIDE TECHNO), N. Okazaki, and A. Tada (National University Kitami Institute of Technology) 186 High Rate Performance of Ti Doped LiFePO4 Cathodes for Lithium Ion Battery – S. Kim, V. Mathew, J. Gim, J. Song, J. Jo, T. Vu Thi, S. Kim, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 187 Hierarchical Porous Anatase TiO2 Derived from a Titanium Metal-Organic Framework As Superior Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – Z. Xiu, D. Kim, M. H. Alfaruqi, J. Song, S. Kim, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 188 Co3V2O8 Sponge Network Morphology Derived from Metal-Organic Framework As an Excellent Lithium Storage Anode Material – B. Sambandam, V. Soundharrajan, J. Song, S. Kim, J. Jo, S. Kim, S. Lee, V. Mathew, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 189 High Rate Performance of a Mn3O4/C Anode Material Prepared By One-Step Pyro-Synthesis for Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. Kim, J. Song, S. Kim, J. Jo, S. Park (Chonnam National University), J. Lee (Chonnam national university), and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 190 Origin of High Rate Capability of LiFePO4 Investigated By Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction at Elevated Temperatures – T. Mori, K. Otani, T. Munesada, T. Yoshinari, Y. Orikasa (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Koyama, K. Ohara, K. Fukuda (Office of Society-Academic Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

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191 Using New Quasi in-Situ TEM Technique to Study Structural Changes of Electrode Materials for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – R. Lin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory, MS&E, Stony Brook University), E. Hu, X. Yu, X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 192 Synergetic Effects of Inorganic Components in Solid Electrolyte Interphase on High Cycle Efficiency of Lithium Ion Batteries – Q. Zhang, J. Pan (University of Kentucky), M. W. Verbrugge (General Motors, R&D Center), P. Lu (General Motors R&D Center), Z. Liu (General Motors Global Research & Development Center), B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), Y. T. Cheng (University of Kentucky), Y. Qi (Michigan State University), and X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center) 193 A Facile Route to Synthesis LiMPO4/Graphene Freestanding Cathode Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. O. Guler, D. Nalci, M. Guzeler, S. Ozcan, A. Erdas Guler, and H. Akbulut (Sakarya University) 194 A123's High Power and High Energy LiIon Chemistry Development for Vehicle Electrification – D. C. Johnson, M. Hammoud, C. Xu, J. Wang, C. Campion, and R. Iocco (A123 Systems, LLC) 195 Research and Development of High Density Spherical Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Gao, J. Li, and X. He (Tsinghua University) 196 Electrochemical Properties of Amorphous Nb2O5 Thin Film and Its Application to Rechargeable Thin Film Lithium Ion Batteries – R. Ye (Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University), K. Ohta, and M. Baba (Iwate University) 197 High Ni Layered Oxide Cathode Materials Choice of Future High Energy Density Cells – F. Zhou (A123 Systems, LLC) 198 Improved Rate Capability By Dynamic Crystal Structure Change of Co-Substituted LiFePO4 with Reduced Lattice Mismatch – T. Yoshinari, Y. Orikasa, T. Mori (Kyoto University), M. Nishijima, K. Ohira, S. Esaki, T. Sueki, T. Ootani, Y. Kamimura (SHARP CORPORATION), K. Ohara (Kyoto University), K. Fukuda (Office of Society-Academic Collaboration for Innovation), and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University) 199 Carbon Nanotubes Doped with Silicon for Use in the Anode of Lithium Ion Batteries – I. Zeferino González (Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), R. Gauvin (McGill University), M. Miki Yoshida (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados, S.C.), and Y. Verde Gómez (Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) 200 Probing the Aging Effects on Nanomechanical Properties of a Thin Film LiFePO4 Cathode – D. E. Demirocak (Texas A&M UniversityKingsville) and B. Bhushan (Ohio State University)

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201 Polymer Modified Cathode and Separator for Enhanced Li-S Battery Performance Based on Partially Exfoliated Carbon Nanotube Sulfur Composite Cathode – R. S and A. Gangadharan (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) 202 Degradation Analysis of Commercial LithiumIon Batteries Using Voltage Curves and Thermal Behaviors – H. Kato (Central Reaearch Institute of Electric Power Industry), T. Kobayashi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), K. Shono (Electric Power Engineering Systems Co., Ltd.,), Y. Ohno (Central Reaearch Institute of Electric Power Industry), Y. Kobayashi, H. Miyashiro, and Y. Mita (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) 203 Reversible Li Insertion Studies on V4O3(PO4)3 As High Energy Storage Material for Li-Ion Battery Applications – M. Satyanarayana, R. S. Rao, U. V. Varadaraju (IIT Madras), and V. Pralongb (CNRS, CRISMAT) 204 In Situ Raman Spectroscopy Study: Unusual Properties of Sulfur-Polyacrylonitrile As Cathode Material for Lithium Sulfur Battery – C. J. Huang, J. H. Cheng, M. H. Lin (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), L. Y. Jang (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center), and B. J. Hwang (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) 205 Freestanding Binary Graphene/LiMn2O4 Nanorod Cathode Electrodes for High Energy Storage Applications – A. Erdas Guler, S. Ozcan, D. Nalci, M. Guzeler, M. O. Guler, and H. Akbulut (Sakarya University) 206 Hydrothermal Synthesis, Structural Transformations and Electrochemistry of Lithium Vanadyl Phosphates – Y. Chung, Y. Huang, N. A. Chernova, M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University), K. M. Wiaderek, and K. W. Chapman (NECCES at Argonne National Laboratory) 207 Thermochemical Study of the Miscibility Gap in the LiFePO4-FePO4 System at 25°C – C. Thomas, R. Hüttl, J. Seidel, K. Bohmhammel, and F. Mertens (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg) 208 Fluoride-Phosphate Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries: The Impact of Structure on Electrochemical Activity – N. R. Khasanova (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), S. S. Fedotov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), A. I. Manoilov, A. S. Samarin (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), O. M. Karakulina (EMAT, University of Antwerp), A. M. Abakumov (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), and E. V. Antipov (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University)

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209 High-Throughput Method to Study the Electrochemical Performance of Ag-Doped Olivine Based Cathode for Libs – H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Yonsei University), H. Yim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), K. B. Kim (Yonsei University), and J. W. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 210 Operando Evaluation of Reaction Distribution in a Composite Electrode of Li-Ion Batteries By Using Two Dimensional X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – Y. Kimura, K. Chiba, T. Watanabe, T. Nakamura, K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), H. Tanida, Y. Uchimoto, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University) 211 Quantified Evidence of Homogeneous Al3+ Doping on LiNi0.80Co0.15Al0.05O2: Effects on the Electrochemical and the Thermal Stability – R. Masaki, T. Sugihara, A. Kajiyama, K. Matsumoto (BASF TODA Battery Materials LLC), M. Hirayama, and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 212 Si@Co2SiO4/Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite Anodes for High Performance Lithium Ion Batteries – A. R. Park and P. J. Yoo (School of Chemical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan university) 213 CNT Branching on the 3D Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Architecture for Lithium Ion Battery – B. J. Park and H. S. Park (SungKyunKwan University) 214 Morphological Effect on Nano and Micro Dimensional CuO As Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – P. Subalakshmi and A. Sivashanmugam (CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute) 215 Mesoporous Lithium Titanate-Carbon Composite (Li4Ti5O12-Carbon) with Controlled Microstructure As Anode in Lithium Ion Batteries for Low Temperature – C. K. Ho, C. Y. V. Li, and K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong) 216 Lithium Transport of Fast Battery Cycles in a LiMn2O4 Cathode Imaged By Operando Eels – S. Lee (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Y. Oshima (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. Suzuki, R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology), E. Hosono, H. Zhou (AIST), and K. Takayanagi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 217 Porous Li-Rich Cathode Material with Carbonaceous Modified Surface for High Performance Lithium Ion Batterie – J. Li (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster) and X. He (MEET Battery Research Center) 218 Structural, Electrochemical and Magnetic Properties of a Novel KFeSO4f Polymorph – L. Lander, G. Rousse (Collège de France), A. M. Abakumov (EMA, University of Antwerp), M. T. Sougrati (Institut Charles Gerhardt), G. Van Tendeloo (EMAT, University of Antwerp), and J. M. Tarascon (Collège de France) 43

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219 Investigation of the Effects of Formulation, Slurry Preparation and Coating Conditions on the Mechanical Properties and Electrochemistry of Carbon-Based Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes – P. Lanz (Imerys Graphite & Carbon) 220 Pseudocapacitive Negative Electrodes Based on Mxene Ti2CTx for High-Power Li-Ion Batteries – S. Kajiyama, H. Iinuma (The University of Tokyo), S. Lucie (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO), A. Sugahara (The University of Tokyo), K. Gotoh (Okayama University), Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), M. Okubo, and A. Yamada (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo) 221 Core-Shell Ni-NiF2 As Cathode Materials for Secondary Lithium Batteries – K. Guerin, L. Doubtsof (CNRS, Blaise Pascal University), and P. Bonnet (Blaise Pascal University) 222 Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Investigation of Core-Shell Carbon-Coated Silicon Nanoparticles for Lithium-Ion Anodes – C. Millot (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819, CEA Grenoble, DRT/LITEN/DEHT), J. Sourice (CEA Saclay DSM/IRAMIS/NIMBE, UMR 3685, CEA Grenoble DRT/LITEN/DEHT), J. F. Colin (CEA Grenoble, DRT/LITEN/DEHT), H. MendilJakani (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819), L. Porcar (Institut Laue Langevin), N. Herlin (CEA Saclay DSM/IRAMIS/NIMBE, UMR 3685), and S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819) 223 Blend Performance of LiMn0.7Fe0.3PO4 LiMn1.9Al0.1O4 Electrodes: Properties Beyond Physical Mixtures? – M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW), A. Klein, and P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW) 224 Degradation Phenomena in Silicon-Carbon Composite Anodes from Industrial Battery Grade Silicon – J. P. Maehlen, H. F. Andersen (Institute for Energy Technology), P. E. Vullum (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), J. Voje, B. Sandberg (Elkem Technology AS), T. Mokkelbost (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), P. J. S. Vie, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) 225 High Performance Porous Silicon Anodes By Chemical Etching Metal Si Alloy Powders – J. S. Kim (Chonbuk National University), Y. S. Kim (Korea Basic Science Institute), S. C. Kim (Chonbuk National University), and T. H. Kim (Sogang University) 226 Unexpected Dilation and Dilation Relaxation Behavior of Graphite-Based Lithium-Ion Cells – M. Bauer (ZSW Baden-Wuerttemberg), M. Wachtler (ZSW), J. V. Persson, and M. A. Danzer (ZSW Baden-Wuerttemberg) 227 Optimizing the Coating Method for Improved Process Control of Silicon/Carbon Composite Anodes – H. F. Andersen, J. P. Maehlen, J. Zhu, T. T. Mongstad, W. Filtvedt, P. J. S. Vie, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology)

228 Systematic Tuning of the High Voltage Spinel LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 By Modification of the Precursor and the Thermal Treatment – M. Seidel (TU Dresden, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaften), K. Nikolowski, I. Kinski, M. Wolter (Fraunhofer IKTS), and A. Michaelis (Fraunhofer IKTS, TU Dresden, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaften) 229 Long Duration Studies of Li-Ion Battery Materials Using Synchrotron X-Ray Powder Diffration – S. Day, A. Baker, and C. C. Tang (Diamond Light Source) 230 Potential Tuning in the Benzenedicarboxylate System for Improved Organic Negative Electrodes – A. E. Lakraychi (LG2A UMR 7378, LRCS UMR 7314, RS2E), F. Dolhem (LG2A UMR 7378, RS2E), and M. Becuwe (LRCS UMR 7314, RS2E) 231 Characterizing Aging Behavior in Li-Ion Batteries Using Micro-XRF – U. Boesenberg (European XFEL GmbH, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESY), B. Michalak (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), D. B. Ravnsbaek (University of Southern Denmark), M. Falk (University of Giessen), J. Garrevoet (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESY), U. E. A. Fittschen (Washington State University), J. Janek (JustusLiebig-Universität Giessen), and G. Falkenberg (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron, DESY) 232 Evaluation of V2O5 Coatings Grown By Plasma Enhanced and Thermal Atomic Layer Deposition – I. I. Kazadojev (Tyndall National Institute UCC), S. O'Brien, M. Modreanu (Tyndall National Institute UCC), P. Osiceanu, S. Somacescu (Institute of Physical Chemistry I.G. Murgulescu), M. Apostolopoulou, N. Katsarakis, E. Koudoumas, D. Vernardou (Technological Educational Institute of Crete), M. E. Pemble, and I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Institute - UCC)

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233 Mechanochemical Synthesis of Lithium Sulfide for Li-S Batteries – P. P. Prosini (ENEA), G. Tarquini (La Sapienza), C. Cento, and M. Di Carli (ENEA) 234 Development of High Performance Electrode of Lithium Ion Battery By High Speed Manufacturing Using Continuous Kneading Process – Y. Fujita, K. Fukumoto (KURIMOTO,LTD.), Y. Miura, M. Ikeya (KURIMOTO, LTD.), H. Agata (KURIMOTO,LTD), and T. Fukui (KURIMOTO,LTD.) 235 Reducing the High Temperature Performance Degradation in Li-Ion Batteries By Using IonTrapping Separators – A. Banerjee, B. Ziv, Y. A. Shilina, S. Luski, D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global Research & Development) 236 Process R&D and Scale-up of Advanced Battery Materials at Argonne's Materials Engineering Research Facility – G. Krumdick, Y. Shin, O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, K. Z. Pupek, and T. L. Dzwiniel (Argonne National Laboratory)

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237 Rebirth of Coffee-Wiped Wastepaper: Flavor Activation of Cellulose for Eco-Friendly/CostCompetitive Carbon Electrode Materials – D. G. Lee, J. H. Kim, S. H. Kim, J. M. Kim, and S. Y. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology) 238 Ceramic-Coated Membrane Using Aqueous Coating Solution for Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Im, J. Lee (Hanyang University), S. W. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University), and K. Y. Cho (Hanyang University)

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239 High Performance Separator Coated with AminoFunctionalized SiO2 Nanoparticles for Safety Enhanced Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Cho, W. K. Shin, A. G Kannan, and D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University) 240 Safety Technology for Li-Ion Batteries – J. C. Lo, C. C. Chen, J. M. Hsu, C. R. Yang, H. C. Wu, and J. P. Pan (Industrial Technology Research Institute) 241 Low-Cost Manufacturing of Safe, Long-Life Battery Materials Using Atomic Layer Deposition – D. M. King, J. E. Trevey, P. R. Lichty (PneumatiCoat Technologies), S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering), K. Dahlberg (Energy Power Systems, LLC), and F. Albano (XALT Energy, LLC) 242 Study on the Lithium Plating and Dissolution Behavior on Anode of Lithium Ion Battery – K. Qian (Graduate school at Shenzhen, Tsinghua Univeristy), Y. Li, D. Luo, B. Li, D. Liu, Y. B. He, and F. Kang (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) 243 Applications of Calorimetry to Safety and Performance Testing of Lithium Batteries – J. Rachford and D. Montgomery (Thermal Hazard Technology) 244 Thermophysical Properties of Positive Electrode of Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Saito and H. Kobayashi (AIST) 245 Safety of Li-Ion Batteries - Early Detection of Anomalies and Characterization of Their Origins – L. Daniel, S. Geniès, D. Brun-Buisson, J. F. Martin, X. Fleury, and C. Chabrol (CEA, LITEN, F-38054 Grenoble, France) 246 Exploiting Steric Factors in the Design of New Overcharge Additives – T. F. Guarr (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute, Jolt Energy Storage Technologies, LLC), N. Mortimer, A. J. Prins, and R. Polik (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute) 247 Lithium Ion Battery Autopsies after Safety Testing Reveal Safety Benefits of Thermally Stable Separators – B. Morin (Dreamweaver International, Inc.), J. Kaschmitter, P. Khokhlov (Spectra Power), C. Hu (Paris Mountain LLC), and S. J. Cho (North Carolina A&T State University)

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248 A Research Tool to Evaluate Safety Response of Lithium Batteries to Internal Short Ciurcuit – A. Pesaran and M. Keyser (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 249 A Low-Cost, Environment-Friendly LigninPolyvinyl Alcohol Composite Separator Using a Water-Based Method for Safer and Faster Li-Ion Batteries – M. J. Uddin, P. K. Alaboina, L. Zhang, and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University) 250 On-Demand Internal Short Circuit Device Reveals Li-Ion Cell Design Vulnerabilities and Enables Verification of Safer, Higher Performing Battery Designs – E. Darcy (NASA-Johnson Space Center) 251 Implications of Material Reponse for Battery Safety – S. Santhanagopalan, L. Cao, C. Zhang, and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 252 Introduction of Square-Current Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (SC-EIS) to Battery Assessment System of Kw-Class Lithium Ion Battery System – T. Osaka, T. Yokoshima, D. Mukoyama, H. Nara, H. Isawa, T. Momma, and Y. Mori (Waseda University) 253 Innovative Non-Destructive Non-Contact Methods & Devices for Testing during Production, Optimizing Technologies, and Insuring Safety & Reliability Next Generation of Li Batteries – E. M. Shembel, V. I. Redko (Enerize Corporation), T. E. Gomez Alvarez-Arenas Sr., J. Camacho Sosa Dias (DSTU Spanish National Research Council, Madrid), D. T. Meshri, S. D. Meshri, R. L. Adams (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), and N. C. Mathur (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc) 254 Battery Materials Exploration with Neutrons and Synchrotron X-Rays – Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), C. J. Sun (Argonne National Laboratory), K. An (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Z. Chen, X. Xiao, B. Aoun (Argonne National Laboratory), and K. Amine (Chemical Sciences/Engineering Division, ANL) 255 Effect on Electrochemical Property of LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 By AlPO4 Nano-Coating – J. Li, J. Gao, L. Wang, and X. He (Tsinghua University) 256 A Flame Retardant Gel Polymer Electrolyte Containing Mg(OH)2 Particles for Lithium Ion Battery – S. Kim (Hanbat National University), J. Jeong (ENCHEM Co.,Ltd.), H. Lee, T. Han, D. Jin, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 257 Successful Early Detection of Incipient Internal Short Circuits in Li-Ion Batteries and Prevention of Thermal Runaway – B. Barnett, C. McCoy, D. Ofer, and S. Sriramulu (CAMX Power) 258 Application of Phase Change Materials for the Safety and Thermal Management of the LithiumIon Batteries at High Temperature Climate Conditions – S. M. Sadrameli and Y. Azizi (Tarbiat Modares University) 45

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259 Influence of Aging on Heat-Release of Lithium Ion Battery Under Adiabatic Conditions – Y. Luo (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.), T. Lu (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage BatteryTech. Co. Ltd.), L. Yan (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage), J. Xie (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage), and Y. Feng (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage) 260 Effect of Aging on Overcharge Behavior of the Lithium Ion Battery – J. Xie (Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage, Harbin Institute of Technology), Y. Luo (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.), T. Lu (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage BatteryTech. Co. Ltd.), Y. Zhang (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Fudan University), and L. Yan (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage)

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261 Fabrication of LiCoO2/Li2s-P2S5 Composite Cathode By Electrostatic Slurry Spray Deposition for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries – C. H. Park, S. H. Son, L. Y. Choi, S. W. Lee, and D. Shin (Hanyang University) 262 Investigation of Structural Changes in BulkType All-Solid-State Batteries Using LiCoO2 Particles with Sulfide Electrolyte Coatings – Y. Ito, M. Otoyama (Osaka Prefecture University), T. Ohtomo (Toyota Motor Corporation), A. Hayashi, and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University) 263 The Impact of Different Substituents in Fluorinated Cyclic Carbonates in the Performance of High Voltage Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolyte – C. C. Su, M. He, C. Peebles, and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) 264 UV-Curable Solid Polymer Electrolytes Based on Poly(ethylene glycol) and Cardanol Moiety for All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries – J. H. Baik, D. G. Kim, J. Shim, J. H. Lee, Y. S. Choi, and J. C. Lee (Seoul National University)

265 Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Safer Lithium Batteries: I. Investigation Around Optimal Formulation – M. Moreno Jr. (ENEA, DTEPCU-SPCT), M. Montanino Jr. (ENEA, SSPTPROMAS-NANO), M. Carewska Sr. (ENEA, DTE-PCU-SPCT), E. Simonetti Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO), G. T. Kim Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), N. Loeffler Jr. (Helmholtz Institute of Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), S. Passerini Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), M. De Francesco Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMASMATPRO), and G. B. Appetecchi Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO, Italy) 266 Interactions Between Positive and Negative Electrodes in Li-Ion Cells Operated at High Temperature and High Voltage – D. Xiong (Dept. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), R. Petibon, M. Nie (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), L. Ma (Dept. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), J. Xia (Dep. of Physics, Dalhousie University), and J. R. Dahn (Department of Physics, Dalhousie University) 267 Field Assisted Sintering of Li7-3xLa3Zr2AlxO12 Solid Electrolyte and the Influence of the Microstructure on the Electrochemical Performance – M. Botros (Joint Research Laboratory Nanomaterials, Germany), R. Djenadic, and H. Hahn (Joint Research Laboratory Nanomaterials, Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany) 268 Propylene Carbonate-Based Highly Concentrated Electrolyte Solutions for LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrodes of Lithium Ion Batteries – T. Doi, R. Masuhara, Y. Shimizu, M. Hashinokuchi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) 269 Electrospun Membranes Based on PVDF-PEO Blends for Lithium Batteries – A. La Monaca, C. Arbizzani, F. De Giorgio, M. L. Focarete (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna), D. Fabiani, and M. Zaccaria (Electr. Electron.& Inf. Eng. Dept University of Bologna) 270 In Situ Characterization of Gassing Processes in Lithium-Ion Batteries By Dems-Deirs – B. B. Berkes (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA), H. Sommer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA, BASF SE), T. Brezesinski (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA), and J. Janek (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA, Justus-LiebigUniversität Giessen) 271 DFT-MD Study of Sacrificial Anion Reduction and Li-Ion Diffusion Mechanisms in Superconcentrated Electrolytes – K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), Y. Yamada (The University of Tokyo), A. Yamada (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo), and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))

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272 Solid State Electrolytes Based on Doped Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnets: Crystal Chemistry, Ion Transport and Implementation into Li Batteries – A. Llordés (CIC EnergiGUNE, IKERBASQUE), L. Buannic, W. W. Manalastas Jr., F. Aguesse, J. M. López del Amo, J. Carrasco, and J. A. Kilner (CIC EnergiGUNE) 273 Sulfide Electrolytes: Study of Local Li-Ion Dynamics in Li3PS4 Using Li(7) NMR Relaxometry – D. Prutsch, H. Brandstätter, V. Pregartner, D. Wohlmuth, V. Epp (CD-Laboratory for Li Ion Batteries, ICTM, TU-Graz), and M. Wilkening (CD-Lab for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology) 274 Ceramic Polymer Hybrid Electrolyte Based on Li7La3Zr2O12 for Solid-State Batteries – F. Langer, J. Glenneberg (ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen), I. Bardenhagen (ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen, Fraunhofer IFAM), and R. Kun (Fraunhofer IFAM, ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen) 275 Characterization of Li2s-P2S5 Solid Electrolytes/ Alloy Negative Electrodes Interface Using Microelectrode Techniques – M. Chiku, N. Koretaka, E. Higuchi, and H. Inoue (Osaka Prefecture University) 276 Functional Solid-State Polymer Electrolytes through Utilization of Polycarbonates – D. Brandell, B. Sun, and J. Mindemark (Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University) 277 Development of Sulfolane-Based Electrolytes for Li-ion batteries – T. Zhang (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZ-Juelich (IEK-12), University of Muenster/Institute of Physical Chemistry), W. Porcher (CEA Grenoble/LITEN), and E. Paillard (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZ-Juelich (IEK-12)) 278 Analysis of Surface Deposit Formed on the Binder-Free Si Nanoparticle Electrode in RoomTemperature Ionic Liquid Containing Lithium Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)Amide – K. Ui, K. Kikuchi, R. Saito, Y. Kadoma, T. Takeguchi (Graduate School of Engineering, Iwate University), S. Kawamura, T. Kakigi, and T. Sukigara (Honda R&D automobile center) 279 Effect of Sintering Temperature on Interfacial Structure and Interfacial Resistance for All-SolidState Batteries – T. Kato (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, JST-ALCA), R. Yoshida (Japan Fine Ceramics Center), K. Yamamoto (JFCC), T. Hirayama (Japan Fine Ceramics Center), M. Motoyama (JST-ALCA, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), W. C. West (California Institute of Technology), and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, JST-ALCA) 280 Surface Analysis of Li-Ion Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces: Insights By a Surface Science Approach – R. Hausbrand, M. Fingerle (Darmstadt University of Technology), W. Jaegermann (Technische Universität Darmstadt), N. Schulz, and T. Späth (Darmstadt University of Technology)

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281 Mechanistic Illustration of Mononitriles Decomposition in Lithium Ambience Encompassing Development of a DinitrileMononitrile Based Electrolyte System for Lithium Batteries – R. Rohan (NSYS University Taiwan), C. C. Li (NTUT Taiwan), and J. T. Lee (National Sun Yat-sen University) 282 Electrospun Gel Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries – F. Croce (Università “G. D’Annunzio” ChietiPescara) 283 Iron and Titanium Substituted LiCoTixMn1-XO4/ LiCo1-yFeyMnO4: High-Voltage Spinels As Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – C. Dräger (IAM-ESS - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), S. Indris, and H. Ehrenberg (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) 284 All-Solid State Rechargeable Batteries: Manufacturing of Composite Cathodes – F. Peters, F. Andre, and J. Schwenzel (Fraunhofer IFAM) 285 Photoinitiated Polymerization of Methacrylate/ Ionic Liquid Based Polymer Electrolytes: Effect of the Curing Sequence on the Electrochemical Properties – M. Cesbron (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, F-38000 Grenoble France), S. Oukassi, A. Bazin, G. Piana, V. Armel, H. Porthault, S. Poncet, F. Geffraye, and R. Salot (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, 38054 Grenoble, France) 286 Electrochemical Investigation of Thermodynamic and Transport Phenomena in LP30 Electrolyte with Various Concentrations of Conducting Salt – A. Trifonova (Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH), K. Fröhlich, G. Bimashofer (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH), and G. Fafilek (Vienna University of Technology) 287 Carbon Disulfide As a Novel Additive for HighPerformance Lithium Sulfur Batteries – S. Gu, J. Jin, Z. Wen, R. Qian, and S. Zhuo (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS) 288 Lithium Complex Hydride Solid-State Electrolytes with Conventional Liquid Electrolyte-like Conductivity – R. S. Kühnel, Y. Yan, A. Remhof, D. Rentsch (Empa), Z. Lodziana (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kraków), and C. Battaglia (Empa) 289 In Situ NMR Imaging: A Tool for Characterizing Ion Transport Properties in Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte Solutions – S. Krachkovskiy, D. Bazak (McMaster University), I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global Research & Development), B. Balcom (University of New Brunswick), and G. R. Goward (McMaster University) 290 Study of Crosslinked Solid Polymer Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Lithium Battery – J. Liu, Y. Lin, J. Li, Y. Liu (Central South University), K. Liu (West High School), and X. Wang (University of Utah) 291 Garnet Based Electrolytes Based on Li6.75La3XMXZr1.75Ta0.25O12-D for All Solid State Lithium Batteries: Systematic Doping on the Lanthanum Site with Two and Three-Valent Cations – M. Struzik, J. Genta, R. Pfenninger, I. Garbayo (Electrochemical Materials, ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich) 47

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292 Lithium Garnet Based All-Solid-State Batteries By Spark Plasma Sintering – J. Hodkinson (University of Cambridge) 293 Li-Garnet-Based Thin Film Processing for Novel Types of All Solid State Microbatteries – I. Garbayo, M. Pauker, M. Struzik, R. Pfenninger (Electrochemical Materials, ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich) 294 Chemical Changes and Impedance Rise in Li4Ti5O12 - LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2 Cells – R. Sahore, A. Tornheim, J. Bareno, Z. Zhang, and I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory) 295 Electrolyte Studies for High Voltage Lithium Ion Batteries – S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) 296 Interfacial Chemistry and Mechanics of Fluoroethylene Carbonate (FEC)-Derived Electrode/Electrolyte Interfaces – H. Shin (University of Michigan), J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology), and W. Lu (University of Michigan) 297 In Situ Engineering of the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface for Stabilized over-Lithiated Cathodes – S. Lee (University of Colorado at Boulder) 298 NMR Studies of Ion Transport in UltraConcentrated Aqueous Lithium Electrolytes – J. Peng (Hunter College of City University of New York), K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries), C. Wang, L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), M. Gobet (Hunter College of City University of New York), S. Munoz (Hunter College of CUNY), and S. Greenbaum (Hunter College, CUNY) 299 Optimization of Electrolytes for Si-Containing Full Cell – V. L. Chevrier (3M Corporate Research Materials Laboratory), R. Petibon (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), C. Aiken (3M Electronic Materials Solutions Division), L. J. Krause, L. Jensen (3M Corporate Research Materials Laboratory), A. Xiao, D. B. Le, K. W. Eberman (3M Electronic Materials Solutions Division), and J. R. Dahn (Department of Physics, Dalhousie University) 300 Cycling Intercalation Electrodes in Dinitriles Based Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries: Impact of Additives on the SEI Formation – D. Farhat (Université François Rabelais - Tours) 301 Phosphoranimine Electrolytes for Alkali-Ion Batteries – E. J. Dufek, J. R. Klaehn, J. S. McNally, and H. W. Rollins (Idaho National Laboratory) 302 Structural and Compositional Studies of Initial SEI Formation Employing Surface Sensitive Techniques – F. U. Renner (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC, Hasselt University), B. Moeremans (Hasselt University, Belgium), H. W. Cheng, and M. Valtiner (Max-Planck-Institut f. Eisenforschung GmbH) 303 Electrolyte-Electrode Interactions and Interphases – S. M. Russell, A. V. Cresce (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries)

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304 Lattice Dynamics and Thermal Transport in Superionic Conducting Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnet – S. Wang (University of Washington), W. Qiu (Shanghai University), B. Duan (University of Washington), W. Zhang (Shanghai University), and J. Yang (University of Washington) 305 Stabilizing the Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Silicon-Based Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries By in-Situ Reductive Electropolymerization – B. Moeremans, Y. Zheng (Hasselt University), R. F. Duarte (HelmholtzZentrum Berlin), D. Deduytsche, C. Detavernier (Ghent University), M. Hahlin (Uppsala University), H. G. Boyen (Hasselt University), A. Hardy, M. K. Van Bael (imomec, imec), and F. U. Renner (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC) 306 Structure and Dynamics of the Lithium Ion Solvation Shell in Linear Organic Carbonates By Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy – K. D. Fulfer and D. G. Kuroda (Louisiana State University) 307 Investigation of the Interphase Between Graphite Electrode/ Ionic Liquid Electrolyte during the First Discharge – E. Bolimowska (Université de Lyon), C. C. Santini (University of Lyon 1), H. Rouault (1) CEA Grenoble - DRT/LITEN/DEHT/ SCGE/LGI), A. Benayad (CEA, LITEN), and J. Santos Pena (UNIVERSITE DE TOURS) 308 Facile Chemistry Towards All Solid State Polymer Electrolytes and Lithium Ion Batteries – Z. Liu (QIBEBT, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Y. Cui (Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology), Z. Cui, J. Chai, Q. Wang (QibebtCAS), and G. Cui (QIBEBT, CAS) 309 Lithium Molten Salt Battery at Near Room Temperature Using Low-Melting Alkali Metal Melts – K. Kubota and H. Matsumoto (AIST) 310 Surface Film Formation on New Composite Anode: Impact of Electrolyte Additives – S. Sayah (Laboratoire PCM2E), F. Ghamouss (PCM2E E.A. 6299), J. Santos Pena (UNIVERSITE DE TOURS), D. Lemordant (PCM2E (EA6299) Université François Rabelais de Tours), and F. Tran-Van (Université François Rabelais) 311 Rechargeable Lithium/PMMA-Libob-Tegdme/O2 Battery – M. Z. Kufian and A. K. Arof (Centre for Ionics University Malaya) 312 Dopamine As an Electrolyte Additive for Lithium Secondary Batteries – H. Lee, T. Han, S. Kim, D. Jin (Hanbat National University), H. J. Kim (Sebang Global Battery Co., Ltd.), J. W. Rho (Sebang Global Battery CO., LTD), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 313 Effect of Electrolyte Amount on Electrochemical Properties of Coin-Type Lithium-Ion Cells – T. Han, H. Lee, S. Kim, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 314 Understanding Interfacial Resistance of AlSubstituted Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolyte – W. Chen (Illinois Institute of Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), L. Cheng, and M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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315 Graphite-Si Based Cell Performance in Alternative Electrolytes – T. L. Dzwiniel, K. Z. Pupek, G. Krumdick, and D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory) 316 Ionic Structure and Physical Properties of Fluorinated Alkyl-Phosphate Solutions Dissolving Lithium Salts – Y. Todorov, K. Fujii (Yamaguchi University), M. Aoki, H. Mimura (TOSOH F-TECH, Inc.), N. Yoshimoto, and M. Morita (Yamaguchi University) 317 Single-Solvent Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries Studied By Operando Diffusive Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy – J. Sicklinger, K. U. Schwenke, N. T. Zensen, and H. A. Gasteiger (TU München, TEC) 318 Development of Novel Electrolyte Additives for Designed Surface Modification – B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 319 The Performance of Lithium Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)Amide in Propylene Carbonate on Binder Free Graphite Electrode – Y. Pan and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 320 Synthesis and Characterization of Ba and Ta Substituted Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Lithium Battery – R. Inada, S. Yasuda, M. Tojo, R. Konishi, K. Tsuritani, Y. Yamashita, K. Okuno, T. Tojo, and Y. Sakurai (Toyohashi University of Technology)

Topic 5: New Na based Electrodes I – 17:30 – 21:00 •

321 Design on CFx Cathode for Sodium Secondary Batteries – W. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), Z. Shadike (Fudan University), Y. Li (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), Z. Fu (Fudan University), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 322 Layered P2-Nax[Mg, Ni, Mn]O2 Cathodes: What Are the Atomistic Effects of Cation Substitution? – H. Chen, J. Heath, and M. S. Islam (University of Bath) 323 Sb2O3 Microstructures As Efficient Anode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries – K. P. Lakshmi, D. Ramasubramonian (IISER Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, INDIA), and M. M. Shaijumon (IISER, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, INDIA) 324 Unusual Na Storage Behavior of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon on Ether-Based Electrolyte System – Y. Kim, M. Jeong, G. H. Lew, W. Oh (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), X. Jin, J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 325 An Advanced Symmetric Sodium Ion Cell Based on O3-Type NaNi0.33Li0.11Ti0.56O2 – S. Zhang, M. Shang, J. Yang, N. Zhang, S. He, and Y. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Chinese Academy of Science)

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326 Enhanced Electrochemical Performance of Bismuth Oxide/Phosphorus Nano Composites Anode for Sodium Ion Battery – A. Jin (Seoul National University, Institute for Basic Science (IBS)), S. H. Yu (Seoul National University), J. Mun (Incheon National University), and Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU), Institute for Basic Science (IBS)) 327 Electrochemical Properties of Hard Carbon Materials As Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion Battery – D. S. Kim, E. Park, H. Yoo, and H. Kim (Hanyang University) 328 Gamma'-V2O5 : A New Sodium-Insertion Material Operating at 3.3 V Vs. Na+/Na – R. BaddourHadjean, M. Safrany-Renard, J. P. Pereira-Ramos, and D. Muller-Bouvet (ICMPE-CNRS) 329 Na-Ion Batteries Based on Na-Rich Layered Oxyde and Optimised Hard Carbon: An Study of the Electrode/Electrolyte Interphase – J. Santos Pena (UNIVERSITE DE TOURS), B. Montigny, and C. Autret (Université François Rabelais de Tours) 330 Dependence of Electrochemical Properties on Structure and Deeper Understanding of Sodium Insertion in Hard Carbons Used As Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – V. Simone, A. Boulineau (CEA-LITEN), A. De Geyer (CEA-INAC), L. Simonin, and S. Martinet (CEA-LITEN) 331 Enhanced Stability of P2-Na2/3MnO2 through Li Addition – J. Zhang and D. Y. W. Yu (City University of Hong Kong) 332 Investigation on Electrochemical Behavior of Rhombohedral Lithium and Sodium Vanadium Phosphate Cathode for Ion Storage System – J. Yang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University), S. Y. Kim (School of Chem. Eng. and Mater. Sci., Chung-Ang University), and Y. M. Kang (Dongguk University) 333 Superior Sodium-Ion Storage Performance of Co3O4@Nitrogen-Doped Carbon: Derived from a Metal-Organic Framework – Y. Wang (Nankai University), Z. Huang (Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials), and Y. Wang (Nankai University) 334 Synergistic Sodiation of Cobalt Oxide Nanoparticles and Conductive Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) for Sodium-Ion Battery – Q. Li, J. Wu, and V. Dravid (Northwestern University) 335 High Performance Sodium-Ion Batteries Based on Prussian White Electrode – Y. Lu, S. Vail, X. Zhao, J. Song, W. Pan, and J. Lee (Sharp Labs of America) 336 Scalable modified Solid-State Synthesis of Na2Ti3O7 Nanorods As Anodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries – C. Y. V. Li, C. K. Ho, and K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong)

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337 A Novel P2-Type Layered Cathode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries – H. V. Ramasamy (Chonnam National University), K. Kaliyappan, X. Sun (University of Western Ontario), S. G. Baek (Chonnam National University), H. J. Choi (Chonnam National university), R. Thangavel (Chonnam National University), G. H. Lee (Chonnam National university), P. S. Ho, and Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) 338 Na0.67(MnxFeyCoz)O2 As Positive Electrode for Na-Ion Batteries – C. Marino (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory), M. Medarde, E. Pomjakushina (Paul Scherrer Institut - Lab for Sci. Dev. Nov. Materials), F. Juranyi (Paul Scherrer Institut - Lab. Neutron Scatter. and Imaging), and C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory) 339 NaxVxTi1-XO2 (x = 0.6 - 1.0) Phases for Na-Ion Battery Electrode Materials – R. I. Fielden, L. Cole (Dalhousie University), and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) 340 On the Road Toward High Performance Layered Transition Metal Oxide Cathodes for Application in Full Sodium-Ion Battery – I. Hasa, D. Buchholz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), J. Hassoun (University of Ferrara, Italy), and S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) 341 Novel Titanates As Anode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries – X. Ma and H. Chen (Georgia Institute of Technology) 342 Carbon Based Electrodes for Sodium Storage in Quasi-Solid-State System – L. Fu (College of Energy, Nanjing Tech University), F. Wang (Department of Chemistry, Fudan University), Y. Zhu (College of Energy, Nanjing Tech University), and Y. Wu (Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, College of Energy, Nanjing Tech University) 343 Metal Organic Framework Derived Nanomaterials in the Application of Lithium-Ion and Sodium-Ion Battery – Y. Zhao, A. F. Abdulla, X. Li, Q. Sun, Z. Song, R. Li, and X. A. Sun (University of Western Ontario) 344 Structure Changes of P2 Layered Material Via in Situ XRD Studies during Desodiation/ Sodiation – Y. H. Jung (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), A. S. Christiansen, R. E. Johnsen, P. Norby (Technical University of Denmark), and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 345 Li+ Substituted NaLi0.1Ni0.35Mn0.55O2 As Promising Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Na-Ion Batteries – S. Zheng, G. Zhong, Z. Gong, and Y. Yang (Xiamen University) 346 Evaluation of Electrochemical and Safety Performance of Na-Ion Pouch Cells – Y. S. Hu (Chinese Academy of Sciences) 347 MSn2 (M= Mn, Fe, Co) Intermetallics As Anode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries – L. O. Vogt, C. Marino, and C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory)

348 Electrochemical Performance of Micro-Sized Sn for Na-Ion Battery – M. Fukunishi (Tokyo University of Science), M. Dahbi, K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), S. Yasuno (JASRI), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 349 FeP4 As a Negative Electrode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – W. Zhang (Tokyo University of Science), M. Dahbi (Tokyo University of Science, ESICBKyoto University), S. Amagasa, Y. Yamada (Tokyo University of Science), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 350 Mxene: Novel Negative Electrode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries – M. Okubo (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo), X. Wang, S. Kajiyama, H. Iinuma (The University of Tokyo), E. Hosono (AIST), S. Oro, I. Moriguchi (Nagasaki University), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo) 351 Na2RuO3: A Model to Study the Extra Capacity of a2mO3 Type Cathodes – B. Mortemard de Boisse, G. Liu, J. Ma, S. Nishimura, S. C. Chung (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo), H. Kiuchi (Department of Appl. Chem., The University of Tokyo), Y. Harada (ISSP, The University of Tokyo), J. Kikkawa (National Institute for Materials Science), K. Yoshio (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo), M. Okubo, and A. Yamada (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo) 352 Reaction Mechanism of Alluaudite Sodium Iron Sulphate As High Energy Density Cathode Material for Na-Ion Battery – S. Nishimura (The University of Tokyo, Kyoto University), G. Oyama (The University of Tokyo), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo, Kyoto University) 353 Sodium Intercalation Mechanism into Hard Carbon – P. C. Tsai (The University of Tokyo, National Cheng Kung University), S. C. Chung (ESICB, Kyoto University, The University of Tokyo), Y. Morikawa (The University of Tokyo), S. Nishimura (ESICB, Kyoto University, The University of Tokyo), S. K. Lin (National Cheng Kung University), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo, ESICB, Kyoto University)

Topic 6: Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries I – 17:30 – 21:00 •

354 Effects of Sulfur Loading and Mesoporous Carbon Properties on the Electrochemical Performances of Li-S Batteries – C. Oh, J. Choi, S. Ahn, N. Kim, and J. K. Lee (Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea) 355 Interface Engineering of Next Generation Lithium Metal Anodes – M. Noked (University of Maryland, College Park), A. C. Kozen, M. A. Schroeder, A. J. Pearse (University of Maryland), C. F. Lin (Institute for Systems Research), S. B. Lee, and G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)) 356 Li-Sulfur Chemistry: Challenges and Opportunities – S. Moganty (NOHMs Technologies)

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357 Low-Cost Sodium-Ion Batteries (LOCO-NIBs Project) – C. Salcianu (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre) and M. M. Titirici (Queen Mary University of London) 358 Stability of Li Metal Anode in Li-S Batteries – R. Cao, J. Chen, M. H. Engelhard, K. Han, W. Xu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA) 359 A Perylene Anhydride Crystal As a Reversible Electrode for K-Ion Batteries – Z. Xing, Z. Jian, W. Luo, X. Ji (Oregon State University), and L. Hu (University of Maryland, College Park) 360 Organic Pigment Electrode in Aqueous Magnesium Ion Batteries – I. Rodríguez Pérez, X. Wang, and X. Ji (Oregon State University) 361 A Moisture- and Oxygen-Impermeant Separator for Aprotic Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – B. G. Kim and J. W. Choi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 362 The Mechanistic Role of Lithium Salts in Aprotic Li-O2 Batteries – D. Aurbach, D. Sharon (BarIlan University), D. H. Hirshberg (Bar Ilan University), W. J. Kwak, Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), A. A. Frimer, and M. Afri (Bar-Ilan University) 363 Operando μ-Beam Diffraction Following the Decomposition of Individual Li2O2 Grains in a Non-Aqueous Li-O2 Battery – S. Ganapathy, M. Anastasaki, J. R. Heringa, M. van Hulzen (Delft University of Technology), B. Adams (University of Waterloo), J. P. Wright (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo), N. H. van Dijk, and M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology) 364 Conductivity Enhancement of Li2S Positive Electrode for All-Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – M. Tatsumisago, T. Hakari, and A. Hayashi (Osaka Prefecture University) 365 Electrochemical Properties of Lithium Air Secondary Batteries with Pt100-XRux Electrocatalysts for Air Electrodes: Optimization of Pt/Ru Composition Ratio – Y. Yui (Tokyo Institute of Technology, NTT Device Technology Laboratories, NTT Corporation), M. Nohara, S. Sakamoto, M. Hayashi (NTT Device Technology Laboratories, NTT Corporation), J. Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and T. Komatsu (NTT Device Technology Laboratories, NTT Corporation) 366 Effects of Polymeric Layers on Li Depletion and Electrochemical Performance of Li-O2 Rechargeable Batteries – I. C. Jang (Kyushu University) and T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University) 367 The Influence of Carbon Cathode in Rechargeable Li-O2 Batteries Based on a LiNO3-Litfsi/DMSO Electrolytes – E. Yoo (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AiST)) and H. Zhou (AIST)

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368 Rechargeable Batteries Using Molecular Ions As a Charge Carrier – M. Yao, H. Sano, H. Ando, T. Kiyobayashi, and N. Takeichi (AIST) 369 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of K-Rich Prussian Blue for Non-Aqueous Potassium Batteries – X. Bie (ESICB-Kyoto University), T. Hosaka (Tokyo University of Science), K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), K. Chihara (ESICB-Kyoto University), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 370 Surface Analysis of Magnesium Metal Anode for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – H. Kuwata (Mie University), M. Matsui (JST, PRESTO, Mie University), and N. Imanishi (Mie University) 371 Use of a Swagelok-Based Electrochemical Cell Enabling Long-Term and Reliable Investigation of Metal-Air Batteries through in-Operando Gas Monitoring – F. Lepoivre, A. Grimaud (Collège de France), D. Larcher (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides), and J. M. Tarascon (ALISTORE-EuropeanResearch Institute, Collège de France) 372 Alpha-MnO2 As a Hybrid Li-Ion/Li-O2 Battery Material -- Operando Characterization and First Principles Modeling – Z. Yang, D. Ford (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Kim (Northwestern University), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), J. S. Park, C. Johnson, M. K. Y. Chan, and M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 373 Bifunctional Catholyte for Li Air Batteries – A. Arul, M. Christy, H. Park, and K. S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University) 374 Bifunctional Catalytic Activity of Sea Urchin Shaped α–MnO2/RuO2 Nanostructures on ORR and OER for Lithium Oxygen Battery – H. Jang, A. Zahoor (Chonbuk National University), Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University), and K. S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University) 375 Integral-Type Porous Cobalt@Cobalt Oxide Anode with Micro/Nano-Sized Pores for Lithium-Ion Battery – H. Park, K. Kim (Kookmin University), H. Cho (Northwestern University), J. H. Kim (Kookmin University), D. C. Dunand (Northwestern University), and H. Choe (Kookmin University) 376 Electrochemical Study on Additive Effect of Porous V2O5 to Sulfur/Carbon Composite Cathode – I. Taniguchi and K. Long (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 377 Dual Electrolytes Rechargeable Li-Air and LiWater Batteries – N. H. Kwon (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), Y. Sheima (University of Fribourg), and K. M. Fromm (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) 378 The Rechargeable Aprotic Li-O2 battery – X. Gao, Y. Chen, L. Johnson (University of Oxford, Department of Materials), and P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) 51

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379 Intercalation State of PF6- in Graphitic Carbon for High Potential Dual Carbon Battery – T. Fukuda (Kyushu University), T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University), K. Inda, S. Ida, and T. Akbay (Kyushu University) 380 Sustainable Redox Mediation for Lithium-Oxygen Battery By Using Protected Lithium Anode – H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)), D. J. Lee, Y. J. Kim, H. Noh, J. Lee, J. K. Park, and H. T. Kim (KAIST) 381 Depth-Resolved X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Studies on Reaction Mechanism at the Cathode/ Electrolyte Interface in All-Solid-State Battery – K. Z. Chen, T. Mori, Y. Orikasa (Kyoto University), Y. Ito, S. Yubuchi, T. Matsuyama, A. Hayashi, M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University), K. Nitta, T. Uruga (JASRI/SPring-8), and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University) 382 A Comprehensive Study of the Intercalation Behavior of Anions from Ionic-Liquid Based Electrolytes into a Graphite Positive Electrode – K. Beltrop (MEET Battery Research Center Münster), P. Meister (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), S. Klein (MEET Battery Research Center Münster), A. Heckmann, T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), and M. Winter (MEET Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology) 383 In-Operando X-Ray Diffraction of Na-Ion Batteries – N. Hall (University of Warwick), M. J. Lain (Warwick University), E. Kendrick, R. Gruar (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK), and S. D. Beattie (Warwick University) 384 All Solid-State Li-Sulfur Batteries Using Carbon Replica As a Composite Electrode Framework – K. Suzuki, M. Tateishi, N. Mashimo (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Nagao (KEK), M. Hirayama, and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 385 Investigating Olivine Cathode for Rechargeable Magnesium Battery with Theoretical and Experiment Approach – R. Zhang, F. Mizuno, and C. Ling (Toyota Research Institute of North America) 386 Understanding the Good Kinetics of Mo6S8 As Cathode in Mg Ion Batteries By Key Electronic States – P. Yu (SIMIT, Chinese Academy of Sciences), F. Han (University of Maryland, College Park), X. Feng, X. Long (SIMIT, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem, CAS), C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), and Z. Liu (SIMIT, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 387 Chemical Intercalation and De-Intercalation Studies on Multivalent Ion Cathodes – P. Senguttuvan, A. K. Burrell, and C. Johnson (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory)

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388 Kinetics of Alloying and Deposition in Multivalent Battery Anodes Using Real-Time X-Ray Diffraction – T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory), S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), A. A. Hubaud, P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Esbenshade (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), K. E. Lundberg (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), and A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 389 Rigid Pyromellitic Diimide Triangles for Organic Rechargeable Batteries – D. J. Kim, K. Hermann, A. Prokofjevs, C. Pezzato, M. T. Otley, and J. F. Stoddart (Northwestern University) 390 Electrochemical Investigation of the Effect of Inorganic Fillers in Gel Polymer Electrolytes for Li-O2 Batteries – A. Chamaani, M. N. Safa, N. Chawla, and B. El-Zahab (Florida International University) 391 Decoding Lithium-Sulfur Electrochemistry Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy – K. T. Mueller, K. S. Han, J. Hu, and M. Vijayakumar (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 392 Identifying Solution Based Catalysts for the Lithium-Oxygen Battery – W. Richardson and N. Garcia-Araez (University of Southampton) 393 High Capacity Sulfurized Alcohol Composite Positive Electrode Materials Applicable for Li-S Batteries – T. Takeuchi, T. Kojima, H. Kageyama, H. Kobayashi (AIST), K. Mitsuhara (SR center, Ritsumeikan University, Shiga 525-8577, Japan), M. Ogawa (Ritsumeikan University), K. Yamanaka (SR center, Ritsumeikan University, Shiga 525-8577, Japan), T. Ohta (Ritsumeikan University), R. Nagai, and A. Ohta (LIBTEC) 394 Approaching High-Performance Li-Sulfur Batteries By Surface Modification Using Atomic Layer Deposition – X. Meng, Y. Liu, J. A. Libera (Argonne National Laboratory), K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory) 395 Investigation of Charge Reactions of Li-O2 Cells with Lithium Oxide (Li2O2 ) Cathode Using Different Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – R. Amine (University of Illinois at Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory), X. Luo, B. J. Ingram (Argonne National Laboratory), X. Zhang (Advanced Photon Sources, Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), H. Wu, J. Lu, L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Amine (Chemical Sciences/Engineering Division, ANL), and S. Al Hallaj (University of Illinois at Chicago) 396 A Stable Carbon-Free Cathode for Rechargeable Lithium-Oxygen Battery with Long Cycle Performance – S. Song, P. Yan, B. Liu, M. E. Bowden, M. H. Engelhard, C. Wang, W. Xu, and J. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 397 Sion Power's Licerion® High Energy Batteries – Y. Mikhaylik (Sion Power Corporation)

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398 On the Ambiguous Nature of the Discharge Products in Sodium-Oxygen Batteries: From Theoretical Considerations to Operando XRD Analyses – R. Pinedo, C. L. Bender, D. Schröder, B. J. Bergner, D. Weber (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), P. Adelhelm (FriedrichSchiller-University Jena), and J. Janek (JustusLiebig-University Giessen) 399 Novel Electrolytes for Metal-Air Batteries – P. von Czarnecki (IOLITEC Inc.), M. Ahrens, S. Rösler, and T. J. S. Schubert (IOLITEC GmbH) 400 Exploring Reliable Organic Cathode Materials for High-Performance Mg-Ion Batteries – B. Pan, J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), A. K. Burrell (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) 401 The Speciation of Mg and Al in ChlorideContaining Mg Battery Electrolyte Solutions – K. A. See, C. J. Barile (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), K. W. Chapman (NECCES at Argonne National Laboratory), L. Zhu (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), K. M. Wiaderek (Argonne National Laboratory), O. J. Borkiewicz, P. J. Chupas (NECCES at Argonne National Laboratory), and A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 402 Thiol-Based Electrolyte Additives for HighPerformance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – H. L. Wu, M. Shin, Y. M. Liu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), K. A. See (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), and A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign) 403 Ultrasonic Synthesis and Multi-Scale Model of a Carbon Compartment & Sulfur Composite – A. D. Dysart (Purdue University), J. C. Burgos, A. Mistry, C. F. Chen, Z. Liu (Texas A&M University), C. Hong (Purdue University), P. B. Balbuena, P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University), and V. G. Pol (Purdue University) 404 Development of High-Energy Li-S Batteries Based on Commercial Materials and Water-Soluble Functional Binders – M. Lacey, V. Österlund, F. Jeschull, K. Edström, and D. Brandell (Uppsala University) 405 A High-Performance Magnesium Rechargeable Battery Enabled By a Mgcl-Ion Storage Mechanism – H. D. Yoo and Y. Yao (University of Houston) 406 Application of LixAlyGe2-Y(PO4)3 Glass Electrolyte to Air Electrode for All-Solid-State Li-O2 Battery – H. Kitaura and H. Zhou (AIST) 407 Self-Assembled MWCNT Interlayer for HighPerformance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – H. M. Kim (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

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408 The Carbon-Free RuO2-TiO2 Electrode for LiAir Batteries – J. B. Park (Hanyang University), I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), Y. J. Lee, and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 409 Silver Nanowires for Li-O2 Batteries – W. J. Kwak (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), H. G. Jung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 410 Polymer Encapsulated Sulfur Nano-Composite for Long Cycle-Life Lithium Sulfur Battery – Y. Ansari, S. Zhang, and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 411 Next Generation Li-S Batteries Based on Sulfur Allotropes and Method for Controlling Cathode Reaction Kinetics – T. Kazda (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic), M. Slavik, A. O. Tezel (Graphene Batteries AS, c/o Sintef, Oslo, Norway), and J. Vondrák (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic) 412 Prussian Blue Mg-Li Hybrid Batteries – L. F. Nazar, X. Sun (University of Waterloo), V. Duffort (Centre national de la recherche scientifique), and P. Bonnick (University of Waterloo) 413 Probing Polysulfide Shuttle Effect in the Li-S Battery – A. Mistry, C. F. Chen, Z. Liu, and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University) 414 Potassium-Ion Intercalation into Graphite for High-Voltage and High-Power Batteries – M. Dahbi (Tokyo University of Science, ESICBKyoto University), T. Hasegawa, M. Fukunishi (Tokyo University of Science), K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), S. Vail (Sharp Labs of America), S. Yasuno (JASRI), and S. Komaba (a, Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 415 Improving Metal Anode Stability in Potassium Oxygen Batteries with Concentrated Electrolyte – X. Ren (The Ohio State University), K. C. Lau (Argonne National Laboratory), and Y. Wu (The Ohio State University) 416 Catalytic Activity of Au/Mwnt Nanocomposite on Oxygen Reduction Reaction and Application on Li-O2 Batteries – K. Luo, Y. Zhao, Z. Luo, M. Zhu (Guilin University of Technology), X. Liu, and K. Scott (Newcastle University) 417 Insights into Electrochemical Sodium Metal Deposition As Probed with in Situ 23na NMR – P. M. Bayley, N. M. Trease, and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge) 418 Sulfur/Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Composite Cathode for High Performance Lithium/Sulfur Batteries – Y. Zhang and F. Yin (Hebei University of Technology) 419 Sodium (23Na) Solid-State NMR Reveals Reaction Products in the Sodium-Oxygen Battery – Z. E. M. Reeve, C. J. Franko, K. J. Harris (McMaster University), H. Yadegari, A. X. Sun (The University of Western Ontario), and G. R. Goward (McMaster University) 53

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420 Innovative Oxygen Selective Membrane for LiAir Battery Operating in Ambient Air – J. Amici, M. Alidoost, J. Zeng, C. Francia, S. Bodoardo (Politecnico di Torino), F. Trotta (Università degli Studi di Torino), and N. Penazzi (Politecnico di Torino) 421 Development of Thin-Film Solid ElectrolyteElectrode System for All-Solid-State Application – F. Frech, H. Lorrmann, and G. Sextl (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC) 422 X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy of Solid-State Lithium Sulfur Batteries – K. Wujcik (University of California, Berkeley), T. Pascal, D. Prendergast, and N. P. Balsara (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 423 First-Principles Study of Orthorhombic and Xerogel-V2O5 As Mg (and Multi-valent) Battery Cathode Materials – G. S. Gautam (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley) 424 Advanced Planar Li-S Batteries – F. Zhao, Z. Bi, D. Beacco, and D. Larsen (Ceramatec, Inc.) 425 Materials Selection and Chemistry Development for Redox Flow Batteries – W. Wang, X. Wei, B. Li, M. Vijayakumar, Z. Nie, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 426 The Effect of Mechanical Property on the Life Cycle Ability of Batteries – H. AsayeshArdakani (Michigan Technological University), A. Nie (University of Illinois at Chicago), Y. Yuan (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago) 427 Intermediate Temperature Molten Salt Lithium Batteries, New Chemistries and Beyond – V. Giordani, G. V. Chase, J. Uddin, H. Tan (Liox), D. Tozier (California Institute of Technology), C. Burke (University of California, Berkeley), J. R. Greer (California Institute of Technology), B. D. McCloskey (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and D. Addison (Liox) 428 Cobalt Phthalocyanine Analogues As Soluble Catalysts That Improve the Charging Performance of Li-O2 Batteries – S. Matsuda (National Institute of Material Science), S. Mori (Ehime University), Y. Kubo, K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science), K. Hashimoto (University of Tokyo), and S. Nakanishi (Osaka University) 429 Capillary Deposition of Binder-Free Lithium Sulfide-Carbon Composite in Three Dimensional Nickel Foam for High Performance LithiumSulfur Battery – M. R. Kaiser (Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials), X. Liang, H. K. Liu, S. X. Dou, and J. Wang (University of Wollongong)

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430 Electrochemical Non-Destructive Analysis of Commercial 18650 Cells – L. Wei, J. Song, Z. Feng (Shanghai Institute of Space PowerSources), X. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-sources), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 431 When Is a Battery Starting to Operate Environmentally Positive? Comparison of Storage with Pb-Acid and Li-Ion Technology: Life Cycle Analysis, CO2 Footprint and Balance, and Overall Sustainability – K. H. Pettinger (University of Applied Sciences Landshut) and W. Dong (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona) 432 Fuzzy Logic-Based Fault Prevention of the Battery System in Hybrid Electric Vehicle – M. J. Esfandyari (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran), V. Esfahanian (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran, Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI)), M. R. Hairi Yazdi (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran), and H. Nehzati (Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI), School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran) 433 Lithium-Ion Batteries: Comprehensive Technical Analysis of Second-Life Batteries to Reuse in Stationary Applications – M. Abdel monem (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, VITO, Unit of Energy Technology), K. Trad (VITO, unit Energy Technology), N. Omar, O. Hegazy (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), S. De Breucker (VITO, Unit of Energy Technology), P. Van den Bossche, and J. Van Mierlo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) 434 Semi-Empirical Modeling of Capacity Fade: A Practical Approach for Battery Pack Manufacturers – S. Wilke, B. Schweitzer, S. Khateeb, and S. Al-Hallaj (AllCell Technologies) 435 Performance Effect of Fast Charging LithiumIon Cells – P. D. Prezas, J. K. Basco (Argonne National Laboratory), T. Q. Duong (US Department of energy), and I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory) 436 Insights on Calendar Aging of Lithium-Ion Batteries from Differential Voltage Analysis and Coulometry – P. Keil, J. Wilhelm, S. Schuster, and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM)) 437 Multi-Directional 3D Laser Scanning of LithiumIon Cells to Detect Inhomogeneity during Cycling and Aging – B. Rieger, S. V. Erhard, P. Keil, and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM)) 438 A Study of Surrogate Li-Ion Cell Fabrication and Characterization for Electric Vehicle Applications – O. Kwon, T. J. Miller, A. Drews, and X. G. Yang (Ford Motor Company)

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439 Reconfigurable Battery Pack for a Lithium Based Battery Charger for BMS Applications – L. Morris Jr., J. F. Stephens (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering), P. L. Moss, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) 440 Design of a Comprehensive Battery Pack Simulator for Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Control Unit – H. Nehzati (Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI), School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran), M. Safarabadi (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran), M. Esfahanian (Isfahan University of Technology), M. J. Esfandyari (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran, Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI)), and Z. Pourbafarani (Iran University of Science and Technology) 441 Development of an Li2FeSiO4 Vs. Graphite Lib for Sustainable Energy Storage – J. Thomas (Uppsala University, LiFeSiZE AB), J. Cai (Höganas AB), H. Eriksson (Uppsala University), K. Fredin (LiFeSiZE AB), A. Liivat, T. Gustafsson (Uppsala University), B. Skårman, and H. Vidarsson (Höganäs AB) 442 Effect of Pressure on Lithium-Ion Battery Ageing – A. S. Mussa, M. Klett (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), R. W. Lindstrom (KTH Royal Institute of technology), and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) 443 Combined Battery/Supercapacitor Hybridised Energy Storage Systems for Hybrid Electric Vehicles – W. Sarwar, G. J. Offer, K. Gopalakrishnan (Imperial College London), and N. Green (Jaguar Land Rover)

Topic 8: Computational Work I – 17:30 – 21:00 •

444 Prediction of the Lithiation Process of Transition Metal Oxides (Co3O4 and NiO) for LithiumIon Batteries from First Principles – Z. Yao, S. Kim (Northwestern University), M. Aykol (Northwestern University, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Q. Li, J. Wu, V. Dravid, and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University) 445 Graphite Phase Behavior during Lithium(de) Intercalation – M. Z. Bazant, R. B. Smith (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Y. Guo (Department of Chemistry, Columbia University), Z. Yu, D. Efetov, J. Wang (Columbia University), P. Kim (Harvard University), and L. Brus (Columbia University) 446 Shifting the Temperature Distribution within Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells Based on Contact and Bulk Resistance Variations at Its Terminals – A. Rheinfeld, S. V. Erhard, E. Höffer, K. Schmidt, and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM))

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447 An Efficient Thermal-Electrochemical Simulation of Lithium-Ion Battery – V. Esfahanian (Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI), School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran), F. Chaychizadeh, H. Shokouhmand, and A. B. Ansari (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran) 448 How Mixing Tetraglyme with Ionic Liquid Changes Volumetric and Transport Properties: An Experimental and Computational Study – Y. Zhang and E. J. Maginn (University of Notre Dame) 449 First Principles Study of the Interfacial Structure Between Spinel LiMn2O4 and Protective Thin Films – R. Warburton (Purdue University), H. Iddir, L. Curtiss, J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) 450 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis of Solvent Drying in Electrode Processing for Battery Manufacturing – N. Susarla, S. Ahmed, and D. W. Dees (Argonne National Laboratory) 451 Electrochemical Li-Ion Batteries Modelisation for EV – A. Falconi (Renault / CEA / Université de Grenoble Alpes), D. Sicsic (Groupe Renault), R. Cornut (CEA-Saclay), and C. Lefrou (Université de Grenoble Alpes / CNRS / LEPMI) 452 Investigations of Doping and Dissolution in Lithium Transition Metal Oxides Using Density Functional Theory Methods – C. Liu, H. Iddir, R. Benedek, and L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory) 453 A Fundamental Study of Lithium Superoxide in Li-O2 Batteries – K. C. Lau, J. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Zhai (Argonne national Laboratory), H. H. Wang (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), X. Luo, P. Redfern (Argonne National Laboratory), M. Asadi (University of Illinois at Chicago), J. Wen, D. Miller (Argonne National Laboratory), A. salehi-Khojin (University of Illinois at Chicago), L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), and K. Amine (Chemical Sciences/Engineering Division, ANL) 454 Mathematical Model to Understand Effects of Cell Temperature Gradients on Lithium Ion Battery Performance – R. Deshpande and W. Moore (Ford Motor Company) 455 Chemical-Mechanical Coupling: Stress Effect on Lithiation of Amorphous Si – M. Wang and X. Xiao (Michigan State University) 456 Materials Design Guidelines for All-SolidState Batteries – Y. E. Wang, W. D. Richards (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), L. J. Miara (Samsung Electronics), J. C. Kim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) 457 A Multiple Particles Model for Super Lithium Ion Capacitor – Y. Cheng (School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South Univ.), J. Li (Central South University), M. Jia, Y. Tang, and S. Du (School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South Univ.) 55

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458 Multi-Scale Modeling of Multi-Physics Processes in Lithium Ion Battery Cells – A. Salvadori (University of Brescia, University of Notre Dame) and M. Magri (University of Brescia) 459 Comparative Study on Experiment and Simulation of Power Prediction of Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Park, W. A. Appiah, S. Byun, D. Yeon (Hanbat National University), H. J. Kim, T. S. Kim (Sebang Global Battery Co., Ltd.), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 460 Analysis of Li Dendrite Formation on Graphite Anode Based on Realistic Electrode Microstructure Using Numerical Simulation – B. Yan (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), C. Lim (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), L. Yin (University of Illinois, Urbana), and L. Zhu (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) 461 Modelling of Li+ and Na+ Conduction Under Electric Fields in Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals – E. Jónsson, F. Chen, and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) 462 Atomistic Structural Evolution and Li Trapping Due to Delithiation Rates in Si Electrodes – K. J. Kim, Y. Qi, J. A. Wortman, and S. Y. Kim (Michigan State University) 463 Explaining Key Properties of Lithiating TiO2Anatase: A Phase Field Model for Materials with Multiple Phases – N. de Klerk, A. Vasileiadis (Delft University of Technology), R. B. Smith, M. Z. Bazant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology)

TUESDAY, June 21, 2016 I1 Invited Talks Grand Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Tuesday Morning Session – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Tien Q. Duong and Linda F Nazar 08:00 08:15 18 08:45

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464 Has the Recycling of Lithium Ion Batteries Raw Materials Become Necessary? – J. P. Lifton (Jack Lifton LLC) 465 Cathode to Cathode Lithium Ion Battery Recycling – Y. Wang (Battery Resourcers LLC, Worcester Polytechnic Institute), E. Gratz (Battery Resourcers LLC), J. Heelan, and Z. Zheng (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) 466 Lithium Recovery Technique Using an Innovative Electrodialysis Method with a Lithium Ionic Superconductor for Recycling of Used Li-Ion Batteries – T. Hoshino (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) 467 Mn3O4/CNT Nanocomposites Derived from Waste Manganese Resources As High Performance Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Zhang, S. Wu, Y. Wan, Y. Huo, Y. Luo, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) 468 Three-Dimensional Investigation of CyclingInduced Microstructural Changes in LithiumIon Battery Cathodes – H. Liu, J. Foster, S. Krachkovskiy (McMaster University), M. Jiang (GM R&D Center), Y. Wu (General Motors Global R&D), X. Yang (Optimal CAE), B. Protas, G. R. Goward (McMaster University), and G. A. Botton (Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy, McMaster University)

Welcoming Remarks Metal-Air Batteries – P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) The Role of Lithium Superoxide in Li-O2 Batteries – L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory) Probing Reactivity at the Electrode and Electrolyte Interface – Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Ion Solvation Effects in the Nonaqueous Li-O2 Electrochemistry – B. D. McCloskey (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Break Advanced Materials for Future Generations of Automotive Batteries: Potential and Limits – P. Lamp (BMW Group) Making the Invisible Visible - Advanced Diagnosis Methods for Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery Materials – Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego) The Intriguing Question of Anionic Redox in High-Energy Density Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – M. Saubanère, E. McCalla, J. M. Tarascon (Collège de France), and M. L. Doublet (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS - Université Montpellier) Simple Metal Oxide as a New Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Kang (Center for Nanoparticles Research, IBS)

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Insights into Fast Lithium and Sodium-Ion Conduction in Solid Electrolyte and Cathode Materials – M. S. Islam (University of Bath) Operando Diffraction During Li Battery Operation Using Neutron and Synchrotron X-Ray Radiations – C. Masquelier (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, FRANCE), M. Bianchini (Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, France), E. Suard (Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, FRANCE), F. Fauth (CELLS ALBA Synchrotron, Barcelona, SPAIN), and L. Croguennec (ICMCB, Université de Bordeaux, FRANCE) Possibility of Composite Cathodes with Sacrificial Salts – S. Okada, D. Tsunoe, A. Kitajou, H. Hori, N. Dimov (Kyushu University), and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science) Sulfide Solid Electrolytes with High Lithium Ion Conductivities and their Applications in AllSolid-State Batteries – X. Xu (Ningbo Institute of Material Technology and Engineering), S. J. Chen, X. Y. Yao, Z. Huang, J. Zhu, J. Yang, and X. T. Chen (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering)

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Topic 1: Lithium based Electrode Materials II – 17:30 – 21:00 •

469 Facile Synthesis of Hollow Mesoporous NiCo2O4 Nanostructures and Their Structural Evolution By Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction As a Negative Electrode in Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Yoo, N. Venugopal, S. Son, W. Oh, G. H. Lew, K. Palanisamy, Y. Kim, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 470 Mn Dissolution and Migration in MnBased Lithium Ion Batteries: Fundamental Understanding and Protective Interphase Modifications – J. Lu, C. Zhan (Argonne National Laboratory), X. Qiu (Tsinghua University Beijing), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 471 High Electrochemical Performance of Hirechically Porous MnCo2O4 Microsphere As an Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – G. M. Thorat (Myongji university), H. S. Jadhav (Myongji University, Republic of korea), and J. G. Seo (Myongji University) 472 Structure Characteristic Evaluation of Triclinic and Orthorhombic LiVOPO4 of Cathode Materials in Lithium Ion Batteries – S. H. Lee (Department of chemistry, University of Ulsan) and K. S. Ryu (Department of Chemistry, University of Ulsan) 473 High Energy Lithium Cobalt Oxide for Lithium Ion Batteries – W. Lu, X. Su (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Li (Hunan ShanShan), F. Aguesse (CIC Energigune, Parque Tecnológico), J. Bareno, I. Bloom, C. Sun, Q. Liu, Y. Ren, and M. Ishwait (Argonne National Laboratory)

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474 Structural, Compositional and Electrochemical Control of Integrated Layered-Layered-Spinel Cathodes – J. S. Park, J. R. Croy, E. Lee, J. D. Blauwkamp, and M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 475 Ultrathin and Uniform Carbon Coating on Active Materials Using Liquid CO2 As a Coating Solvent – J. Hwang (Sungkyunkwan University) and J. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, SKKU Advanced Institute of Nano Technology) 476 Identifying the Origin of Stability of Cathode Materials with Al3+-Based Surface Modifications: Amorphous Al2O3 or Crystalline LiAlxCo1XO2? – L. Hu (University of Illinois at Chicago), P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), B. Key (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 477 Effects of Crystallites Stabilization Under High Electrode Density in Ni-Rich Cathode Materials – J. Cho and J. Kim (UNIST) 478 A Novel Nano-Structured Sn-SnO2-TiO2/Cu5Sn5 Composite Film Electrodeposited on Cu As High Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Z. Kure-Chu (Dept. of Chemistry and Bioengineering, Iwate University), S. Miura, R. Suga, H. Yashiro, and K. Sasaki (Iwate University) 479 Applied Single Particle Measurement Technique for One Si Particle – K. Nishikawa, C. Li (National Institute for Materials Science), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 480 High Capacity Li2FeSiO4/Carbon Composite Cathode Powder Prepared By Spray-Frozen/ Freeze-Drying Method – Y. Fujita (KURIMOTO, LTD., Kumamoto University), K. Shida (Kumamoto University), S. Sugimura, T. Fukui (KURIMOTO,LTD.), and M. Matsuda (Kumamoto University) 481 Synthesis of Stoichiometric Cu2s By Spray Pyrolysis Followed By Heat Treatment and Its Electrochemical Properties – G. Kalimuldina and I. Taniguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 482 Improved High Voltage Electrochemical Properties and Thermal Stability of LiNi0.6Co0.2Mn0.2 By Li3PO4 Surface Modification – S. W. Lee (Yonsei university), M. S. Kim, H. C. Youn (Yonsei University), Y. H. Kim, J. Kim, and K. B. Kim (Yonsei university) 483 The Synthesis of Micrometer-Sized Spherical Li4Ti5O12/Reduced Graphene Oxide for HighPerformance Lithium Ion Batteries – M. S. Kim, G. W. Lee (Yonsei University), and K. B. Kim (Yonsei univ.) 484 Cycle Properties Improvement of "Li[Ni0.5Co0.2Mn0.3]O2/LiPON/Li" All-SolidState Thin Film Batteries with Low Surface Ni Content – J. Tong (Shen Zhen Institute of Advanced Technology)

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485 Crystallographic Analysis of Structural Changes in Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxides at Different Stages of Lithiation – K. Fröhlich, J. Kahr (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH), I. Abrahams (Queen Mary University of London), and A. Trifonova (Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH) 486 Powering the Digital Revolution: A Miniaturized Lithium Battery Made of Single-Crystalline Silicon – M. Sternad (CD-Lab. for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology), M. Forster (Infineon Technologies Austria AG), and M. Wilkening (CD-Lab for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology) 487 Electrode Degradation Analysis in Li-Ion Batteries – R. Malik (University of Warwick), D. P. Finegan (University College London), Q. Huang, M. Loveridge (University of Warwick), P. R. Shearing (University College London), and R. Bhagat (Warwick University) 488 Understanding High Capacity in Li-Rich 3d Cathode Materials – M. Roberts, K. Luo, P. G. Bruce, and R. Hao (University of Oxford) 489 Feeling the Strain: Enhancing Ionic Transport in LiFePO4 and NaFePO4 Cathodes through Strain Effects – J. Heath (University of Bath), C. Tealdi (University of Pavia), and M. S. Islam (University of Bath) 490 Single Particle Approach for Structure Characterization of Solid-State Synthesized Li4Ti5O12 – D. V. Pelegov, B. N. Slautin, D. K. Kuznetsov, P. S. Zelenovskiy, D. O. Alikin, E. A. Kiselyov (Ural Federal University), A. L. Kholkin (University of Aveiro), V. Y. Shur (Ural Federal University), and V. S. Gorshkov (JSC Eliont) 491 High Rate Performance Spinel-Layered Based LiRich Compounds As Cathode Materials for Next Generation Lithium-Ion Batteries Application – C. M Subramaniyam, Z. Tai, H. K. Liu, and S. X. Dou (University of Wollongong) 492 Electrochemical Properties of Li4Ti5O12 Nanoparticles Dispersions Prepared By Ultrasonic Irradiation – J. Coelho and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin) 493 On the Asymmetry of Charge-Discharge Curves of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrode Materials – F. Hall (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany), S. Wussler, H. Buqa (Leclanché SA), and W. G. Bessler (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany) 494 Influence of Synthesis, Dopants and Cycling Conditions on the Cycling Stability of Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxyfluoride Spinels – A. Höweling, H. Geßwein, and J. R. Binder (KIT Institute for Applied Materials) 495 Surface Fluorination of Commercial Lto in Order to Overcome the Low Electrochemical Performances of Li2TiO3 Set Onto Lto – K. Guerin, D. Avignant (CNRS, Blaise Pascal University), and M. El-GHOZZI (Blaise Pascal University, CNRS)

496 A Novel Concept for Intermetallic Anodes: Electrochemistry and Thermodynamic Modeling – T. L. Reichmann, D. Li, H. J. Seifert, and D. M. Cupid (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP) 497 Using XPS to Determine the Relative Thickness of Lithium-Ion Surface Films at the Negative Electrode – L. Somerville (University of Warwick), J. Bareno, P. D. Prezas, J. K. Basco (Argonne National Laboratory), P. Jennings, A. McGordon (University of Warwick), C. Lyness (Jaguar Land Rover), T. Q. Duong (US Department of energy), and I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory) 498 High Performance LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Chong and K. Wu (Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited) 499 Thermodynamic Investigation of Cobalt-Oxide Based Material Systems for Lithium Ion Batteries – N. A. Mayer, P. Gotcu-Freis, T. L. Reichmann, M. Lepple, D. M. Cupid, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) 500 High Voltage Commercial Layer-Struacture Cathodes (NMC & LiCoO2) Surface and Bulk Degradation in Full Cell Systems – L. Tao (Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited) 501 Investigation of Reaction Kinetics in Oxide Nanostructures for Li Ion Battery Conversion Electrodes – J. J. Kim, T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory), J. D. Emery (Northwestern University), H. S. Suh (University of Chicago), J. W. Elam, A. B. F. Martinson, P. F. Nealey, and P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory) 502 Effects of the Chemical Structure of Thickening Agent on the Dispersion and Electrochemistry of Li-Ion Batteries – C. C. Li (NTUT Taiwan), M. F. Chen (NTUT), R. Rohan (NSYS University Taiwan), and J. T. Lee (National Sun Yat-sen University) 503 Spheroidization of Graphite As Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries: Spheroidization Process and Material Texture and Morphology – M. Rapp (ZSW), M. Mundszinger (Ulm University), S. Farsi (ZSW), U. Golla-Schindler, U. Kaiser (Ulm University), and M. Wachtler (ZSW) 504 Improved Cycling Stability of Conversion and Alloying Anodes through the Use of Nanomaterials – D. Rehnlund, F. Lindgren, S. Böhme, T. Nordh, Y. Zou (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), J. Pettersson (Department of Chemistry - BMC, Uppsala University), U. Bexell (School of Technology, Dalarna University), K. Edström, and L. Nyholm (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University) 505 Improved Electrochemical Performance in Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries with Porocarb® As Functional Additive – M. Rohde, N. Büttner, A. Kuhn, E. Moerseburg, D. Weingarth, J. Becker, S. Pihan, J. Michaud-Bernlochner, D. Samuelis, and T. Hucke (Heraeus New Businesses - Battery)

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506 Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Li Extraction from Li-Rich Layered Manganese Oxide Cathodes – H. Chen and M. S. Islam (University of Bath) 507 Atmosphere Assisted Growth of Mn3O4 Balls for Lithium Batteries – X. Sun, Z. Xu, Y. Xu, X. Zhang, F. Teng, and L. Li (Xi'an Jiaotong University) 508 Thin Films of Organic Electrode Materials for All-Solid-State 3D-Microbattery Applications – M. Nisula and M. Karppinen (Department of Chemistry, Aalto University) 509 Electrochemical Behavior of Li5FeO4 (LFO) in Energy Storage Applications – C. Johnson (Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEESII, EFRC), Argonne National Laboratory), C. K. Lin (Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEESII, EFRC(), E. Lee (Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEESII, EFRC)), X. Su, W. Lu, S. E. Trask, X. Wang, V. A. Maroni (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), E. E. Alp (Argonne National Laboratory, X-ray Science Division), D. Brown (Northern Illinois University, Department of Physics), M. Krumpelt, M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage (CEESII, EFRC)), M. K. Y. Chan, A. Kinaci, L. Li (Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Nanoscale Materials), Z. Yao, and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering) 510 Thermodynamic Assessment of the Hydrogen Sorption Reaction in the System Li-Si-H – F. Biedermann (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg) 511 Influence of the Electrolyte Composition on Li-Ion Batteries Stored and Cycled at 80 °C – R. Genieser, S. D. Beattie, R. Bhagat, and R. Dashwood (Warwick University) 512 A Porous TiO2-Based Two-Layer Anode with Improved Performance Manufactured By Large Area Layer-By-Layer Spray Processing – C. Huang and P. S. Grant (University of Oxford) 513 Evolution of Nano-Crystalline Silicon Anode upon Cycling Probed By Ex Situ Raman Spectroscopy and Operando Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction – E. Pavlenko (CEA, INAC-SPrAM, Grenoble, France), L. Quazuguel (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN, CEA Grenoble - LITEN), M. Boniface (CEA Grenoble - INAC), S. Tardif (Univ. Grenoble Alpes), F. Rieutord (French CRG-IF BM32 beamline at the ESRF, Grenoble, France), M. Marechal (CNRS, INAC-SPRAM, CEA), J. S. Micha (CEA, INAC, French CRG-IF BM32 beamline at the ESRF, Grenoble, France), V. Mareau, L. Gonon (CNRS, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INAC-SPrAM, Grenoble, France), and S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/ SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819)

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514 Effect of Particle Size on the Stability of Dense Si Electrodes – P. K. Lee and D. Y. W. Yu (City University of Hong Kong) 515 Insights from Studying the Origins of Reversible and Irreversible Capacities on Silicon Electrodes – D. Y. W. Yu and P. K. Lee (City University of Hong Kong) 516 Silicon Nanowires: Pushing Energy Storage Capacity in Li Based Battery Systems – M. Grube, A. Krause (NaMLab gGmbH), W. M. Weber (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), T. Mikolajick (NaMLab gGmbH, Inst. of Semicond. and Microsys. Techn. (IHM) TU Dresden), S. Dörfler (TU Dresden, Department for Inorganic Chemistry I), M. Piwko (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology), T. Jaumann (Leibniz Inst. of solid state and material research (IFW)), F. M. Wisser (Department for Inorganic Chemistry I, TU Dresden), and U. Langklotz (TU Dresden, Institute for material science) 517 Amorphous Carbon-Coated Si Alloy As LongTerm Cyclability Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. S. Cho (MKE), J. H. Kim, S. S. Suh, S. W. Kim (SAMSUNG SDI), S. M. Kwon, Y. T. Park (POSCO Chemtech), K. K. Lee, H. S. Jeon, Y. Y. Chu, J. Lee (MKE), S. J. Cho (North Carolina A&T State University), J. J. Jeong, S. C. Kim, and K. H. Oh (Seoul National University) 518 Enhanced High Temperature and Rate Capability Performance of Nanoscale Lithium Titanate (Li4Ti5O12) Anode – P. K. Alaboina (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University), Y. Ge, Y. Liu (North Carolina State University), M. J. Uddin (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University), S. Park (Panax Etec Inc.,Chungcheongnam, South Korea), X. Zhang (North Carolina State University), and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University) 519 A Fully Ordered Triplite, LiCuSO4f – M. Sun, G. Rousse, D. Dalla Corte (Collège de France), M. Saubanere, M. L. Doublet (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS - Université Montpellier), and J. M. Tarascon (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie RS2E, Collège de France) 520 Determination of Irreversible Lithium Loss and Pre-Lithiation Studies for High-Capacity Anode Materials – F. Holtstiege (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), G. Brunklaus (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), T. Placke, and M. Winter (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) 521 High-Performance Germanium MicrostructureBased Li-Ion Battery Anodes Prepared By the Electrochemical Liquid-Liquid-Solid Process – L. Ma, E. Fahrenkrug, E. Gerber, F. Venable, A. Crowe, B. M. Bartlett, and S. Maldonado (University of Michigan) 59

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522 Development of a Modified Coin Cell for inSitu, Long Duration Synchrotron X-Ray Powder Diffraction – A. Baker, S. Day, and C. C. Tang (Diamond Light Source) 523 Carbon Nanotube@MnO2 Hybrid Catalysts for LiO2 Batteries – F. Wang, Z. Wen, C. Shen, and X. Wu (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS) 524 3D MoS2/MoSe2 Nanosheets Entanglement for Lithium-Ion Battery Anode – S. Zhang and Z. Wen (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS) 525 Electrodeposition Behavior of Lithium in Ionic Liquid at Various Temperatures – H. Sano, M. Kitta, and H. Matsumoto (AIST) 526 Nickel-Rich Cathode Precursor Synthesis By Taylor Vortex Reactor – O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, Y. Shin, and G. Krumdick (Argonne National Laboratory) 527 Study on Phase Transitions of Lithium-NickelManganese Oxide Li1+XNi0.5Mn1.5O4.0 (0 < x < 1) As High-Voltage and High-Capacity Cathode Materials – M. Mancini, P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), G. Gabrielli (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff Forschung), M. K. Kinyanjui (Helmholtz-Institut Ulm (HIU), Ulm, Germany, Electron Microscopy Group of Material Science, Ulm Univ.), U. Golla-Schindler, U. Kaiser (Ulm University), and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW) 528 Aligned Helix Si Nanostructures As High Performance Anode Material in Secondary Lithium Ion Battery – H. C. Wang (Department of Materials Science and Engineering,NTHU), W. C. Yen (Giga Solar Materials Corporation), J. S. Huang (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited), H. Medina (Dept. of Mater. Sci. and Eng., NTHU), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU) 529 Lithium Conversion in Metal-Metal Oxide Multilayer Nano-Architectures – F. Castro, G. Evmenenko, Q. Li, D. B. Buchholz, J. Wu, M. J. Bedzyk, and V. Dravid (Northwestern University) 530 Li4Ti5O12 Degradation Kinetics during Galvanostatic Cycling – H. C. Chiu (McGill University), X. Lu (Institut de recherche d’HydroQuébec (IREQ)), and G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University) 531 Role of the Transition Metal Dissolution Species Formed at Li-Ion Positive Electrode Materials on the Battery Performance and Failure Modes – A. Jarry (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), P. Pearce (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), B. W. Eichhorn (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 532 Asynchronous Stress and Strain Measurements of LiMn2O4 Composite Electrodes – K. E. Lundberg, O. O. Capraz (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), N. R. Sottos (Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology), and A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)

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533 Electrochemical Stiffness in Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), H. Tavassol (University of Illinois), E. M. C. Jones (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and N. R. Sottos (Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology) 534 Organosilane Cathode Coatings for HighVoltage Lithium Ion Batteries – C. Peebles, M. He (Argonne National Laboratory), F. Dogan (Argonne National Lab), A. A. Hubaud (Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Vaughey, and C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) 535 Electrochemical Properties of Single Crystalline LiMn2O4 cathode Thin Films – T. A. Hendriks, D. Monteiro Cunha, D. Singh, and M. Huijben (MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente) 536 Nanoscale Mixed-Oxide Coatings for Improving Rate Performance of Li[Ni0.5Mn0.3Co0.2]O2 Cathode in a Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery – M. R. Laskar (University of Wisconsin-Madison), D. H. K. Jackson, S. Xu, Y. Guan, S. Fang (University of Wisconsin - Madison), M. Dreibelbis (The Dow Chemical Company), M. K. Mahanthappa, D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin - Madison), R. J. Hamers (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and T. F. Kuech (University of Wisconsin Madison) 537 Activated Lignin Based Carbon Nanofibers As Binder-Free Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – E. Stojanovska, E. Serife Pampal, and A. Kilic (TEMAG Laboratories, Istanbul Technical University) 538 Novel Li-Titanate Anode Thin Film Structures for Li-Garnet All Solid State Batteries – R. Pfenninger, S. Afyon, I. Garbayo, M. Struzik (Electrochemical Materials, ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich) 539 Investigation of Aluminum Environments in LiIon Cathode NCA and Al-Doped NMC Via 27al MAS NMR Spectroscopy – F. Dogan (Argonne National Lab), B. Key (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), H. Iddir (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) 540 Self-Healing Lithium-Based Batteries – F. Roumi (California Institute of Technology) 541 Chemical Delithiation of Lithium Excess Cathode Materials: Potentiometric Control Using Organic Oxidants – D. C. O'Hanlon (Argonne National Laboratory), M. J. Murphy (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), M. Balasubramanian (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and J. R. Croy (Argonne National Laboratory) 542 Development of New Polyanionic Positive Electrode Materials within the European Project Spicy – K. Trad (VITO, unit Energy Technology), G. Mulder, and B. Mantels (VITO, Unit of Energy Technology)

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543 Amorphous Silicon Nitride Thin Film Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Ulvestad (University of Oslo, Institute for Energy Technology), J. P. Mæhlen, H. F. Andersen (Institute for Energy Technology), O. Prytz (University of Oslo), and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) 544 Atom Probe Tomography Study on Lithiation Behavior in Silicon Alloy Electrodes – Y. Zheng (Hasselt University), K. G. Pradeep (RWTH Aachen University), and F. U. Renner (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC, Hasselt University) 545 Electrochemical Studies of Carbon NanotubeLiFePO4 Nanocomposite Cathode for HighCapacity Lithium-Ion Batteries – X. Sun (ECE Depart, University of Waterloo) and K. Feng (Chem Eng Depart, University of Waterloo) 546 How the Conditions of Preparation Process Affect the Electrochemical Properties of C/Sn Anode Materials? – A. Chojnacka, R. Dziembaj, and M. Molenda (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry) 547 Atomic Layer Deposition of Lithium Titanate on 3D-Structured 300 Mm Silicon Substrates – S. Bönhardt, S. Zybell (Fraunhofer IPMS-CNT), and R. Liske (Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems) 548 Nanostructured Lithium Transition Metal Orthosilicates Made By Flame Spray Pyrolysis – N. P. Wagner, F. Vullum-Bruer, and A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) 549 Operando Core-Shell Spectroscopy of Battery Materials – M. Balasubramanian (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory) 550 Microstructure Evolution of High Capacity Anode Electrode By in-Situ and in-Operando X-Ray Nano-CT – C. Lim (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), H. Kang (Indiana University Purdue University indianapolis), B. Yan (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), K. Klavetter, C. B. Mullins (University of Texas at Austin), and L. Zhu (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) 551 New Polymeric Materials for Li-Ion Batteries: Poly(phenoxy-ketimine)s – H. O. Demir (The University of Akron NPIC, Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University), A. S. Berkem (The University of Akron Department of Polymer Engineering, Gebze Technical University), G. Bas, and M. Cakmak (The University of Akron) 552 Tailoring Nickel-Rich LiNi0.8Co0.1Mn0.1O2 Cathode Material with LiNi0.4Co0.2Mn0.4O2 Surface Composition – Y. Shin, O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, and G. Krumdick (Argonne National Laboratory) 553 Performance Degradation Characteristics of Layered Oxide//Silicon-Graphite Full Cells – J. A. Gilbert, M. Klett, J. Bareno, S. E. Trask, B. J. Polzin, A. N. Jansen, D. W. Dees, and D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory)

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554 Performance and Safety Characteristics of SiBased Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – M. Yanagida, T. Mukai, Y. Ikeuchi, T. Sakamoto, N. Yamashita, and H. Tanaka (Nat'l Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) 555 Understanding the Effect of Polymer Binder on the Electrochemical Performance for Si/C Anodes – L. Terborg (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), P. N. Ross (Material Science Division, LBNL, Berkeley), G. Liu, and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 556 Influence of the Graphite Morphology on Anion Intercalation – A. Heckmann (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) 557 Effects of Biopolymer-Binder Crosslinking on Silicon Anode Performance – M. K. Dufficy, K. A. Dennis, S. A. Khan, and P. S. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University) 558 Combination and High Rate Capability of FeMn Based Li-Rich Cathode Materials with Conducting-Polymer Polypyrrole Nanowires – Y. Zhao (College of Environmental and Energy Engineering, Guyue New Material Research Institute), Z. Lv, Y. Wang, Z. Zhao (Beijing University of Technology), and C. Ji (College of Environmental and Energy Engineering) 559 In Situ EXAFS Study of Tin Phosphide/Graphite Composite Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Ding (Illinois Institute of Technology), Z. F. Li (Ohio University), C. U. Segre (Illinois Institute of Technology), Y. Wang, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University) 560 Nanoscale Multiphase Lithium Deficient Lix(Ni1/3Mn1/3Co1/3)O2 (x<1.0) As HighPerformance Cathode Material for Advanced Li-Ion Batteries – M. J. Uddin, P. K. Alaboina, and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University) 561 Single Wall Carbon Nanotube-Containing PVA Based Carbon Nanofibers for Lithium Ion Battery Anodes – E. Serife Pampal, E. Stojanovska (TEMAG Laboratories, Istanbul Technical University), D. Uzun (TUBITAK MRC), and A. Kilic (TEMAG Laboratories, Istanbul Technical University) 562 Surface Modification of Silicon Anodes for Durable and High-Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 563 High-Capacity Li[Ni1-XCox/2Mnx/2]O2 (x = 0.1, 0.05, 0) Synthesized By Co-Precipitation for Next Generation Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – B. B. Lim, C. S. Yoon, and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 564 Versatile Polymer-Template Method of Transition Metal Oxides for Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes: Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemical Properties – H. S. Lim (Hanyang University), K. D. Suh (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 61

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565 Next-Generation Li[Ni0.8Co0.06Mn0.14] O2 Positive Electrode Material with a Dual Concentration Gradient for High-Energy Li-Ion Batteries – K. J. Park (Hanyang University), H. G. Jung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University), M. Haro, N. Vicente (University Jaume I), J. Bisquert (Institute of Advanced Materials, Universitat Jaume I), and G. Garcia-Belmonte (Universitat Jaume I) 566 Triggering the in Situ Electrochemical Formation of High Energy Density Cathode Material from MnO – L. Zhang (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Collège de France), G. Chen (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and J. M. Tarascon (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie RS2E, Collège de France) 567 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Li2TMCl4 (TM=V, Cr, Fe, Mn, Co) – C. Vinado, S. Wang, and J. Yang (University of Washington) 568 Improved Electrochemical Performance of SnS2 for Li-Ion Battery Anode By Engineering Interlayer Spacing – J. A. Tjalsma, P. Wei, and J. Yang (University of Washington) 569 Advanced Silicon-Graphene Anodes for High Performance Applications – C. Hayner, J. Lau, S. Ha, J. McKinney, F. P. Wang, and S. Mayekar (SiNode Systems) 570 Investigate the lithium Dynamics in Li-Rich Layered Oxide Cathode Material Via Operando Neutron Diffraction – H. Liu (University of California, San Diego), Y. Chen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Hy (University of California, San Diego), K. An (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Venkatachalam (Envia Systems Inc.), D. Qian, M. Zhang, and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego) 571 High Energy Lithium Ion Batteries Based on Cobalt Rich Composite Cathode and Silicon Anode – S. Kumar (Envia Systems Inc.) 572 Doped Si Nanoparticles As a High Performance Anode for Li Ion Batteries – Y. Li (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Xiao (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Schulz (Universität DuisburgEssen), H. Wiggers (Faculty of Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen), K. Amine (Chemical Sciences/Engineering Division, ANL), and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) 573 Advnaced Silicon and Tin Anodes for Lithium Ion Battery – Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) and A. Yu (Univerisity of Waterloo) 574 Silicon Electrode Composition Impact on Full Cell Performance in 0.5 Ah Pouch Cells – S. E. Trask, B. J. Polzin, D. N. Baker, J. J. Kubal, N. L. Dietz Rago, and A. N. Jansen (Argonne National Laboratory) 575 Doped TiNb2O7 with Enhanced Lithium-Ion Storage Performance – S. Li (Materials Science and Metallurgy, NEU)

576 New Findings in the Degradation of LiNi1-xyCoxMnyO2 Cathode Material By Transmission Electron Microscopy – Z. Xu (Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited), Y. Lang (Ningde Amperex Technology Limited), P. Gao, N. Liu, and L. Wang (Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited) 577 Role of Graphene Coating in Improving the Low Temperature Performance of Li-Rich Li(Li0.125Mn0.375Ni0.5)O2 for Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Dong and L. Hua (Jianxi university of science and technology) 578 Tunable Carbon Scaffolds As Materials Platforms for a Silicon-Based Anode Used in Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Estevez, S. Jeong, R. Cao, X. Li, W. Xu, P. Bhattacharya (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA) 579 Single-Crystal Si Microwire Anodes for Li Ion Batteries and Their Necessary Conditioning during the First Charge/Discharge Cycles: A Voltammetry Study – E. Quiroga-González (Institute of Physics, BUAP) and S. Nöhren (University of Kiel, Institute for Materials Science) 580 New Insights on Li4Ti5O12 Electrode/Electrolyte Interfaces: A X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Scanning Auger Microscopy Stud – J. B. Gieu, C. Courrèges (IPREM-ECP UMR CNRS 5254), L. El watani (SAFT), H. Martinez (RS2E), and C. Tessier (SAFT) 581 Study on the Lithiation Mechanism in MicroGrain Structured Amorphous Silicon Anodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries with the Aid of Impedance Spectroscopy – F. Farmakis, C. Elmasides, P. Selinis (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece), F. Paloukis, S. G. Neophytides (FORTH/ ICE-HT, Patras, Greece), and N. Georgoulas (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece) 582 The Influence of Sulfur Doping on Composition and Stability of Cathode Material-Electrolyte Interface Basing on Lithium-Manganese Spinel Studies – M. Swietoslawski, M. Bakierska, and M. Molenda (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry) 583 Ageing of Li-Ion Batteries at Nordic Maritime Conditions - in-Situ Diagnostics – P. J. S. Vie, J. P. Maehlen, H. F. Andersen, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) 584 Preparation and Preliminary Electrochemical Characteristics of Palm Oil Based Carbon Nanospheres As Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – A. A. Arie, H. Kristianto (Parahyangan Catholic University), J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and M. Halim (Korea University of Science and Technology) 585 Mixed Valence Niobium Oxides for High Power 3D Microbattery Applications – H. D. Asfaw, K. Edström, and L. Nyholm (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University)

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586 Pechini Synthesis of LiFeBO3/C and Application As Cathode Material in Lithium Ion Batteries – V. J. Gallegos Sánchez, L. C. Torres González, E. M. Sánchez Cervantes, and L. L. Garza-Tovar (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León) 587 Ex-Situ TEM Investigation on Additional Capacity of SnO2 Lithium-Ion Battery Anode Material – S. Y. Lee, K. Y. Park, W. S. Kim, S. Yoon, S. H. Hong, K. Kang, and M. Kim (Seoul National University) 588 Simulation and Experiments on Dendrite-Free Lithium Metal Electrode Via Surface Modification – J. Park (Hanbat National University), J. Jeong (ENCHEM Co.,Ltd.), Y. Lee (TopBattery Co., Ltd.), S. Byun, W. A. Appiah (Hanbat National University), K. Y. Cho (Hanyang University), Y. G. Lee (Electronics&Telecommunications Research Institute), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 589 Polydopamine-Coated Current Collector: Improving the Electrochemical Performance of Si Anode By Raising the Interfacial Adhesion Strength – S. Kong, I. Cho, S. Hwang, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 590 Simulation of Lithium Dendrite Growth: Surface Morphology Effect – S. Byun, J. Park, W. A. Appiah, T. Lee (Hanbat National University), Y. G. Lee (Electronics&Telecommunications Research Institute), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 591 Constructing Well-Designed Conductive Network for Lithium-Ion Battery LiNixCoyMnzO2-Type Cathodes – I. Cho (Hanbat National University), J. Choi (Hanbat National University, University of Wollongong), K. Kim, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 592 A Systematic Adhesion Map in Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes Having Different Design Parameters By Using a Saicas Tool – K. Kim, S. Byun, I. Cho, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 593 Improved Adhesion and Electrochemical Properties of Silicon/Carbon Composite Anodes By Using a Co-Polyimide Binder – K. Kim (Hanbat National University), J. Choi (Hanbat National University, University of Wollongong), K. Y. Cho (Hanyang University), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 594 Effect of Highly Surface-Roughened Copper Foil on Electrochemical and Adhesion Properties of Silicon Anode – I. Cho (Hanbat National University), S. Lee, K. Song (ILJIN Materials Co., Ltd.), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University)

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595 Insights into Limited Cycling Performance of Li2fe(SO4)2 in the Presence of Polvinylidene Fluoride Binder – A. Muthiah (Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) ,Singapore, School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU), T. Baikie (Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) ,Singapore), S. Shukla, S. Ball (Johnson Matthey), M. Copley, T. Hyde (Johnson Matthey), G. Sankar (University College London), and M. Srinivasan (Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) ,Singapore, School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU) 596 Synthesis and Characterization of Electrospun NANO LiMn2O4 for Cathode Material Application – M. Z. Kufian, A. K. Arof, N. Aziz, L. P. Teo, M. H. Buraidah, N. A. Mat Nor, and T. S. Natarajan (Centre for Ionics University Malaya) 597 Novel Binary Binder PAA-SBR Towards Silicon Anodes in Li-Ion Batteries – Q. Huang, M. Loveridge (University of Warwick), C. Wan (The University of Warwick), and R. Bhagat (Warwick University) 598 Hygroscopic and Drying Behaviour of Electrodes and Separators for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Stich, S. Ivanov, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) 599 Monitoring Structural Changes in LixNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Using Ex Situ 7li/ 27al NMR – N. M. Trease, I. D. Seymour (University of Cambridge), M. Radin (University of California, Santa Barbara), H. Liu, S. Hy (University of California, San Diego), N. A. Chernova, M. S. Whittingham (Binghamton University), Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego), A. Van der Ven (University of California, Santa Barbara), and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge) 600 A Series of Unique Carbon Materials for LithiumSulphur Batteries – K. Xi and R. V. Kumar (University of Cambridge) 601 Lithium Ion Thin-Film Electrodes for All-SolidState and Electrochromic Applications – M. Röder, U. Posset, J. Buensow, U. Guntow, H. Lorrmann (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC), A. Guerfi, K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Québec (IREQ)), and G. Sextl (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC) 602 Local Transmittance Measurements As Advanced New Diagnostic Tool for the Optimization of Porous Si Foils for Li-Battery Anodes – A. Schütt (Kiel University), S. Nöhren (University of Kiel, Institute for Materials Science), J. Carstensen, and R. Adelung (Faculty of Engineering, University of Kiel) 603 FFT-Impedance Spectroscopy for Silicon Microwire Anodes: Identifying Temperature and Diffusional Changes – S. Nöhren (University of Kiel, Institute for Materials Science), E. Quiroga-González (Institute of Physics, BUAP), J. Carstensen, and R. Adelung (Faculty of Engineering, University of Kiel) 63

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604 Mechanical Properties of Solid Electrolyteinterphase Layer in Li-Ion Batteries: Experimental and Computationalstudies – H. Shin, W. Lu (University of Michigan), and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology) 605 Effects of Heat-Treatment on the Properties of Spinel LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathode Materials – S. H. Wu (Tatung University) 606 Doped Li2CuO2 Cathode for Li Ion Batteries – G. Ramos-Sánchez, I. Romero-Ibarra, J. VazquezArenas (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa.), M. E. Galvan (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa.) 607 Electrochemical Reduction from a Single Particle to the Systems Level – A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University), K. Kirshenbaum, D. C. Bock (Brookhaven National Laboratory), A. B. Brady (Stony Brook University), Z. Zhong (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. J. Takeuchi, and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) 608 Probing the Limits of Electron and Ion Transport over Multiple Length Scales – E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), D. C. Bock, C. J. Pelliccione, W. Zhang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. W. Knehr, N. W. Brady (Columbia University), C. A. Cama (Stony Brook University), C. N. Lininger (Columbia University), K. Kirshenbaum, J. Wang, J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Li (American Physical Society), A. C. West (Columbia University), F. Wang (Brookhaven National Lab), A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) 609 Insights into Microwave-Enhanced Cycling Performance of Nickel-Doped LiMn2O4 spinel Cathode Material at Elevated Temperature – K. I. Ozoemena (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, S. Africa), K. Raju (CSIR Pretoria, SA), F. P. Nkosi (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), and M. K. Mathe (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)) 610 Micro-Sized Si-Ge Solid Solutions As Advanced Materials for High Capacity and Long-Cycle Life Anodes for Lithium Ion Battery – K. Mishra (University of South Carolina), J. J. Wu (NASA Glenn Research Center), and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) 611 Factors Influencing Li-Ion Energy and Power Capabilities and Implications for Active Material Research – D. Ofer, J. Rempel, A. Pullen, S. Dalton-Castor, B. Barnett, and S. Sriramulu (CAMX Power)

612 One Dimensional Manganese Oxides As Cathode Materials in Li-Ion Batteries: The Impact of Physicochemical Properties on Electrochemical Performance – K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), L. Wu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), F. Xu (Brookhaven National Laboratory), A. B. Brady, J. L. Durham, J. Huang (Stony Brook University), Q. Meng (Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. Kaltak (Stony Brook University), E. Dooryhee (NSLSII, Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. Fernandez-Serra (Stony Brook University), M. S. Hybertsen (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Zhu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), A. C. Marschilok, and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) 613 Controllable Stress Distribution within Li-Alloying Anodes for Enhanced Battery Performance – L. R. Hoffman (Dept. of Materials Science, University of Rochester), R. R. Chowdhury, A. Diallo, and H. Mukaibo (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester) 614 Toward a High Temperature V6O13 Based Lithium-Ion Battery – W. Meng, P. M. Bayley, O. Pecher, M. Gaultois, and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry) 615 High Resolution, in Situ X-Ray Miscroscopy of Batteries – J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), A. M. Wise (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), and M. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA) 616 Geometric and Electrochemical Characteristics of NMC Electrodes with Different Calendering Conditions – L. Zhu, C. Lim, H. Kang (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), and Y. Fu (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis) 617 In Situ Tracking of the Structure Chemistry during the Synthesis of Ni-Rich Layered Oxides As High-Energy Cathodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Bai (Brookhaven National Laboratory), J. Zhao (Brookhaven National Lab), A. Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), W. Zhang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), D. Wang, and F. Wang (Brookhaven National Lab) 618 Cu-Based Ternary Fluorides As High-Energy Cathodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – F. Wang, S. W. Kim (Brookhaven National Lab), and J. Graetz (HRL Laboratories LLC) 619 Bulk and Interfacial Kinetics of Li1XNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 (NCA) Single Particles As a Function of State of Charge – P. C. Tsai (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, National Cheng Kung University), B. Wen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), H. C. Yu, M. J. Choe (University of Michigan), K. Thornton (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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620 Virus-Based Metal Nanofoams As Scalable Three-Dimensional Current Collectors – A. Ransil (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT) and A. M. Belcher (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT, Department of Biological Engineering, MIT) 621 Electrochemical Performance of Cation Doped LiFePO4/Grephene Composites – H. Fang (Sam Houston State University) 622 Using Synchrotron Radiation to Study LiIon Batteries – M. Alfredsson, G. Mountjoy (University of Kent), W. Bras (DUBBLE CRG ESRF), A. Brownrigg (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), R. Dominko (National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia), P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford), A. R. Armstrong (University of St Andrews), J. M. Billaud (University of St. Andrews), and E. M. Kelder (Technical University Delft) 623 Binder-Less Monolithic Silicon Anodes - Enevate's HD Energy® Technology – B. Y. Park (Enevate Corporation) 624 Modeling the Nucleation and Growth of Li at Metal Current Collector/Lipon Interfaces – M. Motoyama, T. Kimura (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, JST-ALCA), K. Miyoshi (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), M. Ejiri, and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, JST-ALCA) 625 Electrochemical Properties of Li3V2(PO4)3/C Cathode Materials Prepared Via Sol-Gel Process – S. W. Choi, M. Y. Kim, S. H. Yang, D. H. Kim, T. H. Noh, H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), and M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) 626 One-Dimensional Nanomaterials for Energy Storage – L. Mai (Wuhan University of Technology) 627 Structural Evolution of Spinel Iron Oxide during Nonequilibrium Lithiation – K. He (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Northwestern University), S. Zhang (University of Pennsylvania), J. Li (Brookhaven National Laboratory), X. Yu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Q. Meng (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park), X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Zhu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), E. A. Stach (Brookhaven National Laboratory), C. B. Murray (University of Pennsylvania), and D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 628 Growth Mechanisms in High-Rate Lithium Metal Batteries – P. Bai, M. Wang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and M. Z. Bazant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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629 Pushing the Theoretical Limit of Lithium/ Carbone Fluoride Batteries Using Fluorinated Nanostructured Carbon Nanodiscs – Y. Ahmad, M. Dubois, K. Guerin (Blaise Pascal University, CNRS), and A. Hamwi (Blaise Pascal University) 630 High Energy and Stable Li-Ion Battery Anodes Enabled with 3D Si/C Particulate Nanocomposites Intenally-Wired with Graphene Networks – C. Oh, J. Kim, N. Kim, and J. K. Lee (Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea) 631 LiCoO2 and Silicon Electrodes for Wide Operating Temperature Range All-Solid-State Thin Film Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Wang, Y. Chen (Republic Polytechnic), Z. Tang, and D. Chua (National University of Singapore) 632 Development of a Water Based Process for Stable Conversion Cathodes on the Basis of FeF3 – A. H. Pohl, M. Faraz, A. Schröder, M. Baunach, W. Schabel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany), A. Guda, V. Shapovalov, A. Soldatov (Southern Federal University, Russia), V. S. K. Chakravadhanula (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Germany), C. Kübel (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany), R. Witte (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, Technical University Darmstadt (TUD), Germany), H. Hahn (Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD), Germany, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany), T. Diemant (University of Ulm, Germany), R. J. Behm (University of Ulm, Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Germany), H. Emerich (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), France), and M. Fichtner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Germany) 633 Lithium Manganese Oxide By Atomic Layer Deposition As a Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois Institute of Technology), X. Meng, J. A. Libera (Argonne National Laboratory), M. Stalzer, M. Delferro, T. Marks (Northwestern University), and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory) 634 Slow Stabilization of Silicon-Lithium Alloy Formed during Charge and Discharge Process in Si-Carbon Mixed Electrode By in Situ Solid State 7Li Nuclear Magnetic Resonance – J. Arai (Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.), K. Gotoh (Okayama University), and K. Takeda (Kyoto University) 635 Study of the Degradation Mechanisms of HighPerformance Composite Anodes, Made of SiNi Nanoparticles (SiNiNPs) Coated By Carbon and CNT – E. Peled, D. Golodnitsky, K. Goldshtein, D. Schneier, M. Goor, and K. Freedman (School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University) 636 Thermally Treated Li2/3Ni1/3Mn2/3O2 As a 5 V-Class Positive Electrode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Chiba (AIST, Kyoto University), M. Shikano, and H. Sakaebe (AIST)

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637 Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – A. M. Abakumov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, EMAT, University of Antwerp) 638 Assessment of High-Energy and High-Power Graphite Anodes with Transmission Line Models – M. Weiss, M. Ender, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAMWET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) 639 Important Roles of Crystallinity in Voltage Fade of Li- and Mn-Rich Cathodes Exemplified By Li2Ru0.5Mn0.5O3 Studies – X. Q. Yang, E. Hu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Lyu (Institute of Physics, CAS), L. Han (Center for Funct. Nanomater.,Brookhaven National Lab.), J. Bai (Brookhaven National Laboratory), E. Dooryhee (NSLSII, Brookhaven National Laboratory), X. Yu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), H. Li (Institute of Physics, CAS), and H. L. Xin (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

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640 Battery Electrode Fabrication via Powder Based Additive Manufacturing – Y. Wang, Z. Zheng (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), H. Pan, and B. Ludwig (Missouri University of Science and Technology) 641 Meeting Anode Material Cost Goals through Understanding Performance Drivers and Production Processing Costs – B. Deveney (GrafTech International Holdings Inc.) 642 Smart Electrode Processing for Battery Cost Reduction – H. Bockholt (Battery LabFactory Braunschweig, Technische Universität Braunschweig), J. H. Schünemann (Technische Universität Braunschweig), H. Dreger, C. Schilcher, L. Froböse, and A. Kwade (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig) 643 Benefits of Water-Based Binder Electrodes for LiIon Batteries – H. Buqa, S. Wussler, E. Studenik, I. Melin, G. Deghenghi, and P. Blanc (Leclanché SA) 644 Battery Cost Reduction through Design of a MultiChemistry Pack – M. Aryanpour, R. Ashcraft (Samsung Research America), and L. J. Miara (Samsung Electronics) 645 Selectively-Etched Silicon/Graphite Nanocomposites As Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries: Towards the Reduced-Cost Battery – M. Ashuri, Q. He, S. Emani (Illinois Institute of Technology, Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research), and L. Shaw (Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research, Illinois Institute of Technology)

Degradation of Solid Electrolyte Interphase By Phosphorus Pentafluoride Generated By Thermal Decomposition of Lithium Hexafluorophosphate – J. Kim, H. S. Kim, J. G. Lee (Seoul National University), H. Park (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), J. B. Lee, J. Soon (Seoul National University), J. H. Ryu (Korea Polytechnic University), and S. M. Oh (Seoul National University) Novel Additives for Improving Safety and Cyclability of Li-Ion Batteries – J. C. LO, C. M. Leu, C. R. Yang, J. P. PAN, T. M. Lee, and C. W. SU (Industrial Technology Research Institute) Thermal and Electrochemical Modeling of Pouch Type LiFePO4 Batteries to Investigate Internal and Surface Temperature Change Considering the Effects of Number of Layers – E. Esen, S. Simsek (Koc University, Dept. Chemical & Biological Engineering), and R. Kizilel (Koc University, Tupras Energy Center) Evaluation of Different Separators By Using 18650 Li-Ion Cells – W. F. Song, Y. L. Zhang, Z. Y. Deng (Jiangsu Chuhan Energy Technologies), and S. A. Carlson (Optodot Corporation) Environmentally Physical Separation and Recycling Process for the Spent Automotive Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Ji, Y. Zhao (Guyue New Material Research Institute, College of Environmental and Energy Engineering), Q. Jiang, and Y. Jin (Guyue New Material Research Institute) Enhancing Li-Ion Battery Safety By Early Detection of Nascent Internal Shorts – S. V. Sazhin, E. J. Dufek, and K. L. Gering (Idaho National Laboratory) Float Charging and Its Effects on Lithium-Ion Cells - What Can We Learn? – J. Swart and R. Spray (Exponent) A Chemical, Mechanical and System-Level Approach to Lithium-Ion Cell and Battery Safety – R. Gitzendanner, F. Puglia, G. Moore, and S. Trebukhova (EaglePicher Technologies, LLC. Yardney Division) Characterization of Safety Aspects of Li-Ion Batteries for Maritime Applications – S. Forseth, T. Lian, M. Gilljam, and H. Weydahl (Norwegian Defence Research Establishment,) Evaluation and Thermal Analysis of LiCoO2/ Graphite Battery during Cycling – Y. Mao, Q. Bai (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) Investigation into State-of-Health Impedance Diagnostic for 26650 4P1S Battery Packs – B. Huhman (US Naval Research Laboratory), J. M. Heinzel (Naval Surface Warfare Center - Philadelphia Division), L. Mili (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), and C. T. Love (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

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657 Performance of Lithium-Ion Battery When Operating in Radioactive and High Temperature Environment – C. Tan, D. J. Lyons, Y. F. Zheng, A. C. Co, and L. R. Cao (The Ohio State University) 658 In-Situ TEM Investigation on Thermal Stability and Oxygen Release Behavior of Charged and Discharged LiCoO2 – S. Sharifi-Asl (University of Illinois at Chicago), Y. Yuan (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Asayesh-Ardakani (Michigan Technological University), A. Nie, and R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago) 659 Understanding Battery Failure: A Multi-Scale and High-Speed X-Ray CT Approach – D. P. Finegan (University College London), M. Scheel (Synchrotron Soleil), E. Tudisco (Lund University), B. Tjaden, J. Robinson, O. O. Taiwo (University College London), D. S. Eastwood (Research Complex at Harwell), I. Hunt (Imperial College London), M. Di Michiel, A. Rack (The European Synchrotron ESRF), S. A. Hall (Lund University), B. Bay (Oregon State University), G. J. Offer (Imperial College London), P. D. Lee (Research Complex at Harwell), G. Hinds (National Physical Laboratory), D. J. L. Brett, and P. R. Shearing (University College London) 660 Safe Lithium-Ion Batteries? Predicting Performance over a Range of Operating Conditions – C. Francis (PMB Defence Engineering, Flinders University Centre for Maritime Engineering), A. S. Best (CSIRO Manufacturing), A. Lammas, and K. Sammut (Flinders University Centre for Maritime Engineering) 661 Redox Ionic Liquid and Electroactive Lithium Salt As Redox Shuttle for Overcharge of Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Gélinas, T. Bibienne, M. Dollé (Université de Montréal), and D. Rochefort (University of Montréal) 662 Addressing Reliability and Safety Issues on Battery Systems Via Quantitative Analyses and Validation – B. Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

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663 Electrochemical Stability of Li10GeP2S12 and Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolytes – F. Han, T. Gao, Y. Zhu, J. Yue, Y. Zhu, Y. Mo, and C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park) 664 Evaluation of Additive Performance on Charged Ncm Surface through Potentiostatic Holds – A. Tornheim, R. Sahore, J. Bareno, I. Bloom, and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) 665 Optimising the Concentration of LiNO3 in C4mpyr-Tfsi-Based Electrolyte in Li-S Batteries – M. Musameh, M. Barghamadi (CSIRO), A. S. Best (CSIRO Manufacturing), A. F. Hollenkamp (CSIRO), P. Mahon (Swinburn University), and T. Ruether (CSIRO Energy Technology)

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666 Single-Ion Block and Random Copoly(ionic liquid)s As Innovative Electrolytes for All-Solid State Li Batteries – L. Porcarelli (POLITECNICO DI TORINO), D. O. Ponkratov, A. S. Shaplov, E. I. Lozinskaya (Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds RAS), E. Drockenmuller (Université de Lyon 1, Ingénierie des Matériaux Polymères), F. Vidal (University of Cergy-Pontoise), J. R. Nair (Politecnico di Torino), Y. S. Vygodskii (Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds RAS), and C. Gerbaldi (POLITECNICO DI TORINO) 667 Composite Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Z. Fan and Q. Wang (University of Science and Technology Beijing) 668 Hierarchical Porous Block Copolymer Separator Membranes for Ultrahigh Rate Li-Ion Batteries – J. H. Kim, J. M. Kim, S. H. Kim, D. G. Lee, and S. Y. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology) 669 Multiple Printing-Enabled All-Solid-State Flexible Bipolar Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. H. Kim, J. M. Kim, J. H. Kim, D. G. Lee, and S. Y. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology) 670 Study the Interface of Cathode Material and LiLa-Zr-O Thin Film Prepared at Low Temperature for All Solid State Li Battery – M. Zarabian, M. J. Perez-Zurita, A. Buyukaksoy, P. Pereira-Almao, and V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary) 671 Investigation of Anode/Cathode Electrolyte Interfaces at High Cell Voltages with and without Additives – D. Liu, D. Luo (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University), K. Qian (Graduate school at Shenzhen, Tsinghua Univeristy), and B. Li (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) 672 Improving Stability of High Voltage Cathodic Materials Using Polyfluorinated Additives and Electrolyte Solutions – H. Sun and Y. Li (Department of Chemistry, University of South Dakota) 673 Effects of High Energy Ball Milling on Phase Stability of Li7La3Zr2O12 – R. A. Jonson and P. J. McGinn (University of Notre Dame) 674 Functional Electrolyte Additives for Improved Performance and Gas Suppression in Li4Ti5O12 / LiMn2O4 Li-Ion Battery Systems – J. Hoffmann (BASF, University of Rhode Island), M. S. Milien, B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island), J. Li, and M. Payne (BASF) 675 Li Salt Rich Separator for Li-Ion Batteries – D. Mourzagh (CEA-LITEN) 676 Dynamics Study of Lithium Ion Diffusion in Super Lithium Ion Conductors, Li10GeP2S12 (LGPS) – M. Yonemura (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)), K. Ohmin, M. Hirayama, S. Hori, R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Mori (Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University), K. Shibata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), T. Yamada (CROSS), and Y. Kawakita (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) 67

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677 High Voltage Operation of Surface Coated NMC in Ionic Liquids Based on 1-Ethyl-3Methylimidazolium Bis(fluorosulfonyl)Imide – H. Matsumoto, N. Taguchi, H. Sakaebe, K. Tatsumi (AIST), and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University) 678 Modeling of Conductivity of Lithium Salt in Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. R. Dougassa, D. Lepage (University of Montreal), and D. Rochefort (University of Montréal) 679 A Lithium-Ion Battery Separator Based on Porous Poly (arylene ether ketone) Membranes – A. Mong and D. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University) 680 Processing of Lithium Lanthanum Zirconate Garnet-Type Solid Electrolyte Materials – J. Fergus and X. Zhang (Auburn University) 681 Ionic Liquid Based Polymer Gel Electrolyte Membranes for Lithium Ion Rechargeable Batteries – R. K. Singh and S. Kataria (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India) 682 The Importance of Electrolyte Composition to the Charge-Discharge Performance of Lithium-Ion Batteries Using Ionic Liquids – M. Yamagata, Y. Matsui, and M. Ishikawa (Kansai University) 683 Fast Rechargeable All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries with High Capacity Based on NanoSized Li2FeSiO4 Cathode By Tuning Temperature – F. Pan (School of Adv. Materials , Room G-205, Peking University) 684 Novel Electrolyte Additives for Improving the Stability of High Voltage Electrode/Electrolyte Interface – L. Xing and W. Li (South China Normal University) 685 Functional Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes – S. Moganty (NOHMs Technologies) 686 A Single-Lithiun-Ion Conductor Coordinated Porous Pvfm-Peg Based Membrane and Plasticizer As Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries – F. Lian and X. SUN (University of Science and Technology Beijing) 687 Fluorinated Carbonate As an Additive for HighVoltage Performance Lithium Ion Battery – J. Lee, J. Im, and K. Y. Cho (Hanyang University) 688 Carbon Nanohorn and Ionic Liquid Mixture: Towards High Performance Organic Catholyte for Rechargeable Lithium Metal Battery – S. Hu, X. Tang, and A. R. Merhi (Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University) 689 Investigation of Electrolytes for Sio/Graphite Anode Based High Energy Cells – J. Wang, C. Campion, A. Vurgaropulos, L. Pinnell, and D. C. Johnson (A123 Systems, LLC) 690 Hybridizing Organic and Solid State Single-Ion Conductors: Thermotropic Ionic Liquid Crystals for Lithium Battery Electrolytes – D. Bresser (CEA-Grenoble, INAC/SPrAM, UMR 5819, France), M. Leclere (CEA-Grenoble, LITEN/ DEHT/ SCGE/ LGI, France), L. Bernard, P. Rannou (CEA-Grenoble, INAC/SPrAM, UMR 5819, France), H. Mendil-Jakani, S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819), and L. Picard (CEA-Grenoble, LITEN/ DEHT/ SCGE/ LGI, France)

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691 The Effect of Al2O3 on the Sintering of GarnetType Li Ion Conductors Li6.5La3Zr1.5Ta0.5O12 – Y. Wang, P. Yan, J. Xiao, D. Deng, X. Lu, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 692 Safety-Reinforced and High-Voltage Poly(propylene carbonate)-Based All-Solid-State Polymer Electrolyte for Ambient-Temperature Solid Polymer Lithium Batteries – G. Cui (QIBEBT, CAS) 693 Interfacial Phenomena of 4.7V Li-Ion Battery of Li-Rich Layered Oxide/Graphite at Elevated Temperature – H. Q. Pham (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, South Korea), Y. G. Kwon, E. H. Hwang, J. G. Lee (Leechem Co., Ltd., Geumsan, 312-942, South Korea), and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, South Korea) 694 Li-Ion Batteries Operating from Room Temperature to 150 °C – M. T. F. Rodrigues, K. Kalaga, H. Gullapalli (Rice University), B. Ganguli, L. M. R. Arava (Wayne State University), and P. M. Ajayan (Rice University) 695 In Situ Neutron Diffraction Studies of Ion Exchange - Application to Solid State Electrolytes – P. Khalifah (Stony Brook University / BNL), J. Liu (Brookhaven National Lab), P. Whitfield (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), M. Saccomanno (Stony Brook University), E. Hu, X. Yu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), J. Bai (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 696 Electrochemical Stabilization of Self-Extinguishing Electrolyte Solutions with Trimethyl Phosphate By Adding Lewis Acids – S. Tsubouchi, S. Suzuki, K. Nishimura, and T. Okumura (Hitachi, Ltd., Research&Development Group) 697 Characteristics of Ionic Liquid/Li-Ion Conducting Hybrid Electrolytes for Graphene-Based LithiumIon Capacitors – M. Liu, Z. Yao, and H. Huang (Wright State University) 698 Garnet-Based Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries – Y. Li, N. Zhao, F. Du, C. Chen, J. Sun, and X. Guo (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (CAS)) 699 Charge Transfer Catalysis Across Semiconductor/ Electrolyte Interfaces By Metalloporphyrin/Polymer Matrices – H. S. Hilal and A. H. Zyoud (An-Najah National University) 700 Highly Conductive, Ionic Liquid-Rich Polymer Electrolytes – E. Simonetti Sr., G. Maresca Jr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO), M. Carewska Sr., M. Moreno Jr. (ENEA, DTE-PCU-SPCT), M. De Francesco Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO), and G. B. Appetecchi Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMASMATPRO, Italy)

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701 Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Safer Lithium Batteries: II. Performance in NMC and Graphite Electrodes – E. Simonetti Sr., G. Maresca Jr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO), G. T. Kim Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), N. Loeffler Jr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute of Ulm), S. Passerini Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), and G. B. Appetecchi Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMASMATPRO, Italy) 702 Composite Solid Polymer Electrolyte Membrane – T. Wang (Research institute), J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), J. Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), and K. Wang (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources) 703 Enhanced Electrochemical Performance of Li4Ti5O12 Anode for Lithium Ion Batteries with Titanate Coupling Reagent As Electrolyte Additive – Y. Zhang (Fudan University, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.), G. Han (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), T. Lv (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage BatteryTech. Co. Ltd.), J. Xie (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), L. Yan (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), X. Cui (Fudan University), H. Liu, and L. Shao (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.) 704 Evaluation of Electrolyte Resolution Behavior of 18650 Type Lithium Ion Battery By NMR Measurements – H. Haruna, D. Takamatsu, T. Hirano, S. Takahashi (Hitachi, Ltd.), and Y. Tanaka (Shizuoka University) 705 Solid Polymer Electrolytes Based on Functionalized Tannic Acid Derivatives from Natural Resources for All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries – J. Shim, J. H. Baik, and J. C. Lee (Seoul National University) 706 Conductivity and Degradation in Garnet Electrolytes – R. Brugge (Imperial College London), W. W. Manalastas Jr. (CIC EnergiGUNE), J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London, London, UK, CIC EnergiGUNE), and A. Aguadero (Imperial College London) 707 Investigation of Local Structures and Dynamics of Li and Na Ions in Nasicon-Type Solid Electrolytes by NMR Spectroscopy – S. Indris (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. Kaus, M. Scheuermann, M. Rhode (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. Guin (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), F. Tietz (Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-1)), O. Guillon (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), M. Knapp (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), and H. Ehrenberg (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

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708 Thermal Decomposition Products and Pathways of Novel Organosilicon Electrolytes for LithiumIon Batteries – S. L. Guillot (University of Wisconsin-Madison), A. Pena Hueso, M. L. Usrey (Silatronix), and R. J. Hamers (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Silatronix) 709 Development of Novel Electrolyte Additives to Reduce Impedance of Lithium Ion Batteries – M. S. Milien and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 710 The Li-Ion and Na-Ion Diffusion Mechanism in Halogen Substituted Solid Sulfide Electrolytes Studied by Solid State NMR and DFT Based Molecular Dynamics Simulations – C. Yu, N. de Klerk, I. Roslon, S. Ganapathy, and M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology) 711 In Situ Gas Analysis of Li-Ion NixCoyMnz Cathode Interface Reactivity – E. J. Berg, C. Bolli, A. Guéguen, M. He, D. Streich, and P. Novák (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory) 712 Role of 1, 3-Propane Sultone and Vinylene Carbonate in Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) Formation and Gas Generation – B. Zhang (University of Rhode Island), M. Metzger, S. Solchenbach (Technische Universität München), M. Payne (BASF), S. Meini (BASF SE), H. A. Gasteiger (TU München, TEC), A. Garsuch (BASF SE), and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 713 Improvement of Electrode/ Electrolyte Interfaces in Graphite/LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Batteries at High Voltage and Elevated Temperature By Using New Family of Lithium Pyridal Trimethyl Borates – Y. Dong, B. L. Lucht, M. Xu (University of Rhode Island), L. Zhou (Silatronix), Y. Chen, J. Demeaux, A. Mac Intosh (University of Rhode Island), S. Meini, and A. Garsuch (BASF SE) 714 Reduction Products of Vinylene Carbonate and Fluoroethylene Carbonate – B. Subramanian Parimalam, M. Nie, and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 715 Solvent, Lithium Salt and Temperature Influence on Stability of Carbonate Based Electrolytes for 5 V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 – M. He, L. BouletRoblin (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), P. Borel, C. Tessier (SAFT), P. Novák, C. Villevieille, and E. J. Berg (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory) 716 Design Principles for Novel Ethylene CarbonateFree Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries – R. Petibon (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), J. Xia (Dep. of Physics, Dalhousie University), L. M. Rotermund (Dept. of Physics, Dalhousie University), and J. R. Dahn (Department of Physics, Dalhousie University) 717 Toward the Successful Utilization of Si in Negative Electrodes of Li-Ion Batteries – R. Petibon (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), V. L. Chevrier (3M Corporate Research Materials Laboratory), C. Aiken (3M Electronic Materials Solutions Division), and J. R. Dahn (Department of Physics, Dalhousie University) 69

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718 Recent Developments in Garnet-Type Solid State Electrolyte Thin-Films Grown By CO2-Laser Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition – C. Loho (Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD), Germany), R. Djenadic (Joint Research Laboratory Nanomaterials, Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany), O. Clemens, and H. Hahn (Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD), Germany, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany) 719 Wide Temperature Range Electrolyte Development for Start-Stop Vehicle Application – G. Cheng, Y. Zhu, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

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720 Layered NaxCrxTi1-XO2 As Bi-Functional Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Sodium Batteries – Y. Tsuchiya (Tokyo Denki University) and N. Yabuuchi (ESICB-Kyoto University, Tokyo Denki University) 721 Sodium Hybrid Capacitor: A Next Generation Energy Storage System – R. Thangavel (Chonnam National University), K. Kaliyappan (University of Western Ontario), S. G. Baek (Chonnam National University), H. J. Choi (Chonnam National university), H. V. Ramasamy (Chonnam National University), G. H. Lee (Chonnam National university), X. A. Sun (University of Western Ontario), and Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) 722 Synthesis and Electrode Performance of KFeF3 for Li- and Na-Ion Batteries – K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto Univeristy), M. Nakanishi (Tokyo University of Science), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICBKyoto University) 723 Electrochemical Performance of C-Centered Lepidocrocite-Type Titanate for Na-Ion Battery – A. Katogi (Tokyo University of Science), K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), K. Miyamoto (Tokyo University of Science), K. Chihara (ESICB-Kyoto University), T. Hasegawa (Tokyo University of Science), and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICBKyoto University) 724 Precipitation Synthesis of Sodium Iron Hexacyanoferrate with Citrate Chelator for Na Batteries – T. Hosaka (Tokyo University of Science), X. Bie (ESICB-Kyoto University), K. Kubota, and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 725 Understanding the Cathodic Redox Reactions in Sodium-Ion Batteries: Bulk and Surface Study of NaXCo2/3Mn2/9Ni1/9O2 – S. Doubaji (LCME, Cadi Ayyad University), I. Saadoune (LCME Université Cadi Ayyad, CAM Université Mohammed VI, Morocco), B. Philippe (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University), M. Valvo (Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University), A. Solhy (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University), T. Gustafsson, and K. Edström (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University)

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726 New Sb2S3/Sb-C Nanocomposites As HighRate and Long-Life Anodes for Na-Ion Batteries – D. Xia, J. Kong (College of Engineering, Peking University), H. Wei (College of Engineering,Peking University), and P. Yu (College of Engineering, Peking University) 727 Critical Limiting Factors for High Performance Sodium Ion Batteries – X. Li (Harvard University) 728 Investigation of Structural Changes in Layered NaxNi0.5Mn0.5O2 Cathode Materials (0.5≤ x ≤1.2) and Their Electrochemical Performance – T. Risthaus, J. Wang, and J. Li (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster) 729 In Situ XRD Studty on Phase Transitions of NaNi1/3Fe1/3Mn1/3O2 Cathode Materials – Y. Xie (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), G. Xu, Z. Chen, J. Lu, K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) 730 Investigation of Na Removal/Insertion Mechanism in Na1.86Fe3(PO4) 3 Cathode Material – R. Essehli, H. Ben Yahia, K. Maher (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), S. Moulay Tahar (Institut Charles Gerhardt UMR 5253 CNRS), A. Abouimrane (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), J. B. Park, Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University), M. Almaadeed (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University), and I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute) 731 Reversible Na-Ion Uptake in Si Nanoparticles – Y. Xu (Delft University of Technology), E. Swaans, D. M. Borsa (Meyer Burger (Netherlands) B.V.), and F. M. Mulder (Delft University of Technology) 732 Investigation of Fluorophosphate Cathode Materials for Na Ion Batteries By Ex Situ 23 Na Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance – D. L. Smiley and G. R. Goward (McMaster University) 733 Novel Nanoscale Electrode Materials for SodiumIon Batteries – M. Bodnarchuk, K. Kravchyk, M. Walter (ETH Zurich), and M. V. Kovalenko (ETH Zürich) 734 Transition-Metal Pyrophosphates As Cathodes for Rechargeable Na-Ion Batteries: Effects on the Electrochemical Properties of Composition and Preparation Methods – C. Tealdi, M. Ricci, C. Ferrara, G. Bruni, E. Quartarone, and P. Mustarelli (University of Pavia) 735 Na1+XFexTi2-X(PO4)3/C (x = 0-1) Electrode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries – P. E. Lippens, M. T. Sougrati (Institut Charles Gerhardt UMR 5253 CNRS, RS2E FR 3459 CNRS, France), S. Difi (Institut Charles Gerhardt UMR 5253 CNRS, France, Université Cadi Ayyad, Morocco), I. Saadoune (LCME Université Cadi Ayyad, CAM Université Mohammed VI, Morocco), R. Hakkou (Université Cadi Ayyad, Morocco), and K. Edstrom (Uppsala University, Sweden)

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736 Na Vs. Li - Thermodynamic Surprises for Graphite and CuO As Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries – P. Adelhelm (Friedrich-SchillerUniversity Jena), F. Klein (Justus-LiebigUniversity Giessen), B. Jache (University of Giessen), R. Pinedo (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), P. Hering, A. Polity, and J. Janek (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen) 737 Interface Storage and Diffusion in Titania-Based Na-Ion Battery Negative Electrodes – I. Hanzu (Graz University of Technology), D. Prutsch (CDLaboratory for Li Ion Batteries, ICTM, TU-Graz), M. Uitz (CD-Laboratory for Li Ion Batteries), and M. Wilkening (CD-Lab for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology) 738 All-Solid State Na-Ion Batteries Na2-2dFe2D(SO4)3|Na3-XMxP1-XS4 (M=Ge4+,Ti4+, Sn4+) (x=0,0.1) | Na2Ti3O7 – R. Prasada Rao, H. Chen, L. L. Wong, and S. Adams (National University of Singapore) 739 Solid-State NMR Study of the Paramagnetic P2-Na0.67Mn0.95Mg0.05O2 Na-Ion Battery Cathode – R. J. Clément, O. Pecher, and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry) 740 Synthesis of Metal Oxide Precursors for the Generation of Oxides or Similar Nanomaterials for Na-Ion Battery Cathode Production – K. M. Fromm (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) and B. Baichette (University of Fribourg) 741 Dynamic Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy-a Tool to Optimize the Operating Potential Window to Minimize the Capacity Fading – R. Sripada and R. S (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) 742 Phase Transformations in Layered O and P Type Metal Oxide Na-Ion Battery Cathodes – A. J. Toumar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego), W. D. Richards, W. Huang, S. Dacek (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) 743 Investigation of NaxMgx/2Mn1-x/2O2 (1.0 > x > 1/3) for Na-Ion Battery Positive Electrodes – L. Zheng (Department of chemistry, Dalhousie University), P. Nguyen, and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) 744 Electrochemical and Chemical Na+/Li+ Ion Exchange in Na-Based Cathode Materials – N. V. Kosova, D. O. Rezepova (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry), A. M. Tsapina (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Novosibirsk State University), S. A. Petrov (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry), and A. B. Slobodyuk (Institute of Chemistry)

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745 Probing the Rate Limiting Steps in Conversion Reactions of Nanostructured Iron Oxide in Liand Na-Ion Batteries – M. Valvo (Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University), B. Philippe (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University), F. Lindgren (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), C. W. Tai (Stockholm University), and K. Edstrom (Uppsala University, Sweden) 746 Reversible Sodium Storage Mechanism of Aromatic Diimide Disodium Carboxylates – M. Veerababu, U. V. Varadaraju, and K. Ramanujam (IIT Madras) 747 Na Ion Batteries: A Promising Candidate for Large-Scale Energy Storage – E. de la Llave (BarIlan University), V. Borgel (Bar Ilan University), K. J. Park, J. Y. Hwang, Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University), P. Hartmann, F. F. Chesneau (BASF), and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University)

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748 A Novel Design of a Dimethylsulfoxide-Based Electrolyte for a Stable Charge-Discharge Cycling of a Li Metal Anode in Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – N. Togasaki, T. Momma, and T. Osaka (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University) 749 Highly Reversible Aqueous Zn/MnO2 Energy Storage System from Chemical Conversion Reactions – H. Pan (Pacific Northweset National Laboratory), Y. Shao, P. Yan, Y. Cheng, K. Han, Z. Nie, C. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Yang (University of Washington), X. Li, K. T. Mueller, and J. Liu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 750 Raman Mapping for LiCoO2 Composite Positive Electrodes in All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries Using Li2S-P2S5 Solid Electrolytes – M. Otoyama, Y. Ito, A. Hayashi, and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University) 751 Reduction of Charge and Discharge Polarization By Cobalt Nanoparticles-Embedded Carbon Nanofibers for Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – Y. J. Kim (KAIST), H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)), D. J. Lee, H. Noh, J. Lee, J. K. Park, and H. T. Kim (KAIST) 752 The Structural Effect of PdCu Nanocatalysts on Catalytic Activities for Rechargeable LithiumOxygen Batteries – M. Park, K. Song (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University), S. Y. Kim (School of Chem. Eng. and Mater. Sci., Chung-Ang University), and Y. M. Kang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University) 753 Toward a Better Understanding on Na-Air Batteries – X. A. Sun, Q. Sun, and H. Yadegari (University of Western Ontario)

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754 Two-Dimensional SiOx As a High Performance Li Storage Material Prepared By Solution Evaporation Induced Interfacial Sol-Gel Reaction – H. Yoo, E. Park, J. Bae, D. S. Kim (Hanyang University), J. Lee, M. S. Park (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), Y. N. Jo (Korea Electronic Technology Institute), J. H. Kim, S. X. Dou (University of Wollongong), Y. J. Kim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), and H. Kim (Hanyang University) 755 Ni3Sn4 Based Anode Materials for ThreeDimensional Lithium/Sulfur Battery – B. Tolegen, A. Pidakhmet (Institute of Batteries LLC, NURIS, Nazarbayev University), A. Mentbayeva (Nazarbayev University), T. Hara (Institute of Batteries LLC, NURIS, Nazarbayev University), and Z. Bakenov (Institute of Batteries LLC, School of Engineering, Nazarbayev University) 756 An Innovative Semi-Solid Lithium Redox Flow Air (O2) Battery Concept – I. Ruggeri, C. Arbizzani, and F. Soavi (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna) 757 Towards Improved Li-O2 Batteries: Understanding the Role of Dissolved Redox Mediators – B. J. Bergner, R. Pinedo, D. Schröder (Justus-LiebigUniversität Giessen, Germany), and J. Janek (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen) 758 Realization of Stable Cathode-Electrolyte Interfaces in DMSO Based Li-O2 Batteries: Experimental and Theoretical Perspectives – M. Noked (University of Maryland, College Park), M. A. Schroeder (University of Maryland), N. Kumar (Sandia National Laboratories), A. J. Pearse (University of Maryland), K. Leung (Sandia National Laboratories), S. B. Lee, and G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)) 759 Lithium Nitrate in Rechargeable Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Catalytic Feature of Redox Shuttle Suppression – N. Ding (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR) 760 Promoting Effect of Amino on Enhancing Cycling Performance at Low Temperatures for Li-S Battery Cathodes – S. Zhu and Y. Jin (QIBEBT, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 761 Robust Electron-Donating Organic Compounds for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. A. Odom (Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky), A. P. Kaur, M. D. Casselman, C. F. Elliott, H. A. Attanayake, S. A. Parkin, and C. Risko (University of Kentucky) 762 Metallic Lithium Anode Protect By Gel Electrolyte in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – H. Zhong, Z. Xu, L. Sang, and F. Ding (Tianjin Institute of Power Source) 763 Electrodeposited Three-Dimensional Porous Ru/RuO2 Foam Cathode for Rechargeable Lithium–Oxygen Batteries – J. Suk (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Research), K. H. Kwak (Korea Resarch Institute of Chemical Technology), and Y. Kang (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Research)

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764 A Quantitative Tool to Predict the Phase Composition of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – J. W. Dibden, N. Garcia-Araez, J. W. Smith, and J. R. Owen (University of Southampton) 765 Electrochemical Properties of Lithium Air Secondary Batteries with Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solution Containing Manganese-Based Organic Complexes As Solution-Phase Catalysts – S. Sakamoto, M. Nohara, Y. Yui, M. Hayashi, and T. Komatsu (NTT Device Technology Laboratories, NTT Corporation) 766 A Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)-Active Cathode for Lithium-Oxygen Battery Discharge Product Investigation – K. Liu, Z. Yu, X. Zhu, S. Zhang, and Y. Zhu (University of Akron) 767 Superior Capacity Retention of Lithium Sulfur Batteries with Nano-Sized TiO2-Embedded Polymer Electrolyte – B. J. Hwang, F. Lee, M. C. Tsai, M. H. Lin, Y. L. Ni'mah, S. Hy (National Taiwan University of Science and Technogy), C. Y. Kuo, J. H. Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), and W. N. Su (Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology) 768 Quantifying the Power Capability, Flowability, and Capacity Retention of Redox-Active Polymer Flow-Batteries – V. Iyer, E. Montoto Blanco, N. Gavvalapalli, J. Schuh, R. Ewoldt, J. S. Moore, J. Rodríguez-López, and K. C. Smith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA) 769 Permselective Membrane System As Ion Shield for Polysulfides Toward High-Stable Lithium Sulfur Battery – J. Q. Huang, T. Zhuang, H. J. Peng, Q. Zhang, and F. Wei (Tsinghua University) 770 Free-Standing Graphene-Based Papers with Controlled Pore Structures for High-Performance Li-O2 Battery Cathodes – D. Y. Kim (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), D. W. KIM, and Y. Kang (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Research) 771 New Facile Microwave-Assisted Technique for Chemical Intercalation of Multivalent Cations, Mg2+ and Zn2+, into Cathode Materials for Multivalent-Ion Batteries – W. Kaveevivitchai (Texas Materials Institute, University of Texas at Austin) and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) 772 Conducting Polymers with Tunable Properties for Sustainable Energy Storage – C. Wang, Y. Yang, B. Yue, S. Li, X. Jia, Y. Ge, and G. G. Wallace (University of Wollongong) 773 A Foldable Lithium-Sulfur Battery – L. Li and N. Koratkar (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) 774 The Development of Sodium Sulfur Batteries for Energy Storage Application in China – Y. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Chinese Academy of Science)

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775 Understanding Lithium Sulfur Cells, Modelling the Mechanisms behind Voltage- and CapacityDrop during Discharge – G. J. Offer, T. Zhang, M. Marinescu (Imperial College London), G. Minton, R. Purkayastha, L. O'Neill, and M. Wild (Oxis Energy Limited) 776 Vulcanized Polyacrylonitrile with Graphene Oxide As an Additive for High-Rate Rechargeable Lithium Sulfur Batteries – Y. Li, Q. Zeng, I. Gentle (The University of Queensland), and D. W. Wang (The University of New South Wales) 777 Chevron-like Structured SiCu Thin Film Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – D. B. Polat and O. Keles (Istanbul Technical University) 778 Novel Protection Strategies for Sulfur and Silicon in Advanced Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – U. Zubair, M. Alidoost, D. Versaci, J. Amici, S. Vankova, C. Francia, S. Bodoardo, and N. Penazzi (Politecnico di Torino) 779 Redox Mediators in Next Generation MetalOxygen Batteries: A Systematic Study on Homogeneous Catalysts for Li-, Na-, and Zn-O2 Cells – D. Schröder, B. J. Bergner, J. J. Kreissl, C. L. Bender, R. Pinedo (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), and J. Janek (Justus-LiebigUniversität Giessen) 780 Ex-Situ Synchrotron X-Ray Studies of Alpha-Type Manganese Dioxide Nanorod Cathode in Zinc-Ion Battery – M. H. Alfaruqi, S. Nam, J. Gim, J. Song, S. Kim, V. Mathew, J. Jo, S. Lee, S. Islam, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 781 A Layered Delta-MnO2 Nanoflake Cathode with High Zinc-Storage Capacities for Eco-Friendly Battery Applications – D. T. Pham, T. Vu Thi, J. Song, S. Kim, M. H. Alfaruqi, J. Jo, S. Kim, S. Islam, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 782 CNT Sheet As a Promising Air Electrode Toward High Capacity Li-Oxygen Batteries – A. Nomura, K. Ito, and Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science) 783 Newer Electrode Materials for Li / Na Batteries – G. S (CSIR - Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Network Institute of Solar Energy Research), R. Raman, B. Venkata Rami Reddy, I. Elizabeth, and S. V (CSIR - Central Electrochemical Research Institute) 784 New Material Concepts for Lihium-Sulfur-Batteries – S. Dörfler (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology), P. Strubel (Dresden, University of Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology), H. Althues (Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden), S. Thieme (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology), M. Piwko (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology, Dresden, University of Technology), S. Tschöcke (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology), and S. Kaskel (Dresden, University of Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology)

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785 Assessment of All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries – P. Braun, M. Ender, J. Illig, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) 786 Materials for High Energy Density and LongLife Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – R. V. Bugga (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), S. C. Jones (Jet Propulsion Lab, California Institute of Technology), J. P. Jones, J. Pasalic, L. Torres (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), D. Addison (Liox), and R. Thiallaiyan (Eagle Picher Technologies) 787 Electrochemical Analysis in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Using Carbonaceous Materials – J. Park (Institute for Basic Science (IBS)), C. Kim (Chungnam National University (CNU)), and Y. E. Sung (Institute for Basic Science (IBS)) 788 Nanostructured Sulfur Composites for LithiumSulfur Batteries – J. Cheng and B. Wang (Institute of Chemical Materials, CAEP) 789 Unraveling the Capacity Fading of Selenium-Based Cathodes in Ether-Based Electrolytes By in-Situ X-Ray Absorption Near Edge Spectroscopy – G. L. Xu, T. Ma, C. Sun, K. Amine, and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) 790 Investigating the Factors for the Low Cycle Life of Sodium Oxygen Batteries – X. Bi (Argonne National Laboratory, The Ohio State Univeristy), X. Ren (The Ohio State University), J. Lu, K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), and Y. Wu (The Ohio State University) 791 Nanostructured Cathode Architecture By Atomic Layer Deposition for Improving Performance of Li-O2 Battery – X. Luo, L. Ma, J. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Lei (University of Alabama in Huntsville), T. Wu, L. Curtiss, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 792 Mesoporous Carbon Nanocube Architecture for High-Performance Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – B. Sun and G. Wang (University of Technology, Sydney) 793 The High Performance Silicon Anodes Including New Water Based Binder in Lithium Ion Batteries – S. J. Kim, N. S. Kim, S. W. Han, and K. S. Choi (Aekyung Chemical Company) 794 Development of All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries Using Garnet Solid Electrolyte Layer – D. Shishihara, Y. Takeuchi, H. Hikosaka, and H. Mizutani (NGK SPARK PLUG CO., LTD.) 795 Elemental Sulfur Mediated Facile Synthesis of a Colvalent Triazine Framework for High Performance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – T. H. Hwang, S. N. Talapaneni, A. Coskun, and J. W. Choi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 796 High Energy Density Na-Ion Battery Technology – J. Barker, R. J. Heap, N. Roche, C. Tan, R. Sayers, J. Whitley, and Y. Liu (Faradion Limited) 797 Novel Nanostructured Materials for Metal-Air Batteries – Z. Liu (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR) 73

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798 Surface-Chemistry-Initiated Design of Host Materials for Sulfur Cathodes: From NitrogenDoped Carbon to Sulfiphilic Cobalt Disulfide – H. J. Peng, Z. Yuan, T. Z. Hou, J. Q. Huang, X. B. Cheng, F. Wei, and Q. Zhang (Tsinghua University) 799 Flexible Protected Lithium Metal Electrodes for Next Generation Batteries – S. J. Visco (PolyPlus Battery Company) 800 MoS2 Nanosheets Vertically Aligned on Carbon Paper: A Freestanding Electrode for Highly Reversible Sodium Ion Batteries – X. Xie (University of Technology, Sydney), T. Makaryan, M. Zhao, K. L. Van Aken, Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and G. Wang (University of Technology, Sydney) 801 Hybrid Mg/Na Ion Battery with High Capacity and Ultra-Long Cycle Life – X. Bian, F. Du, and Y. Wei (Jilin University) 802 Magnesium/Sulfur Rechargeable Batteries Using Liquid Mg Polysulfides – B. P. Vinayan, M. A. Cambaz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm for Electrochemical Storage), Z. Zhao-Karger, and M. Fichtner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany) 803 Electrolyte Composition Influence on Oxygen Reduction and Evolution in Li-Air Cells – F. S. Gittleson, R. E. Jones, D. K. Ward (Sandia National Laboratories), M. E. Foster (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 945510969), and M. R. Anstey (Sandia National Laboratories) 804 Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: High Loading Cathode, New Electrolyte and Non-Lithium Metal Anode – D. Lu, J. Xiao, Q. Li, S. A. Ferrara, Y. Shao (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), G. L. Graff (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA), J. Liu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA) 805 Oxygen-Rich Binder Improves Vulcanized Polyacrylonitrile Cathodes for Li-S Batteries – Y. Li, Q. Zeng (University of Queensland), I. Gentle (The University of Queensland), and D. W. Wang (The University of New South Wales) 806 Stable Operation of Lithium Metal Batteries by the Formation of Transient High Concentration Electrolyte Layer during Fast Discharge – J. Zheng, P. Yan, D. Mei, M. H. Engelhard, S. Cartmell (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), B. J. Polzin (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA), and W. Xu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 807 Insight into the Catalytic Mechanism of Bimetallic Platinum Copper Core Shell Nanostructures for Nonaqueous Oxygen Evolution Reactions – L. Ma, X. Luo, J. Kropf, J. Wen, X. Wang, S. Lee, D. J. Myers, D. Miller, T. Wu, J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)

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808 Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg and Ca Batteries – A. L. Lipson, S. Kim, D. L. Proffit, S. D. Han, B. Pan (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. Lapidus (Argonne National Laboratory), N. Sa, C. Liao, A. K. Burrell, J. T. Vaughey, and B. J. Ingram (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) 809 Electrochemistry Characteristics of NaNi0.5Mn1.5O4 As the Cathode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries – K. Du (Central South University, P R China) and G. Hu (Central South University) 810 Better Than Li-Ion Batteries: An Ultrafast and High Capacity Na-Ion Battery Enhanced By Tunable Pseudocapacitance – C. Zhu, H. J. Fan, and D. Chao (NTU-SPMS) 811 Electrocatalysis Approach to Lithium Polysulfides Redox Chemistry – L. M. R. Arava (Wayne State University) 812 Tandem Sulfur Cathodes with High Areal Capacity for Li-S Batteries – C. H. Chang, S. H. Chung, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) 813 The Effect of Solid Electrolyte Interphase on the Mechanism of Operation of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – E. Markevich, G. Salitra, A. Rosenman, Y. Talyosef (Bar Ilan University), F. F. Chesneau (BASF), and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University) 814 Electrolyte Decomposition in Li-S Cells – M. Hagen, M. Joos, M. Abert, P. Fanz, and J. Tübke (Fraunhofer ICT) 815 Long Cycle Life and High Power Aqueous K-Ion Batteries – D. Su (Centre for Clean Energy Technology, UTS) 816 Ladder-Inspired SnO-Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes with Sulfur Impregnation as Robust Cathode Material for High-Rate LithiumSulfur Batteries – A. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University), M. K. Kim, J. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), I. K. Jin (Chungnam National University), Y. Wen, L. Gu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University), D. Byun (Korea University), and J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 817 The Study of MgTFSI2/Ether Solutions for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – I. Shterenberg, M. Salama (Bar Ilan University), Y. Gofer (Bar Ilan university), N. Nitoker (Bar Ilan University), D. T. Major, and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University) 818 Material Interactions Between Cathode Active Material and Conductive Components in SolidState Lithium Batteries – S. Uhlenbruck, A. Bünting, C. Dellen, M. Finsterbusch, C. L. Tsai (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), and R. Vaßen (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1) 819 Systematic Investigation of an All-Solid-State LiIon Battery – W. Zhang, D. Weber, W. G. Zeier (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), and J. Janek (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen)

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820 High Energy Density Aqueous Electrochemical Capacitors with a KI-KOH Electrolyte – X. Wang, R. S. Chandrabose (Oregon State University), S. Chun (University of Oregon), T. Zhang (Oregon State University), B. Evanko (University of California Santa Barbara), Z. Jian (Oregon State University), S. W. Boettcher (Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon), G. Stucky (University of California, Santa Barbara), and X. Ji (Oregon State University) 821 Carbon Electrodes for Potassium-Ion Batteries – Z. Jian, W. Luo, Z. Xing, C. Bommier, Z. Li, and X. Ji (Oregon State University)

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822 Operando Mössbauer Spectroscopy for Li- and Na-Ion Batteries Investigations – M. T. Sougrati (Institut Charles Gerhardt), J. C. Jumas (ICG Montpellier), and L. Stievano (ICGM - Université Montpellier 2) 823 Ultra High-Precision Studies of Degradation Mechanisms in Aged LiCoO2/Graphite Li-Ion Cells – R. Fathi (Università degli Studi di MilanoBicocca, Dalhousie University), J. C. Burns, D. Stevens (Dalhousie University), H. Ye (Medtronic Inc), C. Hu (Medtronic Inc.), G. Jain (Medtronic Inc), E. Scott (Medtronic Inc.), C. Schmidt (Medtronic Inc), and J. R. Dahn (Department of Physics, Dalhousie University) 824 Implementation of Monitoring Algorithms for the Battery Pack Optimal Design and Control in an Electric Vehicle – K. Makinejad (TUM) 825 A Novel Quantitative Diagnostic Technique for Charge-Discharge Mechanism of Spinel and Layered Oxides in Blended Cathode of Lithium-Ion Battery – T. Kobayashi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), Y. Ohno (Central Reaearch Institute of Electric Power Industry), H. Yoshida (The Kansai Electric Power Company), A. Yamazaki (Central Research Institute of electric Power Industry), T. Yamamoto, Y. Kobayashi, H. Miyashiro, and Y. Mita (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) 826 Lithium Ion Cell/Batteries Electromagnetic Field Reduction in Phones for Hearing Aids Compliance – H. Maleki, J. N. Howard, and J. A. Hallmark (Motorola Mobility) 827 New Materials and Processes for High Energy Density Solid State Batteries – B. E. Hayden, C. E. Lee, D. Laughman, R. Noble, L. Turner, O. Clarke, P. Casey, and A. Jazdanian (Ilika Technologies Ltd) 828 Inhomogeneities in Large Format Lithium Ion Cells: A Study By Battery Modelling Approach – R. Arunachala (Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology)

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829 Smarter Power for a Better Future – D. Golodnitsky (School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University), R. Blanga, E. Cohen, G. Kosa, Y. Kamir, E. Rosen (Tel Aviv University), V. Yufit (Imperial College London), and Y. Preezant (CONJUXCELL) 830 The Fine Line Between a Two-Phase and SolidSolution Transformation in Li4+XTi5O12 – S. Ganapathy, A. Vasileiadis, J. R. Heringa, and M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology) 831 Electrification of Urban Public Transportation Networks – T. J. Patey (ABB) 832 Ultrafast Charging & Superb Cycle Life Battery Technology Leads to EV Consumer Satisfaction – W. L. Mattis (Power System Supplier) 833 Nickel Hexacyanoferrate Modified LiFePO4 Cathodes with High Rate and High Pulse Current Charge-Discharge Capability – K. F. Chiu, H. J. Leu, S. H. Su, and K. Y. Chao (Feng Chia University)

Topic 8: Computational Work II – 17:30 – 21:00 •

834 A 3D Multiphysics Phase-Field Model to Simulate Modified Phase Segregation in LiFePO4 Nanoparticles – M. Welland (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Karpeyev (University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory), D. O'Connor (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and O. Heinonen (Northwestern University, Argonne National Laboratory) 835 Computational Insights to the Layered-toSpinel Structural Transformation in Ni-Rich Lithiated Transition Metals Oxide Materials (LiNixCoyMnzO2) – M. Dixit, F. Schipper, B. Markovsky, D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and D. T. Major (Bar Ilan University) 836 Determination of Radial Thermal Conductivity and Specific Heat in Externally-Heated LiCoO2 cells – R. Mazurick (MPR Associates Inc.), A. Brandon (Lycoming College), N. Spinner (Pine Research Instrumentation), and S. G. Tuttle (US Naval Research Laboratory) 837 Numerical Study of the Effect of Stress on Diffusion in Silicon Nanowires – F. Mashayek, A. Ramasubramanian (University of Illinois at Chicago), A. Khounsary (Illinois Insitute of Technology), R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago), and A. Najafi (ANSYS. Inc) 838 Pseudo-Contact Shift in Periodic Paramagnetic Solids Via Density Functional Theory – R. Pigliapochi, A. Pell (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry), D. Ceresoli (CNRISTM Università degli Studi di Milano), M. Kaupp (Technische Universität Berlin), and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry) 839 Efficient "on-the-Fly"Calculation of Raman Spectra from Ab-Initio Molecular Dynamics: Application to Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – P. Partovi-Azar (Freie Universität Berlin), T. D. Kühne (University of Paderborn), and P. Kaghazchi (Freie Universität Berlin) 75

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840 First Principles Study on Lithium Transport through Crystalline and Amorphous Materials for Discovery of Battery Coatings – Z. Lu, S. Hao, Z. Yao (Northwestern University), M. Aykol (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin - Madison), and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University) 841 Computation-Guided Design of Interface Engineering in All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries: A First Principles Study – Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park) 842 Li4SnS4: Simulations of Its Structure and Electrolyte Properties – N. A. W. Holzwarth, L. E. Rush Jr., and A. Al-Qawasmeh (Wake Forest University) 843 On Uncertainty Quantification of Thermal Aspects of Lithium-Ion Battery – V. Esfahanian (Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI)), H. Dehghandorost, F. Chaychizadeh, and A. B. Ansari (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran) 844 A Fast, Efficient Discrete-Time Realization Algorithm for Reduced-Order Battery Models – K. Gopalakrishnan, T. Zhang, and G. J. Offer (Imperial College London) 845 3D Micro-Structure Resolved Simulations of Thick Li-Ion Batteries – T. Danner (German Aerospace Center, Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU)), T. Wen (University of Ulm), A. Latz (German Aerospace Center, Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU)), M. Singh, J. Kaiser (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and H. Hahn (Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD), Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany) 846 Kinetics Tuning of Li-Ion Diffusion in Layered Li(NixMnyCoz)O2 – J. Zheng (Peking University), Y. Wei (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University), S. Cui (Peking University), K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), and F. Pan (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University) 847 The Effects of Co-Substitution and Al-Doping on the Structural Stability of LiNiO2 – E. Lee (University of Alabama in Huntsville), H. Iddir, and R. Benedek (Argonne National Laboratory) 848 Bi-Tortuous Anisotropic Graphite Electrodes for Fast Ion Transport in Li-Ion Batteries – V. P. Nemani (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), S. J. Harris (General Motors R&D Center), and K. C. Smith (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA) 849 Modeling of Lithium Ion Battery Using Modelica and Scilab/Xcos – S. Arianto (Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Research Center for Physic), R. Y. Yuwono, and B. Prihandoko (Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Research Center for Physics) 850 A Molecular Dynamics Study of Graphene Oxide /Sulfur Composite Cathodes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – A. Dive and S. Banerjee (Washington State University) 851 Modelling Short-Circuit in Large-Format LithiumIon Pouch Cells – S. Arnold, T. Nguyen (TUM CREATE), and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM))

852 Charge-Transfer Modified Embedded-Atom Method for LiNi1-x-YCoxMnyO2 Cathode Materials – F. Kong, R. C. Longo, C. Liang (The University of Texas at Dallas), D. H. Yeon, J. H. Park, S. G. Doo (Samsung Electronics), and K. Cho (The University of Texas at Dallas) 853 Potential-Dependent Mechanism of Li Diffusion in Li2s for Li-S Batteries – A. Moradabadi (Freie Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Darmstadt) and P. Kaghazchi (Freie Universität Berlin)

Topic 9: Systems for Load-Leveling Applications – 17:30 – 21:00 •

854 C-MEMS Based Micro-Power: From Symmetric to Battery-Type Hybrid Microsupercapacitors – R. Agrawal and C. Wang (Florida International University) 855 Measurement of Thermal Behaviour from a Cell Under Operating Loads and Temperatures – T. P. Charles (Cardiff University)

Topic 10: Recycling of Batteries II – 17:30 – 21:00 •

856 Metals Recovery from Spent Lithium-Ion Batteries: Synthesis and Physicochemical Properties of New Extractants for Solvent Extraction Processes – K. Omelchuk (ENSCPIRCP), M. Haddad (Chimie-Paristech, IRCP, UMR 8247), G. Cote (ENSCP-IRCP), and A. Chagnes (Chimie-Paristech, IRCP, UMR 8247, RS2E) 857 Inert Atmospheric Analysis Method for ESS Recycling of Waste Lithium Ion Batteries from Electric Vehicle – S. C. Nam, I. Seo, B. J. Kim, S. You, and S. Kang (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) 858 Keeping Cool with Hot Stuff: Safe Collection, Transport and Recycling of Lithium Batteries – S. Kross (GRS Service GmbH)

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Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016 Wednesday Afternoon Session – 13:30 – 16:55 Co-Chairs: Peter G. Bruce and Peter Lamp

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Welcoming Remarks Li-Ion Batteries and Beyond (Li-S, Li-oxygen, Naion and Mg): What Are the Realistic Horizons? – D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University) Next Generation Battery Technologies based on Reversible Lithium Metal Electrodes – S. J. Visco (PolyPlus Battery Company) In Operando Studies for the Strategic Development of High Performance Lithium/Sulfur Batteries – C. S. Kim, H. Marceau, P. Hovington, W. Zhu, A. Paolella, A. Guerfi, A. Vijh, and K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Québec (IREQ)) Lithium- and Sodium-Sulfur Cells with High Sulfur Loading – A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) Break Combining Reversible Oxygen Charge Transfer and Li-Excess to achieve High Capacity Cathodes – G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) Understanding the Anomalously High Capacity of Li- and Mn-Rich Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Hybrid Ion Conductor: Polysulfide Exclusion for Advanced Lithium Sulfur Batteries – H. T. Kim, J. Lee, and H. Noh (KAIST) Development of Materials for Aqueous Lithium Batteries – N. Imanishi and H. Wang (Mie University)

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Li-S Batteries at a Crossroads – L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) 44 Suppression of Polysulfide Transfer by Polypyrrole Modification on Cathode in Lithium-Sulfur Battery – T. Momma (Waseda University), N. Nakamura (Grad School of Adv. Sci. & Eng., Waseda University), T. Yokoshima, H. Nara, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) 45 All Solid State Battery with LLZ Solid Electrolyte and Li Metal Anode – K. Kanamura, T. Kimura, M. Shoji, and H. Munakata (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 46 Developments of Lithium Solid Electrolytes and their Application to All Solid-State Batteries – R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 47 On the Road Towards Ca-Based Batteries – A. Ponrouch, D. Tchitchekova, C. Frontera (ICMABCSIC), F. Bardé (Toyota Motor Europe), and M. R. Palacin (ALISTORE-ERI) 48 Advanced Cathode Material with Full Concentration Gradient for High Energy Density Lithium- and Sodium-ion Batteries – Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 49 Towards Na-ion and K-ion Batteries – S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University) 50 New Insights in Advanced Fluorinated Phosphates As Electrode Materials for Li and Na-Ion Batteries – L. Croguennec (a), T. Broux (a,b), M. Bianchini (a,b,c), E. Boivin (a,b), T. Bamine (a), R. Messinger Jr. (d), F. Fauth (CELLS - ALBA Synchrotron, Barcelona, SPAIN), L. Simonelli (e), M. Duttine (a), E. Salager, M. Deschamps (d), E. Suard (c), J. N. Chotard, R. David (b), D. Carlier, M. Ménétrier (a), and C. Masquelier (b) 1233 Nonflammable, Fast Charging & Superb Cycle Life Battery Technology For Automotive Applications – W. Liu (Microvast Inc.)

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Welcoming Remarks NMR Beyond Li: New Approaches in Studying Na, Mg and Li-air Batteries – C. P. Grey (NECCES at University of Cambridge), T. Liu, G. Kim, R. Clement, P. Allan, J. Stratford, J. Lee, I. Seymour, and Z. Liu (University of Cambridge) Operando Techniques to Probe Battery Materials – L. Boulet-Roblin (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), J. Conder (Paul Scherrer Institut Electrochemistry Laboratory), S. Sallard, and C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory) Visualization of Electrochemical Reactions in Battery Materials with X-ray Microscopy – J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) Stabilizing High-Voltage Layered Oxide Cathode Materials for Li/Na Ion Batteries – Y. Yang (Xiamen University) Break Nanoscale Anode and Cathode Materials for (Li/Na/ Mg/Al)-ion Batteries – M. V. Kovalenko (ETH Zürich) Ionic Liquids - A Unique Palette to Create Advanced Electrolytes – A. S. Best (CSIRO Manufacturing), M. Barghamadi, A. Bhatt (CSIRO), C. Francis (Flinders University Centre for Maritime Engineering), A. F. Hollenkamp (CSIRO Energy), T. D. Huynh (CSIRO), P. Mahon (Swinburn University), M. Musameh (CSIRO), T. Ruether (CSIRO Energy), N. Sharma (UNSW Australia), and N. Webster (CSIRO Minerals Resources) Ab-Initio MD Simulations of Redox Reactions of Liquid Electrolytes and SEI Formation – Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Kyoto University) Ceramic Interface (Ceramic Coated Separator) and LiIon Safety/Performance – Z. J. Zhang (Celgard, LLC)

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Materials Design for Battery Anodes: Silicon, Lithium Metal and Phosphorus – Y. Cui (Stanford University) Conversion-Alloying Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. Mueller, D. Bresser (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)) Silicon and its Challenging Interfaces – K. Edström (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), Y. Ma (Uppsala University), B. Philippe (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University), C. Xu, F. Lindgren (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), H. Rensmo, and T. Gustafsson (Uppsala University)

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What is the Best Anode Material to Achieve High Energy Li-ion Batteries in Next 5 Years? – J. Cho (UNIST) Systematic Binder Design in High Capacity Silicon Anodes – J. W. Choi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) A Cost Efficient Silicon-Carbon based Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Voje (Elkem Technology AS) Electrode Modifications By Polymeric Coatings for Enhanced Performances of Li-Ion Batteries – N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) Oxygen Electrochemistry in Aprotic Li-Air Batteries – Z. Peng (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) Can We Control Polysulfide Formation and Migration? – R. Dominko (National Institute of Chemistry)

P1 Poster Presentations Riverside Center, Hyatt Regency Topic 1: Lithium based Electrode Materials III – 17:30 – 21:00 •

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859 Encapsulating Sulfur into Carbon Nanotube Framework for Robust Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – X. B. Cheng, H. J. Peng, J. Q. Huang, and Q. Zhang (Tsinghua University) 860 Polyglutamate Binder for Silicon-Graphite Negative Electrode: Effects of Cut-Off Voltage and Electrolyte Additive – S. Komaba, T. Mochizuki, K. Yamagiwa, K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science), M. Schulz-Dobrick, Z. J. Han, S. Fukuyama (BASF Japan Ltd.), and S. Yasuno (JASRI) 861 Synthesis and Characterization of Li2FeP2O7/C Composite By a Combination of Spray Pyrolysis and Wet Ball Milling Followed By Heat Treatment – H. Jang and I. Taniguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 862 Copper Doped Cobalt Oxide As Efficient Catalyst for Li-O2 Battery – L. He, W. Zhang, and Z. Wen (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS) 863 Nanostructured Electrodes Via Electrostatic Spray Deposition for Energy Storage System – C. Chen and C. Wang (Florida International University) 864 Silicon/Lithium Iron Phosphate Safe and HighEnergy Density Lithium-Ion Cells: From Material Research to Demonstrator – F. Farmakis (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece), M. Hagen (Fraunhofer ICT), P. Selinis (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece), P. Fanz (Fraunhofer ICT), A. Kovacs, S. Schiestel (Limedion GmbH), and N. Georgoulas (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)

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865 Prelithiated Silicon Alloy (Si-Fe-Mn): Dodging the Irreversible Capacity Loss for High Performance Lithium Ion Batteries – P. K. Alaboina, M. J. Uddin (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University), J. S. Cho (MKE), and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University) 866 Difference in the Electrochemical Mechanism of SnO2 in Lithium-Ion and Sodium-Ion Batteries: An in Situ XAS Study – A. Bhaskar, D. Dixon (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. Avila (3CLAESS-ALBA, Cerdanyola del Vallès), G. Balachandran (Institute for Applied Materials-Energy Storage System), N. Bramnik, and H. Ehrenberg (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) 867 Lithium ion Batteries-supercapacitor Hybrid – Z. Caban-Huertas, D. P. Dubal, and P. GómezRomero (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) 868 Electroplating Three Dimensional Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Zhang (Nanjing University) 869 Flexible High Energy Density Silicon Composite Anode for Structural Batteries – G. A. Nazri (Frontier Applied Sciences and Technologies, LLC) and M. Nazri (Frontier Applied Sciences and Technologies) 870 High Lithium Storage Properties of MnFe2O4 Mesoporous Microspheres As an Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Sunkara (Indian Institute of Science) 871 Interface Controls of Lithium-Ion Batteries Electrodes through a Polymerized C60 Surface Coating – J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University of Science and Technology) and C. Hudaya (University of Indonesia, Korea University of Science and Technology) 872 Highly Compressible and Conductive N-Doped Graphene Foam for Lithium Batteries – I. K. Moon (Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology), K. Y. Chun (Korea University), and J. Oh (School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University, Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology) 873 Using Computer Simulations to Understand and Predict the Properties of Paradigmatic LithiumIon Storage Materials – M. Otero, L. Urquiza, S. Chauque, M. Gavilan, E. Perassi, P. Velez, O. A. Oviedo, O. R. Cámara, G. Luque, F. Y. Oliva (INFIQC - Fac. Ciencias Químicas- UNCCórdoba- Argentina.), D. E. Barraco (FaMAF - UNC-CONICET-YTEC), A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS & UPJV), France; RS2E & ALISTORE ERI), and E. P. M. Leiva (INFIQC - Fac. Ciencias Química.-UNC- Córdoba- Argentina.) 874 Parsing the Battery Lithium Supply Chain: A Quantitative as well as a Qualitative View of Lithium Mining, Refining, and its Use in Fabricating Storage Battery Components – J. P. Lifton (Jack Lifton LLC)

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875 In Situ and Ex Situ NMR Studies of High-V Li Cathode Materials – Y. Y. Hu (Florida State University, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), X. Feng, X. Li, P. H. Chien, and A. Rose (Florida State University) 876 A Statistical Model of the Voltage Fade Phenomenon in Lithium-, Manganese-Rich XLiMnO3·(1-x)LiNiaMnbCocO2 Materials – I. Bloom, A. Vu, Y. Qin, C. K. Lin, A. Abouimrane (Argonne National Laboratory), A. K. Burrell (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. Bloom (University of Maryland), D. A. Bass, and J. Bareno (Argonne National Laboratory) 877 In Situ Characterization of Li Transport with Neutrons – D. X. Liu, A. C. Co, D. J. Lyons, and L. R. Cao (The Ohio State University) 878 In Situ Measurements of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Evolution on Silicon Electrodes – I. Yoon (Brown University), D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island), A. F. Bower (School of Engineering, Brown University), and P. R. Guduru (Brown University) 879 Crystalline Grain Interior Configuration and Lithium Migration Kinetics in Li-Rich Layered Oxide – H. Yu (Beijing University of Technology), Y. G. So (The University of Tokyo), A. Kuwabara (Japan Fine Ceramics Center), H. Zhou (AIST), Y. Ikuhara, and T. Kudo (The University of Tokyo) 880 Spray Drying-Assisted Synthesis of Hollow Spherical Li3VO4/C Composites for HighPerformance Lithium Ion Battery Anodes – Y. Yang, J. Li, X. He, J. Wang (State Key Lab of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces), D. Sun (Bluestone Global Technology, Inc.), and J. Zhao (State Key Lab of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces) 881 Designing and Demonstrating Advanced Core-Shell Structured Carbon Coated Electrode Materials for High Power Li-Ion Battery Application – P. M. Pratheeksha, T. N. Rao, and S. Anandan (International Advanced Research Centre) 882 Kinetic Study of Parasitic Reactions in Lithium-Ion Batteries: A Case Study on LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 – X. Zeng, G. Xu, Y. Li, K. Amine, and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) 883 Complexing Mechanistic Impacts on the Microstrucutre and Performances of LiFePO4 Synthesized Via Sol-Gel Approaches – H. Huang and C. Guan (Wright State University) 884 Binder-Free Anode of Cyclized-PAN Coating Si/ SiOx Composite for Lithium Ion Batteries – G. Tan (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Wang, F. Wu (Beijing Institute of Technology), J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 885 Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of Carbon Coated Prelithiated Silicon Nanoparticles As the Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Q. He, M. Ashuri (Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research, Illinois Institute of Technology), and L. Shaw (Illinois Institute of Technology, Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research) 79

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886 Understanding the Evolution of the Li-Rich Antifluorite Li5FeO4 upon Electrochemical Delithiation – C. Zhan, J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 887 High Energy Density Battery Electrodes with Low and Anisotropic Tortuosity – R. Amin (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), B. Delattre, A. P. Tomsia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 888 Theoretical and Experimental Studies on Stabilization of P4332-Type LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 with Oxygen Deficiencies through the MetalSubstitution – H. Shiiba, N. Zettsu, S. Kida (Shinshu University), M. Nakayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology), and K. Teshima (Shinshu University) 889 Impact of Nickel and Manganese Content on the Electrochemical Properties of Li1.13Mn0.54XNi0.27+XCo0.06O2 As Lithium Ion Battery Cathodes – M. Gao, Z. Wang, Z. Wang, Y. Yin, Z. Shao, W. Zhuang (China Automotive Battery Research Institute), and S. Lu (General Research Institute for Non Ferrous Metals) 890 Challenges and Progress in Li and Mn-Rich High Capacity Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – D. Aurbach, P. Nayak, J. Grinblat (Bar-Ilan University), M. D. Levi (Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University), E. Levi, and B. Markovsky (Bar-Ilan University) 891 Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of Nickel-Rich Layered-Structure LiNixCoyMnzO2 (x > 0.65) Cathode Materials Comprising Particles with Ni and Mn Full Concentration Gradients – D. Aurbach, E. M. Erickson, H. Bouzaglo, H. Sclar (Bar-Ilan University), K. J. Park, B. B. Lim (Hanyang University), F. Schipper, C. Ghanty, J. Grinblat, B. Markovsky (Bar-Ilan University), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) 892 The Effect of Shell Thickness, Sintering Temperature and Interdiffusion on the Electrochemical Properties of Lithium-Rich Core-Shell Cathodes – J. Li (Dept. of Process Engineering and Applied Scinece, Dalhousie University), R. Doig (Physics and Atmosphere Science, Dalhousie University), H. Liu (Materials Science and Engineering, McMaster University, McMaster University), G. Botton (McMaster University, Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy,), and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) 893 The Impact of Electrolyte Additives and Cycling Voltage on the Formation of a Rocksalt Surface Layer in LiNi0.8Mn0.1Co0.1 Electrodes – J. Li (Dept. of Process Engineering and Applied Scinece), H. Liu (McMaster University), J. Xia (Dep. of Physics, Dalhousie University), M. Nie (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), G. Botton (Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy,), and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University)

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894 Voltage Variation of Lithium Transition Metal Oxides Caused by the Migration of Cations – Z. Chen, Y. Li, Y. Qin (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 895 A New Strategy to Mitigate the Initial Capacity Loss of Lithium Ion Batteries – X. Su (Argonne National Laboratory), C. K. Lin (Argonne National lab), X. Wang, V. A. Maroni (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), C. Johnson (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and W. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory) 896 Electrochemical and Structural Investigations of Titanate Based Anodes for High Power and Long Cycle Life Li-Ion Battery – D. Choi, S. Cartmell, K. Han, Q. Huang, E. Thomsen, W. Xu, V. Viswanathan, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 897 Free-Standing Nitrogen-Rich Carbonization Polypyrrole Films As Advanced Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – T. Yuan (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology), W. Zhang, Y. S. He (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Centre), S. Zheng (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology), and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Centre, Shanghai Jiao Tong University) 898 Surface Structure Design of Lithium-Rich Layered Cathode Materials Based on Framework and Interlayer Structures – S. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), W. Cho (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), X. Zhang, Y. Oshima (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and J. W. Choi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 899 Porous Si/C Composite Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Z. Fan and M. Wang (University of Science and Technology Beijing) 900 Structural Design and Electrochemical Performances of Hollow Metal Oxide/Carbon Core-Shell Fibers – D. Zhou, M. Li, and L. Z. Fan (University of Science and Technology Beijing) 901 High Performance Iron-Doped LiMnPO4 Cathode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology, Brookhaven National Laboratory), P. Zuo, G. Yin (Harbin Institute of Technology), J. Wang, and J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 902 Flower-like Coo Microstructures Embedded in 3D Interconnected Graphene Hydrogel As Efficient Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – G. Binitha, A. Ashish, D. Ramasubramonian, P. Manikandan (IISER Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, INDIA), and M. M. Shaijumon (IISER, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, INDIA) 903 Fabrication of Li-Rich Cathodes with Enhanced Stability and Electrochemical Performances for Lithium Ion Battery – L. Li (Fujian Institue of Research on the Structure of Matter) and G. Li (Jilin University)

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904 Facile Lithium Ion Transport through Superionic Pathways Formed on the Surface of Li3V2(PO4)3/C for High Power Li-Ion Battery – D. Han, J. Y. Eom, J. H. Yun, S. E. Yoo (Korea Automotive Technology Institute), and Y. M. Kang (Dongguk University) 905 Operando View on the Charge Transport through LiFePO4 Electrodes and the Phase Transformation in Individual LiFePO4 Grains Using Neutron Depth Profiling and Microbeam Synchrotron Diffraction – X. Zhang, T. Verhallen, F. Labohm, M. van Hulzen, D. Singh (Delft University of Technology), J. P. Wright (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), N. H. van Dijk, and M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology) 906 Li2FeP2O7 Nanoparticles with Enhanced Electrochemical Performance Synthesized by a Sol-Gel Method – J. Zheng Sr. (Central South University) 907 High Performance Li-Ion Battery Anodes Based on Silicon-Graphene Self-Assemblies – N. Kim, J. Choi, C. Oh, and J. K. Lee (Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea) 908 Li1.2Ti0.4Mn0.4O2 As 300 m Ah g-1-Class Electrode Material Using Redox Reaction of Oxide Ions – N. Yabuuchi and Y. Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University) 909 In-Situ Solid State NMR for Characterizing Battery Materials – J. L. Lorie Lopez, A. Co, and P. Grandinetti (The Ohio State University) 910 Recent Achievements on High Voltage OlivineType Cathode Materials – G. Cherkashinin, S. U. Sharath, and W. Jaegermann (Technische Universität Darmstadt) 911 KTP-Type (Li,K)VPO4F: A Novel 4V Cathode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – S. S. Fedotov (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), N. R. Khasanova, A. S. Samarin, O. A. Drozhzhin (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), D. Batuk, O. M. Karakulina, J. Hadermann (EMAT, University of Antwerp), A. M. Abakumov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), and E. V. Antipov (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University) 912 Controlled Deposition of Li Metal – Y. Li, X. Wang, Z. Wang, and L. Chen (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 913 Reduced Graphene Oxide Wrapped TiNb2O7 Microsphere Anode Piled up with Nanocrystalline Neatly for High Rate Performance and Cycle Stability in Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Noh (Korea University of Science and Technology), Y. Lee (Korea University), J. Mun (Seoul National University), and W. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 914 Comparative Study on the Electrochemical Performances of SiO Anode Materials with Carbon-Coating and Boron-Doping for LithiumIon Batteries – S. H. Baek, J. Woo, and J. H. Kim (DGIST)

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915 Cracking the Genetic Code of Nickel on the Performance of the High Energy Layered Cathode Materials – W. Lee (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), K. L. Lee, E. Lee (Department of Energy Science), S. Muhammad (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), J. S. Yu (ABRC, Korea Electronics Technology Institute), T. Yim (Seoul National University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 916 Effect of Local Strcutral Changes on Rate Capability of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4-a Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Yoon, J. H. Um, H. Kim, M. Jeong, W. S. Choi, H. Lee, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 917 Unveiling the Reaction Mechanism of Metal Oxide Based Anode Materials with High Abnormal Capacity for Lithium-Ion Batteries By Using Synchrotron X-Ray Techniques – H. Kim (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), M. Balasubramanian (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), J. Yoo, W. Lee, J. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 918 Electrodeposition of Lithium Anode Thin Films and Its Application in All-Solid-State Microbatteries – H. Porthault (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, 38054 Grenoble, France) and C. Decaux (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) 919 CMC As Effective Binder for High-Voltage LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Electrodes – F. De Giorgio, C. Arbizzani, M. Mastragostino (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna), N. Laszczynski (Helmholtz Institute Ulm), and S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) 920 X-Ray Scattering Analysis of the Morphology of TiO2 (B) Nanoparticles – X. Hua (Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Cambridge), Z. Liu (University of St Andrews), P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford), and C. P. Grey (NECCES at University of Cambridge) 921 Phosphorus Electrodes for Li and Na-Ion Batteries: Structural Analysis and Reaction Intermediates – K. J. Griffith, M. Mayo, A. J. Morris, and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge) 922 Nanoconfinement of Metal Hydride-Based Li-Ion Battery Anodes – P. Huen, T. R. Jensen (Aarhus University), and D. B. Ravnsbaek (University of Southern Denmark) 923 Role of the Transition Metal in Intermetallic Anodes – J. T. Vaughey (Argonne National Laboratory) 924 New Formulations of High-Voltage Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries with Water-Soluble Binders – F. Bigoni, C. Arbizzani, F. De Giorgio, and F. Soavi (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna)

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925 Li Insertion and Extraction of Si Electrodes in Three Types of Electrolytes and Structural Aspects of the Interfaces – H. Shobukawa (University of California - San Diego, Asahi Kasei Corporation), J. W. Shin, J. Alvarado, and S. Meng (University of California - San Diego) 926 Cycle Stability of Silicon Nanoparticles Coated with Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Layer for Lithium Ion Battery Anode – C. R. Cho (Pusan National Universiry), H. S. Choi (Pusan National University), D. Pham-Cong (Pusan national University), and J. H. Cho (Pusan National University) 927 High Capacity Li Ion Battery Using OxideCoated Fe- and Ni-Substituted Lithium-Rich Layered Manganese Oxides Cathode – R. Yuge (NEC Corporaton), A. Toda (NEC Coporation), S. Kuroshima (NEC Corporation), M. Shiba, N. Kawano (NEC Coporation), M. Tabuchi (AIST), K. Doumae, H. Shibuya (Tanaka Chemical Corporation), and N. Tamura (NEC Corporation) 928 Binder Free Mesoporous Spinel Oxides As an Anode Materials for High Performance Li-Ion Battery – H. S. Jadhav, G. M. Thorat, and J. G. Seo (Myongji University, Republic of korea) 929 The Effects of Synthesis Conditions on the Performances of Ni-Rich LiNixMnyCozO2 Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Zheng, P. Yan, J. Xiao, C. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA) 930 Hard Carbon Coated Nano-Si/Graphite Composite As a High Performance Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Jeong, X. Li, J. Zheng, P. Yan, R. Cao, C. Wang, J. Liu, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 931 Synthesis of Mono-Dispersed Olive-Shaped LiFePO4 Nanoparticles By Polyol Method – Y. Shen, C. Hai (Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, CAS), Y. Zhou (Qinghai Institute of Salt Lake, CAS), J. Zeng, and Y. Sun (Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, CAS) 932 Revealing Corrosion Chemistry in Lithium Ion Battery and Beyond--a Tale of Two "Cities" – H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 933 Understanding the Structural Evolution of Multiple Cationic Centres during Electrochemical Cycling of Lithium Rich Layered Li2Ru1XFexO3 – R. Satish (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), A. Vanchiappan (Energy Research Institute @NTU), N. Bucher (TUM CREATE, Singapore., Technische Universität München, Germany), S. Hartung (TUM CREATE, Singapore., Technische Universität München,Germany.), J. Franklin (Energy Research Institute @NTU, Singapore.), C. L. Wong (Energy Research Institute @ NTU), and M. Srinivasan (School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU)

934 Reporting on the Unusual Electrochemical Performance of the Low Temperature Orthorhombic Phase of Lithium Iron Silicate – M. Rasool, T. Feldmann (McGill university), H. C. Chiu (McGill University), X. Lu (Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ), McGill University), N. Brodusch, R. Gauvin (McGill University), K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d'Hydro-Québec (IREQ)), and G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University) 935 LiCoO2 degradation Behavior in the HighVoltage Phase-Transition Region and Improved Reversibility with Surface Coating – A. Yano, M. Shikano (AIST), A. Ueda (AIST, Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.), H. Sakaebe (AIST), and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University) 936 Surface Modifications of LiFePO4 Electrode for Aqueous Lithium Ion Batteries – A. V. Tron, J. Kim (Incheon National University), J. H. Ryu (Korea Polytechnic University), W. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and J. Mun (Incheon National University) 937 Enhanced Electrochemical Properties of LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2 Cathode Materials with RuO2 Coating Layer By Atomic Layer Deposition – T. E. Hong, M. R. Byeon, Y. Jang, E. D. Jeong (Korea Basic Science Institute), and S. H. Kim (Yeungnam University) 938 All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries Using NiPS3 Electrode and Li2S-P2S5 Solid Electrolyte – Y. Fujii, Y. Sutoh, A. Miura, M. Higuchi, and K. Tadanaga (Hokkaido University) 939 Carbon Laminated Silicon/Graphene Composite Anodes with Improved Capacity and Cycling Stability – K. F. Chiu, H. J. Leu, S. H. Su, and B. C. Yang (Feng Chia University) 940 One Dimensional Building Blocks-Internetworked Heteronanomats As a Platform Architecture for High-Performance Ultrahigh-Capacity LithiumIon Battery Cathodes – J. M. Kim, S. H. Kim, J. H. Kim, D. G. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology), and S. Y. Lee (Department of Energy Engineering, UNIST) 941 Scaling Effects of the Synthesis of Lithium- and Manganese-Rich Cathode Materials Via Carbonate Co-Precipitation – A. Kenkel, R. Kloepsch, J. Wang, and J. Li (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster) 942 Following Synthesis and Structure of Spinel and Layered Compounds Using Neutron Powder Diffraction – A. Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 943 Improved Performance for Lithium Rich Layered Oxides Via High Throughput Technologies – K. Carroll, B. Li, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies) 944 Energy-Density Optimization in Lithium-Rich Layered-Oxide Cathode Materials – R. Benedek and H. Iddir (Argonne National Laboratory)

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945 Cycling Results for Doped Silicon Nanoparticles in Li-Ion Battery Anodes – T. T. Mongstad, H. F. Andersen, Ø. Nordseth, H. Klette, J. P. Maehlen, W. Filtvedt, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) 946 In Situ Stress Measurements during Electrochemical Activation in Li2MnO3-Based Cathodes – L. Nation (Brown University), J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), C. James, Y. Qi (Michigan State University), N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and B. W. Sheldon (Brown University) 947 Design and Processing of Advanced Lithium-Ion Electrode Materials – B. T. Yonemoto, Y. Shin, J. R. Croy, and M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 948 2D/3D Imaging Phase Transformation during Battery Operation with Synchrotron Hard X-Ray Microscopy – J. Wang and J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 949 Bulk and Surface Modifications in High Ni Cathode Materials – R. Pinedo, D. Weber, K. Weldert, W. Zeier (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), and J. Janek (Justus-LiebigUniversität Giessen) 950 Structure and Electrochemistry of Lithium-CobaltOxide Spinels and Their Role in 'layered-Spinel' Composite Cathodes – E. Lee, J. D. Blauwkamp, J. S. Park (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Wu (Northwestern University), F. Dogan, R. Benedek, J. R. Croy (Argonne National Laboratory), V. Dravid (Northwestern University), and M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 951 Voltage Fade Phenomenon and Structural Stability of Lithium- and Manganese-Rich NickelManganese-Cobalt Oxides – J. Bareno, Y. Li, A. Vu (Argonne National Laboratory), P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), M. Bettge (Currently at Apple Inc.), R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago), Z. Chen, D. P. Abraham, and I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory) 952 Development of TiO2 Based Anodes with Ionic Speek Binder in Lithium Ion Battery – H. J. Leu, K. F. Chiu, S. H. Su, and P. Y. Liao (Feng Chia University) 953 Morphology-Tuned Synthesis of NiCo2O4-Coated 3D Graphene Architectures As Binder-Free Electrode for Lithium Ion Battery – C. Zhang and J. S. Yu (DGIST) 954 Controllable Fabrication of CoMn2O4 Microflowers and Microspheres As HighPerformance Lithium Ion Battery Anode Material – Y. Jin, Q. Jiang (Guyue New Material Research Institute), Y. Zhao, and C. Ji (College of Environmental and Energy Engineering) 955 Cycle Performance and Morphology Change Associated with SEI Formation in Si-FlakePowder Anodes – M. Haruta, T. Moriyasu, R. Hioki, Y. Masuo, S. Yoshida (Doshisha University), A. Tomita, T. Takenaka (Oike & Co., Ltd.), T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)

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956 Mg2si Anode with Greatly Enhanced Cycle Life – H. Zhan, F. Men, and H. Zhong (Wuhan University) 957 Structural and Chemical Characterization of Li-Ion Batteries – L. Romano, M. Neuburger, L. Tsung, Y. Schneider, V. Pajcini, S. Robie, and X. Wang (Evans Analytical Group) 958 All-Solid-State Flexible Lithium Batteries on Polyimide Substrate Using Excixmer Laser Annealing – H. Yim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul National University (SNU)), Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU)), and J. W. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 959 Investigation on Electrochemical Properties of TiNb6O17 As the New Anode Materials for High Power Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. S. Lee and K. S. Ryu (Department of Chemistry, University of Ulsan) 960 Evaluation of the Electrochemical Performance of Li4Ti5-XAlxO12 as Anode Material for LithiumIon Batteries – N. M. Ncube and H. Zheng (CSIR) 961 Towards an All Solid State Lithium Battery Beyond 5 V – A. Windmüller (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH - IEK-1), C. L. Tsai (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), H. G. Gehrke (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH - IEK-1), S. Uhlenbruck, and O. Guillon (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1) 962 Enhanced Rate Capability in Two Phase Reaction in LiFePO4 By Interfacial Modification Between Cathode and Electrolyte – Y. Orikasa, T. Yoshinari, E. Kato, T. Mori, K. Nakanishi, and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University) 963 Novel Method of Contrast Improvement Applied to Lithium Ion Battery Electrode Materials Enabling Multi Modal and Super-High Resolution 3D Imaging and Advanced Quantification – M. Biton, V. Yufit, F. Tariq (Imperial College London), M. Kishimoto (Kyoto University), and N. P. Brandon (Imperial College London) 964 Electrochemical Characteristics of Silicon/Carbon Anode Composite with Various Binders and Additives – J. D. Lee and J. Y. Park (Chungbuk National University) 965 Simplification in Processing Lithium-IronPhosphate-Powders By Design of Secondary Agglomerates – K. H. Pettinger (University of Applied Sciences Landshut) 966 The Effect of Carbon Starting Material on Li/CFx Batteries with Graphene Paper As Flexible Current Collector – W. Yang (Engineering Center of Power and Energy Storage Systems, Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), Y. Dai (Shanghai University), M. Zhang (Engineering Center of Power and Energy Storage Systems, Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), G. Dang, F. Min (Engineering Center of Power and Energy Storage Systems), and J. Xie (Harbin Institute of Technology)

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967 Cus-Carbon Composite As Cathode Material for Lithium Secondary Batteries – Y. Li, W. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), R. Guo, H. Pei (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 968 A Mixture of LiMn2O4 and Li[Li0.167Ni0.225Co0.005Mn0.558]O2 As Positive Active Material of Lithium Ion Battery – Y. Luo (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.), T. Lu (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage BatteryTech. Co. Ltd.), Y. Zhang (Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd., Fudan University), J. Xie (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage), L. Yan, and Y. Feng (Shanghai Engineering Center for Power and Energy Storage, Shanghai Power & Energy Storage Battery Tech. Co. Ltd.) 969 Study the Performance of LiCoO2 for 4.5V Lithium Ion Battery – G. Han (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), W. Li (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-sources), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 970 Thermodynamic Characterization of the Hydrogen Sorption Reaction of Lithium Silicides – F. Biedermann, N. Jürich, D. Thomas, R. Hüttl, J. Seidel, K. Bohmhammel, and F. Mertens (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg) 971 Relaxation Effects of the Negative Electrode Tisnsb Using 119sn Mössbauer and 7li MAS NMR Spectroscopies – N. Dupre (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN, CNRS), K. Johnston (ALISTORE-ERI European Research Institute), A. Darwiche (RS2E), L. Stievano (RS2E - CNRS FR3459), D. Guyomard (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), C. P. Grey (NECCES at University of Cambridge), and L. Monconduit (ALISTORE-ERI European Research Institute) 972 Effects of Adsorbed Water on Nano Silicon for Lithium-Ion Battery – S. Yoshida (DENSO CORPORATION), Y. Masuo (Doshisha University), D. Shibata (DENSO CORPORATION), M. Haruta, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) 973 Why Is Li2MnSiO4 Unstable in Li-Ion Battery Cell? Structural Studies at Different Stages of Electrochemical Reaction – M. Swietoslawski (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry), M. Gajewska (AGH University of Science and Technology), and M. Molenda (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry) 974 Post-Mortem Analysis of Commercial NMC/Graphite Li-Ion Pouch Cells within Mat4Bat European Project – A. Iturrondobeitia (Cic Energigune), F. Aguesse (CIC EnergiGUNE), T. Waldmann, M. Kasper, M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW), and E. Bekaert (CIC Energigune) 975 A New Partial Atomic Layer Deposition Coating Technique to Assess Battery CyclePerformance Effects of Different Surface Sites of LiNi0.5Mn0.3Co0.2O2 – D. H. K. Jackson, W. Chang, D. Morgan, M. K. Mahanthappa, and T. F. Kuech (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

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976 Mapping of Spatial Inhomogeneities with Laboratory X-Ray Diffraction – M. Wolf, S. Khawaja (University of Illinois - Chicago), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 977 Investigation of Electrochemically Driven Li-Si Phase Formation and Li Diffusion – D. J. Lyons and A. Co (The Ohio State University) 978 Ionically Crosslinked Chitosan-Tripolyphosphate Binder for Silicon Anode in Lithium Ion Batteries – A. Haldar and G. Chen (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) 979 Redox Activity of Li3VF6 and Similar Compounds at High Voltages – M. R. Plews, J. Krakra, W. Neto, M. Aslam, M. Samreen, T. Yi (University of Illinois at Chicago), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 980 Iron Oxalates As Novel Electrode Materials for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – W. Yao, A. R. Armstrong, and P. Lightfoot (University of St. Andrews) 981 Cycling and Aging Studies of Li-Based Cathode Materials Via Aberration-Corrected STEM – P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago) 982 High Capacity Li-Ion Anodes with Tunable Rate Capability Comprised of Si-Ge Branched Nanowire Heterostructures – T. Kennedy (MSSI and CES department, University of Limerick, Ireland) and K. M. Ryan (MSSI and CES Department, University of Limerick, Ireland) 983 Small Molecule Carboxylic Acids As Efficient Binders for Silicon-Based Anodes – C. C. Nguyen, D. M. Seo, and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) 984 High-Performance Snsb Nanostructured Electrode Assembly for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Q. Jiang (Guyue New Material Research Institute), M. Jia (College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology), D. Hu (National 863 Program Power Battery Test Base, China North Vehicle Research Institute), Y. Jin (Guyue New Material Research Institute), Y. Zhao, and C. Ji (College of Environmental and Energy Engineering, Guyue New Material Research Institute) 985 Enthalpies of Formation of Layered LiNixMnxCo12xO2 Compounds As Promising Li-Ion Battery Cathode Materials – M. Masoumi, D. M. Cupid, T. L. Reichmann, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) 986 Reaction Mechanism and Dynamics of Selenium As Cathode for High Energy Density LithiumIon Battery – Q. Li, J. Wu, H. Liu, and V. Dravid (Northwestern University) 987 First Principles Design of Hybrid Cathode Architectures Based on LiMn2O4 Spinel Oxides – S. Kim (Northwestern University), M. Aykol (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Northwestern University), and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University)

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988 The Nanode 3D Tin Anode for High Energy and High Rate – S. Moroz, M. Wieser, M. Brown, and K. Gamboa (Nano-Nouvelle Pty Ltd) 989 Electronic-Structure Analyses of Li-Ion-Battery Electrodes By Soft X-Ray Absorption/Emission Spectroscopy Including Operando experiments – D. Asakura, E. Hosono (AIST), H. Niwa (ISSP, The University of Tokyo, SRRO, The University of Tokyo), H. Kiuchi (Department of Appl. Chem., The University of Tokyo), J. Miyawaki (SRRO, The University of Tokyo, ISSP, The University of Tokyo), Y. Nanba, M. Okubo, H. Matsuda (AIST), M. Oshima (SRRO, The University of Tokyo), and Y. Harada (ISSP, The University of Tokyo, SRRO, The University of Tokyo) 990 Li4Ti5O12 on Graphene for Lithium Ion Batteries with High Rate Performance – L. Wen, C. M. Liu (Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Q. G. Huang (Deyang Carbonene Technology Co., Ltd.), H. Z. Luo (CSIR, South Africa), and F. Li (Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 991 The Effect of Binders on the Performance of Silicon Oxide – H. Huang (Shanghai Institude of Technology), G. Han (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources), J. Xie (Harbin Institute of Technology), and Q. Zhang (Shanghai institute of technology) 992 A One-Pot Route for Uniform Deposition of Metal Oxide and Metal Sulfide Nanoparticles on Reduced Graphene Oxide Using Supercritical Alcohols – J. Kim (Sungkyungkwan University) and D. Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University) 993 The Significant Influence of the Conductive Carbon Additive on the Performance of High Areal Capacity Silicon Electrodes – Z. Karkar (INRSEMT; CNRS-IMN), D. Mazouzi (CNRS-IMN), C. Reale Hernandez, L. Roué (INRS-EMT), D. Guyomard, and B. Lestriez (CNRS-IMN) 994 Porous Three-Dimension Activated Reduced Graphene Oxide As Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – X. Zhu, M. Wei (Central China Normal University), S. Wu (University of Science and Technology of China), L. Zuo, X. Qu, L. He, Y. Zhong (Central China Normal University), and Y. Zhu (University of Science and Technology of China) 995 In-Situ X-Ray Studies of Unmodified Commercial Pouch Cells – T. M. Bond, J. Zhou, and J. Reid (Canadian Light Source) 996 One-Pot Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanoblock Deposited on 3D Porous Graphene Architecture for Lithium Ion Storage – S. Yun and H. S. Park (SungKyunKwan University) 997 Improved Cyclability of Silicon/Porous-Carbon Composite with Ag Nanoparticles for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes – S. Y. Lee, E. H. Chung (Korea Basic Science Institute), T. E. Hong (Basic Science Institute), J. S. Bae (Korea Basic Science Institute), J. K. Lee (Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea), J. S. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University), and E. D. Jeong (Korea Basic Science Institute)

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998 A Rapid Assessment to Disperse Tailored Acetylene Blacks for the Battery Requiring a Few Amount of Conductive Agents – T. Sonoda (Denka Co. Ltd.), S. Osumi (Denka Co. Ltd), T. Arai, Y. Nako, T. Nagai, A. Yoda, Y. Takeuchi, T. Itoh, and H. Yokota (Denka Co. Ltd.) 999 Si(O,N)C Ceramics of Controlled Porosity for Storage of Lithium Ions – D. Vrankovic, M. Storch (Technische Universität Darmstadt), R. Riedel, and M. Graczyk-Zajac (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany) 1000 High Rate, Stable Porous Silicon Deposition By Thermal Plasma Technology – R. C. M. Bosch, D. M. Borsa (Meyer Burger (Netherlands) B.V.), and F. M. Mulder (Delft University of Technology) 1001 Chemical and Structural Evolution of Layered Lithium-Transition Metal Oxide Cathode Material upon Cycling – H. Liu, M. Bugnet, M. Tessaro, K. J. Harris (McMaster University), M. Jiang (GM R&D Center), G. R. Goward (McMaster University), and G. A. Botton (Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy, McMaster University) 1002 New Polyimides As Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – G. Hernández (POLYMAT, University of the Basque Country UPV/ EHU), S. M. Morozova, A. S. Shaplov, E. I. Lozinskaya, Y. S. Vygodskii (Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds RAS), D. Shanmukaraj (CIC Energigune), M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE), and D. Mecerreyes (POLYMAT University of the Basque Country) 1003 Li2MnO3/Graphene Composite Anode Material for Lithium Ion Battery – H. Luo (CSIR, South Africa) and L. Wen (Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 1004 Electrochemical Calorimetry of Li1.2Ni0.15Mn0.55Co0.1O2 – Y. Kobayashi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), K. Shono (Electric Power Engineering Systems Co., Ltd.,), H. Miyashiro (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), and D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory) 1005 Enhanced Performance of Different Carbon Coated Nano-LiFePO4/C Composites for Lithium Battery By Vacuum Thermal Decomposition – X. P. Huang (National Engineering Laboratory for Vacuum Metallurgy, Key Lab for Nonferrous Vacuum Metallurgy of Yunnan), Y. C. Yao, F. Liang, Y. C. Du, and Y. N. Dai (National Engineering Laboratory for Vacuum Metallurgy) 1006 Towards Following SEI Formation in-Situ Using Ambient Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy – J. Maibach (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), R. Maripuu (Uppsala University), M. Andersson, S. Urpelainen (MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University), J. Schnadt (Lund University), T. Gustafsson, H. Rensmo (Uppsala University), K. Edstrom (Uppsala University, Sweden), H. Siegbahn, and M. Hahlin (Uppsala University)

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1007 Investigation on Average and Local Crystal Structures and Electronic Structure Change of Li-Rich Solid Solution Cathode Material 0.4Li2MnO3-0.6LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 during Charge-Discharge Process Using Neutron Beam and Synchrotron X-Ray Sources and FirstPrinciples Calculations – Y. Idemoto, Y. Sera, N. Ishida, and N. Kitamura (Tokyo University of Science) 1008 Control of Lattice Orientation and Interface of LiCoO2 for All Solid State Batteries – A. X. Sun, Y. Liu (The University of Western Ontario), Q. Sun (University of Western Ontario), M. Norouzi Banis (The University of Western Ontario), and R. Li (University of Western Ontario) 1009 Correlation Study Between 3D Three-Phase Electrode Morphology and Li-Ion Battery Performance: A Case for LiFePO4 – H. Wang (Northwestern University), Z. Liu (Northwestern Univerisity), T. Verhallen, D. Singh, M. Wagemaker (Delft University of Technology), and S. A. Barnett (Northwestern University) 1010 Nanostructured Si Alloys Via Ethanol Delithiation – L. Zhao and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) 1011 Operando Raman Spectroscopy to Understand the Reaction Mechanisms of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 in LiIon Batteries – L. Boulet-Roblin (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), M. Ben Yahia (ICG, CTMM, CNRS 5253, Universite Montpellier 2), D. Streich (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), P. Borel, C. Tessier (SAFT), and C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory) 1012 Morphological Evolution of Multilayer Ni/ NiO Thin Film Anodes during Lithiation – G. Evmenenko (Northwestern University), T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory), D. B. Buchholz (Northwestern University), J. Esbenshade (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), X. Chen, Q. Li, J. Wu, V. Dravid (Northwestern University), P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory), and M. J. Bedzyk (Northwestern University) 1013 Carbonized Binders for Li-Ion Battery Anodes – T. Hatchard, P. Bissonnette (Dalhousie University, Department of Chemistry), and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) 1014 A Simple Maturation Process to Increase the Performance of Si-Based Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – C. Reale Hernandez (INRS-EMT), Z. Karkar (INRS-EMT; CNRS-IMN), D. Guyomard, B. Lestriez (CNRS-IMN), and L. Roué (INRSEMT) 1015 Operando Visual and Electrochemical Correlation of Dendrite Evolution in Li Metal Electrodes – K. N. Wood, E. Kazyak, K. H. Chen, and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

1016 Stabilization of High Energy Cathodes By Introducing Conformal Passivating Shells on the Surface – B. J. Kwon (University of Illinois at Chicago), P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), B. Key (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), C. Kim (Chungnam National University), R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 1017 One-Step Pyro-Synthetic Strategy of LiFePO4Li3V2(PO4)3 Nanocomposite with a High Energy Density for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Jo, J. Song, S. Kim, M. H. Alfaruqi, S. Kim, Y. Kim, S. Nam, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 1018 Porous TiO2 Electrodes Prepared By a Rapid PyroSynthesis for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries – V. Mathew, J. Gim, Y. Oh, M. H. Alfaruqi, J. Song, S. Kim, J. Jo, T. Vu Thi, S. Kim, S. Lee, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) 1019 Facile Redox Synthesis of Layered LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 for Rechargeable LiIon Batteries – J. P. Baboo (Chonnam national university), J. Gim, J. Song, S. Kim, J. Jo, D. T. Pham, S. Kim, J. Yang, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University)

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1020 Running a Battery Lab with Low Cost Raspberry Pi's – S. D. Beattie (Warwick University) 1021 Direct Coating of Separator on Electrode Foils – A. Wuersig (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology ISIT), F. Durst (FMP TECHNOLOGY GMBH), H. Dreger (Technische Universität Braunschweig), and O. Zink (Jonas & Redmann Automationstechnik GmbH) 1022 On the Versatility of Melt-Synthesis of LiFePO4 cathode Material – M. Talebi-Esfandarani, S. Rousselot (Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal), L. Jin (Chemical Engineering Department Polytechnique Montreal), T. Bibienne, M. Gauthier (Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal), P. Chartrand (Chemical Engineering Department Polytechnique Montreal), P. Sauriol (Chemical Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal), A. Seifitokaldani (Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal), G. Liang (Johnson Matthey Battery Materials Ltd, Canada), and M. Dollé (Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal) 1023 Enabling Increased Thickness Electrodes Using Binders with Discrete Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes – C. Bosnyak, M. Finlayson, S. Peddini, J. Gazda, M. Jungman, N. Henderson (Black Diamond Structures), J. Fleetwood, S. J. Forbey (Battery Innovation Center), and A. Gordon (Battery Innovation Center, Indiana) 1024 Printed Cellulose Nano Fiber Separator and Its Application to All Printed Supercapacitor – H. Kang, Y. Rho, S. Lee, and J. Y. Hwang (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology)

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1025 Flow-Assist Free Zn/NiOOH Battery Prepared By Electrodeposition – T. Hara (Institute of Batteries, Nazarbayev University Research and Innovation System), K. Korzhynbayeva (Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries), A. Belgibayeva, A. Moldabayeva (Institute of Batteries), and Z. Bakenov (Institute of Batteries LLC, Nazarbayev University) 1026 Electrochemical Approach to Investigate the Electrolyte Wetting Process of Lithium-Ion Cells – C. Reinke (Dresden University of Technology), K. Nikolowski, M. Wolter (Fraunhofer IKTS), and A. Michaelis (TU Dresden, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaften)

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1027 Explore the Failure Mechanism(s) in Lithium-Ion Batteries By Forensic Analysis Techniques – A. Wu, L. Chen, D. Wu, and C. Wang (Underwriters Laboratories Taiwan Co., Ltd.) 1028 Ultrathin Coating of Nitrogen and Sulfur Co-Doped Graphene Nanosheets on Polymer Separator for Suppressing Dendritic Lithium Growth in Lithium Metal Batteries – J. Cho, W. K. Shin, A. G Kannan, and D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University) 1029 Development of Lithium-Ion Battery with New Shutdown System Using Redox-Shuttle Compound – N. Yoshida, K. Inoue, and K. Utsugi (Smart Energy Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation) 1030 Lioh and Li2CO3 Removal By a Dry Process Using Atmospheric Pressure Plasma – D. C. Seok, S. You (National Fusion Research Institute), and Y. H. Jung (National Fusion Research Institue) 1031 Fluorine Passivation Layer Generation on Ncm Cathode Powder By Atmospheric Pressure Plasma – H. Y. Jeong (Kunsan National University), S. You (National Fusion Research Institute), and Y. H. Jung (National Fusion Research Institue) 1032 Investigation on the Anode Surface of High Specific Energy Li-Ion Batteries – X. Chao-xiang, Z. Xinbin, J. De-Chao, G. Hai-tao, and W. Ke (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources) 1033 The Safety Problem of Lithium Plating in LithiumIon Cells and Possible Solutions to Prevent It – T. Waldmann, B. I. Hogg, M. Kasper, and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW) 1034 A Risk Assessment Methodology to Prioritise Risks in Large, Stationary Li-Ion Battery Systems – G. Mulder (VITO, Unit of Energy Technology) and K. Trad (VITO, unit Energy Technology) 1035 Dynamic Impedance As a Cell Grading and Selection Method for the Lib Pack – J. Chung (PCTEST Engineering) 1036 The Effects of High G Impacts on Li-Ion Batteries – N. Shahed Khah (Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick), G. J. Offer, Y. Patel (Imperial College London), R. Bhagat, and R. Dashwood (Warwick University)

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1037 Investigation of Solid Electrolyte Interface Formation for Battery Optimization and Safety – A. Parker, R. Mu, and S. K. Hargrove (TIGER Institute, Tennessee State University) 1038 Safe Discharge of Damaged Li-Ion Batteries with Redox-Shuttle Additives – M. Wachtler, B. Emmermacher, M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, and H. Döring (ZSW) 1039 AlOOH-Based Nanocomposite Separators for Enhanced Safety and Performance – D. W. Avison (Optodot Corporation), S. Carlson, and B. Sloan (Optodot)

Topic 4: Electrolytes III – 17:30 – 21:00 •

1040 Electrochemical Characteristics of Garnet-LLZO Materials Doping By Chemical Elements for All Solid Lithium Batteries – S. H. Yang, M. Y. Kim, D. H. Kim, K. J. Kim, S. W. Choi, T. H. Noh, H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), and M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) 1041 Combined Experimental-Computational Investigation of Electrolytes for Sodium Based Rechargeable Battery Technology – D. G. Kuroda, G. J. Schneider, R. Kumar (Louisiana State University), and R. Jorn (Villanova University) 1042 Electrode/Electrolyte Interface Contact Improvement of All Solid State Lithium Ion Batteries By Additional "Buffer Layer" – L. Sang (University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana), R. G. Nuzzo (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), and A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1043 Characterization of the Cathode Electrolyte Interface in Lithium Ion Batteries By Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry (DESIMS) – Y. M. Liu, B. G. Nicolau, and A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1044 Similarities Between the Cathode and Anode Solid Electrolyte Interphase As Determined By MALDI-MS and DESI-MS – B. G. Nicolau, Y. M. Liu, R. Rooney (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), P. Redfern, L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), R. G. Nuzzo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign) 1045 Solvent Activity in Highly Concentrated Electrolyte and Reversible Li Intercalation into Graphite Electrode – R. Tatara, H. Moon, A. Hirai, K. Ueno, M. L. Thomas, K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) 1046 Evaluation of Electrolytes for Si-Based Negative Electrodes – L. Yang (General Motors, R&D Center), M. Cai (General Motors, Global R&D Center), P. Lu (General Motors R&D Center), F. Dai (GM Global R&D Center), M. Jiang (GM R&D Center), Q. Xiao (GM Global R&D Center), M. W. Verbrugge (General Motors, R&D Center), and M. Ruthkosky (GM Global R&D Center) 87

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1047 Development of Novel Noncarbonate Electrolytes for Silicon Alloy Anodes – Y. Zhu, G. Cheng, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies) 1048 Improvement of Li-Ion Conductivity and Structural Characterization in Argyrodite-Type Glass Ceramics – T. Tsujimura, N. Suzuki, and Y. Aihara (Samsung R&D Institute Japan) 1049 Mn(II) Scavenging Electrolyte Additive and Functional Binder – H. S. Kim, J. G. Lee, S. M. Kim, J. Kim, J. Soon, J. B. Lee (Seoul National University), J. Mun (Incheon National University), J. H. Ryu (Korea Polytechnic University), and S. M. Oh (Seoul National University) 1050 Fabrication of All-Solid-State Batteries Using Li3BO3-Based Glass-Ceramic Electrolytes – K. Nagao, A. Hayashi, and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University) 1051 Liquid-Phase Synthesis of High Lithium-Ion Conducting Li6PS5Br Solid Electrolyte Using Ethanol and Its Application to All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries – S. Yubuchi, A. Hayashi, and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University) 1052 Enhancement of Ionic Conductivity of Composite Membranes for All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries – J. W. Park, J. Y. Park, J. H. Choi, S. M. Lee, and C. H. Doh (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) 1053 A New Thermally Stable and Conducting Electrolyte Based on Litdi As Lithium Salt for LiIon Batteries – C. L. Berhaut (Laboratoire PCM2E (EA 6296)), G. Schmidt (Arkema CRRA), L. Timperman (Laboratoire PCM2E), D. Lemordant (PCM2E (EA6299) Université François Rabelais de Tours), and M. Anouti (PCM2E (EA6299) Université François Rabelais de Tours) 1054 Rational Design of 5V Electrolytes – B. Flamme (PSL Research University, IRCP, UMR CNRS 8247), M. Haddad, P. Phansavath, V. Vidal (Chimie-Paristech, IRCP, UMR 8247), and A. Chagnes (Chimie-Paristech, IRCP, UMR 8247, RS2E) 1055 Silyl and Silyl/Carbonate Blend Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Battery Applications – L. J. Lyons (Grinnell College), A. Peña Hueso (Silatronix, Inc,), T. Johnson, and R. West (Silatronix) 1056 Grain Boundary Engineering in Solid-State Ionic Conductors – C. R. Stoldt and I. Lisenker (University of Colorado-Boulder) 1057 Correlation Between Free Volume and Ionic Conductivity of Non-Aqueous Lithium Battery Electrolyte Solutions over a Wide Concentration Range – Y. Abu-Lebdeh (National Research Council Of Canada), J. Tam, and H. Soboleski (University Of Waterloo) 1058 Organosilicon-Based Electrolytes with Superior Thermal and Electrochemical Stability to Enable High Energy Lithium Ion Batteries – M. L. Usrey (Silatronix), A. Peña Hueso (Silatronix, Inc,), P. Du, L. Zhou, T. Johnson (Silatronix), R. J. Hamers (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and R. West (Silatronix)

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1059 Electrochemical Performance of All-Solid-State Batteires Using Size Controlled Sulfide Based Solid Electrolyte – S. Noh, L. Y. Choi, S. H. Son, C. H. Park, and D. Shin (Hanyang University) 1060 Electrochemical Properties of Glyme-Based Complex Electrolytes for Na and Mg Batteries – S. Terada, H. Susa, S. Suzuki, Y. Kamei (Yokohama National University), K. Dokko (Yokohama National University, Kyoto University), and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) 1061 Ionic Liquid - Alkyl Carbonate Hybrid Electrolytes: Understanding Their Interfacial Electrochemistry in Lithium Batteries – S. Theivaprakasam (IITB Monash Research Academy, IIT Bombay,Monash University), D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University), and S. Mitra (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay) 1062 Corrosion Prevention Mechanism of Aluminum Metal in Superconcentrated Electrolytes – C. H. Chiang, Y. Yamada (The University of Tokyo), K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), J. Wang (The University of Tokyo), Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo) 1063 Superconcentrated Electrolytes for a High-Voltage Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Wang (The University of Tokyo), Y. Yamada (Kyoto University, The University of Tokyo), K. Sodeyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Kyoto University), C. H. Chiang (The University of Tokyo), Y. Tateyama (Kyoto University, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo, Kyoto University) 1064 A Hydrate Melt Electrolyte for High Energy Density Aqueous Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Yamada, K. Usui (The University of Tokyo), K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO), S. Ko (The University of Tokyo), Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo) 1065 Superconcentrated Electrolytes for Sodium-Ion Batteries – K. Takada, Y. Yamada, J. Wang, C. H. Lien (The University of Tokyo), K. Hirata, T. Kawase (NIPPON SHOKUBAI CO., LTD.), and A. Yamada (The University of Tokyo) 1066 Oxide-Based All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries Assembled By Spark Plasma Sintering – T. Okumura, T. Takeuchi, and H. Kobayashi (AIST) 1067 Observation of Li2s-P2S5 Crystalline Glass By Transmission Electron Microscopy – S. Mori, H. Tsukasaki, Y. Suginaka, Y. Mori, T. Matsuyama, A. Hayashi, and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University) 1068 Direct Experimental Observation of the Interfacial Instability of the Fast Ionic Conductor Li10GeP2S12 at the Lithium Metal Anode – S. Wenzel (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen), W. G. Zeier (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany), and J. Janek (Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen)

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1069 Understanding the Roles of Electrolyte Additives on the Surface Modification Mechanism of SiliconBased Anodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Xu, F. Lindgren (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), N. Dupre (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN, CNRS), B. Lestriez, D. Guyomard (CNRS-IMN), K. Edström, and T. Gustafsson (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University) 1070 Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for High Temperature Lithium-Ion Batteries – N. Plylahan, M. Kerner, D. H. Lim, and P. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology) 1071 Correlation Between Solvation Structure and IonConductive Properties of Highly-Concentrated Poly(ethylene carbonate)-Based Electrolytes – K. Kimura and Y. Tominaga (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) 1072 Impurity Formation of Garnet-like Solid Electrolyte Densified By Spark Plasma Sintering – H. Yamada and T. Ito (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagasaki University) 1073 Thermal Stability and Decomposition of Lithium Bis(fluorosulfonyl)Imide (LiFSI) Salts – M. Kerner, N. Plylahan, J. Scheers, and P. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology) 1074 Inverse Modelling Approach to the Determination of Concentration-Dependent Transport Properties in Electrolytes: The Effect of Ion Pairing – A. K. Sethurajan, J. M. Foster, S. Krachkovskiy (McMaster University), I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global Research & Development), G. Richardson (University of Southampton), G. R. Goward, and B. Protas (McMaster University) 1075 Synthesis and Li-Ion Diffusion Studies of Li6Hf2O7 As Solid-State Electrolyte for Li-Ion Batteries – M. Amores (University of Glasgow), E. J. Cussen (University of Strathclyde), and S. A. Corr (University of Glasgow) 1076 Solvent Effect on the Kinetics of Lithium-Ion Intercalation Reaction – V. A. Nikitina (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), S. Y. Vassiliev, and E. E. Levin (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University) 1077 A Novel Ceramic-Polymer Composite Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries – F. H. Richter, S. Zekoll, C. Marriner-Edwards, A. K. Hekselman, J. Kasemchainan (University of Oxford), D. Cai, R. Wallace, J. H. J. Thijssen (University of Edinburgh), and P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) 1078 Understanding the Effects of Diphenyl Octyl Phosphate As a Solid Electrolyte Interphase Forming Additive for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Ivanov, S. Mai, A. Müller (Technische Universität Ilmenau), A. Dimitrova (Thechnische Universität Ilmenau), S. Krischok, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) 1079 Novel Sodium Tin Sulfides As Electrolyte for Solid State Sodium Ion Batteries – M. McDaniel (Georgia Institute of Technology), S. Xiong (georgia institute of technology), H. Wang, and H. Chen (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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1080 12V Amorphous LLTO Solid Electrolyte – Y. Wang, Z. Zheng (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Z. K. Liu (The Pennsylvania State University), and H. Fang (Pennsylvania State University) 1081 Mechanistic Studies of Fluorinated Electrolyte for High Voltage Lithium-Ion Battery – M. He (WPI), C. C. Su (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Wang (Battery Resourcers LLC), Z. Zhang, and C. Peebles (Argonne National Laboratory) 1082 Microwave Sintered Cubic Si-Doped Li7La3Zr2O12 with Improved Li-Ion Conductivity and High Density – D. Xu, Y. Wu (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources), W. Tian, and W. Tang (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 1083 Advanced Ceramic Li Ion Electrolytes for AllSolid-State Li Ion Batteries – V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary) 1084 Solid State Electrolytes for Next-Generation Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Narayanan (University of Calgary) and V. Thangadurai (University of calgary) 1085 Novel Ionic-Liquid Type of Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries – C. Zhang (NIMS) 1086 Impact of Sintering Temperature on Conductivity of Solid-State Electrolyte in Li-Ion Battery System – U. Farooq, A. Samson, B. Pilapil, P. Ganjeh Anzabi, M. Trifkovic, V. Thangadurai, and E. P. L. Roberts (University of Calgary) 1087 The Negative Effect of Cyclic Carbonate-Based Electrolyte on the Electrochemical Performance of Copper Sulfides – X. Li and Z. Yingjie (Kunming University of Science and Technology) 1088 Gel Membranes for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Zhu (College of Energy, Nanjing Tech University), M. Li (Department of Chemistry, Fudan University), L. Fu (College of Energy, Nanjing Tech University), and Y. Wu (Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, DKJ Energy Co. Ltd.) 1089 Liquefied Gas Electrolytes for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – C. S. Rustomji, Y. Yang, T. Kim, E. Caldwell, H. Yoon, and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego) 1090 Solid Electrolytes: Bulk and Grain Boundary Li Ion Conductivity of Li1.5Al0.5Ti1.5(PO4)3 – S. Breuer, D. Prutsch (Institute for Chem. and Techn. of Materials, TU-Graz), Q. Ma (Forschungszentrum Jülich (IEK-1)), V. Epp (CDLaboratory for Li Ion Batteries, ICTM, TU-Graz), F. Preishuber-Pflügl (DFG Priority Program (SPP) 1415, TU-Graz), F. Tietz (Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-1)), and M. Wilkening (CD-Lab for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology) 1091 Is Succinic Anhydride a Successful Additive for Graphite/Lmno Cells? – C. Charton (CEA/DAM - Le Ripault), J. Santos Pena (UNIVERSITE DE TOURS), A. Biller, M. LE Digabel (CEA/DAM - Le Ripault), D. Lemordant (PCM2E (EA6299) - Université François Rabelais de Tours), and H. Galiano (CEA/DAM)

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1092 Novel Single-Solvent Electrolytes Based on Cyanoesters – S. Brox, S. Röser (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), T. Husch (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich), B. Streipert, S. Hildebrand (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), R. Wagner (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), M. Korth (Ulm University), M. Winter (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center, HelmholtzInstitute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), and I. CekicLaskovic (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center)

Topic 5: New Na based Electrodes III – 17:30 – 21:00 1093 One-Pot Synthesis of Chemically Bonded NaTi2(PO4)3/rGO 2D Nanocomposite for SodiumIon Batteries – H. K. Roh, M. S. Kim, G. W. Lee, and K. B. Kim (Yonsei University) • 1094 Effect of Calcination Temperature on the Characterizations of P-Type Na0.6Mn0.65Ni0.25Co0.10O2 Cathode Materials in Sodium-Ion Batteries – N. A. Nguyen, K. Kim, Y. J. Kim, S. H. Kim, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) • 1095 Enhanced High Rate Performance of a NaTi2(PO4)3/Reduced Graphene Oxide Composite Electrode Via Pyro Synthesis for Sodium Ion Batteries – J. Song, S. Park, J. Gim, S. Kim, J. Jo, V. Mathew, S. Kim, and J. Kim (Chonnam National University) • 1096 High-Rate Sodium Ion Batteries: Synergetic Effect of Robust Surface and Nano-Rod Primary Particles As Cathode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries – J. Y. Hwang and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University) • 1097 Investigation of the Charge Storage Mechanism of Mxenes As Anode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries – S. M. Bak, X. Yu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), R. Qiao, W. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), B. Anasori, Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) • 1098 Synthesis and Evaluation of NaMPO4 (M=Fe, Mn, Co) Framework Polyanion Cathodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries (SIB) – C. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory, Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division), A. Gutierrez, P. Senguttuvan (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Lapidus (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), S. Kim, and T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory) • 1099 NaxCo1-YTiyO2 : A New Cathode Material for High Energy Density Sodium Ion Batteries – N. Sabi (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, LCME, Cadi Ayyad University), S. Doubaji (LCME, Cadi Ayyad University), A. Solhy, M. Larzek (CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University), K. Hashimoto (Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University), S. Komaba (a), and I. Saadoune (LCME, Cadi Ayyad University, CAM, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University)

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1100 Na0.44MnO2 Positive Electrode for Advanced NaIon Batteries: From Nanoplatelets to Nanofibers – X. Zhou (Kettering University), Y. Wang (Xi'an Jiaotong University), and B. Fu (Kettering University, Xi'an Jiaotong University) • 1101 Sn/C Nano-Rattle Anode Material for High Energy Sodium Ion Batteries – S. Maharajan, N. H. Kwon, and K. M. Fromm (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) • 1102 Low Cost Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion Battery – S. Chou (University of Wollongong) • 1103 Sodiation Kinetics of Metal Oxide Conversion Electrodes: A Comparative Study with Lithiation – K. He (Brookhaven National Lab), F. Lin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Zhu (University of Maryland), X. Yu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), J. Li (Brookhaven National Laboratory), R. Lin (Brookhaven National Lab), D. Nordlund, T. C. Weng (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), R. M. Richards (Colorado School of Mines), X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), E. A. Stach (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park), H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory) • 1104 Low-Cost Sodium-Ion Batteries (LOCO-NIBs Project) – C. Salcianu (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre) and M. M. Titirici (Queen Mary University of London) • 1105 New Methods for Understanding Stacking Disorder in Honeycomb-Layered Batteries: Insights into Synthesis Mechanism and Influence on Electrochemical Performance – P. Khalifah (Stony Brook University / BNL), J. Liu (Brookhaven National Lab), S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), L. Yin, J. Ma (Stony Brook University), L. Wu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), J. Bai (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Zhu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), S. M. Bak, X. Yu, X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and C. P. Grey (NECCES at University of Cambridge) • 1106 Tailored Organic Electrode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries – H. Banda, D. Damien, K. Nagarajan, M. Hariharan, and M. M. Shaijumon (IISER Thiruvananthapuram) • 1107 Development of Novel High Energy Density SnDoped Sodium Layered Oxide Cathode Materials – K. Smith, R. Gruar (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK), and E. Kendrick (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK, University College London, UK) •

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1120 Investigation of GeP5 As a High Reversible and Large Capacity Anode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries – H. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)) • 1121 Unlock High Capacity of Hard Carbon Anodes in Na-Ion Batteries By Increasing Structural Defects Via Phosphorus Doping – Z. Li (Oregon State University), L. Ma (Argonne National Laboratory), T. W. Surta, C. Bommier, Z. Jian, Z. Xing (Oregon State University), W. F. Stickle (Hewlett-Packard Co.), M. Dolgos (Oregon State University), J. Lu, T. Wu (Argonne National Laboratory), and X. Ji (Oregon State University) • 1122 Efficiency and Long-Term Cycling Study of Carbon Anode Materials in Sodium-Ion Batteries – C. Bommier, X. Ji, W. Surta, Z. Jian, Z. Li, and M. Dolgos (Oregon State University) • 1123 A High-Power Symmetric Na-Ion Pseudocapacitor – Z. Jian, V. Raju, Z. Li, Z. Xing (Oregon State University), Y. S. Hu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and X. Ji (Oregon State University) • 1124 In Situ TEM Investigation of Structural Evolution of Black Phosphorous Anode for Sodium Ion Batteries – A. Nie (University of Illinois at Chicago), Y. Cheng (Nanjing Tech University), F. Mashayek, and R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago) • 1125 Fabrication of Mesocrystal Nanowire Constructed By Oriented Nanoparticles for Na-Ion Battery and Soft X-Ray Adsorption Spectroscopy – E. Hosono, D. Asakura, S. Kajiyama, M. Okubo (AIST), and J. Kikkawa (National Institute for Materials Science) •

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1126 Advanced Polymer Binder for Silicon Anodes Based High Energy Density Lithium Ion Battery – F. Zou (Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron) and Y. Zhu (University of Akron) 1127 Rechargeable Zinc Batteries – Y. Li and J. Yang (University of Washington) 1128 Dual-Type Si Nanocrystals Embedded Si/SiOx Nanocomposites Using a Sol-Gel Reaction As High Capacity Lithium Storage Anode Materials – E. Park, H. Yoo, D. S. Kim (Hanyang University), M. S. Park, Y. J. Kim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), and H. Kim (Hanyang University) 1129 Investigation of the Sulfur Speciation in a Sparingly Solvating Electrolyte System – C. W. Lee (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), K. G. Gallagher (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory), and M. Balasubramanian (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory) 1130 Effects of Electrolyte/Sulfur Ratio on Li2S Electrodeposition Kinetics in Li-S Batteries – F. Fan and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 91

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1140 Damage of Solid Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) Layer By the Mechanical Stress Induced By Volume Change of Si Electrode – J. G. Lee, J. Kim, T. J. Lee, J. B. Lee, H. S. Kim, J. Soon (Seoul National University), J. H. Ryu (Korea Polytechnic University), and S. M. Oh (Seoul national university) 1141 High Capacity Li-S Secondary Battery Using Vertically-Aligned CNT Electrode – Y. Fukuda, T. Nozue, H. Nakano, N. Tsukahara, H. Murakami (Future Technology Research Laboratory, ULVAC, Inc.), R. Omoda, T. Yamada, S. Ito, and Y. Aihara (Samsung R&D Institute Japan) 1142 Development of MnCo2O4 Microspheres Based Air Electrode for Rechargeable Sodium - Air Batteries – M. Shang and Y. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Chinese Academy of Science) 1143 Introduction of Csi As Multi-Functional Redox Mediator for Enhanced Li-Air Batteries – Y. J. Park and C. K. Lee (Kyonggi University) 1144 A Challenge for Rechargeable Al-Batteries: AlCl3Free Deep Eutectic Solvent and Cationic Solvate Based Electrolytes – T. Mandai and P. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology) 1145 Bridging the Gap Between Supercapacitors and Batteries By a New Material Based on Renewable Ressources – M. Fichtner, P. Gao (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), Z. Chen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), Z. Zhao-Karger (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), and M. Ruben (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) 1146 Lightweight Polyanion Frameworks for Li- and Mg-Ion Batteries – H. F. J. Glass (University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry), S. E. Dutton (University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory), and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry) 1147 Flux Growth and Electrochemical Characterization of Composite Electrodes of LiCoO2 crystals/ Li3BO3 glass/Li6.75La3Zr1.75Nb0.25O12 crystals for All-Solid-State Libs – N. Zettsu, H. Onodera, S. Kaneko, T. Yamada, and K. Teshima (Shinshu University) 1148 Investigation of Novel Tunnel Structured Zeta-V2O5 nanowire As a Potential Cathode for Li and Mg Ion Intercalation Using in Situ TEM and Aberration Corrected STEM – A. Mukherjee (University Of Illinois At Chicago), J. Andrews, S. Banerjee (Texas A&M University), and R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago) 1149 Deciphering the Structure of the Magnesium Aluminum Chloride Electrolyte in Bulk and Near the Anode Electrode – P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. S. Gautam, R. Malik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) 1150 Nanostructured Carbon Materials for Li-S and LiSe Batteries – F. Dai, Q. Xiao (GM Global R&D Center), L. Yang (General Motors, R&D Center), and M. Cai (General Motors, Global R&D Center)

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1151 Redox Flow Lithium-Oxygen Battery with Unprecedently Low Charging Overpotentials – Y. G. Zhu, C. Jia, X. Wang, J. Yang, and Q. Wang (National University of Singapore) 1152 Flexible Fibrous Substrates for Li-S Battery Cathodes – M. Musameh, N. Chew, Y. Truong, M. Barghamadi (CSIRO), T. Ruether (CSIRO Energy Technology), A. Bhatt, A. F. Hollenkamp (CSIRO), A. S. Best (CSIRO Manufacturing), and I. L. Kyratzis (CSIRO) 1153 Low Cost Nanocomposite Catalysts for LithiumAir Batteries – C. Sun (Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems, CAS) 1154 High Performance Sulfur-Composite Cathode for Lithium-Ion Sulfur Batteries – A. Mentbayeva (Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC), A. Konarov (Institute of Batteries LLC, Nazarbayev University), I. Kurmanbayeva (Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC), T. Hara (Institute of Batteries LLC, Nazarbayev University), and Z. Bakenov (Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC) 1155 Integrated Design of Cathode and Separator for Lithium-Sulfur Battery – H. Pei, R. Guo (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources), Y. Li, W. Liu, and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 1156 Synergistic Suppression of Polysulfide Diffusion By Functional 2D Carbon Coating for Advanced Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – Y. C. Jeong (Seoul National University), S. J. Yang (Inha University), J. H. Kim, J. Park, Y. S. Kim, and C. R. Park (Seoul National University) 1157 Research on Cell Chemistry of SodiumOxygen Battery for Improved Electrochemical Performance – N. Zhao (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (CAS)) and X. Guo (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (CAS)) 1158 Ti4O7-Filled Nitrogen-Doped Carbon/Ti4O7 Double-Layer Spheres As Sulfur Host for Advanced Lithium Sulfur Batteries – H. Xu (Guangzhou HKUST Fok Ying Tung Research Institute), Y. Yang, J. Su, and G. Chen (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) 1159 Novel Electrode Material for Aluminum Batteries – G. A. A. Elia (Technische Universität Berlin), R. Hahn (Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin), K. Marquardt (Technische Universität Berlin), and K. Hoeppner (Berlin Institute of Technology) 1160 Molecular Scale Coating and Nanoscale Carbon Cage Confined Sulfur Cathodes Applied in Lithium Sulfur Batteries – X. Li, A. Lushington, Q. Sun, J. Liu, R. Li, and X. A. Sun (University of Western Ontario) 1161 The Application of Atomic Layer Deposition in Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Wang, J. Liu, B. Xiao, Y. Zhao, R. Li, T. K. Sham, and X. A. Sun (University of Western Ontario)

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1162 Understanding Divalent Cation Intercalation into a Spinel-Type Mn2O4 Host Framework – G. M. Nolis, A. Adil (University of Illinois at Chicago), H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), R. D. Bayliss (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 1163 Degradation Mechanisms of Magnesium Metal Anodes in a (CF3SO2)2N- (TFSI)-Based Mg-Ion Electrolyte – H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), G. M. Nolis, R. D. Bayliss (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), A. K. Burrell (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 1164 Improved Electrochemical Performance By Templating Carbon-Sulfur Composite Electrodes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – C. B. Robledo (INFIQC - Fac. Ciencias Químicas. U N C.), O. R. Cámara (INFIQC - Fac. Ciencias QuímicasUNC- Córdoba- Argentina.), J. Thomas (INIFTAUNLP), E. P. M. Leiva (INFIQC - Fac. Ciencias Química.-UNC- Córdoba- Argentina.), P. P. Harks (Delft University of Technology), F. M. Mulder (Delft University of Technology), and A. Visintin (INIFTA-UNLP) 1165 Optimization of Properties of the LithiumSulphur Batteries with the Aid of Organic 3D Matrix – T. Kazda (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic), J. Vondrák (Brno University of Technology), P. Vanýsek (CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology), M. Sedlarikova, J. Tichý, and P. Cudek (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic) 1166 Highly Efficient Rechargeable Sodium-Oxygen Battery Using Carbon Paper As Binder and Catalyst Free Air Cathode – K. Kretschmer (University of Technology Sydney), B. Sun (University of Technology, Sydney), and G. Wang (University of Technology Sydney) 1167 Magnesium-Ion Distribution and Dynamics in Magnesium Zirconium Orthophosphate – N. Kitamura, H. Kuwajima, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) 1168 Enhanced Performance of Li-O2 Batteries with MoS2 Nanosheet-Coated TiN Nanorods Arrays Grown on Carbon Paper As Binder-Free Cathodes – S. LIao (South China University of Technology, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering) and L. Leng (School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, South China University of Technology) 1169 Oxygen Selective Membrane for Lithium Air Batteries – Z. G. Lu, L. Cao, Y. Liu, and Y. Huo (South University of Science and Technology of China) 1170 Carbon Based Phthalocyanines As Electrocatalysts for Li Air Batteries – A. Arul, M. Christy, K. U. Moon, M. Y. Oh, and K. S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University) 93

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1171 Replacement of Carbon with TiO2 Electrodes By Tuning Electronic Conductivity and Porosity for Stable Li-O2 Batteries – J. Kang (Seoul National University), S. Nam (Korea Institue of Machinery and Materials (KIMM)), C. Kim (Chungnam National University), and B. Park (Seoul National University) 1172 Analysis of Charge-Discharge Mechanism of Titanium Polysulfide Electrode Materials for Lithium/Metal-Polysulfide Secondary Batteries – A. Sakuda, T. Takeuchi (AIST), K. Ohara (JASRI), T. Kawaguchi, K. Nakanishi (Kyoto University), K. Fukuda (Office of SocietyAcademic Collaboration for Innovation), H. Arai, Y. Uchimoto, Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University), T. Ohta (Ritsumeikan University), H. Kageyama, M. Shikano, and H. Sakaebe (AIST) 1173 To Break or Not to Break: Solution and Surface Mechanisms of DMSO Decomposition in Aprotic Li-O2 Battery Electrolytes – J. Scheers (Chalmers University of Technology), K. Sodeyama (JSTPRESTO), and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) 1174 Kinetics Improvement through Cathode Designing for Aprotic Li-O2 batteries – Z. Cui, P. Lou (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS), X. Guo (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics (CAS)), and H. Li (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) 1175 Highly Stable Carbon-Free Ag/Co3O4 Cathodes for Li-Air Batteries with Aqueous Alkaline Electrolyte: Electrochemical and Structural Investigations – D. Wittmaier, N. Wagner, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR)) 1176 Electrode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries Studied By Atmc in Situ NMR Spectroscopy – O. Pecher, Z. Liu, P. M. Bayley, J. Stratford, and C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry) 1177 Hybrid Electrolyte and Bi-Functional Cathode Binder for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – P. Bhattacharya, J. Kumar (University of Dayton Research Institute), M. I. Nandasiri (EMSL), W. A. Henderson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,USA), J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and G. Subramanyam (University of Dayton) 1178 Dynamic Modeling of the Reaction Mechanisms in a Li/O2 Battery Cell – D. Grübl, M. Mayur, and W. G. Bessler (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany) 1179 Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of the New Intercalation Cathode Material MoO2.8F0.2 – J. T. Incorvati, A. Wustrow, and K. Poeppelmeier (Northwestern University) 1180 Vanadium-Based Nanomaterials As Cathodes for Mg-Ion Batteries – C. K. Christensen (University of Southern Denmark), J. Mathiesen (Aarhus University), and D. B. Ravnsbaek (University of Southern Denmark)

1181 Solvation Structure of Zinc-Based Electrolytes from X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – S. Kim, S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), M. Balasubramanian (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), and T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory) • 1182 Molybdenum Disulfide Catalyst for LithiumOxygen Batteries – M. Asadi (University of Illinois at Chicago), C. Liu (Argonne National Lab), B. Kumar (University of Louisville), P. J. Phillips (University of Illinois at Chicago), P. Zapol (Argonne National Laboratory), R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago), L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), and A. salehiKhojin (University of Illinois at Chicago) • 1183 Novel Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium Ion Batteries – L. Wang and F. Vullum-Bruer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) • 1184 Impact of the Water Content in Glyme-Based Electrolyte to Rechargeable MagnesiumOrganic Battery – H. Senoh (AIST, University of Yamanashi), R. Shimizu, M. Uchida (University of Yamanashi), H. Sano, H. Sakaebe, M. Yao, N. Takeichi (AIST), and T. Kiyobayashi (AIST, University of Yamanashi) • 1185 First-Principles Studies of Delithiation Mechanisms of Hybrid Li-Ion/Li-O2 Battery Materials – L. Li, A. Kinaci (Argonne National Laboratory), Z. Yao (Northwestern University), M. M. Thackeray, C. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Wolverton (Northwestern University), and M. K. Y. Chan (Argonne National Laboratory) • 1186 Metal Hybrid Supercapacitors Based on a Rocking-Chair Mechanism – H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), R. D. Bayliss (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), A. A. Gewirth (JCESR at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), A. K. Burrell (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) • 1187 A High-Flux Polysulfide Blocking Membrane Fabricated By Shear Alignment of Discotic Nematic Liquid Crystals of Graphene Oxide on Sulfur Cathode – M. Shaibani, A. Akbari, P. Sheath (Monash University), C. Easton, K. Konstas (CSIRO), A. Fakhfouri (Monash University), M. Barghamadi, M. Musameh (CSIRO), A. S. Best (CSIRO Manufacturing), T. Ruether (CSIRO Energy), P. Mahon (Swinburn University), M. Hill, A. F. Hollenkamp (CSIRO), and M. Majumder (Monash University) • 1188 How New Advancements Enable a Position Change in the Science of Magnesium Batteries – R. Mohtadi, O. Tutusaus, T. S. Arthur, and F. Mizuno (Toyota Research Institute of North America) •

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1189 Characterization of Lithium Superoxide from Lithium-Oxygen Battery Discharge Products – H. H. Wang (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), K. C. Lau, X. Luo (Argonne National Laboratory), M. Asadi (University of Illinois at Chicago), Y. J. Lee (Hanyang University), J. Wen, D. Miller (Argonne National Laboratory), A. salehi-Khojin (University of Illinois at Chicago), Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University), J. Lu, L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Amine (Chemical Sciences/ Engineering Division, ANL), and D. Zhai (Argonne national Laboratory) 1190 Self-Discharge: Another Reason for Performance Deterioration of Lithium-Oxygen Battery? – D. Geng (Chengdu Science and Technology Development Center), N. Ding, Z. Liu, and Y. Zong (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR) 1191 Enhanced Performance of Li-S Batteries By PANI Printing Method – S. Moon, Y. H. Jung, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 1192 A Novel Lithium-Oxygen Battery Based on Oxygen-Peroxide Redox Couple – M. Matsui, M. Uchida, Y. Hayakawa, A. Wada, and N. Imanishi (Mie University) 1193 Transformation of Environmentally Threatening Prosopis Juliflora into Tubular Carbon As Excellent Electrodes for Li-Ion Capacitors – S. Palanichamy (Chonnam National University), G. H. Lee, S. H. Park (Chonnam National university), and Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) 1194 Study on Reaction Magnesium Deposition Mechanism By Operando Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – M. Hattori, K. Yamamoto (Kyoto University), T. Mori (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa, K. Nakanishi, H. Tanida (Kyoto University), Y. Tamenori (JASRI), K. Shimoda (Kyoto Universiy), M. Mori, Y. Koyama, and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)

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1195 Crosslinked Gel Polymer Electrolytes with Different Li Salts for Electrochromic Cells – T. Han, S. Kim, H. Lee, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 1196 Detecting, Diagnosing and Controlling Degradation in Lithium Ion Battery Packs – G. J. Offer, I. Hunt, Y. Merla, Y. Zhao, M. T. von Srbik, M. Marinescu, V. Yufit, B. Wu, R. Martinez-Botas, and N. P. Brandon (Imperial College London) 1197 Lithiated Polyacrylic Acid Binder to Enhance the High Rate and Pulse Charge Performances in Graphite Anodes – K. F. Chiu, H. J. Leu, S. H. Su, and R. Z. Wu (Feng Chia University) 1198 Nonlinear Cycling Aging of a Commercial 18650 Lithium Ion Cell – S. H. Wu and P. H. Lee (Tatung University)

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1199 Investigation on High Energy Density Lithium-Ion Batteries with Long Cycle Life – Z. H. Feng, W. Li (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-sources), J. Song (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-Sources), X. Liu (Shanghai Institute of Space Powersources), and J. Xie (Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources) 1200 Primary Influence Factors on Li-Ion Battery for High Power and Low Temperature Applications – H. H. Gu, L. Gao, G. Cheng, and L. Li (Shanghai Institute of Space Power-sources) 1201 Superior Performance and Ageing Robustness of 17 a h Class, Graphite/NMC Stacked Cells Manufactured through Eco-Friendly Materials and Processes – N. Loeffler Jr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute of Ulm), G. T. Kim Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), C. Gutierrez (IK4-CIDETEC), I. Cendoya Sr. (IK4-CIDETEC, Parque Tecnológico de San Sebastián), I. De Meatza (IK4-CIDETEC), F. Alessandrini Sr. (ENEA, DTE-PCU-SPCT), and G. B. Appetecchi Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO, Italy) 1202 Performance Changes in NCM523//Graphite Cells Resulting from High-Voltage Cycling – J. A. Gilbert, M. Klett, J. Bareno, D. Miller, V. A. Maroni, and D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory) 1203 Capacity Definition Based on Ica Curve and Its Application for Soh Evaluation of Lithium-Ion Battery – X. Li and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) 1204 An Analysis of the Resistance of Commercial Lithium Ion Pouch Cells Based on Two Practical Thermal Performance Tests – M. Huang, L. Kong, and Y. Gao (Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint-Stock Co., Ltd.) 1205 A Concept for Direct Deposition of Thin Film Batteries on Flexible Polymer Substrates – J. Glenneberg (ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen), F. Andre (Fraunhofer IFAM), I. Bardenhagen, F. Langer (ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen), J. Schwenzel (Fraunhofer IFAM Bremen), and R. Kun (Fraunhofer IFAM, ISFM Research Group, University of Bremen) 1206 Development of Large Format NMC-Graphite Lithium Ion Pouch Cell with Aqueous Processed Electrodes – A. Kvasha, I. Urdampilleta, I. De Meatza (IK4-CIDETEC), R. Colombo (Solvay Specialty Polymers Italy), P. Ulmann (Imerys Graphite & Carbon), C. Gutierrez, M. Bengoechea, J. A. Blazquez, O. Miguel, and H. J. Grande (IK4CIDETEC) 1207 Ageing of Commercial 18650 Batteries Used in Tesla Model S Electric Vehicles – M. Uitz, M. Sternad (CD-Laboratory for Li Ion Batteries, TU-Graz), C. Taeubert, T. Traußnig, V. Hennige (AVL List GmbH), and M. Wilkening (CD-Lab for Lithium Batteries, Graz Univ. of Technology)

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1208 Cluster-Based Reduced-Order Modeling of Lithium-Ion Battery – V. Esfahanian (Vehicle, Fuel and Environment Research Institute (VFERI)) and A. A. Shahbazi (School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran) 1209 Design of High Rate Performance Sodium-Ion Battery Cathode Materials – L. L. Wong, H. Chen, R. Prasada Rao, and S. Adams (National University of Singapore) 1210 Ab-Initio Calculations of Transition Metal Doping in Li2FePO4F Polymorphs – S. Patel (Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Northwestern University), S. Kim (Northwestern University), and C. Wolverton (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University) 1211 First-Principles Study on Charge Transport Mechanism of Lithium Sulfide (Li2S) in LithiumSulfur Batteries – D. H. Kim, B. Lee, K. Y. Park (Seoul National University), and K. Kang (Center for Nanoparticles Research, IBS) 1212 Optimizing Energy Density of Li-Ion Batteries Using Thick Electrodes – Z. Du (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. L. Wood III, C. Daniel (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 1213 Design of Composite Electrodes with AnionAbsorbing Active Materials – K. E. Thomas-Alyea and M. Aryanpour (Samsung Research America) 1214 A New Approach to Distinguish Two Different Degradation Mechanisms in Cycling Aging of Li-Ion Batteries – D. Li, D. Danilov (Eindhoven University of Technology), Y. Yang (Xiamen University), and P. Notten (Eindhoven University of Technology) 1215 Lithium Plating Simulations in Commercial Lithium-Ion Batteries during Low-Temperature Charging – M. Cabañero Martínez, A. Gebel, H. Lorrmann, G. Sextl (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC), S. Hein (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), J. Kallo (Dept. of Energy Conversion & Storage, Ulm Univ), and A. Latz (Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU)) 1216 Theoretical Modeling of Protective Cathode Coatings and Cathode/Coating Interfaces in Li-Ion Batteries – S. Xu, R. Jacobs (University of Wisconsin - Madison), C. Wolverton (Northwestern University), and D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin - Madison) 1217 Modeling the Positive Electrode Side Reaction for a High Voltage Lithium-Ion Battery – N. R. Vadivel (Argonne National Laboratory), K. G. Gallagher (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and D. W. Dees (Argonne National Laboratory)

1218 Computational Analysis on the Effects of Different Electrode Designs on the Electrochemical Performance of Lithium Ion Batteries – W. A. Appiah, J. Park, S. Byun, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 1219 Structure and Properties of the Amorphous Lipon Electrolyte By First-Principles Simulations – S. Sicolo and K. Albe (Technische Universität Darmstadt) 1220 First-Principle Calculations on Structure, Thermodynamics and Electrochemistry of Si-O-C Electrodes – J. Rohrer and K. Albe (Technische Universität Darmstadt) 1221 Lithium Ion Solvation and Diffusion in Bulk Organic Electrolytes from First Principles Molecular Dynamics – M. T. Ong, V. Lordi, E. W. Draeger, and J. E. Pask (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) 1222 A Computational Study of Lithium-Ion Insertion and Diffusion in the NiTi2O2(PO4)2 Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Lasri (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), D. Brandell (Uppsala University), A. Kara (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) 1223 Theoretical Investigation of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – W. C. McKee, S. Rawal, and Y. Xu (Louisiana State University) 1224 Numerical Investigation of Capacity Fade in Mcmb Electrodes – M. Rashid (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), S. Ahamad (IIT Delhi), and A. Gupta (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) 1225 Free Energy Landscape for Lithium Solvation in Protic Ionic Liquids from Frirst Prinicples Simulations – A. Kachmar, M. Carignano (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), and T. Laino (IBM Research-Zurich) 1226 Insight into the Redox Chemistry of Layered LiNiO2-YSy Cathode Material: A First-Principles Study – H. Yan, D. Xia, B. Li, Y. Zuo (College of Engineering, Peking University), H. Wei (College of Engineering,Peking University), J. Kong, and X. Chu (College of Engineering, Peking University) 1227 The Impact of Tab Alignment and Temperature on Current Density Distribution in a Multi-Tab Lithium-Ion Cell – S. V. Erhard (Technical University of Munich (TUM)), P. J. Osswald (TUM CREATE Ltd., Technical University of Munich (TUM)), P. Keil, J. Wilhelm, A. Rheinfeld, S. Kosch, B. Rieger (Technical University of Munich (TUM)), H. Kloust, T. Thoennessen (Custom Cells Itzehoe GmbH), and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM))

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Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016 Topic 10: Recycling of Batteries III – 17:30 – 21:00 •

1228 3D-Printed Cathodes of LiMn1XFexPO4nanocrystals Achieve Both Ultrahigh Rate and High Capacity for Advanced Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Hu, Y. Jiang, S. Cui, Y. Duan, T. Liu (Peking University), H. Guo (School of Advanced Materials, Peking University), Y. Lin (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University), J. Zheng (Peking University), K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), and F. Pan (peking university) 1229 Dissolution Mechanism of LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Positive Electrode Material from Used LithiumIon Batteries – E. Billy (CEA/DRT/LITEN), R. Laucournet (CEA-LITEN), M. Joulie, D. Meyer Sr. (CEA), A. Boulineau (CEA-LITEN), and E. De Vito (CEA/DRT/LITEN) 1230 Recycling of Electric Vehicle Lithium Ion Batteries: Development of a Novel Method to Recover Lithium from Leached Cathodes Based on Donnan Dialysis – A. C. Sonoc (Queen's University Mechanical and Materials Engineering) and J. Jeswiet (Queens University Mechanical and Material Engineering)

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Welcoming Remarks Thick Electrode Designs for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 24M Technologies) 12 V-Class Bipolar Lithium-Ion Battery Using Li4Ti5O12 Anode for Low Voltage System Applications – N. Takami (Toshiba Corporation), K. Yoshima (Toshiba corporation), and Y. Harada (Toshiba Corporation) Multi-Scale Characterization of Electronic and Ionic Limitations to Power Performance of Composite Electrodes Toward Ultra-High Surface Capacities – B. Lestriez (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), A. Etiemble (Laboratoire MATEIS, INSA-Lyon), N. Besnard (Renault Research Department), P. Jimenez-Manero (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), P. Tran-Van (Renault Research Department), O. Dubrunfaut (Laboratoire de Génie Electrique de Paris SUPELEC - UPMC), J. Gaubicher, D. Guyomard (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), J. C. Badot (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris), and E. Maire (Laboratoire MATEIS, INSA-Lyon) Development of Sodium-Ion Batteries for GridScale Energy Storage – Y. S. Hu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Break Revisiting Zinc Air Batteries: Solutions for Longer Lifetime – H. Arai, A. Nakata, K. Nishio, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University) Fail-Safe System for High Energy Density Power Li-Ion Batteries – H. Mao (YouLion Battery) Closing the Battery Loop for Rechargeable Batteries – M. Quix (Umicore) Ecologically Friendly Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries - the Lithorec Process – A. Kwade (Technische Universität Braunschweig), J. Diekmann, and C. Hanisch (TU Braunschweig)

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Author Index Author...............................................Abs No.

A

Abakumov, Artem...................................... 208 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 637 (P1, Tue), 911 (P1, Thu) Abakumov, Artem...................................... 218 (P1, Mon) Abarbanel, Dan.............................................. 26 (I1, Tue) Abd-lefdil, Mohammed.....168 (P1, Mon), 177 (P1, Mon) Abdel monem, Mohamed........................... 433 (P1, Mon) Abdulla, Ali................................................ 343 (P1, Mon) Abert, Michael.............................................814 (P1, Tue) Abouimrane, Ali...........................................730 (P1, Tue) Abouimrane, Ali.......................................... 876 (P1, Thu) Abraham, Daniel........................................ 167 (P1, Mon) ...................315 (P1, Mon), 553 (P1, Tue), 878 (P1, Thu) ..................951 (P1, Thu), 981 (P1, Thu), 1004 (P1, Thu) .................................................................. 1202 (P1, Thu) Abrahams, Isaac...........................................485 (P1, Tue) Abu-Lebdeh, Yaser....................................... 90 (P1, Mon) .........................................123 (P1, Mon), 1057 (P1, Thu) Adams, Brian............................................. 363 (P1, Mon) Adams, Robert........................................... 253 (P1, Mon) Adams, Stefan................... 738 (P1, Tue), 1209 (P1, Thu) Addison, Dan..................... 427 (P1, Mon), 786 (P1, Tue) Adelhelm, Philipp.............. 398 (P1, Mon), 736 (P1, Tue) Adelung, Rainer...................602 (P1, Tue), 603 (P1, Tue) Adil, Abdullah........................................... 1162 (P1, Thu) Afri, Michal................................................ 362 (P1, Mon) Afyon, Semih...............................................538 (P1, Tue) Agata, Hajime............................................ 234 (P1, Mon) Agrawal, Richa............................................854 (P1, Tue) Aguadero, Ainara.........................................706 (P1, Tue) Aguesse, Frédéric...............272 (P1, Mon), 974 (P1, Thu) Aguesse, Frederic.........................................473 (P1, Tue) Ahamad, Salahuddin................................. 1224 (P1, Thu) Ahmad, Yasser.............................................629 (P1, Tue) Ahmed, Bilal.............................................. 107 (P1, Mon) Ahmed, Shabbir......................................... 450 (P1, Mon) Ahn, Sunghyun.......................................... 354 (P1, Mon) Ahrens, Maria............................................ 399 (P1, Mon) Aihara, Yuichi................. 1048 (P1, Thu), 1141 (P1, Thu) Aiken, Connor.................... 299 (P1, Mon), 717 (P1, Tue) Ajayan, Pulickel...........................................694 (P1, Tue) Akbari, Abozar.......................................... 1187 (P1, Thu) Akbay, Taner.............................................. 379 (P1, Mon) Akbulut, Hatem.......................................... 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon) Al Hallaj, Said............................................ 395 (P1, Mon) Al-Hallaj, Said........................................... 434 (P1, Mon) Al-Qawasmeh, Ahmad.................................842 (P1, Tue) Alaboina, Pankaj........................................ 249 (P1, Mon) .................... 518 (P1, Tue), 560 (P1, Tue), 865 (P1, Thu) Albano, Fabio............................................. 241 (P1, Mon) Albe, Karsten..................1219 (P1, Thu), 1220 (P1, Thu) Alessandrini, Fabrizio............................... 1201 (P1, Thu) Alfaruqi, Muhammad......... 187 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) ................ 781 (P1, Tue), 1017 (P1, Thu), 1018 (P1, Thu) Alfredsson, Maria........................................622 (P1, Tue) Alidoost, Mojtaba.............. 420 (P1, Mon), 778 (P1, Tue) Alikin, Denis................................................490 (P1, Tue) Allan, Phoebe................................................. 51 (I1, Thu) Allen, Jan................................................... 151 (P1, Mon) Allen, Joshua.....................151 (P1, Mon), 295 (P1, Mon) Almaadeed, Mariam.....................................730 (P1, Tue) Alp, Esen......................................................509 (P1, Tue) Alshareef, Husam....................................... 107 (P1, Mon) Althues, Holger............................................784 (P1, Tue) Alvarado, Judith.......................................... 925 (P1, Thu) Amagasa, Shota.......................................... 349 (P1, Mon) Amemiya, Chika.......................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Amezawa, Koji.......................................... 210 (P1, Mon) Amici, Julia........................ 420 (P1, Mon), 778 (P1, Tue) Amin, Ruhul................................................ 887 (P1, Thu) Amine, Khalil....................109 (P1, Mon), 254 (P1, Mon) ..................395 (P1, Mon), 453 (P1, Mon), 470 (P1, Tue) .....................572 (P1, Tue), 729 (P1, Tue), 789 (P1, Tue) .....................790 (P1, Tue), 791 (P1, Tue), 807 (P1, Tue) .................... 846 (P1, Tue), 882 (P1, Thu), 884 (P1, Thu) ..................886 (P1, Thu), 894 (P1, Thu), 1115 (P1, Thu) ..............1189 (P1, Thu), 1222 (P1, Thu), 1228 (P1, Thu) 98

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Amine, Rachid........................................... 395 (P1, Mon) Amores, Marco......................................... 1075 (P1, Thu) An, Ke................................ 254 (P1, Mon), 570 (P1, Tue) Anandan, Srinivasan................................... 881 (P1, Thu) Anasori, Babak.......................................... 1097 (P1, Thu) Anastasaki, Mariastella.............................. 363 (P1, Mon) Andersen, Hanne...............224 (P1, Mon), 227 (P1, Mon) .................... 543 (P1, Tue), 583 (P1, Tue), 945 (P1, Thu) Andersson, Margit..................................... 1006 (P1, Thu) Ando, Hisanori........................................... 368 (P1, Mon) Andre, Felix.....................284 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) Andrews, Justin......................................... 1148 (P1, Thu) Anouti, Méričm......................................... 1053 (P1, Thu) Ansari, Amir Babak........... 447 (P1, Mon), 843 (P1, Tue) Ansari, Younes........................................... 410 (P1, Mon) Anstey, Mitchell...........................................803 (P1, Tue) Antipov, Evgeny................208 (P1, Mon), 911 (P1, Thu) Aoi, Tomokatsu.......................................... 181 (P1, Mon) Aoki, Masahiro.......................................... 316 (P1, Mon) Aoun, Bachir.............................................. 254 (P1, Mon) Apostolopoulou, M.................................... 232 (P1, Mon) Appetecchi, Giovanni Battista................... 265 (P1, Mon) .................. 700 (P1, Tue), 701 (P1, Tue), 1201 (P1, Thu) Appiah, Williams............... 459 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 590 (P1, Tue), 1218 (P1, Thu) Arai, Hajime...........................72 (I1, Fri), 1172 (P1, Thu) Arai, Juichi...................................................634 (P1, Tue) Arai, Takako................................................ 998 (P1, Thu) Arava, Leela.................................................811 (P1, Tue) Arava, Leela Mohana Reddy.......................694 (P1, Tue) Arbizzani, Catia................. 269 (P1, Mon), 756 (P1, Tue) ............................................919 (P1, Thu), 924 (P1, Thu) Arianto, Sigit................................................849 (P1, Tue) Arie, Arenst Andreas....................................584 (P1, Tue) Armand, Michel........................................ 1002 (P1, Thu) Armel, Vanessa.......................................... 285 (P1, Mon) Armstrong, Anthony........... 622 (P1, Tue), 980 (P1, Thu) Arnold, Sabine.............................................851 (P1, Tue) Arof, A.k............................ 311 (P1, Mon), 596 (P1, Tue) Arthur, Timothy........................................ 1188 (P1, Thu) Arthur, Zachary............................................ 81 (P1, Mon) Arul, Anupriya.................373 (P1, Mon), 1170 (P1, Thu) Arunachala, Raghavendra............................828 (P1, Tue) Aryal, Shankar......................94 (P1, Mon), 98 (P1, Mon) Aryanpour, Masoud.......... 644 (P1, Tue), 1213 (P1, Thu) Asadi, Mohammad..................................... 453 (P1, Mon) ........................................ 1182 (P1, Thu), 1189 (P1, Thu) Asakura, Daisuke.............. 989 (P1, Thu), 1125 (P1, Thu) Asayesh-Ardakani, Hasti... 426 (P1, Mon), 658 (P1, Tue) Asfaw, Habtom............................................585 (P1, Tue) Ashcraft, Robert...........................................644 (P1, Tue) Ashish, AG.................................................. 902 (P1, Thu) Ashuri, Maziar.................... 645 (P1, Tue), 885 (P1, Thu) Aslam, Mohammed..................................... 979 (P1, Thu) Assresahegn, Birhanu.................................. 86 (P1, Mon) Attanayake, Harsha......................................761 (P1, Tue) Aurbach, Doron............................................. 35 (I1, Wed) ............................................ 817 (P1, Tue), 890 (P1, Thu) Aurbach, Doron.................362 (P1, Mon), 409 (P1, Mon) .............................................747 (P1, Tue), 813 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 835 (P1, Tue), 891 (P1, Thu) Aurbach, Doron.......................................... 235 (P1, Mon) Autret, Cecile............................................. 329 (P1, Mon) Avignant, Daniel..........................................495 (P1, Tue) Avila, Marta................................................ 866 (P1, Thu) Avison, David........................................... 1039 (P1, Thu) Axmann, Peter............................................ 173 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 223 (P1, Mon), 527 (P1, Tue) Aydinol, Mehmet....................................... 175 (P1, Mon) Aykol, Muratahan....................................... 444 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 840 (P1, Tue), 987 (P1, Thu) Aziam, Hasna............................................. 127 (P1, Mon) Azib, Tahar................................................. 147 (P1, Mon) Aziz, N.........................................................596 (P1, Tue) Azizi, Yazdan............................................. 258 (P1, Mon)

Baba, Mamoru............................................ 196 (P1, Mon) Baboo, Joseph........................................... 1019 (P1, Thu) Baddour-Hadjean, Rita.............................. 328 (P1, Mon) Badot, Jean-Claude..........................................70 (I1, Fri) Bae, Jong-Seong......................................... 997 (P1, Thu) Bae, Juhye....................................................754 (P1, Tue) Baek, Seong-Ho......................................... 140 (P1, Mon) ...........................................141 (P1, Mon), 914 (P1, Thu) Baek, Seul Gi..................... 337 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) Bai, Jianming.......................617 (P1, Tue), 639 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 695 (P1, Tue), 1105 (P1, Thu) Bai, Peng......................................................628 (P1, Tue) Bai, Qingyou................................................655 (P1, Tue) Baichette, Benoīt..........................................740 (P1, Tue) Baik, Ji-Hoon..................... 264 (P1, Mon), 705 (P1, Tue) Baikie, Tom..................................................595 (P1, Tue) Bak, Seong-Min.............. 1097 (P1, Thu), 1105 (P1, Thu) Bakenov, Zhumabay....................................755 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1025 (P1, Thu), 1154 (P1, Thu) Baker, Annabelle................ 229 (P1, Mon), 522 (P1, Tue) Baker, Dominick..........................................574 (P1, Tue) Bakierska, Monika.......................................582 (P1, Tue) Balachandran, Geethu........102 (P1, Mon), 866 (P1, Thu) Balasubramanian, Mahalingam.................... 84 (P1, Mon) .................... 541 (P1, Tue), 549 (P1, Tue), 917 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1129 (P1, Thu), 1181 (P1, Thu) Balasubramanian, Prasanth........................ 173 (P1, Mon) Balbuena, Perla.......................................... 403 (P1, Mon) Balcom, Bruce............................................ 289 (P1, Mon) Ball, Sarah....................................................595 (P1, Tue) Balomenou, Stella........................................ 80 (P1, Mon) Balsara, Nitash........................................... 422 (P1, Mon) Bamine, Tahya.............................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Ban, Chunmei..............................................562 (P1, Tue) Banda, Harish............................................ 1106 (P1, Thu) Banerjee, Anjan.......................................... 235 (P1, Mon) Banerjee, Sarbajit...................................... 1148 (P1, Thu) Banerjee, Soumik.........................................850 (P1, Tue) Bardé, Fanny................................................. 47 (I1, Wed) Bardenhagen, Ingo...........274 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) Bareno, Javier.................... 294 (P1, Mon), 473 (P1, Tue) .....................497 (P1, Tue), 553 (P1, Tue), 664 (P1, Tue) ..................876 (P1, Thu), 951 (P1, Thu), 1202 (P1, Thu) Barghamadi, Marzi................ 56 (I1, Thu), 665 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1152 (P1, Thu), 1187 (P1, Thu) Barile, Christopher..................................... 401 (P1, Mon) Barker, Jerry.................................................796 (P1, Tue) Barnett, Brian...............................................611 (P1, Tue) Barnett, Brian............................................. 257 (P1, Mon) Barnett, Scott............................................. 1009 (P1, Thu) Barpanda, Prabeer.......................................... 33 (I1, Tue) Barraco, Daniel........................................... 873 (P1, Thu) Bartlett, Bart.................................................521 (P1, Tue) Bas, Gamze..................................................551 (P1, Tue) Basco, John........................ 435 (P1, Mon), 497 (P1, Tue) Bass, Dean................................................... 876 (P1, Thu) Battaglia, Corsin........................................ 288 (P1, Mon) Batuk, Dmitry............................................. 911 (P1, Thu) Bauer, Marius............................................. 226 (P1, Mon) Baunach, Michael........................................632 (P1, Tue) Bay, Brian....................................................659 (P1, Tue) Bayle-Guillemaud, Pascale...........................13 (I1, Mon) Bayley, Paul............................................... 417 (P1, Mon) Bayley, Paul...................... 614 (P1, Tue), 1176 (P1, Thu) Bayliss, Ryan............................................ 1162 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1163 (P1, Thu), 1186 (P1, Thu) Bazak, David.............................................. 289 (P1, Mon) Bazant, Martin...................100 (P1, Mon), 445 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 463 (P1, Mon), 628 (P1, Tue) Bazin, Arnaud............................................ 285 (P1, Mon) Beacco, David............................................ 424 (P1, Mon) Beattie, Shane............................................ 383 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 511 (P1, Tue), 1020 (P1, Thu) Beaver, Nathaniel......................................... 98 (P1, Mon) Becker, Joerg................................................505 (P1, Tue) Becuwe, Matthieu...................................... 230 (P1, Mon) Bedzyk, Michael........................................ 169 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 529 (P1, Tue), 1012 (P1, Thu)

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Behm, Rolf...................................................632 (P1, Tue) Bekaert, Emilie........................................... 974 (P1, Thu) Bélanger, Daniel........................................... 86 (P1, Mon) Belcher, Angela............................................620 (P1, Tue) Belgibayeva, Ayaulym.............................. 1025 (P1, Thu) Belharouak, Ilias................ 408 (P1, Mon), 730 (P1, Tue) Beltrop, Kolja............................................. 382 (P1, Mon) Ben Yahia, Hamdi........................................730 (P1, Tue) Ben Yahia, Mouna..................................... 1011 (P1, Thu) Benabdallah, Omar...........168 (P1, Mon), 177 (P1, Mon) Benayad, Anass.......................................... 307 (P1, Mon) Bender, Conrad.................. 398 (P1, Mon), 779 (P1, Tue) Benedek, Roy........................ 7 (I1, Mon), 452 (P1, Mon) .................... 847 (P1, Tue), 944 (P1, Thu), 950 (P1, Thu) Bengoechea, Miguel................................. 1206 (P1, Thu) Berg, Erik.............................711 (P1, Tue), 715 (P1, Tue) Berg, Erik J.....................................................9 (I1, Mon) Bergner, Benjamin..................................... 398 (P1, Mon) .............................................757 (P1, Tue), 779 (P1, Tue) Berhaut, Christopher................................. 1053 (P1, Thu) Berkem, Ali..................................................551 (P1, Tue) Berkes, Balįzs...................145 (P1, Mon), 270 (P1, Mon) Bernard, Laurent..........................................690 (P1, Tue) Besnard, Nicolas..............................................70 (I1, Fri) Bessler, Wolfgang............. 493 (P1, Tue), 1178 (P1, Thu) Best, Adam..... 56 (I1, Thu), 660 (P1, Tue), 665 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1152 (P1, Thu), 1187 (P1, Thu) Bettge, Martin............................................. 951 (P1, Thu) Bexell, Ulf....................................................504 (P1, Tue) Bhagat, Rohit.......................487 (P1, Tue), 511 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 597 (P1, Tue), 1036 (P1, Thu) Bhaskar, Aiswarya.............102 (P1, Mon), 866 (P1, Thu) Bhatt, Anand........................56 (I1, Thu), 1152 (P1, Thu) Bhattacharya, Indranil................................ 130 (P1, Mon) Bhattacharya, Priyanka................................578 (P1, Tue) Bhattacharya, Priyanka............................. 1177 (P1, Thu) Bhushan, Bharat......................................... 200 (P1, Mon) Bi, Xuanxuan.....................790 (P1, Tue), 1115 (P1, Thu) Bi, Zhonghe................................................ 424 (P1, Mon) Bian, Xiaofei................................................801 (P1, Tue) Bianchini, Matteo.......................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Bianchini, Matteo........................................... 32 (I1, Tue) Bibent, Nicolas........................................... 147 (P1, Mon) Bibienne, Thomas........................................661 (P1, Tue) Bibienne, Thomas..................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Bie, Xiaofei........................ 369 (P1, Mon), 724 (P1, Tue) Biedermann, Franziska....... 510 (P1, Tue), 970 (P1, Thu) Bigoni, Francesca........................................ 924 (P1, Thu) Bilal, Essaid............................................... 127 (P1, Mon) Billaud, Juliette............................................622 (P1, Tue) Biller, Agnčs.............................................. 1091 (P1, Thu) Billy, Emmanuel....................................... 1229 (P1, Thu) Bimashofer, Gesara.................................... 286 (P1, Mon) Binder, Joachim...........................................494 (P1, Tue) Binitha, G.................................................... 902 (P1, Thu) Bisquert, Juan...............................................565 (P1, Tue) Bissonnette, Paul....................................... 1013 (P1, Thu) Biton, Moshiel............................................ 963 (P1, Thu) Björefors, Fredrik....................................... 172 (P1, Mon) Blanc, Pierre.................................................643 (P1, Tue) Blanga, Raymond.........................................829 (P1, Tue) Blauwkamp, Joel.............................................7 (I1, Mon) ............................................ 474 (P1, Tue), 950 (P1, Thu) Blazquez, Jose........................................... 1206 (P1, Thu) Bloom, Ira.........................294 (P1, Mon), 435 (P1, Mon) .....................473 (P1, Tue), 497 (P1, Tue), 664 (P1, Tue) ............................................876 (P1, Thu), 951 (P1, Thu) Bloom, Samuel............................................ 876 (P1, Thu) Bo, Shou-Hang.......................................... 1105 (P1, Thu) Bock, David.........................607 (P1, Tue), 608 (P1, Tue) Bockholt, Henrike........................................642 (P1, Tue) Bodnarchuk, Maryna....................................733 (P1, Tue) Bodoardo, Silvia................ 420 (P1, Mon), 778 (P1, Tue) Boesenberg, Ulrike.................................... 231 (P1, Mon) Boettcher, Shannon......................................820 (P1, Tue) Böhme, Solveig............................................504 (P1, Tue) Bohmhammel, Klaus..........207 (P1, Mon), 970 (P1, Thu) Boivin, Edouard............................................ 50 (I1, Wed) Bolimowska, Ewelina................................ 307 (P1, Mon)

Bolli, Christoph............................................711 (P1, Tue) Bommier, Clement.................................... 1122 (P1, Thu) Bommier, Clement............ 821 (P1, Tue), 1121 (P1, Thu) Bond, Toby.................................................. 995 (P1, Thu) Bönhardt, Sascha..........................................547 (P1, Tue) Boniface, Maxime................. 13 (I1, Mon), 513 (P1, Tue) Bonnet, Pierre............................................ 221 (P1, Mon) Bonnick, Patrick......................................... 412 (P1, Mon) Bordes, Arnaud.............................................13 (I1, Mon) Borel, Philippe.................. 715 (P1, Tue), 1011 (P1, Thu) Borgel, Valentina..........................................747 (P1, Tue) Borkiewicz, Olaf........................................ 401 (P1, Mon) Borodin, Oleg................................................17 (I1, Mon) Borsa, Dana....................... 731 (P1, Tue), 1000 (P1, Thu) Bosch, Roel............................................... 1000 (P1, Thu) Bosnyak, Clive.......................................... 1023 (P1, Thu) Botros, Miriam........................................... 267 (P1, Mon) Botte, Gerardine...........................................559 (P1, Tue) Botton, Gianluigi.............468 (P1, Mon), 1001 (P1, Thu) Botton, Gianluigi................892 (P1, Thu), 893 (P1, Thu) Boulet-Roblin, Lucien................................... 52 (I1, Thu), .......................................... 715 (P1, Tue), 1011 (P1, Thu) Boulineau, Adrien............330 (P1, Mon), 1229 (P1, Thu) Bouzaglo, Hana........................................... 891 (P1, Thu) Bowden, Mark............................................ 396 (P1, Mon) Bower, Allan............................................... 878 (P1, Thu) Boyen, Hans-Gerd...................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Brady, Alexander..................607 (P1, Tue), 612 (P1, Tue) Brady, Nicholas............................................608 (P1, Tue) Bramnik, Natalia................102 (P1, Mon), 866 (P1, Thu) Brandell, Daniel...............404 (P1, Mon), 1222 (P1, Thu) Brandell, Daniel......................................... 276 (P1, Mon) Brandon, Andrew.........................................836 (P1, Tue) Brandon, Nigel.................. 963 (P1, Thu), 1196 (P1, Thu) Brandstätter, Harald................................... 273 (P1, Mon) Brant, William............................................ 163 (P1, Mon) Bras, Wim....................................................622 (P1, Tue) Braun, Philipp..............................................785 (P1, Tue) Bresser, Dominic............................................ 60 (I1, Thu) Bresser, Dominic..........................................690 (P1, Tue) Brett, Daniel.................................................659 (P1, Tue) Breuer, Stefan............................................ 1090 (P1, Thu) Brezesinski, Torsten..........145 (P1, Mon), 270 (P1, Mon) Brodusch, Nicolas....................................... 934 (P1, Thu) Broux, Thibault............................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Brown, Dennis.............................................509 (P1, Tue) Brown, Melanie........................................... 988 (P1, Thu) Brownrigg, Alex...........................................622 (P1, Tue) Brox, Sebastian......................................... 1092 (P1, Thu) Bruce, Peter... 18 (I1, Tue), 378 (P1, Mon), 488 (P1, Tue) .................. 622 (P1, Tue), 920 (P1, Thu), 1077 (P1, Thu) Brugge, Rowena...........................................706 (P1, Tue) Brun-Buisson, David................................. 245 (P1, Mon) Bruni, Giovanna...........................................734 (P1, Tue) Brunklaus, Gunther......................................520 (P1, Tue) Brus, Louis................................................. 445 (P1, Mon) Brushett, Fikile.............................................628 (P1, Tue) Buannic, Lucienne..................................... 272 (P1, Mon) Buchberger, Irmgard.................................... 96 (P1, Mon) Bucher, Nicolas........................................... 933 (P1, Thu) Buchholz, Daniel........................................ 340 (P1, Mon) Buchholz, Donald...................................... 169 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 529 (P1, Tue), 1012 (P1, Thu) Buensow, Johanna........................................601 (P1, Tue) Bugga, Ratnakumar......................................786 (P1, Tue) Bugnet, Matthieu....................................... 1001 (P1, Thu) Bund, Andreas................... 598 (P1, Tue), 1078 (P1, Thu) Buqa, Hilmi..........................493 (P1, Tue), 643 (P1, Tue) Buraidah, M. H............................................596 (P1, Tue) Burgos, Juan............................................... 403 (P1, Mon) Burke, Colin............................................... 427 (P1, Mon) Burns, John..................................................823 (P1, Tue) Burrell, Anthony...............387 (P1, Mon), 400 (P1, Mon) .................. 808 (P1, Tue), 876 (P1, Thu), 1131 (P1, Thu) .............. 1135 (P1, Thu), 1163 (P1, Thu), 1186 (P1, Thu) Buyukaksoy, Aligul......................................670 (P1, Tue) Byeon, Mi Rang.......................................... 937 (P1, Thu) Bünting, Aiko...............................................818 (P1, Tue) Büttner, Niklas.............................................505 (P1, Tue)

Byun, Dongjin..............................................816 (P1, Tue) Byun, Seoungwoo...................................... 459 (P1, Mon) .............................................590 (P1, Tue), 592 (P1, Tue) Byun, Seoungwoo..................................... 1218 (P1, Thu) Byun, Seoungwoo........................................588 (P1, Tue)

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Caban-Huertas, Zahilia............................... 867 (P1, Thu) Cabana, Jordi.............................................. 151 (P1, Mon) Cabana, Jordi.......................... 53 (I1, Thu), 476 (P1, Tue) ..................976 (P1, Thu), 979 (P1, Thu), 1016 (P1, Thu) .............. 1162 (P1, Thu), 1163 (P1, Thu), 1186 (P1, Thu) Cabańero Martķnez, Marian..................... 1215 (P1, Thu) Cai, Dongyu.............................................. 1077 (P1, Thu) Cai, Jingjing............................................... 441 (P1, Mon) Cai, Mei........................... 1046 (P1, Thu), 1150 (P1, Thu) Cakmak, Mukerrem.....................................551 (P1, Tue) Caldwell, Elizabeth................................... 1089 (P1, Thu) Cama, Christina................. 608 (P1, Tue), 1132 (P1, Thu) Camacho Sosa Dias, Jorge......................... 253 (P1, Mon) Cįmara, Osvaldo............... 873 (P1, Thu), 1164 (P1, Thu) Cambaz, Musa..............................................802 (P1, Tue) Campion, Christopher........ 194 (P1, Mon), 689 (P1, Tue) Canepa, Pieremanuele......423 (P1, Mon), 1149 (P1, Thu) Cao, Lei............................... 657 (P1, Tue), 877 (P1, Thu) Cao, Lei...................................................... 251 (P1, Mon) Cao, Lujie.................................................. 1169 (P1, Thu) Cao, Ruiguo............................................... 358 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 578 (P1, Tue), 930 (P1, Thu) Capraz, Omer...............................................532 (P1, Tue) Carewska, Maria................ 265 (P1, Mon), 700 (P1, Tue) Carignano, Marcelo................................... 1225 (P1, Thu) Carlier, Dany................................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Carlson, Steve........................................... 1039 (P1, Thu) Carlson, Steve A...........................................649 (P1, Tue) Carrasco, Javier.......................................... 272 (P1, Mon) Carroll, Kyler.............................................. 943 (P1, Thu) Carstensen, Jürgen...............602 (P1, Tue), 603 (P1, Tue) Cartmell, Samuel................. 806 (P1, Tue), 896 (P1, Thu) Casey, Patrick...............................................827 (P1, Tue) Casselman, Matthew.......... 136 (P1, Mon), 761 (P1, Tue) Castro, Fernando..........................................529 (P1, Tue) Ceder, Gerbrand................423 (P1, Mon), 456 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 742 (P1, Tue), 1149 (P1, Thu) Ceder, Gerbrand............................................ 39 (I1, Wed) Cekic-Laskovic, Isidora........3 (I1, Mon), 1092 (P1, Thu) Cendoya, Iosu........................................... 1201 (P1, Thu) Cento, Cinzia.............................................. 233 (P1, Mon) Ceresoli, Davide...........................................838 (P1, Tue) Cesbron, Marius......................................... 285 (P1, Mon) Chabrol, Claude......................................... 245 (P1, Mon) Chagnes, Alexandre.......... 856 (P1, Tue), 1054 (P1, Thu) Chai, Jingchao............................................ 308 (P1, Mon) Chakravadhanula, Venkata...........................632 (P1, Tue) Chamaani, Amir......................................... 390 (P1, Mon) Chan, Kwong-Yu...............215 (P1, Mon), 336 (P1, Mon) Chan, Maria................................................ 372 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 509 (P1, Tue), 1185 (P1, Thu) Chandra Sekhar, Bongu............................. 122 (P1, Mon) Chandrabose, Raghu....................................820 (P1, Tue) Chang, Chi-Hao................ 812 (P1, Tue), 1139 (P1, Thu) Chang, Hee Jung........................................ 105 (P1, Mon) Chang, Jingbo............................................ 108 (P1, Mon) Chang, Wansoo........................................... 975 (P1, Thu) Chang, Wansoo.......................................... 116 (P1, Mon) Chao, Dongliang..........................................810 (P1, Tue) Chao, Kuan-Yu.............................................833 (P1, Tue) Chao-xiang, Xie........................................ 1032 (P1, Thu) Chapman, Karena..............206 (P1, Mon), 401 (P1, Mon) Charles, Terrance.........................................855 (P1, Tue) Charton, Christopher................................. 1091 (P1, Thu) Chartrand, Patrice..................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Chase, Gregory.......................................... 427 (P1, Mon) Chauque, Susana......................................... 873 (P1, Thu) Chawla, Neha............................................. 390 (P1, Mon) Chaychizadeh, Farzin......... 447 (P1, Mon), 843 (P1, Tue) Chen, Chen Chung..................................... 240 (P1, Mon) Chen, Cheng.................................................698 (P1, Tue) Chen, Chien-Fan...............403 (P1, Mon), 413 (P1, Mon) 99


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Chen, Chunhui............................................ 863 (P1, Thu) Chen, Fangfang.......................................... 461 (P1, Mon) Chen, Gen.................................................. 128 (P1, Mon) Chen, Guohua..............................................566 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 978 (P1, Thu), 1158 (P1, Thu) Chen, Hailong..................341 (P1, Mon), 1079 (P1, Thu) Chen, Haomin................... 738 (P1, Tue), 1209 (P1, Thu) Chen, Hungru..................... 322 (P1, Mon), 506 (P1, Tue) Chen, Jian......................................................15 (I1, Mon) Chen, Junhong........................................... 108 (P1, Mon) Chen, Junzheng................358 (P1, Mon), 1134 (P1, Thu) Chen, Ke Zheng......................................... 381 (P1, Mon) Chen, Kuan-Hung..................................... 1015 (P1, Thu) Chen, Lillian............................................. 1027 (P1, Thu) Chen, Lin......................................................633 (P1, Tue) Chen, Liquan............................................... 912 (P1, Thu) Chen, Liwei.................................................. 97 (P1, Mon) Chen, Meng-Fu............................................502 (P1, Tue) Chen, Ning................................................... 81 (P1, Mon) Chen, Shao-Jie............................................... 34 (I1, Tue) Chen, Shi-Wei............................................ 161 (P1, Mon) Chen, Tsan-Yao.......................................... 161 (P1, Mon) Chen, Wei................................................... 314 (P1, Mon) Chen, Xiao.......................169 (P1, Mon), 1012 (P1, Thu) Chen, Xiao-Tian............................................. 34 (I1, Tue) Chen, Yan.....................................................570 (P1, Tue) Chen, Yanjing...............................................713 (P1, Tue) Chen, Yu-ming........................................... 143 (P1, Mon) Chen, Yuan...................................................631 (P1, Tue) Chen, Yuhui................................................ 378 (P1, Mon) Chen, Zhi................................................... 1145 (P1, Thu) Chen, Zhongwei...........................................573 (P1, Tue) Chen, Zonghai............................................. 882 (P1, Thu) Chen, Zonghai.................... 254 (P1, Mon), 572 (P1, Tue) .............................................729 (P1, Tue), 789 (P1, Tue) ............................................894 (P1, Thu), 951 (P1, Thu) Cheng, Gang..................... 719 (P1, Tue), 1047 (P1, Thu) Cheng, Guangyu....................................... 1200 (P1, Thu) Cheng, Hsiu-Wei........................................ 302 (P1, Mon) Cheng, Jianli................................................788 (P1, Tue) Cheng, Ju-Hsiang............... 204 (P1, Mon), 767 (P1, Tue) Cheng, Lei.................................................. 314 (P1, Mon) Cheng, Xin-Bing..................87 (P1, Mon), 859 (P1, Thu) Cheng, Xin-Bing..........................................798 (P1, Tue) Cheng, Yang-Tse...............136 (P1, Mon), 192 (P1, Mon) Cheng, Yingchun....................................... 1124 (P1, Thu) Cheng, Yingwen...........................................749 (P1, Tue) Cheng, Yun................................................. 457 (P1, Mon) Cherkaoui El Moursli, Fouzia.................... 168 (P1, Mon) ................................................................... 177 (P1, Mon) Cherkashinin, Gennady............................... 910 (P1, Thu) Chernova, Natasha............. 206 (P1, Mon), 599 (P1, Tue) Chesneau, Frederick.............747 (P1, Tue), 813 (P1, Tue) Chevrier, Vincent............... 299 (P1, Mon), 717 (P1, Tue) Chew, Narelle............................................ 1152 (P1, Thu) Chi, Shang-Sen............................................ 82 (P1, Mon) Chiang, Ching Hua..........1062 (P1, Thu), 1063 (P1, Thu) Chiang, Yet-Ming................... 68 (I1, Fri), 126 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 410 (P1, Mon), 619 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 887 (P1, Thu), 1130 (P1, Thu) Chiba, Kazuki............................................ 210 (P1, Mon) Chiba, Kazuki..............................................636 (P1, Tue) Chiba, Takatomi......................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Chien, Po-Hsiu............................................ 875 (P1, Thu) Chihara, Kuniko................. 369 (P1, Mon), 723 (P1, Tue) Chiku, Masanobu....................................... 275 (P1, Mon) Chiu, Hsien-Chieh........................................ 81 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 530 (P1, Tue), 934 (P1, Thu) Chiu, Kuo-Feng................154 (P1, Mon), 159 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 833 (P1, Tue), 939 (P1, Thu) .......................................... 952 (P1, Thu), 1197 (P1, Thu) Cho, Byung-Won...................................... 1137 (P1, Thu) Cho, chae Ryong......................................... 926 (P1, Thu) Cho, Hunhui............................................... 375 (P1, Mon) Cho, Hyeon................................................ 174 (P1, Mon) Cho, Inseong........................589 (P1, Tue), 591 (P1, Tue) .............................................592 (P1, Tue), 594 (P1, Tue) Cho, Jaephil................................................ 174 (P1, Mon) Cho, Jaephil..................................................477 (P1, Tue)

Cho, Jaephil.................................................... 62 (I1, Thu) Cho, Jin Hyuk............................................. 926 (P1, Thu) Cho, Jinhyun....................239 (P1, Mon), 1028 (P1, Thu) Cho, Jong-Soo..................... 517 (P1, Tue), 865 (P1, Thu) Cho, Kuk Young................. 238 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue) .............................................593 (P1, Tue), 687 (P1, Tue) Cho, Kyeongjae.................. 170 (P1, Mon), 852 (P1, Tue) Cho, Maenghyo.......................................... 170 (P1, Mon) Cho, Sung-Jin....................241 (P1, Mon), 247 (P1, Mon) ................... 249 (P1, Mon), 517 (P1, Tue), 518 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 560 (P1, Tue), 865 (P1, Thu) Cho, Woosuk............................................... 898 (P1, Thu) Choe, Heeman............................................ 375 (P1, Mon) Choe, Min-Ju...............................................619 (P1, Tue) Choi, Daiwon.............................................. 896 (P1, Thu) Choi, Ho-Suk...............................................816 (P1, Tue) Choi, hun Seok............................................ 926 (P1, Thu) Choi, Hyun Jun.................. 337 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) Choi, Jaecheol......................591 (P1, Tue), 593 (P1, Tue) Choi, Jaeho.........................354 (P1, Mon), 907 (P1, Thu) Choi, Jang Wook...................63 (I1, Thu), 361 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 795 (P1, Tue), 898 (P1, Thu) Choi, Jeong-Hee........................................ 1052 (P1, Thu) Choi, Ji-Won......................209 (P1, Mon), 958 (P1, Thu) Choi, Kwang Shik........................................793 (P1, Tue) Choi, Lak Young..............261 (P1, Mon), 1059 (P1, Thu) Choi, Seung-Woo.............. 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Choi, Wonchang.......................................... 936 (P1, Thu) Choi, Wonchang.......................................... 913 (P1, Thu) Choi, Woo................................................... 916 (P1, Thu) Choi, Yeon Jun........................................... 153 (P1, Mon) Choi, Yong-Seok........................................ 264 (P1, Mon) Choi, Yoo-Jin............................................. 139 (P1, Mon) Chojnacka, Agnieszka..................................546 (P1, Tue) Chong, Jin....................................................498 (P1, Tue) Chotard, Jean................................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Chou, Shulei.............................................. 1102 (P1, Thu) Chowdhury, Ridwanur.................................613 (P1, Tue) Christensen, Christian............................... 1180 (P1, Thu) Christiansen, Ane....................................... 344 (P1, Mon) Christy, Maria..................373 (P1, Mon), 1170 (P1, Thu) Chu, Xiaochun.......................................... 1226 (P1, Thu) Chu, Yeon-Yi................................................517 (P1, Tue) Chua, Daniel................................................631 (P1, Tue) Chueh, William.......................................... 100 (P1, Mon) Chueh, Yu-Lun.............................................528 (P1, Tue) Chun, Kyoung-Yong................................... 872 (P1, Thu) Chun, Sangeun.............................................820 (P1, Tue) Chung, Eun Hyuk...................................... 158 (P1, Mon) Chung, Eun Hyuk....................................... 997 (P1, Thu) Chung, Jaesik............................................ 1035 (P1, Thu) Chung, Sai-Cheong...........351 (P1, Mon), 353 (P1, Mon) Chung, Sheng-Heng.......... 812 (P1, Tue), 1139 (P1, Thu) Chung, Youngmin...................................... 206 (P1, Mon) Chupas, Peter............................................. 401 (P1, Mon) Clarke, Owain..............................................827 (P1, Tue) Clemens, Oliver...........................................718 (P1, Tue) Clement, Raphaele......................................... 51 (I1, Thu) Clément, Raphaėle.......................................739 (P1, Tue) Co, Anne............................. 657 (P1, Tue), 877 (P1, Thu) Co, Anne.............................909 (P1, Thu), 977 (P1, Thu) Coelho, Joao.................................................492 (P1, Tue) Cohen, Elazar...............................................829 (P1, Tue) Cole, Laura................................................. 339 (P1, Mon) Colin, Jean-Francois.................................. 222 (P1, Mon) Colombo, Roberta..................................... 1206 (P1, Thu) Conder, Joanna............................................... 52 (I1, Thu) Copley, Mark................................................595 (P1, Tue) Cornut, Renaud.......................................... 451 (P1, Mon) Corr, Serena.............................................. 1075 (P1, Thu) Coskun, Ali..................................................795 (P1, Tue) Cote, Gerard.................................................856 (P1, Tue) Courrčges, Cécile.........................................580 (P1, Tue) Cresce, Arthur............................................ 303 (P1, Mon) Croce, Fausto............................................. 282 (P1, Mon) Croguennec, Laurence.................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Croguennec, Laurence................................... 32 (I1, Tue) Crowe, Adam...............................................521 (P1, Tue) Croy, Jason.......7 (I1, Mon), 84 (P1, Mon), 474 (P1, Tue) .................... 541 (P1, Tue), 947 (P1, Thu), 950 (P1, Thu)

Cudek, Pavel............................................. 1165 (P1, Thu) Cuevas, Fermin.......................................... 147 (P1, Mon) Cui, Guanglei................................................15 (I1, Mon) ........................................... 308 (P1, Mon), 692 (P1, Tue) Cui, Shumao............................................... 108 (P1, Mon) Cui, Suihan................................................. 134 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 846 (P1, Tue), 1228 (P1, Thu) Cui, Xiaoli....................................................703 (P1, Tue) Cui, Yanyan................................................ 308 (P1, Mon) Cui, Yi............................................................ 59 (I1, Thu) Cui, Zhonghui........................................... 1174 (P1, Thu) Cui, Zili...................................................... 308 (P1, Mon) Cupid, Damian.............................................496 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 499 (P1, Tue), 985 (P1, Thu) Curtiss, Larry........................ 19 (I1, Tue), 395 (P1, Mon) ................ 449 (P1, Mon), 452 (P1, Mon), 453 (P1, Mon) ................ 791 (P1, Tue), 1044 (P1, Thu), 1134 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1182 (P1, Thu), 1189 (P1, Thu) Cussen, Edmund....................................... 1075 (P1, Thu)

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Dacek, Stephen............................................742 (P1, Tue) Dahbi, Mouad............................................ 348 (P1, Mon) ..........................................349 (P1, Mon), 414 (P1, Mon) Dahlberg, Kevin......................................... 241 (P1, Mon) Dahn, Jeff..........................266 (P1, Mon), 299 (P1, Mon) .....................716 (P1, Tue), 717 (P1, Tue), 823 (P1, Tue) Dahn, Jeff.......26 (I1, Tue), 892 (P1, Thu), 893 (P1, Thu) Dai, Fang......................... 1046 (P1, Thu), 1150 (P1, Thu) Dai, Yang..................................................... 966 (P1, Thu) Dai, Yong-nian.......................................... 1005 (P1, Thu) Dalla Corte, Daniel......................................519 (P1, Tue) Dalton-Castor, Sharon..................................611 (P1, Tue) Damien, Dijo............................................. 1106 (P1, Thu) Dang, Guoju................................................ 966 (P1, Thu) Daniel, Claus............................................. 1212 (P1, Thu) Daniel, Lise................................................ 245 (P1, Mon) Danilov, Dmitry........................................ 1214 (P1, Thu) Danner, Timo...............................................845 (P1, Tue) Danzer, Michael......................................... 226 (P1, Mon) Darcy, Eric................................................. 250 (P1, Mon) Darwiche, Ali.............................................. 971 (P1, Thu) Dasgupta, Neil........................................... 1015 (P1, Thu) Dashwood, Richard........... 511 (P1, Tue), 1036 (P1, Thu) David, Rénald............................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Davidi, Guy................................................ 110 (P1, Mon) Day, Sarah.......................... 229 (P1, Mon), 522 (P1, Tue) De Breucker, Sven..................................... 433 (P1, Mon) De Francesco, Massimo..... 265 (P1, Mon), 700 (P1, Tue) De Geyer, Arnaud...................................... 330 (P1, Mon) De Giorgio, Francesca............................... 269 (P1, Mon) ............................................919 (P1, Thu), 924 (P1, Thu) de Klerk, Niek.................... 463 (P1, Mon), 710 (P1, Tue) de la Llave, Ezequiel....................................747 (P1, Tue) De Meatza, Iratxe............1201 (P1, Thu), 1206 (P1, Thu) De Vito, Eric.......................13 (I1, Mon), 1229 (P1, Thu) De-Chao, Jian............................................ 1032 (P1, Thu) Decaux, Céline............................................ 918 (P1, Thu) Deduytsche, Davy...................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Dees, Dennis.............................................. 450 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 553 (P1, Tue), 1217 (P1, Thu) Deghenghi, Gianluca....................................643 (P1, Tue) Dehghandorost, Hojat..................................843 (P1, Tue) Delattre, Benjamin...................................... 887 (P1, Thu) Delferro, Massimiliano................................633 (P1, Tue) Dellen, Christian..........................................818 (P1, Tue) Delp, Samuel.............................................. 295 (P1, Mon) DeMayo, Rachel....................................... 1132 (P1, Thu) Demeaux, Julien...........................................713 (P1, Tue) Demir, Haci..................................................551 (P1, Tue) Demirocak, Dervis..................................... 200 (P1, Mon) Demopoulos, George................................... 81 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 530 (P1, Tue), 934 (P1, Thu) Deng, Daniel................................................691 (P1, Tue) Deng, Zhong................................................649 (P1, Tue) Dennis, Kimberly.........................................557 (P1, Tue) Deschamps, Michaėl..................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Deshpande, Rutooj..................................... 454 (P1, Mon) Detavernier, Christophe............................. 305 (P1, Mon)

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Author...............................................Abs No.

Deveney, Bridget..........................................641 (P1, Tue) Di Carli, Mariasole..................................... 233 (P1, Mon) Di Leo, Claudio............................................ 91 (P1, Mon) Di Michiel, Marco........................................659 (P1, Tue) Diallo, Abdoulaye........................................613 (P1, Tue) Dibden, James..............................................764 (P1, Tue) Diekmann, Jan..................................................75 (I1, Fri) Diemant, Thomas.........................................632 (P1, Tue) Dietz Rago, Nancy.......................................574 (P1, Tue) Difi, Siham...................................................735 (P1, Tue) Dimitrova, Anna........................................ 1078 (P1, Thu) Dimov, Nikolay.............................................. 33 (I1, Tue) Ding, Fei......................................................762 (P1, Tue) Ding, Ning........................ 759 (P1, Tue), 1190 (P1, Thu) Ding, Yujia........................... 98 (P1, Mon), 559 (P1, Tue) Dive, Aniruddha...........................................850 (P1, Tue) Dixit, Mudit.................................................835 (P1, Tue) Dixon, Ditty................................................ 866 (P1, Thu) Djenadic, Ruzica................ 267 (P1, Mon), 718 (P1, Tue) Doeff, Marca....................314 (P1, Mon), 1103 (P1, Thu) Dogan, Fulya........................... 7 (I1, Mon), 534 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 539 (P1, Tue), 950 (P1, Thu) Doh, Chil-Hoon........................................ 1052 (P1, Thu) Doi, Takayuki...................... 14 (I1, Mon), 101 (P1, Mon) .................. 268 (P1, Mon), 955 (P1, Thu), 972 (P1, Thu) Doig, Renny................................................ 892 (P1, Thu) Dokko, Kaoru..................1045 (P1, Thu), 1060 (P1, Thu) Dolgos, Michelle....................................... 1121 (P1, Thu) Dolgos, Michelle....................................... 1122 (P1, Thu) Dolhem, Franck.......................................... 230 (P1, Mon) Dollé, Mickael................... 661 (P1, Tue), 1022 (P1, Thu) Domi, Yasuhiro......................................... 1114 (P1, Thu) Dominko, Robert............................................ 67 (I1, Thu) Dominko, Robert..........................................622 (P1, Tue) Dong, Li.......................................................577 (P1, Tue) Dong, Winny.............................................. 431 (P1, Mon) Dong, Yingnan.............................................713 (P1, Tue) Doo, Seok-Gwang........................................852 (P1, Tue) Dooryhee, Eric.....................612 (P1, Tue), 639 (P1, Tue) Dörfler, Susanne...........................................516 (P1, Tue) Dörfler, Susanne...........................................784 (P1, Tue) Döring, Harry............................................ 1038 (P1, Thu) Dou, Shi............................. 429 (P1, Mon), 491 (P1, Tue) Dou, Shi Xue................................................754 (P1, Tue) Doubaji, Siham................. 725 (P1, Tue), 1099 (P1, Thu) Doublet, Marie-Liesse.............24 (I1, Tue), 519 (P1, Tue) Doubtsof, Lea............................................. 221 (P1, Mon) Dougassa, Yvon Rodrigue............................678 (P1, Tue) Doumae, Kyosuke....................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Dräger, Christoph....................................... 283 (P1, Mon) Draeger, Erik............................................. 1221 (P1, Thu) Dravid, Vinayak................334 (P1, Mon), 444 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 529 (P1, Tue), 950 (P1, Thu) ..........................................986 (P1, Thu), 1012 (P1, Thu) Dreger, Henning................ 642 (P1, Tue), 1021 (P1, Thu) Dreibelbis, Mark..........................................536 (P1, Tue) Drews, Andy.............................................. 438 (P1, Mon) Drockenmuller, Eric.....................................666 (P1, Tue) Drozhzhin, Oleg.......................................... 911 (P1, Thu) Du, Fei.............................. 801 (P1, Tue), 1109 (P1, Thu) Du, Fuming..................................................698 (P1, Tue) Du, Ke..........................................................809 (P1, Tue) Du, Peng.................................................... 1058 (P1, Thu) Du, Shuanglong......................................... 457 (P1, Mon) Du, Xuefei.................................................. 113 (P1, Mon) Du, Yuan-chao........................................... 1005 (P1, Thu) Du, Zhijia.................................................. 1212 (P1, Thu) Duan, Bo.................................................... 304 (P1, Mon) Duan, Yandong.......................................... 1228 (P1, Thu) Duarte, Roberto.......................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Dubal, Deepak............................................. 867 (P1, Thu) Dubois, Marc................................................629 (P1, Tue) Dubrunfaut, Olivier..........................................70 (I1, Fri) Dudney, Nancy............................................ 946 (P1, Thu) Dufek, Eric......................... 301 (P1, Mon), 651 (P1, Tue) Dufek, Eric................................................ 1108 (P1, Thu) Dufficy, Martin.............................................557 (P1, Tue) Duffort, Victor............................................ 412 (P1, Mon) Dunand, David........................................... 375 (P1, Mon)

Duong, Tien....................... 435 (P1, Mon), 497 (P1, Tue) Dupré, Nicolas..............................................13 (I1, Mon) Dupre, Nicolas..................971 (P1, Thu), 1069 (P1, Thu) Durham, Jessica...........................................612 (P1, Tue) Durst, Franz............................................... 1021 (P1, Thu) Duttine, Mathieu........................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Dutton, Siān.............................................. 1146 (P1, Thu) Dysart, Arthur............................................ 403 (P1, Mon) Dziembaj, Roman........................................546 (P1, Tue) Dzwiniel, Trevor........................................ 236 (P1, Mon) .........................................315 (P1, Mon), 1134 (P1, Thu)

Fan, Hong Jin...............................................810 (P1, Tue) Fan, Li-Zhen.......................899 (P1, Thu), 900 (P1, Thu) Fan, Li-Zhen........................ 82 (P1, Mon), 667 (P1, Tue) Fang, Huazhi............................................. 1080 (P1, Thu) Fang, Hui.....................................................621 (P1, Tue) Fang, Shuyu.................................................536 (P1, Tue) Fanz, Patrik......................... 814 (P1, Tue), 864 (P1, Thu) Faraz, Mohammadkazem.............................632 (P1, Tue) Farhat, Douaa............................................. 300 (P1, Mon) Farmakis, Filippos....................................... 80 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 581 (P1, Tue), 864 (P1, Thu) Farooq, Umer............................................ 1086 (P1, Thu) Farsi, Sarvenaz.............................................503 (P1, Tue) Fathi, Reza...................................................823 (P1, Tue) Fauth, Franēois......................... 32 (I1, Tue), 50 (I1, Wed) Fedkiw, Peter................................................557 (P1, Tue) Fedotov, Stanislav..............208 (P1, Mon), 911 (P1, Thu) Fei, Hai....................................................... 138 (P1, Mon) Feldmann, Thomas...................................... 934 (P1, Thu) Feng, Kun.....................................................545 (P1, Tue) Feng, Xuefei............................................... 386 (P1, Mon) Feng, Xuyong.............................................. 875 (P1, Thu) Feng, Yancong............................................ 109 (P1, Mon) Feng, Yi..............................259 (P1, Mon), 968 (P1, Thu) Feng, Zhen................................................ 1199 (P1, Thu) Feng, Zhenhe.............................................. 430 (P1, Mon) Feng, Zhenxing................169 (P1, Mon), 1135 (P1, Thu) Fenter, Paul.......................169 (P1, Mon), 388 (P1, Mon) ................ 501 (P1, Tue), 1012 (P1, Thu), 1135 (P1, Thu) Fergus, Jeffrey..............................................680 (P1, Tue) Fernandez-Serra, Maria................................612 (P1, Tue) Ferrara, Chiara.............................................734 (P1, Tue) Ferrara, Seth.................................................804 (P1, Tue) Fichtner, Maximilian................................. 1145 (P1, Thu) Fichtner, Maximilian............632 (P1, Tue), 802 (P1, Tue) Fielden, Ryan............................................. 339 (P1, Mon) Filtvedt, Werner.................227 (P1, Mon), 945 (P1, Thu) Finegan, Donal.....................487 (P1, Tue), 659 (P1, Tue) Fingerle, Mathias....................................... 280 (P1, Mon) Finlayson, Malcolm.................................. 1023 (P1, Thu) Finsterbusch, Martin....................................818 (P1, Tue) Fisher, Craig............................................... 144 (P1, Mon) Fister, Timothy..................169 (P1, Mon), 388 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 501 (P1, Tue), 1012 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1098 (P1, Thu), 1181 (P1, Thu) Fitch, Brian................................................ 112 (P1, Mon) Fittschen, Ursula........................................ 231 (P1, Mon) Flamme, Benjamin.................................... 1054 (P1, Thu) Fleetwood, James...................................... 1023 (P1, Thu) Fleury, Xavier............................................ 245 (P1, Mon) Focarete, Maria Letizia.............................. 269 (P1, Mon) Forbey, Scott............................................. 1023 (P1, Thu) Ford, Denise............................................... 372 (P1, Mon) Forseth, Sissel..............................................654 (P1, Tue) Forster, Magdalena.......................................486 (P1, Tue) Forsyth, Maria............................................ 461 (P1, Mon) Foster, Jamie............................................. 1074 (P1, Thu) Foster, Jamie.............................................. 468 (P1, Mon) Foster, Michael.............................................803 (P1, Tue) Francia, Carlotta................. 420 (P1, Mon), 778 (P1, Tue) Francis, Candice..................... 56 (I1, Thu), 660 (P1, Tue) Franco, Alejandro........................................ 873 (P1, Thu) Franklin, Joseph.......................................... 933 (P1, Thu) Franko, Christopher................................... 419 (P1, Mon) Frech, Florian............................................. 421 (P1, Mon) Fredin, Kristofer......................................... 441 (P1, Mon) Freedman, Kathrin............. 110 (P1, Mon), 635 (P1, Tue) Freeland, John............................................ 151 (P1, Mon) Friedrich, K............................................... 1175 (P1, Thu) Frimer, Aryeh............................................. 362 (P1, Mon) Froböse, Linus.............................................642 (P1, Tue) Fröhlich, Katja................... 286 (P1, Mon), 485 (P1, Tue) Fromm, Katharina...................................... 377 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 740 (P1, Tue), 1101 (P1, Thu) Frontera, Carles............................................. 47 (I1, Wed) Fu, Bi........................................................ 1100 (P1, Thu) Fu, Lijun...........................342 (P1, Mon), 1088 (P1, Thu) Fu, Yongzhu.................................................616 (P1, Tue) Fu, Zhengwen..................... 15 (I1, Mon), 321 (P1, Mon)

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Easton, Christopher................................... 1187 (P1, Thu) Eastwood, David..........................................659 (P1, Tue) Eberman, Kevin......................................... 299 (P1, Mon) Edfouf, Zineb....................168 (P1, Mon), 177 (P1, Mon) Edstrom, Kristina.........................................735 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 745 (P1, Tue), 1006 (P1, Thu) Edström, Kristina..............163 (P1, Mon), 404 (P1, Mon) Edström, Kristina..................61 (I1, Thu), 120 (P1, Mon) ................... 172 (P1, Mon), 504 (P1, Tue), 585 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 725 (P1, Tue), 1069 (P1, Thu) Efetov, Dmitri............................................ 445 (P1, Mon) Ehrenberg, Helmut............102 (P1, Mon), 283 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 707 (P1, Tue), 866 (P1, Thu) Eichhorn, Bryan...........................................531 (P1, Tue) Ejiri, Makoto................................................624 (P1, Tue) El watani, Loubna........................................580 (P1, Tue) El-Ghozzi, Malika........................................495 (P1, Tue) El-Zahab, Bilal........................................... 390 (P1, Mon) Elam, Jeffrey.....................394 (P1, Mon), 449 (P1, Mon) .............................................501 (P1, Tue), 633 (P1, Tue) Elia, Giuseppe Antonio............................. 1159 (P1, Thu) Elizabeth, Indu.............................................783 (P1, Tue) Elliott, Corrine.............................................761 (P1, Tue) Ellis, Leah...................................................... 26 (I1, Tue) Elmasides, Costas................ 80 (P1, Mon), 581 (P1, Tue) Emani, Satyanarayana..................................645 (P1, Tue) Emerich, Hermann.......................................632 (P1, Tue) Emery, Jonathan...........................................501 (P1, Tue) Emmermacher, Brita................................. 1038 (P1, Thu) Ender, Moses........................638 (P1, Tue), 785 (P1, Tue) Engelhard, Mark........................................ 358 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 396 (P1, Mon), 806 (P1, Tue) Eom, Ji-Yong.............................................. 904 (P1, Thu) Epp, Viktor.......................273 (P1, Mon), 1090 (P1, Thu) Erdas Guler, Aslihan.................................. 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon) Erhard, Simon.....................96 (P1, Mon), 437 (P1, Mon) .........................................446 (P1, Mon), 1227 (P1, Thu) Erickson, Evan............................................ 891 (P1, Thu) Eriksson, Henrik........................................ 441 (P1, Mon) Eriksson, Rickard....................................... 120 (P1, Mon) Esaki, Shogo.............................................. 198 (P1, Mon) Esbenshade, Jennifer........388 (P1, Mon), 1012 (P1, Thu) Esen, Ekin....................................................648 (P1, Tue) Esfahanian, Mohsen................................... 440 (P1, Mon) Esfahanian, Vahid.............432 (P1, Mon), 447 (P1, Mon) ......................................... 843 (P1, Tue), 1208 (P1, Thu) Esfandyari, Mohammad Javad................... 432 (P1, Mon) ................................................................... 440 (P1, Mon) Essehli, Rachid.............................................730 (P1, Tue) Estevez, Luis................................................578 (P1, Tue) Etiemble, Aurelien...........................................70 (I1, Fri) Evanko, Brian..............................................820 (P1, Tue) Evmenenko, Guennadi...... 529 (P1, Tue), 1012 (P1, Thu) Ewoldt, Randy..............................................768 (P1, Tue)

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F. Rodrigues, Marco-Tulio...........................694 (P1, Tue) Fabiani, Davide.......................................... 269 (P1, Mon) Fafilek, Günter........................................... 286 (P1, Mon) Fahrenkrug, Eli............................................521 (P1, Tue) Fakhfouri, Armaghan................................ 1187 (P1, Thu) Falconi, Andrea.......................................... 451 (P1, Mon) Falk, Mareike............................................. 231 (P1, Mon) Falkenberg, Gerald..................................... 231 (P1, Mon) Fan, Frank................................................. 1130 (P1, Thu)

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Author Index Author...............................................Abs No.

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Author...............................................Abs No.

Fujii, Kenta................................................ 316 (P1, Mon) Fujii, Yuta.................................................... 938 (P1, Thu) Fujisawa, Ai................................................. 99 (P1, Mon) Fujita, Yukiko............................................. 234 (P1, Mon) Fujita, Yukiko...............................................480 (P1, Tue) Fukuda, Katsutoshi.................................... 190 (P1, Mon) .........................................198 (P1, Mon), 1172 (P1, Thu) Fukuda, Taro.............................................. 379 (P1, Mon) Fukuda, Yoshiaki....................................... 1141 (P1, Thu) Fukui, Takehisa.................. 234 (P1, Mon), 480 (P1, Tue) Fukumoto, Kazunori.................................. 234 (P1, Mon) Fukunishi, Mika................348 (P1, Mon), 414 (P1, Mon) Fukuyama, Sayuri....................................... 860 (P1, Thu) Fulfer, Kristen............................................ 306 (P1, Mon) Fung, Kuan-Zong....................................... 103 (P1, Mon)

Ghanty, Chandan......................................... 891 (P1, Thu) Gieu, Jean-Baptiste......................................580 (P1, Tue) Gilbert, James................... 553 (P1, Tue), 1202 (P1, Thu) Gilles, Ralph................................................ 96 (P1, Mon) Gilljam, Martin............................................654 (P1, Tue) Gim, Jihyeon...................... 186 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) ..............1018 (P1, Thu), 1019 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Giordani, Vincent....................................... 427 (P1, Mon) Gittleson, Forrest..........................................803 (P1, Tue) Gitzendanner, Rob.......................................653 (P1, Tue) Glass, Hugh............................................... 1146 (P1, Thu) Glazier, Stephen............................................. 26 (I1, Tue) Glenneberg, Jens..............274 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) Gobet, Mallory........................................... 298 (P1, Mon) Gofer, Yosef.................................................817 (P1, Tue) Gogotsi, Yury.................... 800 (P1, Tue), 1097 (P1, Thu) Goldshtein, Keren........................................635 (P1, Tue) Golla-Schindler, Ute............503 (P1, Tue), 527 (P1, Tue) Golodnitsky, Diana.................................... 110 (P1, Mon) .............................................635 (P1, Tue), 829 (P1, Tue) Gomez Alvarez-Arenas, Tomas................. 253 (P1, Mon) Gómez-Romero, Pedro............................... 867 (P1, Thu) Gong, Zhengliang...................................... 345 (P1, Mon) Gonon, Laurent............................................513 (P1, Tue) Gonzįlez, I....................................................606 (P1, Tue) Goor, Meital.................................................635 (P1, Tue) Gopalakrishnan, Krishnakumar................. 443 (P1, Mon) .....................................................................844 (P1, Tue) Gordon, Ashley......................................... 1023 (P1, Thu) Gorshkov, Vadim..........................................490 (P1, Tue) Gotcu-Freis, Petronela.................................499 (P1, Tue) Gotoh, Kazuma.................. 220 (P1, Mon), 634 (P1, Tue) Goward, Gillian.................289 (P1, Mon), 419 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 468 (P1, Mon), 732 (P1, Tue) ........................................1001 (P1, Thu), 1074 (P1, Thu) Graczyk-Zajac, Magdalena......................... 999 (P1, Thu) Graetz, Jason................................................618 (P1, Tue) Graff, Gordon...............................................804 (P1, Tue) Grande, Hans-Jurgen................................. 1206 (P1, Thu) Grandinetti, Philip....................................... 909 (P1, Thu) Grant, Patrick...............................................512 (P1, Tue) Gratz, Eric.................................................. 465 (P1, Mon) Greeley, Jeff............................................... 449 (P1, Mon) Green, Nick................................................ 443 (P1, Mon) Greenbaum, Steven.................................... 298 (P1, Mon) Greer, Julia..........................91 (P1, Mon), 427 (P1, Mon) Greszler, Thomas....................................... 152 (P1, Mon) Grey, Clare............................51 (I1, Thu), 105 (P1, Mon) ................... 417 (P1, Mon), 599 (P1, Tue), 614 (P1, Tue) .................... 739 (P1, Tue), 838 (P1, Tue), 920 (P1, Thu) ..................921 (P1, Thu), 971 (P1, Thu), 1105 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1146 (P1, Thu), 1176 (P1, Thu) Griffith, Kent............................................... 921 (P1, Thu) Grimaud, Alexis......................................... 371 (P1, Mon) Grinblat, Judith........................................... 890 (P1, Thu) Grinblat, Judith........................................... 891 (P1, Thu) Gruar, Robert...................383 (P1, Mon), 1107 (P1, Thu) Grube, Matthias............................................516 (P1, Tue) Grübl, Daniel............................................. 1178 (P1, Thu) Gu, Hong-Hui........................................... 1200 (P1, Thu) Gu, Lin.................................. 15 (I1, Mon), 816 (P1, Tue) Gu, Sui....................................................... 287 (P1, Mon) Guan, Chuang............................................. 883 (P1, Thu) Guan, Yingxin..............................................536 (P1, Tue) Guarr, Thomas............................................ 246 (P1, Mon) Guda, Alexander..........................................632 (P1, Tue) Guduru, Pradeep................167 (P1, Mon), 878 (P1, Thu) Guéguen, Aurélie.........................................711 (P1, Tue) Guerfi, Abdelbast.................. 37 (I1, Wed), 601 (P1, Tue) Guerin, Katia................................................629 (P1, Tue) Guerin, Katia...................... 221 (P1, Mon), 495 (P1, Tue) Guillon, Olivier................... 707 (P1, Tue), 961 (P1, Thu) Guillot, Sarah...............................................708 (P1, Tue) Guin, Marie..................................................707 (P1, Tue) Guler, Mehmet Oguz.................................. 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon) Gullapalli, Hemtej........................................694 (P1, Tue) Guntow, Uwe...............................................601 (P1, Tue) Guo, Hua................................................... 1228 (P1, Thu)

Guo, Hua.................................................... 131 (P1, Mon) Guo, Rui............................ 967 (P1, Thu), 1155 (P1, Thu) Guo, Xiangxin....................... 15 (I1, Mon), 698 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1157 (P1, Thu), 1174 (P1, Thu) Guo, Yinsheng............................................ 445 (P1, Mon) Guo, Yu-Guo.............................................. 129 (P1, Mon) Gupta, Amit............................................... 1224 (P1, Thu) Gustafsson, Torbjörn......... 725 (P1, Tue), 1069 (P1, Thu) Gustafsson, Torbjörn.............61 (I1, Thu), 163 (P1, Mon) .........................................441 (P1, Mon), 1006 (P1, Thu) Gutierrez, Arturo....................................... 1098 (P1, Thu) Gutierrez, Cesar..............1201 (P1, Thu), 1206 (P1, Thu) Guyomard, Dominique............. 13 (I1, Mon), 70 (I1, Fri) ............................................971 (P1, Thu), 993 (P1, Thu) ........................................1014 (P1, Thu), 1069 (P1, Thu) Guzeler, Mustafa........................................ 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon)

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G Kannan, Aravindaraj....239 (P1, Mon), 1028 (P1, Thu) Gabrielli, Giulio...........................................527 (P1, Tue) Gajewska, Marta......................................... 973 (P1, Thu) Galiano, Hervé.......................................... 1091 (P1, Thu) Gallagher, Kevin............. 1129 (P1, Thu), 1217 (P1, Thu) Gallegos Sįnchez, Vķctor.............................586 (P1, Tue) Galvan, Marcelo...........................................606 (P1, Tue) Gamboa, Kristine........................................ 988 (P1, Thu) Gan, Hong................................................. 1132 (P1, Thu) Ganapathy, Swapna.................................... 363 (P1, Mon) .............................................710 (P1, Tue), 830 (P1, Tue) Gangadharan, Ananya.......119 (P1, Mon), 201 (P1, Mon) Ganguli, Babu..............................................694 (P1, Tue) Ganjeh Anzabi, Pejman............................. 1086 (P1, Thu) Gao, Jian...........................195 (P1, Mon), 255 (P1, Mon) Gao, Lei..................................................... 1200 (P1, Thu) Gao, Min..................................................... 889 (P1, Thu) Gao, Pengfei.................................................576 (P1, Tue) Gao, Ping.................................................. 1145 (P1, Thu) Gao, Tao............................ 663 (P1, Tue), 1133 (P1, Thu) Gao, Xiang................................................. 144 (P1, Mon) Gao, Xiangwen.......................................... 378 (P1, Mon) Gao, Yongtao............................................. 1204 (P1, Thu) Gao, Yurui................................................. 1119 (P1, Thu) Garbayo, Inigo........................................... 291 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 293 (P1, Mon), 538 (P1, Tue) Garcia-Araez, Nuria........... 392 (P1, Mon), 764 (P1, Tue) Garcia-Belmonte, Germa.............................565 (P1, Tue) Garrevoet, Jan............................................ 231 (P1, Mon) Garsuch, Arnd......................712 (P1, Tue), 713 (P1, Tue) Garza-Tovar, Lorena....................................586 (P1, Tue) Gasteiger, Hubert.................... 8 (I1, Mon), 96 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 317 (P1, Mon), 712 (P1, Tue) Gaubicher, Joėl.................................................70 (I1, Fri) Gaultois, Michael.........................................614 (P1, Tue) Gautam, Gopalakrishnan.. 423 (P1, Mon), 1149 (P1, Thu) Gauthier, Michel....................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Gauvin, Raynald................199 (P1, Mon), 934 (P1, Thu) Gavilan, Maximiliano................................. 873 (P1, Thu) Gavvalapalli, Nagarjuna..............................768 (P1, Tue) Gazda, Jerzy.............................................. 1023 (P1, Thu) Ge, Yeqian....................................................518 (P1, Tue) Ge, Yu...........................................................772 (P1, Tue) Gebel, Ajana.............................................. 1215 (P1, Thu) Geffraye, Franēoise.................................... 285 (P1, Mon) Gehrke, Hans............................................... 961 (P1, Thu) Gélinas, Bruno.............................................661 (P1, Tue) Geng, Dongsheng...................................... 1190 (P1, Thu) Geničs, Sylvie............................................ 245 (P1, Mon) Genieser, Ronny...........................................511 (P1, Tue) Genta, Jessica............................................. 291 (P1, Mon) Gentle, Ian............................776 (P1, Tue), 805 (P1, Tue) Georgoulas, Nikolaos................................... 80 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 581 (P1, Tue), 864 (P1, Thu) Gerbaldi, Claudio.........................................666 (P1, Tue) Gerber, Eric..................................................521 (P1, Tue) Gering, Kevin...............................................651 (P1, Tue) Gewirth, Andrew...............388 (P1, Mon), 401 (P1, Mon) .................402 (P1, Mon), 532 (P1, Tue), 1042 (P1, Thu) ..............1043 (P1, Thu), 1044 (P1, Thu), 1186 (P1, Thu) Gewirth, Andrew A......................................533 (P1, Tue) Geßwein, Holger................ 145 (P1, Mon), 494 (P1, Tue) Ghamouss, Fouad....................................... 310 (P1, Mon) 102

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Ha, Jung-Hoon.......................................... 1137 (P1, Thu) Ha, Seonbaek...............................................569 (P1, Tue) Haddad, Mansour.............. 856 (P1, Tue), 1054 (P1, Thu) Hadermann, Joke......................................... 911 (P1, Thu) Hagen, Markus.................... 814 (P1, Tue), 864 (P1, Thu) Hagiwara, Rika.......................................... 190 (P1, Mon) Hahlin, Maria...................305 (P1, Mon), 1006 (P1, Thu) Hahn, Horst........................ 267 (P1, Mon), 632 (P1, Tue) .............................................718 (P1, Tue), 845 (P1, Tue) Hahn, Robert............................................. 1159 (P1, Thu) Hai, Chunxi................................................. 931 (P1, Thu) Hai-tao, Gu................................................ 1032 (P1, Thu) Hairi Yazdi, Mohammad Reza................... 432 (P1, Mon) Hakari, Takashi.......................................... 364 (P1, Mon) Hakkou, Rachid............................................735 (P1, Tue) Halalay, Ion................................................ 235 (P1, Mon) .........................................289 (P1, Mon), 1074 (P1, Thu) Haldar, Arindam.......................................... 978 (P1, Thu) Halim, Martin...............................................584 (P1, Tue) Hall, Florian.................................................493 (P1, Tue) Hall, Nikita................................................. 383 (P1, Mon) Hall, Stephen................................................659 (P1, Tue) Hallmark, Jerry............................................826 (P1, Tue) Hamai, Kenta............................................. 185 (P1, Mon) Hamanaka, Nobuaki..................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Hamers, Robert...................89 (P1, Mon), 116 (P1, Mon) .................. 536 (P1, Tue), 708 (P1, Tue), 1058 (P1, Thu) Hammoud, Maha........................................ 194 (P1, Mon) Hamwi, Andre..............................................629 (P1, Tue) Han, Dongwook.......................................... 904 (P1, Thu) Han, Fudong....................... 386 (P1, Mon), 663 (P1, Tue) Han, Guangshuai..........................................703 (P1, Tue) ............................................969 (P1, Thu), 991 (P1, Thu) Han, Kee.................................................... 391 (P1, Mon) Han, Keesung..................... 358 (P1, Mon), 749 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 896 (P1, Thu), 1134 (P1, Thu) Han, Lili.......................................................639 (P1, Tue) Han, Sang Wook..........................................793 (P1, Tue) Han, Sang-Don................... 388 (P1, Mon), 808 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1131 (P1, Thu), 1163 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1181 (P1, Thu), 1186 (P1, Thu) Han, Taeyeong..................256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon) .........................................313 (P1, Mon), 1195 (P1, Thu) Han, Xiaogang........................................... 133 (P1, Mon) Han, Zhen-Ji................................................ 860 (P1, Thu) Hanisch, Christian............................................75 (I1, Fri) Hanzu, Ilie....................................................737 (P1, Tue) Hao, Rong....................................................488 (P1, Tue) Hao, Shiqiang...............................................840 (P1, Tue) Hara, Toru....................................................755 (P1, Tue) Hara, Toru................................................. 1154 (P1, Thu) Hara, Toru................................................. 1025 (P1, Thu) Harada, Yasuhiro..............................................69 (I1, Fri) Harada, Yoshihisa...............351 (P1, Mon), 989 (P1, Thu) Hardy, An................................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Hargrove, Samuel..................................... 1037 (P1, Thu) Hariharan, Mahesh.................................... 1106 (P1, Thu) Harks, Peter-Paul...................................... 1164 (P1, Thu) Haro, Marta..................................................565 (P1, Tue) Harris, Kris.......................419 (P1, Mon), 1001 (P1, Thu)

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Harris, Stephen.............................................848 (P1, Tue) Hart, John................................................... 114 (P1, Mon) Hartmann, Pascal.........................................747 (P1, Tue) Hartung, Steffen.......................................... 933 (P1, Thu) Haruna, Hiroshi............................................704 (P1, Tue) Haruta, Masakazu...............955 (P1, Thu), 972 (P1, Thu) Hasa, Ivana................................................. 340 (P1, Mon) Hasanuzzaman, Muhammad........................ 77 (P1, Mon) Hasegawa, Tatsuya............. 414 (P1, Mon), 723 (P1, Tue) Hashigami, Satoshi.................................... 101 (P1, Mon) Hashimoto, Kazuhito................................. 428 (P1, Mon) Hashimoto, Kazuki................................... 1099 (P1, Thu) Hashinokuchi, Michihiro..............................14 (I1, Mon) ..........................................101 (P1, Mon), 268 (P1, Mon) Hassoun, Jusef............................................ 340 (P1, Mon) Hatchard, Timothy.................................... 1013 (P1, Thu) Hattendorff, Johannes.................................. 96 (P1, Mon) Hattori, Masashi........................................ 1194 (P1, Thu) Hausbrand, René........................................ 280 (P1, Mon) Hayakawa, Yoshiki.................................... 1192 (P1, Thu) Hayashi, Akitoshi..............262 (P1, Mon), 364 (P1, Mon) .................381 (P1, Mon), 750 (P1, Tue), 1050 (P1, Thu) ........................................1051 (P1, Thu), 1067 (P1, Thu) Hayashi, Masahiko............. 365 (P1, Mon), 765 (P1, Tue) Hayashi, Saori........................................... 1138 (P1, Thu) Hayden, Brian..............................................827 (P1, Tue) Hayner, Cary................................................569 (P1, Tue) He, Jieqing................................................... 76 (P1, Mon) He, Kai...................................................... 1103 (P1, Thu) He, Kai.........................................................627 (P1, Tue) He, Kun..................................................... 1115 (P1, Thu) He, L............................................................ 994 (P1, Thu) He, Lewei.................................................... 862 (P1, Thu) He, Meinan................................................ 1081 (P1, Thu) He, Meinan......................... 263 (P1, Mon), 534 (P1, Tue) He, Minglong.......................711 (P1, Tue), 715 (P1, Tue) He, Qianran......................... 645 (P1, Tue), 885 (P1, Thu) He, Shiyang................................................ 325 (P1, Mon) He, Xiangming........................................... 160 (P1, Mon) ..........................................195 (P1, Mon), 255 (P1, Mon) He, Xiangming........................................... 156 (P1, Mon) He, Xin....................................................... 217 (P1, Mon) He, Xinyi..................................................... 880 (P1, Thu) He, Yan-bing.............................................. 242 (P1, Mon) He, Yu-Shi......................... 897 (P1, Thu), 1111 (P1, Thu) Heap, Richard..............................................796 (P1, Tue) Heath, Jennifer................... 322 (P1, Mon), 489 (P1, Tue) Heckmann, Andreas........... 382 (P1, Mon), 556 (P1, Tue) Heelan, Joseph........................................... 465 (P1, Mon) Hegazy, Omar............................................ 433 (P1, Mon) Hein, Simon.............................................. 1215 (P1, Thu) Heinonen, Olle.............................................834 (P1, Tue) Heinzel, John................................................656 (P1, Tue) Hekselman, Aleksandra............................. 1077 (P1, Thu) Henderson, Nancy..................................... 1023 (P1, Thu) Henderson, Wesley.......... 1134 (P1, Thu), 1177 (P1, Thu) Hendriks, Theodoor.....................................535 (P1, Tue) Hennige, Volker........................................ 1207 (P1, Thu) Hering, Philipp.............................................736 (P1, Tue) Heringa, Jouke................... 363 (P1, Mon), 830 (P1, Tue) Herlin, Nathalie.......................................... 222 (P1, Mon) Hermann, Keith.......................................... 389 (P1, Mon) Hernįndez, Guiomar.................................. 1002 (P1, Thu) Higuchi, Eiji............................................... 275 (P1, Mon) Higuchi, Mikio............................................ 938 (P1, Thu) Hikosaka, Hideaki........................................794 (P1, Tue) Hilal, Hikmat................................................699 (P1, Tue) Hildebrand, Stephan.................................. 1092 (P1, Thu) Hill, Matthew............................................ 1187 (P1, Thu) Hinds, Gareth...............................................659 (P1, Tue) Hioki, Ryuya............................................... 955 (P1, Thu) Hirai, Ayaka.............................................. 1045 (P1, Thu) Hirakawa, Satoru.......................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Hirano, Tastumi............................................704 (P1, Tue) Hirata, Kazuhisa........................................ 1065 (P1, Thu) Hirayama, Masaaki...........155 (P1, Mon), 211 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 384 (P1, Mon), 676 (P1, Tue) Hirayama, Tsukasa..................................... 279 (P1, Mon) Hirshberg, Daniel....................................... 362 (P1, Mon) Ho, Ching-Kit...................215 (P1, Mon), 336 (P1, Mon)

Ho, Park Sung............................................ 337 (P1, Mon) Hodkinson, Jack......................................... 292 (P1, Mon) Hoeppner, Katrin....................................... 1159 (P1, Thu) Höffer, Eike................................................ 446 (P1, Mon) Hoffman, Lance...........................................613 (P1, Tue) Hoffmann, Jennifer......................................674 (P1, Tue) Hofmann, Michael....................................... 96 (P1, Mon) Hogg, Bjoern-Ingo.................................... 1033 (P1, Thu) Hollenkamp, Anthony............ 56 (I1, Thu), 665 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1152 (P1, Thu), 1187 (P1, Thu) Holtstiege, Florian........................................520 (P1, Tue) Holzwarth, Natalie.......................................842 (P1, Tue) Hong, Chulgi.............................................. 403 (P1, Mon) Hong, Seong-Hyeon.....................................587 (P1, Tue) Hong, Tae Eun....................158 (P1, Mon), 937 (P1, Thu) Hong, Tae Eun............................................. 997 (P1, Thu) Hori, Hironobu............................................... 33 (I1, Tue) Hori, Satoshi................................................676 (P1, Tue) Hosaka, Tomooki............... 369 (P1, Mon), 724 (P1, Tue) Hoshino, Tsuyoshi...................................... 466 (P1, Mon) Hosono, Eiji......................216 (P1, Mon), 350 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 989 (P1, Thu), 1125 (P1, Thu) Hou, Ting-Zheng..........................................798 (P1, Tue) Hovington, Pierre.......................................... 37 (I1, Wed) Howard, Jason..............................................826 (P1, Tue) Höweling, Andres........................................494 (P1, Tue) Howell, David.................................................2 (I1, Mon) Hsu, Jung Mu............................................. 240 (P1, Mon) Hu, Carl...................................................... 247 (P1, Mon) Hu, Chao......................................................823 (P1, Tue) Hu, Daozhong............................................. 984 (P1, Thu) Hu, Enyuan........................ 191 (P1, Mon), 639 (P1, Tue) Hu, Enyuan..................................................695 (P1, Tue) Hu, Guorong................................................809 (P1, Tue) Hu, Jiangtao.............................................. 1228 (P1, Thu) Hu, Jianzhi................................................. 391 (P1, Mon) Hu, Liangbing............................................ 133 (P1, Mon) Hu, Liangbing............................................ 359 (P1, Mon) Hu, Linhua...................................................476 (P1, Tue) Hu, Shan.......................................................688 (P1, Tue) Hu, Shichao................................................ 120 (P1, Mon) Hu, Yan-Yan................................................ 875 (P1, Thu) Hu, Yong-Sheng...............................................71 (I1, Fri) .........................................346 (P1, Mon), 1123 (P1, Thu) Hu, Yongsheng..............................................15 (I1, Mon) Hu, Zongxiang........................................... 133 (P1, Mon) Hua, Lai........................................................577 (P1, Tue) Hua, Xiao.................................................... 920 (P1, Thu) Huang, Bo-Yuan......................................... 103 (P1, Mon) Huang, Chen-Jui........................................ 204 (P1, Mon) Huang, Chun................................................512 (P1, Tue) Huang, Haijun............................................. 991 (P1, Thu) Huang, Hong....................... 697 (P1, Tue), 883 (P1, Thu) Huang, Jia-Qi...............................................769 (P1, Tue) Huang, Jia-Qi............................................... 87 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 798 (P1, Tue), 859 (P1, Thu) Huang, Jian-Shiou........................................528 (P1, Tue) Huang, Jianping................ 612 (P1, Tue), 1132 (P1, Thu) Huang, Mian............................................. 1204 (P1, Thu) Huang, Qian................................................ 896 (P1, Thu) Huang, Qianye.....................487 (P1, Tue), 597 (P1, Tue) Huang, Quan-guo........................................ 990 (P1, Thu) Huang, Wenxuan..........................................742 (P1, Tue) Huang, Xiankun......................................... 156 (P1, Mon) Huang, Xiao-peng..................................... 1005 (P1, Thu) Huang, Xingkang....................................... 108 (P1, Mon) Huang, Yiqing............................................ 206 (P1, Mon) Huang, Zhen................................................... 34 (I1, Tue) Huang, Zhenguo......................................... 333 (P1, Mon) Huang, Zhuangqun..................................... 165 (P1, Mon) Hubaud, Aude.................... 388 (P1, Mon), 534 (P1, Tue) Hucke, Thomas............................................505 (P1, Tue) Hudaya, Chairul.......................................... 871 (P1, Thu) Huen, Priscilla............................................. 922 (P1, Thu) Huhman, Brett..............................................656 (P1, Tue) Huijben, Mark..............................................535 (P1, Tue) Hunt, Ian........................... 659 (P1, Tue), 1196 (P1, Thu) Hunt, Riley................................................ 1108 (P1, Thu) Huo, Yifeng......................467 (P1, Mon), 1169 (P1, Thu)

Huq, Ashfia......................... 617 (P1, Tue), 942 (P1, Thu) Husch, Tamara.......................................... 1092 (P1, Thu) Hüttl, Regina......................207 (P1, Mon), 970 (P1, Thu) Huynh, Thuy.................................................. 56 (I1, Thu) Hwang, Bing Joe..........................................767 (P1, Tue) Hwang, Bing-Joe........................................ 204 (P1, Mon) Hwang, Eui-Hyung......................................693 (P1, Tue) Hwang, Jamg-Yeon......................................747 (P1, Tue) Hwang, Jang-Yeon.................................... 1096 (P1, Thu) Hwang, Jieun................................................475 (P1, Tue) Hwang, Jinha.............................................. 139 (P1, Mon) Hwang, Jun Young.................................... 1024 (P1, Thu) Hwang, Suyeon............................................589 (P1, Tue) Hwang, Tae Hoon........................................795 (P1, Tue) Hy, Sunny.....570 (P1, Tue), 599 (P1, Tue), 767 (P1, Tue) Hybertsen, Mark..........................................612 (P1, Tue) Hyde, Timothy.............................................595 (P1, Tue)

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Ida, Shintaro............................................... 379 (P1, Mon) Iddir, Hakim......................449 (P1, Mon), 452 (P1, Mon) .................... 539 (P1, Tue), 847 (P1, Tue), 944 (P1, Thu) Idemoto, Yasushi........................................ 178 (P1, Mon) ........................................ 1007 (P1, Thu), 1167 (P1, Thu) Idrissi, Hassane.......................................... 118 (P1, Mon) Iinuma, Hiroki...................220 (P1, Mon), 350 (P1, Mon) Ikeuchi, Yuuta..............................................554 (P1, Tue) Ikeya, Mika................................................ 234 (P1, Mon) Ikuhara, Yuichi...................144 (P1, Mon), 879 (P1, Thu) Ikuhara, Yumi............................................. 144 (P1, Mon) Illig, Jörg......................................................785 (P1, Tue) Ilott, Andrew.............................................. 105 (P1, Mon) Im, Jinsol............................ 238 (P1, Mon), 687 (P1, Tue) Imanishi, Nobuyuki....................................... 42 (I1, Wed) .........................................370 (P1, Mon), 1192 (P1, Thu) Inaba, Minoru...................... 14 (I1, Mon), 101 (P1, Mon) .................. 268 (P1, Mon), 955 (P1, Thu), 972 (P1, Thu) Inada, Ryoji................................................ 320 (P1, Mon) Inagaki, Toru.............................................. 101 (P1, Mon) Inamasu, Tokuo.............................................14 (I1, Mon) Incorvati, Jared.......................................... 1179 (P1, Thu) Inda, Keisuke............................................. 379 (P1, Mon) Indris, Sylvio...................... 283 (P1, Mon), 707 (P1, Tue) Ingram, Brian..................... 395 (P1, Mon), 808 (P1, Tue) Inoue, Hidemi...............................................14 (I1, Mon) Inoue, Hiroshi............................................ 275 (P1, Mon) Inoue, Kazuhiko........................................ 1029 (P1, Thu) Inoue, Satoru.............................................. 176 (P1, Mon) Iocco, Rocco.............................................. 194 (P1, Mon) Iriyama, Yasutoshi.............. 279 (P1, Mon), 624 (P1, Tue) Isawa, Hidehiko......................................... 252 (P1, Mon) Ishida, Naoya............................................. 178 (P1, Mon) ........................................ 1007 (P1, Thu), 1167 (P1, Thu) Ishihara, Tatsumi...............366 (P1, Mon), 379 (P1, Mon) Ishikawa, Masashi.............. 179 (P1, Mon), 682 (P1, Tue) Ishwait, Manar.............................................473 (P1, Tue) Islam, M................................ 31 (I1, Tue), 322 (P1, Mon) .............................................489 (P1, Tue), 506 (P1, Tue) Islam, Saiful.........................780 (P1, Tue), 781 (P1, Tue) Ito, Kimihiko................................................782 (P1, Tue) Ito, Seitaro................................................. 1141 (P1, Thu) Ito, Tomoko............................................... 1072 (P1, Thu) Ito, Yusuke................................................. 262 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 381 (P1, Mon), 750 (P1, Tue) Itoh, Tetsuya................................................ 998 (P1, Thu) Iturrondobeitia, Amaia................................ 974 (P1, Thu) Ivanov, Svetlozar............... 598 (P1, Tue), 1078 (P1, Thu) Ivers-Tiffée, Ellen................638 (P1, Tue), 785 (P1, Tue) Iyer, Vinay....................................................768 (P1, Tue)

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Jache, Birte...................................................736 (P1, Tue) Jackson, David............................................. 89 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 536 (P1, Tue), 975 (P1, Thu) Jacobs, Ryan.............................................. 1216 (P1, Thu) Jadhav, Harsharaj S............. 471 (P1, Tue), 928 (P1, Thu) Jaegermann, Wolfram........280 (P1, Mon), 910 (P1, Thu) Jain, Gaurav.................................................823 (P1, Tue) James, Christine.......................................... 946 (P1, Thu) 103


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Janek, Jürgen........................11 (I1, Mon), 145 (P1, Mon) ................ 231 (P1, Mon), 270 (P1, Mon), 398 (P1, Mon) .....................736 (P1, Tue), 757 (P1, Tue), 779 (P1, Tue) .................. 819 (P1, Tue), 949 (P1, Thu), 1068 (P1, Thu) Jang, Heechan............................................. 861 (P1, Thu) Jang, HoSaeng............................................ 374 (P1, Mon) Jang, Il-Chan.............................................. 366 (P1, Mon) Jang, Ling-Yun........................................... 204 (P1, Mon) Jang, Yujin................................................... 937 (P1, Thu) Jansen, Andrew....................553 (P1, Tue), 574 (P1, Tue) Jarry, Angelique...........................................531 (P1, Tue) Jaumann, Tony.............................................516 (P1, Tue) Jazdanian, Andreas.......................................827 (P1, Tue) Jennings, Paul..............................................497 (P1, Tue) Jensen, Lowell............................................ 299 (P1, Mon) Jensen, Torben............................................. 922 (P1, Thu) Jeon, Hee Sang.............................................517 (P1, Tue) Jeong, Euh Duck................158 (P1, Mon), 937 (P1, Thu) Jeong, Euh Duck......................................... 997 (P1, Thu) Jeong, Hyeon Yeong................................. 1031 (P1, Thu) Jeong, Je Jun................................................517 (P1, Tue) Jeong, Jiseon...................... 256 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue) Jeong, Jun Hui............................................ 153 (P1, Mon) Jeong, Mihee......................324 (P1, Mon), 916 (P1, Thu) Jeong, Sookyung......................................... 930 (P1, Thu) Jeong, Sookyung..........................................578 (P1, Tue) Jeong, Wonhee................................................5 (I1, Mon) Jeong, Yo Chan......................................... 1156 (P1, Thu) Jerschow, Alexej........................................ 105 (P1, Mon) Jeschull, Fabian.......................................... 404 (P1, Mon) Jeswiet, Jacob............................................ 1230 (P1, Thu) Jheng, Yuan Ruei........................................ 159 (P1, Mon) Ji, Changwei.........................558 (P1, Tue), 650 (P1, Tue) ............................................954 (P1, Thu), 984 (P1, Thu) Ji, Shunping............................................... 133 (P1, Mon) Ji, Xiulei.................................................... 1122 (P1, Thu) Ji, Xiulei.......................................................820 (P1, Tue) Ji, Xiulei............................359 (P1, Mon), 360 (P1, Mon) Ji, Xiulei.......................................................821 (P1, Tue) ....................................... 1121 (P1, Thu), 1123 (P1, Thu) Jia, Chuankun............................................ 1151 (P1, Thu) Jia, Mengqiu................................................ 984 (P1, Thu) Jia, Ming.................................................... 457 (P1, Mon) Jia, Xiaoteng................................................772 (P1, Tue) Jian, Zelang........................ 359 (P1, Mon), 820 (P1, Tue) Jian, Zelang....................... 821 (P1, Tue), 1121 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1122 (P1, Thu), 1123 (P1, Thu) Jiang, Changyin.......................................... 156 (P1, Mon) Jiang, De-Tong............................................. 81 (P1, Mon) Jiang, Meng................................................ 468 (P1, Mon) ........................................1001 (P1, Thu), 1046 (P1, Thu) Jiang, Qianlei...............................................650 (P1, Tue) ............................................954 (P1, Thu), 984 (P1, Thu) Jiang, Yi.................................................... 1228 (P1, Thu) Jimenez-Manero, Pablo....................................70 (I1, Fri) Jin, Aihua................................................... 326 (P1, Mon) Jin, Dahee..........................256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon) Jin, Ik-Kyu...................................................816 (P1, Tue) Jin, Jun....................................................... 287 (P1, Mon) Jin, Liling.................................................. 1022 (P1, Thu) Jin, Xing..................................................... 324 (P1, Mon) Jin, Yongcheng.............................................760 (P1, Tue) Jin, Yuhong...................................................650 (P1, Tue) ............................................954 (P1, Thu), 984 (P1, Thu) Jo, Jeonggeun..................... 186 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) ........................................1017 (P1, Thu), 1018 (P1, Thu) Jo, Jeonggeun............................................. 188 (P1, Mon) Jo, Jeonggeun..................... 189 (P1, Mon), 781 (P1, Tue) ........................................1019 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Jo, Mi Ru................................................... 1112 (P1, Thu) Jo, Yong Nam...............................................754 (P1, Tue) Johannes, Michelle..................................... 151 (P1, Mon) Johansson, Patrik...................................... 1070 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1073 (P1, Thu), 1144 (P1, Thu) Johnsen, Rune............................................ 344 (P1, Mon) Johnson, Christopher........372 (P1, Mon), 387 (P1, Mon) .................. 509 (P1, Tue), 895 (P1, Thu), 1098 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1131 (P1, Thu), 1185 (P1, Thu) Johnson, Derek................... 194 (P1, Mon), 689 (P1, Tue)

Johnson, Lee.............................................. 378 (P1, Mon) Johnson, Tobias...............1055 (P1, Thu), 1058 (P1, Thu) Johnsson, Mats........................................... 120 (P1, Mon) Johnston, Karen........................................... 971 (P1, Thu) Jones, Elizabeth............................................533 (P1, Tue) Jones, John-Paul...........................................786 (P1, Tue) Jones, Reese.................................................803 (P1, Tue) Jones, Simon................................................786 (P1, Tue) Jong Pil, Kim............................................. 158 (P1, Mon) Jong-Seong, Bae........................................ 158 (P1, Mon) Jonson, Rob..................................................673 (P1, Tue) Jónsson, Erlendur....................................... 461 (P1, Mon) Joos, Martin.................................................814 (P1, Tue) Jorn, Ryan................................................. 1041 (P1, Thu) Jossen, Andreas...................96 (P1, Mon), 436 (P1, Mon) ..........................................437 (P1, Mon), 446 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 851 (P1, Tue), 1227 (P1, Thu) Joulie, Marion........................................... 1229 (P1, Thu) Jow, T................................151 (P1, Mon), 295 (P1, Mon) Jumas, Jean-Claude.................................... 147 (P1, Mon) Jumas, Jean-Claude......................................822 (P1, Tue) Jung, Hun-Gi...................... 409 (P1, Mon), 565 (P1, Tue) Jung, Jiwon.................................................. 79 (P1, Mon) Jung, Yong Ho.................1030 (P1, Thu), 1031 (P1, Thu) Jung, Young Hwa.............344 (P1, Mon), 1191 (P1, Thu) Jungman, Matthew.................................... 1023 (P1, Thu) Juranyi, Fanni............................................. 338 (P1, Mon) Jürich, Nadine............................................. 970 (P1, Thu)

Karkar, Zouina..................993 (P1, Thu), 1014 (P1, Thu) Karpeyev, Dmitry.........................................834 (P1, Tue) Karppinen, Maarit........................................508 (P1, Tue) Karsann, Devan......................................... 1108 (P1, Thu) Kaschmitter, James.................................... 247 (P1, Mon) Kasemchainan, Jitti................................... 1077 (P1, Thu) Kaskel, Stefan..............................................784 (P1, Tue) Kasper, Michael................974 (P1, Thu), 1033 (P1, Thu) Kataria, Shalu...............................................681 (P1, Tue) Kato, Eri...................................................... 962 (P1, Thu) Kato, Hisashi.............................................. 202 (P1, Mon) Kato, Takehisa............................................ 279 (P1, Mon) Katogi, Akihiro............................................723 (P1, Tue) Katsarakis, N.............................................. 232 (P1, Mon) Katsoudas, John........................................... 98 (P1, Mon) Kaupp, Martin..............................................838 (P1, Tue) Kaur, Aman..................................................761 (P1, Tue) Kaus, Maximilian.........................................707 (P1, Tue) Kaveevivitchai, Watchareeya.......................771 (P1, Tue) Kawaguchi, Tomoya................................. 1172 (P1, Thu) Kawakita, Yukinobu.....................................676 (P1, Tue) Kawamura, Soshi....................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Kawanishi, Masayuki................................. 101 (P1, Mon) Kawano, Naoki........................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Kawase, Takeo.......................................... 1065 (P1, Thu) Kazadojev, I............................................... 232 (P1, Mon) Kazda, Tomáš............................................. 411 (P1, Mon) Kazda, Tomáš............................................ 1165 (P1, Thu) Kazyak, Eric.............................................. 1015 (P1, Thu) Ke, Shaoyong............................................. 156 (P1, Mon) Ke, Wang................................................... 1032 (P1, Thu) Keil, Peter.................................................. 436 (P1, Mon) .........................................437 (P1, Mon), 1227 (P1, Thu) Kelder, Eric..................................................622 (P1, Tue) Keles, Ozgul.................................................777 (P1, Tue) Keller, Michael........................................... 137 (P1, Mon) Kendrick, Emma..............383 (P1, Mon), 1107 (P1, Thu) Kenkel, Alexander....................................... 941 (P1, Thu) Kennedy, Tadhg.......................................... 982 (P1, Thu) Kerner, Manfred........................................ 1070 (P1, Thu) Kerner, Manfred........................................ 1073 (P1, Thu) Key, Baris.....................................................476 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 539 (P1, Tue), 1016 (P1, Thu) Keyser, Matthew........................................ 248 (P1, Mon) Khalifah, Peter.................. 695 (P1, Tue), 1105 (P1, Thu) Khan, Saad...................................................557 (P1, Tue) Khasanova, Nellie....................................... 911 (P1, Thu) Khasanova, Nellie...................................... 208 (P1, Mon) Khateeb, Siddique...................................... 434 (P1, Mon) Khawaja, Sara............................................. 976 (P1, Thu) Khokhlov, Pavel......................................... 247 (P1, Mon) Kholkin, Andrei............................................490 (P1, Tue) Khounsary, Ali.............................................837 (P1, Tue) Kida, Satoru................................................ 888 (P1, Thu) Kikkawa, Jun....................351 (P1, Mon), 1125 (P1, Thu) Kikuchi, Kenta........................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Kilic, Ali...............................537 (P1, Tue), 561 (P1, Tue) Kilner, John........................ 272 (P1, Mon), 706 (P1, Tue) Kim, A-Young..............................................816 (P1, Tue) Kim, Byoung Ju...........................................857 (P1, Tue) Kim, Byung Gon........................................ 361 (P1, Mon) Kim, Chi-Su.................................................. 37 (I1, Wed) Kim, Chunjoong.............. 1016 (P1, Thu), 1171 (P1, Thu) Kim, Chunjoong...........................................787 (P1, Tue) Kim, Da-Hye..................... 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Kim, Dae Sik.............................................. 327 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 754 (P1, Tue), 1128 (P1, Thu) Kim, Dae-wook.......................................... 183 (P1, Mon) Kim, Do Kyung................344 (P1, Mon), 1191 (P1, Thu) Kim, Do Youb..............................................770 (P1, Tue) Kim, Do-Hoon.......................................... 1211 (P1, Thu) Kim, Dong Jun........................................... 389 (P1, Mon) Kim, Dong Wook.........................................770 (P1, Tue) Kim, Dong-Gyun....................................... 264 (P1, Mon) Kim, Dong-Won...............239 (P1, Mon), 1028 (P1, Thu) Kim, Dongyun........................................... 187 (P1, Mon) Kim, Dukjoon..............................................679 (P1, Tue) Kim, Guk-Tae............................................ 265 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 701 (P1, Tue), 1201 (P1, Thu)

104

K

Kachmar, Ali............................................. 1225 (P1, Thu) Kadoma, Yoshihiro.................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Kageyama, Hiroyuki........393 (P1, Mon), 1172 (P1, Thu) Kaghazchi, Payam................839 (P1, Tue), 853 (P1, Tue) Kahr, Jürgen.................................................485 (P1, Tue) Kahvecioglu Feridun, Ozgenur.................. 236 (P1, Mon) .............................................526 (P1, Tue), 552 (P1, Tue) Kaiser, Jörg..................................................845 (P1, Tue) Kaiser, Mohammad.................................... 429 (P1, Mon) Kaiser, Ute...........................503 (P1, Tue), 527 (P1, Tue) Kajiyama, Akihisa.............155 (P1, Mon), 211 (P1, Mon) Kajiyama, Satoshi...................................... 220 (P1, Mon) .........................................350 (P1, Mon), 1125 (P1, Thu) Kakigi, Tomoyuki...................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Kalaga, Kaushik...........................................694 (P1, Tue) Kalai Selvan, Ramakrishnan...................... 180 (P1, Mon) Kalaiselvi, Nallathamby............................. 122 (P1, Mon) Kalimuldina, Gulnur....................................481 (P1, Tue) Kaliyappan, Karthikeyan........................... 180 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 337 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) Kallo, Josef............................................... 1215 (P1, Thu) Kaltak, Merzuk............................................612 (P1, Tue) Kamath, Ganesh........................................ 1108 (P1, Thu) Kamei, Yutaro........................................... 1060 (P1, Thu) Kamimura, Yuuichi.................................... 198 (P1, Mon) Kamir, Yosi..................................................829 (P1, Tue) Kanamura, Kiyoshi....................................... 45 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 148 (P1, Mon), 479 (P1, Tue) Kaneko, Sakina......................................... 1147 (P1, Thu) Kang, Feiyu................................................ 242 (P1, Mon) Kang, Heuiseok......................................... 1024 (P1, Thu) Kang, Hixiao................................................550 (P1, Tue) Kang, Huixiao..............................................616 (P1, Tue) Kang, Joonhyeon....................................... 1171 (P1, Thu) Kang, Kisuk. 25 (I1, Tue), 587 (P1, Tue), 1211 (P1, Thu) Kang, Sun-Ho.................................................4 (I1, Mon) Kang, Sung...................................................857 (P1, Tue) Kang, Wenpei............................................ 1113 (P1, Thu) Kang, Yong-Mook.............. 332 (P1, Mon), 752 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 904 (P1, Thu), 1112 (P1, Thu) Kang, Yongku......................763 (P1, Tue), 770 (P1, Tue) Kanno, Ryoji........................46 (I1, Wed), 155 (P1, Mon) ..........................................211 (P1, Mon), 216 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 384 (P1, Mon), 676 (P1, Tue) Kara, Abdelkader...................................... 1222 (P1, Thu) Karakulina, Olesia...................................... 208 (P1, Mon) Karakulina, Olesia....................................... 911 (P1, Thu) Karan, Naba............................................... 167 (P1, Mon) Karge, Lukas................................................ 96 (P1, Mon)

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Author...............................................Abs No.

Kim, Gunwoo................................................. 51 (I1, Thu) Kim, Hacksung.......................................... 372 (P1, Mon) Kim, Hansu................................................ 327 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 754 (P1, Tue), 1128 (P1, Thu) Kim, Hee Joong................312 (P1, Mon), 459 (P1, Mon) Kim, Hee Min............................................ 407 (P1, Mon) Kim, Hee-Tak................................................ 41 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Kim, Ho-Sung................... 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Kim, Hyun-Kyung..................................... 182 (P1, Mon) Kim, Hyun-seung................. 79 (P1, Mon), 646 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1049 (P1, Thu), 1140 (P1, Thu) Kim, Hyunchul....................916 (P1, Thu), 917 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jae.......................................................517 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jae Chul............................................. 456 (P1, Mon) Kim, Jae Ho.............................................. 1156 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jae Hyun........................................... 140 (P1, Mon) ...........................................141 (P1, Mon), 914 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jae Jin..................................................501 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jae-Hun............................................. 375 (P1, Mon) Kim, Jaegyeong............................................630 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jaehoon.............................................. 992 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jaehoon...............................................475 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jaekook....................186 (P1, Mon), 189 (P1, Mon) ................ 780 (P1, Tue), 1018 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jaekook..................... 188 (P1, Mon), 781 (P1, Tue) ........................................1017 (P1, Thu), 1019 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jaekook............................................. 187 (P1, Mon) Kim, Jaemin................................................ 936 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jeom-Soo..................158 (P1, Mon), 997 (P1, Thu) Kim, JI Man.......................324 (P1, Mon), 917 (P1, Thu) Kim, Ji Young..............................................816 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jisoo....................................................482 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jong Seok.......................................... 225 (P1, Mon) Kim, Jongjung...................... 79 (P1, Mon), 646 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1049 (P1, Thu), 1140 (P1, Thu) Kim, Ju-Myung.................. 237 (P1, Mon), 668 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 669 (P1, Tue), 940 (P1, Thu) Kim, Jung Ho...............................................754 (P1, Tue) Kim, Jung-Hwan................ 237 (P1, Mon), 668 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 669 (P1, Tue), 940 (P1, Thu) Kim, Junhyeok.............................................477 (P1, Tue) Kim, Ki Jae................................................ 139 (P1, Mon) Kim, Kwang Jin......................................... 462 (P1, Mon) Kim, Kwang-Bum...................................... 209 (P1, Mon) Kim, Kwang-Bum...................................... 153 (P1, Mon) Kim, Kwang-Bum..................................... 1093 (P1, Thu) Kim, Kwang-Bum................482 (P1, Tue), 483 (P1, Tue) Kim, Kyeong-Joon.................................... 1040 (P1, Thu) Kim, Kyuman.......................591 (P1, Tue), 592 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 593 (P1, Tue), 1094 (P1, Thu) Kim, Kyungbae.......................................... 375 (P1, Mon) Kim, Min Kyu..............................................816 (P1, Tue) Kim, Min-Young............... 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Kim, Miyoung..............................................587 (P1, Tue) Kim, Myeong-Seong....................................482 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 483 (P1, Tue), 1093 (P1, Thu) Kim, Nahyeon............................................ 354 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 630 (P1, Tue), 907 (P1, Thu) Kim, Nam Seon............................................793 (P1, Tue) Kim, Philip................................................. 445 (P1, Mon) Kim, Sang Hern........................................ 1094 (P1, Thu) Kim, Sang Woo.......................................... 238 (P1, Mon) Kim, Sang-Mo.......................................... 1049 (P1, Thu) Kim, Sangryun............................................ 898 (P1, Thu) Kim, Se-Hee....................... 237 (P1, Mon), 668 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 669 (P1, Tue), 940 (P1, Thu) Kim, Seokhun...................186 (P1, Mon), 188 (P1, Mon) .................189 (P1, Mon), 781 (P1, Tue), 1017 (P1, Thu) ..............1018 (P1, Thu), 1019 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Kim, Seokwoo..................256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon) .........................................313 (P1, Mon), 1195 (P1, Thu) Kim, Seul.....................................................517 (P1, Tue) Kim, Seung Wan..........................................517 (P1, Tue) Kim, Soo. 444 (P1, Mon), 987 (P1, Thu), 1210 (P1, Thu) Kim, Soo Jung..............................................793 (P1, Tue) Kim, Soo Young......................................... 332 (P1, Mon) ...........................................752 (P1, Tue), 1112 (P1, Thu) Kim, Soo-Hyun........................................... 937 (P1, Thu)

Kim, Soojeong................... 388 (P1, Mon), 808 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1098 (P1, Thu), 1181 (P1, Thu) Kim, Sung Chan......................................... 225 (P1, Mon) Kim, Sung-Wook.........................................618 (P1, Tue) Kim, Sung-Yup.......................................... 462 (P1, Mon) Kim, Sungjin...................... 187 (P1, Mon), 781 (P1, Tue) ........................................1017 (P1, Thu), 1018 (P1, Thu) ........................................1019 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Kim, Sungjin.............................................. 186 (P1, Mon) Kim, Sungjin.............................................. 188 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 189 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) Kim, Tae Hyun........................................... 225 (P1, Mon) Kim, Tae Shin............................................ 459 (P1, Mon) Kim, Taekyoung........................................ 1089 (P1, Thu) Kim, Won-Sik..............................................587 (P1, Tue) Kim, Yang Soo........................................... 225 (P1, Mon) Kim, Yeoeun............................................. 1017 (P1, Thu) Kim, Yern Seung....................................... 1156 (P1, Thu) Kim, Yong Joo.......................................... 1094 (P1, Thu) Kim, Young-Hwan.......................................482 (P1, Tue) Kim, Young-Jun................ 754 (P1, Tue), 1128 (P1, Thu) Kim, Yun-Jung................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Kim, Yunok........................ 324 (P1, Mon), 469 (P1, Tue) Kimura, Kento........................................... 1071 (P1, Thu) Kimura, Takeshi............................................ 45 (I1, Wed) Kimura, Toshio.............................................624 (P1, Tue) Kimura, Yuta.............................................. 210 (P1, Mon) Kinaci, Alper..................... 509 (P1, Tue), 1185 (P1, Thu) King, David................................................ 241 (P1, Mon) Kinski, Isabel............................................. 228 (P1, Mon) Kinyanjui, Michael......................................527 (P1, Tue) Kirkengen, Martin.............224 (P1, Mon), 227 (P1, Mon) .................... 543 (P1, Tue), 583 (P1, Tue), 945 (P1, Thu) Kirshenbaum, Kevin............607 (P1, Tue), 608 (P1, Tue) Kiselyov, Eugene.........................................490 (P1, Tue) Kishimoto, Masashi.................................... 963 (P1, Thu) Kitajou, Ayuko............................................... 33 (I1, Tue) Kitamura, Naoto......................................... 178 (P1, Mon) ........................................ 1007 (P1, Thu), 1167 (P1, Thu) Kitaura, Hirokazu....................................... 406 (P1, Mon) Kitta, Mitsunori............................................525 (P1, Tue) Kiuchi, Hisao.....................351 (P1, Mon), 989 (P1, Thu) Kiyobayashi, Tetsu...........368 (P1, Mon), 1184 (P1, Thu) Kizilel, Riza.................................................648 (P1, Tue) Klaehn, John.............................................. 301 (P1, Mon) Klavetter, Kyle.............................................550 (P1, Tue) Klein, Andreas............................................ 223 (P1, Mon) Klein, Franziska...........................................736 (P1, Tue) Klein, Sven................................................. 382 (P1, Mon) Klett, Matilda............................................. 442 (P1, Mon) Klett, Matilda.................... 553 (P1, Tue), 1202 (P1, Thu) Klette, Hallgeir............................................ 945 (P1, Thu) Klie, Robert.........................951 (P1, Thu), 981 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1016 (P1, Thu), 1148 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1162 (P1, Thu), 1182 (P1, Thu) Kloepsch, Richard....................................... 941 (P1, Thu) Kloust, Hauke........................................... 1227 (P1, Thu) Knapp, Michael............................................707 (P1, Tue) Knehr, Kevin................................................608 (P1, Tue) Ko, Seongjae............................................. 1064 (P1, Thu) Kobayashi, Hironori................................... 244 (P1, Mon) .........................................393 (P1, Mon), 1066 (P1, Thu) Kobayashi, Takanori.................................... 95 (P1, Mon) Kobayashi, Takeshi............ 202 (P1, Mon), 825 (P1, Tue) Kobayashi, Yo............................................ 202 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 825 (P1, Tue), 1004 (P1, Thu) Kobayashi, Yuki.......................................... 908 (P1, Thu) Kohama, Keiichi........................................ 144 (P1, Mon) Kojima, Toshikatsu.................................... 393 (P1, Mon) Komaba, Shinichi.................49 (I1, Wed), 348 (P1, Mon) ................ 349 (P1, Mon), 369 (P1, Mon), 414 (P1, Mon) .....................722 (P1, Tue), 723 (P1, Tue), 724 (P1, Tue) ..........................................860 (P1, Thu), 1099 (P1, Thu) Komatsu, Hideyuki...................................... 95 (P1, Mon) Komatsu, Takeshi............... 365 (P1, Mon), 765 (P1, Tue) Konarov, Aishuak...................................... 1154 (P1, Thu) Kondrakov, Aleksandr................................ 145 (P1, Mon) Kong, Fantai.................................................852 (P1, Tue) Kong, Junli................................................ 1226 (P1, Thu)

Kong, Junli...................................................726 (P1, Tue) Kong, Lingli.............................................. 1204 (P1, Thu) Kong, Seokhyeon.........................................589 (P1, Tue) Konishi, Ryo.............................................. 320 (P1, Mon) Kono, Yasutaka............................................ 99 (P1, Mon) Konstas, Kristina....................................... 1187 (P1, Thu) Koratkar, Nikhil...........................................773 (P1, Tue) Koretaka, Naoto......................................... 275 (P1, Mon) Korth, Martin............................................ 1092 (P1, Thu) Korzhynbayeva, Kuralay.......................... 1025 (P1, Thu) Kosa, Gabor.................................................829 (P1, Tue) Kosch, Stephan......................................... 1227 (P1, Thu) Kosova, Nina................................................744 (P1, Tue) Kostecki, Robert..................531 (P1, Tue), 555 (P1, Tue) Kotani, Yukinari............................................. 29 (I1, Tue) Koudoumas, E............................................ 232 (P1, Mon) Kovacs, Adalbert......................................... 864 (P1, Thu) Kovalenko, Maksym.............. 55 (I1, Thu), 733 (P1, Tue) Koyama, Yukinori..................................... 1194 (P1, Thu) Koyama, Yukinori...................................... 190 (P1, Mon) Kozen, Alexander....................................... 355 (P1, Mon) Krachkovskiy, Sergey................................ 289 (P1, Mon) .........................................468 (P1, Mon), 1074 (P1, Thu) Krakra, Jenine............................................. 979 (P1, Thu) Krause, Andreas...........................................516 (P1, Tue) Krause, Larry............................................. 299 (P1, Mon) Kravchyk, Kostiantyn..................................733 (P1, Tue) Kreissl, Julian...............................................779 (P1, Tue) Kretschmer, Katja..................................... 1166 (P1, Thu) Krischok, Stefan........................................ 1078 (P1, Thu) Kristianto, Hans...........................................584 (P1, Tue) Kropf, Jeremy..............................................807 (P1, Tue) Kross, Sebastian...........................................858 (P1, Tue) Krumdick, Gregory...........236 (P1, Mon), 315 (P1, Mon) .............................................526 (P1, Tue), 552 (P1, Tue) Krumpelt, Michael.......................................509 (P1, Tue) Kubal, Joseph...............................................574 (P1, Tue) Kübel, Christian...........................................632 (P1, Tue) Kubo, Yoshimi................... 428 (P1, Mon), 782 (P1, Tue) Kubota, Kei.......................348 (P1, Mon), 369 (P1, Mon) ................... 414 (P1, Mon), 722 (P1, Tue), 723 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 724 (P1, Tue), 860 (P1, Thu) Kubota, Keigo............................................ 309 (P1, Mon) Kudejova, Petra............................................ 96 (P1, Mon) Kudo, Tetsuichi........................................... 879 (P1, Thu) Kuech, Thomas............................................ 89 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 536 (P1, Tue), 975 (P1, Thu) Kufian, M.z........................ 311 (P1, Mon), 596 (P1, Tue) Kuhn, Andreas..............................................505 (P1, Tue) Kühne, Thomas............................................839 (P1, Tue) Kühnel, Ruben-Simon................................ 288 (P1, Mon) Kumar, Bijandra........................................ 1182 (P1, Thu) Kumar, Jitendra......................................... 1177 (P1, Thu) Kumar, Nitin................................................758 (P1, Tue) Kumar, R......................................................600 (P1, Tue) Kumar, Ravi............................................... 165 (P1, Mon) Kumar, Revati........................................... 1041 (P1, Thu) Kumar, Sujeet...............................................571 (P1, Tue) Kun, Robert......................274 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) Kuo, Chao-Yen.............................................767 (P1, Tue) Kure-Chu, Song-Zhu.......... 176 (P1, Mon), 478 (P1, Tue) Kurmanbayeva, Indira............................... 1154 (P1, Thu) Kuroda, Daniel.................306 (P1, Mon), 1041 (P1, Thu) Kuroshima, Sadanori................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Kusanagi, Susumu.................................... 1138 (P1, Thu) Kuwabara, Akihide............144 (P1, Mon), 879 (P1, Thu) Kuwajima, Hideaki................................... 1167 (P1, Thu) Kuwata, Hiroko.......................................... 370 (P1, Mon) Kuznetsov, Dmitrii.......................................490 (P1, Tue) Kvasha, Andriy......................................... 1206 (P1, Thu) Kwade, Arno............................75 (I1, Fri), 642 (P1, Tue) Kwak, Kyoung Hwan...................................763 (P1, Tue) Kwak, Won-Jin........................................... 362 (P1, Mon) Kwak, Won-Jin........................................... 409 (P1, Mon) Kwon, Bob Jin.......................................... 1016 (P1, Thu) Kwon, Nam Hee...............377 (P1, Mon), 1101 (P1, Thu) Kwon, OuJung........................................... 438 (P1, Mon) Kwon, Se Man.............................................517 (P1, Tue) Kwon, Young-Gil.........................................693 (P1, Tue) Kyratzis, Illias........................................... 1152 (P1, Thu) 105

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Author Index Author...............................................Abs No.

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Author...............................................Abs No.

La Monaca, Andrea.................................... 269 (P1, Mon) Labohm, Freek............................................ 905 (P1, Thu) Lacey, Matthew.......................................... 404 (P1, Mon) Lain, Michael............................................. 383 (P1, Mon) Laino, Teodoro.......................................... 1225 (P1, Thu) Lakraychi, Alae Eddine.............................. 230 (P1, Mon) Lakshmi, K................................................. 323 (P1, Mon) Lallaoui, Abdelfettah.................................. 177 (P1, Mon) Lallaoui, Abdelfettah.................................. 168 (P1, Mon) Lammas, Andrew.........................................660 (P1, Tue) Lamp, Peter.................................................... 22 (I1, Tue) Lander, Laura............................................. 218 (P1, Mon) Lang, Ye.......................................................576 (P1, Tue) Langer, Frederieke...........274 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) Langklotz, Ulrike.........................................516 (P1, Tue) Lanz, Patrick.............................................. 219 (P1, Mon) Lapidus, Saul..................... 808 (P1, Tue), 1098 (P1, Thu) Lapping, Jacob........................................... 151 (P1, Mon) Larcher, Dominique................................... 371 (P1, Mon) Larsen, Dennis........................................... 424 (P1, Mon) Larzek, Mohamed............127 (P1, Mon), 1099 (P1, Thu) Laskar, Masihhur.........................................536 (P1, Tue) Lasri, Karima............................................ 1222 (P1, Thu) Laszczynski, Nina....................................... 919 (P1, Thu) Latroche, Michel........................................ 147 (P1, Mon) Latz, Arnulf....................... 845 (P1, Tue), 1215 (P1, Thu) Lau, Joshua..................................................569 (P1, Tue) Lau, Kah Chun........................................... 415 (P1, Mon) .........................................453 (P1, Mon), 1189 (P1, Thu) Lau, Kah Chun.......................................... 1134 (P1, Thu) Laucournet, Richard.................................. 1229 (P1, Thu) Laughman, David.........................................827 (P1, Tue) Le, Dinh Ba................................................ 299 (P1, Mon) Le Digabel, Matthieu................................ 1091 (P1, Thu) Leclere, Mélody...........................................690 (P1, Tue) Lee, Buyngju............................................. 1211 (P1, Thu) Lee, Chan Kyu.......................................... 1143 (P1, Thu) Lee, Chang Wook...................................... 1129 (P1, Thu) Lee, Ching-Yun.......................................... 161 (P1, Mon) Lee, Christopher...........................................827 (P1, Tue) Lee, Chun-Sing......................................... 1113 (P1, Thu) Lee, Dong Jin..................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Lee, Dong-Gue................... 237 (P1, Mon), 668 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 669 (P1, Tue), 940 (P1, Thu) Lee, Eungje............................. 7 (I1, Mon), 474 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 509 (P1, Tue), 950 (P1, Thu) Lee, Eunkang.............................................. 915 (P1, Thu) Lee, Eunseok................................................847 (P1, Tue) Lee, Felix.....................................................767 (P1, Tue) Lee, Geon-Woo................. 483 (P1, Tue), 1093 (P1, Thu) Lee, Gi-Hyeok........................................... 1112 (P1, Thu) Lee, Gyung Hwan...................................... 337 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 721 (P1, Tue), 1193 (P1, Thu) Lee, Hayeon................................................ 916 (P1, Thu) Lee, Hongkyung................. 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Lee, Hoogil....... 256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon), 313 (P1, Mon), 1195 (P1, Thu) Lee, HyunSeok........................................... 209 (P1, Mon) Lee, Jae Gil............................................... 1049 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jae Gil.................................................. 79 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 646 (P1, Tue), 1140 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jaewoo..................................................754 (P1, Tue) Lee, Jeong Beom....................................... 1140 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jeong Beom.......................................... 79 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 646 (P1, Tue), 1049 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jeongjae.................................................. 51 (I1, Thu) Lee, Jieun........................... 238 (P1, Mon), 687 (P1, Tue) Lee, Jin.........................................................517 (P1, Tue) Lee, Jin Hong............................................. 264 (P1, Mon) Lee, Jinhong.................................................. 41 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Lee, JJ........................................................ 335 (P1, Mon) Lee, Jon-Won............................................. 139 (P1, Mon) Lee, Jong Dae.............................................. 964 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jong-Chan.................. 264 (P1, Mon), 705 (P1, Tue) Lee, Joong Kee.....................584 (P1, Tue), 816 (P1, Tue) Lee, Joong-Kee........................................... 871 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jun...................................................... 189 (P1, Mon)

Lee, Jung Kyoo............................................630 (P1, Tue) Lee, Jung Kyoo.................158 (P1, Mon), 354 (P1, Mon) ............................................907 (P1, Thu), 997 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jung-Gyu..............................................693 (P1, Tue) Lee, Jung-In.............................................. 1136 (P1, Thu) Lee, Jyh-Tsung................... 281 (P1, Mon), 502 (P1, Tue) Lee, Ki Kang................................................517 (P1, Tue) Lee, Kyung Lok.......................................... 915 (P1, Thu) Lee, Moo Sung.................. 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Lee, Peter.....................................................659 (P1, Tue) Lee, Po-Han.............................................. 1198 (P1, Thu) Lee, Pui-kit........................... 76 (P1, Mon), 514 (P1, Tue) ...........................................515 (P1, Tue), 1113 (P1, Thu) Lee, Sang Bok.................... 355 (P1, Mon), 758 (P1, Tue) Lee, Sang-Min........................................... 1052 (P1, Thu) Lee, Sang-Young................ 237 (P1, Mon), 668 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 669 (P1, Tue), 940 (P1, Thu) Lee, Sangho............................................... 1024 (P1, Thu) Lee, Se Wook............................................. 261 (P1, Mon) Lee, Sehee.................................................. 297 (P1, Mon) Lee, Seong-Hun...........................................472 (P1, Tue) Lee, Seonhyeong..........................................594 (P1, Tue) Lee, Seulgi................................................ 1018 (P1, Thu) Lee, Seulgi......................... 188 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) Lee, Seung Woo........................................... 92 (P1, Mon) Lee, Seung-Yong..........................................587 (P1, Tue) Lee, Soyeon................................................ 216 (P1, Mon) Lee, Suk-Woo..............................................482 (P1, Tue) Lee, Sun-Young......................................... 158 (P1, Mon) Lee, Sun-Young.......................................... 997 (P1, Thu) Lee, Sungsik.................................................807 (P1, Tue) Lee, Tae Jin........................79 (P1, Mon), 1140 (P1, Thu) Lee, Taejoo...................................................590 (P1, Tue) Lee, Tzong Ming..........................................647 (P1, Tue) Lee, Wontae........................915 (P1, Thu), 917 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yong Min..................238 (P1, Mon), 313 (P1, Mon) .................. 591 (P1, Tue), 594 (P1, Tue), 1218 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yong Min..................256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon) ................... 459 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue), 589 (P1, Tue) .....................590 (P1, Tue), 592 (P1, Tue), 593 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1094 (P1, Thu), 1195 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yong Seok........................................... 959 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yongho................................................ 913 (P1, Thu) Lee, Young-Gi......................588 (P1, Tue), 590 (P1, Tue) Lee, Yun Jung...................408 (P1, Mon), 1189 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yun Sung...................337 (P1, Mon), 374 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 721 (P1, Tue), 1193 (P1, Thu) Lee, Yunju....................................................588 (P1, Tue) Lefrou, Christine........................................ 451 (P1, Mon) Lei, Yu..........................................................791 (P1, Tue) Leiva, Ezequiel................. 873 (P1, Thu), 1164 (P1, Thu) Lemordant, Daniel.................................... 1053 (P1, Thu) Lemordant, Daniel...........310 (P1, Mon), 1091 (P1, Thu) Leng, Limin............................................... 1168 (P1, Thu) Lepage, David..............................................678 (P1, Tue) Lepoivre, Florent........................................ 371 (P1, Mon) Lepple, Maren..............................................499 (P1, Tue) Lestriez, Bernard....................... 13 (I1, Mon), 70 (I1, Fri) ................993 (P1, Thu), 1014 (P1, Thu), 1069 (P1, Thu) Leu, Chyi Ming............................................647 (P1, Tue) Leu, Hoang-Jyh.................154 (P1, Mon), 159 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 833 (P1, Tue), 939 (P1, Thu) .......................................... 952 (P1, Thu), 1197 (P1, Thu) Leung, Kevin................................................758 (P1, Tue) Levi, Elena.................................................. 890 (P1, Thu) Levi, Mikhael.............................................. 890 (P1, Thu) Levin, Eduard............................................ 1076 (P1, Thu) Lew, Gil Hwan................... 324 (P1, Mon), 469 (P1, Tue) Li, Baohua.......................... 242 (P1, Mon), 671 (P1, Tue) Li, Biao...................................................... 149 (P1, Mon) .........................................150 (P1, Mon), 1226 (P1, Thu) Li, Bin........................................................ 425 (P1, Mon) Li, Bin......................................................... 943 (P1, Thu) Li, Chi-Ying Vanessa........215 (P1, Mon), 336 (P1, Mon) Li, Chia-Chen..................... 281 (P1, Mon), 502 (P1, Tue) Li, Chunyan..................................................479 (P1, Tue) Li, Chunzeng.............................................. 165 (P1, Mon) Li, Dajian.....................................................496 (P1, Tue) Li, Dongjiang............................................ 1214 (P1, Thu)

Li, Feng....................................................... 990 (P1, Thu) Li, Guangshe............................................... 903 (P1, Thu) Li, Hong................................ 15 (I1, Mon), 639 (P1, Tue) Li, Hong.................................................... 1174 (P1, Thu) Li, Huiqiao................................................ 1120 (P1, Thu) Li, Jiangang................................................ 160 (P1, Mon) Li, Jianjun.........................195 (P1, Mon), 255 (P1, Mon) Li, Jianlin.................................................. 1212 (P1, Thu) Li, Jiaqi....................................................... 880 (P1, Thu) Li, Jie.................................290 (P1, Mon), 457 (P1, Mon) Li, Jie..........217 (P1, Mon), 728 (P1, Tue), 941 (P1, Thu) Li, Jing................................892 (P1, Thu), 893 (P1, Thu) Li, Jing.........................................................674 (P1, Tue) Li, Jing.............................. 627 (P1, Tue), 1103 (P1, Thu) Li, Juchuan.................................................. 946 (P1, Thu) Li, Lanqiang.............................................. 1200 (P1, Thu) Li, Liang............................ 509 (P1, Tue), 1185 (P1, Thu) Li, Liping.................................................... 903 (P1, Thu) Li, Long........................................................507 (P1, Tue) Li, Lu............................................................773 (P1, Tue) Li, Meicheng.............................................. 166 (P1, Mon) Li, Meng...................................................... 900 (P1, Thu) Li, Minxia................................................. 1088 (P1, Thu) Li, Nian-Wu............................................... 129 (P1, Mon) Li, Qianqian......................334 (P1, Mon), 444 (P1, Mon) .................. 529 (P1, Tue), 986 (P1, Thu), 1012 (P1, Thu) Li, Qiuyan....................................................804 (P1, Tue) Li, Qun..........................................................15 (I1, Mon) Li, Ruying........................343 (P1, Mon), 1008 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1160 (P1, Thu), 1161 (P1, Thu) Li, Sha..........................................................772 (P1, Tue) Li, Shuang....................................................575 (P1, Tue) Li, Wei............................... 969 (P1, Thu), 1199 (P1, Thu) Li, Weishan..................................................684 (P1, Tue) Li, Wenjun.....................................................15 (I1, Mon) Li, Xia..............................343 (P1, Mon), 1160 (P1, Thu) Li, Xiang..................................................... 875 (P1, Thu) Li, Xiaolin... 578 (P1, Tue), 749 (P1, Tue), 930 (P1, Thu) Li, Xin..........................................................727 (P1, Tue) Li, Xue...................................................... 1087 (P1, Thu) Li, Xue...................................................... 1203 (P1, Thu) Li, Yan................................. 572 (P1, Tue), 882 (P1, Thu) ............................................894 (P1, Thu), 951 (P1, Thu) Li, Yan..........................................................608 (P1, Tue) Li, Yang........................................................776 (P1, Tue) Li, Yang........................................................805 (P1, Tue) Li, Yangxing.................................................473 (P1, Tue) Li, Yejing........................... 912 (P1, Thu), 1119 (P1, Thu) Li, Yingshun................................................. 76 (P1, Mon) Li, Yiqiu.......................................................698 (P1, Tue) Li, Yiyang................................................... 242 (P1, Mon) Li, Yiyang................................................... 100 (P1, Mon) Li, Yizhi.......................................................672 (P1, Tue) Li, Yong....321 (P1, Mon), 967 (P1, Thu), 1155 (P1, Thu) Li, Yue.......................................................... 98 (P1, Mon) Li, Yun....................................................... 1127 (P1, Thu) Li, Zhaolin.................................................. 113 (P1, Mon) Li, Zhe-Fei...................................................559 (P1, Tue) Li, Zhifei................................................... 1122 (P1, Thu) Li, Zhifei......................................................821 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1121 (P1, Thu), 1123 (P1, Thu) Lian, Fang....................................................686 (P1, Tue) Lian, Torleif.................................................654 (P1, Tue) Liang, Chaoping...........................................852 (P1, Tue) Liang, Feng............................................... 1005 (P1, Thu) Liang, Guoxian......................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Liang, Wenfeng.......................................... 143 (P1, Mon) Liang, Xin.................................................. 429 (P1, Mon) Liang, Xinhua.............................................. 85 (P1, Mon) Liao, Chen.................................................. 400 (P1, Mon) .............................................534 (P1, Tue), 808 (P1, Tue) Liao, Po-Yen............................................... 952 (P1, Thu) LIao, Shijun............................................... 1168 (P1, Thu) Liao, Xiao-Zhen.........................................1111 (P1, Thu) Liaw, Bor Yann............................................662 (P1, Tue) Libera, Joseph.................... 394 (P1, Mon), 633 (P1, Tue) Lichty, Paul................................................ 241 (P1, Mon) Lien, Chien-Hung..................................... 1065 (P1, Thu) Lifton, Jack........................464 (P1, Mon), 874 (P1, Thu)

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18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


Author Index Author...............................................Abs No.

Author...............................................Abs No.

Author...............................................Abs No.

Lightfoot, Philip.......................................... 980 (P1, Thu) Liivat, Anti................................................. 441 (P1, Mon) Lim, Byung-Beom.............. 563 (P1, Tue), 891 (P1, Thu) Lim, Cheolwoong...................................... 460 (P1, Mon) .............................................550 (P1, Tue), 616 (P1, Tue) Lim, Du Hyun........................................... 1070 (P1, Thu) Lim, Hyung-Seok.........................................564 (P1, Tue) Lim, Jongwoo............................................ 100 (P1, Mon) Lin, Chi-Kai................................................ 876 (P1, Thu) Lin, Chi-Kai................................................ 895 (P1, Thu) Lin, Chi-Kai.................................................509 (P1, Tue) Lin, Chuan-Fu............................................ 355 (P1, Mon) Lin, Feng................................................... 1103 (P1, Thu) Lin, Ming-Hsien................. 204 (P1, Mon), 767 (P1, Tue) Lin, Ruoqian............................................. 1103 (P1, Thu) Lin, Ruoqian.............................................. 191 (P1, Mon) Lin, Shih-kang............................................ 353 (P1, Mon) Lin, Yuan..........................133 (P1, Mon), 1228 (P1, Thu) Lin, Yue...................................................... 290 (P1, Mon) Lindbergh, Göran....................................... 442 (P1, Mon) Lindgren, Fredrik................... 61 (I1, Thu), 504 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 745 (P1, Tue), 1069 (P1, Thu) Lindstrom, Rakel........................................ 442 (P1, Mon) Ling, Chen.................................................. 385 (P1, Mon) Lininger, Christianna...................................608 (P1, Tue) Lippens, Pierre-Emmanuel........................ 147 (P1, Mon) .....................................................................735 (P1, Tue) Lipson, Albert..............................................808 (P1, Tue) Lisenker, Ilya............................................ 1056 (P1, Thu) Liske, Romy.................................................547 (P1, Tue) Liu, Bin...................................................... 396 (P1, Mon) Liu, Cheng-Ming......................................... 990 (P1, Thu) Liu, Cong.........................452 (P1, Mon), 1182 (P1, Thu) Liu, Danny.................................................. 877 (P1, Thu) Liu, Dongqing..............................................671 (P1, Tue) Liu, Dongqing............................................ 242 (P1, Mon) Liu, Gao.......................................................555 (P1, Tue) Liu, Guandong........................................... 351 (P1, Mon) Liu, Hanshuo.......................892 (P1, Thu), 893 (P1, Thu) Liu, Hanshuo....................468 (P1, Mon), 1001 (P1, Thu) Liu, Haodong.......................570 (P1, Tue), 599 (P1, Tue) Liu, Heguang............................................... 986 (P1, Thu) Liu, Hua............................. 429 (P1, Mon), 491 (P1, Tue) Liu, Hui........................................................703 (P1, Tue) Liu, Jian..................................................... 1161 (P1, Thu) Liu, Jian..................................................... 1160 (P1, Thu) Liu, Jin....................................................... 290 (P1, Mon) Liu, Jue.............................. 695 (P1, Tue), 1105 (P1, Thu) Liu, Jun................................749 (P1, Tue), 804 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 930 (P1, Thu), 1134 (P1, Thu) Liu, Kathy.................................................. 290 (P1, Mon) Liu, Kewei.......................... 143 (P1, Mon), 766 (P1, Tue) Liu, Mengxin................................................697 (P1, Tue) Liu, Na.........................................................576 (P1, Tue) Liu, Qi..........................................................473 (P1, Tue) Liu, Tao.......................................................... 51 (I1, Thu) Liu, Tianyuan............................................... 92 (P1, Mon) Liu, Tongchao........................................... 1228 (P1, Thu) Liu, Tongchao...................109 (P1, Mon), 134 (P1, Mon) Liu, Wen...321 (P1, Mon), 967 (P1, Thu), 1155 (P1, Thu) Liu, Xiang........................430 (P1, Mon), 1199 (P1, Thu) Liu, Xiaosong...................... 15 (I1, Mon), 386 (P1, Mon) Liu, Xiaoteng............................................. 416 (P1, Mon) Liu, Yang......................................................518 (P1, Tue) Liu, Yang......................................................796 (P1, Tue) Liu, Yao-Min.............................................. 402 (P1, Mon) ........................................1043 (P1, Thu), 1044 (P1, Thu) Liu, Yexiang............................................... 290 (P1, Mon) Liu, Ying................................................... 1169 (P1, Thu) Liu, Yongzhong.......................................... 156 (P1, Mon) Liu, Yu...... 325 (P1, Mon), 774 (P1, Tue), 1142 (P1, Thu) Liu, Yuan........................................................ 30 (I1, Tue) Liu, Yulong................................................ 1008 (P1, Thu) Liu, Yuzi..................................................... 394 (P1, Mon) Liu, Zhao................................................... 1009 (P1, Thu) Liu, Zhaolin....................... 797 (P1, Tue), 1190 (P1, Thu) Liu, Zheng................................................... 920 (P1, Thu) Liu, Zhi...................................................... 386 (P1, Mon) Liu, Zhihong.............................................. 308 (P1, Mon) Liu, Zhixiao.......................403 (P1, Mon), 413 (P1, Mon)

Liu, Zhongyi.............................................. 192 (P1, Mon) Liu, Zhu...................................................... 121 (P1, Mon) Liu, Zi-Kui................................................ 1080 (P1, Thu) Liu, Zigeng................................................ 1176 (P1, Thu) Liu, Zigeng..................................................... 51 (I1, Thu) Llordés, Anna............................................. 272 (P1, Mon) Lo, Jen Chih.................................................647 (P1, Tue) Lo, Jen Chih............................................... 240 (P1, Mon) Lodziana, Zbigniew................................... 288 (P1, Mon) Loeffler, Nicholas....................................... 265 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 701 (P1, Tue), 1201 (P1, Thu) Loho, Christoph...........................................718 (P1, Tue) Long, Kong................................................ 376 (P1, Mon) Long, Xinghui............................................ 386 (P1, Mon) Longo, Roberto............................................852 (P1, Tue) López del Amo, Juan Miguel..................... 272 (P1, Mon) Lordi, Vincenzo......................................... 1221 (P1, Thu) Lorie Lopez, Jose........................................ 909 (P1, Thu) Lorrmann, Henning.................................... 421 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 601 (P1, Tue), 1215 (P1, Thu) Lou, Peili................................................... 1174 (P1, Thu) Louli, Alex..................................................... 26 (I1, Tue) Love, Corey..................................................656 (P1, Tue) Loveridge, Melanie..............487 (P1, Tue), 597 (P1, Tue) Lozinskaya, Elena............. 666 (P1, Tue), 1002 (P1, Thu) Lu, Dongping...............................................804 (P1, Tue) Lu, Jiechen................................................... 78 (P1, Mon) Lu, Jun....................................................... 453 (P1, Mon) Lu, Jun....... 395 (P1, Mon), 470 (P1, Tue), 729 (P1, Tue) .....................790 (P1, Tue), 791 (P1, Tue), 807 (P1, Tue) ..................884 (P1, Thu), 886 (P1, Thu), 1115 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1121 (P1, Thu), 1189 (P1, Thu) Lu, Peng...........................192 (P1, Mon), 1046 (P1, Thu) Lu, Shigang................................................. 889 (P1, Thu) Lu, Taolin................................................... 259 (P1, Mon) ...........................................260 (P1, Mon), 968 (P1, Thu) Lu, Wei............................... 296 (P1, Mon), 604 (P1, Tue) Lu, Wei......................................................... 97 (P1, Mon) Lu, Wenquan........................473 (P1, Tue), 509 (P1, Tue) Lu, Wenquan............................................... 895 (P1, Thu) Lu, Xia.........81 (P1, Mon), 530 (P1, Tue), 934 (P1, Thu) Lu, Xiaochuan..............................................691 (P1, Tue) Lu, Yuhao................................................... 335 (P1, Mon) Lu, Zhi..........................................................840 (P1, Tue) Lu, Zhou.................................................... 1169 (P1, Thu) Lu, Zhouguang........................................... 467 (P1, Mon) Lucht, Brett.......................318 (P1, Mon), 319 (P1, Mon) .....................674 (P1, Tue), 709 (P1, Tue), 712 (P1, Tue) .............................................713 (P1, Tue), 714 (P1, Tue) ............................................878 (P1, Thu), 983 (P1, Thu) Lucie, Szabova........................................... 220 (P1, Mon) Ludwig, Brandon.........................................640 (P1, Tue) Lundberg, Kimberly........... 388 (P1, Mon), 532 (P1, Tue) Luo, Dan............................ 242 (P1, Mon), 671 (P1, Tue) Luo, Hong-Ze.............................................. 990 (P1, Thu) Luo, Hongmei............................................ 128 (P1, Mon) Luo, Hongze.............................................. 1003 (P1, Thu) Luo, Kun.................................................... 416 (P1, Mon) Luo, Kun......................................................488 (P1, Tue) Luo, Wei............................. 359 (P1, Mon), 821 (P1, Tue) Luo, Xiangyi.............................................. 395 (P1, Mon) Luo, Xiangyi...................... 453 (P1, Mon), 791 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 807 (P1, Tue), 1189 (P1, Thu) Luo, Yaochong........................................... 467 (P1, Mon) Luo, Ying................................................... 259 (P1, Mon) ...........................................260 (P1, Mon), 968 (P1, Thu) Luo, Zhihong.............................................. 416 (P1, Mon) Luque, Guillermina..................................... 873 (P1, Thu) Lushington, Andrew.................................. 1160 (P1, Thu) Luski, Shalom............................................ 235 (P1, Mon) Lv, Taolin.....................................................703 (P1, Tue) Lv, Zhi..........................................................558 (P1, Tue) Lyness, Christopher......................................497 (P1, Tue) Lyonnard, Sandrine............. 13 (I1, Mon), 222 (P1, Mon) .............................................513 (P1, Tue), 690 (P1, Tue) Lyons, Daniel...............................................657 (P1, Tue) ............................................877 (P1, Thu), 977 (P1, Thu) Lyons, Leslie............................................. 1055 (P1, Thu) Lyu, Yingchun..............................................639 (P1, Tue)

M Subramaniyam, Chandrasekar.................491 (P1, Tue) Ma, Jeffrey................................................ 1105 (P1, Thu) Ma, Jiangtao............................................... 351 (P1, Mon) Ma, Jin..............................149 (P1, Mon), 150 (P1, Mon) Ma, Lin....................................................... 266 (P1, Mon) Ma, Lu........791 (P1, Tue), 807 (P1, Tue), 1115 (P1, Thu) Ma, Lu....................................................... 1121 (P1, Thu) Ma, Luyao....................................................521 (P1, Tue) Ma, Qianli................................................. 1090 (P1, Thu) Ma, Tianyi...................................................... 30 (I1, Tue) Ma, Tianyuan...............................................789 (P1, Tue) Ma, Xuetian................................................ 341 (P1, Mon) Ma, Yue.......................................................... 61 (I1, Thu) Ma, Zi-Feng.................................................729 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 897 (P1, Thu), 1111 (P1, Thu) Mac Intosh, Alex..........................................713 (P1, Tue) MacFarlane, Douglas................................ 1061 (P1, Thu) Maehlen, Jan Petter...........224 (P1, Mon), 227 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 583 (P1, Tue), 945 (P1, Thu) Maginn, Edward......................................... 448 (P1, Mon) Magri, Marco............................................. 458 (P1, Mon) Mahanthappa, Mahesh...... 116 (P1, Mon), 536 (P1, Tue), 975 (P1, Thu) Maharajan, Sivarajakumar........................ 1101 (P1, Thu) Maher, Kenza...............................................730 (P1, Tue) Mahon, Peter.................................................. 56 (I1, Thu) .......................................... 665 (P1, Tue), 1187 (P1, Thu) Mai, Liqiang.................................................626 (P1, Tue) Mai, Sebastian........................................... 1078 (P1, Thu) Maibach, Julia..................120 (P1, Mon), 1006 (P1, Thu) Maire, Eric.......................................................70 (I1, Fri) Major, Dan...........................817 (P1, Tue), 835 (P1, Tue) Majumder, Mainak.................................... 1187 (P1, Thu) Makaryan, Taron..........................................800 (P1, Tue) Makinejad, Kamyar......................................824 (P1, Tue) Maldonado, Stephen....................................521 (P1, Tue) Maleki, Hossein...........................................826 (P1, Tue) Malik, Rahul............................................. 1149 (P1, Thu) Malik, Romeo..............................................487 (P1, Tue) Manalastas, William........... 272 (P1, Mon), 706 (P1, Tue) Mancini, Marilena.............. 173 (P1, Mon), 527 (P1, Tue) Mandai, Toshihiko.................................... 1144 (P1, Thu) Manikandan, P............................................ 902 (P1, Thu) Manoilov, Alexej........................................ 208 (P1, Mon) Mantels, Bart................................................542 (P1, Tue) Manthiram, Arumugam................................. 38 (I1, Wed) .........................................407 (P1, Mon), 1139 (P1, Thu) Manthiram, Arumugam........771 (P1, Tue), 812 (P1, Tue) Mao, Huanyu....................................................73 (I1, Fri) Mao, Shun.................................................. 108 (P1, Mon) Mao, Ya........................................................655 (P1, Tue) Marceau, Hugues.......................................... 37 (I1, Wed) Mareau, Vincent...........................................513 (P1, Tue) Marechal, Manuel........................................513 (P1, Tue) Maresca, Giovanna..............700 (P1, Tue), 701 (P1, Tue) Margez, Carine........................................... 152 (P1, Mon) Maric, Radenka............................................ 93 (P1, Mon) Marinescu, Monica........... 775 (P1, Tue), 1196 (P1, Thu) Marino, Cyril.....................338 (P1, Mon), 347 (P1, Mon) Maripuu, Rein........................................... 1006 (P1, Thu) Markevich, Elena.........................................813 (P1, Tue) Markovsky, Boris.........................................835 (P1, Tue) ............................................890 (P1, Thu), 891 (P1, Thu) Marks, Tobin................................................633 (P1, Tue) Maroni, Victor..............................................509 (P1, Tue) ..........................................895 (P1, Thu), 1202 (P1, Thu) Marquardt, Krystan................................... 1159 (P1, Thu) Marriner-Edwards, Cassian....................... 1077 (P1, Thu) Marschilok, Amy..................607 (P1, Tue), 608 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 612 (P1, Tue), 1132 (P1, Thu) Martin, Jean-Frédéric................................. 245 (P1, Mon) Martinet, Sebastien.................................... 330 (P1, Mon) Martinez, Hervé...........................................580 (P1, Tue) Martinez-Botas, Ricardo........................... 1196 (P1, Thu) Martinson, Alex............................................501 (P1, Tue) Masaki, Ryuta...................155 (P1, Mon), 211 (P1, Mon) Mashayek, Farzad..................................... 1124 (P1, Thu) Mashayek, Farzad........................................837 (P1, Tue)

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Mashimo, Naohiro..................................... 384 (P1, Mon) Masoumi, Maryam...................................... 985 (P1, Thu) Masquelier, Christian............... 32 (I1, Tue), 50 (I1, Wed) Mastragostino, Marina................................ 919 (P1, Thu) Masuhara, Rin..................... 14 (I1, Mon), 268 (P1, Mon) Masuo, Yuta........................955 (P1, Thu), 972 (P1, Thu) Mat Nor, N. a...............................................596 (P1, Tue) Mathe, Mkhulu.............................................609 (P1, Tue) Mathew, Vinod..................186 (P1, Mon), 188 (P1, Mon) ................ 780 (P1, Tue), 1018 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Mathiesen, Jette......................................... 1180 (P1, Thu) Mathur, N.C............................................... 253 (P1, Mon) Matsuda, Hirofumi...................................... 989 (P1, Thu) Matsuda, Motohide......................................480 (P1, Tue) Matsuda, Shoichi........................................ 428 (P1, Mon) Matsui, Masaki.................370 (P1, Mon), 1192 (P1, Thu) Matsui, Yukiko................... 179 (P1, Mon), 682 (P1, Tue) Matsumi, Noriyoshi................................... 119 (P1, Mon) Matsumoto, Hajime.................................... 309 (P1, Mon) .............................................525 (P1, Tue), 677 (P1, Tue) Matsumoto, Kazutoshi......155 (P1, Mon), 211 (P1, Mon) Matsumura, Maiko....................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Matsunaga, Toshiyuki.................................. 95 (P1, Mon) Matsuu, Masaaki.......................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Matsuyama, Takuya.........381 (P1, Mon), 1067 (P1, Thu) Mattis, Wenjuan...........................................832 (P1, Tue) Maximov, Maxim....................................... 111 (P1, Mon) Mayekar, Samir............................................569 (P1, Tue) Mayer, Nicolas.............................................499 (P1, Tue) Mayo, Martin.............................................. 921 (P1, Thu) Mayur, Manik............................................ 1178 (P1, Thu) Mazouzi, Driss............................................ 993 (P1, Thu) Mazurick, Ryan............................................836 (P1, Tue) McCalla, Eric................................................. 24 (I1, Tue) McCloskey, Bryan................. 21 (I1, Tue), 427 (P1, Mon) McCoy, Christopher................................... 257 (P1, Mon) McDaniel, Malte....................................... 1079 (P1, Thu) McGinn, Paul...............................................673 (P1, Tue) McGordon, Andrew.....................................497 (P1, Tue) McKee, William........................................ 1223 (P1, Thu) McKinney, James.........................................569 (P1, Tue) McNally, Joshua......................................... 301 (P1, Mon) McRen, Emily............................................ 106 (P1, Mon) Mecerreyes, David.................................... 1002 (P1, Thu) Medarde, Marisa........................................ 338 (P1, Mon) Medina, Henry.............................................528 (P1, Tue) Męhlen, Jan Petter........................................543 (P1, Tue) Mei, Donghai...............................................806 (P1, Tue) Meiere, Scott.............................................. 112 (P1, Mon) Meini, Stefano......................712 (P1, Tue), 713 (P1, Tue) Meister, Paul.............................................. 382 (P1, Mon) Melin, Irina..................................................643 (P1, Tue) Men, Fang................................................... 956 (P1, Thu) Mendil-Jakani, Hakima...... 222 (P1, Mon), 690 (P1, Tue) Ménétrier, Michel.......................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Meng, Qingpeng..........................................612 (P1, Tue) Meng, Qingping...........................................627 (P1, Tue) Meng, Shirley.............................................. 925 (P1, Thu) Meng, Wei....................................................614 (P1, Tue) Meng, Xiangbo.................. 394 (P1, Mon), 633 (P1, Tue) Meng, Ying........................ 599 (P1, Tue), 1089 (P1, Thu) Meng, Ying......................... 117 (P1, Mon), 570 (P1, Tue) Meng, Ying Shirley........................................ 23 (I1, Tue) Mentbayeva, Almagul....... 755 (P1, Tue), 1154 (P1, Thu) Merhi, Abdul................................................688 (P1, Tue) Merla, Yu................................................... 1196 (P1, Thu) Mertens, Florian.................207 (P1, Mon), 970 (P1, Thu) Meshri, Dayal............................................. 253 (P1, Mon) Meshri, Sanjay........................................... 253 (P1, Mon) Messinger, Robert......................................... 50 (I1, Wed) Metzger, Michael.........................................712 (P1, Tue) Meyer, Daniel............................................ 1229 (P1, Thu) Miara, Lincoln.................... 456 (P1, Mon), 644 (P1, Tue) Micha, Jean-Sébastien..................................513 (P1, Tue) Michaelis, Alexander.......228 (P1, Mon), 1026 (P1, Thu) Michalak, Barbara...................................... 231 (P1, Mon) Michaud-Bernlochner, Julie.........................505 (P1, Tue) Miguel, Oscar............................................ 1206 (P1, Thu) Mikhaylik, Yuriy........................................ 397 (P1, Mon)

Miki Yoshida, Mario.................................. 199 (P1, Mon) Mikolajick, Thomas.....................................516 (P1, Tue) Mili, Lamine................................................656 (P1, Tue) Milien, Mickdy....................674 (P1, Tue), 709 (P1, Tue) Miller, Dean....................... 453 (P1, Mon), 807 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1189 (P1, Thu), 1202 (P1, Thu) Miller, Ted............................. 6 (I1, Mon), 438 (P1, Mon) Millot, Coraline.......................................... 222 (P1, Mon) Mimura, Hideyuki...................................... 316 (P1, Mon) Min, Fanqi................................................... 966 (P1, Thu) Mindemark, Jonas...................................... 276 (P1, Mon) Minton, Geraint............................................775 (P1, Tue) Mishra, Kuber..............................................610 (P1, Tue) Mistry, Aashutosh.............403 (P1, Mon), 413 (P1, Mon) Mita, Yuichi........................ 202 (P1, Mon), 825 (P1, Tue) Mitra, Sagar............................................... 1061 (P1, Thu) Mitsuhara, Kei.....................95 (P1, Mon), 393 (P1, Mon) Miura, Akira................................................ 938 (P1, Thu) Miura, Satoshi..............................................478 (P1, Tue) Miura, Yuki................................................ 234 (P1, Mon) Miyamoto, Koji............................................723 (P1, Tue) Miyashiro, Hajime..................................... 202 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 825 (P1, Tue), 1004 (P1, Thu) Miyawaki, Jun............................................. 989 (P1, Thu) Miyoshi, Keita..............................................624 (P1, Tue) Mizuno, Fuminori............385 (P1, Mon), 1188 (P1, Thu) Mizutani, Hidetoshi......................................794 (P1, Tue) Mo, Yifei..............................627 (P1, Tue), 663 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 841 (P1, Tue), 1103 (P1, Thu) Mochizuki, Takahiro................................... 860 (P1, Thu) Modreanu, M.............................................. 232 (P1, Mon) Moeremans, Boaz...................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Moeremans, Boaz...................................... 302 (P1, Mon) Moerseburg, Erik.........................................505 (P1, Tue) Moganty, Surya.................. 356 (P1, Mon), 685 (P1, Tue) Mohtadi, Rana........................................... 1188 (P1, Thu) Mokkelbost, Tommy.................................. 224 (P1, Mon) Moldabayeva, Azhar................................. 1025 (P1, Thu) Molenda, Marcin..........................................546 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 582 (P1, Tue), 973 (P1, Thu) Momma, Toshiyuki....................................... 44 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 252 (P1, Mon), 748 (P1, Tue) Monconduit, Laure...................................... 971 (P1, Thu) Mong, Anh...................................................679 (P1, Tue) Mongstad, Trygve..............227 (P1, Mon), 945 (P1, Thu) Montanino, Maria...................................... 265 (P1, Mon) Monteiro Cunha, Daniel...............................535 (P1, Tue) Montgomery, Danny.................................. 243 (P1, Mon) Montigny, Benedicte.................................. 329 (P1, Mon) Montoto Blanco, Elena................................768 (P1, Tue) Moon, Heejoon......................................... 1045 (P1, Thu) Moon, In Kyu.............................................. 872 (P1, Thu) Moon, Janghyuk......................................... 170 (P1, Mon) Moon, Kwang Uk...................................... 1170 (P1, Thu) Moon, San................................................. 1191 (P1, Thu) Moore, Greg.................................................653 (P1, Tue) Moore, Jeffrey..............................................768 (P1, Tue) Moore, William.......................................... 454 (P1, Mon) Moradabadi, Ashkan....................................853 (P1, Tue) Moreau, Philippe...........................................13 (I1, Mon) Moreno, Margherita........... 265 (P1, Mon), 700 (P1, Tue) Morgan, Dane......................536 (P1, Tue), 840 (P1, Tue) ..........................................975 (P1, Thu), 1216 (P1, Thu) Mori, Kazuhiro.............................................676 (P1, Tue) Mori, Masahiro..................95 (P1, Mon), 1194 (P1, Thu) Mori, Shigeki............................................. 428 (P1, Mon) Mori, Shigeo............................................. 1067 (P1, Thu) Mori, Takuya.......................95 (P1, Mon), 190 (P1, Mon) ..........................................198 (P1, Mon), 381 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 962 (P1, Thu), 1194 (P1, Thu) Mori, Yasurou............................................ 252 (P1, Mon) Mori, Youta............................................... 1067 (P1, Thu) Moriguchi, Isamu....................................... 350 (P1, Mon) Morikawa, Yusuke..................................... 353 (P1, Mon) Morin, Brian............................................... 247 (P1, Mon) Morita, Masayuki....................................... 316 (P1, Mon) Moriwake, Hiroki....................................... 144 (P1, Mon) Moriyasu, Takashi....................................... 955 (P1, Thu) Moroz, Stephanie........................................ 988 (P1, Thu)

Morozova, Sofia........................................ 1002 (P1, Thu) Morris, Andrew........................................... 921 (P1, Thu) Morris, Larry.............................................. 439 (P1, Mon) Mortemard de Boisse, Benoit.................... 351 (P1, Mon) Mortimer, Nicholas.................................... 246 (P1, Mon) Moss, Pedro............................................... 439 (P1, Mon) Motoyama, Munekazu....... 279 (P1, Mon), 624 (P1, Tue) Moulay Tahar, Sougrati................................730 (P1, Tue) Mountjoy, Gavin..........................................622 (P1, Tue) Mourzagh, Djamel.......................................675 (P1, Tue) Mu, Richard.............................................. 1037 (P1, Thu) Mueller, Franziska......................................... 60 (I1, Thu) Mueller, Karl..................... 749 (P1, Tue), 1134 (P1, Thu) Mueller, Karl.............................................. 391 (P1, Mon) Mueller, Thomas........................................ 165 (P1, Mon) Muhammad, Shoaib.................................... 915 (P1, Thu) Mukai, Takashi.............................................554 (P1, Tue) Mukaibo, Hitomi..........................................613 (P1, Tue) Mukherjee, Arijita..................................... 1148 (P1, Thu) Mukherjee, Partha.............403 (P1, Mon), 413 (P1, Mon) Mukoyama, Daikichi.................................. 252 (P1, Mon) Mulder, Fokko..............................................731 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1000 (P1, Thu), 1164 (P1, Thu) Mulder, Grietus................. 542 (P1, Tue), 1034 (P1, Thu) Müller, Andre............................................ 1078 (P1, Thu) Muller-Bouvet, Diane................................ 328 (P1, Mon) Mullins, Charles Buddie..............................550 (P1, Tue) Mun, Junyoung.................913 (P1, Thu), 1049 (P1, Thu) Mun, Junyoung..................326 (P1, Mon), 936 (P1, Thu) Munakata, Hirokazu...................................... 45 (I1, Wed) Mundszinger, Manuel..................................503 (P1, Tue) Munesada, Toshiyuki................................. 190 (P1, Mon) Munoz, Stephen......................................... 298 (P1, Mon) Murakami, Hirohiko................................. 1141 (P1, Thu) Murphy, Michael.................. 84 (P1, Mon), 541 (P1, Tue) Murray, Christopher B.................................627 (P1, Tue) Musameh, Mustafa................. 56 (I1, Thu), 665 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1152 (P1, Thu), 1187 (P1, Thu) Mussa, Abdilbari........................................ 442 (P1, Mon) Mustarelli, Piercarlo.....................................734 (P1, Tue) Muthiah, Aravind.........................................595 (P1, Tue) Myers, Deborah............................................807 (P1, Tue)

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Naboka, Olga......................90 (P1, Mon), 123 (P1, Mon) Nagai, Ryo................................................. 393 (P1, Mon) Nagai, Tatsuya............................................. 998 (P1, Thu) Nagamine, Masayuki................................ 1138 (P1, Thu) Nagao, Kenji............................................. 1050 (P1, Thu) Nagao, Miki............................................... 384 (P1, Mon) Nagarajan, Kalaivanan.............................. 1106 (P1, Thu) Nagasubramanian, Arun............................. 124 (P1, Mon) Nahm, Kee Suk.......................................... 373 (P1, Mon) .........................................374 (P1, Mon), 1170 (P1, Thu) Nair, Jijeesh..................................................666 (P1, Tue) Najafi, Ali.....................................................837 (P1, Tue) Nakagawa, Hiroe...........................................14 (I1, Mon) Nakamura, Jiro........................................... 365 (P1, Mon) Nakamura, Natsuki....................................... 44 (I1, Wed) Nakamura, Takashi..................................... 210 (P1, Mon) Nakanishi, Koji....................95 (P1, Mon), 962 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1172 (P1, Thu), 1194 (P1, Thu) Nakanishi, Marie..........................................722 (P1, Tue) Nakanishi, Shuji......................................... 428 (P1, Mon) Nakano, Haruhisa...................................... 1141 (P1, Thu) Nakata, Akiyoshi..............................................72 (I1, Fri) Nakayama, Masanobu................................. 888 (P1, Thu) Nakayama, Norikazu................................. 1138 (P1, Thu) Nako, Yuki.................................................. 998 (P1, Thu) Nalci, Deniz............................................... 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon) Nam, Sang Cheol.........................................857 (P1, Tue) Nam, Seunghoon....................................... 1171 (P1, Thu) Nam, Sukyung.............................................780 (P1, Tue) Nam, Sukyung.......................................... 1017 (P1, Thu) Nanba, Yusuke............................................ 989 (P1, Thu) Nandasiri, Manjula.................................... 1177 (P1, Thu) Nara, Hiroki.........................44 (I1, Wed), 252 (P1, Mon) Narayanan, Sumaletha.............................. 1084 (P1, Thu)

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Author Index Author...............................................Abs No. Natarajan, T. S..............................................596 (P1, Tue) Nation, Leah................................................ 946 (P1, Thu) Nayak, Prasant............................................ 890 (P1, Thu) Nazar, Linda.........................43 (I1, Wed), 363 (P1, Mon) .........................................412 (P1, Mon), 1137 (P1, Thu) Nazarov, Denis........................................... 111 (P1, Mon) Nazri, Gholam-Abbas................................. 869 (P1, Thu) Nazri, Maryam............................................ 869 (P1, Thu) Ncube, Ntombizodwa................................. 960 (P1, Thu) Nealey, Paul.................................................501 (P1, Tue) Nehzati, Hassan.......................................... 432 (P1, Mon) Nehzati, Hassan.......................................... 440 (P1, Mon) Nelson, Kathlyne............................................ 26 (I1, Tue) Nemani, Venkat............................................848 (P1, Tue) Neophytides, Stylianos................................581 (P1, Tue) Nestoridi, Maria........................................... 80 (P1, Mon) Neto, Wanderlino........................................ 979 (P1, Thu) Neuburger, Monica..................................... 957 (P1, Thu) Nguyen, Cao Cuong.................................... 983 (P1, Thu) Nguyen, Ngoc Anh.................................... 1094 (P1, Thu) Nguyen, Peter...............................................743 (P1, Tue) Nguyen, Tam................................................851 (P1, Tue) Ni, Chung-Ta.............................................. 103 (P1, Mon) Ni'mah, Yatim Lailun...................................767 (P1, Tue) Nicolau, Bruno.......................................... 1044 (P1, Thu) Nicolau, Bruno.......................................... 1043 (P1, Thu) Nicolosi, Valeria...........................................492 (P1, Tue) Nie, Anmin................................................. 426 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 658 (P1, Tue), 1115 (P1, Thu) Nie, Anmin................................................ 1124 (P1, Thu) Nie, Mengyun....................266 (P1, Mon), 893 (P1, Thu) Nie, Mengyun..............................................714 (P1, Tue) Nie, Zimin.......................... 425 (P1, Mon), 749 (P1, Tue) Niketic, Svetlana.......................................... 90 (P1, Mon) Nikitina, Victoria....................................... 1076 (P1, Thu) Nikolowski, Kristian........228 (P1, Mon), 1026 (P1, Thu) Nishijima, Motoaki.................................... 198 (P1, Mon) Nishikawa, Kei................... 148 (P1, Mon), 479 (P1, Tue) Nishimura, Katsunori...................................696 (P1, Tue) Nishimura, Shinichi............78 (P1, Mon), 351 (P1, Mon) ..........................................352 (P1, Mon), 353 (P1, Mon) Nishio, Koji......................................................72 (I1, Fri) Nisula, Mikko..............................................508 (P1, Tue) Nitoker, Neta................................................817 (P1, Tue) Nitta, Kiyofumi.......................................... 381 (P1, Mon) Niwa, Hideharu........................................... 989 (P1, Thu) Nkosi, Funeka..............................................609 (P1, Tue) Noble, Robert...............................................827 (P1, Tue) Noh, Hana................................................... 913 (P1, Thu) Noh, Hyungjun.............................................. 41 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Noh, Sungwoo.......................................... 1059 (P1, Thu) Noh, Tae-Hyoung.............. 625 (P1, Tue), 1040 (P1, Thu) Nohara, Masaya................. 365 (P1, Mon), 765 (P1, Tue) Nohira, Toshiyuki....................................... 190 (P1, Mon) Nöhren, Sandra............................................579 (P1, Tue) .............................................602 (P1, Tue), 603 (P1, Tue) Noked, Malachi.......................................... 355 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 758 (P1, Tue), 1133 (P1, Thu) Nolis, Gene..................... 1162 (P1, Thu), 1163 (P1, Thu) Nomura, Akihiro..........................................782 (P1, Tue) Norby, Poul................................................ 344 (P1, Mon) Nordh, Tim...................................................504 (P1, Tue) Nordlund, Dennis...................................... 1103 (P1, Thu) Nordseth, Ųrnulf......................................... 945 (P1, Thu) Norouzi Banis, Mohammad...................... 1008 (P1, Thu) Notten, Peter............................................. 1214 (P1, Thu) Novįk, Petr...... 9 (I1, Mon), 711 (P1, Tue), 715 (P1, Tue) Novikov, Pavel........................................... 111 (P1, Mon) Nowak, Sascha................................................3 (I1, Mon) Nozue, Tatsuhiro....................................... 1141 (P1, Thu) Nuzzo, Ralph...................1042 (P1, Thu), 1044 (P1, Thu) Nyholm, Leif.............................................. 172 (P1, Mon) .............................................504 (P1, Tue), 585 (P1, Tue)

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O'Brien, S................................................... 232 (P1, Mon) O'Connor, Devin..........................................834 (P1, Tue) O'Hanlon, Daniel................. 84 (P1, Mon), 541 (P1, Tue) O'Neill, Laura...............................................775 (P1, Tue) Obrovac, Mark................... 339 (P1, Mon), 743 (P1, Tue) ........................................1010 (P1, Thu), 1013 (P1, Thu) Oda, Noriaki................................................. 99 (P1, Mon) Odom, Susan...................... 136 (P1, Mon), 761 (P1, Tue) Ofer, David......................... 257 (P1, Mon), 611 (P1, Tue) Offer, Gregory.................... 443 (P1, Mon), 659 (P1, Tue) .............................................775 (P1, Tue), 844 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1036 (P1, Thu), 1196 (P1, Thu) Ogasawara, Yoshitaka................................ 181 (P1, Mon) Ogawa, Masahiro....................................... 393 (P1, Mon) Ogisu, Kenji............................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Ogumi, Zempachi........................................677 (P1, Tue) Ogumi, Zempachi.................. 72 (I1, Fri), 210 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 935 (P1, Thu), 1172 (P1, Thu) Oh, Changil..................................................630 (P1, Tue) Oh, Changil........................354 (P1, Mon), 907 (P1, Thu) Oh, Jungwoo............................................... 872 (P1, Thu) Oh, Kyu Hwan.............................................517 (P1, Tue) Oh, Mi Young............................................ 1170 (P1, Thu) Oh, Misol................................................... 141 (P1, Mon) Oh, Seung M................................................ 79 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 646 (P1, Tue), 1049 (P1, Thu) Oh, Seung Mo........................................... 1140 (P1, Thu) Oh, Si Hyoung.......................................... 1137 (P1, Thu) Oh, Woong......................... 324 (P1, Mon), 469 (P1, Tue) Oh, Yunpyo............................................... 1018 (P1, Thu) Ohara, Koji.......................190 (P1, Mon), 1172 (P1, Thu) Ohara, Koji................................................. 198 (P1, Mon) Ohira, Koji................................................. 198 (P1, Mon) Ohmin, Kwon...............................................676 (P1, Tue) Ohno, Yasutaka.................. 202 (P1, Mon), 825 (P1, Tue) Ohta, Akira................................................. 393 (P1, Mon) Ohta, Koji................................................... 196 (P1, Mon) Ohta, Toshiaki..................393 (P1, Mon), 1172 (P1, Thu) Ohta, Toshiaki.............................................. 95 (P1, Mon) Ohtomo, Takamasa..................................... 262 (P1, Mon) Okada, Shigeto............................................... 33 (I1, Tue) Okazaki, Noriyasu...................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Okubo, Masashi................220 (P1, Mon), 350 (P1, Mon) .................351 (P1, Mon), 989 (P1, Thu), 1125 (P1, Thu) Okumura, Takefumi.....................................696 (P1, Tue) Okumura, Toyoki...................................... 1066 (P1, Thu) Okuno, Kohei............................................. 320 (P1, Mon) Oliva, Fabiana............................................. 873 (P1, Thu) Olivier-Fourcade, Josette........................... 147 (P1, Mon) Omar, Noshin............................................. 433 (P1, Mon) Omelchuk, Kateryna....................................856 (P1, Tue) Omoda, Ryo.............................................. 1141 (P1, Thu) Ong, Mitchell............................................ 1221 (P1, Thu) Ong, Shyue Ping..........................................742 (P1, Tue) Onodera, Hitoshi....................................... 1147 (P1, Thu) Ootani, Takuya........................................... 198 (P1, Mon) Orikasa, Yuki.......................95 (P1, Mon), 190 (P1, Mon) ..........................................198 (P1, Mon), 381 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 962 (P1, Thu), 1194 (P1, Thu) Oro, Shinji.................................................. 350 (P1, Mon) Osaka, Tetsuya.............................................. 44 (I1, Wed) ........................................... 252 (P1, Mon), 748 (P1, Tue) Oshima, Masaharu...................................... 989 (P1, Thu) Oshima, Yoshifumi............216 (P1, Mon), 898 (P1, Thu) Osiceanu, P................................................. 232 (P1, Mon) Osswald, Patrick....................................... 1227 (P1, Thu) Österlund, Viking....................................... 404 (P1, Mon) Osumi, Shinichiro....................................... 998 (P1, Thu) Otani, Kazufumi......................................... 190 (P1, Mon) Otero, Manuel............................................. 873 (P1, Thu) Otley, Michael............................................ 389 (P1, Mon) Otoyama, Misae................. 262 (P1, Mon), 750 (P1, Tue) Oukassi, Sami............................................ 285 (P1, Mon) Oviedo, Oscar............................................. 873 (P1, Thu) Owen, John..................................................764 (P1, Tue) Oyama, Gosuke...................78 (P1, Mon), 352 (P1, Mon) Ozcan, Seyma............................................ 171 (P1, Mon) ..........................................193 (P1, Mon), 205 (P1, Mon) Ozoemena, Kenneth.....................................609 (P1, Tue) th 18 International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

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P

Paillard, Elie............................................... 277 (P1, Mon) Pajcini, Vasil............................................... 957 (P1, Thu) Palacin, M Rosa............................................ 47 (I1, Wed) Palanichamy, Sennu.................................. 1193 (P1, Thu) Palanisamy, Kowsalya.................................469 (P1, Tue) Palaparty, Sai Abhishek............................... 85 (P1, Mon) Paloukis, Fotis..............................................581 (P1, Tue) Pan, Baofei......................... 400 (P1, Mon), 808 (P1, Tue) Pan, Feng................................................... 109 (P1, Mon) Pan, Feng..........................131 (P1, Mon), 132 (P1, Mon) ..........................................133 (P1, Mon), 134 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 135 (P1, Mon), 846 (P1, Tue) Pan, Feng.................................................. 1228 (P1, Thu) Pan, Fred......................................................683 (P1, Tue) Pan, Heng.....................................................640 (P1, Tue) Pan, Huilin........................ 749 (P1, Tue), 1134 (P1, Thu) Pan, Jie....................................................... 192 (P1, Mon) Pan, Jing Pin................................................647 (P1, Tue) Pan, Jing Pin.............................................. 240 (P1, Mon) Pan, Wei..................................................... 335 (P1, Mon) Pan, Yen-ting.............................................. 115 (P1, Mon) Pan, Yue..................................................... 319 (P1, Mon) Paolella, Andrea............................................ 37 (I1, Wed) Park, A Reum............................................. 212 (P1, Mon) Park, Benjamin.............................................623 (P1, Tue) Park, Beum Jin........................................... 213 (P1, Mon) Park, Byung-Hoon..................................... 153 (P1, Mon) Park, Byungwoo........................................ 1171 (P1, Thu) Park, Chan Hwi................261 (P1, Mon), 1059 (P1, Thu) Park, Chong Rae....................................... 1156 (P1, Thu) Park, Da jeong.............................................. 83 (P1, Mon) Park, Da-Hee.............................................. 139 (P1, Mon) Park, Eunjun............................................... 327 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 754 (P1, Tue), 1128 (P1, Thu) Park, Ho Seok....................213 (P1, Mon), 996 (P1, Thu) Park, Hosang................................................646 (P1, Tue) Park, Hyeji................................................. 375 (P1, Mon) Park, Hyosoek............................................ 373 (P1, Mon) Park, Jae-Yeong........................................ 1052 (P1, Thu) Park, Ji Yong............................................... 964 (P1, Thu) Park, Jin-Bum..............................................730 (P1, Tue) Park, Jin-Bum............................................ 408 (P1, Mon) Park, Jin-Hwan.............................................852 (P1, Tue) Park, Jisoo................................................. 1156 (P1, Thu) Park, Jonghyun................... 296 (P1, Mon), 604 (P1, Tue) Park, Joonam...................... 459 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 590 (P1, Tue), 1218 (P1, Thu) Park, Joong Sun.................... 7 (I1, Mon), 372 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 474 (P1, Tue), 950 (P1, Thu) Park, Jun-Woo........................................... 1052 (P1, Thu) Park, Jung Soo........................................... 140 (P1, Mon) Park, Jung-Ki..................... 380 (P1, Mon), 751 (P1, Tue) Park, Jungjin................................................787 (P1, Tue) Park, Kang-Joon...........................................565 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 747 (P1, Tue), 891 (P1, Thu) Park, Kyu-Young.............. 587 (P1, Tue), 1211 (P1, Thu) Park, Mihui..................................................752 (P1, Tue) Park, Min-Sik............................................. 139 (P1, Mon) Park, Min-Sik.................... 754 (P1, Tue), 1128 (P1, Thu) Park, Seiung.................................................518 (P1, Tue) Park, Sohyun....................189 (P1, Mon), 1095 (P1, Thu) Park, Sung Ho........................................... 1193 (P1, Thu) Park, Yiseul................................................ 141 (P1, Mon) Park, Yong Joon........................................ 1143 (P1, Thu) Park, Yong Tae.............................................517 (P1, Tue) Parker, Adrian........................................... 1037 (P1, Thu) Parkin, Sean.................................................761 (P1, Tue) Parrish, Riley............................................. 1108 (P1, Thu) Partovi-Azar, Pouya.....................................839 (P1, Tue) Pasalic, Jasmina...........................................786 (P1, Tue) Pascal, Tod................................................. 422 (P1, Mon) Pask, John................................................. 1221 (P1, Thu) Passerini, Stefano..................60 (I1, Thu), 265 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 340 (P1, Mon), 701 (P1, Tue) ..........................................919 (P1, Thu), 1201 (P1, Thu) Patel, Rajankumar........................................ 85 (P1, Mon) Patel, Shane............................................... 1210 (P1, Thu) Patel, Yatish............................................... 1036 (P1, Thu) 109


Author Index Author...............................................Abs No.

Author...............................................Abs No.

Author...............................................Abs No.

Patey, Timothy.............................................831 (P1, Tue) Patolsky, Fernando..................................... 110 (P1, Mon) Pauker, Maximilian.................................... 293 (P1, Mon) Paul, Neelima............................................... 96 (P1, Mon) Pavlenko, Ekaterina.....................................513 (P1, Tue) Pay Gómez, Cesar...................................... 120 (P1, Mon) Payne, Martin.......................674 (P1, Tue), 712 (P1, Tue) Pearce, Paul..................................................531 (P1, Tue) Pearse, Alexander............... 355 (P1, Mon), 758 (P1, Tue) Pecher, Oliver...............................................614 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 739 (P1, Tue), 1176 (P1, Thu) Peddini, Sateesh........................................ 1023 (P1, Thu) Peebles, Cameron....................................... 263 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 534 (P1, Tue), 1081 (P1, Thu) Pei, Haijuan....................... 967 (P1, Thu), 1155 (P1, Thu) Peled, Emanuel.................. 110 (P1, Mon), 635 (P1, Tue) Pelegov, Dmitry...........................................490 (P1, Tue) Pell, Andrew.................................................838 (P1, Tue) Pelliccione, Christopher...............................608 (P1, Tue) Pemble, Martyn.......................................... 232 (P1, Mon) Peńa Hueso, Adriįn.........1055 (P1, Thu), 1058 (P1, Thu) Pena Hueso, Adrian......................................708 (P1, Tue) Penazzi, Nerino.................. 420 (P1, Mon), 778 (P1, Tue) Peng, Hong-Jie..................... 87 (P1, Mon), 769 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 798 (P1, Tue), 859 (P1, Thu) Peng, Jing................................................... 298 (P1, Mon) Peng, Zhangquan............................................ 66 (I1, Thu) Penumaka, Rani......................................... 130 (P1, Mon) Perassi, Eduardo.......................................... 873 (P1, Thu) Pereira-Almao, Pedro...................................670 (P1, Tue) Pereira-Ramos, Jean-Pierre........................ 328 (P1, Mon) Perez-Zurita, Maria......................................670 (P1, Tue) Persson, Jon V............................................ 226 (P1, Mon) Persson, Kristin......................................... 1131 (P1, Thu) Pesaran, Ahmad.................248 (P1, Mon), 251 (P1, Mon) Peters, Fabian............................................. 284 (P1, Mon) Petibon, Remi........................ 26 (I1, Tue), 266 (P1, Mon) ................... 299 (P1, Mon), 716 (P1, Tue), 717 (P1, Tue) Petrov, Sergey..............................................744 (P1, Tue) Pettersson, Jean............................................504 (P1, Tue) Pettinger, Karl-Heinz.........431 (P1, Mon), 965 (P1, Thu) Pezzato, Cristian........................................ 389 (P1, Mon) Pfenninger, Reto......................................... 291 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 293 (P1, Mon), 538 (P1, Tue) Pham, Duong.................... 781 (P1, Tue), 1019 (P1, Thu) Pham, Hieu...................................................693 (P1, Tue) Pham-Cong, De........................................... 926 (P1, Thu) Phansavath, Phannarath............................ 1054 (P1, Thu) Philippe, Bertrand.......................................... 61 (I1, Thu) .............................................725 (P1, Tue), 745 (P1, Tue) Phillips, Patrick................... 476 (P1, Tue), 951 (P1, Thu) ..........................................981 (P1, Thu), 1016 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1162 (P1, Thu), 1182 (P1, Thu) Piana, Giulia............................................... 285 (P1, Mon) Picard, Lionel...............................................690 (P1, Tue) Pidakhmet, Aidyn.........................................755 (P1, Tue) Pigliapochi, Roberta.....................................838 (P1, Tue) Pihan, Sascha...............................................505 (P1, Tue) Pilapil, Brandy.......................................... 1086 (P1, Thu) Pillot, Christophe..........................................10 (I1, Mon) Pinedo, Ricardo.................. 398 (P1, Mon), 736 (P1, Tue) .................... 757 (P1, Tue), 779 (P1, Tue), 949 (P1, Thu) Pinnell, Leslie..............................................689 (P1, Tue) Pintauro, Peter............................................ 106 (P1, Mon) Piskin, Berke.............................................. 175 (P1, Mon) Piwko, Markus.....................516 (P1, Tue), 784 (P1, Tue) Placke, Tobias...................162 (P1, Mon), 382 (P1, Mon) .............................................520 (P1, Tue), 556 (P1, Tue) Plews, Michael............................................ 979 (P1, Thu) Plylahan, Nareerat...........1070 (P1, Thu), 1073 (P1, Thu) Poeppelmeier, Kenneth............................. 1179 (P1, Thu) Pohl, Alexander............................................632 (P1, Tue) Pol, Vilas.................................................... 403 (P1, Mon) Polat, Deniz..................................................777 (P1, Tue) Polik, Robert.............................................. 246 (P1, Mon) Polity, Angelika............................................736 (P1, Tue) Polzin, Bryant..............................................553 (P1, Tue) .............................................574 (P1, Tue), 806 (P1, Tue) Pomjakushina, Ekaterina............................ 338 (P1, Mon)

Poncet, Séverine......................................... 285 (P1, Mon) Ponkratov, Denis..........................................666 (P1, Tue) Ponrouch, Alexandre..................................... 47 (I1, Wed) Popovich, Anatoliy..................................... 111 (P1, Mon) Porcar, Lionel............................................. 222 (P1, Mon) Porcarelli, Luca............................................666 (P1, Tue) Porcher, Willy............................................ 277 (P1, Mon) Porthault, Hélčne................285 (P1, Mon), 918 (P1, Thu) Posset, Uwe..................................................601 (P1, Tue) Pourbafarani, Zeinab.................................. 440 (P1, Mon) Povey, Ian................................................... 232 (P1, Mon) Pradeep, Konda............................................544 (P1, Tue) Pralongb, Valerie........................................ 203 (P1, Mon) Pramudita, James...................................... 1117 (P1, Thu) Prasada Rao, Rayavarapu.............................738 (P1, Tue) .................................................................. 1209 (P1, Thu) Pratheeksha, Parakandy Muzhikara............ 881 (P1, Thu) Preezant, Yevgeni.........................................829 (P1, Tue) Pregartner, Veronika................................... 273 (P1, Mon) Preishuber-Pflügl, Florian......................... 1090 (P1, Thu) Prendergast, David..................................... 422 (P1, Mon) Prezas, Panos.............................................. 435 (P1, Mon) Prezas, Panos................................................497 (P1, Tue) Prihandoko, Bambang................................ 164 (P1, Mon) Prihandoko, Bambang..................................849 (P1, Tue) Prins, Amber.............................................. 246 (P1, Mon) Proffit, Danielle............................................808 (P1, Tue) Prokofjevs, Aleksandrs.............................. 389 (P1, Mon) Prosini, Pier Paolo...................................... 233 (P1, Mon) Protas, Bartosz.................468 (P1, Mon), 1074 (P1, Thu) Prutsch, Denise.......................................... 273 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 737 (P1, Tue), 1090 (P1, Thu) Prytz, Oystein...............................................543 (P1, Tue) Puglia, Frank................................................653 (P1, Tue) Pullen, Adrian..............................................611 (P1, Tue) Pupek, Krzysztof...............236 (P1, Mon), 315 (P1, Mon) Purkayastha, Rajlakshmi..............................775 (P1, Tue)

Rasool, Majid.............................................. 934 (P1, Thu) Ravnsbaek, Dorthe..................................... 231 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 922 (P1, Thu), 1180 (P1, Thu) Rawal, Saurin............................................ 1223 (P1, Thu) Reale Hernandez, Cuauhtemoc................... 993 (P1, Thu) .................................................................. 1014 (P1, Thu) Redfern, Paul....................453 (P1, Mon), 1044 (P1, Thu) Redko, Vlad............................................... 253 (P1, Mon) Reeve, Zoe................................................. 419 (P1, Mon) Rehnlund, David..........................................504 (P1, Tue) Reichmann, Thomas....................................496 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 499 (P1, Tue), 985 (P1, Thu) Reid, Joel..................................................... 995 (P1, Thu) Reinke, Christian....................................... 1026 (P1, Thu) Remhof, Arndt............................................ 288 (P1, Mon) Rempel, Jane................................................611 (P1, Tue) Ren, Wenju................................................. 132 (P1, Mon) Ren, Xiaodi........................ 415 (P1, Mon), 790 (P1, Tue) Ren, Yang..........................254 (P1, Mon), 372 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 395 (P1, Mon), 509 (P1, Tue) ............................................894 (P1, Thu), 895 (P1, Thu) Ren, Yang.............................473 (P1, Tue), 572 (P1, Tue) Renman, Viktor.......................................... 120 (P1, Mon) Renner, Frank............................................. 302 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 305 (P1, Mon), 544 (P1, Tue) Rensmo, Hakan....................61 (I1, Thu), 1006 (P1, Thu) Rentsch, Daniel.......................................... 288 (P1, Mon) Reyes Jiménez, Antonia............................. 162 (P1, Mon) Rezepova, Daria...........................................744 (P1, Tue) Rheinfeld, Alexander.......446 (P1, Mon), 1227 (P1, Thu) Rho, Jin Woo.............................................. 312 (P1, Mon) Rho, Yoonsoo............................................ 1024 (P1, Thu) Rhode, Magnus............................................707 (P1, Tue) Ricci, Monica...............................................734 (P1, Tue) Richards, Ryan.......................................... 1103 (P1, Thu) Richards, William.............. 456 (P1, Mon), 742 (P1, Tue) Richardson, Giles...................................... 1074 (P1, Thu) Richardson, William.................................. 392 (P1, Mon) Richter, Felix............................................. 1077 (P1, Thu) Riedel, Ralf................................................. 999 (P1, Thu) Rieger, Bernhard..............437 (P1, Mon), 1227 (P1, Thu) Rieutord, Franēois................. 13 (I1, Mon), 513 (P1, Tue) Risko, Chad..................................................761 (P1, Tue) Risthaus, Tim...............................................728 (P1, Tue) Roberts, E.P.L........................................... 1086 (P1, Thu) Roberts, Matthew............... 163 (P1, Mon), 488 (P1, Tue) Robie, Steve................................................ 957 (P1, Thu) Robinson, James..........................................659 (P1, Tue) Robledo, Carla.......................................... 1164 (P1, Thu) Roche, Noel..................................................796 (P1, Tue) Rochefort, Dominic..............661 (P1, Tue), 678 (P1, Tue) Röder, Manuel..............................................601 (P1, Tue) Rodrķguez Pérez, Ismael........................... 360 (P1, Mon) Rodrķguez-López, Joaquķn.........................768 (P1, Tue) Roh, Ha-Kyung......................................... 1093 (P1, Thu) Rohan, Rupesh................... 281 (P1, Mon), 502 (P1, Tue) Rohde, Michael............................................505 (P1, Tue) Rohrer, Jochen.......................................... 1220 (P1, Thu) Rollins, Harry............................................. 301 (P1, Mon) Romano, Linda............................................ 957 (P1, Thu) Romero-Ibarra, Issis.....................................606 (P1, Tue) Roncancio Gomez, Robin.......................... 142 (P1, Mon) Rooney, Ryan............................................ 1044 (P1, Thu) Rose, Alyssa................................................ 875 (P1, Thu) Rosen, Eran..................................................829 (P1, Tue) Röser, Stephan.......................................... 1092 (P1, Thu) Rosenman, Ariel...........................................813 (P1, Tue) Rösler, Sina................................................ 399 (P1, Mon) Roslon, Irek..................................................710 (P1, Tue) Ross, Philip..................................................555 (P1, Tue) Rotermund, Lina..........................................716 (P1, Tue) Rouault, Helene.......................................... 307 (P1, Mon) Roué, Lionel............................................... 118 (P1, Mon) ..........................................993 (P1, Thu), 1014 (P1, Thu) Roumi, Farshid.............................................540 (P1, Tue) Rousse, Gwenaelle............. 218 (P1, Mon), 519 (P1, Tue) Rousselot, Steeve...................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Ruben, Mario............................................ 1145 (P1, Thu) Rubloff, Gary..................... 355 (P1, Mon), 758 (P1, Tue)

110

Q

Qi, Yue...............................462 (P1, Mon), 946 (P1, Thu) Qi, Yue....................................................... 192 (P1, Mon) Qian, Danna.................................................570 (P1, Tue) Qian, Kun........................... 242 (P1, Mon), 671 (P1, Tue) Qian, Rong................................................. 287 (P1, Mon) Qiao, Ruimin....................133 (P1, Mon), 1097 (P1, Thu) Qin, Yan...................................................... 876 (P1, Thu) Qin, Yan...................................................... 894 (P1, Thu) Qiu, Wujie.................................................. 304 (P1, Mon) Qiu, Xinping...........................30 (I1, Tue), 470 (P1, Tue) Qu, X........................................................... 994 (P1, Thu) Qu, Xiaohui............................................... 1131 (P1, Thu) Quartarone, Eliana.......................................734 (P1, Tue) Quazuguel, Lucille................ 13 (I1, Mon), 513 (P1, Tue) Quiroga-Gonzįlez, Enrique..........................579 (P1, Tue) .....................................................................603 (P1, Tue) Quix, Maarten..................................................74 (I1, Fri)

R

Rachford, Jeffrey........................................ 243 (P1, Mon) Rack, Alexander...........................................659 (P1, Tue) Radin, Maxwell............................................599 (P1, Tue) Ragupathi, Jeevani..................................... 122 (P1, Mon) Rajput, Nav Nidhi..................................... 1131 (P1, Thu) Raju, Kumar.................................................609 (P1, Tue) Raju, Vadivukarasi.................................... 1123 (P1, Thu) Raman, Ravikumar......................................783 (P1, Tue) Ramanujam, Kothandaraman.......................746 (P1, Tue) Ramasamy, Hari Vignesh... 337 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) Ramasubramanian, Ajaykrishna..................837 (P1, Tue) Ramasubramonian, D.........323 (P1, Mon), 902 (P1, Thu) Ramķrez Tangarife, Luis Adriįn................. 142 (P1, Mon) Ramos-Sįnchez, Guadalupe.........................606 (P1, Tue) Rannou, Patrice............................................690 (P1, Tue) Ransil, Alan..................................................620 (P1, Tue) Rao, R.S..................................................... 203 (P1, Mon) Rao, Tata..................................................... 881 (P1, Thu) Rapp, Manfred.............................................503 (P1, Tue) Rashid, Muhammad.................................. 1224 (P1, Thu)

18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016


Author Index Author...............................................Abs No. Ruether, Thomas.................... 56 (I1, Thu), 665 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1152 (P1, Thu), 1187 (P1, Thu) Ruggeri, Irene..............................................756 (P1, Tue) Rumyantsev, Alexander............................. 111 (P1, Mon) Rupp, Jennifer............................................ 291 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 293 (P1, Mon), 538 (P1, Tue) Rush, Larry..................................................842 (P1, Tue) Russell, Selena........................................... 303 (P1, Mon) Rustomji, Cyrus........................................ 1089 (P1, Thu) Ruthkosky, Marty...................................... 1046 (P1, Thu) Ryan, Kevin................................................ 982 (P1, Thu) Ryou, Myung-Hyun..........256 (P1, Mon), 312 (P1, Mon) ..................313 (P1, Mon), 459 (P1, Mon), 588 (P1, Tue) .....................589 (P1, Tue), 590 (P1, Tue), 591 (P1, Tue) .....................592 (P1, Tue), 593 (P1, Tue), 594 (P1, Tue) ..............1094 (P1, Thu), 1195 (P1, Thu), 1218 (P1, Thu) Ryu, Ji Heon......................... 79 (P1, Mon), 646 (P1, Tue) ................936 (P1, Thu), 1049 (P1, Thu), 1140 (P1, Thu) Ryu, Kwang Sun......................................... 959 (P1, Thu) Ryu, Kwang-Sun.................. 83 (P1, Mon), 472 (P1, Tue)

Author...............................................Abs No.

Sasaki, Kuniaki............................................478 (P1, Tue) Satish, Rohit................................................ 933 (P1, Thu) Sato, Susumu............................................ 1138 (P1, Thu) Satoshi, Kida.............................................. 183 (P1, Mon) Satyanarayana, Maddukuri........................ 203 (P1, Mon) Saubanere, Matthieu....................................519 (P1, Tue) Saubančre, Matthieu...................................... 24 (I1, Tue) Sauriol, Pierre........................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Sayah, Simon............................................. 310 (P1, Mon) Sayers, Ruth.................................................796 (P1, Tue) Sazhin, Sergiy..............................................651 (P1, Tue) Schabel, Wilhelm.........................................632 (P1, Tue) Schappacher, Falko.........................................3 (I1, Mon) Scheel, Mario...............................................659 (P1, Tue) Scheers, Johan................. 1073 (P1, Thu), 1173 (P1, Thu) Scheuermann, Marco...................................707 (P1, Tue) Schiestel, Stefanie....................................... 864 (P1, Thu) Schilcher, Christiane....................................642 (P1, Tue) Schipper, Florian................. 835 (P1, Tue), 891 (P1, Thu) Schmidt, Craig.............................................823 (P1, Tue) Schmidt, Gregory...................................... 1053 (P1, Thu) Schmidt, Korbinian.................................... 446 (P1, Mon) Schnadt, Joachim...................................... 1006 (P1, Thu) S, Gopukumar..............................................783 (P1, Tue) Schneider, Gerald...................................... 1041 (P1, Thu) S, Ramaprabhu........................................... 119 (P1, Mon) Schneider, Yanika........................................ 957 (P1, Thu) ........................................... 201 (P1, Mon), 741 (P1, Tue) Schneier, Dan..................... 110 (P1, Mon), 635 (P1, Tue) Sa, Niya........................................................808 (P1, Tue) Schroeder, Marshall........... 355 (P1, Mon), 758 (P1, Tue) Saadoune, Ismael..............168 (P1, Mon), 177 (P1, Mon) Schröder, Andreas........................................632 (P1, Tue) Saadoune, Ismael.............127 (P1, Mon), 1099 (P1, Thu) Schröder, Daniel......................................... 398 (P1, Mon) Saadoune, Ismael.................725 (P1, Tue), 735 (P1, Tue) .............................................757 (P1, Tue), 779 (P1, Tue) Sabi, Noha................................................. 1099 (P1, Thu) Schubert, Thomas...................................... 399 (P1, Mon) Saccomanno, Michael..................................695 (P1, Tue) Schuh, Jonathon...........................................768 (P1, Tue) Sadrameli, Seyed Mojtaba......................... 258 (P1, Mon) Schulz, Christof............................................572 (P1, Tue) Safa, Meer.................................................. 390 (P1, Mon) Schulz, Michael............................................ 96 (P1, Mon) Safarabadi, Majid....................................... 440 (P1, Mon) Schulz, Natalia........................................... 280 (P1, Mon) Safrany-Renard, Marianne......................... 328 (P1, Mon) Schulz-Dobrick, Martin.............................. 860 (P1, Thu) Sahore, Ritu........................ 294 (P1, Mon), 664 (P1, Tue) Schuster, Simon......................................... 436 (P1, Mon) Saito, Ryohei.............................................. 278 (P1, Mon) Schweitzer, Ben......................................... 434 (P1, Mon) Saito, Yoshiyasu......................................... 244 (P1, Mon) Schwenke, K. Uta...................................... 317 (P1, Mon) Sakaebe, Hikari....................636 (P1, Tue), 677 (P1, Tue) Schwenzel, Julian.............284 (P1, Mon), 1205 (P1, Thu) ................935 (P1, Thu), 1172 (P1, Thu), 1184 (P1, Thu) Schünemann, Jan-Hinnerk...........................642 (P1, Tue) Sakaguchi, Hiroki..................................... 1114 (P1, Thu) Schütt, Andreas............................................602 (P1, Tue) Sakamoto, Shuhei.............. 365 (P1, Mon), 765 (P1, Tue) Schökel, Alexander.................................... 102 (P1, Mon) Sakamoto, Taichi..........................................554 (P1, Tue) Sclar, Hadar................................................. 891 (P1, Thu) Sakatsume, Kazumasa................................ 178 (P1, Mon) Scott, Erik....................................................823 (P1, Tue) Sakuda, Atsushi......................................... 1172 (P1, Thu) Scott, Keith................................................ 416 (P1, Mon) Sakurai, Yoji............................................... 320 (P1, Mon) Sedlarikova, Marie.................................... 1165 (P1, Thu) Sakuyama, Haruki...................................... 176 (P1, Mon) See, Kimberly...................401 (P1, Mon), 402 (P1, Mon) Salager, Elodie.............................................. 50 (I1, Wed) Segawa, Hiroyo.......................................... 176 (P1, Mon) Salama, Michael...........................................817 (P1, Tue) Segre, Carlo.................................................. 94 (P1, Mon) Salcianu, Carmen.............357 (P1, Mon), 1104 (P1, Thu) ............................................. 98 (P1, Mon), 559 (P1, Tue) salehi-Khojin, Amin................................... 453 (P1, Mon) Seidel, Jürgen.....................207 (P1, Mon), 970 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1182 (P1, Thu), 1189 (P1, Thu) Seidel, Matthias.......................................... 228 (P1, Mon) Salem, Nuha................................................. 90 (P1, Mon) Seidlmayer, Stefan....................................... 96 (P1, Mon) Salitra, Gregory............................................813 (P1, Tue) Seifert, Hans........................ 496 (P1, Tue), 985 (P1, Thu) Sallard, Sébastien........................................... 52 (I1, Thu) Seifert, Hans.................................................499 (P1, Tue) Salot, Raphaėl............................................ 285 (P1, Mon) Seifitokaldani, Ali..................................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Salvadori, Alberto...................................... 458 (P1, Mon) Self, Ethan.................................................. 106 (P1, Mon) Samarin, Aleksandr............208 (P1, Mon), 911 (P1, Thu) Selinis, Petros...................... 581 (P1, Tue), 864 (P1, Thu) Sambandam, Balaji.................................... 188 (P1, Mon) Senguttuvan, Premkumar........................... 387 (P1, Mon) Sammut, Karl...............................................660 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1098 (P1, Thu), 1131 (P1, Thu) Samreen, Maseera....................................... 979 (P1, Thu) Senoh, Hiroshi.......................................... 1184 (P1, Thu) Samson, Alfred.......................................... 1086 (P1, Thu) Seo, Daniel.................................................. 983 (P1, Thu) Samuelis, Dominik.......................................505 (P1, Tue) Seo, Inseok...................................................857 (P1, Tue) Sįnchez Cervantes, Eduardo........................586 (P1, Tue) Seo, Jeong Gil..............................................471 (P1, Tue) Sanchez Saenz, Carlos............................... 142 (P1, Mon) Seo, Jeong Gil............................................. 928 (P1, Thu) Sandberg, Bjoern........................................ 224 (P1, Mon) Seo, Ki-Won............................................... 139 (P1, Mon) Sang, Lin......................................................762 (P1, Tue) Seok, Dong Chan...................................... 1030 (P1, Thu) Sang, Lingzi.............................................. 1042 (P1, Thu) Sera, Yusuke.............................................. 1007 (P1, Thu) Sankar, Gopinathan......................................595 (P1, Tue) Serife Pampal, Esra..............537 (P1, Tue), 561 (P1, Tue) Sankaranarayanan, Subramanian.............. 1108 (P1, Thu) Sethurajan, Athinthra................................ 1074 (P1, Thu) Sano, Hikaru.............................................. 368 (P1, Mon) Sextl, Gerhard............................................ 421 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 525 (P1, Tue), 1184 (P1, Thu) .......................................... 601 (P1, Tue), 1215 (P1, Thu) Santhanagopalan, Shriram......................... 251 (P1, Mon) Seyed Faraji, Leila..................................... 137 (P1, Mon) Santini, Catherine....................................... 307 (P1, Mon) Seymour, Ieuan.............................................. 51 (I1, Thu) Santos Pena, Jesus.............307 (P1, Mon), 310 (P1, Mon) Seymour, Ieuan............................................599 (P1, Tue) .........................................329 (P1, Mon), 1091 (P1, Thu) Shadike, Zulipiya....................................... 321 (P1, Mon) Sarwar, Wasim........................................... 443 (P1, Mon) Shahbazi, Ali............................................. 1208 (P1, Thu) Sasakawa, Takako...................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Shahbazian-Yassar, Reza... 426 (P1, Mon), 658 (P1, Tue) Sasaki, Hideaki............................................ 99 (P1, Mon) ................ 837 (P1, Tue), 1115 (P1, Thu), 1124 (P1, Thu) 18th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries w Chicago, Illinois w June 19–24, 2016

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Author...............................................Abs No. Shahed Khah, Nasrin................................ 1036 (P1, Thu) Shaibani, Mahdokht.................................. 1187 (P1, Thu) Shaijumon, Manikoth................................ 1106 (P1, Thu) Shaijumon, Manikoth M....323 (P1, Mon), 902 (P1, Thu) Sham, Tsun-Kong...................................... 1161 (P1, Thu) Shang, Mengshi...............325 (P1, Mon), 1142 (P1, Thu) Shanmukaraj, Devaraj............................... 1002 (P1, Thu) Shao, Huixia.............................................. 1118 (P1, Thu) Shao, Leijun.................................................703 (P1, Tue) Shao, Yuyan.................................................749 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 804 (P1, Tue), 1134 (P1, Thu) Shao, Zechao............................................... 889 (P1, Thu) Shao-Horn, Yang............................................ 20 (I1, Tue) Shapiro, David........................................... 100 (P1, Mon) Shaplov, Alexander........... 666 (P1, Tue), 1002 (P1, Thu) Shapovalov, Viktor.......................................632 (P1, Tue) Sharath, S.................................................... 910 (P1, Thu) Shariaty, Darius.......................................... 136 (P1, Mon) Sharifi-Asl, Soroosh.....................................658 (P1, Tue) Sharma, Neeraj............................................... 56 (I1, Thu) ........................................ 1110 (P1, Thu), 1117 (P1, Thu) Sharon, Daniel............................................ 362 (P1, Mon) Shaw, Leon.......................... 645 (P1, Tue), 885 (P1, Thu) Shearing, Paul......................487 (P1, Tue), 659 (P1, Tue) Sheath, Phillip........................................... 1187 (P1, Thu) Sheima, Yauhen.......................................... 377 (P1, Mon) Sheldon, Brian...................165 (P1, Mon), 167 (P1, Mon) ...........................................192 (P1, Mon), 946 (P1, Thu) Shembel, Elena.......................................... 253 (P1, Mon) Shen, Chen...................................................523 (P1, Tue) Shen, Yue.................................................... 931 (P1, Thu) Sheth, Jay................................................... 167 (P1, Mon) Shiba, Mika................................................. 927 (P1, Thu) Shibata, Daisuke......................................... 972 (P1, Thu) Shibata, Kaoru..............................................676 (P1, Tue) Shibuya, Hideka.......................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Shida, Kenji..................................................480 (P1, Tue) Shiiba, Hiromasa......................................... 888 (P1, Thu) Shikano, Masahiro.......................................636 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 935 (P1, Thu), 1172 (P1, Thu) Shilina, Yuliya............................................ 235 (P1, Mon) Shim, Jimin........................ 264 (P1, Mon), 705 (P1, Tue) Shimizu, Keisuke...................................... 1138 (P1, Thu) Shimizu, Ryo............................................. 1184 (P1, Thu) Shimizu, Yusuke.................. 14 (I1, Mon), 268 (P1, Mon) Shimoda, Keiji.......................................... 1194 (P1, Thu) Shin, Dongwook..............261 (P1, Mon), 1059 (P1, Thu) Shin, Hosop........................ 296 (P1, Mon), 604 (P1, Tue) Shin, Jae Wook............................................ 925 (P1, Thu) Shin, Minjeong........................................... 402 (P1, Mon) Shin, Won-Kyung.............239 (P1, Mon), 1028 (P1, Thu) Shin, Youngho.................... 236 (P1, Mon), 526 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 552 (P1, Tue), 947 (P1, Thu) Shiraki, Masahito....................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Shishihara, Daisuke......................................794 (P1, Tue) Shobukawa, Hitoshi.................................... 925 (P1, Thu) Shoji, Mao..................................................... 45 (I1, Wed) Shokouhmand, Hossein............................. 447 (P1, Mon) Shono, Kumi....................202 (P1, Mon), 1004 (P1, Thu) Shterenberg, Ivgeni......................................817 (P1, Tue) Shukla, Shashwat.........................................595 (P1, Tue) Shur, Vladimir..............................................490 (P1, Tue) Sicklinger, Johannes................................... 317 (P1, Mon) Sicolo, Sabrina.......................................... 1219 (P1, Thu) Sicsic, David.............................................. 451 (P1, Mon) Siegbahn, Hans......................................... 1006 (P1, Thu) Silin, Alexey............................................... 111 (P1, Mon) Simone, Virginie........................................ 330 (P1, Mon) Simonelli, Laura............................................ 50 (I1, Wed) Simonetti, Elisabetta.................................. 265 (P1, Mon) .............................................700 (P1, Tue), 701 (P1, Tue) Simonin, Loic............................................. 330 (P1, Mon) Simsek, Salim..............................................648 (P1, Tue) Singh, Deepak..............................................535 (P1, Tue) Singh, Deepak...................905 (P1, Thu), 1009 (P1, Thu) Singh, Madhav.............................................845 (P1, Tue) Singh, Rajendra............................................681 (P1, Tue) Sirigineedi, Jagadish Babu......................... 130 (P1, Mon) Sivashanmugam, A..................................... 214 (P1, Mon) Skårman, Björn.......................................... 441 (P1, Mon) 111


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Slautin, Boris...............................................490 (P1, Tue) Slavik, Marek............................................. 411 (P1, Mon) Slaymaker, Laura................89 (P1, Mon), 116 (P1, Mon) Sloan, Ben................................................. 1039 (P1, Thu) Slobodyuk, Arseny.......................................744 (P1, Tue) Smiley, Danielle...........................................732 (P1, Tue) Smith, John..................................................764 (P1, Tue) Smith, Kassiopeia..................................... 1108 (P1, Thu) Smith, Katherine....................................... 1107 (P1, Thu) Smith, Kyle..........................768 (P1, Tue), 848 (P1, Tue) Smith, Raymond...............445 (P1, Mon), 463 (P1, Mon) So, Yeong-Gi............................................... 879 (P1, Thu) Soavi, Francesca................. 756 (P1, Tue), 924 (P1, Thu) Soboleski, Hayden.................................... 1057 (P1, Thu) Sodeyama, Keitaro............220 (P1, Mon), 271 (P1, Mon) ........................................1062 (P1, Thu), 1063 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1064 (P1, Thu), 1173 (P1, Thu) Solchenbach, Sophie....................................712 (P1, Tue) Soldatov, Alexander.....................................632 (P1, Tue) Solhy, Abderrahim..................................... 127 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 725 (P1, Tue), 1099 (P1, Thu) Somacescu, S............................................. 232 (P1, Mon) Somerville, Limhi........................................497 (P1, Tue) Sommer, Heino.................145 (P1, Mon), 270 (P1, Mon) Son, Seung Hyeon............261 (P1, Mon), 1059 (P1, Thu) Son, Suhan...................................................469 (P1, Tue) Song, Jie..................................................... 335 (P1, Mon) Song, Jinhua.....................430 (P1, Mon), 1199 (P1, Thu) Song, Jinju........................186 (P1, Mon), 187 (P1, Mon) ..................188 (P1, Mon), 189 (P1, Mon), 780 (P1, Tue) ................ 781 (P1, Tue), 1017 (P1, Thu), 1018 (P1, Thu) ........................................1019 (P1, Thu), 1095 (P1, Thu) Song, Kideok...............................................594 (P1, Tue) Song, Kyeongse...........................................752 (P1, Tue) Song, Min-Kyu......................................... 1136 (P1, Thu) Song, Seung-Wan.........................................693 (P1, Tue) Song, Shidong............................................ 396 (P1, Mon) Song, Wen....................................................649 (P1, Tue) Song, Xiaohe.............................................. 131 (P1, Mon) Song, Zhongxin.......................................... 343 (P1, Mon) Sonoc, Alexandru...................................... 1230 (P1, Thu) Sonoda, Takashi.......................................... 998 (P1, Thu) Sonoyama, Noriyuki.................................. 181 (P1, Mon) Soon, Jiyong......................... 79 (P1, Mon), 646 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1049 (P1, Thu), 1140 (P1, Thu) Sottos, Nancy.......................532 (P1, Tue), 533 (P1, Tue) Sougrati, Moulay Tahar................................735 (P1, Tue) Sougrati, Moulay-Tahar..... 218 (P1, Mon), 822 (P1, Tue) Soundharrajan, Vaiyapuri........................... 188 (P1, Mon) Sourice, Julien............................................ 222 (P1, Mon) Spinner, Neil................................................836 (P1, Tue) Spray, Ryan..................................................652 (P1, Tue) Sprenkle, Vincent....................................... 425 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 691 (P1, Tue), 896 (P1, Thu) Späth, Thomas............................................ 280 (P1, Mon) Srinivasan, Madhavi.................................. 124 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 595 (P1, Tue), 933 (P1, Thu) Sripada, Raghu.............................................741 (P1, Tue) Sriramulu, Suresh............... 257 (P1, Mon), 611 (P1, Tue) Stach, Eric......................... 627 (P1, Tue), 1103 (P1, Thu) Stalzer, Madelyn..........................................633 (P1, Tue) Stan, Liliana............................................... 169 (P1, Mon) Stephens, Jamal.......................................... 439 (P1, Mon) Sternad, Michael............... 486 (P1, Tue), 1207 (P1, Thu) Stevens, David.............................................823 (P1, Tue) Stich, Michael..............................................598 (P1, Tue) Stickle, William......................................... 1121 (P1, Thu) Stievano, Lorenzo....................................... 971 (P1, Thu) Stievano, Lorenzo........................................822 (P1, Tue) Stoddart, J.Fraser....................................... 389 (P1, Mon) Stojanovska, Elena...............537 (P1, Tue), 561 (P1, Tue) Stoldt, Conrad........................................... 1056 (P1, Thu) Storch, Mathias........................................... 999 (P1, Thu) Strand, Dee...................................................719 (P1, Tue) ..........................................943 (P1, Thu), 1047 (P1, Thu) Stratford, Josh......................51 (I1, Thu), 1176 (P1, Thu) Streich, Daniel.................................................9 (I1, Mon) ...........................................711 (P1, Tue), 1011 (P1, Thu) Streipert, Benjamin................................... 1092 (P1, Thu) Strubel, Patrick.............................................784 (P1, Tue) 112

Struzik, Michal........................................... 291 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 293 (P1, Mon), 538 (P1, Tue) Stucky, Galen...............................................820 (P1, Tue) Studenik, Erika.............................................643 (P1, Tue) Su, Chi-Cheung................263 (P1, Mon), 1081 (P1, Thu) Su, Chun Wei...............................................647 (P1, Tue) Su, Dawei.....................................................815 (P1, Tue) Su, Dawei................................................... 146 (P1, Mon) Su, Dong......................................................627 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1103 (P1, Thu), 1132 (P1, Thu) Su, Jingyang.............................................. 1158 (P1, Thu) Su, Shih-Hsuan.................154 (P1, Mon), 159 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 833 (P1, Tue), 939 (P1, Thu) .......................................... 952 (P1, Thu), 1197 (P1, Thu) Su, Wei-Nien................................................767 (P1, Tue) Su, Xin........ 473 (P1, Tue), 509 (P1, Tue), 895 (P1, Thu) Suard, Emmanuelle.................. 32 (I1, Tue), 50 (I1, Wed) Subalakshmi, P........................................... 214 (P1, Mon) Subramanian Parimalam, Bharathy.............714 (P1, Tue) Subramanyam, Guru................................. 1177 (P1, Thu) Sueki, Toshitsugu....................................... 198 (P1, Mon) Suga, Rinko..................................................478 (P1, Tue) Sugahara, Akira.......................................... 220 (P1, Mon) Sugawara, Yoshihiro.................................. 144 (P1, Mon) Sugihara, Takahiko..................................... 211 (P1, Mon) Sugimura, Seiji.............................................480 (P1, Tue) Suginaka, Yusuke...................................... 1067 (P1, Thu) Suh, Hyo Seon.............................................501 (P1, Tue) Suh, Kyung-Do............................................564 (P1, Tue) Suh, Soon.....................................................517 (P1, Tue) Suk, Jungdon................................................763 (P1, Tue) Sukigara, Toru............................................ 278 (P1, Mon) Sun, Andy.........................419 (P1, Mon), 1008 (P1, Thu) Sun, Bing..................................................... 88 (P1, Mon) Sun, Bing................................................... 276 (P1, Mon) Sun, Bing.......................... 792 (P1, Tue), 1166 (P1, Thu) Sun, Chengjun..............................................473 (P1, Tue) Sun, Chengjun..............................................789 (P1, Tue) Sun, Chenn-Jun.......................................... 254 (P1, Mon) Sun, Chunwen........................................... 1153 (P1, Thu) Sun, Dong................................................... 880 (P1, Thu) Sun, Haoran..................................................672 (P1, Tue) Sun, Jiyang...................................................698 (P1, Tue) Sun, Ke...................................................... 1132 (P1, Thu) Sun, Meiling.................................................519 (P1, Tue) Sun, Qian........................... 343 (P1, Mon), 753 (P1, Tue) ........................................ 1008 (P1, Thu), 1160 (P1, Thu) Sun, Xiangcheng..........................................545 (P1, Tue) Sun, Xiaofei.................................................507 (P1, Tue) SUN, Xiaomeng...........................................686 (P1, Tue) Sun, Xiaoqi................................................ 412 (P1, Mon) Sun, Xueliang............................................. 337 (P1, Mon) Sun, Xueliang..................... 343 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) ................ 753 (P1, Tue), 1160 (P1, Thu), 1161 (P1, Thu) Sun, Yang-Kook...................48 (I1, Wed), 407 (P1, Mon) ..................408 (P1, Mon), 409 (P1, Mon), 563 (P1, Tue) .....................564 (P1, Tue), 565 (P1, Tue), 747 (P1, Tue) ................891 (P1, Thu), 1096 (P1, Thu), 1189 (P1, Thu) Sun, Yang-Kook...........................................730 (P1, Tue) Sun, Yang-Kook......................................... 362 (P1, Mon) Sun, Yanxia................................................. 931 (P1, Thu) Sung, Yung-Eun......................................... 326 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 787 (P1, Tue), 958 (P1, Thu) Sunkara, Satyendar..................................... 870 (P1, Thu) Suo, Liumin..................................................17 (I1, Mon) Suo, Liumin............................................... 298 (P1, Mon) Surta, Todd................................................ 1121 (P1, Thu) Surta, Wesley............................................ 1122 (P1, Thu) Susa, Hiroko.............................................. 1060 (P1, Thu) Susarla, Naresh.......................................... 450 (P1, Mon) Sutoh, Yusaku.............................................. 938 (P1, Thu) Suzuki, Kota......................216 (P1, Mon), 384 (P1, Mon) Suzuki, Naoki............................................ 1048 (P1, Thu) Suzuki, Shohei.............................................696 (P1, Tue) Suzuki, Soma............................................ 1060 (P1, Thu) Suzuki, Takayuki.......................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Svensson, Ann Mari.....................................548 (P1, Tue) Swaans, Ellie................................................731 (P1, Tue) Swart, Jan.....................................................652 (P1, Tue) Swietoslawski, Michal........ 582 (P1, Tue), 973 (P1, Thu)

Tabuchi, Mitsuharu..................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Tada, Akio.................................................. 185 (P1, Mon) Tadanaga, Kiyoharu.................................... 938 (P1, Thu) Taeubert, Corina........................................ 1207 (P1, Thu) Tagami, Nobuyuki...................................... 185 (P1, Mon) Taguchi, Noboru..........................................677 (P1, Tue) Tai, Cheuk-Wai............................................745 (P1, Tue) Tai, Zhixin....................................................491 (P1, Tue) Taiwo, Oluwadamilola.................................659 (P1, Tue) Takada, Koji.............................................. 1065 (P1, Thu) Takahashi, Hiroo.......................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Takahashi, Katsuyuki....................................14 (I1, Mon) Takahashi, Shin............................................704 (P1, Tue) Takahashi, Takuya...................................... 179 (P1, Mon) Takamatsu, Daiko........................................704 (P1, Tue) Takami, Norio..................................................69 (I1, Fri) Takayanagi, Kunio..................................... 216 (P1, Mon) Takeda, K.....................................................634 (P1, Tue) Takeda, Kouzou........................................... 99 (P1, Mon) Takeguchi, Tatsuya..................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Takeichi, Nobuhiko..........368 (P1, Mon), 1184 (P1, Thu) Takenaka, Toshio........................................ 955 (P1, Thu) Takeuchi, Esther...................607 (P1, Tue), 608 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 612 (P1, Tue), 1132 (P1, Thu) Takeuchi, Kenneth...............607 (P1, Tue), 608 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 612 (P1, Tue), 1132 (P1, Thu) Takeuchi, Tomonari................................... 393 (P1, Mon) ........................................ 1066 (P1, Thu), 1172 (P1, Thu) Takeuchi, Yuki.............................................794 (P1, Tue) Takeuchi, Yutaka......................................... 998 (P1, Thu) Talapaneni, Siddulu......................................795 (P1, Tue) Talebi-Esfandarani, Majid......................... 1022 (P1, Thu) Talyosef, Yosef.............................................813 (P1, Tue) Tam, Jasper............................................... 1057 (P1, Thu) Tamenori, Yusuke...............95 (P1, Mon), 1194 (P1, Thu) Tamura, Noriyuki........................................ 927 (P1, Thu) Tan, Bing.................................................... 152 (P1, Mon) Tan, Chaou...................................................796 (P1, Tue) Tan, Chuting.................................................657 (P1, Tue) Tan, Guoqiang............................................. 884 (P1, Thu) Tan, Hongjin.............................................. 427 (P1, Mon) Tan, Yingbin............................................... 104 (P1, Mon) Tanaka, Hideaki...........................................554 (P1, Tue) Tanaka, Yasutaka..........................................704 (P1, Tue) Tang, Chiu.......................... 229 (P1, Mon), 522 (P1, Tue) Tang, Weiping........................................... 1082 (P1, Thu) Tang, Xiaohui...............................................688 (P1, Tue) Tang, Yiwei................................................ 457 (P1, Mon) Tang, Zhe.....................................................631 (P1, Tue) Tanida, Hajime............................................. 95 (P1, Mon) .........................................210 (P1, Mon), 1194 (P1, Thu) Taniguchi, Izumi........................................ 376 (P1, Mon) ............................................ 481 (P1, Tue), 861 (P1, Thu) Tao, Liang....................................................500 (P1, Tue) Tarascon, Jean Marie.................1 (I1, Mon), 24 (I1, Tue) Tarascon, Jean-Marie........218 (P1, Mon), 371 (P1, Mon) .............................................519 (P1, Tue), 566 (P1, Tue) Tardif, Samuel..............................................513 (P1, Tue) Tariq, Farid.................................................. 963 (P1, Thu) Tarquini, Gabriele...................................... 233 (P1, Mon) Tatara, Ryoichi.......................................... 1045 (P1, Thu) Tateishi, Mitsuru........................................ 384 (P1, Mon) Tateyama, Yoshitaka.............57 (I1, Thu), 220 (P1, Mon) .............. 271 (P1, Mon), 1062 (P1, Thu), 1063 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1064 (P1, Thu), 1173 (P1, Thu) Tatsumi, Kuniaki..........................................677 (P1, Tue) Tatsumisago, Masahiro.....262 (P1, Mon), 364 (P1, Mon) .................381 (P1, Mon), 750 (P1, Tue), 1050 (P1, Thu) ........................................1051 (P1, Thu), 1067 (P1, Thu) Tavassol, Hadi..............................................533 (P1, Tue) Tchitchekova, Deyana................................... 47 (I1, Wed) Tealdi, Cristina.....................489 (P1, Tue), 734 (P1, Tue) Teeter, Dale................................................ 137 (P1, Mon) Teng, Feng....................................................507 (P1, Tue) Teng, Yongqiang........................................ 113 (P1, Mon) Teo, L. P.......................................................596 (P1, Tue) Tepavcevic, Sanja..................................... 1131 (P1, Thu) Terada, Shoshi........................................... 1060 (P1, Thu) Terborg, Lydia..............................................555 (P1, Tue)

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Teshima, Katsuya..............148 (P1, Mon), 183 (P1, Mon) .................184 (P1, Mon), 888 (P1, Thu), 1147 (P1, Thu) Tessaro, Matteo......................................... 1001 (P1, Thu) Tessier, Cécile..............................................580 (P1, Tue) .......................................... 715 (P1, Tue), 1011 (P1, Thu) Tezel, A...................................................... 411 (P1, Mon) Thackeray, Michael............... 7 (I1, Mon), 372 (P1, Mon) .................... 474 (P1, Tue), 509 (P1, Tue), 947 (P1, Thu) .......................................... 950 (P1, Thu), 1185 (P1, Thu) Thangadurai, Venkataraman........................670 (P1, Tue) ..............1083 (P1, Thu), 1084 (P1, Thu), 1086 (P1, Thu) Thangavel, Ranjith............. 337 (P1, Mon), 721 (P1, Tue) Theivaprakasam, Sowmiya....................... 1061 (P1, Thu) Thiallaiyan, Ramanathan.............................786 (P1, Tue) Thieme, Sören..............................................784 (P1, Tue) Thijssen, Job............................................. 1077 (P1, Thu) Thivel, Pierre-Xavier................................. 118 (P1, Mon) Thoennessen, Torge.................................. 1227 (P1, Thu) Thomas, Christian...................................... 207 (P1, Mon) Thomas, Daniel........................................... 970 (P1, Thu) Thomas, Jorge........................................... 1164 (P1, Thu) Thomas, Josh............................................. 441 (P1, Mon) Thomas, Morgan....................................... 1045 (P1, Thu) Thomas-Alyea, Karen............................... 1213 (P1, Thu) Thomsen, Ed............................................... 896 (P1, Thu) Thorat, Gaurav M........................................ 928 (P1, Thu) Thorat, Gaurav M.........................................471 (P1, Tue) Thornton, Katsuyo.......................................619 (P1, Tue) Tian, Wensheng......................................... 1082 (P1, Thu) Tichż, Jiřķ.................................................. 1165 (P1, Thu) Tietz, Frank....................... 707 (P1, Tue), 1090 (P1, Thu) Timofeeva, Elena......................................... 98 (P1, Mon) Timofeeva, Elena......................................... 94 (P1, Mon) Timperman, Laure..................................... 1053 (P1, Thu) Titirici, Maria-Magdalena.......................... 357 (P1, Mon) .................................................................. 1104 (P1, Thu) Tjaden, Bernhard..........................................659 (P1, Tue) Tjalsma, Jessica............................................568 (P1, Tue) Toda, Akio................................................... 927 (P1, Thu) Todorov, Yanko.......................................... 316 (P1, Mon) Togasaki, Norihiro.......................................748 (P1, Tue) Tojo, Masaru.............................................. 320 (P1, Mon) Tojo, Tomohiro........................................... 320 (P1, Mon) Tokranov, Anton......................................... 165 (P1, Mon) Tolegen, Beisen............................................755 (P1, Tue) Tominaga, Yoichi...................................... 1071 (P1, Thu) Tomita, Akira.............................................. 955 (P1, Thu) Tomsia, Antoni P......................................... 887 (P1, Thu) Toney, Michael.............................................615 (P1, Tue) Tong, Jun......................................................484 (P1, Tue) Tornheim, Adam................ 294 (P1, Mon), 664 (P1, Tue) Torres, Loraine.............................................786 (P1, Tue) Torres Gonzįlez, Luis...................................586 (P1, Tue) Toumar, Alexandra.......................................742 (P1, Tue) Tozier, Dylan.............................................. 427 (P1, Mon) Trabesinger, Sigita..........................................9 (I1, Mon) Trad, Khiem.................................................542 (P1, Tue) Trad, Khiem.....................433 (P1, Mon), 1034 (P1, Thu) Tran-Van, Franēois..................................... 310 (P1, Mon) Tran-Van, Pierre...............................................70 (I1, Fri) Tranchot, Alix............................................ 118 (P1, Mon) Trask, Stephen..............................................509 (P1, Tue) .............................................553 (P1, Tue), 574 (P1, Tue) Traußnig, Thomas..................................... 1207 (P1, Thu) Trease, Nicole............................................ 105 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 417 (P1, Mon), 599 (P1, Tue) Trebukhova, Svetlana...................................653 (P1, Tue) Trevey, James............................................. 241 (P1, Mon) Trifkovic, Milana...................................... 1086 (P1, Thu) Trifonova, Atanaska........... 286 (P1, Mon), 485 (P1, Tue) Tron, Artur.................................................. 936 (P1, Thu) Trotta, Francesco........................................ 420 (P1, Mon) Truong, Yen............................................... 1152 (P1, Thu) Tsai, Chih Long................... 818 (P1, Tue), 961 (P1, Thu) Tsai, Mon-Che..............................................767 (P1, Tue) Tsai, Ping-chun.................126 (P1, Mon), 353 (P1, Mon) Tsai, Ping-chun............................................619 (P1, Tue) Tsai, Shu-Yi................................................ 103 (P1, Mon) Tsapina, Anna...............................................744 (P1, Tue)

Tschöcke, Sebastian.....................................784 (P1, Tue) Tsiplakides, Dimitrios.................................. 80 (P1, Mon) Tsubouchi, Shigetaka...................................696 (P1, Tue) Tsuchiya, Yuka.............................................720 (P1, Tue) Tsujimura, Tomoyuki................................ 1048 (P1, Thu) Tsukada, Tetsuya........................................ 181 (P1, Mon) Tsukahara, Naoki...................................... 1141 (P1, Thu) Tsukasaki, Hirofumi.................................. 1067 (P1, Thu) Tsung, Lancy............................................... 957 (P1, Thu) Tsunoe, Daisuke............................................. 33 (I1, Tue) Tsuritani, Keiji........................................... 320 (P1, Mon) Tübke, Jens..................................................814 (P1, Tue) Tudisco, Erika..............................................659 (P1, Tue) Turner, Louise..............................................827 (P1, Tue) Tuttle, Steven...............................................836 (P1, Tue) Tutusaus, Oscar......................................... 1188 (P1, Thu) Tyliszczak, Tolek....................................... 100 (P1, Mon) Tzeng, Yonhua........................................... 115 (P1, Mon)

Vedarajan, Raman...................................... 119 (P1, Mon) Veerababu, Medabalmi................................746 (P1, Tue) Velez, Patricio............................................. 873 (P1, Thu) Venable, Frances..........................................521 (P1, Tue) Venkata Rami Reddy, Boddu.......................783 (P1, Tue) Venkatachalam, Subramanian......................570 (P1, Tue) Venugopal, Nulu..........................................469 (P1, Tue) Verbrugge, Mark..............192 (P1, Mon), 1046 (P1, Thu) Verde Gómez, Ysmael................................ 199 (P1, Mon) Verhallen, Tomas...............905 (P1, Thu), 1009 (P1, Thu) Vernardou, D.............................................. 232 (P1, Mon) Versaci, Daniele...........................................778 (P1, Tue) Vicente, Nuria..............................................565 (P1, Tue) Vidal, Frédéric..............................................666 (P1, Tue) Vidal, Virginie........................................... 1054 (P1, Thu) Vidarsson, Hilmar...................................... 441 (P1, Mon) Vie, Preben................................................. 224 (P1, Mon) ........................................... 227 (P1, Mon), 583 (P1, Tue) Vijayakumar, Murugesan........................... 391 (P1, Mon) .........................................425 (P1, Mon), 1134 (P1, Thu) Vijh, Ashok................................................... 37 (I1, Wed) Villevieille, Claire..................... 9 (I1, Mon), 52 (I1, Thu) ..........................................338 (P1, Mon), 347 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 715 (P1, Tue), 1011 (P1, Thu) Vinado, Carolina..........................................567 (P1, Tue) Vinayan, Bhaghavathi Parambath................802 (P1, Tue) Visco, Steven......................... 36 (I1, Wed), 799 (P1, Tue) Visintin, Arnaldo....................................... 1164 (P1, Thu) Viswanathan, Vish....................................... 896 (P1, Thu) Vogt, Leonie............................................... 347 (P1, Mon) Voje, Jorunn..........................64 (I1, Thu), 224 (P1, Mon) von Czarnecki, Peter.................................. 399 (P1, Mon) von Lüders, Christian................................... 96 (P1, Mon) von Srbik, Marie-Therese......................... 1196 (P1, Thu) Vondrák, Jiří..................... 411 (P1, Mon), 1165 (P1, Thu) Vrankovic, Dragoljub.................................. 999 (P1, Thu) Vu, Anh...............................876 (P1, Thu), 951 (P1, Thu) Vu Thi, Trang............................................. 186 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 781 (P1, Tue), 1018 (P1, Thu) Vullum, Per Erik........................................ 224 (P1, Mon) Vullum-Bruer, Fride..................................... 77 (P1, Mon) .......................................... 548 (P1, Tue), 1183 (P1, Thu) Vurgaropulos, Adam....................................689 (P1, Tue) Vygodskii, Yakov.............. 666 (P1, Tue), 1002 (P1, Thu)

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Uchida, Makoto......................................... 1184 (P1, Thu) Uchida, Manato......................................... 1192 (P1, Thu) Uchida, Satoshi.......................................... 179 (P1, Mon) Uchida, Shuhei........................................... 184 (P1, Mon) Uchimoto, Yoshiharu............ 12 (I1, Mon), 95 (P1, Mon) ................ 190 (P1, Mon), 198 (P1, Mon), 210 (P1, Mon) ...........................................381 (P1, Mon), 962 (P1, Thu) ........................................ 1172 (P1, Thu), 1194 (P1, Thu) Uddin, Jasim.............................................. 427 (P1, Mon) Uddin, Md-Jamal............... 249 (P1, Mon), 518 (P1, Tue) ............................................ 560 (P1, Tue), 865 (P1, Thu) Ueda, Atsushi.............................................. 935 (P1, Thu) Ueno, Kazuhide......................................... 1045 (P1, Thu) Uhlenbruck, Sven................ 818 (P1, Tue), 961 (P1, Thu) Ui, Koichi................................................... 278 (P1, Mon) Uitz, Marlena.................... 737 (P1, Tue), 1207 (P1, Thu) Ujiie, Satoshi.............................................. 101 (P1, Mon) Ulmann, Pirmin......................................... 1206 (P1, Thu) Ulvestad, Asbjųrn.........................................543 (P1, Tue) Um, Ji.......................................................... 916 (P1, Thu) Uosaki, Kohei............................................ 428 (P1, Mon) Urdampilleta, Idoia................................... 1206 (P1, Thu) Urpelainen, Samuli................................... 1006 (P1, Thu) Urquiza, Laura............................................ 873 (P1, Thu) Uruga, Tomoya........................................... 381 (P1, Mon) Usrey, Monica................... 708 (P1, Tue), 1058 (P1, Thu) Usui, Hiroyuki.......................................... 1114 (P1, Thu) Usui, Kenji................................................ 1064 (P1, Thu) Utsugi, Koji............................................... 1029 (P1, Thu) Uzun, Davut.................................................561 (P1, Tue)

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V, Selvamani................................................783 (P1, Tue) Vaßen, Robert...............................................818 (P1, Tue) Vadivel, Nicole.......................................... 1217 (P1, Thu) Vail, Sean..........................335 (P1, Mon), 414 (P1, Mon) Valtiner, Markus......................................... 302 (P1, Mon) Valvo, Mario........................725 (P1, Tue), 745 (P1, Tue) Van Aken, Katherine....................................800 (P1, Tue) Van Bael, Marlies....................................... 305 (P1, Mon) Van den Bossche, Peter.............................. 433 (P1, Mon) Van der Ven, Anton......................................599 (P1, Tue) van Dijk, Niels........................................... 363 (P1, Mon) van Dijk, Niels H........................................ 905 (P1, Thu) van Hulzen, Martijn................................... 363 (P1, Mon) van Hulzen, Martijn.................................... 905 (P1, Thu) Van Mierlo, Joeri........................................ 433 (P1, Mon) Van Tendeloo, Gustaaf............................... 218 (P1, Mon) Vanchiappan, Aravindan............................. 933 (P1, Thu) Vankova, Svetoslava....................................77