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Neware attended the 8th International Conference on Progress in Innovative Energ
Time : 2018.12.01
On December 1, 2018, the 8th International Conference on the Progress of Innovative Energy Materials (AAIEM2018), co-sponsored by Guangxi Science and Technology Association and Guangxi University, was successfully held in Guangxi University. Neware Marketing Department attended the meeting and exhibited the typical battery testing equipment of Neware Company.
Talking about Guangxi University
Located in Nanning, the capital of Guangxi, which is picturesque and has the reputation of “Green City”.
It is the largest and largest comprehensive university in Guangxi.
It is also the only national “211 Project” school in Guangxi.
The Ministry of Education and the provincial departments jointly established by Guangxi have jointly established colleges and universities, and the central and western universities have upgraded their comprehensive strength plans to build colleges and universities.
The conference focused on the latest advances in science and technology in new energy materials, new electrochemical technologies and applications, and important areas of electrochemical energy storage and conversion technology.
The conference focused on five major themes: fuel cells, batteries, electrochemical capacitors and renewable fuels, basic electrochemistry, and electric vehicles.
It aims to exchange and share the latest progress and applied research results of innovative energy materials, and promote energy technology advancement and industrial upgrading.
The fuel cell
This topic focuses on the latest scientific advances in high-temperature solid oxide fuel cells, direct carbon fuel cells, microbial fuel cells, polymer electrolyte fuel cells, and direct ethanol fuel cells using anion or cation exchange membranes. Exploring efforts to promote the transformation of recent results into practical applications. This topic includes diagnostic techniques and reactor system design/components; catalysts and membranes, methanol and ethanol reforming hydrogen fuel cells; and includes junction/bipolar plates, performance degradation and new nanostructured materials, and smart carbon-based fuel cells material.
Batteries, especially lithium-ion batteries, have become the main source of power for a variety of portable electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops and digital cameras. In recent years, lithium ion batteries have been widely used in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and pure electric vehicles (EVs). This topic will discuss basic research and applications for lithium-ion batteries and other types of batteries, such as fluid batteries, lead-acid batteries, and metal/air batteries. Specific areas include, but are not limited to: (1) electrical level design, characterization and performance; (2) electrolyte development and characterization; (3) new electrical level processing and battery design; (4) electrical level interface research and diagnostic techniques; (5) material, electrical level and battery simulation; (6) battery aging, failure mode and mechanism; (7) PHEV, EV performance, fast charge / discharge, safety, market prospects, etc.
Electrochemical capacitors and renewable fuels
This topic focuses on various aspects of electrochemical capacitor research, development, and practical applications, including: nanostructured materials such as carbon, metal oxides, nitrides, other cash inorganic materials, and conductive polymers; electrochemical capacitor components, new device designs ( Characterization and optimization of symmetrical and asymmetrical) and hybrid systems; theory and modeling are the most tools; application of electrochemical capacitors in practical conditions. These include renewable fuels and hydrogen production, water separation, and other electrochemical equipment such as electrolyzers, electrochemical hydrogen pumps, and more.
This topic will cover all aspects of basic electrochemical, electrochemical interfaces, and new and in-situ electrochemical characterization techniques related to energy storage, energy conversion; and cutting-edge research in electrochemical science and technology. Covers the basic phenomena associated with nanoscale or mesoporous structured electrical grades and membrane materials. It also includes the development of new smart carbon materials such as graphene and its basic electrochemical and computational understanding.
Address the technical challenges of electric vehicles: cycle life, power and energy, cost and safety. This special report covers all types of electric vehicles, including pure electric and battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), hybrid vehicles and conventional diesel locomotives. Materials and technologies for improving the performance of automotive parts, such as fast charge/discharge batteries, lightweight technology, long-life lubricants, anti-friction tires, etc.
The meeting specially invited the academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the director of the National New Materials Industry Development Expert Advisory Committee, Gan Yong, the academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Sun Shigang, the academician of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hurt Abrola, and the academician of the European Academy of Sciences, Liu Meilin.
In the report, Academician Gan Yong elaborated on the main industrialization technologies of high-end structural materials and functional materials for some major projects, emphasizing that innovation-driven development requires new materials and technology support.
In the report, Academician Hurt Abrola also introduced the latest research progress in the field in situ method for the research and characterization of fuel cells and other battery materials, and prospects for future development.
The conference provides a platform for experts and scholars engaged in the research and development of innovative energy materials and related fields at home and abroad to provide a good platform for exchange and display of the latest research results of innovative energy materials. Experts and scholars from domestic and foreign research institutes, enterprises and other schools around fuel cells, batteries and electricity. The topics of chemical capacitors, renewable fuels, and basic electrochemistry have been discussed in depth.