Conference

The demand for batteries for electromobility is leading to growing production capacities worldwide. Manufacturers are facing the challenge of implementing a battery production that is cost and resource efficient on a large gigawatt hour scale. The International Battery Production Conference supports this and covers relevant topics of battery production. The conference offers interested parties from industry, politics and science a platform for discussion and networking. Speakers from industry and science provide insights into current developments, trends and research results related to battery production.

Update: The preliminary conference schedule is now online.

Seminar Day - Nov 14th

Seminar: Fundamentals of the battery cell production

Seminar: Diagnosis and simulation of lithium-ion batteries

Concluding Presentation: DaLion - Data Mining in Li-Ion Cell production

Conference Day 1 - Nov 15th

Topics:

  • Cell Production
  • Simulation & Modelling
  • Electrode Production
  • Formation & Testing
  • Cell Designs & Markets
  • Separators & Safety

Conference Day 2 - Nov 16th

Topics:

  • Module and Pack Design
  • Module and Pack Production
  • Cell Performance
  • Industrie 4.0 & Factory Desing
  • Sustainability & LCE
  • Production of Solid Polymer & All Solid State Batteries
  • Battery Safety
  • Cell Production
These are this year's keynotes:
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Patrick Bernard, SAFT
Strategies for defining the production parameters for high numbers of different cell designs

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Prof. Anders Strømman, NTNU
Industrial ecology in battery production

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Dr. Holger Manz, Volkswagen
Future Trends for Battery Systems – the OEM perspective

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Torge Thönnessen, Custom Cells
Actual and future cell designs for mass market and niche market applications

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Prof. Arno Kwade, BLB
Perspective on battery cell production research in Germany – the ProZell cluster

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Peter Schulz, Manz AG
Machines and systems for the manufacturing of large battery cells and battery modules