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Highlights from PRiME2016, Honolulu
A02: Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries： in Honor of Prof. Zempachi Ogumi
(Sponsored by The Committee of Battery Technology, Japan)
A Symposium A02 “Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: in Honor of Prof. Zempachi Ogumi”, which was sponsored by The Committee of Battery Technology, Japan, was held as a special symposium in Pacific Rim Meeting on Electrochemical and Solid-State Science 2016 (PRiME2016) at Hawaii Convention Center & Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki, Honolulu from Oct. 2-7th, 2016. The symposium focused on advanced analytical tools and techniques for all types of batteries including aqueous, non-aqueous, polymer electrolyte, solid electrolyte, and flow systems such as (1) in-situ and operando analytical techniques using X-ray, TEM, SEM, AFM, NMR, Raman, FT-IR, etc., (2) analysis using model electrodes such as thin films, single crystals, etc., (3) analysis on the interfacial phenomena at the electrode/electrolyte interfaces such as SEI formation. The symposium started with an invited lecture “In-Situ Analysis of Lithium Ion Batteries” by Prof. Zempachi Ogumi, and 8 invited lectures from distinguished researchers, 58 oral presentations, and 9 posters were presented with active and fruitful discussion from Monday to Thursday.
The organizers selected three Best Oral Presentation Awards and one Best Poster Presentation Award from the presentations in the symposium. The winners are as follows:
Best Oral Presentation Award
Dr. Saya Takeuchi
Theiss Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
“Focused Ion Beams for Lithiation of High Capacity Host Materials for Negative Electrodes”
Dr. Jingshu Hui
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
“Layer Number Dependence of Li+ Intercalation on Few-Layer Graphene and Electrochemical Imaging of Its Solid-Electrolyte Interphase Evolution”
Dr. Munekazu Motoyama
JST-ALCA, Nagoya University, Japan
“In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscope Observations of Electrochemical Li Deposition and Dissolution at Lipon/Pt, Au Interfaces”
Best Poster presentation Award
Mitsubishi Motors, Kyoto University, Japan
“Inhomogeneous-Lithiation/Homogeneous-Delithiation Occurring in the Composite Electrode at Continuous Cycling”
On behalf of the organizers, I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the speakers, chairpersons, and audience for your great contributions to the success of the symposium.
Minoru Inaba, Professor
Lead Organizer, A02 Symposium
The Chairperson, The Committee of Battery Technology, Japan
The Member-at-Large, The Battery Division, The Electrochemical Society, Inc.