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Battery Cell Technology for EVs
Berlin, Germany - 10 - 13 December 2018
Conference / congress

IQPC is due to hold the Battery Cell Technology for EVs.
The conference will give you the platform to:
? Meet leading battery suppliers and OEMs and find out their R&D activities on increasing energy density and charging speed, improving cycle life, thermal properties and safety of new Lithium-Ion batteries
? Hear about improvements in battery materials, cell design and thermal management solutions for ultra fast charging of Li-ion batteries
? Learn about progress in future-based battery materials and technologies, such as solid state Li-Ion, Li metal and find out what progress is made in overcoming obstacles such as serial fabrication, ionic conductivity and cost
? Explore new material applications for a sustainable EV future
? Join the interactive focus day devoted to battery safety and ultra fast charging


Date(s):
10 - 13 December 2018

Venue:
TBA

Contact for booking / more info:
+49 (0)30 20913 274 or email eq@iqpc.de.
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