Visit Enerize Corporation presentations and lecture at the following upcoming events:
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Webinar "Non-Destructive Testing: Insuring Safety, Reliability, and Reducing Cost of Li Batteries"
10:00 a.m. EDT USA / 4:00 p.m. CET Europe / 10:00 p.m. China
Dr. Elena Shembel, Chairman & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present "Non-Destructive Testing: Insuring Safety, Reliability, and Reducing Cost of Li Batteries" during the webinar organized by PlugVolt.
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Dr. E. Shembel comments: "Innovative non-destructive testing methods and devices is an important part of the Enerize's three technological platforms, which provide a synergetic effect and also include high energy solid state Li-ion batteries, and nanostructured transparent polymer for encapsulation of solar cells and other optical device."
Dr. V. Redko, Executive VP and Director of non-destructive testing department adds: "Our non-destructive technologies ensure quality of initial materials, components, and final products, including in-line control during the battery production. This is the most cost effective method to achieve the highest possible product quality and reliability."
Enerize owns 11 US patents and 1 UK patent in the area of non-destructive testing.
The demands and requirements of battery power for wireless devices have increased exponentially over the past decade. These increased demands have created significant market opportunities for battery developers. This track will focus on the latest technological advancements in portable power for smart phones, tablets, laptops, medical devices and power tools. The conference presentations will provide in-depth analysis of emerging battery chemistries, pack designs and battery management systems. In addition, the latest charging technologies and advances in safety will be addressed.
Dr. Elena Shembel, Chairman and CEO of Enerize Corporation, will present on April 18 at 4:00 PM a lecture "Advancements of Innovative Non-Destructive Non-Contact Methods of Testing for Optimization of Materials, Technology and Design, Increasing Efficiency, Improving Reliability and Safety, and Reducing Costs of the Batteries for Portable Electronics" at the Track 1 "Mobile Power: Materials, Cell Design, Testing & Monitoring".
The presentation was prepared in collaboration with:
Dr. Vlad Redko, Dr. Valeriy Tutyk, Enerize Corporation, Florida, USA.
Dr. Liu Lijian, Rensenzeer (Hebei province) New Energy Technology Co. China
Dr. Alexandr Markevich, Dr. Olga Kolomoetz, Nely Zaderey, Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University
Dr. Tomas E. Gomez Alvarez-Arenas, Dr. Jorge, Camacho Sosa Dias. ITEFI, Spanish National Research Council. Madrid, Spain
This presentation addresses Enerize's proprietary nondestructive non-contact electromagnetic, holographic interferometry, gas discharge visualization, and combined methods and devices to enable the evaluation of the properties and hidden defects of initial materials, semi- and final product in-line during manufacturing of Li-ion batteries for portable electronics. Portable electronics applications require from Li-ion batteries increased energy, reliability, small size, high safety, and low cost. During the lecture there will be presented innovative materials, technologies and equipment which are used for the production of high energy Li-ion batteries.
Dr. Elena Shembel will also host a Breakout Discussion Groups on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30-9:00 AM on the topic "Bridging the Gap between Materials Limitations and Manufacturing Requirements". There have been a lot of achievements in the material science for the development of new electrode and electrolyte materials for Li batteries. However, there still must be solved the problems of removing the gap between the achievements in material science, material limitations, and manufacturing requirements, and the customre requirements to the performance of Li-ion batteries.
The 2016 EMN Batteries Meeting is going to be a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, scholars and engineers from academia, R&D laboratories and industry around the world to exchange, share and learn the most recent advancement on various aspects related to batteries science and technology.
Dr. Elena Shembel, Chairman and CEO of Enerize Corporation, as invited spiker will present on February 24th at 5:50 pm the presentation "Materials, Technologies and Equipment for Manufacturing High Energy, High Safety and Low Cost Li-Ion Batteries with Solid Inorganic Electrolytes".
Innovative materials for electrodes and solid inorganic electrolytes, technologies and equipment for thin film deposition, developed by Enerize, provide a synergetic effect for delivering high energy and safety of Li-ion batteries, and reducing the cost. Enerize cooperates in this directions with Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, Research Laboratory of Chemical Power Sources.
During the presentation Dr. Shembel will discuss: a) a correlation between composition, structure and electrochemical properties of electrolyte and electrodes, b) equipment for high rate deposition of thin layers of electrode materials and solid electrolytes with predetermined structural, morphological, and electrochemical properties, c) non-destructive non-contact testing methods and devises for ensuring quality of initial materials, components, and final products, including in-line control during batteries production.
Advanced Battery Technologies from Research to Market
The 11th International Conference on Lithium Battery Power focuses on two distinct tracks on materials & commercialization and addresses critical issues facing the industry, presents innovative advancements in research on lithium batteries, and fosters cross-industry discussions on ways to take viable technologies from research to practical application and manufacturing.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO Enerize Corporation will present on November 18th at 11:30 AM "Organizing and Scale-Up Manufacturing of Thin Film Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries with High Energy, High Safety & Low Cost".
Dr. Shembel will present achievements which are based on the synergetic effect of solid inorganic electrolyte and electrode materials, technology and equipment for thin film deposition. Information will be focused on key materials and technologies for high-energy solid-state Li-ion batteries developed by Enerize, including vitreous high-ionic conductivity solid inorganic electrolytes which ensure safety during battery operation, high-energy binder-free silicon-graphite composite anodes with special structure that ensures the high level of adhesion between composition and current collector, cohesion between the particles of silicon and graphite, and high-level stability during cycling. Key innovating technologies and equipment provide the high rate of deposition of thin layers of electrode and solid electrolytes with predetermined properties, and special design of the interface between solid electrolytes and electrodes. Breakthrough in materials, technologies and equipment results in high reliability and performance of solid state batteries, reduces the costs, and increases the productivity of battery fabrication.
Enerize owns 4 US patents and 4 US patent applications in the area of solid state batteries. Areas of applications for Li-ion batteries with solid inorganic electrolyte include oil & gas drilling companies, hot environments and/or high loads, e.g. vehicle running uphill, military, power tools, deep mining, aerospace, and petrochemicals.
Audience will also gain the ideas about the ways how materials, technologies and equipment for thin film deposition, which are developed by Enerize, could be introduced in the current process of the batteries production, based on the other types of electrodes and electrolytes. Enerize cooperates in these directions with Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, Research Laboratory of Chemical Power Sources.
Dr. Elena Shembel will also host Battery Breakfast Breakout Discussion on Thursday, November 19 at 7:30-8:45 AM on topic "Bridging the Gap between Materials Limitations and Manufacturing Requirements". Various technologies and equipment, which allow overcome the barrier between the achievements of the material science for various types of electrodes and electrolyte, and requirements of the manufacture and application of lithium power sources will be discussed and compared. Particular attention will be paid to various non-destructive testing methods & equipment for novel electrodes & electrolytes materials during use of them for batteries productions
This event brings innovators from leading academic, industry, business, and government organizations to discuss ideas, concepts, and experimental results within the following topic areas: Advanced Materials, Battery Systems & Applications, Battery Testing & Safety, Fuel Cells.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO Enerize Corporation will present on April 29th at 5:30 PM "New Properties of Iron Disulfide Cathode Material for Li-FeS2 Secondary Batteries".
Dr. Shembel will present electrochemical system Li-FeS2 with breakthrough properties: good cyclability at ambient temperature. By contrast, currently available secondary batteries based on FeS2 only operate at high temperature of 300°C using melt electrolyte, or at temperatures above 100°C with polymer electrolyte. Innovative polymer and solid electrolytes affect the mechanism of the electrochemical reaction of intercalation & de-intercalation of Li-ions in FeS2 electrode, and provide good cyclability of the FeS2 cathode even at ambient temperature. Iron-disulfide is an inexpensive and non-toxic material with high tap density, which provides high volumetric energy of Li-FeS2 cells. Li-FeS2 secondary cell has a low self-discharge, which is an important additional benefit as compared with Li secondary cells, which use other cathode materials based on sulfur components. Enerize has developed Li-FeS2 secondary system in cooperation with Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, Research Laboratory of Chemical Power Sources.
This 6th annual IDTechEx event provides insight into energy harvesting technologies, case studies and markets, ranging from consumer electronics and sensors all the way to vehicles, building and industrial automation.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present "Non-Destructive Methods & Devices for Testing Next Generation Batteries and Super Capacitors During Development and Production, Ensuring Safety & Reliability".
Dr. Shembel will also co-host a master class "Flexible Substrates, Transparent Conductors & Barriers for Flexible Electronics" with the presentation "Nanostructured transparent polymer for encapsulation solar cell and optical devices, and providing a major breakthrough in their properties".
This event addresses the exciting new progress of extracting energy from heat, light, motion, biology, RF and other means to power small devices to vehicles. This IDTechEx event, focusing on the uses, potential users and market forecasts as well as giving the latest technology trends, is the meeting place for users, investors, suppliers, developers, system integrators and government representatives.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present the recent achievements in technologies & designs for batteries and supercapacitors during the master class "Energy Storage: Batteries & Supercapacitors" on Tuesday, November 19, 2013, afternoon session - 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present during Lithium Battery Power Conference the company's achievements in the solid state Li-ion battery technologies:
Innovative Solid Inorganic Electrolyte, Binder Free Silicone/Graphite Anode: Breakthrough in Li-Ion Batteries Energy Increase, Safety Improvement, and Cost Reduction
Date: 2:30 PM, Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Novel vitreous high ionic conductivity solid inorganic electrolyte, which is stable up to 300°C, enables new design of lithium batteries, including micro- & macro-batteries, with safe charge/cycling, wide operating temperature range, and flexible formats. Enerize's solid electrolyte has high level of chemical stability in contact with electrode materials, and electrochemical stability in a wide range of working potentials (up to 5.0 Volts). High energy silicon - graphite composite anodes are fabricated via a proprietary method of gas detonation deposition, do not require a polymer binder because the method of anode fabricate ensures the high level of the adhesion between composition and current collector, and cohesion between the particles of silicon and graphite. As a result, anode has high level stability during cycling.
During the presentation Dr. Shembel will discuss: a) correlation between composition, structure and electrochemical properties of electrolyte and electrodes, and properties of Li-ion batteries, b) production methods and equipment for high rate deposition of thin layers of electrode materials and solid electrolytes with predetermined structural, morphological, and electrochemical properties. Synergetic effect of new materials, technologies and equipment for thin film deposition reduces costs, increases productivity of battery fabrication, and provides reliability and high performance of batteries. Areas of applications for Li-ion batteries with solid inorganic electrolyte include: oil & gas drilling companies, hot environments and/or high loads, e.g. vehicle running uphill, military, power tools, deep mining, aerospace, petrochemicals.
Enerize owns 3 US patents and 4 US patent applications in the area of the solid state batteries.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will be Chair of Forum 3: Clean Tech (Part I). 13:30-16:45, November 6, 2013 (Wednesday) Place: Lotus Hall No.1, 5th Floor, SZCEC. She will also present a speech "Nano Materials for High Energy Hybrid System: Li-ion Batteries and Solar Cells. Technology, Equipment for Production, and Non-Destructive Method of the Testing" during this session. http://www.bitconferences.com/icei2013/program.asp
Enerize developed nanostructure transparent polymer for encapsulation of solar PV (based on silicon and flexible non-silicon materials, such as CIGS), OLED, and other optical devices. Nanopolymer contains nano clusters, and micro-domains. This results in micro lenses, which increase the efficiency of the solar cells. Solid state Li-ion batteries are based on inorganic solid electrolyte, nanostructured binder-free Si-graphite anode, and binder-free spinel cathode. Solid electrolyte enables to use batteries up to +250°C. Areas of applications of solid state batteries include also oil & gas drilling, hot environment, vehicle running uphill, deep mining, and aerospace. Enerize owns 3 US patents and 5 US patent applications in the area of solar cells and Li-ion batteries.
The congress is intended to provide a platform for Leaders and Scientists around the world to discuss the hot issues of new energy industry. As an important part of the International Conference of Emerging Industry (ICEI-2013), the following topics of Clean Tech Forum will be discussed: Economic, Policy and Investment Market for Clean Technology, Green Chemistry and Materials, Carbon Capture, Clean Technology for Fossil Energy. Partnership Forum-2013 will bring along enormous benefits as well as openings for a broader pathway about information and experience between China and the rest of the world.
Organised by Applied Market Information Ltd. (AMI)
Polymers in Photovoltaics 2013 examines a wide range of topics on module manufacturing including the markets, materials, manufacturing equipment, innovative technology and certification worldwide. It provides a unique networking and sourcing opportunity for module manufacturers, solar power companies and suppliers to the industry.
The use of polymers in photovoltaics is continuing to expand as new entrants to the marketplace offer a new range of plastics and elastomeric material combinations for functions such as back sheet and encapsulant, adhesives and sealants, and front sheets. There are also completely revolutionary developments such as photovoltaics built-in to textiles for portable power, such as charging of batteries for military devices. The flexible PV options are also growing as the use of solar energy expands to new areas. Green energy supplies are bountiful and still much underutilised across Europe. There have been boom and bust cycles as this relatively new industry has built up to being a very significant power source. The state of the market will be reviewed at Polymers in Photovoltaics 2013, which provides a unique networking opportunity for module and other solar power appliance manufacturers to meet and examine the latest components, their testing and durability, alongside the critical factor of cost-effectiveness in the production process
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present company's achievements in nanostructured transparent polymer technology for encapsulation of different types of photovoltaic modules (including silicon based, flexible non silicon based, and organic and DSSC modules), organic light-emitting diodes (OLED), and other optical devices:
Enerize novel materials and technology is a breakthrough based on the patent pending nanostructured transparent polymer, which is flexible, durable, has high level of adhesion for various materials, provides high level of hermetic sealing (waterproof) and UV protection, and contains nanostructured clusters with sizes from 20 to 100 nanometers, and micro-domains from 15 to 120 microns. Such composition of nanostructured clusters and micro-domains, located in a certain order in the volume of the polymer, results in micro lensing which increases the concentration of light reaching the semiconductor layer. This novel nanostructured transparent polymer dramatically improves the performance of PV modules encapsulated with one layer of Enerize nanostructured transparent polymer as compared with PV modules laminated with glass or encapsulated with multilayer structure of other polymers.
Enerize single film nanostructured transparent polymer materials are coated directly on the surface of solar cells or modules, and do not need any additional lamination with glass or polymer layers to deliver durable encapsulation. This allows simplify the process of PV modules production and reduce their cost. Enerize has 3 patent applications in the area of nanostructured transparent polymer for encapsulation of PV modules and optical devices
Date: 16:40 Wednesday, May 17, 2013
Breakthroughs in new battery chemistries, novel electrode and electrolyte materials, system integration for a vast array of mobile, portable and stationary applications, from micro medical devices to high-energy/high-power automotive, have paved the roadmap for an emerging market with unlimited potential. Panel of leading experts in fields of battery materials, systems design and integration, manufacturing and commercial applications will look into emerging issues underlining this pivotal time in the battery industry.
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present company's achievements in materials, technologies, and equipment for deposition thin film electrodes and electrolytes for solid state Li-ion batteries:
Thin film flexible solid state Li-ion batteries based on proprietary inorganic solid electrolyte, high energy nanostructured binder-free Si-graphite anode, and binder-free spinel based cathode. Synergetic effect of technology and equipment for thin film deposition reduces costs, increases productivity of the battery fabrication, and provides reliability and high performance of batteries. Solid inorganic electrolyte enables to use batteries from minus 10°C and up to plus 250°C. Areas of applications with high benefits include oil & gas drilling, hot environment, vehicle running uphill, deep mining, aerospace. Enerize has 3 US patents and 3 US patent applications in the area of thin film solid state batteries.
Date: 10:15 AM, Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Network International Meeting
Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA 22202, USA
Dr. Elena Shembel, President & CEO of Enerize Corporation will present company`s breakthrough in technology for high efficiency solid state Li-ion batteries, which are based on proprietary composition of binder free silicon-graphite anode, nano structured high density / high conductivity LiMn2O4 spinel, and solid vitreous (glass) electrolyte in the oral presentation:
The developed equipment for manufacturing Li-ion thin film cells is ready for scaling-up including roll-to-roll mode.
Session: Energy Storage - Better Batteries
Date: 5:30 - 5:55 PM, November 7, 2012
Results of joint development of Enerize Corporation, Coral Springs, Florida; Advance Research Chemicals, Inc. Catoosa, OK; Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; and Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry / Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences will be presented in the oral presentation:
D Meshri (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), E. Shembel (Enerize Corporation), S. Meshri, N. C. Mathur, R. Adams (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), V. Redko (Enerize Corporation), I. Maksyuta, A. Markevich, L. Neduzko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), V. Mitkin and L. Levchenko (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Date: 10:20 AM, Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Location: Coral 5, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Li Battery Cathodes.
Dr. Shembel, CEO of Enerize Corporation, and Bo Varga, VP Marketing, will deliver the following presentations:
Oral Session: NanoFab: Nanomaterial-Optical Interactions
Nanostructured Materials for Thin Film Solid Li Batteries, Technology and Equipment for Fabrication and Testing
Thursday June 21, 2012; 11:50 Grand Bellroom C
Oral Session. TechConnect Start-Up Partnering: Energy Storage & Harvesting
High Performance, Low Cost, Solid State, Flexible Batteries
Thursday June 21, 2012; 4:30. Expo Theater 1
Poster Session. Energy Storage & Novel Generation
High Performance Solid State Battery Utilizing Solid Vitreous Electrolyte & Nano Materials for Electrodes
Tuesday June 19, 2012. 4:30 - 6:30. Expo Hall AB
Enerize will present achievements in high efficiency hybrid systems wich combine solid state Li-ion batteries and PV modules encapsulated with nanostructured transparent polymer.
The 2012 TechConnect National Innovation Showcase features the latest and most innovative technologies in cleantech, nanotech and microtech. Showcasing organizations will be displaying non-commercialized technologies and are actively looking for strategic and/or financial partners. Visit with leading university & federal tech transfer offices, start-up ventures, and professional services companies, which are providing solutions for FORTUNE 1000 companies and leading research organizations.
Wednesday, June 20th: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Thursday, June 21st: 10 am - 6 pm
Santa Clara Convention Center - Halls A&B
Enerize Corporation will present disruptive technology for high efficiency thin hybrid systems combining flexible solid state lithium battery and solar PV module encapsulated with nano structured transparent polymer technologies at the third annual ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit Showcase. Our leading-edge solid state battery technology and nano structured transparent polymer technology for solar PV, OLED, and display encapsulation are ready for commercialization.
This summit brings together key energy ecosystem players - large corporations, government officials, entrepreneurs, investors, and researchers - to work together for development and deployment of next generation energy technologies.
Dr. Elena Shembel, CEO, and Bo Varga, VP Marketing, will present flexible solid state lithium battery technology, with working temperature up to 150°C, together with flexible high efficiency solar PV module encapsulated with nano structured transparent polymer at Booth 946.
The key components of the Enerize solid state Lithium batteries are increased capacity high density cathode, increased energy anode based on silicon-graphite composition, and solid high conductive electrolyte. This battery with solid state inorganic electrolyte enables the safe use of Lithium metal as anode. The key component of Enerize solar PV modules is single film encapsulation that delivers higher absolute photon conversion efficiency versus encapsulation with glass and/or multilayer polymers.
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Dr. Elena Shembel, President and CEO, Enerize Corporation will be the Chair of the Session:
Track 7-1-14: How to Increase Solar Energy Conversion Efficiencies
08:30-12:10, October 21, 2011
Dr. Shembel will also deliver the following presentations:
Track 7-1-14: How to Increase Solar Energy Conversion Efficiencies
"Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials for Encapsulation of PV Modules, Replacing Glass, and Increasing PV Module Efficiency"
09:25-09:50, October 21, 2011
Part 8-1: Power & Storage
"Non-Destructive Methods and Equipment for Quality Control of Materials and Final Products During Production of Power Sources"
15:55-16:20, October 20, 2011
Dr. Elena Shembel, President and CEO, Enerize Corporation has been invited to deliver oral presentation "Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials with Multifunctional Properties for Encapsulation of PV Modules" at the PLASTICS IN PHOTOVOLTAICS 2011, the international technology and business conference on plastics, adhesives and elastomeric materials in solar modules, September 20-21, 2011, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
The presentation illustrates new Enerize achievements in the area of PV modules technology. The proprietary polymer material developed by Enerize for encapsulation improves the properties of PV modules. It has a high level of adhesion, stable under UV radiation and humidity, and can be used for encapsulation of different types of PV modules, including non-silicon thin film flexible modules. One layer of the Enerize polymer can replace multilayer structures, which are now used for lamination or encapsulation of PV modules.
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) delivers the following presentations:
Oral session "TechConnect IP Partnering: Solar Power"
TU5.165 Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials for Replacing Glass and Producing High Efficient PV Modules
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 3:50 - 4:00 pm, Room 301
Oral session "Energy Storage Technologies"
TH3.114 Thin Film Lithium Batteries. Nanomaterials for Electrodes and Solid Electrolytes. Nanotechnology and Equipment for their Fabrication
Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 11:30 am, Room 311
Poster session "Solar Power Technologies & Materials"
TU8.872 Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials for Encapsulation of Photovltaic Modules
Tuesday, June 14 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Expo Hall
Poster session "Energy Storage, Grid & Transportation Technologies"
TU8.917 Nano Structured Lithium Manganese Spinel with New Properties for Li-ion Battery
Tuesday, June 14 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Expo Hall
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) delivers oral presentation at the following symposium:
(O-3) New Polymer Materials Provide Major Breakthrough in Improving Performance of PV Modules, Batteries, and Fuel Cells
Monday, August 30, 2010 at 10:25 - 10:45
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) and Dr. Redko (CTO) deliver two oral presentations:
B1 - Battery / Energy Technology Joint General Session
A: Electrolytes for batteries
(281) Thin Film Batteries With Solid Electrolyte: Materials, Technologies, Properties.
Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 08:20 in Capri 103, 1st Floor
B2 - Battery Safety and Abuse Tolerance
Description and Characterization of Battery Hazards
(325) Nondestructive Methods and Devices for Testing Hidden Defects in Initial Materials, Semi- and Final Products during Production of Batteries and Other Power Sources.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 16:20 in Capri 106, 1st Floor
Energize Corporation delivers four presentations at the following symposiums:
Oral session: B7 # 735: Symposium B7 - Photovoltaics for the 21st century
New Design and Properties of the Photovoltaic Module with Transparent Polymer to
Replace Glass. View abstract
Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 09:10h in Room B631, Level 02 - Red
Oral session: J1 # 3122. Symposium J1 - Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session
Method and Automatic System for Non-Destructive Determination of Physical-Chemical Properties of═Powdered Materials. View abstract
Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 9:00 in Room B548, Level 02 - Red
Oral session: B1 # 265 Symposium B1 - Battery / Energy Technology Joint General Session
Non-Destructive Testing to Insure Quality and Reduce the Cost of Manufacturing for Batteries and Ultracapacitors. View abstract
Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 16:40h in Room J241 1/2, Level 01 - Green
Poster session: B5 # 662 Symposium B5 - Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries
Effect of Additives to Electrolyte and Electrodes for Increasing Efficiency Li-Ion Batteries.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 18:00h in Gallery, Level 01 - Green
Enerize Corporation delivers three presentations at the following symposiums:
Innovation at the Edges
A summit workshop which invites investors and entrepreneurs looking to develop breakthrough technologies. August 14, 2009.
Non-Destructive Methods for Evaluation Properties Materials and Devices in Renewable Energy
Invited Speaker: Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation).
Fabrication of Nanomaterials and Devices. August 12, 2009: Afternoon Session II 5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Lithium Manganese Spinel √ Well Known Material with New Properties
Invited Symposium Speakers: Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) and Dr. Redko (CTO).
Nano Technologies and Materials for Photovoltaics. Nanocrystalline Si, Transparent Polymer to Replace Glass and ITO
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation).
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) and Dr. Redko (CTO) deliver two presentations:
⌠New Breakthrough in Photovoltaic Module with Transparent Polymers to Replace Glass on May 06, 2009 from 10:30 AM -11:00 AM
⌠Thin Film Electrode and Solid Electrolyte for Li-Batteries, Materials, Technologies, Apparatus and Non-Destructive Methods of Testing on May 06, 2009 from 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM.
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) and Dr. Redko (CTO) deliver three presentations:
⌠Polymer Membrane Based On Non-Fluorinated Proton-Conducting Materials For High Temperature Fuel Cells" on Monday, June 2, 2008 from 10:10 AM -10:25 AM
"Optically Transparent Polymer Coatings and Encapsulating for PV Modules" on Tuesday, June 3, 2008 from 5:20 PM - 5:40 PM
⌠Non-destructive non-contact methods for testing properties of polymer membranes, polymer electrolytes and membrane electrode assembly on Wednesday, June 4, 2008 from 5:40 PM - 5:55 PM
Dr. Elena Shembel, CEO of Enerize Corporation, presents "Non-Fluorinated Proton-Conducting Materials for Fuel Cell Membrane and Electromagnetic Method of Conductivity Testing" on Friday, November 16 from 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM.
Dr. Shembel (CEO of Enerize Corporation) and Dr. Redko (CTO) deliver three presentations:
“Holographic Interferometry for Nondestructive Testing of Electrochemical Power Sources” on the symposium “Battery System Safety & Modeling” on Tuesday, October 09 from 4:40 PM – 5:00 PM
“Effect of Electrode Structure and Electrolyte Composition on Electrochemical Properties of LiMn2O4 Spinel Synthesized from MnO2” on the symposium “Cathodes IV (Metal Oxides)” on Tuesday, October 9 from 5:20 PM – 5:40 PM
“Thin Film Solid Inorganic Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries: Composition, Method of Deposition and Electrochemical Properties” on the symposium “Battery Electrolytes” on Wednesday, October 10 from 9:00 AM - 9:20 AM.
Visit Enerize Corporation Exhibition Booth A-17 where we will present our recent achievements in solar cells:
New polymer materials to increase efficiency and reduce costs of solar cells based on mono-crystalline, multi-crystalline, amorphous silicon, CIGS, and other types of solar cells.
Nano-crystalline silicon for high efficiency solar cells
High conductivity and low cost transparent conductive oxides stable under wide range of operating conditions.
Special nondestructive methods and devices for quality control at solar cell manufacturing process and ensuring high quality of the final products.
Dr. Elena Shembel, CEO of Enerize Corporation, presents “Non-Contact Electromagnetic Methods for Determining the Conductivity of Powdered Electrode Materials” on the symposium “Lithium Batteries (Cathodes)” on Wednesday, May 9 from 11:40 AM - 12:00 PM.
“High Energy Primary Batteries Based on MnO2 and CFx” on the symposium “Batteries, Solar Cells” on Thursday, May 10 from 9:00 AM - 9:20 AM. This presentation was prepared in collaboration with Advance Research Chemicals, Inc. (Catoosa, OK) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Richland, WA).
“Electrolytic Molybdenum Oxysulfides for Thin-Layer Lithium Power Source”, Dr. Elena Shembel et al, on Monday, April 23