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Electrochemical Power Sources 2003 - Agenda

TIMES
Monday, July 21
0900
Registration
1300
Opening Remarks
Overviews
1315
Navy
Mr. Dave Sudduth, NSWC, Carderock Division
Dr. Patricia Smith, NSWC , Carderock Division
Mr. James Gucinski, NSWC, Crane Division
Mr. Eric Dow, NUWC
1515
Break
1530
Army
Dr. Robert Hamlen, CECOM
Dr. Sol Gilman, ARL
1630
Air Force
Dr. John Erbacker
1700
NASA
Michelle A. Manzo, NASA Glenn Research Center
1730
Adjourn
1830-1930
Reception

 

TIMES
Tuesday, July 22
0800
Registration
0855
Opening Remarks
0900
Zinc-Air / Lithium Ion Hybrid Power Source for the Objective Force
Terrill B. Atwater, Louis P. Jarvis, and Peter J. Cygan
US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
0930
Composite Anodes for use in Li-Ion Batteries
Jeff Wolfenstine
Army Research Laboratory AMSRL-SE-DC
1000
Break
1015
Evaluation of Battery Separator Membranes for Primary Lithium Systems
Marc P. Roberts
US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
1045
Structure and Electrochemical Investigation of Nanophase Vanadium Pentoxide Cathodes
Azzam Mansour
NSWC, Carderock Division
1115
Advanced High Capacity Materials for Low Cost, Lightweight Rechargeable Lithium Batteries
Dr. John Miller and James Chew

T/J Technologies
1145
Lunch
1315
Evaluation of Battery Separator Membranes for Alkaline Systems
Marc P. Roberts
US Army Communications Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
1345
Self-Assembled Surfaces to Improve the Electrode-Electrolyte
Interface by Surface Wetting

Dr. Scott D. Reeves, Mr. R. Scott Morris, and Dr. Brian G. Dixon
Phoenix Innovations, Inc.
Dr. Joseph Fellner
USAF AFRL/PRPS
1415
Break
1430
Advanced Materials for Battery Applications at Physical Sciences Inc.
Dr. Kevin White, John Lennhoff, Edward Salley, Quinn Horn, Susan Pasco-Gardner, and Ana Racovaneu
Physical Sciences Inc.
1500
Large Lithium Polymer Battery Development as Alternative Energy Sources
HongPeng Wang
SpectraPower, Inc
1530
Low Temperature Behavior Phenomenon of 1M LiPF61EC:1DMC Electrolyte
Laura M. Cristo and Terrill B. Atwater
US Army Communications Electronics Research,Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
1600
Chemical Physics Approach to Modeling Advanced Battery Electrolytes
Dr. Kevin L. Gering
Idaho National Engineering & Environmental Laboratory
1630
Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Extruded SPE
Marty Hoenigmann and Greg Gard
Pliant Corporation
Mark Salomon, Hsiu-Ping Lin, and Michael Gusenko
MaxPower, Inc.
1700
Advances in High Power Bipolar Metal Hydride Batteries
Michael D. Eskra, Paula K. Ralston and Robert F. Plivelich
Electro Energy, Inc.
1730
Adjourn

 

TIMES
Wednesday, July 23
0800
Registration
0855
Opening Remarks
0900
Li-Ion Microbattery Development for Naval and DoD Applicatins
Aimee E. Curtright, Ryan C. Wartena, Arnold M. Stux and Karen E. Swider-Lyons
NRL
0930
Life Cycle Comparisons of Alkaline Four-Cell Packs vs. Fighter Aircraft Requirements
John K. Erbacher and Gary J. Loeber, USAF
AFRL/PRPS
Cameron A. Riepenhoff
Wyle Laboratories Tech. Support Services
1000
Break
1015
BA-8180/U Zinc-Air Battery Characterization
Terrill B. Atwater
US Army Communications Electronics Research,Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC)
1045
TruCharge-A Novel Battery Analyzer/Charger
Harmohan Singh
Honeywell Def & SP Elec Sys
Dr. Thrimulai Palanisamy

Honeywell Corporate Tech Ctr.
1115
Composite Electrolytes for Fuel Cell Systems
Thomas L. Reitz and Stanley J. Rodrigues
USAF AFRL/PRPS
1145
Lunch
1315
Innovative Approaches for Practical Fuel Cells and Innovative Applications for Fuel Cell Technology
Devon Renock and James Chew
T/J Technologies
1345
PEM Hydrogen-Oxygen Regenerative Fuel Cell at NASA Glenn Research Center
David Bents
NASA Glenn Research Center
1415
Break
1430
US Navy Shipboard Fuel Cell Program
Mark Cervi and Don Hoffman
NSWC Philadelphia
1500
Micro-Fabricated Methanol/Water Reformers for Small PEM Fuel Cell Systems
HongPeng Wang
SpectraPower, Inc
1530
Investigations Of A Li-H2O2 Semi-Fuel Cell As An Energy Source For The Propulsion Of Undersea Vehicles
Charles J. Patrissi and Eric G. Dow
NUWC
1600
Plasma-sprayed Electrodes for Thermal Batteries
Sam Stuart
NSWC Crane Division
1700
Kinetic Rate Determination by Microcalorimetry of Storage-Induced Degradation Reactions in Thermal Batteries
Sam Stuart
NSWC Crane Division
1730
Adjourn

 

TIMES
Thursday, July 24
0800
Registration
0855
Opening Remarks
0900
Thermal Battery Testing
David J. Sawayda and Joseph R. Garni
Sandia National Laboratories
0930
FreedomCAR Program Evaluates Electrochemical Capacitors
Dr. Randy B. Wright, Dr. Chester G. Motloch, and Mr. Timothy C.Murphy
Idaho National Engineering & Environmental Laboratory
1000
Mesoporous and Nanocrystalline Electrodes for Asymmetric Supercapacitors
Dr. Rambabu Bobba and V. Subramanian
Department of Physics, Southern University and A&M College
Dr. Patricia H. Smith
NSWC, Carderock Division
1030
Break
1100
Update on the Navy Lithium Battery Safety Program
Julie Banner
NSWC, Carderock Division
1130
Munitions Power Sources Science and Technology Plan
Felix Cruz and Allan Goldberg
Army Research Laboratory AMSRL-SE-DC
1200
Lunch
1300
Status of Tri-Service Weapons Battery Study
Jim Gucinski
NSWC Crane Division
1330
A Survey of Available Underwater Electric Propulsion technologies and Implications for Platform System Safety
Winchester, Justin Govar, Julie Banner, Tracey Squires and Patricia Smith
NSWC, Carderock Division
1400
The Interagency Advanced Power Group (IAPG)
Allan Goldberg
Army Research Laboratory
1430
Adjourn