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Battery Events and Workshops

Battery Power 2016 – August 3-4, 2016

Battery Power 2016 is an international conference highlighting the latest developments impacting mobile, stationary and EV battery systems including smart phones, tablets, medical devices, critical power systems, telecom and automotive applications.  Conference topics will include new battery designs, improving power management, predicting battery life, regulations and standards, safety and transportation, battery authentication, charging technology, emerging chemistries and market trends.
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The Battery Show – September 13 – 15, 2016

The Battery Show Exhibition & Conference is a showcase of advanced battery technology for electric & hybrid vehicles, utility & renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technology, military and telecommunications. 
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6th IATA Lithium Battery Workshop, October 11 – 12, 2016
Get the latest industry information on best ways to apply regulations for the transport of lithium batteries by air. This event is an excellent opportunity to network across the entire supply chain, bringing together representatives from lithium battery manufacturers, freight forwarders, ground handling agents, airlines, training schols and regulators.. 
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12th Annual Lithium Battery Power 2016, November 1 – 2, 2016
Breakthroughs in novel battery chemistries, novel electrode/electrolyte materials, high-capacity cathodes/anodes and system integration have delivered a vast array of automotive, portable and stationary applications. Significant innovation in research and engineering for energy storage technologies in lithium-ion batteries combined with significant achievements in safety and reliability have propelled this technology to the forefront of innovation.
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7th Annual Battery Safety 2016, November 3-4, 2016
Innovations continue to boost the energy storage capability of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). These innovations are also expanding applications, consumer use, transport and regulations. Higher energy and higher use lead to higher risk. Thus, the task of implementing effective safety strategies falls on regulatory authorities, cell manufacturers, R&D engineers and forensic scientists. Accurate tests and models are critical for predicting and controlling the complex electrochemical, thermal and mechanical behavior of lithium-ion batteries while regulations are required for safe transport. The Battery Safety 2016 conference continues this vital dialogue. 
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