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Tutorials & International Battery Modeling Workshop
Monday January 24, 2011

Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences

AABC 2011 - Tutorials & International Battery Modeling Workshop

Tutorial A
Large Lithium-Ion Battery Design Principles

Tutorial B
Introduction into Lithium Battery Materials

Tutorial C
Developing Grid-Ready Utility-Scale Battery Systems

International Battery Modeling Workshop

Workshop Session 1
Software Tools for Battery Modeling

Workshop Session 2
Application of Battery Modeling


Workshop Session 2:
Application of Battery Modeling

This session will focus on the application of battery modeling to problems ranging from thermal design to life estimation. Case studies will be presented to show how to address various problems in automotive battery design, or more generally, large battery and system design.

Robert SpotnitzPresented by:
Dr. Mark Verbrugge, Director, Chemical Sciences and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors

Mark Verbrugge is the Director of GM’s Chemical Sciences and Materials Systems Laboratory, which (1) maintains global research programs enabled by the disciplines or chemistry, physics, and materials science and (2) targets the advanced development of structural subsystems, energy storage devices, and various technologies associated with fuels, lubricants, and emissions.
Mark is a Board Member of the United States Automotive Materials Partnership and the United States Advanced Battery Consortium and an adjunct professor for the Department of Physics, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2009. He has published extensively on the topic of battery modeling, among others.

  1. From Atoms to Autos: Mathematical Modeling Across Length Scales for the Design and Integration of Traction Batteries
    Mark Verbrugge, Director, Chemical Sciences and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors Corporation
  2. Integrated Lithium-Ion Battery Model Encompassing Multi-Physics in Varied Scales
    Gi-Heon Kim, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  3. Model-Based Algorithms for Battery Management
    Greg Plett, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
  4. 3D Thermoelectrochemical Model of a Li-Ion Cell
    Jake Christensen, Principal Engineer, Research and Technology Center North America, Robert Bosch LLC