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ECCAP Symposium
Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application
Tuesday, February 4 to Wednesday, February 5, 2014

AABC 2014 - ECCAP Symposium: Large EC Capacitor Technology and Application

Katsuhiko Naoi

Session 1: Advances in EC Capacitor Materials and Cell Design

Session Chairman:

Katsuhiko Naoi, Professor of Chemistry, Institute of Symbiotic Science & Technology, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology

Prof. Katsuhiko Naoi is a professor of chemistry at the Institute of Symbiotic Science & Technology at Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology (TAT). He also serves as a CTO of K&W Inc., a TAT venture company dealing with "Energy Solutions for the Future." With a Ph.D. from Waseda University, Tokyo, his research interests are advanced supercapacitors, future nanobatteries, and energy, environmental, and materials science.

John R. Miller

Session 2: New EC Capacitor Products and Business Development

Session Chairman:

John R. Miller, President, JME, Inc.

Dr. John R. Miller is President of JME, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in ultracapacitor development, testing, and application. John is a well-known expert in ultracapacitor technology with 25 years of experience in the industry. In the past five years, prior to joining the AABC team, he has chaired the Advanced Capacitor World Summit.

Oliver Gross

Session 3: EC Capacitor Storage System Application

Session Chairman:

Oliver Gross, Energy Storage Systems Specialist, Chrysler LLC

Oliver Gross is an Energy Storage Systems Specialist, at Chrysler Group, LLC, where he is responsible for the Battery systems technology roadmap and architecture for the Chrysler and Fiat Groups.  Oliver Chairs the SAE Battery Task Force work group, responsible for the development of capacitive energy storage device Standards.  He is also a member of the United States Advanced Battery Consortium Technical Advisory Committee, and chairs the committee on Stop Start and 48V Hybrid batteries.  Oliver has over 20 years’ experience in the electrochemical energy storage fields.  He holds both a BS and a Master’s Degree in Materials Science, for the University of Toronto.  Oliver has 20 years’ experience in the advanced energy storage industry.  He currently holds over 10 patents, and more than 20 publications.