Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 56: Focus: Computational Methods for the Energy Transition: Paving the Road to Future Materials and Storage Systems - organized by Stephan Kramer and Jochen Zausch

Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 15:00–18:00, H14

15:00 CPP 56.1 Hauptvortrag: Microstructure resolved simulations and theory based modeling: Tools for exploring the inner life of a battery — •Arnulf Latz
15:30 CPP 56.2 Optimizing the performance of batteries using digital material engineering — •Ilona Glatt, Fabian Biebl, Christian Wagner, and Andreas Wiegmann
15:45 CPP 56.3 Hauptvortrag: Increasing the rate capability of thick graphite electrodes: Insights from MRI, NMR and porous electrode theory modelling — •Jamie Foster
16:15 CPP 56.4 Combining physical and network modeling for the simulation of lithium ion batteries — •Dion Wilde and Jochen Zausch
  16:30 15 min. break
16:45 CPP 56.5 Hauptvortrag: Numerical Simulation and Machine Learning in Virtual Materials Design — •Jan Hamaekers
17:15 CPP 56.6 Simulating Curved Graphene Supercapacitors — •Jannes Seebeck and Robert Meissner
17:30 CPP 56.7 Computational Analysis of Composition-Structure-Property-Relationships in NZP-type Materials for Li-Ion Batteries — •Daniel Mutter, Daniel F. Urban, and Christian Elsässer
17:45 CPP 56.8 The origin of unstable sodium graphite intercalation compoundsOlena Lenchuk and •Doreen Mollenhauer
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