Modval 2019 – 16th Symposium on Modeling and Experimental Validation of Electrochemical Energy Technologies

12. March, 8:00 to 13. March 2019, 17:00

Braunschweig, Germany

Symposium and Scope of ModVal 2019 – 16th Symposium on Modeling and Experimental Validation of Electrochemical Energy Technologies on March 12th & 13th, 2019

ModVal 2019 is the 16th event in a series of annual international Symposia on modeling and experimental validation of electrochemical energy technologies. 

The aim of the symposium is to present and discuss recent advances in science and technology that are related to the modelling and simulation of fuel cells, batteries and other electrochemical energy cells as well as to the respective experimental techniques for model validation. The symposium provides a forum for researchers in both academia and industry, promoting personal contacts and stimulating new collaborations.

Processes

• Molecular and surface processes
• Reactions and electrocatalysis
• Mass and heat transport
• System analysis
• Multi scale processes and interactions
• Material processing and production

Methodology

• Ab-initio modeling
• Continuum modeling, CFD, DEM, …
• In-situ chemical, electrochemical and microstructure characterization
• Ex-situ model experiments to retrieve relevant parameters
• Imaging and spectroscopic techniques

Application Areas

• State-of-the-art battery technologies
• Next-generation battery technologies
• Fuel cells and electrolyzers
• Other cells, e.g. flow cells and bioelectrochemical cells

Keynote Speakers of ModVal 2019

Prof. Martin Z. Bazant
Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA

Prof. Alejandro A. Franco
Laboratoire de Reactivite de Chimie des Solides, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France

Prof. Robert Schlögl
Department Heterogeneous Reactions, MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion, Germany

Prof. Vanessa C. Wood
Laboratory for Nanoelectronics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Dates and Deadlines of ModVal 2019

2018 October 1

Abstract submission and regristation sites open

2019 January 7

2019 January 10

Abstract submission deadline

Extended abstract submission deadline

2019 End of January

Notification of acceptance, preliminary program

2019 March 1

Online registration closes, final program

2019 March 12

ModVal 2019 starts

 

Fees of ModVal 2019

Symposium fee:
Regular: € 380, M.Sc./B.Sc. students: € 280 

Registration fee waivers:
Six registration fee waivers for M.Sc. students are available. Please indicate your interest for a registration fee waiver when submitting your abstract. Afterwards send your CV (pdf) and a recommendation letter (pdf) to info@modval-2019.de. If you are awarded a registration fee waiver you will be notified after the abstract review has been completed. 

Notes:
The fee includes:

  • Printed Program
  • Admission to both oral and poster sessions
  • Conference dinner
  • Optional city tour or visit of the Battery Labfactory Braunschweig (Note: limited seats available)
  • Refreshments during breaks
  • Lunches on Tuesday and Thursday


The accommodation is not included. 

Schedule:
The scientific program runs from morning of March 12th to the afternoon of March 13th.

Agenda (subject to alterations)

Day 1 (12th of March)

Arrival & registration
08:00 - 09:00

Welcome talk
09:00 - 09:15

Plenary talk 1 by A. A. Franco
Multiscale Modeling of Lithium Ion Battery Manufacturing: The ARTISTIC Project
09:15 - 10:00

Coffee break with snacks
10:00 - 10:30

Session A: Batteries

Session B: Electrochemical Energy Conversion

A1: Thermodynamics and Transport
10:30 - 12:10

B1: Redox Flow Batteries
10:30 - 12:10

1

T. Zhang

Phase-field simulation of the particle size and average concentration dependent miscibility gap in nanoparticles of  LixMn2O4, LixFePO4, and NaxFePO4

L. F. Arenas

Electrochemical and hydrodynamic modeling of cerium redox flow batteries as plug flow reactors in batch recirculation

2

M. Chandesris

Staging dynamic and high-order free energy models for intercalation compounds

E. Prumbohm

Observation and simulation of the flow distribution in a vanadium redox-flow battery

3

B. Horstmann

Designing Aqueous Neutral Electrolytes for Zinc-Air Batteries

S. Kim

Parametric study and flow rate optimization of all-vanadium redox flow batteries

4

R. Morasch

A critical analysis of impedance derived tortuosities – decoupling the influence of homogeneity, film resistance, And pore resistance on the impedance response of lithium-ion battery electrodes

A. Forner-Cuenca

Understanding the Impact of Electrode Microstructure on the Performance of Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries

5

W. Bessler

Importance of self-consistent thermodynamic, stoichiometric and structural parameters for lithium-ion battery models

C. Pino Munoz

Characterisation of a regenerative hydrogen-vanadium fuel cell using an experimentally validated unit cell model

Lunch
12:10 - 13:15

Plenary talk 2 by R. Schlögl
On the function of electro catalysts for the oxygen evolutive reaction
13:15 - 14:00

Session A: Batteries

Session B: Electrochemical Energy Conversion

A2: Surface Changes and Aging
14:05 - 15:45

B2: Fuel Cells 1
14:05 - 15:45

1

C. Schmidt

A computational framework for fully resolved three-dimensional electro-chemo-mechanical analysis of all-solid-state  Lithium-ion batteries comprising contact effects

A. Weber

Synergistic Modeling and PEFC Performance and Durability: Membrane Defects

2

A. Lamorgese

Capacity fade and impedance response as a function of cycle number for an LCO/graphite cell based on a  Thermoelectrochemical P2D aging model

D. Gerteisen

Modelling and validation of Potential-Induced Degradation in the Cathode Catalyst Layer of PEMFC

3

M. van den Borg

Multiscale modeling of  degradation processes on metallic lithium anodes using ReaxFF

R: Herrendörfer

Experimental parameter uncertainty in PEM fuel cell modeling

4

T. Schmitt

Zinc Electrode Shape Change in Alkaline Air Batteries: A Validated 2D Model

M. Striednig

Evaporative Cooling of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – Potentials and Limits

5

B. Protas

Incorporating Dendrite Growth into Continuum Models of Electrolytes: Insights from NMR Measurements and Inverse Modelling

S. van Rooij

A numerical multi-physics model of porous layers in fuel cells utilizing evaporative cooling

Poster session with coffee and snacks
15:45 - 17:30

Excursion to BLB/city tour
17:30 - 19:00

Conference Dinner
19:00 - 22:00

Day 2 (13th of March)

Plenary talk 3 by M. Z. Bazant
Control of Battery Phase Transformations by Electro-autocatalysis
08:30 - 09:15

Session A: Batteries

Session B: Electrochemical Energy Conversion

A3: Micro Structures
09:20 - 11:00

B3: Fuel Cells 2
09:20 - 11:00

1

C. Sangrós 

Mechanical and electrical characterization of lithium-ion battery electrodes via a discrete element method approach

U. Reimer

The open circuit voltage of polymer electrolyte fuel cells

2

J. Zausch

Investigations on spatial fluctuations in microscopic battery simulations and the role of the open-circuit potential

S. Brandon

Modeling alkaline membrane fuel cell performance stability

3

M. Kroll

Reconstruction–Simulation Approach Verifies Impedance-Derived Ion Transport Tortuosity of a Graphite Battery Electrode

D. Gryaznov

DFT+U Calculations of Protonic Defects in (Ba,Sr)FeO3-delta

4

F. Castelli

High performance simulations for phase segregation in three-dimensional electrode particles of lithium ion batteries

E. Effori

Reaction mechanisms of LSCF and LSCF-CGO electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells: effects of polarization, temperature and oxygen partial pressure

5

B.-X. Xu

Two-level modeling of Li-ion battery and its degradation

A. Bertei

Modelling and advanced quantification of inhomogeneous 3D current distribution in SOFC electrodes at the particle level

Coffee break with snacks
11:00 - 11:30

Session A: Batteries

Session B: Electrochemical Energy Conversion

A4: All Solid State Batteries
11:30 - 13:10

B4: General Session
11:30 - 13:10 

1

W. Cistjakov

Modeling of solid-state polymer batteries with different electrode structures

A. Heuer

Mechanistic understanding of ion transport in electrolytes: impact of momentum conservation and strong electric  Fields

2

M. Sadowski

First-Principles Modeling of Crystalline and Amorphous Lithium Thiophosphate Solid Electrolytes

F. Büchi

Pushing time resolution of X-ray tomographic imaging of liquid water in gas diffusion layers to 10 Hz 

3

A. Neumann

Investigating Limiting Processes for the Electrochemical Performance of Sulfidic All-Solid-State Batteries through a Multi-Scale-Approach

U. Nieken

Prediction of Electrolyte Distribution in Technical Gas Diffusion Electrodes: From Imaging to SPH Simulations

4

D. Langsdorf

What happens to a tilted solid electrolyte in a battery with sodium anode? A combined X-ray tomography and model-based study 

M. Röhe

Dynamic Analysis of Processes and States in Oxygen Depolarized Cathodes

5

G. Li

Modelling charge transport in solid electrolytes beyond single-ion conductors

T. D. Le

Multi-scale modeling of enzymatic Direct Electron Transfer at porous micro-electrodes

Lunch
13:10 - 14:10

Plenary talk 4 by V. C. Wood
From 3D Images to Battery Models:  Challenges and Opportunities
14:15 - 15:00

Session A: Batteries

Session B: Electrochemical Energy Conversion

A5: Production and System Level
15:05 - 16:45 

B5: Water Electrolysis
15:05 - 16:45

1

J. Sturm

Suitability of physicochemical models in microcontroller systems for monitoring of lithium-ion batteries

J. Brauns

Dynamic process modeling of an alkaline water electrolyzer

2

S: Schneider

A modeling framework to assess performance, costs and environmental impact of Li-ion and Na-ion batteries

C. Immerz

Local Current Density and Electrochemical Impedance Measurements within 50 cm Single-Channel PEM Electrolysis Cell

3

O. Schmidt

Modeling the Impact of Manufacturing Uncertainties on Lithium-Ion Batteries

G. Schmidt

Modeling Mass Transport Overpotentials Arising in Porous Transport Layers of PEM Water Electrolysis Cells

4

M. Steeb

Avoiding Thermal Hotspots in Automotive Battery Systems using a Multiscale Full Vehicle Model

P. Trinke

In search of the best Catalyst Layer – Application based Catalyst Design 

5

D. J. Becker

Simulation-assisted development of characteristic maps for the design of  thermal management of lithium-ion batteries  

E. Kemppainen

Mass flow: geometry and voltage losses in a PV-electrolyser

Closing words
16:45 - 17:00

 

 

Scientific Committee and Organization of ModVal 2019

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrike Krewer
Institute of Energy and Process Systems Engineering

Technische Universität Braunschweig

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade
Institute of Particle Technology

Technische Universität Braunschweig 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Richard Hanke-Rauschenbach
Institute of Electric Power Systems
Leibniz Universität Hannover

Contact
Institute of Energy and Process Systems Engineering,
TU Braunschweig
Franz-Liszt Strase 35
38106 Braunschweig
Germany
E-Mail:
info@modval-2019.de
Website:
www.modval-2019.de

Accomodation of ModVal 2019

Braunschweig Stadtmarketing has reserved blocks of rooms for the participants in different hotels.

Please book your room online or download the booking form.

 

Click on the map above to see where the venue and recommended hotels are located.

Sponsoring & Exhibition

 

 

  

 

  

 

  

   

 

 

 

 

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Background

The ModVal 2019 (www.modval-2019.de) is the 16th event of its kind. In addition to the modeling of electrochemical energy systems from molecular dynamics to 3D simulation, experimental validation methods are the core of the event. The focus is on processes in batteries, fuel cells and electrolysis cells.

Program content

• Approximately 40 lectures from science and industry
• 4 Keynotes of leading scientists and developers
• Poster session
• BLB tour
• Conference dinner

Sponsorship offer

• Logo on conference homepage, flyer and slides in the lecture hall during breaks
• ¼ page in the program (DIN A4)
• Sponsoring fee: 1000 €

Exhibition offer (The number of exhibitors is limited due to space)

• Logo on conference homepage, flyer and slides in the lecture hall during breaks
• ¼ page in the program (DIN A4)
• Roll up and bar table in the foyer of the conference (We are happy to consider your wishes and ideas regarding the stand equipment.)
• Free registration for one participant

Here you can download the sponsoring & exhibition flyer.

 

IEA meeting

International Energy Agency Technology Collaboration Programme for Advanced Fuel Cells, Modelling Annex (Annex 37)

Meeting: Vienna House Easy Braunschweig | Salzdahlumer Strasse 137 | DE – 38126 Braunschweig, 14 March 2018, 9:00-14:00.

The synthesis of well-written open-source CFD software has stimulated activities in electrochemical applications by members. The IEA Modelling Annex, https://www.ieafuelcell.com/, coordinates the activities and developments of the group, fostering communication, in an aligned manner. Present activities are focused on continuum-level models and codes, which must be open-source and cost-free. The Annex provides a platform for joint development, and exchange of ideas. An important related activity is validation and verification, such as ‘round-robin’ tests. All delegates to ModVal 2019 are invited to attend this post-conference meeting as guests.

For further information contact: Prof. Steven Beale: s.beale@fz-juelich.de.

 

We are looking forward to your registration until March 1st, 2019

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