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The National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) in collaboration with the Queen Mary University of London, Material Research Society Indonesia (MRS-INA), and International Union of Material Research Societies (IUMRS) will organize “The International Conference on Battery for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles (ICB-REV) 2021” that will be conducted online on June, 22 - 24 2021. This conference is a part of the implementation of the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) 2020-2021. The theme of this conference is "Innovation in advanced battery technology for e-mobility and sustainable clean energy."

The purpose of the ICB-REV 2021 is to gather all the experts and practitioners on battery technology from all over the world to present their recent works and share their knowledge to all attendences. This conference is also expected to open international networking in the fields of energy storage. It is expected that this conference will bring together all of researchers, academicians, industries, and government to transfer information on interdisciplinary platform. This event will invite the honorable Nobel prize winner on lithium-ion battery 2019.

We sincerely look forward to meet you in the conference.

Indonesia, 19 April 2021

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Evvy Kartini
Chief of the Organizing Comittee


Advanced battery technology from raw materials to cell fabrication

Advanced battery technology from raw materials to cell fabrication

Energy storage for renewable energy (solar, wind, biomass, etc)

Battery electric vehicles, battery swap, and charging station

Other related topics (policy, regulation, standardization, industry, etc)

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22 - 24
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Prof. John B. Goodenough

Prof. John B. Goodenough is an American physicist who won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on developing lithium-ion batteries. Goodenough became a professor at the University of Texas at Austin in 1986 in the departments of mechanical engineering and electrical and computer engineering. He has been honoured with the National Medal of Science (2011), the Charles Stark Draper Prize (2014), and the Copley Medal (2019). He wrote Magnetism and the Chemical Bond (1963), SolidOxide Fuel Cell Technology: Principles, Performance and Operations (2009, with Kevin Huang), and an autobiography, Witness to Grace (2008)

Prof. Ying Shirley Meng

Prof. Ying Shirley Meng is a materials scientist and professor of the department of Nanoengineering and the Materials Science Program at University of California, San Diego. She currently holds the Zable Endowed Chair Professor in Energy Technologies. She is also the founding Director of Sustainable Power and Energy Center. She achieved several prestigious awards including International Battery Association IBA Research Award in 2019 and Chancellor’s Associates Faculty Research Excellence Award 2019

Prof. Jun Liu

Prof. Jun Liu is a Battelle Fellow at PNNL, holds a joint appointment with the University of Washington as the Campbell Chair Professor, and also serves as the Director for the Battery500 Consortium, a large DOE multi-institute program supported by DOE to develop future energy storage technologies. Prof. Liu has more than 450 peer reviewed publications, has received more than 60 U.S. patents. He has been a Highly Cited Researcher in the world in the fields of chemistry and materials sciences since 2014. He was named a Distinguished Inventor of Battelle in 2007, and was selected as PNNL's Inventor of the Year in 2012 and 2016. He has received the Electrochemical Society Battery Division Technology Award, the DOE EERE Exceptional Achievement Award, and PNNL Lifetime Achievement Award

Prof. Laurence Hardwick

Prof. Laurence Hardwick is Professor of Electrochemistry and Director of the Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy within the Department of Chemistry at the University of Liverpool. He received his Mchem in Chemistry in 2003 from the University of Southampton and PhD in Chemistry from ETH-Zurich in 2006. Before joining Liverpool in 2011, he spent his postdoctoral time working at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and at the University of St Andrews Investigating Li-ion battery electrode degradation mechanism, lithium diffusion pathways through carbon and the chemical and electrochemical process in Li-air cells. His recent work has focused on the development of advanced in situ electrochemical surface enhanced infrared and Raman methodologies that examine electrochemical reaction mechanisms on variety of electrodes interfaces which assist in our understanding on the function of metal-air and li-ion batteries

Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko

Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko is an Indonesian scientist and public official specializing in theoretical and particle physics. He formerly served as the deputy head of science and technology for the Indonesian Institute of Sciences from 2014 to 2018. And he became Chairman of the institute start from 2018. He appointed as the second (but first independent) holder of Head of National Research and Innovation Agency.

Yi Ke, Ph.D.

Yi Ke, Ph.D. is a material science Ph.D. and strategic consultant in energy. She lead the energy storage program at New Energy Nexus (previously known as California Clean Energy Fund). They aim to support diverse entrepreneurs to drive innovation in the energy storage and battery sector with funds, accelerators, and networks. Projects under their energy storage program include CalCharge, EV and Battery Challenge (with LG Chem, Hyundai Motor, and Kia Motor), LG Chem Battery Challenge, Bay Area Battery Summit. While working at Rocky Mountain Institute, She provided strategy consulting service to government and utilities, on topics from long-term energy system planning to short-term power market designto create clean, prosperous, and secure low-carbon energy future for all. Her works were used as a reference to the US-China Joint Presidential Statement on Climate Change in 2015 by the White House and China’s 13th Five Year Plan by NDRC

Prof. Tim White

Prof. Tim White is the president’s Chair in Materials Science & Engineering and Associate Vice President (Infrastructure & Programmes) in the President’s Office at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has over 40 years research experience at national laboratories and universities in Australia and Singapore in materials science and engineering, minerals processing, nuclear waste treatment and environmental management. These appointments included group leader at The Australian Atomic Energy Commission and Multiplex Professor of Environmental Technology. Prof. Tim White has thirty years of experience in the design and demonsration of advanced materials for environmental, superconducting, ionic conductivity and hydrogen storage applications. His particular interests lie in tailoring cermaics at the atomic scale to develop or enhance particular properties. Theses studies have been supported and facilitated through the use of advanced characterization methods, including atomic resolution electron microscopy, crystal refinement using X-ray and neutron diffraction, and synchrotron-based surface analysis for the investigation of chemical states and molecular environments

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