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 Southwest Research InstituteGarrett AndersonPrincipal Engineer Non-Profit Other Energy Technologies [8/15 10:54 AM] Anderson, Garrett L.

One of my tasks from last week was to get us on the Teaming list. The description below is what I would like to put in for our team description. Could you all please provide feedback today so that I can get us added to the list? Are there any missing capabilities that should be added? Is there anything unique we have done on IR that should be added here? I looked through the last 3 or 4 years of IR projects and did not see anything.







The SwRI Energy Storage Technology Center integrates multidisciplinary expertise in automotive, electrical, chemical and mechanical engineering. We are researching ways to improve storage for battery systems such as lithium ion, advanced lead acid, flow batteries, ultra-capacitors and battery management systems.

We have design and testing service. Our experience includes module and pack design, development, and validation of packs for large off-highway equipment. Our testing services include mechanical, environmental, and electrical testing services.

Mechanical testing

Ballistics
Crush
Nail penetration
Vibration
Shock
Drop
Impact
Rotation
Environmental testing

Extreme environmental conditions: –70°C to +175°C
Altitude simulation up to 32,000 m
Fire resistance and flammability
Corrosive atmospheres such as salt fog and dust
Electrical testing ◦

External short circuit ◦
Overcharge and overdischarge up to 1200 V and 1333 amps

We are looking to partner with a team that has experience with new battery chemistries and cell development.
Website: http://www.swri.org

Email: garrett.anderson@swri.org

Phone: 2105223137

Address: 6220 Culebra Ave, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 UT ArlingtonMichael BozlarAssistant Professor Academic Other Energy Technologies 1. Background
The Bozlar Nanoscience Lab is a multidisciplinary materials science research group within the Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and affiliated with the Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering at UT Arlington.
Our research is concentrated in the area of nanomaterials synthesis, characterization, and applications. In particular, my expertise and interests lie in the areas of rechargeable batteries with different chemistries (Liquid electrolyte Li-ion; Solid-state Li; Zinc-air).

2. Interest and Capabilities
I have previously worked on ARPA-e funded multi-university research project dedicated to the development of new generations of anode and cathode materials in Li-ion cell for portable electronics. I have extensive experience in the full design of all components of Li-ion batteries in liquid electrolyte systems (LFP; LCO; NCM, etc). I have broad experience in conducting analytical studies to understand working principle of batteries and especiallly electrode degradation mechanisms.

Keywords: nanomaterials; graphene; metal-organic frameworks; synthesis and characterization; rechargeable batteries; polymer; mechanical properties; electrical and thermal transport; additive manufacturing.
Website: https://bozlarlab.uta.edu/

Email: bozlar@uta.edu

Phone: 817-272-9424

Address: 500 UTA Blvd, Arlington, TX, 76010, United States
TX
 PIDCBing TanResearch Scientist Small Business Other Energy Technologies PIDC is a materials manufacturing company and produces metal oxides with various compositions from the lab scale to pilot scale to full production scale. We have a few battery materials projects undergoing and we have the capability in making and testing coin cells and pouch cells. we are interested in partnering with any team that could benefit both sides for SBIR projects.
Website: www.pidc.com

Email: jlachapelle@pidc.com

Phone: 7349309292 ext 208

Address: 4788 Runway Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, 48108, United States
MI
 Sandia National LaboratoriesLoraine Torres-Castro, Alex BatesStaff Research Scientist Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Transportation Sandia National Laboratories’ (SNL) Battery Abuse Testing Laboratory (BATLab) covers all aspects of safety science including materials R&D evaluation, coin cell through multi-layer pack failure analysis, simulations and modeling from thermodynamics to rack scale, and development of procedures, policies, and best practices. The BATLab umbrella includes the DOE OE Safety Thrust that pulls folks from a range of disciplines within SNL. Within this collaboration, we have developed a thermodynamic model for solid-state batteries and Li-metal anodes.

SNL is uniquely positioned to study the entire life cycle of advanced energy storage technologies.
1. Evaluation of energy storage technologies starting at a materials R&D level through testing of deployable devices, modeling at the cell level up to full systems, and procedure and policy development.
2. Materials characterization tools to delineate failure mechanisms, along with expertise in most cutting-edge energy storage technologies.
3. Extensive experience in developing FMEA (failure mode effects analysis) and FTA (fault tree analysis).
4. Over 20 years of experience in safety profiling of energy storage technologies through a variety of techniques including calorimetry and induced abusive scenarios. In addition, the BATLab has the ability and experience to design experiments that will pinpoint any desired learning.
Website: https://energy.sandia.gov/programs/energy-storage/safety-and-reliability/

Email: ambates@sandia.gov

Phone: (505) 269-3480

Address: Sandia National Laboratories, PO Box 5800, Albuquerque, NM, 87123, United States
NM
 Sandia National LaboratoriesLoraine Torres-Castro, Alex BatesBattery Safety Scientist Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Transportation Sandia National Laboratories’ (SNL) Battery Abuse Testing Laboratory (BATLab) covers all aspects of safety science including materials R&D evaluation, coin cell through multi-layer pack failure analysis, simulations and modeling from thermodynamics to rack scale, and development of procedures, policies, and best practices. The BATLab umbrella includes the DOE OE Safety Thrust that pulls folks from a range of disciplines within SNL. Within this collaboration, we have developed a thermodynamic model for solid-state batteries and Li-metal anodes.

SNL is uniquely positioned to study the entire life cycle of advanced energy storage technologies.
1. Evaluation of energy storage technologies starting at a materials R&D level through testing of deployable devices, modeling at the cell level up to full systems, and procedure and policy development.
2. Materials characterization tools to delineate failure mechanisms, along with expertise in most cutting-edge energy storage technologies.
3. Extensive experience in developing FMEA (failure mode effects analysis) and FTA (fault tree analysis).
4. Over 20 years of experience in safety profiling of energy storage technologies through a variety of techniques including calorimetry and induced abusive scenarios. In addition, the BATLab has the ability and experience to design experiments that will pinpoint any desired learning.

Loraine Torres-Castro: ltorre@sandia.gov, (505) 377-5492
Alex Bates: ambates@sandia.gov, (505) 269-3480
Website: https://energy.sandia.gov/programs/energy-storage/safety-and-reliability/

Email: ambates@sandia.gov

Phone: (505) 269-3480

Address: Sandia National Laboratories, Mail Stop 0614, PO Box 5800, Albuquerque, NM, 87185, United States
NM
 QuanVerge Inc.Dr Stephen R ClarkeFounder and CEO Small Business Other Energy Technologies QuanVerge develops, supplies and licenses it Ebonex(R) range of chemically inert and eclectically conductive electrode materials. Ebonex(R) has previously shown promise as the basis for a reversible, long duration air electrode for Metal Air Batteries. Previous versions of Ebonex(R) were limited by a modest specific surface area, which impacted reaction kinetcs and required higher catalyst loadings. We are now solving this limitation with novel versions which deliver exceptional specific surface area, to deliver high reaction kinetics.

Separately, QV is developing a novel reversible Zinc-Air chemistry which uses a safe organic acid electrolyte, which has delivered >10,000 cycles in a closely related application. This novel chemistry is free of dendrite formation and repels atmospheric CO2 absorption, and delivers a higher OCV and power density than is possible with conventional alkaline electrolytes.
Website: www.quanverge.com

Email: steve@quanverge.com

Phone: 9256 399 399

Address: 9190 Double Diamond Pkwy, Suite 151, Reno, NV, 89521, United States
NV
 University of MichiganGokcin CinarAssistant Professor Academic Transportation With over a decade of research experience in aerospace system design and optimization, I specialize in electrified aircraft technologies and sustainable aviation concepts. During this time, I've been involved in or led numerous projects focused on the design, integration, and optimization of electrified and hydrogen-powered aircraft systems.

Capabilities and Expertise:

- Aircraft Design and Sizing: Expertise in sizing and designing aircraft and flight mission profiles for specific propulsion system technologies and energy source properties to optimize system-level performance.

- System-Level Analysis and Optimization: Evaluation of any technology at the system level based on various key performance parameters, including required energy, fuel burn, CO2 emissions, weights, and aircraft performance in flight.

- Performance and Sizing Analyses: Comprehensive analyses of hybrid/electrified propulsion systems, including simulations under varying conditions, sensitivity analyses, and trade studies to identify optimal design parameters.

- Technology Infusion and Integration: Technology infusion and integration at the system (aircraft) level, including their impact on key performance parameters like weight, drag, and power offtake. Interest lies in optimizing the energy and power management strategy during aircraft design to maximize benefits.

- Computational Models: Utilization of existing computational models that incorporate both physics-based and data-driven approaches for system design and optimization.

- Risk Assessments: Conducting probabilistic design and risk assessments to ensure robust system performance.

- Fleet-Level Analysis: Conducting fleet-level analyses to evaluate the environmental and operational impacts of electrification strategies.

I'm interested in partnering with technologists developing innovative energy storage and propulsion solutions. I can provide system-level assessments to optimize the integration and performance of these technologies within the overall vehicle system.
Website: https://www.gokcincinar.com/

Email: cinar@umich.edu

Phone: 7347643394

Address: François-Xavier Bagnoud Building, 1320 Beal Avenue, Office 3057, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, United States
MI
 Wright ElectricColin TschidaHead of Powertrain Small Business Transportation Wright Electric is developing electric propulsion technologies to eliminate carbon emissions in single-aisle class aircraft. A major component of any electric vehicle architecture is the energy storage system (ESS). Wright is developing an ESS to support their megawatt-class electric propulsion system.

Wright is investigating high specific energy chemistries, beginning with Aluminum-air chemistries through work done in our lab and with our partners. Wright’s work is separated into development of optimized chemistries as well as mechanical packaging of cells into packs tailored for aerospace application. In addition, Wright is partnering to investigate other chemistries which may offer additional power performance.

Wright's development of aluminum air batteries is focused on two major fronts, minimizing parasitic reactions and improving packaging. Inhibiting the parasitic side reactions, a known issue with AL-air batteries, is top priority. To do this, Wright staff is developing an automated screening system to characterize electrolytes quickly and cost effectively. Additionally, several novel non aqueous electrolytes and catalysts have been created and are undergoing testing with partners. The other front of mechanical packaging involved the design and testing of multiple cell architectures. Wright quickly iterated through multiple cell layouts and novel packaging arrangements to reduce non-active mass.

In order to address some limitations with Aluminum-air chemistries, Wright and its partners are currently developing plans to investigate other chemistries which leverage the team's expertise. Efficient chemistries and innovative pack designs will enable Wright’s Al-air battery packs ESS to reach new heights.

Wright currently has a battery lab within the company's Malta NY laboratory. That lab is currently undergoing an expansion to further improve the company's ability to develop and explore battery technologies.
Website: https://www.weflywright.com/

Email: colin.tschida@weflywright.com

Phone: 9193386695

Address: 107 Hermes Rd, Suite 125, Malta, NY, 12020, United States
NY
 GENERAL ELECTRICMuqing RenChemist Large Business Other Energy Technologies GE is a world-leading provider of jet engines, components, and integrated systems for commercial and military aircraft. GE has been making significant progress in hybrid-electric flight, high power vehicle systems, and electric propulsion systems.
We are interested in identifying and developing long term energy technologies to keep the world flying while reducing carbon emissions, e.g., high energy/power technologies than enable safer, sustainable air travel.
Our team is comprised of world-class team of scientific, engineering and marketing minds working at the intersection of physics, chemistry and markets, physical and digital technologies, and across a broad set of industries. Our capabilities include materials & mechanical systems design, thermosciences, controls & optimization, electrical systems, manufacturing.
Website: https://www.ge.com/research/

Email: muqing.ren@ge.com

Phone: 5189031975

Address: 1 Research Circle, Niskayuna, NY, 12309, United States
NY
 JuliaHub Inc.Ranjan AnantharamanSales Engineer Small Business Other Energy Technologies Background & Capabilities: JuliaHub, a recipient of ARPA-E program DIFFERENTIATE, has developed JuliaSim Batteries to accelerate battery design. JuliaSim Batteries is an advanced lithium-ion battery simulation tool integrating sophisticated electrochemical, thermal, and degradation physics. Utilizing the Doyle Fuller Newman (DFN) model, it can predict a battery's entire lifetime with fast charging 150,000 times faster than real time. The number of connected batteries is scalable from one cell to packs of thousands using electrochemical models. Scientific Machine Learning (SciML) enables the discovery of hidden governing laws from data, such as degradation and low-temperature behavior. Characterize material properties and propose battery designs using the parameter estimation and optimization tools in JuliaSim.

Product documentation: https://help.juliahub.com/batteries/dev/
A description is available in this webinar:https://juliahub.com/company/resources/webinar/modeling-battery-lifespan/

Interest: Using JuliaSim Batteries for development of High Energy Density Storage Systems.
Website: https://juliahub.com

Email: ranjan.anantharaman@juliahub.com

Phone: 6177100737

Address: 177 Huntington Ave,, Ste 1703 PMB 91487, Boston, MA, 02115-3153, United States
MA
 AlumaPower CorporationDouglas HagedornBusiness Development - Gov/Defense Small Business Power Generation: Renewable AlumaPower’s breakthrough technology re-invents the aluminum-air battery as an Aluminum-Fueled Generator – a long-duration refuelable power supply that runs on affordable and abundant scrap Aluminum. Its zero-emission operation produces around 4 times the energy density of lithium-ion batteries.

As we advance our R&D and commercialize, our lightweight, energy-dense and inert/aviation-safe solution will be an ideal substitute for hydrocarbon-based power and nickel-metal hydride batteries. It will also extend the range of lithium-ion for many applications.

We partner with market leading B2B companies and researchers seeking to bring environmentally superior products to markets including powered-in-transit logistics, integrated platform power and propulsion, EV charging, and primary/backup facility power.

AlumaPower has footprints in Canada and the United States and has partnered with major clean tech, manufacturing and research OEMs/instituions.
Website: www.alumapower.com

Email: dough@alumapower.com

Phone: 403-998-1565

Address: 235 Henry Drive, Sarnia, Ontario, N7T 75H, Canada
Ontario
 American Bureau of ShippingDomenic CarlucciVice President, Global Government Services Non-Profit Other Energy Technologies ABS is the not-for-profit marine classification, standards, and technology organization for the U.S. ABS has over 3,000 engineers, scientists, and marine surveyors with global expertise in the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of all types of marine assets. ABS R&D activities include internal programs and external projects (with government agencies, academia, professional/industry organizations, and industry).

ABS research portfolio elements of interest include: hydrodynamics and computational fluid dynamics; naval architecture and marine engineering; machinery, control systems, and automation; materials for the marine environment; advanced manufacturing; ship electrification; green port; and sustainability/alternative energy for marine assets.

ABS has the following capabilities:
• Advanced engineering analysis representing the entire maritime lifecycle and supply chain, focused on regionally specific operations, duty cycles, and vessel inventories to develop validated transportation propulsion models, accurate estimates of GHG emissions, and energy consumption and costs for each transport mode

• Novel concept and new technology qualification reviews against industry and professional standards

• Independent validation/verification of technology through test and evaluation support

• Development of industry standards, guides, and guidance notes on best practices for implementation of marine energy technologies (e.g., implementation feasibility assessments, suitable location assessments, conformation with standards/regulations, permitting requirements, etc.)

• Industry-wide workshops for communicating best practices for implementations
Website: www.eagle.org

Email: dcarlucci@eagle.org

Phone: 1-832-316-8764

Address: 1701 City Plaza Drive, Spring, TX, 77389, United States
TX
 Storagenergy Technologies Inc.Feng ZhaoChief Executive Officer Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Storagenergy was founded in 2011 for energy technology and environmental solutions development. Management at Storagenergy has targeted energy generation, energy storage, renewable energy systems and environmental solutions as key aspects. Dr. Feng Zhao, the CEO of Storagenergy, has experience in electrochemical devices research and development for more than 20 years. His past research areas include synthesizing, processing, and characterizing new electrode and electrolyte materials for electrochemical applications. He has served as PI/Co-PI for multimillion-dollar DOE/DoD/NASA/NSF-funded projects in the energy materials research area.
Website: https://storagenergy.com/

Email: fzhao@storagenergy.com

Phone: +1 (801) 386-8555

Address: 1900 S Milestone Dr. Suite A, Salt Lake City, UT, 84104, United States
UT
 HydroporeMichael ArgoshCEO Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Liquid and Gaseous Fuels/Nuclear Hydropore builds shipping containers that produce clean fuels. Its first solution is a containerized clean hydrogen production system designed to be ‘drop-in’ to any site, whether that be an off-grid construction site, a rural refueling station, or on a bulk carrier in the middle of the ocean. Hydropore is providing reliable fuel supply infrastructure for the next generation of trucks, buses, planes, trains, and ships.

Hydropore’s system is unique in that it has a low space footprint, does not require purified water or rare earth metals, and consumes electricity only when it is clean, cheap, and readily available. The peer-reviewed and patent pending hydrogen production processes allows for cost-competitive ($3-$5 / kg) clean hydrogen production in areas that would be otherwise unserved by the hydrogen economy.

The core of the technology is a proprietary activated zinc that reacts with water (including seawater) at ambient temperature and pressure to produce hydrogen on-demand. Using metal to split water has been done before. What makes Hydropore’s technology different is the proprietary activated zinc can be regenerated for reuse by applying electricity to the system. Hydropore has built a hydrogen-producing battery.

Hydropore's technology can be utilized for on-board production of hydrogen / range-extension for marine vessels. If utilizing external seawater as an electrolyte, Hydropore's system (paired with a fuel cell) can deliver ~500 Wh / kg.

Hydropore was founded by Mike Argosh and Dr. Eric Detsi.

Detsi is Associate Professor in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He is a leader in the design and synthesis of electrochemical energy storage solutions. Detsi was awarded an NSF CAREER Award in 2021 and was named an Emerging Investigator by the Journal of Materials Chemistry.

Argosh is the CEO of Hydropore and has spent his career working in the clean energy industry, developing corporate strategies for power & utility companies and launching new products at climate tech startups. Mike was awarded a Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellowship in 2022, recognizing emerging leaders in clean energy.
Website: https://hydropore.com/

Email: mike@hydropore.com

Phone: 2032463007

Address: 3401 Grays Ferry Ave, Building 450, Suite 1029, Philadelphia, PA, 19146, United States
PA
 Acellent Technologies Inc.Amrita KumarExecutive Vice President Small Business Other Energy Technologies Acellent has an exclusive license from Stanford University for the Multifunctional Energy Storage Composites (MESC). Acellent also provides the complete Battery Monitoring systems (sensors, DAQ and BMS software) for use in monitoring the health (State of Health and State of Charge) of battery systems incorporated in aerospace and automobile structures.
Website: www.acellent.com

Email: akumar@acellent.com

Phone: 4083074189

Address: 835 Stewart Drive, Sunnyvale, CA, 94085, United States
CA
 The Boeing CompanyShengyi LiuTechnical Fellow Large Business Other Energy Technologies Technical Fellow, Chief Architect of Platform Subsystems Technology
Traditional and advanced power generation, conversion, distribution, protection, machine drive, energy storage and predictive health management of systems / subsystems for aerospace vehicle applications.
Website: https://www.boeing.com/

Email: Shengyi.Liu@boeing.com

Phone: 206-856-6014

Address: 9725 E Marginal Way S, MC 42-202, Tukwila, WA, 98108, United States
WA
 KBRWyle Services LLCMohit Rakesh MehtaMaterial Scientist Large Business Other Energy Technologies He has 10 years of experience in continuum modeling and simulation of lithium batteries. His research work focused development of physics-based analytical models and multiphysics models to compute the impedance response of Li-oxygen batteries. His continuum modeling experience also includes using statistical methods to account for fabrication discrepancies and their response to battery characteristics. He has three journal publications and over 10 presentations on the topic.

He received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Florida State University under the guidance of Prof. Petru Andrei in Fall 2015. His Ph.D. focused on the development of a physics-based electrochemical model of the impedance spectrum in lithium-air batteries. He implemented the perturbation method in the finite element device simulator to simulate EIS experiments. He joined the University of Delaware as a postdoctoral researcher in spring 2016 under Prof. Sandeep Patel. He learned new skills, such as applying machine learning algorithms for the development of transferable force-fields. He used machine learning and Gromacs to develop a transferable force-field. Next, he used ab initio techniques to study the effect of dipole moments in the dynamic properties of a moiety in solution.

In the summer of 2017, he joined Computational Materials Group at NASA Ames Research Center, where he worked on NASA's LiON CAS project, which was related to a feasibility study of Li-oxygen chemistry to electric aircraft. He is currently working on SPARRCI to simulate battery failure and has developed a reduced-order-model to detect anomalies specific to different classes (using flight profiles and power draw) of electric vehicles in Li-ion batteries to develop a prognostic tool to improve the safety of these batteries while.

This opportunity would provide a platform to collaborate and develop accurate multiscale models for an SSB using a hybrid (physics-and-data-driven) approach, along with dynamic model reduction capabilities which would reduce the computational and mathematical burden of moving from detailed and complex models to simplified models for a BMS or system optimization.
Website: https://www.nasa.gov/content/computational-materials

Email: mohit.mehta@us.kbr.com

Phone: 650-604-1149

Address: NASA Ames Research Center, Bldg. N269, Moffett Field, CA, 94035, United States
CA
 The AirCraft CompanyMario Asselinco-CEO Small Business Transportation Airplane design and certification. We are designing a family of hybrid-electric regional airliners. We will be able to test new battery systems on rigs and airplanes.
Website: www.TheAirCraftCompany.org

Email: marioasselin@TheAirCraftCompany.org

Phone: 2108960514

Address: 1300 S Gateway St, Wichita, KS, 67230, United States
KS
 West Virginia UniversityDavid MebaneAssociate Professort Academic Transportation I am a solid state electrochemist and data scientist specializing in the construction of predictive models that combine scientific understanding and machine learning by embedding data-driven functions into physical models. I am a specialist in thermodynamics and kinetics in both high and low-temperature electrochemical cells: fuel cells, electrolyzers, all solid-state batteries. Into predictive dynamic models of these cells and systems we insert data-driven elements that represent well-defined physical functions and processes. Calibration of these models to data has shown sometimes unprecedented accuracy on hard dynamic datasets. It also facilitates connection to first principles calculations, which can combine with the experimental or field data through the Bayesian framework.
Website: https://davidmebane.faculty.wvu.edu

Email: mebane@gatech.edu

Phone: 2566903321

Address: 1306 Evansdale Dr., MORGANTOWN, WV, 26501-6573, United States
WV
 RTX Technology Research CenterJames SaraidaridisSenior Principal Engineer Large Business Transportation As the central innovation hub for RTX and its businesses, the RTX Technology Research Center (RTRC) applies technical vision to real-world aerospace and defense technologies. Our engineers, scientists and researchers seek impactful discoveries to help our businesses – Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney, and Raytheon – transform research into solutions and products that shape the future of aerospace and defense. We empower innovation across our company, including developing breakthroughs for a safer, sustainable, and more connected world, and partnering with universities and national laboratories on groundbreaking research projects.
Specific to this opportunity, RTRC has a team of electrochemical professionals with significant experimental and theoretical experience exploring battery and fuel cell topics. The team scaled innovative electrochemical technologies from concept to kW-scale and supported eventual commercialization at the MW-level. These activities included hardware and system development to reach commercial scales, as well as physical and techno-economic models that guided decision-making. We look forward to applying this experience to opportunities funded by PROPEL-1K.
Website: https://www.rtx.com/

Email: James.Saraidaridis@rtx.com

Phone: 860 610 7414

Address: 411 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT, 06118, United States
CT
 AmpceraEmery BrownOperations Manager Small Business Transportation Ampcera Inc. is a US-based innovator and global leader in the development and commercialization of solid-state electrolytes and other advanced materials for next-generation electrical energy storage. Our mission is to replace conventional electric energy storage systems, such as lithium batteries, with safer, higher energy/power technologies to enable widespread adoption of EV and other modes of transportation to meet the goal of net-zero carbon emission by 2050. Ampcera Inc. has manufacturing lines for various solid-state electrolyte and other advanced materials that can meet both current and future demands in the tonnage range. Materials can also be customized to meet the needs of our partners in the electrical energy storage industry. We also have an electrical energy storage testing facility with a channel capacity of over a 1000 and a wide range of temperatures that is available. If interested in partnering with us on this upcoming FOA for High Energy Density Energy Storage Systems please reach out.
Website: www.ampcera.com

Email: ebrown@ampcera.com

Phone: 8168107640

Address: 3440 E Britannia Dr., Suite 190, Tucson, AZ, 85706, United States
AZ
 FMW Solutions LLCWolfgang FenglerVP - Engineering Small Business Transportation The FMW Solutions team includes experts in railroad operations, locomotives, and related disciplines. As such, our interest is in supporting companies to integrate prototype high energy density energy storage systems into demonstration units intended for railroad use. Capabilities include mechanical engineering and fabrication.
Website: www.fmwsolutions.com

Email: wfengler@fmwsolutions.com

Phone: 3109201783

Address: 2026 E. 1st Street, Duluth, MN, 55812, United States
MN
 National Renewable Energy LaboratoryKandler SmithTeam Lead - Electrochem. Modeling & Data Science Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Transportation NREL's Electrochemical Energy Storage Group develops physics-based models of batteries for scale-up of new technologies, aiding fundamental scientific understanding, interpretation of diagnostics, degradation/lifetime/safety prediction, and computer-aided engineering. Examples include:

1) 3D multi-scale models of large format Li-ion cells and systems including:
- pseudo-2D macro-homogenous models capturing electrochemical performance & degradation
- scale-up/design of 3D cells & systems capturing thermal/potential/current heterogeneity
- mechanical structure, crush/abuse response, design for vehicle crash, drop test, etc.
- thermal runaway response to abuse tests vs field failures & safety design

2) detailed electrode microstructure models including:
- direct solution of electrochemistry on 3D electrode geometry (from CT, FIB-SEM, or virtual generation)
- ability to track evolving phases, moving boundaries, and stress/strain/solid mechanics
- detailed solid/electrolyte interfacial models ranging from phenomenological (~4 reactions) to molecular/DFT-informed (~100 reactions)

3) Lifetime/prognostic and health/diagnostic models
- health diagnosis from echem. impedance spectroscopy and time-domain data using physics-based models + neural networks
- life prognostic models fitted to accelerated testing using reduced-order physics + machine learning hybrid

4) Modeling of emerging chemistries, including Li-sulfur, silicon, solid-state electrolytes, sodium, flow batteries, etc.

5) Laboratory facilities to characterize and diagnose new materials and devices
- nano and micro computed tomography, microscopy & chemical analysis
- open-source microstructure analysis toolbox (MATBOX)
- electrochemical/thermal characterization from coin cells to MW-class energy storage systems
- isothermal calorimetry
- mechanical material/cell component test equipment + crush/nail penetration/internal-short-circuit abuse testing
- expertise in beamline science, AI image & data processing, & AI/ML-aided experimental investigations
Website: https://www.nrel.gov/transportation/multi-scale-battery-physics-modeling.html

Email: kandlers@hotmail.com

Phone: 3034755398

Address: 15013 Denver West Pkwy, Golden, CO, 80401-1757, United States
CO
 Influit EnergyJohn KatsoudasCEO Small Business Other Energy Technologies Over 17 years of experience in material science as well as the named inventor in multiple core technology patents. Spent a career in applied physics, working with government agencies, renowned research groups, and policy makers. Expertise spans from ideation to manufacturing and business development. A former member of the Material Research Collaboration Access Team at Illinois Tech, designed and built multiple beamlines at the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory, and is an expert in battery materials. Presently focused on transitioning Influit Energy's R&D footprint operation to accelerate it's core technology development into several commercially available product offerings.
Website: www.influitenergy.com

Email: katsoudas@influitenergy.com

Phone: 3122864879

Address: 401 N Paulina, Chicago, IL, 60622, United States
IL
 Illinois Institute of TechnologyCarlo SegreProfessor of Physics & Materials Science Academic Other Energy Technologies Our group has expertise in materials for electrochemical storage and conversion as well as in situ characterization using x-ray diffraction and spectroscopy. In the battery space, we have worked with Li-ion anode and cathode materials as well as Li-S cathodes. Currently we have projects in all solid state batteries. In the past, we were the lead institution on an ARPA-e RANGE project for nanofluid flow batteries which has resulted in a spinout company, Influit Energy, whose goal is to commercialize the nanofluid battery technology. We continue to collaborate with Influit Energy on characterization using our specialized x-ray tools. Our other activity is in electrochemical catalysis for a number of reactions including ethanol and formic acid oxidation, carbon dioxide reduction, oxygen and hydrogen evolution and oxygen reduction reactions.

In all cases, our expertise in x-ray techniques is coupled with the fact that our group staffs and operates the Materials Research Collaborative Access Team at the Advanced Photon Source. This gives us programmatic access to beam lines which are specialized for in situ electrochemical studies using x-ray absorption spectroscopy.
Website: http://phys.iit.edu/~segre/

Email: segre@iit.edu

Phone: +1.312.567.3498

Address: Department of Physics, IIT, 3105 S Dearborn St, Chicago, IL, 60616, United States
IL
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