Special Session X

Efficient Utilization of New Energy and New Technologies for Battery Thermal Safety

Efficient utilization of new energy is an indispensable and essential means in the new energy system. The development and application of new energy generation technologies, thermoelectric conversion technologies, and new types of batteries have brought profound changes to the energy and electricity industry as well as the energy-consuming sectors. However, challenges related to the stability of large-scale new energy generation technologies and the thermal safety of batteries have not been effectively addressed. The emerging demands for energy utilization in industries pose new technological development requirements for production, consumption, energy storage, and management within the energy and electricity systems. This also stimulates the in-depth integration of energy storage technology, thermal management technology, thermal safety technology, and materials.

The efficient utilization of new energy and battery thermal safety technology exhibits distinct interdisciplinary characteristics. Through interdisciplinary research on energy systems and materials, it promotes the cross-disciplinary integration, serving the safe production and utilization of energy and electricity. This special session aims to facilitate the scientific integration of efficient utilization of new energy and new technologies for battery thermal safety, driving energy storage technology towards more efficient, safer, and economical directions.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Research on lithium-ion battery materials.
• High-performance thermal interface materials and new types of fire-resistant thermal insulation materials.
• Simulation and emulation of thermal safety in lithium-ion batteries.
• Research on thermal management technologies, including air cooling, liquid cooling, phase change, and thermoelectric conversion.
• Safety management of lithium-ion battery energy storage systems.
• Security dispatch of energy storage systems and microgrid technology in the power grid.
• AI-based optimization design for the safety of energy storage systems.

Tao Lin, Guangzhou City University of Technology, China

Dr. Tao Lin obtained his Ph.D. degree in Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics from the School of Electric Power at South China University of Technology. Currently, he serves as an Associate Professor at Guangzhou City University of Technology, China. Dr. Lin is dedicated to research in thermoelectric conversion technology and energy-efficient utilization technology. He has authored and edited two publications and has published more than 20 SCI/EI papers. Dr. Lin Tao also holds the role of Technical Committee member for the ICPET2022 and ICPET2023 conferences, as well as the AEEES2023 international conference.


Jun Li, Kunming University, China

Dr. Jun Li graduated from Chongqing University with a Ph.D. in Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics. Currently, he holds the position of lecturer at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Kunming University. Dr. Li's research focuses on energy storage materials, battery thermal management technology, and the thermal utilization of renewable energy. He has published over 20 SCI papers and applied for more than ten patents.


Mingfeng Chen, Zhejiang University, China

Dr. Mingfeng Chen received his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from South China University of Technology. During his doctoral studies, he conducted joint training at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, USA, and later pursued postdoctoral research at Harbin Institute of Technology. Currently, he holds the position of Associate Professor at Zhejiang University. His primary research interests lie in smart soft materials, including the self-assembly and external field control of two-dimensional materials, as well as the construction of functional materials based on two-dimensional materials such as zirconium phosphate, graphene oxide, and barium ferrite. Additionally, he is involved in the preparation and application of magnetically controlled micro-nanorobots. Dr. Chen has published over 20 SCI papers. He has been honored with the Kaneka Americas Holding, Inc. Scholarship, the National Scholarship for Graduate Students, financial support from the China Scholarship Council, and has been selected for the Talents Program for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.


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