First Asian Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy for

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Program
Date
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April
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April
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Registration
Tutorial
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April
17th
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Invited
lectures
Oral
presentation
Poster
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Afternoon
Evening
Meet oversea
participants at
the airport
Scientific
committee
meeting
Plenary
lectures
Invited
lectures
Oral
presentation
Welcome
banquet
Poster
session
Lab tour
Closing
ceremony
Call for Papers
Dinner
First Asian Symposium on
Impedance Spectroscopy
for Electrochemical
Energy Devices
Important Dates
November 30, 2014
Preliminary program
January 18, 2015
Deadline of 1-page abstract
submission
January 31, 2015
Notification of acceptance
February 28, 2015
Final program
Website
http://www.ase.tsinghua.edu.cn/
Contact
Secretary: Lei Zhao
Email: leizhao@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
Tel: 86-10-62787815
April 16-17, 2015
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Organizer
The State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy
Sponsors
National Natural Science Foundation of China
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Collaborator
TOYO Corporation, Japan
Aims and Motivation
Plenary Lectures
Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) is a powerful
electrochemical analysis technique known for its unique
capability to differentiate
between electrochemical
processes of various nature. On the basis of widely different
time-scales, EIS allows to reveal the limiting factors in
reaction mechanisms, and mass-transport processes,
thereby giving insight for the optimization of electrochemical
devices.
Asia, especially China, Japan and Korea, is world-leading in
the battery, fuel cell, and photovoltaic industries. An Asian
Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy for Electrochemical
Energy Devices will facilitate the communication between
the leading Asian researchers in the use of EIS in
characterizing electrochemical energy conversion and
storage devices, as well as enhancing the cooperation
between the academia and the R&D in the industry.
We envision this symposium as a series meeting, taking place
in China and Japan alternatively in the beginning, and
expanding to a multi-national EIS conference incorporating
further Asian countries in the following years.
Masayuki Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science)
• Potentiality of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to
Analyze Energy Conversion Devices
Jianbo Zhang (Tsinghua University)
• Increasing the Resolution of Electrochemical Impedance
Spectroscopy
Co-Chair
Jianbo Zhang
Masayuki Itagaki
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
Scientific Sessions
Fundamentals of EIS:
• Dynamic EIS
• Distributed EIS
• Multi-disciplinary impedance spectroscopy
EIS applications :
• Batteries (Lithium-ion battery, redox flow battery, etc..)
• Fuel Cells
• Solar Cells
• Capacitors
Tutorial
Principal and practice of EIS
• Basics of EIS
• Hands-on measurement
• Know-how in acquiring reliable data
• Construction of equivalent electrical circuit and curve-fitting
• Interpretation of the results
Note: Admission is based on early application due to limited
equipment and space. No additional fee required for the registered
symposium participant.
Poster session with special awards for students
Invited Lectures
Isao Shitanda (Tokyo University of Science)
• In-situ EIS to Monitor SOH of Lithium-ion Rechargeable
Batteries
Jiuchun Jiang (Beijing Jiaotong University)
• Optimal Charging Method of Lithium-ion Batteries in
Electric Vehicles
Quanchao Zhuang (China University of Mining and
Technology)
• Challenges for Applying EIS for the Research and
Production of LIB
Baoguo Wang (Tsinghua University)
• Design of Redox Flow Battery Structure Based on EIS
Analysis
Kazuhiko Noda (Shibaura Institute of Technology)
• Performance of PEFC Investigated by
Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy.
Takurou Murakami (Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology, AIST)
• Development of New Dyesensitized Solar Cells Supported
by Electrochemical Impedance.
Registration Fee (in RMB)
Category
Cost
Availability
Early Registration
900
Prior to
Student
500
Feb 16, 2015
Regular Registration
1000
Prior to
Student
600
Apr 1, 2015

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