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coNFereNce Preview emerging technologies, battery materials, power management, charging and testing systems, battery health, as well as the latest market trends affecting the industry. Battery Power 2013 is an international conference highlighting the latest developments and technologies in the battery industry, will be held June 6-7 in Denver, Colorado. The conference is designed for OEM design engineers and system engineers involved in battery powered products and systems and power management technology, as well as battery pack and cell manufacturers. This 11th annual event will feature presentations on portable, mobile, consumer battery technology, as well as battery manufacturing, materials and research & development, serving the consumer electronic, medical and military industries. Topics will include new battery designs, Battery Power 2013 will provide you with the most up-todate developments and technologies in the portable/mobile/consumer battery and power management market. If you are involved in the battery industry or if your products and systems run on batteries, this is a must attend event. Register by April 18th for the Early Discounted Rate Special OEM Rate Available Sessions include: Analytical Methods for Characterizing Battery Materials Sanjay Patel, Ph.D, Director of Analytical Services, Evans Analytical Group Extended Producer Responsibility: The EU Battery Directive Goes Global Ofira Varga, Senior Consultant, 1WEEE Services GmbH Cutting the Cord: Case Studies in Choosing a Battery Architecture to Satisfy Product and Safety Requirements Ryan Striker, Senior Electrical Engineer, Logic PD Finding an Independent Third Party Battery Testing Laboratory Tom O’Hara, Global Business Manager, Intertek Choosing the Right Lithium Ion Cell for Your Battery Pack Carl Gallenson, VP of Engineering, iTECH Accurate Battery Management in High Power, Compact and Low Cost Applications via Impedance Spectra-Based Dynamic Voltage Correlation Yandong Zhang, Algorithm Engineer, Texas Instruments High Efficiency Fast Charging Battery Charger Designs Jinrong Qian, Product Line Manager, Texas Instruments Electrochemical Versatility of Carbon for Energy Storage Application Leah Riley, PhD, Director of Research and Development, EnerG2, Inc. High C-Rate Discharge in Portable Electronics, and its Effect On Cycle Life and Runtime Brian Fritz, Power Source Engineer, Intel Thermal Protection for Lithium Cells in Ultra-Thin Portable Electronics Barry Brents, Application Engineer, TE Circuit Protection Discovery of a >250 mAh/g, Non-Layered Oxide Cathode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries Steven Kaye, Wildcat Discover Technologies Nanofiber/Microfiber Lithium Ion Battery Separators Dr. Brian Morin, CEO, Dreamweaver International, Inc. Argonne’s Advanced Battery Materials Synthesis and Manufacturing R&D Program – Bridging the Gap Between Research and Commercialization Gregory K. Krumdick, Principal Systems Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory High Specific Lithium Cells for Security, Military & Aerospace Applications Florence Fusalba Ph.D, Program Manager, CEA-Grenoble FRANCE March/April 2013 • Battery Power 9

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Battery Power - March/April 2013
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GTS and RGIS Launch Battery Test & Replace Service for Mobile Devices
Leyden Energy Raises $10 Million for Commercialization of Silicon Anode Mobile Pouch Cells and Automotive Start-Stop Batteries
Circuit Protection Approach for High-Rate Discharge Li-Ion Battery Application
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Simplify Peripheral Connectivity and Extend Battery Life in Mobile Applications
Managing Lithium-Chemistry Batteries: It’s Mostly About Their Temperature
Lead Acid Batteries: A Proven Technology Marches Forward
New Products
Charging & Testing
Power Supplies & Conversion
ICs & Semiconductors
Industry New

Battery Power - March/April 2013