Berlin, September 26./27. 2022
Sodium-ion batteries (SIBs) based on abundant elements are an attractive alternative to lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries. Research on SIBs gained a lot of momentum in the last years and is fueled by press releases of several companies around the world on using the technology for stationary energy storage and electric mobility.
After events in Jena (SBS-1, 2018) and Dresden (SBS-2, 2021) the third symposium will take place in Berlin (SBS-3). The scientific symposium will focus on recent trends and discoveries on
- Electrodes and electrolytes for sodium-ion batteries
- Solid electrolytes / solid-state batteries
- Intermediate and high temperature Na batteries
Humboldt University Berlin & Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Organizer
Helmholtz Institute Ulm
Zentrum für Solar- und Wasserstoffforschung
Confirmed speakers include:
- Stefano Passerini (Helmholtz-Institut Ulm)
- Jürgen Janek (JLU Giessen)
- Magdalena Titirici (Imperial College London)
- Wolfgang Zeier (WWU Münster)
- Franziska Klein (Fraunhofer ICT)
- Christian Masquelier (LRCS Amiens)
- Reza Younesi (Uppsala University)
- Montserrat Galceran (CIC Energigune)
- Meike Heinz (EMPA)
- Matthias Schulz (Fraunhofer IKTS)
- Yongsheng Hu (IOP, HiNa battery)
- Florian Doetz (BASF New Business)
- Payam Kaghazchi (FZJ Jülich)
- Patrik Johansson (Chalmers University)
- Rezan Demir-Cakan (Gebze Technical University)
- Shinichi Komaba (Tokyo University of Science)
- Ivana Hasa (University of Warwick)
- Teófilo Rojo (University of Basque Country)
- Matteo Bianchini (University of Bayreuth)
- Mathieu Morcrette (LRCS Amiens / Tiamat)
The symposium will take place at Humboldt-University Berlin in Berlin-Adlershof, one of Germany’s largest high-technology locations. Adlershof is a hub for many scientific institutions including the Berlin synchrotron facility BESSY II (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin) and several institutes of Humboldt University Berlin. The location can be conveniently reached by public transport (15 min to BER airport, 25 min central Berlin). Berlin is a vibrant place for science and culture and we hope to see you for SBS-3, so save the date!
It is hard to foresee the pandemic rules that apply during the time of the conference. We currently need to restrict the number of participants to around 100-120 at maximum. Early registration is recommended. Please be aware that, depending on the rules, we might be forced to stream the presentations to a second lecture hall in order to keep the required distance between the participants.
If you prefer to stay close to the conference venue, the following hotels are recommended.
- Airport Hotel Berlin Adlershof
- IBB Blue Hotel Berlin-Airport
- Hotel Essential by Dorint Berlin Adlershof
Please be aware that the popular Berlin Marathon takes place on Sunday Sept. the 25th. While this is a unique chance to exercise just before the conference, many hotels will be booked. We therefore highly recommend to arrange your hotel bookings early enough.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Berlin!