The 3rd Li-SM3 conference will again bring together the world’s leading academics, scientists and engineers to discuss the priority areas of Lithium Sulfur battery chemistry research. It will begin with an introduction to the chemistry for newcomers and highlights of the key challenges, followed by dedicated sessions on each key topic, a poster session and a dinner.
The 2018 conference will be organised by Joint Center for Energy Research (JCESR), with the support of OXIS Energy and Imperial College London. You can register for this through the link further down this page.
The call for both presentations and posters is now open – see below.
The 2nd Li-SM3 conference brought together over 150 of the world’s leading academics, scientists and engineers to discuss the priority areas of Lithium Sulfur rechargeable battery chemistry research. It was organised by Imperial College London and OXIS Energy, with the support of the Joint Center for Energy Research (JCESR). Presentations from the 2016 and 2017 conferences are available below.
The 2018 call for oral abstracts is open and will close on Wednesday 28th February 2018.
The 2018 call for poster abstracts is open and will be reviewed on a monthly basis, beginning November 2017 and continuing into March 2018, with a final deadline of Friday 2nd March 2018.
The organizing committee is pleased to offer the opportunity for three levels of sponsorship – Platinum, Gold and Silver – detailed below. These opportunities are meant to align with your company’s focus and will lead to brand awareness and visibility among our students and entrepreneurial community.
Please contact Bradley Ullrick, Intellectual Property and Business Development Manager, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, email@example.com if you are interested in sponsoring the Li-SM3 2018 Conference.
The 2017 agenda is available here. Many of the presenters have made their work available as videos or pdfs. The presentations not available are marked as such. Presentations with no information may be made available in the near future.
Mechanism Plenary Keynote Speaker
Mechanism Panel Speakers (Alphabetical Order)
Modelling Plenary Keynote Speaker
Modelling Panel Speakers (alphabetical order)
Materials Plenary Keynote Speaker
Materials Panel Speakers (alphabetical order)
Applications Plenary Keynote Speaker
Applications Panel Speakers
Posters organised by topic and then by author in alphabetical order:
The 2016 Li-SM3 conference saw some brilliant talks from our key speakers. Here you can find a selection of those presentations, free to download: