Date and Time: 19.12.2022 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: via Zoom
Topic: Advanced Materials for Future Energy Storage
- Dr. Khalil Amine from Argonne National Laboratory, United States, inventor of the NMC cathode used around the world in electric vehicles, is the 2019 global energy prize laureate for ‘developing one of the highest energy density lithium batteries’.
- Professor Linda Faye Nazar, University of Waterloo and Canada Research Chair in Solid State Energy Materials, who made breakthroughs on the road to creating rechargeable lithium-sulfur and lithium-oxygen batteries, and solid-state Li-ion batteries based on advanced solid electrolytes.
- Professor Daniel Kammen at the University of California, Berkeley, also the senior advisor for energy and innovation at the U.S. Agency for International Development. He served as Science Envoy in the Obama-Biden Administration and is a leading expert in renewable energy science, technology, and policy.
- Brian Dillard, Chief Growth & Technology Strategy Officer at VinES Energy Solutions, the expert in EV batteries and grid storage.
Please rewatch the symposium at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwIk6-wolXQ
The “Science for Life” Symposium assembles and connects the Vietnamese sci-tech community with local and international top scientists, policymakers, and entrepreneurs. The symposium will have three consecutive 90-minute panels, each focusing on one of the following critical issues for the world: sustainable agriculture in the new normal, advanced materials for future energy storage, and personalized therapy in cancer treatment. The panel on each of these topics will focus on the pressing global issues, the practical solutions, and predictions of key changes in people’s lives through the contributions of science and technology.