March 6-8, 2019
The 2019 Energy Storage Systems Safety & Reliability Forum will provide a platform for discussing the current state of ESS safety and reliability (ESS-SR) and mitigation strategies for improving cell to system level safety and reliability. This open forum will provide presenters an opportunity to present their work in ESS-SR, and it will provide attendees the chance to see the work that is creating the future of ESS-SR.
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- Dana Schulze
Deputy Director, Office of Aviation Safety, National Transportation Safety Board
- Adam Barowy
Research Engineer II, Fire Research and Development; UL LLC
- Erik Brandon
Supervisor; Electrochemical Technologies Group
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
- Daiwon Choi
Senior Research Scientist; Pacific Northwest National Laboratories
- C. Michael Hoff
VP Research and Technology, CTO; NEC Energy Solutions, Inc.
- Chad Kennedy
Director; Industry Standards; Schneider Electric
- Scott Roberts
Principal Staff in Thermal/Fluid Component Sciences; Sandia National Laboratories
- Dirk Spiers
President and CEO; Spiers New Technologies
- John Warner
Founder and President; Warner Energy Consulting
Author, “The Handbook of Lithium-Ion Battery Pack Design”
The registration fee is $350.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Forum committee is no longer accepting abstract submissions for presentations. However, there are a select number of poster presentation spots available. Please encourage your colleagues and peers to submit their research for consideration.
The 2019 ESS Safety & Reliability Forum provides a platform for discussing the current state of ESS Safety & Reliability (ESS-SR) and stratagems for improving cell-to-system level safety and reliability. This open forum will provide poster authors an opportunity to present their work in ESS-SR, and it will provide attendees the chance to see the work that is creating the future of ESS-SR. It offers a unique mix of learning from inspirational keynote and invited speakers, contributing with other stakeholders in energy storage. This forum’s aim is to advance the current DOE roadmap for energy storage– and it only happens once a year.