Poster list

Our dedicated poster session allows delegates to showcase their research and products and, encourages delegates to meet and exchange ideas.

We also have a poster speed pitch session, where selected poster delegates can make a 2 minute video to promote and summarise their work.

Delegates submitting a poster may also submit a two-page conference paper of their poster which provides a record of each year’s IFBF. The paper is published in the digital Conference Book of Papers and posters are placed on the website shortly after the conference.

Here is the current IFBF 2020 poster list for the IFBF conference taking place online from 19th – 21st January 2021:

No. Group/Title Name Affiliation
  Bromine systems
82 Equilibrium modelling of bromine based electrolytes Mattia Duranti Applied Research on Energy Systems, Centre for Materials and Microsystems, Italy
  Electrodes & catalysts
70 Electrochemical performance of mechanically stabilized graphite based felt electrodes for vanadium redox flow batteries Jessica Pfisterer Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany 
72 On the surface and activity enhancement of graphite felt by a combinational approach of carbon nanotube deposition and KOH etching Hannes Radinger Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
8 Asymmetric cycling of vanadium redox flow battery with poly (arylene piperidinium) – based anion exchange membrane: performance comparison with Nafion 212 Amirreza Khataee KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
36 Composite membranes based on LATP and LAGTP ceramics for lithium hybrid-flow batteries: composition and outer factors’ influence on the performance Nikolay Ovsyannikov Indian Institute of Technology, India
63 Anion exchange membranes for TMA-TEMPO/MV-based aqueous organic redox flow battery: membrane properties and cell cycling performance Misgina Tilahun Tsehaye University of Grenoble, France
85 Composite anion exchange membrane proposed for RFBs. Martyna Charyton Amer-sil S.A., Luxembourg
101 Preferential volumetric vanadium redox flow battery transfer studies under running conditions Valentin Vlasov Skolkovo Institute of Science & Technology, Russia
110 New ion channel optimizing technology for vanadium redox flow battery Shintaro Hayabe AGC Inc., Japan
  Organic & ionic liquid systems
11 A catechol-based organic catholyte for aqueous redox flow battery Xiangrong Li Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
57 HIGREEW aqueous organic redox flow battery: from materials development to final prototype integration Ana Catarina Lopes CIC energiGUNE, Spain
83 Development of zinc-air-batteries based on ionic liquids for uninterruptible power supplies (USP) Manuel Forster Westphalian University of Applied Science, Germany
124 Development of highly water soluble organic active materials for redox flow battery. Atsushi Kaiho Nippon Kayaku Co. Ltd, Japan
  Non-traditional systems
17 Effect of electrolyte flow rate and different anode materials on the discharge performance of flow type zinc-air battery Ram kishore Sankaralingam Indian Institute of Technology, India
56 Zinc-air redox flow cell development with an automated test bench integrated Elena Marchante AIJU – Technological Institute for Children’s Products and Leisure, Spain
109 Characterisation of polyurethane, epoxy and silicone based sealants and adhesives for their potential use in vanadium redox flow batteries Andreas Arlt Wevo-Chemie GmbH, Germany
  New chemistries & materials
86 Enhancing currents with carbonaceous particles dispersed in flow cell Dino Tonti Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona, Spain 
  Vanadium systems
16 Performance evaluation of single cell vanadium redox flow battery at low temperatures Praphulla Rao Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
32 Flow battery operating in hybrid energy storage system Krzysztof Rafal Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery PAS, Poland
44 FlowBat 2021: redox flow batteries for large scale energy storage Ricardo Santamaría Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología del Carbono, Spain
46 Investigating the deactivation of negative felt electrode of vanadium redox flow battery Jindřich Mrlík University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic
53 Recent progress of large-scale stack generations for a 40 kW all-vanadium flow battery as part of a hybrid compensator Jan Girschik Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany
88 A design tool for tubular stacks Peter Kuhn Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
94 Electrolyte imbalance determination of a vanadium redox flow battery by potential‐step analysis of the initial charging step Jan grosse Austing VANEVO GmbH, Germany

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