SOLID STATE SYMPOSIUM  

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Introduction to the symposium  

James Trevey Ph.D – CTO 

Forge Nano, Vice Chairperson of the MPSC, an official committee of the Manufacturing Division within the NDIA

KEYNOTE – Why are solid state batteries the technology of the future? Who and what are the leaders?  

Michael Sanders – Senior Advisor 

Avicenne

KEYNOTE – Overview of solid-state batteries and critical areas for future development  

Steve Visco – CEO 

Polyplus

Recent successes and difficulties regarding sulfur-based solid-state batteries  

Josh Buettner-Garrett – CTO 

Solid Power

Recent successes and difficulties regarding oxide-based solid-state batteries  

Eric Wachsman – Professor 

University of Maryland

Recent successes and difficulties regarding quasi solid-state batteries   

Amy Prieto – Founder/CTO 

Prieto Battery

An overview of ongoing solid-state interests and activities from Army Research Labs 

Jan Allen – Research Chemist 

ARL 

Overview of a non-mainstream type of solid-state battery, successes and difficulties 

Mark Jaker – CEO 

Jakertech

An overview of qualification and safety testing needed for adoption by the military 

Mark Tisher – Project Engineer 

NSWC Crane

CLOSING REMARKS – Open audience discussion on what is the path forward from an MPSC perspective, develop “white paper” with problem and solution. 

James Trevey – CTO 

Forge Nano, Moderator Vice Chairperson of the MPSC, an official committee of the Manufacturing Division within the NDIA

5 Minute Power Pitches

SCI Engineered Materials Inc. 

EC Power


Forge Nano 

 

JakerTech