About the New Energy New York Seminar

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New Energy New York (NENY) is a comprehensive ecosystem of project initiatives that support the establishment of an American hub for battery innovation, manufacturing, and workforce development in upstate New York — all made possible by a coalition of academia, non-profit, government and industry partners.

The 2-day seminar includes scientific lectures on lithium ion battery materials, technology, and hands-on training on the best cell fabrication practices from both academic and industry experts. During the laboratory training, attendees will receive hands-on experience using the RIT Battery Prototyping Center’s semi-automated coin/pouch/cylindrical cell production equipment. The corresponding lecture program gives insights into the latest battery materials, electrode processing, and pouch cell technology trends which includes the newest manufacturing equipment. Methods for formation cycles and cell aging will be discussed. Attendees will receive training on charge/discharge schedule design and battery data analysis and interpretation.

The Coalition Members

The New Energy New York initiative, led by Binghamton University, brings together a robust coalition of diverse partners across academia, non-profits, community organizations, incubators, and government agencies.  For more information, please visit https://newenergynewyork.com/.

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