Call for Presentations

Share Your Expertise at Battery Power 2017

Battery Power 2017 is currently accepting abstracts for its 15th annual event, May 17-18 in Dallas. Texas. The international event is focused on latest developments and technologies in the battery industry, including  mobile/portable, wearable battery technology, as well as battery manufacturing, materials and research & development.

Topics will include new battery designs, improving power management, predicting battery life and regulation and safety issues. Other topics include OEM/end user requirements, battery authentication and market trends.

The conference provides an excellent forum to discuss new developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.

Attendees include top executives, technical managers and engineering professionals from original equipment manufacturers, end users and integrators, battery manufacturers and component providers.

Conference sessions should be technical and educational while providing examples of cutting edge technology and application strategies. End-users presenting about any innovative project they may be involved in will be given priority on the show program.

The Initial Call for Presentation Deadline has Passed – Abstracts Now Reviewed on a First-Come Basis. Final Program Announced Early February.

Topics and Applications include: Consumer, Commercial, Medical, Wearable, Military, IoT, Manufacturing and R&D

Industry Considerations

  • Regulatory Issues
  • Safety/Transportation Considerations
  • Market Trends

Battery Advancements 

  • New Li- Chemistries
  • R&D
  • New Battery Designs
  • Decreasing Pack & Cell Sizes
  • Near Term Product Improvements
  • OEM/End User Requirements
  • Improving/Increasing Battery Life & Capacity
  • Near Term Product Improvements

Manufacturing

  • Chemicals and Materials
  • Manufacturing Trends and Improvements
  • OEM/End User Design Issues

Testing, Standards & Certification

  • Battery Authentication/Detecting Counterfeits
  • Standards & Regulations
  • Safety Concerns

Wireless Power/Charging

  • Near Term Product Developments
  • Trends, Standards, Obstacles
  • End User/Integrator Requirements and Considerations
  • Wireless & Near Field Charging
  • Energy Harvesting

Battery Management

  • Extending Battery Life
  • Battery Monitoring Systems
  • Power Management
  • Improving ROI

Full-conference registration fees will be waived for all confirmed speakers.

For more information on submitting an abstract contact Shannon Given, program manager, 608-351-9245 or Shannong@webcomcommunications.com.


Submitting an Abstract

The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product.

Submission Guidelines

The Proposal should include:
- A title for the presentation
- A summary of the presentation content (100 words)
- Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot
- Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and web site
- Desired Track

Optional: Each presenter may submit a 1,500-2,000 word paper or copies of their presentation for publication on BatteryPowerOnline.com and in the Conference Proceedings. Papers will also be considered for publication in Battery Power magazine.

Please Note: Submissions will be accepted only electronically by email. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material as attachments. Submit to Shannon Given: Shannong@webcomcommunications.com.