Dr. Claude Delmas

Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux CNRS, France

Sodium batteries: 40 years of researches; the success is in front of us



Prof. Teófilo Rojo

CIC energiGUNE, Spain

Recent advances on Na batteries



Prof. Philipp Adelhelm

Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany

LiBs vs. SIBs: Ion size effects on electrode reactions



Dr. Christopher Johnson

Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Phase interplay in layered Ni-Mn based sodium transition metal oxide cathodes


Prof. Evgeny V. Antipov

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

The perspectives on fluoride phosphates cathode materials for Na and K-ion batteries


Dr. Laurence Croguennec

Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux CNRS, France

New insights into the performance of sodium vanadium fluorophosphates at the positive electrode of Na-ion batteries



Prof. Shigeto Okada

Kyusyu University, Japan

Performance of Aqueous Mg-ion Battery with MgMnO2 Cathode and Organic Anode



Prof. Atsuo Yamada

Tokyo University, Japan

New compositions and new mechanisms identified in sodium battery cathodes



Dr. Jerry Barker

Faradion Limited, UK

Progress in the Commercialization of Faradion’s Na-ion Battery Technology


Prof. Christian Masquelier

Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France

Recent advances in the crystal chemistry of NaxMM’(PO4)3 (M,M’ = Fe, Ti, V, Mn, Al) NASICON cathodes




Prof. Jongsoon Kim

Sejong University, Korea

Development of new cathode materials for Na ion batteries using Neutron/X-ray diffraction and first principle calculation.



Prof. Kyu Tae Lee

Seoul National University, Korea

High Capacity Electrode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries: Fe/Mn oxides as a cathode and phosphorus as an anode



Prof. Rika Hagiwara

Kyoto University, Japan

Sodium ion batteries operating with ionic liquid electrolytes




Dr. Tomio Tamakoshi


Development of Sodium Sulfur Battery




Prof. Kazuma Gotoh

Okayama University, Japan

The use of solid state NMR for analyses of negative electrode materials in NIB



Prof. Xiulei (David) Ji

Oregon State University, USA

Carbon Electrode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries and Beyond




Prof. Yang-Kook Sun

Hanyang University, Korea

High Capacity Cathode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries.



Dr . Joel Gaubicher

Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN) CNRS-Université de Nantes, France

Organic materials for Na aqueous batteries: towards low cost grid storage



Dr. Akira Kano

Panasonic Corporation, Japan

New Carbon Materials with Large Closed Pore Volume as Anode for High Energy Na-ion batteries



Prof. Damien Dambournet

University Pierre and Marie Curie, France

Insights into Li, Na, and K intercalation in lepidocrocite-type layered titanate structure.





Dr. Alexey Glushenkov

The University of Melbourne, Australia

Composite anode materials incorporating inorganic phases for potassium-ion and sodium-ion batteries




Prof. Jeng-Kuei Chang

National Central University, Taiwan

Composite anodes and electrolytes for Sodium-ion batteries


Prof. Yiying WuProf. Yiying Wu

The Ohio State University, USA

How Super are Superoxide Batteries?




Prof. Zifeng Ma

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

NaNi1/3Fe1/3Mn1/3O2 based sodium-ion batteries design and development for energy storage



Prof. Maria Forsyth

Deakin University,  Australia

Superconcentrated NaFSI based ionic liquid electrolytes; from understanding Naion transport to remarkable cycling and device stability.


Prof. Yong-Sheng Hu

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Disordered carbon anode materials for Na-ion batteries



Prof. Naoaki Yabuuchi

Tokyo Denki University, Japan

Anion redox for high-energy sodium insertion materials