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National Key R&D Programme “Intelligent Sensing Technology for Energy Storage Lithium-ion Batteries” project officially launched

News Source & Photographer: Institute of Advanced Structure Technology

Editor: Guo Jiachen

Reviewer: Yang Yazheng

Translator: Cheng Jie, News Agency of BIT

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On April 16,Professor Chen Haosen of the Institute of Advanced Structure Technology of Beijing Institute of Technology led the project “Smart Sensing Technology for Smart Li-ion Batteries”, a key project of the National Key R&D Programme “Energy Storage and Smart Grid Technology” of which the launch and implementation plan validation meeting was held in a combination of online and offline formats.

The project undertaken by 10 companies including BIT, Tsinghua University, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited, Institute of Flexible Electronics Technology of Tsinghua, Zhejiang, Tianmu Lake Institute of Advanced Energy Storage Technologies, China Huadian Engineering Co.,Ltd., and Ningbo Semiconductor International Corporation, is to systematically carry out research on smart sensing technology for energy storage Li-ion batteries, providing common technical support to improve the safety, stability and operational efficiency of energy storage Li-ion batteries.

Liu Jia, Deputy Director and Zhang Zhaohua and Liu Yaqi, Supervisors of the Industrial Development Promotion Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the project's consultant experts, Academician Fang Daining, Honorary President and Chief Scientist of the Institute of Advanced Structure Technology of BIT, academician Ouyang Minggao of THU, academician Wu Feng of BIT, academician Sun Fengchun of BIT, President Wu Ping of the National Institute of Energy and Transportation Convergence Development, the project's responsible Professor Lai Xiaokang of China Electric Power Research Institute, Professor Zhang Qiang of THU, project consultants Professor Feng Xue of THU, Professor Jiao Shuqiang of BIT, Researcher Li Hong of the Institute of Physics in Chinese Academy of Sciences, Professor Wang Xindong of the University of Science and Technology Beijing, representatives of participating units Ouyang Chuying, President of Research and Development of Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited, Shen Mingzhong, Chief Engineer of China Huadian Engineering Co.,Ltd., Yang Yazheng, Assistant to the President of BIT, Secretary of the Party Committee and President of the Institute of Advanced Structure Technology, relevant responsible people , as well as the project leaders, subject leaders and project backbone, etc. more than 50 people attended the meeting, which was chaired by Deng Fang, Vice President of the Research Institute and Director of the Institute of Basic Sciences of BIT.

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Yang Yazheng delivered a welcome speech and expressed heartfelt thanks to all the leaders and experts for their care and support to the project. Liu Jia congratulated the launch of the project and emphasized the positioning and significance of the project in the special project, and hoped that the project could focus on key scientific issues and sort out the specific implementation route in detail to ensure the high quality of the research task.

Academician Fang Daining presented the appointment letters to the project consultants and appointed Professor Lai Xiaokang as the head of the consultant panel.

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The project consultation workshop was chaired by Professor Lai Xiaokang. The project leader, Professor Chen Haosen, reported on the background, research objectives, key scientific issues, implementation plan and task breakdown of the project. The Project Advisory Expert Group discussed the implementation plan of the project and agreed that the project has clear research objectives and a detailed implementation plan. The expert group also made valuable suggestions and recommendations in terms of communication and collaboration between topics and special projects.