Final Days to Register

With constantly increasing market demands for higher energy density cells globally, it is critical that advances in chemistry and engineering for next generation batteries have a significant focus on safety. Accurate testing, modelling and battery management systems are critical for predicting and controlling the complex electrochemical, thermal, and mechanical behavior of LIBs. With streams focusing on both materials and engineering for safety, the 12th Annual Battery Safety Summit will bring together the key players from around the world to present the latest R&D advancements for integrating and implementing LIB safety to meet ever-increasing energy demands.

Here are just some of the organizations already registered: Apple, Amazon, AVL List, BMW, Caterpillar, Concorde Battery, Cummins Battery Systems, EaglePicher, East Penn, Exponent, Ford, GM, LG Chem, Mercedes Benz, MIT, NASA, NREL, Nissan, NIST, QuantumScape, Rivian Automotive, Rolls Royce, SAFT, Stanley Black & Decker, Toyota, UL, VARTA & many more.

Materials Stream

  • Safest next-generation battery chemistries
  • Solid-state battery safety
  • Modifying cell chemistry to improve thermal stability
  • Managing electrochemical reactions and material properties
  • Material development
  • Cathode, anode, electrolyte safety
  • Preventing safety issues caused by undesirable chemical reactions

Engineering Stream

  • Battery management systems
  • Predictive battery simulations
  • Thermal management modeling
  • Thermal runaway mitigation
  • Abuse tolerance and advanced testing
  • State of health (SOH)
  • State of charge (SOC)
  • Failure analysis
  • Systems-level research, evaluation


Cambridge EnerTech’s Mandatory Testing Policy

CET has instituted a mandatory testing policy for 2022. Learn more about our health and safety protocols.

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For program questions or suggestions, please contact:

Victoria Mosolgo
Conference Producer
T: 774.571.2999


For partnering and sponsorship info please contact:

Sherry Johnson
Senior Business Development Manager
T: 781.972.1359


For media and association partnerships, please contact:

Dave Mello
Director of Product Marketing
T: 781.972.5485