The 2010 International Conference on Advanced Capacitors, organized by The Electrochemical Society of Japan, will be held in May 31 - June 2, 2010, at KYOTO TERRSA, Japan.Various new aspects on all types of capacitors will be discussed in this three-day conference.
 The conference will cover all fundamental and practical aspects of capacitors, i.e., ceramic, film, aluminum electrolytic, tantalum, electric double-layer, electrochemical redox (pseudo) capacitors, and similar electrochemical energy conversion devices. Topics concerning capacitor performances for power uses such as electric vehicles and energy back-up (storage) application as well as materials for advanced capacitors (e.g., carbonaceous materials, polymers, metal oxides, composites), and new concept for fabricating high performance energy and power storage devices are welcome. 

Organized and Sponsored by

                            The Committee of Capacitor Technology,
                          The Electrochemical Society of Japan


Co-Sponsored by

The Committee of Battery Technology
The Electrochemical Society of Japan

The Carbon Society of Japan

The Society of Polymer Science, Japan

Invitation to ICAC2010

 You are cordially invited to participate in the 2010 International Conference on Advanced Capacitors (ICAC2010), to be held in Kyoto, Japan from May 31-June 2, 2010.
 The Committee of Capacitor Technology -ECSJ, now in its 17th year since establishment, is proud to announce the 2010 International Conference on Advanced Capacitors (ICAC2010). Following the previous conferences (ICAC2003, ICAC2007), which were also held in Kyoto, we hope that ICAC2010 will be one-of-its-kind, with international contribution from both academia and industry.
 Now we are at a global economy rapidly changing. Since the people's awareness to the global environmental issues is rapidly raising, the new business such as solar cells, electric vehiecles is attracting a lot of interests all around the world. Capacitors including an EDLC, a Li-ion Capacitor and an electrochemical capacitor are highly expected to play concrete roles as a high efficient energy storage device.
 ICAC2010 is a truly significant chance for showing the state-of-the-art R&D in this field. We look forward to welcoming you in early summer of 2010, and hope that you will take this opportunity to experience Kyoto, represented by 17 UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites.



Masayuki MORITA





Chairpersons, Organizing Committee, ICAC2010


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