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How Molecular Design of Thermal Interface Materials Can Benefit EV Battery Assembly
• Importance of gap filler and adhesive solutions for battery assembly
• Importance of processing for gap filler and adhesive solutions
• Key challenges faced with high thermal conductivity materials
• Key application relevant properties of interest for gap fillers and adhesives
• Engineering the molecular network to optimize processing, handling, and long term performance
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Praveen Agarwal
Research Scientist @Dow
Praveen Agarwal is currently a Research Scientist at Dow in Lake Jackson, TX, USA. He received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and his undergraduate from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He currently leads the development of thermally conductive materials for EV battery assembly application.
Yuri Alencar
Senior R&D Leader, Polyurethane Product R&D @Dow
Yuri joined Dow in 2007 joined Dow in 2007 as Specialty Chemicals TS&D in São Paulo, Brazil, supporting customers and driving application and product development across all Latin America. In 2013, he relocated to Freeport, Texas, to join the Industrial Solutions Product and Applications R&D group, where he worked with the business and key strategic customers to understand global trends and technical gaps within the Crop Defense product portfolio. In 2016, he became the Crop Defense Global Innovation Leader. In April 2019, Yuri joined the Polyurethane business to lead the NA Product R&D team where he works with the global marketing and commercial teams to develop the technical strategy, support the innovation pipeline, and lead a team of researchers developing the chemistry and material science for new PU products and applications in multiple market segments. He also currently sits on the Global PU Mobility Market Manage