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Save the Date: November 10–12, 2020
E/HV Tech Expo Digital Days Schedule Viewer

Welcome to the The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Digital Days Conference Session Viewer. Browse and sort the growing list of sessions by day, time, pass type, topic, or format. All session times are shown in Eastern Time, except 3rd day (November 12th) EU Conference Pass sessions are in Central European Time. Check out the event Conference Page for more information related to the event schedule. Register for Digital Days and login to the event platform to begin bookmarking sessions, building your schedule, and accessing whitepapers.

Mark SholinCo-founder & President Admiral Instruments

Mark Sholin, President of Admiral Instruments, is on a mission to make the next generation of electrochemistry instruments truly accessible worldwide. Since co-founding Admiral Instruments in February 2017, Mark’s team has supplied Squidstat potentiostats to hundreds of customers across 30 countries, including Fortune 50 companies, prestigious universities, high-profile startups, and government research labs. Mark earned his bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arizona in 2010, and subsequently spent a year as a Graduate Research Associate at Arizona State University studying microbial fuel cells for industrial water treatment applications. In 2011, Mark founded a company called Arbsource to scale-up microbial fuel cell technology with the goal of inventing more rapid, energy-efficient wastewater treatment solutions. During his five years as the founder & CEO of Arbsource, Mark led a team of engineers as a Principal Investigator through SBIR projects with the US Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, and several commercially funded efforts before selling to a privately-held company in 2015.