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14.05.2020

Humboldt-Forschungs- stipendium für Liping Wang

Dr. Liping Wang wird mit einem der rund 500 im Jahr vergebenen Alexander von Humboldt-Forschungsstipendien für Postdoktoranden für zwei Jahre im Exzellenzcluster unter der Leitung von Prof. Maximilian…

20.04.2020

Montaha Anjass erhält Margarete von Wrangell Förderung

Mit der 5-jährigen Förderung wird Dr. Montaha Anjass, bisher wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin beim Helmholtz-Institut Ulm und bei POLiS, ihre wissenschaftliche Karriere bis zur Habilitation finanziell…

26.03.2020

Erfinden der nachhaltigen Batterien der Zukunft

Die europäische groß angelegte Forschungsinitiative BATTERY 2030+ stellt die langfristige Forschungs-Roadmap vor, die die Maßnahmen umreißt, die erforderlich sind, um die nachhaltigen Batterien der…

06.03.2020

POLiS finanziert 5 neue Forschungsprojekte

Der POLiS-Vorstand fördert aus seiner Rücklage fünf Projekte mit einem Gesamtvolumen von rund 600.000 Euro, die das aktuelle Forschungsprogramm des Clusters ergänzen. Aus 16 Anträgen gingen diejenigen…

20.02.2020

Erster Blockkurs der Graduiertenschule

Die Graduiertenschule „Electrochemical Energy Storage“ richtete vom 16. bis 20. Februar den Blockkurs "Materials, Functioning and Technology of Batteries" auf Schloss Reisensburg, einem…

04.02.2020

Ausstellung „Akku Alle?!

Im Rahmen der Jubiläumsfeierlichkeiten der Stadt Ulm unter dem Titel "Berblinger 2020" richtet POLiS gemeinsam mit dem Helmholtz-Institut eine Batterie-Ausstellung in der Ulmer Innenstadt aus.

09.01.2020

DFG besucht POLiS

Erstmals besuchten Vertreterinnen der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) den Exzellenzcluster POLiS an seinem Standort Ulm. Im Mittelpunkt der Gespräche mit dem POLiS Vorstand und…

16.12.2019

Wir suchen Doktoranden

POLiS und die Graduiertenschule Electrochemical Energy Storage (GS-EES) bieten bis zu 11 Doktorandenstellen (E13) in verschiedenen Forschungsbereichen der elektrochemischen Energiespeicherung an.

02.12.2019

Call for Proposals 2020

Unser erster Call for Proposals richtet sich an Postdocs und Gruppenleiter, die neue Wege in der Post-Lithium-Welt gehen möchten. Die Anträge müssen bis zum 5. Januar 2020 eingereicht und mithilfe der…

28.10.2019

Buch zu Magnesium-Batterien

Am 26. September 2019 veröffentlichte Prof. Dr. Maximilian Fichtner, Sprecher von POLiS, das erste vollumfassende Buch zum Thema "Magnesium-Batterien: Forschung und Anwendungen" (1. Auflage).

10.10.2019

Calcium-Batterien: Neue Elektrolyte

POLiS-Forscher am KIT entwickeln erstmals Elektrolyte für Calcium-Batterien mit nützlichen Eigenschaften bei Raumtemperatur. Calciumbasierte Batterien versprechen eine kostengünstige Produktion und…

 

Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

Short Course and Thin Film Technology Forum 2024

15th Short Course on Coating and Drying of Thin Films and 8th Thin Film Technology Forum will take place from June 3rd to June 7th 2024

 

The short course Coating and Drying of Thin Films addresses engineers, scientists and technicians working in the areas of coatings, functional films, direct printing, inkjet printing, sensors, adhesives, paints, automotive coatings, patches, optical foils, tapes, diagnostics, membranes, printed electronics, fuel cells and battery coatings, who intend to get insight into more
fundamental aspects with industrial applications or to deepen their expertise. Leading national and international scientists
and experts from academia and industry will report on topics of coating technologies, rheology, preparation of coating fluids
and about fundamentals and industrial aspects of drying technology. Coating and printing processes and drying technology
are explained interactively by easily accessible examples and in a practical workshop in the TFT Coating and Printing Lab instructed by TFT staff members. The 8th Thin Film Technology Forum will take place on the last
two days virtual, where renowned scientists will present and discuss new trends in industry and academia with a focus on advances in processing of functional films, electrodes for battery, fuel cell and electrolyzer applications.
The Short Course and the TFT Forum provide a platform for scientific and technical exchange with advanced learning.

5th International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries (MagBatt V)

The 5th International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries (MagBatt V) will take place from September 18 to 20, 2024 in Ulm, Germany. As always we will welcome some of the world's top battery speakers. The conference will feature contributions on magnesium, calcium, zinc and aluminum batteries. The aim of the conference is to present and discuss the recent state-of-the-art and the progress in the post-lithium field.

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

ESPE23 – European Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes for Battery Applications

25 - 27 September 2023

Where: KIT Campus South 

Scientific organizers: Fabian Jeschull, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Patrick Théato, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Dominik Voll, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Christian Schmitt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Daniel Brandell, Uppsala University

Polymer electrolytes have a long history in battery research and both material development and our fundamental understanding of ion transport mechanisms in polymers has evolved with it. Today, we are standing at the crossroads overseeing many possible winding paths down battery lane with a multitude of battery technologies to choose from. Diversification in many different cell chemistries opens new avenues to explore and encourages to revisit some concepts and findings of past days.

The pandemic has made it difficult for our community to meet and exchange, which has become clear during the International Symposium of Polymer Electrolytes (ISPE17) in Canada October 2022. While we remain dedicated to other international communities, not least the ISPE, we, the Organizers, feel that a more limited meeting in terms of scope and geographical target group would be highly appreciated. It is our ambition to assemble primarily the European academic research community in this area, including a large number of PhD students other newcomers, together with relevant researchers from industry this year at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany for the first European Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes for Battery Applications (ESPE23) hosted from September 25th to 27th 2023.

We would like to give newcomers to the field the opportunity to meet leading experts, present their latest results, network and find new colleagues and friends to advance the development of polymer electrolytes together. Furthermore, we would like to encourage PhD students of our Center of electrochemical energy storage (CELEST) as well as our research cluster for post-Li storage (POLiS) to join this meeting in the framework of a workshop module of the Graduate school of electrochemical energy storage (GS-EES) to get in touch with the latest trends and advances in this exciting area.

We hope to see many of you this September in Karlsruhe!

The Organizers

Fabian Jeschull, Patrick Théato, Dominik Voll, Christian Schmitt, Daniel Brandell

 

Further information here.

Workshop "Meet the Coach"

11. September 2023; 9 Uhr bis 12 Uhr

Wo: Online 

Wir laden Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aller Karrierestufen ein, sich persönlich weiterzuentwickeln und bieten die einmalige Gelegenheit, in Speed-Dating-Sessions möglichst passgenaue Coaching-Angebote auszuwählen. Gerade, wenn es um die eigene berufliche und persönliche Entwicklung geht, ist ein kompetenter Blick von außen hilfreich!

Um eine passende Coaching-Verbindung zu finden, können die Teilnehmer die einzelnen Coaches und deren Themenschwerpunkte kennenlernen. Die Themen reichen von gewinnbringendem Konfliktmanagement (in alle Richtungen), insbesondere in internationalen Forschungsgruppen, über Führungskompetenz, Karriereplanung und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung bis hin zur Herausstellung der eigenen Fähigkeiten und Stärken sowie Fragen zur gewinnbringenden Unterstützung und erfolgreichen Vernetzung in der Wissenschaft.

Im Anschluss an die Veranstaltung haben die teilnehmenden Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler die Möglichkeit, Gruppencoachings oder Einzelcoachings zu buchen.

Zielgruppen: Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler des Exzellenzclusters POLiS auf allen Karrierestufen.

Bitte melden Sie sich bis zum 8. September 2023 an.

 

Materials and Energy ‐ New Directions for the “Energiewende” - 773. WE-Heraeus-Seminar

23 Oct - 27 Oct 2022

Where: Physikzentrum Bad Honnef

Scientific organizers: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Janek, U Gießen, Germany • Prof. Dr. Christof Schulz, U Duisburg‐Essen, Germany

“Energy” and “Materials” have an overarching importance for the future development of our society. They are coupled in multiple ways ranging from fundamental science to real-world applications. Analyzing their intricate relationship as energy–materials nexus, however, is a new approach. On the fundamental physics side, the control of quantum processes in real time under non-equilibrium conditions will have practical implications for bringing the understanding and discovery of materials and the development of process design concepts to the next level. In the field of materials science, novel functional materials for energy conversion and storage and their processing towards usable devices (batteries, water splitting, fuel cells, catalysis) aims at efficient pathways for energy conversion and storage. This field benefits from a combination of fundamental understanding as well as combinatorial materials discovery and informatics to find new materials that combine application-related efficacy with availability on the level of raw materials.
Sustainability aspects require considering the entire chain of synthesis, processing, and application and thus finding optimum solutions through techno-economical multi-criteria analysis. In this context, novel energy- and resource-efficient materials processes are highly relevant for industry such as steel manufacturing, smelting, chemical industries as well as for the targeted production of high-performance materials by reduction of the number of processing steps, e.g., through additive manufacturing, and recycling. Novel high-performance materials, finally, play an enabling role for the engineering of energy-efficient technologies, such as through lightweight high-strength materials for mobility and civil engineering, high-temperature materials for turbine blades, and corrosion-resistant materials for operation under extreme conditions.

This WE-Heraeus Seminar aims at connecting “Energy” and “Materials” in a new way and steering thinking and research in new directions.

The conference language will be English. The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus-Foundation bears the cost of full-board accommodation for all participants.

 

 

Computational modelling of batteries: First-principles quantum chemistry meets continuum approaches

Workshop October 23-26, 2022

Castle Reisensburg near Ulm

Organizers: Axel Groß (Ulm University), Arnulf Latz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm)

Aufgrund der Bedeutung der elektrochemischen Energiespeicherung für unsere zukünftige nachhaltige Energieversorgung besteht ein weltweites verstärktes Interesse and Forschungs- und Entwicklungsaktivitäten bezüglich wiederaufladbarer Batterien. Die rechnergestützte Modellierung von Strukturen und Prozessen in Batterien gewinnt dabei an Bedeutung, zum Einen, um ein vertieftes Verständnis der grundlegenden Vorgänge beim Betrieb von Batterien zu erhalten, zum Anderen als einen Beitrag zur Entwicklung von Batterien mit verbesserten Eigenschaften. Aus theoretischer und numerischer Sicht ist die Modellierung von Batterien im hohen Maße herausfordernd aufgrund der Komplexität der Strukturen und Prozesse  in der Anode, dem Elektrolyt und der Kathode von Batterien und an ihren Grenzflächen. Typischerweise tragen Eigenschaften auf sehr verschiedenen Längen- und Zeitskalen zur Leistungsfähigkeit von Batterien bei, was einen Multiskalenansatz erfordert.

Allerdings ist der Kontakt zwischen den Wissenschaftlergruppen, die atomistischen und Kontinuumsstudien von Batterien durchführen, häufig noch recht eingeschränkt. Daher sollen dieser Workshop Experten von beiden wissenschaftlichen Gemeinschaften zusammenbringen, auf der einen Seite Forscher, die ab initio Elektronenstrukturrechnungen zur Bestimmung von Eigenschaften auf atomaren Niveau durchführen, auf der anderen Seite Forscher, die Kontinuumsmethoden auf mesoskopischen und makroskopischen Zeit- und Längenskalen benutzen. Das erste Ziel dieses Workshops wird es sein, zu einem besseren gegenseitigem Verständnis der jeweiligen Konzepte und Ansätze in beiden Feldern zu führen. Basierend auf diesem verbesserten Verständnis sollte dieser Workshop dann auch idealerweise Kooperation zwischen beiden Feldern initiieren.

Der Workshop wird unterstützt durch den Exzellenzcluster POLiS, die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) und das europäische Psi-k Network für Elektronenstrukturrechnungen.

 

 

4th International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries (MagBatt IV)

4th International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries (MagBatt IV)

September 6 to 8, 2022 in Ulm, Germany

The 4th International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries (MagBatt IV) will take place from September 6 to 8, 2022 in Ulm, Germany. As always we will welcome some of the world's top battery speakers. This time we extend the program with calcium, zinc and aluminum batteries. The aim of the conference is to present and discuss the recent state-of-the-art and the progress in the post-lithium field. 

 

Short Course and Thin Film Technology Forum 2022

13th Short Course on Coating and Drying of Thin Films and 6th Thin Film Technology Forum will take place from May 9th to May 13th 2022 as a virtual event

 

The short course Coating and Drying of Thin Films addresses engineers, scientists and technicians working in the areas of coatings, functional films, direct printing, inkjet printing, sensors, adhesives, paints, automotive coatings, patches, optical foils, tapes, diagnostics, membranes, printed electronics, fuel cells and battery coatings, who intend to get insight into more
fundamental aspects with industrial applications or to deepen their expertise. Leading national and international scientists
and experts from academia and industry will report on topics of coating technologies, rheology, preparation of coating fluids
and about fundamentals and industrial aspects of drying technology. Coating and printing processes and drying technology
are explained interactively by easily accessible examples and in a practical workshop in the TFT Coating and Printing Lab instructed (virtually) by TFT staff members (see photos below). The 6th Thin Film Technology Forum will take place on the last
two days, where renowned scientists will present and discuss new trends in industry and academia with a focus on advances in processing of functional films, electrodes for battery, fuel cell and electrolyzer applications.
The Short Course and the TFT Forum provide a platform for scientific and technical exchange with advanced learning.

Workshop: Emerging Technologies – From Research To Manufacturing

Technology - Update and Networking

Online Workshop

April 4th, 2022 at 9 am

Deadline Registration: March 13th

The Cluster of Excellence POLiS offers its researchers a platform to transfer their developments into the industry. At the same time, POLiS benefits from the expertise of their industry partners to perform application-oriented research. The workshop „Emerging Technologies - From Research to Manufacturing“ features presentations from lead industry in the field of batteries fabrication and matching presentations from POLiS research on the latest results. The event offers mutual and intimate exchange of hot topics and fresh ideas in the field of next generation batteries, with plenty of space for meetings and open discussions.

 

ModVal18 - 18th Symposium on Modeling and Experimental Validation of Electrochemical Energy Technologies

ModVal18

March 14-16, 2022, Schloss Hohenkammer, GERMANY

ModVal18 is the 18th event of an international symposium on Modeling and Experimental Validation on fuel cells and batteries. Initiated in 2004, the symposium aims to connect researchers in academia and industry as well as theorists and experimentalists. Taking place every year in March, the venue alternates between Germany and Switzerland and is always hosted by an academic institution. This time it is organized by the DLR-Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics situated in Stuttgart.

GOAL & FOCUS

Focus of the symposium is to present and discuss the latest research, the advances made in modeling, as well as in experimental work for model validation for fuel cells, batteries and electrolysis.

Over 100 attendees will be expected and will have the opportunity to extend their networking promoting new research collaborations.

 

Lectures at CISM course "Batteries - Basic Principles, Experimental Investigations and Modeling across Scales"

CISM
Hybrid Lectures
Date: Sept. 20, '21 to Sept. 24, '21

Lectures by our members:

Jürgen Janek

6 lectures on: Overview on experimental approaches assessing cell behavior on different levels (atomistic, component, cell level). Electrochemical techniques, diffraction, spectroscopy, microscopy (in situ/operando). Transport of ions/electrons in active materials and electrolytes, interface kinetics, thermal and mechanical properties. Evaluation of energy, power density, capacity fading, aging, etc.

Arnulf Latz

6 lectures on: Non equilibrium thermodynamics and statistical physics for ionic materials in electric fields. Free energy based derivation of transport theories and complex double layer formation in highly concentrated electrolytes. Models for electrochemical reactions. Microstructure resolved models of batteries. Upscaling from microstructure to extended porous electrode theory.

 

Post-Lithium Research: Women in Focus

Post-Lithium Research: Women in Focus
Virtual Workshop
Date: 27th - 28th of July 2021

The aim of this international virtual workshop is to highlight the role of women in state-of-the-art Post-Li energy storage research. The workshop will cover various topics from fundamental material and electrolyte research to advanced characterization and applications. Although significant progress in „bridging the gap” can be observed in recent years, female students and researchers in STEM subjects are still underrepresented. This workshop will bring together leading female scientists in Post-Li energy storage.

 

Ausstellung „Akku Alle?! – Elektromobilität und Energiespeicher“

Ausstellung
Ausstellung Akku Alle
4. Juni - 8. August 2021
Münsterplatzes 25

Die Ausstellung „Akku Alle?! – Elektromobilität und Energiespeicher“ zeigt die komplette Bandbreite der Ulmer Batterieforschung. Neben einer „Blackout“-Simulation für Ulm, bei der ein mehrtägiger Stromausfall im Donau-Illertal simuliert wird, werden hochkarätige Exponate aller beteiligter Wissenschaftsinstitute ausgestellt. So auch das Wasserstoffflugzeug Hy4 des DLR.

Symposium KIT Future Fields - Design for circular economy

Industrietag

Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Kölch, EVA Fahrzeugtechnik

25.02.2021, 15:30 - 17:00

Kostenloses Web-Event

CV Dr.-Ing.Kölch:

Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Kölch did his doctorate at the Technical University of Munich on exhaust gas scrubbing of diesel engines powered by plant oil. As a post doctorate he studied the durability of PEM fuel cells at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) in Ulm. He has worked at EVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH for more than 16 years in various fields such as powertrain pre-development of alternative fuels, hydrogen/electric mobility infrastructure issues, upstream chain considerations, charging issues and the second life of used electric vehicle batteries.

Along with his work at EVA Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH, Dr. Kölch is also an associate lecturer at the Ingolstadt Technical University for the subjects “Electric mobility and alternative drive concepts in the automotive industry” and “Political and social trends in the field of mobility.”

 

3rd International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries

Symposium Vortrag
3rd International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries
8. und 9. September 2020
Kostenlose Web-Konferenz

Das 3rd International Symposium on Magnesium Batteries richtet sich an die Forschungsgemeinschaft in diesem schnell wachsenden Bereich. Ziel des Symposiums ist es, den aktuellen Stand der Technik und die Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Magnesium-Batterien vorzustellen und zu diskutieren. Am zweiten Tag wird das größte europäische Projekt zu Mg-Batterien, das 'E-MAGIC'-Projekt, seine Ergebnisse präsentieren.

 

StorageX International Symposium - From academic breakthroughs to technological impact

Stanford

Stanford Energy’s StorageX Initiative brings together Stanford faculty from materials science to computer science to economics to tackle the dominant challenges in energy storage. By addressing gaps between academic and industrial R&D, StorageX aims to accelerate the development and implementation of revolutionary energy storage technologies and concepts.

StorageX International Symposium

This week's StorageX International Symposium will feature Prof. Jürgen Janek of the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, and BELLA, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, speaking on "Solid State Batteries and their Challenges;"
and Prof. Linda Nazar, University of Waterloo, presenting "Design 'Rules' for Solid State Electrolytes in Solid State Batteries."

 
Friday, June 5, at 4 pm German time.
Registration is free and open to the public.

Battery 2030+ - European Perspectives on Batteries of the Future

Battery 2030+ - European Perspectives on Batteries of the Future

Das Zentrum für elektrochemische Energiespeicherung Ulm-Karlsruhe (CELEST) veranstaltete am 25. und 26. Mai 2020 eine webbasierte wissenschaftliche Konferenz, um die Perspektiven für zukünftige Batterien in Europa zu diskutieren. Die Konferenz war eine Präsentation der in Europa durchgeführten Forschungsarbeiten im Zusammenhang mit der neu eingeführten Roadmap BATTERY 2030+. Ihr Zweck war es, die wissenschaftlichen Diskussionen innerhalb der Gemeinschaft BATTERIE 2030+ als Grundlage für die nächste Phase, als groß angelegte Forschungsinitiative, in Gang zu setzen.

POLiS Seminar

2024

Date Presenter Affiliation Title Links
24 January 2024 Katarzyna Hofman
Andreas Heyn
KIT
KIT
Effect of Mechanical Properties on Processability and Electrochemical Performance of Aqueous Processed Graphite Anodes for Lithium-ion Batteries
Hierarchically Structured Potassium-Vanadium-Phosphate/C Composites As High-Voltage Cathodic Materials for Potassium-Ion-Batteries
tba
28 February 2024 Prof. Kothandaraman Ramanujam Indian Institute of Technology Madras Redox Flow Batteries Abstract
27 March 2024 Xuebin Wu
Ruochen Xu
KIT
KIT
Material and Process Development for Aqueously Processed Post-Lithium Batteries
Upscaling and Synthesis Control of Layered Oxide Cathodes for Sodium-ion Batteries
tba
24 April 2024 Eric Link, Sebastian Schmid Siemens Industry Software GmbH Simulation Tools and Processes in Battery R+D tba
22 May 2024 Dr. Pieremanuele Canepa University of Houston NaSICON electrode and electrolyte materials tba

2023

Date Presenter Affiliation Title Links
14 November 2023 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Maren Lepple JLU Gießen Ceramics for efficient energy conversion and storage – Material development based on thermodynamic considerations
10 November 2023 Dr. Arnd Koeppe KIT Data-integrated Artificial Intelligence for Battery Materials
8 November 2023 Dr. Gudrun Damm University of Konstanz | stellv. Vorsitzende vom Bundesverband Mentoring in der Wissenschaft Mentoring in Science
2 November 2023 Dr. Anja Henß JLU Gießen Interface Characterization in Battery Research Video
25 October 2023 Prof. Dr. Mika Lindén Ulm University Raman mapping - a valuable tool for local compositional analysis of cathode materials
23 October 2023 Dr. Sabine Richert University of Freiburg Exploring spin communication in molecular materials
18 October 2023 Prof. Dr. Kerstin Leopold Ulm University Green trace element analysis - A key to innovative interdisciplinary research
10 October 2023 Jun.-Prof. Dr. Corina Andronescu University Duisburg-Essen Catalyst discovery for energy conversion reactions - from single testing to high-throughput experimentation
27 September 2023 Dr. Kristina Pfeifer Daimler Trucks Mercedes-Benz Trucks- Zero Emission and Future Transportation Development
20 September 2023 Dr. Hanna-Noa Barad Bar-Ilan University Rational design of new electrocatalytic materials for energy and sustainability Video
28 June 2023 Dr. Aleksandr Kondrakov BELLA Lab (BASF/KIT) Tailoring high Ni cathode materials for solid state batteries and advancements in the single crystal synthesis Video
7 June 2023 Prof. Dr. Amreesh Chandra Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Pseudo-2D to Real-Two Dimensional Nanostructures: Their Use in High Performing Energy Storage Devices Abstract
24 May 2023 Fuzhan Rahmanian
Stefan Fuchs
KIT, HIU
KIT, HIU
Designing an explainable and chemistry-agnostic battery degradation model
Correlating high-throughput elechtrochmisty and spectroscopy for auto-SDC
26 April 2023 Dr. Philipp Rose PwC Strategy (Germany) GmbH Automotive EV Platforms - Chances for low cost cathode active materials
22 March 2023 Dr. Nicola Menegazzo Shell Global Solutions International B.V. Using technoeconomics to guide research in energy storage Abstract
22 February 2023 Michelle Allion
Florin Adler
KIT, IAM-ET
Ulm University
Pseudo 2-Dimensional Modeling of Sodium-ion Half-Cells
Development of Multivalent Metal Batteries using Organic Redox Systems as Electrode Materials
25 January 2023 Dr. Montaha Anjass KIT, Ulm University Vanadium oxides based composite electrodes for (post-) lithium battery systems

2022

Date Presenter Affiliation Title Links
30 November 2022 Laurin Derr KIT Half-Cell Microcalorimetry - Insertion of Sodium into Hard Carbon
26 October 2022 Dr. Iurii Timrov Theory and Simulation of Materials (THEOS), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) Accurate electronic properties and intercalation voltages of Li-ion battery cathode materials from DFT+U+V Video
28 September 2022 Iurii Panasenko
Alexander Vogt
Florin Adler
IAM-EES
IAM-EES
Ulm University
tba
27 July 2022 Linda Nazar University of Waterloo Stabilizing NCM Cathode Materials to 4.8 V in All Solid State Batteries Abstract
29 June 2022 Markus Reischl KIT - Institute of Applied Informatics Methods and prospects of machine learning applied to challenges in crystallography Abstract
25 May 2022 Maria Rosa Palacin Peiró Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) Post-Li-ion batteries: promises and challenges of Ca-based concepts
27 April 2022 Christiane Adler P3 Consulting Current technology roadmap – Li-ion and next-gen technology solutions for the automotive industry Abstract
6 April 2022 Jelena Popovic-Neuber Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Interfacial chemistry and electrolyte approaches for next generation batteries Abstract
23 March 2022 Birgit Esser Ulm University Tuning the Performance of Phenothiazine-based Polymers as Positive Electrode Materials for Post-Li Batteries
26 January 2022 Holger Euchner Ulm University Intercalation mechanism of alkali metal ions in carbon based anodes

2021

Date Presenter Affiliation Title Links
22 December 2021 Maximilian Fichtner KIT (HIU) Holiday Highlights
24 November 2021 Sonia Dsoke KIT (IAM-ESS) Tackling the bath to Aluminium batteries - challenges and perspectives
20 October 2021 Daniel Schneider KIT (IAM-CMS) Multiphase-field modelling of interfacial motions in electrode microstructures
28 July 2021 Equal Opportunity Event "Women in Science"
23 June 2021 Zhenyou Li KIT (HIU) Anion-dominated redox chemistry for high energy and fast kinetic multivalent rechargeable batteries
26 May 2021 Fabian Jeschull KIT (IAM-ESS) All-solid potassium batteries – a polymer electrolyte approach

 

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