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SAT.1 Bayern reports in the current broadcast "Technology of the future? New battery for e-mobility" about the solid-state battery research at the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry (TEC) and the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb).

In a new publication at the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry the effect of catalyst conductivity on interfacial resistances in PEM water electrolyzers is investigated.

The catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to methane and also methanol represent central research questions in the field of Power-to-X at Chair 1 of Technical Chemistry.

The new Chair of Sustainable Drivetrains was founded within the TUM School of Engineering and Design on 1st October 2021. It is part of the Department Mobility Systems Engineering and it is lead by Professor Malte Jaensch, PhD. The Chair works on topics such as sustainable fuels, hydrogen, and electric drivetrains.

A novel approach combining electrolysis and oxygenated entrained flow gasification enables high carbon efficiency in the production of sustainable Fischer-Tropsch fuels. This power-and-biomass-to-liquid (PBtL) process combines the concepts of using biomass as a carbon and energy source (biomass-to-liquid) and hydrogen as an energy carrier derived from carbon-neutral renewables (power-to-liquid).


MEP Research News

SAT.1 Bayern reports in the current broadcast "Technology of the future? New battery for e-mobility" about the solid-state battery research at the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry (TEC) and the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb).

In a new publication at the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry the effect of catalyst conductivity on interfacial resistances in PEM water electrolyzers is investigated.

The catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to methane and also methanol represent central research questions in the field of Power-to-X at Chair 1 of Technical Chemistry.

The new Chair of Sustainable Drivetrains was founded within the TUM School of Engineering and Design on 1st October 2021. It is part of the Department Mobility Systems Engineering and it is lead by Professor Malte Jaensch, PhD. The Chair works on topics such as sustainable fuels, hydrogen, and electric drivetrains.

A novel approach combining electrolysis and oxygenated entrained flow gasification enables high carbon efficiency in the production of sustainable Fischer-Tropsch fuels. This power-and-biomass-to-liquid (PBtL) process combines the concepts of using biomass as a carbon and energy source (biomass-to-liquid) and hydrogen as an energy carrier derived from carbon-neutral renewables (power-to-liquid).