At this year's Battery Forum, the Poster Prize went to the Technische Universität München. Robert Morasch from the Department of Technical Electrochemistry won the prize over € 1,000 for his contribution Detection of Binder Migration using Impedance Spectroscopy and its Influence on the Tortuosity of Li_Ion Battery Electrodes.
In addition, numerous other research and project results were…
This week the Battery Forum takes place in Berlin for the 7th time. The event is organised by the competence network lithium-ion batteries (KLiB), which is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The forum provides an excellent platform for exchange between politicians, researchers and actors from industry.
Partners of TUM battery research will als be there to present…
At the beginning of the year, the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology, EES starts three projects in the field of battery research:
Project iMoBatt, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi): The project aim is to reduce the costs of energy storage systems. The entire product cycle is considered from design and development to production and installation,…
Nathalie Riphaus, Barbara Stiaszny, Hans Beyer, Sylvio Indris, Hubert A. Gasteiger, and Stefan J. Sedlmaier Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, TUM pubished the article 'Understanding Chemical Stability Issues between Different Solid Electrolytes in All-Solid-State Batteries'.
April 2019 - EES wins the award "Best Review Paper 2017"
The review paper entitled: “Lithium-Ion Battery Storage for the Grid — A Review of Stationary Battery Storage System Design Tailored for Applications in Modern Power Grids.” has been selected for the first prize award and winner in the category “Best Review Paper 2017” by the expert committee of MDPI Energies. Read more here.
Daniel Pritzl, Andreas E. Bumberger, Morten Wetjen, Johannes Landesfeind, Sophie Solchenbach and Hubert A. Gasteiger, Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, TUM pubished the article 'Identifying Contact Resistances in High-Voltage Cathodes by Impedance Spectroscopy'.
The following publications of the Chair for Theoretical Chemistry are relevant in the field of battery research:
Implications of Occupational Disorder on Ion Mobility in Li4Ti5O12 Battery Materials H.H. Heenen, C. Scheurer, and K. Reuter, Nano Lett. 17, 3884 (2017).MORE / DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b01400Chemical Shift Reference Scale for Li Solid State NMR Derived by First-Principles DFT…
According to a recent ranking, the article Oxygen Release and Its Effect on the Cycling Stability of LiNixMnyCozO2 (NMC) Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries published at the TEC chair, belongs to the most downloaded articles of the JES (Journal the Electrochemical Society) in the fourth quarter of 2018 in the area of batteries and energy storage.
The article was published in 2017, you can…