The Graduate School Electrochemical Energy Storage (GS-EES) cordially invites you to the 1st part of
the Block Course 'Materials, Functioning and Technology of Batteries' which will take place from 16.02.2020 – 20.02.2020
at Schloss Reisensburg.
In addition to the overview about a broad range of scientific topics related to electrochemical energy storage the block course will also cover some additional skill training.
It is also a great opportunity to get to know your fellows doing their research in POLiS.
A preliminary timetable of the program is available at link.
Successful participation in both parts of the block course is mandatory part of the GS-EES program for doctoral researchers.
Post docs are also welcome to join the block course.
Expenses for food and accommodation will be covered by the GS-EES for POLiS affiliates.
Further information about Schloss Reisensburg link
before the 18.01.2020.
BATTERY2030+: Roadmap for battery research in Europe
In order to develop future batteries, partners from science and industry from all over Europe have launched the BATTERY 2030+ research initiative.
A roadmap specifies the milestones: a platform for material development using artificial intelligence (AI),
networked sensors and self-healing technology for batteries as well as sustainable manufacturing and recycling processes.
Via the research platform CELEST, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the University of Ulm and
the Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW) are involved in the consortium.
Freshly chosen Nobel Prize winner at ABAA12 in Ulm
M. Stanley Whittingham, John B. Goodenough, and Akira Yoshino receive the
Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their invention of the lithium-ion battery. M.
Stanley Whittingham was at the ABAA 12 (Advanced Lithium Batteries for
Automobile Applications) conference in Ulm when the news of the award went
around the world.
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