Research Training Group SIMET

The research training group SiMET aims at the qualification of doctoral researchers pursuing an interdisciplinary approach in their theses in order to substantially advance modelling and numerical simulation techniques for Lithium-ion-batteries. Special challenges for modelling and simulation arise from both the multi-scalarity of the battery cells (particle, electrode pair and full cell) as well as the multi-disciplinarity of the fundamental (electrical/electrochemical, thermal, and mechanical) processes.
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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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