The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the Ulm University (UUlm) and the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) Baden-Württemberg aim at widening and strengthening their collaboration
in the area of Electrochemical Energy Storage. The three institutions will co-operate on interdisciplinary research & development in this field ranging from basic research to technical applications
and on the qualification of students.
Founded on Jan 1, 2018, the Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage Ulm-Karlsruhe (CELEST) will plan, prepare and organize new joint endeavors in research, teaching, development and technology transfer.
CELEST shall act as a platform to improve communication, and to co-ordinate and further develop joint activities with other universities and research institutions as well as the industry, at home and abroad.
The three research areas of CELEST are
Alternative electrochemical storage and conversion devices
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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