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Today, after almost two years of collaboration in the TUM.Battery network, we can look back on a very successful time. Despite the challenges that Covid-19 pandemic brought to all of us, with restricted laboratory operations in spring and again towards the end of the year, numerous publications and project starts could be reported this year. [more]

Red-phosphorus-impregnated carbon nanofibers for sodium-ion batteries and liquefaction of red phosphorus / Yihang Liu, Qingzhou Liu, Cheng Jian, Dingzhou Cui, Mingrui Chen, Zhen Li, Teng Li , Tom Nilges, Kai He, Zheng Jia & Chongwu Zhou / Nature Communications / Nature communications 11.1 (2020): 1-8 - DOI [more]

The Munich School of Engineering and the cooperating partners are looking forward to the cooperation in the joint research undertaking “STROM” and are grateful for the funding of the “Bayerische Forschungsstiftung” and the involved industrial partners. Further information in German language only can be found here: https://forschungsstiftung.de. [more]

In the new publication in Cell Reports Physical Science present the researchers at the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology – EES an optimization framework that allows the stacking of the following applications on a single battery storage: frequency containment reserve, peak shaving, self-consumption increase, and spot-market trading. It shows that by tapping into... [more]

Scientists at the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology – EES report on their results of various electrically cross-linked, physicochemical-thermal simulations with variable system terminal in their last publication in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. Within interconnected battery modules or systems, an inhomogeneous current distribution between... [more]


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Red-phosphorus-impregnated carbon nanofibers for sodium-ion batteries and liquefaction of red phosphorus / Yihang Liu, Qingzhou Liu, Cheng Jian, Dingzhou Cui, Mingrui Chen, Zhen Li, Teng Li , Tom Nilges, Kai He, Zheng Jia & Chongwu Zhou / Nature Communications / Nature communications 11.1 (2020): 1-8 - DOI [more]

In the new publication in Cell Reports Physical Science present the researchers at the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology – EES an optimization framework that allows the stacking of the following applications on a single battery storage: frequency containment reserve, peak shaving, self-consumption increase, and spot-market trading. It shows that by tapping into... [more]

Scientists at the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology – EES report on their results of various electrically cross-linked, physicochemical-thermal simulations with variable system terminal in their last publication in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. Within interconnected battery modules or systems, an inhomogeneous current distribution between... [more]

In the publication published in Journal "Chemistry of Materials" of the Chair of Inorganic Chemistry with Focus on Novel Materials as well as the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry in collaboration with the University of Augsburg report the scientist about their recent progress on the modification and synthesis of Lithium Phosphidotetrelates as a novel class of fast lithium ion... [more]

Latest publications of Chair of Technical Electrochemistry report about several novel surface treatments to enhance the electrochemical performance and robustness of lithium and manganese-rich cathode materials for application in lithium ion batteries. SO3 Treatment of Lithium- and Manganese-Rich NCMs for Li-Ion Batteries: Enhanced Robustness towards Humid Ambient Air and... [more]