On September 28, 2021 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. iBAT will be holding an on site workshop that applies the Design Thinking approach to the topic of E-Mobility Batteries – looking at pack level innovations
Batteries for E-Mobility – looking at pack level innovations
Cells, whether they are traditional lithium ion or next generation chemistries, need to be assembled into modules and packs in order to make them usable for OEMs. Intelligent battery management systems, advanced cooling solutions and increasing the battery pack densities can offer just as much improvement as an alteration in the fundamental cell chemistry. Innovations in these areas also tend to be cell agnostics making them an attractive area for the e-mobility supply chain.
10′ – Introduction to the iBAT.swiss workshop series
4×10′ – Impulse talks
- Open-Source battery management system hard- and software – create IP where it matters?
Andrea Vezzini, Professor, Berner Fachhochschule
- Advanced Cooling Systems – increase thermal performance while energy density increases?
Gerhard Rizzo, Professor, Fachhochschule OST
- Safety in battery design – developing safe batteries and keep cost under control?
Marcel Held, Senior Engineer, Empa
- Lightweighting of battery systems – without compromise on structural integrity?
Christian Ochsenbein, Head of SBTC, Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne
10‘ – Introduction to design thinking
Emmanuel Reuter, Assistant Professor of Innovation Management, University of Neuchâtel
60‘ – Interactive working sessions
30′ – Presentation of results and wrap-up
Register until 24.09. 12:00 – limited number of participants.
Free for iBAT members | 50CHF workshop fee for non-iBAT members
(free membership in 2021, join iBAT here).
Physical Event at:
Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne AG
Valid covid certificate (vaccinated, recovered, tested) will be required on premises