Battery Tuesdays
Concept & Dates 2021

The concept of the “Battery Tuesdays” is that every research center in Switzerland that is active in battery research can present itself during one hour. The webinar always takes place on the first Tuesday of the month. During the webinar it is also possible to ask questions live and to get in contact with the researchers of the center. The webinar will be recorded and published on the website.

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SIPBB – Swiss Battery Technology Center

  • Networking Event Series – iBAT Battery Tuesdays on December 7 (16:00 – 17:00) presents:

    Institute of Management – UniNE (IMN) and Institute for Economy and the Environment at University of St. Gallen (IWÖ-HSG)

    The Institute of Management (IMN) at the University of Neuchâtel’s Faculty of Economic Sciences focuses on research and teaching relating to the management of organizations. The Chair for Innovation Management has expertise in research and teaching relating to innovation and change in organizations.

    The battery industry is predicted to witness a high growth potential in the years to come. This trend can drive success by pressing executives to rethink their business models. Although the alternatives for seizing opportunities are manifold and varied, they share one common theme: finding a sustainable position!

    At the Battery Tuesday event, Prof. Dr. Emmanuelle Reuter will introduce the research, teaching and outreach activities of the University of Neuchâtel’s Chair for Innovation Management.

    The presentation will feature:

    • An overview of selected research on innovation and change in organizations
    • An overview of selected research on business model innovation relating to battery-related applications in the electricity industry
    • An introduction into the executive education programme CAS “Outils de management public” and into the Master in innovation

    The Institute for Economy and the Environment (IWÖ-HSG) at University of St. Gallen is dedicated to research and teaching management of renewable energies and climate solutions. The Chair for Management of Renewable Energies has an expertise in investigating social acceptance and business models for renewable energies, electric mobility and smart grids. Various battery applications feature the cutting-edge research, ranging from prosumer applications, smart EV charging solutions to flexibility aggregation and renewable energy community solutions. Throughout these topics relevant contributions are made to support business model development and policy design by integrating customer preferences and simulation assessments of the customer-business interactions.

    At the Battery Tuesday event Prof. Dr. Merla Kubli will introduce the research, teaching and outreach activities of the Institute for Economy and Environment.

    The presentation will feature:

    • An overview of selected research on innovation and change in organizations
    • An overview of selected research on business model innovation relating to battery-related applications in the electricity industry
    • An introduction into the executive education programme CAS “Outils de management public” and into the Master in innovation

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Past events

  • Empa – Reliability Center – March 2nd

    Marcel Held, Corsin Battaglia and Rolf Widmer presented Empa’s competencies

  • University of Fribourg – Laboratory of Functional Organic Materials – April 6th

    Ali Coskun presented the competencies of the University of Fribourg

  • PSI Paul Scherrer Institute – Electrochemistry Laboratory – May 4th

    Sigita Trabesinger and Mario El Kazzi presented the competencies of the PSI

  • Battery research & development at CSEM – June 1st

    CSEM covers the entire battery landscape: From materials, through cells, to systems.

  • OST – Battery Research & E-Mobility – July 6th

    Power Electronics Laboratory

  • OST – Battery Research & E-Mobility – August 3rd

    The Battery Research & E-Mobility Group of OST is working in the field of electro mobility, battery research and charging technology.

  • iBAT Battery Tuesdays – EPFL – September 7th

    Distributed Electrical Systems Laboratory

  • iBat Battery Tuesdays – BFH – October 5th Research group manufacturing technologies for battery production

  • iBAT Battery Tuesdays – SIPBB – November 2nd

    Swiss Battery Technology Center

Networking Event Series – Battery Applications & Technologies