Coskun group at University of Fribourg focuses on the synthesis and characterization of active materials, electrolyte additives, polymer electrolytes as well as polymeric binders in Li-ion batteries.
The research group manufacturing technologies for battery production at BFH is focused on development of new sustainable and cost‐effective production technologies for battery cells and other production lines supporting Swiss battery manufacturers.
CSEM possesses a strong technological offer in the field of nano-coatings and functional surfaces. Our know-how regarding surface and interfacial modification is well established and highly appreciated by our industrial customers.
The Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne (SIPBB) supports start-ups in the development of marketable products. The Swiss Battery Technology Center brings a unique mix of experts from research and development.
The Battery Research & E-Mobility Group of OST (Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences - formerly NTB) is working in the field of electro mobility, battery research and charging technology since 2007.
The chair for innovation management at the University of Neuchâtel’s Institute of Management has expertise in the collaboration between research and industry partners in the fields of strategy and innovation.
The Electrochemistry Laboratory (ECL), established 1988, is part of the Energy and Environment Research Division at the Paul Scherrer Institute. PSI’s Electrochemistry Laboratory is Switzerland’s largest Center for Electrochemical Research.
CSEM is a Swiss research and technology organization (RTO) with +35 years of technology development and transfer to industry. This activity has accelerated innovation, particularly in the strategic fields of digitalization, precision manufacturing, and sustainable energy.
The BFH Energy Storage Research Centre provides a unique source of technical and commercial expertise. It serves as a subject-matter expert on storage applications in the energy and mobility sector and works with its partners to generate impetus for developments.
Empa is an interdisciplinary research institute of the ETH Domain, conducting cutting-edge research on materials science and technology for the benefit of industry and the well-being of society. The laboratory Materials for Energy Conversion focuses on materials and device innovation for sustainable energy conversion and storage technologies.