Battery Activities at DTU Energy Conversion: From fundamental mechanisms to applications

The activities at DTU Energy Conversion span a wide range of different aspects of battery materials and technologies, ranging from the fundamental understanding of mechanisms in novel battery chemistries over in situ characterization of transport and degradation mechanisms to commercial applications and testing of battery modules.

Common for the activities is a close integration of computational techniques and materials prediction, synthesis and in situ structural and electrochemical characterization, with battery testing at cell and pack level.

A number of ongoing projects will be presented: Lithium-air batteries and metal hydride-air cells, high voltage cathodes, solid electrolytes and battery interfaces, In situ synchrotron and neutron scattering, as well as stability/lifetime prediction of batteries and battery applications.

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