Erik Schaltz

Associate Professor, The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Energy Technology, Power Electronic Systems, AAU


Erik Schaltz received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, in 2005 and 2010, respectively.
From 2009 to 2012, he has been an Assistant Professor in the same department where he is currently an Associate Professor and the head of the research programme in E-Mobility and Industrial Drives.

His research interests include a wide range of topics within the field of electro-mobility, e.g. power electronics, electric machines, batteries, ultracapacitors, fuel cells, battery management systems, electric and hybrid electric vehicle modelling, thermoelectric generators, reliability, and inductive power transfer systems. He has participated in several national and international research projects.

Latest posts

  1. Temamøde om transport af lithiumbatterier (8. maj 2018) — April 17, 2018
  2. Research in Energy Storage at DTU Energy and Examples of Practical Use (23. May) — April 16, 2018
  3. Conference on Circular Economy of Battery: Production and Recycling (24-26 september 2018) — April 15, 2018
  4. Industrial/PhD Course: Storage Systems based on Li-ion Batteries for Grid Support and Automotive Applications (23-26 oktober 2018) — April 15, 2018
  5. Batterisystemer til solcelleanlæg mv (31. oktober 2018) — April 15, 2018

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Battery Technologies for Electro Mobility and Smart Grid Purposes

  Danish-German PE:Region seminar on Battery Technologies for Electro Mobility and Smart Grid Purposes Regional Research Activities and Business Development Options Batteries are important in developing the energy systems of the future. They offer storage possibilities for renewable energy sources within electro mobility and Smart Grids. Energy density as well as charging and durability characteristics …

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Batteridrevne flyvemaskiner

Verdens største flyproducenter er i gang med at udvikle elektriske fly. I første omgang som hybrid-fly. Men på længere sigt vil kortere kommercielle ruter kunne betjenes med 100 procent eldrevne passagerfly. Korte afstande gør Danmark til det ideelle sted for helt eller delvist elektriske fly. Dansk luftfartsdirektør håber, at det kommer til at ske inden …

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