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2020.10.29-30 PhD course ‘Lithium-Ion Batteries. Systems and Applications’

Description: Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have become a key technology in our daily routine, from powering our portable electronic devices and electric vehicles to offering grid support and playing a crucial role in the reliable and cost-efficient grid integration of intermittent energy sources. The objective of this two-day course is to provide the attendees with an …

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2020.10.26-28 PhD course ‘Lithium-Ion Batteries. Fundamentals, Modelling, and State Estimation’

Description: Lithium-ion batteries have become the key energy storage technologies for various applications, such as electric vehicles, microgrids, (nano-)satellites, or for enhancing renewables’ grid integration. This has become possible due to their superior characteristics in terms of gravimetric and volumetric energy density, efficiency, lifetime etc. Nevertheless, Lithium-ion batteries are highly non-linear energy storage devices with …

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DBS medlemmer og Haldor Topsøe i Danwatch-artikel om bæredygtige batterier

“Amnesty International har lanceret en målsætning om, at batterier til elektriske biler skal produceres uden brug af børnearbejde og miljøforureninger inden for fem år. Særligt kobolt og litium er i skudlinjen. Udsigterne for kobolt er lyse, men mørke for litium, fremhæver ekspert.” To DBS bestyrelsesmedlemmer (Lars Barkler, Lithium Balance, og Erik Schaltz, Aalborg Universitet) udtaler …

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Towards an Ultimate Battery Thermal Management System: A Review

Abstract: The prevailing standards and scientific literature offer a wide range of options for the construction of a battery thermal management system (BTMS). The design of an innovative yet well-functioning BTMS requires strict supervision, quality audit and continuous improvement of the whole process. It must address all the current quality and safety (Q&S) standards. In …

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Vacant position as Professor in Electrochemical Batteries at Aalborg University

At the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Energy Technology a position as Professor in Electrochemical Batteries is open for appointment for a period of 5 years from 1. February 2019 or soon hereafter. The Department of Energy Technology is an expanding department covering most fields of Energy Technology ranging from electrical energy (Power …

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BG-04 medlemsmøde hos RTX

Eksklusivt for BG-04 medlemmer – Torsdag d. 30. august 2018 afholder ERFA gruppen BG-04 medlemsmøde hos RTX A/S i Nørresundby. Program Velkommen og kort om RTX. Derefter Tema/Bordet rundt Tema: Præsentation af BATNOSTIC-projektet (SoH estimering af elbilsbatterier) ved Erik Schaltz, Aalborg Universitet, Institut for Energiteknik Sikkerhed og standardisering Ladeteknik Møder 2018/19 –dato -vært -tema Miljø …

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CITIES / Inno-SE workshop – Energy storage systems in a life cycle perspective Time (August 30, 2018)

Energy storage is expected to be an extremely important part of the future energy system. This workshop will touch upon the system view on energy storage and focus particularly on life cycle assessments for energy storage technologies. Time: Thursday, August 30, 2018, 9:30 – 15:30 Place: Aalborg University Copenhagen A. C. Meyers Vænge 15 2450 Copenhagen …

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2018-10-23(till 26th) Industrial/PhD Course: Storage Systems based on Li-ion Batteries for Grid Support and Automotive Applications

The importance of the li-ion batteries is booming and after dominating portable electronics applications, they are entering into sectors like grid support, residential and electro-mobility applications. The penetration of renewables in the power system is considered to significantly increase in near future; thus, batteries can play a crucial role in the reliable and cost-efficient grid integration of intermittent …

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Redox flow batteries at Danish Battery Symposium 2018

At the Danish Battery Symposium 2018 we will put significant focus on redox-flow batteries that due to the inherent independent scalability of the power and energy is of particular interest for large scale storage of energy. We have invited group leader of the Redox Flow Battery Group at Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology Dr. Peter …

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Special Issue in Batteries Journal

Batteries (ISSN 2313-0105) is an international, open access journal of battery technology and materials published quarterly online by MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute). The journal is free for readers and accepted papers will be free of charge in 2017 and 2018. Guest Editor Erik Schaltz will organize a Special Issue on Battery Integration and Operation in Electro-Mobile Applications in …

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