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Danish Battery Symposium 2015

The second annual symposium in the Danish Battery Society is hosted by Ålborg university and focus on current and future battery activities in Denmark with updates from research and industry.   The agenda is available here, and presentations will, among others, cover: Battery assembling and packs Electrical luxury golf and leisure cars Battery material synthesis …

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Talk on recent advances in in-situ TEM on electrochemical systems

On Wednesday, 10 December 4.30pm – 6.30pm, Kristian Mølhave from DTU Nanotech is giving the talk The electrochemists’ wish list for getting a clear view to nanoscale processes The talk adresses the impressive recent advances in the possibilities for imaging processes in liquids with electron microscopes, as well as an update on the work at …

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DTU International Energy Report 2013

DTU researchers in cooperation with leading Danish and international experts have recently published a very nice annual report on energy storage options for future sustainable energy systems The report deals with global, regional and national perspectives on current and future energy issues. Each report is based on internationally-recognised scientific material and is fully referenced. Furthermore the reports …

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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 …

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