Posterausstellung 2019

Spitzenleistungen aus Forschung, Entwicklung und Anwendung:

Batterien gehören zum modernen Leben fast wie die tägliche Nahrungsaufnahme. Regelmäßig ergeben sich neue Anwendungen für den Einsatz von Batterien: für die Kommunikation, für die Mobilität, für den Einsatz erneuerbare Energien oder für intelligente Stromnetze. Entsprechend lebendig ist die Forschung und Entwicklung. Die Posterausstellung ist der ideale Ort, wo junge Wissenschaftler auf erfahrene Ingenieure treffen und die aktuellsten Ergebnisse vorstellen und diskutieren können.


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Bitte die Poster im Format DIN A0 (841mm x 1189mm) in englischer Sprache zur Tagung mitbringen.

Die Poster können zur Tagung Kraftwerk Batterie am 03.04.2019 im zugewiesenen Bereich im Eurogress Aachen aufgehängt werden.

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Alle Poster im Überblick

P1-01Thermal Runaway Propagation Testing in Lithium-Ion Batteries: Aspects of a Round Robin testDr. Alexander BörgerVolkswagen AG
P1-02Capability of lithium-ion cells to deliver constant power at high loadsChristoph NeblTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P1-03Algorithm for Online EIS Measurements and Parameter EstimationMatthias KuipersRWTH Aachen
P1-04A development approach to the optimization of future battery pack designs taking into account crash behavior, volumetric energy density and producibility.Roland UerlichTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-05Ageing of commercial Li-ion batteries at low temperatures – diagnostic tools and safety aspectsDr. Ing. Preben J. S. VieInstitute for Energy Technology
P1-06Targeted oxidation of a copper connector for contacting battery cells - curse or blessing?Johanna HelmFraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT
P1-07Method to quantify the performance of lifetime models for lithium-ion batteriesM. Sc. Felix HildenbrandRWTH Aachen University
P1-08In-operando equipment condition monitoring of lithium-ion-cells by fiber optical sensor systemsM.Sc. Alexander GräfensteinFraunhofer-Institut für Fertigungstechnik und Angewandte Materialforschung IFAM
P1-09Thermal behavior of batteries, reliable testing, controlling and diagnosing degradationPhD Gregory OfferImperial College London
P1-10Understanding the impact of Vibrations on Lithium-Ion CellsPhilipp BergTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P1-11Simulation-assisted development of characteristic maps for the design of thermal management of lithium-ion batteriesDominic J. BeckerKIT
P1-12Influence of microstructure parameters on the multi-physical transport processes and the performance of Li-ion cellsPhilipp SeegertKIT
P1-13Influence of inhomogeneous temperature distribution on cyclic degradation of Li-ion cellsSabine PaarmannKIT
P1-15Comparative Study of Parameter Identification Methods of a Lithium-ion Cell Model in Frequency and Time DomainM. Sc. Weihan LiInstitut für Stromrichter und elektrische Antriebe (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
P1-16Design measures to increase the safety of batteries - Passive and active measures for use in electric vehiclesFilip VysoudilTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P1-17Thermal Analysis of a 24 - 48 V Lithium-Ion Battery System ModuleGerd LiebigDLR-Institut für Vernetzte Energiesysteme
P1-18Accelerated Aging Characterization of Lithium-ion Cells in Automotive Applications: Development of an Appropriate Reference Cycle for Realistic Cell AgingTanja GewaldTechnische Universität München
P1-19Physicochemical modeling of the aging mechanisms during fast charging in NMC/graphite lithium-ion cellJing Ying KoKTH Royal Institute of Technology
P1-20Non-equilibrium thermodynamic battery models and their transport kineticsMaya StrautmannRWTH Aachen
P1-21Influence of mechanical pressure on lithium-ion-cell safety behaviorFabian EbertFraunhofer ISC/TU München
P1-22Analysis of electric vehicle battery system design and production technology compatibility with regard to updated battery cellsHendrik LöbberdingRWTH Aachen University
P1-23Change of gas pressure inside prismatic lithium ion cells during agingJulius SchmittTechnical University Munich
P1-24Scaling up the confidence into lifetime prediction models for lithium-ion batteriesElias Maximilian BarbersRWTH University
P1-25A model-based approach to study the microstructural inhomogeneity in the porous-electrodes of lithium-ion batteriesHamid HamedHasselt University
P1-26Quantitative validation of calendar aging modelsSeverin HahnDaimler AG
P1-27Cell thermal performance evaluation for heavy duty applications cell selectionDr Laura Bravo DiazImperial College London
P1-28SOC estimation and performance optimization of battery charge equalization systemsDr. Weiji HanChalmers University of Technology
P1-29Degradation Mechanisms of NMC Li-ion Batteries Unraveled by Non-destructive and Post-mortem MethodsDr. Dongjiang LiForschungszentrum Jülich
P1-30Cross-validation of lithium-ion battery impedance parameters in the time- and frequency domainM.Sc. Leo WildfeuerTechnical University of Munich
P1-32Online capacity estimation of lithium-ion batteries with random forest regressionYi LiChemistry Department, Lancaster University
P1-33Feature Recognition for Battery State of Health PrognosisMr Sam GreenbankDepartment of Engineering, University of Oxford
P1-34Modeling of Lead-Acid Battery Grid Geometry by Comsol MultiphysicsTugce IslerMutlu Battery
P1-35Study of Ah-counting method for onboard capacity estimation on battery packsAndrea MarongiuFEV Italia
P1-36Advanced filtering for Incremental Capacity Analyses (ICA) applied to various lithium ion batteriesJens GrabowTU Clausthal
P1-37Universal Modelling Approach for Electrochemical Storage Units on System LevelPaul DickeFriedrich-Alexander Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg
P1-38Thermo-electrochemical modeling of a commercial high-power lithium-ion pouch cell with blend cathodeMichael QuartiOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P1-39Influence of local temperature gradients on the current deviation in a 1s2p-system.Markus SchindlerTechnical University Munich
P1-40Modelling all-solid-state Lithium batteriesLuc RaijmakersForschungszentrum Jülich
P1-41Lithium-ion cell requirements in a real-world 48V-system and implications for an extensive aging analysisThomas BankRWTH Aachen
P1-42The Design, Development and Implementation of a 14.4V, 50Ah Lithium-Ion Start-Stop BatteryMs Francis le RouxNelson Mandela University
P1-43Actively controlled cell press as representative test setup for lithium-ion battery agingSeverin HahnDaimler AG
P1-44Analysis of SoC-based Power Flow Control Strategies in Heterogeneous Battery Energy Storage SystemsMarkus MühlbauerHochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften München
P1-45Sizing of grid-supporting stationary battery systems under consideration of the (n-1)-criterion using different time horizons for the optimizationOuafa LaribiUniversität Stuttgart
P1-46Experimental validation of a physical energy management system to increase revenue and lifetime of grid-connected li-ion batteriesMsc Jorn ReniersUniversity of Oxford
P1-47Large Grid Forming Inverters with Solar-PV and Wind as power sources for Public Power GridsAndreas FalkSMA Solar Technology AG
P1-48Machine learning based state of health estimation for lithium-ion batteries in electric vehiclesnnInstitute for Combustion Engines VKA
P2-01Impact of Tetrahydrothiophene 1-Oxide as Co-Solvent in Cyclic Carbonate-Based Electrolytes on the Overall Performance of Lithium-Ion BatteriesKristina OldigesHelmholtz-Institut Münster
P2-02Balancing of three silicon-based anode systems with NCM cathodes for lithium ion cells with high volumetric energy densitiesDr. rer. nat. Susanne DörflerFraunhofer IWS
P2-03Investigations of Silicon-based Prototype Pouch CellsM. Sc. Felix AupperleHelmholtz Institut Münster
P2-04Large Area and Multimodal Study of Li-Ion Batteries with New In-Situ TechnologiesDipl. Ing. Stefanie FreitagCarl ZEISS Microscopy GmbH
P2-05Mixing processes for solvent-free production of LIB anodes and cathodes by electrostatic applicationGerrit SchälickeTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-06Lithium Ion Battery plating detection during chargingJulian MarscheiderTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-07Degradation effects and ageing phenomena in commercial cylindrical lithium-ion batteries for stationary applications – a post mortem study after long-term cycling (>7000 cycles ) with moderate c-ratesM.Sc. Christian WeisenbergerHochschule Aalen
P2-08Modeling lithium-ion batteries with the open-source software tool CANTERADr. Manik MayurOffenburg University of Applied Sciences
P2-09Calculation Method and Bench Concept for Cell Swelling Analysis of Lithium-Ion-Pouch-CellsDr. Markus EinhornBertrandt Technologie GmbH
P2-10Lifetime Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries by combining Pulse- and Impedance Spectroscopy MeasurementsMichael WeissKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-11Safety improvement of Li-ion battery by using novel low-flammable electrolytes and reactive flame-retardantsZhengqi WangKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
P2-12Electrolyte additives for LNMO based Li-ion cellsWiss. MA Andreas HofmannKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
P2-13Development of super high ionic conductivity electrolyte for lithium ion secondary batteryDr. Naoki MatsuokaAsahi Kasei Corporation
P2-14Impedance spectroscopy for bracing investigations of automotive pouch-cellsM.Sc. Martin WünschVolkswagen AG
P2-15A continuous Synthesis Process of Spherical Precursor Particles for Ni-Rich Cathode Materials by a Couette-Taylor Flow Reactor (CTFR)Dr.-Ing. Vassilios SioziosMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P2-16Quantification of potentially toxic Phosporus-based decomposition products in Lithium Ion battery electrolytesJonas HenschelMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P2-18Li/Mn-rich layered transition-metal oxides as high-energy cathode materials for lithium ion batteriesJonathan HelbigMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P2-19Advanced Polypropylene Separators for Li-Ion BatteriesFranz Josef KrugerTreofan GmbH & Co. KG
P2-20Overcoming obstacles in the aqueous processing of high energy-density cathode materialsMichael HofmannFraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
P2-21Development of an Extrusion-Based Coating Process for High-Energy Li-Ion BatteriesJann SeebaFraunhofer IKTS
P2-22Influencing Parameters on Nail Penetration Test of Lithium Ion Batteries – Method Development and ApplicationStefan DooseInstitute for Particle Technologie & Battery LabFactory, Technische Universität Braunschweig
P2-23Microstructural improvements in ultra-thick NMC 622 cathodes for high energy Li-ion batteriesLea Sophie KremerZSW - Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg
P2-24Study of the electrochemical performance and life cycle of Lithium-ion battery cells by applying a homogeneous external pressureVerena MüllerZSW Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung
P2-25Innovative conductor materials as current collectors in pouch cells - Process analysis of electrode production from expanded metal grids and metal foamsMario KehrereLab / Anlauffabrik, RWTH Aachen
P2-26Multiscale Modeling of SEI Formation in Lithium-Ion BatteriesFrank RöderTU Braunschweig
P2-27Amorphous Silicon Nitride - an Anode Material for the Next Generation Li-ion BatteriesHanne Flåten AndersenInstitutt for Energiteknologi (IFE)
P2-28GD-OES depth profiling for discovery of aging mechanisms in Post-Mortem analysis - the case of Si/C anodesKarsten RichterZentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (ZSW)
P2-29Capacity distribution of large lithium-ion battery pouch cells in context with the reproducibility of the BLB cell productionLouisa HoffmannTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P2-30Polymerized Ionic Liquids for Solid-State Electrolyte MembranesRobert LöweKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P2-31Determination of the electrode porosity: A comparative study for positive electrodes based on LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2Thomas BeuseMEET Batterieforschungszentrum
P2-32Effects of aqueous processing of NMC622 materials on the performance of Lithium ion batteriesXiaofei YangMEET Battery Research Center
P2-33Laser modified cathodes for lithium-ion batteries with improved rate capabilityProf. Dr. Volker KnoblauchAalen University of Applied Sciences, Materials Research Institute
P2-34Processing and characterization of composite electrodes with plastic crystal polymer electrolyteArnaud du Baret de LiméFraunhofer IKTS
P2-35Polymer electrolytes for solid battery concepts – correlation between material and electrochemical propertiesM.Sc. Vanessa van LaackFraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM
P2-36Bottom-Up Fabrication of Metal-Functionalized Molecular Vanadium Oxide/PEDOT Composites for high-energy lithium-ion batteriesM.Sc. Montaha AnjassHelmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
P2-38Scalable processing of polymer solid electrolytes for all-solid-state multifunctional batteries and their subsequent characterizationsDr. -Ing. Guangyue LiaoInstitute for Particle Technology, Technical University Braunschweig
P2-40MEEP based composite electrolytesMarija HoffmeyerWestfälische Wilhelms-University of Münster
P2-41Investigation of structural and electrical behaviour of Lithium-Ion-Batteries in mechanical abuse casesMarkus SpielbauerHochschule München
P2-42Rheologically and electrochemically optimized Si/C blended Graphite slurries for 3D-printed Lithium-Ion BatteriesM.Sc. Mathias DrewsFraunhofer ISE
P2-43Optimizing the Process of Sheet-type All Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Sulfide Electrolyte MaterialsRuoheng SunTU Braunschweig
P2-44Impact of Particle Size Distribution on Performance and Aging of Lithium-Ion BatteriesLars BläubaumTU Braunschweig
P2-45Influence of mixing behavior on the production of electrodes for Li-ion batteriesAjinkya MetkarTechnische Universität München
P2-46Study of additives for high temperature graphitization and subsequent analysis of graphite anode performance in lithium ion batteriesVanessa HanhartMEET Battery Research Center Münster
P2-47Phase transition studies on sol-gel synthesis of doped lithium titanium oxides.Dr Xandri van NiekerkNelson Mandela University
P2-48Thermal requirements for high-voltage battery systems in electric vehicles occurring due to high-performance charging and evaluation of possible cooling conceptsRobert StanekP3 automotive GmbH
P2-49Analysis and comparison of formation process of graphite and Si-C composite based anodes in lithium ion cellsDipl-Ing. Mingzhe HanFraunhofer IKTS
P2-50Investigation of the surface of plated lithium-ion batteries using a Dual BeamM.Sc. André WinkTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-51Determination of thermal transport properties for electrodes of lithium-ion cellsDieter OehlerKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P2-52Parametrization and validation of an electrochemical-thermal model for a NMC lithium-ion batterySophia MatthiesTechnische Universität Berlin
P2-53Correlation of capacity fade and charging currents keeping the voltage constant for different cell types and SOCsDr. Meinert LewerenzTechnische Hochschule Ingolstadt
P2-54Tailoring the ion transport of polymer electrolytes from green materialsChristian KrauseMEET Battery Research Center
P2-55Green and efficient – The new generation of polymer electrolytes for lithium metal batteriesLi-Ming KuoHelmholtz-Institut Münster (HI MS)
P2-56Characterization of a polyethylene oxide based composite cathode with Impedance spectroscopy, cycling tests and Atomic Force MicroscopyBritta TessmerWestfälische Wilhelms-University of Münster
P2-57Comprehensive characterization of battery cathodes by FIB-SEM tomography and 3D data analysis techniquesJulian SzászKarlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
P2-58Systematic Optimization of the Electrolyte Composition – Towards High Temperature Lithium Ion BatteriesBastian HeidrichWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P2-59Low-temperature electrolytes for high energy density Li-ion batteriesSubburaj ThiruvengadamDemocritus University of Thrace
P2-60Fast charging Li-ion batteries based on a HV-spinel cathodeJannes OpheyFraunhofer Insitut für Siliziumtechnologie ISIT
P2-61Carbon nanotubes/graphene composites treated by nitrogen-plasma and covered by porous cobalt oxide through galvanostatic electrodeposition as well as annealing for anode materials of lithium-ion batteriesProfessor Chuen-Chang LinNational Yunlin University of Science and Technology
P2-62Tailoring the microstructure of electrodes for lithium-ion batteries – experiments and physical based simulationsPaul JaeckhAalen University of Applied Sciences, Materials Research Institute
P2-63Investigation of the N-butyl-N-methyl pyrrolidinium trifluoromethanesulfonyl-N-cyanoamide ionic liquid as electrolyte for Li-ion batteryJan-Philipp HoffknechtWestfälische Wilhems-Universität Münster
P2-64Bottom-Up Fabrication of Metal-Functionalized Molecular Vanadium Oxide/PEDOT Composites for high-energy lithium-ion batteriesM.Sc. Montaha AnjassHelmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
P2-65Operando thermal characterization of future battery materials by isothermal microcalorimetryDr. Alexander HoeflingHelmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)
P3-01Integral battery architecture with clamped cylindrical cells as structural elementsChristoph BolsingerIPV, University of Stuttgart
P3-02Run-to-run control for active balancing of lithium iron phosphate batteriesDr. Changfu ZouChalmers University of Technology
P3-03Comparison of energy efficiencies of commercial large-format Li-ion cellsDr. Matthias SchelterHoppecke Advanced Battery Technology GmbH
P3-04Incorporating new technologies into the development of HV-BatteriesSarina FüßlAVL Deutschland GmbH
P3-05Advanced Battery Concepts for Electric BusesMr Burak AliefendiogluAVL Research and Engineering Turkey
P3-06Usability of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries in Automotive ApplicationsDaniel BrieskeHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA
P3-07Electrical, Thermal and Aging Model of High-Energy Lithium-Ion Battery Pack for Simulation of V2G scenariosIlka SchoenebergerRWTH Aachen University
P3-08Interoperability of 400V / 800V charging systems for BEVsDr. Sebastian WetzelerFEV Europe GmbH
P3-09An overview of 12V and 48V Lithium-Ion and Lead-Acid Battery Applications in Automotive IndustrySerdar GulMutlu Battery
P3-10Comparative Analysis of Different Optimisation Approaches for the Energy Management of a Simulated Hybrid Train Powered by Batteries and Fuel CellsCem ÜnlübayirInstitut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe der RWTH Aachen University
P3-11Battery challenges and opportunities for a passenger trainPatrick HeiningerVDE Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik e.V.
P3-12Use of Heavy-duty Batteries for Mining ApplicationsWolf MuellerVoltabox of North America, Inc.
P4-01π-π-Interactions in Redox Polymers – Enabling High Cycling Stabilities for Polymeric Cathode-Active Materials in Li/Organic BatteriesMartin KolekMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology
P4-03A Novel Reference Electrode for Sodium Ion Batteries for in-situ Impedance AnalysisFabian Linsenmann
P4-04Chemical modification of lithium powder electrodes for higher capacity utilization in LMB´sAleksei KolesnikovMEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, WWU Münster
P4-05Influence of nitrogen-doped carbon on sulfur to lithium sulfide conversion and by using reduced polysulfide solubilityChristian KensyFraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS) Dresden
P4-07Lithium-Metal Foil Surface Modification: Investigations of Scanning Electrochemical MicroscopyM.Sc. Bastian KruegerCarl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
P4-08Investigations of in vivo alloyed Li-metal surfaces by using a LiTFSI/MgTFSI2-containing Polymer ElectrolyteMengyi ZhangUniversity of Münster
P4-09Development of a novel AAO based and functionalized separator for the use in lithium-sulfur batteries with 3D metal foam electrodesAnne WengelAalen University
P4-10A novel lithium/sulfur semi flow battery concept based on highly structured cobalt-coated aluminum alloy carrier particlesDr. Sandra MeinhardAalen University, Research Institute for Innovative Surfaces (FINO)
P4-11Kinetics of Al-ion intercalation in carbon-xerogel and stripping/deposition on commercial Al-alloys for the Al-ion batteryMartin EckertDECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut
P4-12Hierarchical Nanocages Anchoring Polysulfides in Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesLei ZhouForschungszentrum Juelich
P4-13Thio-LiSICON composite electrolyte and Sulfurized Polyacrylonitrile cathode enabled safe and durable all solid state Li-S batteryMeirong LiUniversity Münster
P4-14Optimization of Poly(3-Vinyl-N-Methylphenothiazine)-Based Rechargeable Li/Organic BatteriesVerena PernerUniversity of Münster
P4-15Metal-organic Framework as Novel Anion Storage MaterialDr. Simon DühnenUniversity of Münster
P4-16Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes for a safer future of Lithium/Oxygen BatteriesM. Sc. Jan Frederik DohmannUniversity of Münster
P4-17Mechanics of Ion Insertion: A Comparison of LiFePO4 and NaFePO4Manfred JanzenKIT
P4-18Electrospun carbon nanofibers and its derivatives as anode materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteriesXinyang LiuKarlsruhe Institute of Technology
P4-19Method for Improved Interfaces of Micro Patterned Lithium Metal Anodes and Solid Polymer ElectrolytesDominik LiebenauWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität
P4-20Kinetics of rechargeable aqueous zinc ion batteriesM.Sc. Christian BischoffFraunhofer ISE
P5-01A Practical Second Life Application for Aged NMC CellsMurat CeylanGTU / Gebze Technical University
P5-02Automated assembly and evaluation of electrochemical test cells for the development of new materials for lithium-ion batteriesKai BockwinkelTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P5-03Composite electroforming: a new method of producing battery cathodes with simplified architecture and improved propertiesProf. Dr. Timo SörgelHochschule Aalen
P5-05Highly Productive Industry Compatible Roll-to-Roll Vacuum Process for Deposition of Porous Silicon Thin Film AnodesClaus LuberFraunhofer FEP
P5-06Modeling of the calendering processDavid SchreinerTechnical University of Munich (TUM)
P5-07Identifying the impact of calendering on the subsequent process steps using a new approach to quality assuranceBenjamin BoldKIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
P5-08APPtec – a new generation of spray pyrolysis technology to produce advanced battery materialsDr. Thomas JähnertGlatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH
P5-09Laser beam joining of copper to aluminum sheet: Analysis of fusion zoneKarthik MathivananUniversity of Luxembourg
P5-10Effect of atmospheric plasma treatment on electrochemical performance of electrodes in energy storage devicesHarald HoleczekFraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation
P5-11Innovative dry coating process for fabrication of high-load cathodesJannes OpheyFraunhofer Institut für Siliziumtechnologie ISIT
P5-13Manufacturing properties of sintered glass-ceramic LLZORolf SamsingerTechnische Universität Braunschweig, SCHOTT AG Mainz
P5-14Efficient Electrolyte Filling for Cost-Effective Lithi-um-Ion Cell ProductionFlorian J. GünterTechnische Universität München
P5-15Formation kinetics of the solid electrolyte interphase studied for different electrolyte additivesPrince BabbarMEET Battery Research Center and Institute of Physical Chemistry, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
P5-16Experimental investigation of acoustic levitation for handling of electrode and separator sheets in lithium-ion battery assemblyArian FröhlichTechnische Universität Braunschweig
P6-01A multistage concept for the academic and postgrade education in the area of battery cell technologyProf. Robin VanhaelstOstfalia, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Campus Wolfsburg
P6-02Development of a vanadium redox flow battery demonstrator for lectures on electrochemical energy storage in under graduate electrical engineering programsJens PogorzelskiFachhochschule Münster, Fachbereich Elektrotechnik