Join us on November 4th for the seminar on battery cell production. The seminar topics of this year focus on the battery cell production fundamentals. The seminars are held in English and are directed to professionals from industry and science.

Fundamentals of the battery cell production – Processes, products and their interactions

Gain in-depth knowledge of the battery production process chain. The seminar covers all steps from mixing to cell finishing with a focus on production technology and process knowledge. The seminar will be framed with impulse talks regarding the cathode and anode materials as well as the cell finishing.

Wednesday, November 4th, 9:00 – 15:00.

Lecturer

Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Haselrieder
CEO for R&D at Battery LabFactory and Head of research group “Battery Process Engineering” at the Institute for Particle Technology, Technische University Braunschweig

Further lectureres will be announced.

Scope

A profound know-how of product-process interactions and their influence on cell performance and overall costs is crucial to make well-founded decisions in battery production industry. The goal is therefore to realize an efficient production chain with low production rejects. This knowledge allows further to set-up excellent cell designs in accordance with the specific requirements of the application.

The seminar with a focus on production processes and resulting products will be framed by talks of guest speakers to broaden the scope towards cutting-edge insights and future prospects in battery production. According battery cell production the objective to design advanced and application specific charge transfer structures of electrodes, their production processes and subsequent cell assembly processes will be discussed. Data on single processes, their interaction and quality parameters involved will be presented to understand the impact of materials and especially processes on physical electrode properties of mechanical, structural and electrical nature. Regarding process-structure-property relationships these physical electrode characteristics will be correlated with cell performance. Exemplary a process model and process simulations of the calendaring process are shown. Future trends in electrode and cell production will be discussed in context with upcoming cell technologies.