Register now: ExcellBattMat Industry Day Invites for Exchange on 16 March 2022

Which innovative materials play a key role for high energy battery systems of the future? What are the current findings on lithium metal batteries, lithium ion batteries, analytics and digitalization, and innovative electrode concepts? The ExcellentBattery Centers in Dresden, Munich, Münster and Ulm will shed light on these and other questions at the first ExcellBattMat Industry Day on 16 March 2022. Representatives of German industry are invited to attend the free online event of the competence cluster. Registration is possible online until 15 March 2022 at The event is held in German language.

Program and Speakers

In lectures and discussion panels, scientists of the cluster will present their cooperative research results. Among others:

  • Prof. Dr Martin Winter, Cluster Chairman; Scientific Director MEET Battery Research Center of the University of Münster and Helmholtz Institute Münster of Forschungszentrum Jülich
  • Prof. Dr Hans-Dieter Wiemhöfer, ExcellentBattery Center Münster, Head of “Lithium Metal Battery” Platform
  • Dr Margret Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, ExcellentBattery Center Ulm, Head of “Lithium Ion Battery” Platform
  • Prof. Dr Andreas Jossen, ExcellentBattery Center Munich, Head of “Analytics and Digitization” Platform
  • Prof. Dr Stefan Kaskel, ExcellentBattery Center Dresden, Head of “Innovative Electrode Concepts” Platform

About ExcellBattMat

In the competence cluster ExcellBattMat, new material concepts for future high-energy battery systems are being developed, characterized and tested. With cluster partners in Dresden, Munich, Münster and Ulm, Germany's strongest battery material scientists have joined forces to cooperate under the umbrella concept “Research Fab Battery Cells” of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

The cooperative research is intended to help strengthen the competitiveness of German industry with a view to the energy transition in a highly competitive international environment. The competence cluster is coordinated by MEET Battery Research Center of the University of Münster.