The 1000sqm technical center with a dry and clean room is a piece of heart of the MEET battery research center. Here, around 170 scientists are researching batteries of the future. Yvonne Höppener and Jonathan Dylong explain the role of the technical team in MEET research and the challenges in battery cell production. Read more
Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology (MEET) at the University of Münster is one of the foremost battery research centres in Germany and one of the leading drivers of top-level research internationally. Around 150 researchers from a wide range of disciplines working on sustainable batteries of the future.
The scientists at MEET research along the entire value cycle for batteries: from analytics and the development of new or improved materials to battery cell production and the recycling of energy storage devices. Our team is making a decisive contribution to safeguarding energy supplies.