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Electrode materials are the “heart” of energy storage devices and determine their performances. They contain and reversibly exchange the ions and the electrons that power our smartphone and laptops, as well as electric vehicles and grid-storage technologies. Improved cathode and anode materials are the key to higher-performance, longer-lasting batteries.

The aim of the group is to improve the current generation of Li-ion batteries, as well as to develop next-generation technologies such as Na-ion or solid-state batteries by designing, synthesizing and characterizing novel electrode materials.

The group is part of the Bavarian Center for Battery Technology (BayBatt), which is a remarkable interdisciplinary hub for the development of the battery technologies of the future, via research - from the atomic scale to cells and up to the whole battery pack system - as well as education.

Below is a list of our active projects

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