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16 Jul 2021
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organization with more than 15,000 employees. Its activities cover four main areas: (i) energy, (ii) defense & security, (iii) health & information technologies, and (iv) fundamental research.
24 Jun 2021
The Politecnico di Milano University (POLIMI) was established in 1863 and has approximately 40,000 students and 1,400 professors as permanent staff in its seven campuses, which makes it the largest institution in Italy for Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design.
12 Jan 2021
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the leading universities in Germany and Europe (Shanghai ranking: 54), has approximately 42.700 students, wherein more than one third are female and about 30% are foreign students.
2 Dec 2020
The Coordinator of SPIDER Cédric Haon (CEA) presented SPIDER at the 4th Edition of H2020 Road Transport Research European Conference, which was held online on November 30th, 2020 and December 1st, 2020.
20 Nov 2020
The development of novel nonaqueous aprotic electrolytes within the SPIDER project intends to enable long cycle life Si-Gr-based lithium ion battery cells with significantly advanced safety. For this reason, high throughput screening (HTS) equipment, available at Helmholtz Institute Münster/Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ), was employed to fully automatically formulate 50 electrolytes varying in composition (HTS System I, Figure 1) for each generation of prototype cells.
15 Jun 2020
The SPIDER project was presented at the Si-DRIVE workshop on June 10th, 2020 by Iratxe de Meatza (Cidetec).
The first workshop organised by the European research project Si-DRIVE was held online on June 10th, 2020. It aimed at gathering speakers from H2020 research projects around the issue of sustainability in batteries.
15 Mar 2020
The publication by Ehteshami et al. is available in the Journal of Power Sources, Volume 451.
10 Feb 2019
The kick-off meeting (KOM) was held on 12 – 13 February, 2019 at CEA Liten in Grenoble. The meeting was attended by the 14 partners including leading universities and research institutes in the battery field and key companies central to the emerging European industrial value chain for EV batteries.