I am pleased to invite you to attend the Workshop on “Next generation of competitive Li-ion batteries to meet customer expectations – made in Europe” to be held during the TRA Conference 2018 (http://www.traconference.eu/) in Vienna, on the 19th April 2018 in the Club Room.
This workshop is jointly hosted by EU Horizon 2020 projects SPICY (http://www.spicy-project.eu/), FiveVB (http://www.fivevb.eu/) and eCAIMAN (http://www.ecaiman.eu/). The objective of this Workshop is to give to the stakeholders in industry and academia an update on the ongoing research activities in field of high energy Li-ion batteries through EU Projects - SPICY, FiveVB and eCAIMAN. The workshop is divided into three main sessions; Scientific-, Standardization- and Manufacturing, addressing audiences from researchers to eminent representatives from the automotive and battery manufacturing industries. The agenda for the workshop is attached.
As the workshop is limited to 40 participants, your confirmation of attendance would be greatly appreciated. Please do so via email to boschidar.ganev(at)ait.ac.at.
Note that the event is held as a side event at TRA and to be able to attend this event, you require a conference pass. Therefore, you are invited to complete the registration form for the conference which is available on - http://www.traconference.eu/registration/. To benefit from the early bird offer, it is recommended to register before the 29th of January.
I hope you find this event of interest and we look forward to welcoming you in Vienna.
M30 Meeting in San Sebastian (ES)
At over two-thirds project completion, the consortium held its semi-annual assembly in San Sebastian on 18th-19th of October, hosted by CIDETEC (www.cidetec.es). The venue by itself is fascinating, boasting one of the most high-tech battery labs that includes some one-of-a-kind testing equipment in Europe.
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Standards from the following organisations are covered: IEC, ISO, CENELEC, UL, SAE, UN, BATSO, Telcordia, US DOE, QC/T, Ellicert.
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Upcoming Activities and Events
eCAIMAN will be presenting the project and results at these events:
Past Activities and Events
SEMINAR for students and researchers on Energy materials for Lithium ion batteries, Torino (IT)
MARSEV (FP7) and eCAIMAN (H2020) projects invited PhD students and interested researchers to the seminar on material for Lithium ion batteries.
The seminar is centred on Lithium ion cells from materials to cell realization. A visit of Lithops’ production plant was well attended.
Automotive 2017 Torino (IT)
The team for POLITO did a great presentation at the Automotive 2017; aforum of the national community to present and discuss the most recent results of scientific and technological research for the automotive industry, with particular emphasis to applications and new trends.
M24 Meeting in Grenoble (FR)
On May 16. and 17. eCAIMAN held its forth General Assembly meeting at CEA in Grenoble, France.
The Meeting included a visits to the CEA laboratories and a walk around the green CEA campus
Common Testing Issues
AIT hosted the joint eCAIMAN, SPICY and FiveVB workshop on May 9. to discuss common testing issues.
eCAIMAN presented at the EARPA meeting in Brussels March 15 on the topic “Working Together Within EARPA”.
M18 Meeting in Thessaloniki (GR)
A full consortium Meeting was held at at CERTH on the 15.-16. November 2016
M12 Meeting in Boras (SE)
On May 24. and 25. eCAIMAN held its third General Assembly meeting at SP in Boras, Sweden.
The Meeting was followed by visits to the SP laboratories.
The 2nd APT-STEP WORKSHOP on "Novel Material Technologies for Alternative Powertrains" was held on 25-26 February 2016 at CERTH
M6 eCAIMAN Project Meeting Torino (IT)
On November 9. and 10. eCAIMAN held its second General Assembly meeting at POLITO in Torino.
The Meeting was followed by visits to CRF (Centro Ricerche Fiat) and LITHOPS