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Computational electrochemistry

Computational electrochemistry is a field that employs computer simulations to analyze and predict the behavior of electrochemical systems, finding widespread applications in areas such as battery technology, fuel cells, and electrolysis. As a critical tool, it enables researchers to design and optimize energy storage and conversion devices, playing a pivotal role in advancing sustainable energy solutions for a cleaner and more efficient future.

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What do we do?

Our researchers contribute to developing cutting-edge multiscale modelling tools to support both the scientific development of new energy storage materials and the engineering integration of electrochemical devices in real systems . Most of our activities are related to battery technology, but we also perform research on electrolysis and other processes.

Software

BattMo

BattMo

BattMo is an open source simulation code for continuum modelling of electrochemical devices written in Matlab and Julia

Projects

DigiBatt: Digital Solutions for Accelerated Battery Testing

DigiBatt: Digital Solutions for Accelerated Battery Testing

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DigiBatt will slingshot the European battery industry forward by using advanced digital technology to make battery testing faster, cheaper and more accurate. We will develop novel digital approaches to extract more value from fewer tests. This will...

BATMAX - Battery management by multi-domain digital twins

BATMAX - Battery management by multi-domain digital twins

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Physics and data-based battery management by multi-domain digital twins (BATMAX) sets out to pave the way for advanced next generation adaptable battery management systems capable of fulfilling the needs and requirements of various mobile and...

FME HYDROGENi

FME HYDROGENi

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HYDROGENi is a centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to the research and innovations within hydrogen and ammonia needed to meet the 2030 and 2050 goals of the Norwegian hydrogen road map.

BIG-MAP: Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform

BIG-MAP: Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform

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Batteries play an important role in our daily lives, powering smart phones, computers, and cars. As the world races to reduce CO2 emissions, the development of sustainable and high-performance batteries takes on an even more important role enabling...