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A05 1-134 (Adresse und Lageplan)

Uhlhornsweg 84,  26129 Oldenburg


Juni 2024

Promotion von Friederike Bruns zum Dr.-Ing.

Am 18.06.2024 hat Friederike Bruns ihre Dissertation „Systematic Correct-by-Construction Design for Industrial Real-Time Communication” am Department für Informatik der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg erfolgreich verteidigt. Wir gratulieren Friederike herzlich zu dieser hervorragenden Leistung!

April 2024

Creation of the Scientific Committee of the Upcell Alliance

During the meeting of the European Battery Manufacturing Appliance Upcell, held at Politecnico di Milano from April 11-12, 2024, its scientific committee was created.

The members of this committee are (in alphabetic order):

  • Prof. Corsin Battaglia (Head of Laboratory Materials for Energy Conversion, Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology)
  • Prof. Marcello Colledani (Technology and Production Systems Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
  • Prof. Tarek Raissi (Cédric Laboratory, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers – Cnam, Paris, France)
  • Prof. Andreas Rauh (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg and OFFIS e.V., Oldenburg, Germany)

The Upcell Alliance is a non-for-profit association that aims to create a unique European ecosystem of actors in the equipment and machinery industry for battery manufacturing. It is aiming to give Europe a leading position in this field. By connecting European battery industry & universities in one platform, Upcell promotes local capacities, people and skills to the battery manufacturers and boost European innovation in electric battery technology.

Februar 2024

Januar 2024

EU Horizon project: BATTwin - Flexible and scalable digital-twin platform for enhanced production efficiency and yield in battery cell production lines

From January 17th to January 19th, 2024, the BATTwin consortium celebrated the Kick-off Meeting at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Politecnico di Milano, in Italy. 

The consortium had the opportunity to touch upon the objectives of the project, discuss the future steps, plan the work for the next phase of the project and visit the laboratories of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Coordinated by Prof. Marcello Colledani within Politecnico di Milano, and involving sixteen partners, BATTwin - Flexible and scalable digital-twin platform for enhanced production efficiency and yield in battery cell production lines, started on December 1st, 2023. The project, awarded with €6.9 million, aims to support the ramp-up phase of the European battery gigafactories by developing a Multi-level Digital Twin platform for Zero-Defect Manufacturing in battery production that will reduce defect rates in battery production lines. The solution integrates (i) a multi-sensor data acquisition and management layer, supported by data semantics through a Digital Battery Passport data model, (ii) process-level digital twins, modeling the critical stages of electrode manufacturing, cell assembly and conditioning, (iii) system-level digital twins and (iv) user-centric, goal-driven digital twin workflows. This approach will be tested in two industrial pilots producing different battery chemistries and geometries, validating the flexibility and scalability of the approach towards Zero Defect European Gigafactories.

The research unit „Distributed Control in Interconnected Systems” of the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg is thrilled to be part of this project as partner on the development of digital twins for battery production stages with a focus on their use in monitoring, state stimation, and control.

Dezember 2023

August 2023

Juni 2023

April 2023

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