Simluation und Analysis Cluster

Professorship for Physics of Energy Conversion
and Storage

Prof. Dr. Aliaksandr Bandarenka
Technical University Munich

Prof. Bandarenka conducts research on the physics of energy conversion and storage. Special emphasis is placed on the design and implementation of functional materials and a better understanding and characterization of electrically charged interfaces. Material design is based on the fundamental principles of the bottom-up approach, using input from electrochemical surface research and model surfaces as a starting point.

Institute for Computational Mechanics

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wall

Technical University Munich

Prof. Wall researches the application-motivated fundamentals in a broad range of areas in numerical mechanics. With a strong foundation in a variety of advanced single-field problems (such as solid-state, fluid, and transport dynamics), the current focus is on coupled multi-field and multi-scale problems, as well as computational biophysics and biomedical engineering.

Chair of Electrical Energy Storage Technology - EES

Prof. Dr. Andreas Jossen
Technical University Munich

Prof. Jossen works on electrical energy storage systems, with a focus on rechargeable batteries. In addition to lithium-ion batteries, classical systems such as lead-acid batteries and alkaline systems also play a role. Furthermore, future systems such as metal-air, redox flow and high-temperature batteries are dealt with.