Workshop "Carbon Electrode Materials"

November 18, 2019

Workshop "Lithium Metal Anodes: Processing and Integration in Next-Generation Batteries"

November 19, 2019


Two workshops – one goal: Shaping the future of energy systems

The development of new materials, their processing and integration into applications are key aspects in the development of safe and high energy future generation energy storage systems. Combined within the joined topic of "Materials for energy" Fraunhofer IWS provides two topical workshops covering latest innovations for two different classes of electrode materials and their impact on enhanced energy storage.


  • Synthesis and characterization of advanced carbon electrode materials
  • Processing of carbon electrodes
  • Carbon electrodes in energy storage and conversion
  • Processing of Lithium metal anodes
  • Protective coatings on Lithium anodes for battery applications
  • Safety and performance of Lithium anodes in future generation batteries

Call for Abstracts

You are highly welcome to present your latest research results with a lecture or a poster presentation. Abstracts (max. one page) should be written in English, including name, company and e-mail address of the corresponding author. Please use the template provided online. Accepted contributions will be published in the abstract booklet.

Confirmed speaker


  • Prof. Patrice Simon, Université Paul Sabatier
  • Dr. Sebastian Pohlmann, Skeleton Technologies GmbH
  • Andras Kovacs, BroadBit Batteries
  • Stas Kozachkevich, Tortech Nano Fibers Ltd.

Confirmed speaker


  • Prof. Armin Müller, Deutsche Lithium
  • Stephen Tighe, Bühler Redex GmbH
  • Jokin Rikarte, Oxis Energy
  • Josh Buettner-Garrett, Solid Power
  • Klaus Brandt
  • Dr. Peter Maria Bieker, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität


  • Single workshop: 195 EUR*
  • Both workshops: 350 EUR*
*Included in the workshop fee:
Lab tour and poster session with get-together on November 18, 2019.

Event location

Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik IWS
Winterbergstraße 28, 01277 Dresden


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Press release


Press release

“KaSiLi”: Better batteries for electric cars “Made in Germany”

New thin-film electrodes made of silicon and lithium for the “Research Fab Battery”