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Electrochemical Energy Storage Technology and Research at Mercedes-Benz

Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Physical Sciences Building, 120
245 East Avenue

Mercedes-Benz Research & Development is highly active in the development of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. Research of battery technology is a critical topic, enabling future products that are safe and cost competitive while delivering driving range and durability. This talk aims to offer insight in how Mercedes-Benz research is positioned and to provide some background why highlighted technologies hold opportunity for the future. An example is the lithium-sulfur cell system which comes with great promises but also with great challenges. The listener may be inspired to rethink today’s approach to electric vehicle batteries.

  • Light refreshments available at 3:30pm in the PSB Clark Atrium
  • Seminar will start promptly at 4:00pm

Sponsored by the Center for Alkaline-based Energy Solutions (CABES)

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Event Type

Seminar

Departments

Energy Materials Center at Cornell (EMC2), Sustainability

Hashtag

#energy institute; sustainability

Contact E-Mail

dnh44

Contact Name

Danielle Hanes

Contact Phone

255-6083

Speaker

Tobias Glossman

Speaker Affiliation

Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America

Dept. Web Site

cabes.cornell.edu

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