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