In recent years, the lithium-ion cell technology has conquered many new applications such as automotive, marine, medical or aviation. In addition, lithium-ion batteries are also often used for stationary applications such as storage, peak shaving or frequency regulation. Each application places different demands on the battery. Some applications require a longer life, other applications require high power or have a high energy demand. Due to the different materials used in lithium-ion batteries, not all requirements can be met by one battery setup. Therefore, an adjustment of the battery cells is required to address each application with maximum efficiency.
Customcells demonstrates the capabilities available in lithium-ion battery cell technology and shows the parameters required to create a cell with preferred properties.
Speaker Biography (Ralf Wagner)
Dr. Ralf Wagner studied chemistry (B.Sc.) at the RWTH Aachen University and business chemistry (M.Sc.) at the University of Muenster. He graduated with a PhD in the field of electrolytes for lithium ion batteries in the working group of Prof. Martin Winter at the MEET Battery Research Center of the University of Muenster. Since 2018, Dr. Ralf Wagner works for Custom Cells Itzehoe GmbH as technical sales manager and project manager. Currently, Dr. Ralf Wagner is founding his own start-up company that focuses on the development and production of tailor-made electrolytes. He has overall 8 years of experience in the field of lithium ion batteries and is author/co-author of 35 scientific publications and inventor of 7 patent applications.
Company Profile (Custom Cells Itzehoe GmbH)
Customcells, Europe´s most versatile manufacturer in the lithium-ion cell industry.
We offer tailor made cells in small and large volumes for customers' special needs. We are flexible in design, form and chemistry. Customcells accompanies the way of development and production from material level to battery system. We are technology pioneers and are running a modern and superior production plant for electrodes and cells in Germany.