• battery modelling approaches
• algorithms for battery management systems
• science-led battery design
• industry-academia collaboration in developing innovative technologies
Oskar is the Lead Research Engineer at Aston Martin's Advanced Operations Department and works on development and implementation of new automotive technologies, in particular these related to batteries and hybrid/electric vehicles. He has a history of R&D work at the particle laboratory CERN in Geneva, aeronautical research at Nagoya University in Japan and research on battery technologies at Imperial College London. Oskar graduated Summa Cum Laude from Warsaw University of Technology, completed postgraduate studies at Imperial College London with distinction and an exchange programme at the National University of Singapore.
Aston Martin is a luxury, British, sports car company. Famous for the creation of beautiful hand-crafted sports cars, the Aston Martin range today comprises the DBS Superleggera, Vantage, DB11, Rapide AMR and special-series cars such as the Vanquish Zagato, Aston Martin Vulcan and Aston Martin Valkyrie. Based in Gaydon, England, Aston Martin designs and creates sports cars which are sold in more than 50 countries around the world.