Dr Ervin Tal-Gutelmacher, Senior Scientist
Elbit Systems Land & C4I
Europe 2016 Presentation - Elbit Systems Land & C4I*
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Elbit Systems™ Energy's Hybrid Aqueous Supercapacitor (HAS)-based solutions offer a new approach to energy storage, overcoming the limitations of standard batteries in supporting high-power applications with numerous power cycles. Elbit Systems™ Energy's product portfolio will be outlined with specific focus on the design-advantages and materials-novelty of HAS technology.
Speaker Biography (Ervin Tal-Gutelmacher)
Dr. Ervin Tal-Gutelmacher is the R&D manager at Elbit Energy&Power Department, at Elbit System Land and C4I, Israel, where she is engaged in a variety of R&D activities focusing on application of promising advanced materials and state-of-art nanotechnologies for development and design of novel energy-storage devices. Prior to her role at Elbit Systems, after receiving her PhD (2006) in Materials Science and Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel, Dr. Tal-Gutelmacher worked for 4 years, initially as an Alexander von Humboldt, and later on as a Minerva research fellow at the Institute of Materials Physics in Göttingen, Germany. Dr. Tal-Gutelmacher is currently a member of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde (DGM), of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), and of the Materials Research Society (MRS), and has contributed numerous journal and conference publications.
Company Profile (Elbit Systems)
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As a division of Elbit Systems - an international defence electronic company - Elbit Energy has developed a full range of energy storage and power management solutions that meet the demanding requirements of civilian markets. Elbit Energy's solutions address the following requirements: high power, high voltage and energy, extended life cycle, rapid charge-discharge times, environmentally-friendly, smart power management and full compliance with commercial and military standards.