Research Groups of PEM
Battery ProductionCopyright: © PEM
The battery production division is subdivided into the three groups Battery Production, Battery Engineering and Battery Components, which deal with industrial and research projects relating to lithium-ion batteries ranging from cells to packs.
Further information on the Battery Production group.
Battery Components & RecyclingCopyright: © PEM
In the Battery Components & Recycling group, various components of the lithium-ion battery are further developed. This is done in a practical way by means of the associated battery cell production for test cells and large-format pouch cells. In various industrial and research projects, issues relating to the production and design of materials and other components are considered.
Further information on the Battery Components & Recycling group.
Battery EngineeringCopyright: © PEM
The Battery Engineering group deals with issues relating to the development of lithium-ion battery systems. The focus is on the mechanical, electrical and thermal design of battery modules and packs consisting of prismatic, cylindrical or pouch cells.
Further information on the Battery Engineering group.
Electric Drive ProductionCopyright: © PEM
The group Electric Drive Production of PEM is focused on the realization of an economic production of the electric drive train – from engine to integrated wiring system.
Further information on the Electric Drive Production group.
Fuel CellCopyright: © PEM
The Fuel Cell group: Production Technology and Organization deals with the production technology of PEM fuel cells on the background of mobile applications. In particular, the focus is on the scalability of processes in order to enable a cost reduction for fuel cell technology.
Further information on the Fuel Cell group.
E-Mobility Production EngineeringCopyright: © PEM
The E-Mobility Production Engineering group develops and implements innovative solutions in the field of complete vehicle integration of alternative drives and storage systems. The focus is on the development and production of modularly adaptable all-electric and hydrogen-based powertrains for commercial vehicles. The spectrum ranges from small municipal vehicles to heavy construction machinery and long-range trucks.
Further information about the E-Mobility Production Engineering group.