The PEM chair is involved in an environment that covers basic research on electric mobility with all development steps up to large-scale production of corresponding components or entire vehicles. Thanks to the "Kampker Innovation Chain", the future mobility system is already being developed and tested today.
The PEM chair operates in a strong network with national and international partners from economy and industry. Through globally active collaborations, the PEM team continuously develops all of its disciplines – from the electric motor to the battery, from the fuel cell to truck electrification and micromobility.
Every year in October, the PEM chair in collaboration with "Campus Forum" invites to the renowned "Electric Vehicle Production Days" (EPT). At the event, several hundred participants from research and industry traditionally exchange ideas on the pressing issues in the broad field of electric vehicle production.
The PEM team uses various project methodologies to prepare companies for the electric mobility market in the best possible way and on an individual basis. These include the "Fit4E" method, which analyzes the core competencies and chances of small and medium-sized companies, highlighting their opportunities.