The switch to regenerative forms of energy and to e-mobility has led to an enormous increase in public, economic and scientific interest in batteries and fuel cells. With our interdisciplinary team, we are researching more efficient and resource-saving energy storage of the next generation.
For this, it is important to better understand phenomena at the internal interfaces in battery and energy carrier materials. We are therefore continuously developing nanoanalytical methods to study these interfacial processes and applying correlative nanoanalytics to better understand reaction mechanisms at the electrode-electrolyte interfaces. In addition, we are developing model coatings to further develop the interfacial processes.