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Horizon 2020 Batteries: Information and Consortia Building Event - Pitches

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The workshop gave an overview of the forthcoming Horizon 2020 Battery related Calls representing a budget of around €337.5million. Horizon 2020 is the European Union’s Research and Innovation Programme.

In summary, the event covered:

- Gather information on forthcoming 2020 topics;
- Hear from current UK and European Battery Initiatives;
- Discuss and refine your project ideas with potential partners;
- Join consortia forming around forthcoming 2020 topics.


Find out more: https://ktn-uk.co.uk/news/ktn-and-innovate-uk-invite-you-to-an-information-and-consortia-building-event-for-horizon-2020-batteries

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Horizon 2020 Batteries: Information and Consortia Building Event - Pitches

  1. 1. Running Order ANSYS / GRANTA – Donna Dykeman Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) – Keri Goodwin City University London – Paul Riley FAC Technology – Alexander Fergusson Johnson Matthey – James Cookson Photocentric - Sarah Karmel / Josh Lawlor SusChem – Sheena Hindocha Upgrade Technology Engineering Ltd – Chris Hale
  2. 2. Contact person: Donna Dykeman, CR&D Programme Manager ANSYS/GRANTA Cambridge, UK Donna.Dykeman@ansys.com 44(0)1223218000 x.358 ANSYS Simulation: France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Germany, … Peak Performance for an Electric Vehicle
  3. 3. The global leader in engineering simulation The materials information technology leader • Multi-physics, multi-scale modelling • Design of cells/modules/packs • In-service thermal management • Power electronics and electric machines • Battery Management System • Structural, crash analysis • Forensics, testing • Digitalization of materials and processes • Information management for the Materials Life Cycle • Materials and manufacturing certification traceability • Tools to assess critical raw materials, circular economy, cost, restricted substances, sustainability Call topic (s) of interest: LC-BAT-8-2020 to LC-BAT-11-2020 Also Calls: LC-BAT-12-2020 to LC-BAT-15-2020
  4. 4. What we have to offer: • Materials & Process Information Management: GRANTA MI, Product Intelligence • Materials & Process Selection, Substitution: GRANTA Selector • Battery & Battery Management System (BMS): Twin Builder, Fluent, Mechanical, Maxwell, Q3D, medini analyze, SCADE • Power Electronics: Twin Builder, Mechanical, Maxwell, Q3D, SIwave, Icepak, Fluent, • Electric Machine: Maxwell, Optimetrics, DSO, Mechanical, Fluent, Twin Builder • System Integration: Maxwell, Siwave, Icepak, Q3D, Twin Builder, Mechanical, Fluent, , medini analyze, SCADE
  5. 5. What we are looking for: • Manufacturers (micro-to-large) of batteries, modules and packs • Material suppliers for advanced metallurgy, battery and system packaging • RTOs, Universities offering fundamental materials and chemistries, emerging battery technologies, etc. • Designers/Product development • Testing/metrology expertise and standardization • Certification expertise • …
  6. 6. Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) Contact person: Keri Goodwin Address, Country: Coxon Building, John Walker Road, NETPark, Sedgefield, County Durham, TS21 3FE. United Kingdom Phone n°: +44(0)1740 625720 By returning this presentation, you consent for the information contained within it to be made available online and communicated to other organisations for the purpose of stimulating collaborations for the forthcoming Calls indicated on the registration page. Please return to Natalie.Withenshaw@ktn-uk.org by the date indicated on the registration page. Please read KTN’s Privacy Policy.
  7. 7. Who we are: • RTO and Catapult Centre helping companies to develop, prove, scale-up and commercialise new products and processes. • 400+ staff across 5 National Centres, £170m industry-relevant innovation assets, 1100 projects & 2000 business collaborations delivered in 15 years. What we do: • De-risking and accelerating concepts into successful products. • Using industry-relevant expertise and capabilities (e.g. in materials, formulation and electronics), cross-sector knowledge and public bids expertise • Currently supporting battery technology development Call topic (s) of interest: LC-BAT-8-2020, LC-BAT-10-2020, LC-BAT-11-2020 Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)
  8. 8. What we have to offer: CPI have a broad capability in supporting product/process development in battery manufacture • High-throughput formulation – screening of optimal formulations for battery slurries • Dispersion, milling and scale-up of materials production • Sensor design & integration • Coating and Surface modification e.g. Plasma treatment, PVD (including ceramic deposition), ALD, wet coating, thermal treatment • Suite of complimentary characterization equipment • Process economics analysis, helping to identify and mitigate risks to commercialisation
  9. 9. What you are looking for: • Partners looking for scale-up of battery chemistries e.g. next generation Li-ion, or non-Li-ion, solid state battery materials – Materials scale-up – process engineering support, process development support – Formulation and printing scale-up – slot die, screen print – Vacuum coating – ALD & PVD • Partners looking for sensor integration for cell monitoring – Sensor manufacturers – Cell manufacturers – BMS development – Surface/interface engineering
  10. 10. City University London Contact person: Hon Professor Paul H. Riley Address, Country: Northampton Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 0HB , UK. Email: paul.riley@city.ac.uk Phone n°: +44 (0) 7973426379 By returning this presentation, you consent for the information contained within it to be made available online and communicated to other organisations for the purpose of stimulating collaborations for the forthcoming Calls indicated on the registration page. Please return to Natalie.Withenshaw@ktn-uk.org by the date indicated on the registration page. Please read KTN’s Privacy Policy.
  11. 11. City, University of London Academic Institution, founded in 1894. We are a public research university and a constituent college of the University of London since 2016. With over five Schools we have more than 70 specialist research centres, four Interdisciplinary Research Centres with staff and students currently leading more than 450 live research projects. Can contribute to next generation and realisation of battery packs for BEV and PHEV, ID: LC-BAT-10-2020
  12. 12. Project Idea / What you have to offer: By combining the Power Electronics (PE) with batteries using Multi-level converters, simulations show that: • The PE can be made 20 times lighter • Efficiency is 5% higher leading to greater range • The PE include ultra fast charging at low cost • The PE allows cell groups of 32 (called modules) to be actively managed, increasing cyclic life • Replaceable modules aid re-cycling and re-purposing • Voltages are independent of semiconductors – 3.3kV and above are achievable – Inherently safe, no HV present when stationary
  13. 13. What you are looking for: Our design is at TRL 3 and we are looking for additional partners to take the concept to TRL 7 and beyond This is disruptive technology that when developed, will transform the EV market, on land sea and in the air. Partners with volume manufacturing capability or customers in these areas are sought.
  14. 14. FAC Technology Dr Alexander Fergusson; alex@factechnology.com 53 Lydden Grove, London, SW18 4LW, UK By returning this presentation, you consent for the information contained within it to be made available online and communicated to other organisations for the purpose of stimulating collaborations for the forthcoming Calls indicated on the registration page. Please return to viola.hay@ktn-uk.org by Monday, 4 November 2019. Please read KTN’s Privacy Policy.
  15. 15. FAC Technology • FAC Technology, ‘FACT’, is a composite materials R&D company; we are a London based SME • We develop novel composites from the nano-scale up • Two of FACT’s team are lecturers in composite materials at Imperial College, so we have access to resources there • We started off developing highly damage resistant composites for airline freight containers (licensee: Nordisk Aviation) • We have developed thermally interface materials, ‘TIMs’, that offer a step change in thermal conductivity (licensee: Vantage Power-Allison Transmissions)
  16. 16. Structurally bonded batteries with integrated thermal management • We have developed TIMs with thermal conductivities up to 7.4W/mK that are electrically insulating • Structural properties can enable significant reductions in part count and assembly cost for EV batteries. • Simultaneous loading of cells and modules under multiaxial mechanical-thermal-electrical (up to 300A) loading to failure in a hardened lab/bunker at our facility in London • In-house Multiphysics solvers that can simultaneously solve PDEs for chemical reactions, elasticity, visco-elasticity, plasticity, fracture, heat transfer, viscous flow, etc… developed for modelling curing of composite components
  17. 17. What you are looking for: • Battery designers and OEMs that are interested in reducing part count in battery assembly through TIMs that behave (mechanically) like structural adhesives • Battery designers and OEMs that are looking for TIMs with significantly increased thermal conductivity • Manufacturers of EVs that are interested in mitigating the chance of thermal runaway of an individual cell propagating to adjacent cells and beyond (together with Imperial College) • NB we have an existing supply chain of toll and contract manufacturers who can produce our materials at volume
  18. 18. Johnson Matthey James Cookson Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, Reading, UK Tel: 0118 942 2061 email: james.cookson@matthey.com By returning this presentation, you consent for the information contained within it to be made available online and communicated to other organisations for the purpose of stimulating collaborations for the forthcoming Calls indicated on the registration page. Please return to Natalie.Withenshaw@ktn-uk.org by the date indicated on the registration page. Please read KTN’s Privacy Policy.
  19. 19. Johnson Matthey (JM) JM is a leading FT 100 speciality chemicals company and a global leader in advanced materials in diverse areas from catalysis and Li-ion batteries. We already makes a significant contribution to cleaner air around the world; applying our world class science to current and next generation battery materials, enabling the journey to pollution- free roads. Call topic (s) of interest: All LC-BAT Programs
  20. 20. Project Idea / What you have to offer: JM is looking to apply our advanced materials chemistry to enable new sustainable solutions in the evolving energy market • Advanced Li-ion battery materials • Solid state materials • Beyond Li-ion technologies (Li-S, Li-air, other metal systems etc) • Tailored inorganic materials for other applications • Recycling technologies We have the ability to design, model, synthesise, thoroughly characterise and scale up novel inorganic materials. We can also fabricate and electrochemically evaluate them.
  21. 21. What you are looking for: • Hear of your material needs to enable new solutions • Building of supply chains • Complementary materials suppliers • Innovative solutions and capabilities in emerging applications • Lead partners
  22. 22. Contact person: Dr. Sarah Karmel, Joshua J. Lawlor sarah.karmel@photocentric.co.uk, joshua.lawlor@photocentric.co.uk Cambridge House Oxney Road Peterborough PE1 5YW United Kingdom By returning this presentation, you consent for the information contained within it to be made available online and communicated to other organisations for the purpose of stimulating collaborations for the forthcoming Calls indicated on the registration page. Please return to viola.hay@ktn-uk.org by Monday, 4 November 2019. Please read KTN’s Privacy Policy.
  23. 23. Formed in 2002 to manufacture a patented package of photopolymer. Invented concept of using LCD screens as image source in SLA printing in 2005. Employ 120 people in Peterborough and 45 in Phoenix USA. 8 granted patents in LCD 3D printing, 16 pending. Started in 3D printing with an Innovate grant in to develop 2014 an LCD prototype printer. in addition to £2.5m of Innovate R&D grants £1.5mInvestment in R&D 2019 Running UK Govt. Innovate grants; Liquid Metal and Colossus. 1 34Scientists carrying out research and development Winner of 2 Queens Awards. Innovation 2016 & International Trade 2018 European Grant: Proboscis. Project focused on the development of biomimetic materials Call topic (s) of interest: LC-BAT-10-2020 (IA)
  24. 24. Project Idea / What you have to offer: 3D fabrication of battery components Cost and time reduction Formulation knowledge
  25. 25. What you are looking for: • Project lead for a H2020 battery project • Knowledge regarding materials desired for battery active components • Analytical facilities & equipment to assess 3D printed battery materials
  26. 26. SusChem is the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry • A network of National Technology Platforms in 17 countries across Europe • KTN is the UK’s contact point for SusChem SusChem was created with a mission to revitalise and inspire European chemistry and industrial biotechnology research, development and innovation in a sustainable way to respond to pressing societal challenges. • Through policy, technology and inititives
  27. 27. • SIRA - Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda • Sustainable Chemistry and Industrial Biotech technology innovation priorities for the short and medium term to feed into Horizon Europe Programme • SIRA will launch at stakeholder event 27th November, Brussels – registration open now • For more information contact Sheena Hindocha (sheena.hindocha@ktn-uk.org)
  28. 28. Upgrade Technology Engineering Ltd Contact person: Chris Hale 22 Blanche Lane, South Mimms, Hertfordshire. EN6 3PA Chris@upgradetech.co.uk (+44) 7912 848040
  29. 29. Upgrade Technology Engineering Ltd • A UK based R&D engineering company Founded in 2006 to provide design support and consultancy as well as developing and researching cutting edge techniques for improving battery management and performance. • UTE offers modular BMS electronic platforms incorporating proprietary battery management technology as well as providing bespoke BMS and battery designs services for clients. • Call topic of interest: LC-BAT-9-2020(RIA)
  30. 30. Project Idea / What you have to offer: What we have to offer: A patented electronic management solution to regulating power through multi chemistry modules within battery systems. • The patented approach will enable any mix of chemistries, balanced to provide optimum trade off of power, energy, cycle life and safety. • The technology regulates power without need for DC/DC converters • Allows redundancy failure and reduces maintenance costs. • Allows increased lifespan through reduced stressing and optimising the usage of each chemistry as well as reducing the burden on aged cells. • Allows systems with new and aged modules to be implemented within a series string. Modules can be switched out and swapped or replaced without shutting down the system. • Uses advanced predictive usage algorithms within the BMS system to track SoC/SoH and demand requirements for each chemistry.
  31. 31. What you are looking for: UTE’s core business is only in generating advanced control and management electronics for battery systems. we are looking for: • Battery manufacturers • Integration partners • OEM’s • Power converter / storage management system specialists

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