Session 4

Characterisation as accelerator on advanced physics-based modelling; from product development to Use-Cases

Introduction

The Modelling and Characterisation session aims to shed light on current state-of-the-art developments in the field of integrated and validated characterisation and modelling suites for manufacturing.

This session will be led by EC-funded projects and end-users success stories that brought solutions to the European market from the product development phase to the final validation/application.

In addition, the session will include a plenary discussion on the challenges and opportunities arising in Mechanical modelling and demonstrators’ testing/validation, which is an important aspect of product performance assurance prior to entering the market.

This talk will make clear how close we are and how we can overcome contradictory modelling/characterization outcomes, opening the path to new strategies for making the industry more resilient, saving resources ,and accelerate the time-to-market of end-products.

Day 2 - Tuesday, Apr 27, 2023
15:00 - 16:45
Room Festsaal

Interoperable Characterization Data for Battery Models and Gigafactories
by Ferry Kienberger (Keysight Technologies, AT)

Impulse presentation #2
by Verena Maier-Kiener (Montanuniversität Leoben, AT)

Presentation by new Horizon Europe projects on “Advanced materials modelling and characterisation”
D-STANDART (Vis Dhanisetty, NLR, NL) 
MatCHMaker (Jason Ludovic, CEA, FR) 
CoBRAIN (Markus ApelAccess Technology GmbHDE) 
Project (NN, Organisation, Country)
Project (NN, Organisation, Country)

Roundtable discussion on "Challenges and Opportunities in materials modelling and demonstrators’ testing/validation; how close we are to industrial needs and sustainable exploitation of modelling/characterization outcomes."
D-STANDART (Vis Dhanisetty, NLR, NL) 
MatCHMaker (Jason Ludovic, CEA, FR) 
CoBRAIN (Markus ApelAccess Technology GmbHDE) 
Project (NN, Organisation, Country)
Project (NN, Organisation, Country)

Moderator:
Franz Pirker (AC2T, i-Tribomat, AT)

 

Chair: Costas Charitidis (NTUA/RNanoLab, GR)

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European Materials Modelling Council
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