Battery Modelling Symposium

Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium 2019

M-RHEX was a proud sponsor of the first Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium, which took place at Pembroke College, University of Oxford on 18 and 19 March 2019. Andrew Wang, a DPhil student in the Charles Monroe Research Group, University of Oxford, said of the event:

“The Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium was a great opportunity for those involved in the battery modelling community to come together and discuss their work. Over the two days, 13 oral presentations from world-renowned experts covered topics from the atomistic length scale to continuum models and finally to control-oriented approaches. Attendees particularly appreciated the keynote speakers Professor John Newman and Professor Gregory Plett who spoke on electrochemical energy storage and physics-based battery management systems. There were many great networking opportunities for senior researchers, early career researchers and PhD students in academia, research institutes and industry from the UK and all over the world. Poster sessions also presented more latest findings. The Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium demonstrated the ever-increasing enthusiasm for battery energy storage from a modelling perspective, and showcased the potential for battery modellers to further the field of electrochemical energy storage science and technology.”


The Banquet at the Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium 2019
Poster area at the Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium 2019


Discussions around a poster at the Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium 2019
The audience at the oxford battery modelling symposium 2019