Lithium-ion batteries are still the most popular choice for EVs, but they are not without limitations. They can be expensive, have a limited range, and take a long time to charge. Next generation solid-state and metal-air batteries offer the potential to overcome the limitations of Li-ion batteries. They are more energy-dense, have a longer range, and charge much faster.
But how do you design and optimize these next-generation batteries? Hear from Martin Petit, Project Manager of MODALIS European project, and Xavier Conqui, Business Development Manager for Automotive at Siemens in our on-demand webinar.
Engineers must be able to quickly forecast the effects of battery design changes on the performance of next-generation batteries in the real world if they are to stay ahead of the innovation race. You can benefit from Simcenter's all-inclusive battery modeling service by:
The future of electrified powertrains depends on next-generation battery systems. These batteries need to be more efficient, safer, and longer-lasting than current lithium-ion batteries. Simcenter can help you to make better decisions about your battery designs, and to ensure that your next-generation batteries meet the needs of your customers.
Learn more about how Simcenter can help you to simulate next-generation battery systems in our on-demand webinar.
Electrochemical Engineer at IFP Energies Nouvelles and Project Manager
Martin PETIT graduated from Ecole des Mines of Nancy in 2007 and obtained his Ph.D. in chemical engineering of INPL in 2011. He joined the IFPEN battery modeling team as an electrochemical engineer in 2012 and has contributed to the development of electrical storage systems models for system simulation in automotive applications primarily implemented in Simcenter Amesim LIBES library. Since 2013, Martin has been involved in activities around Li-ion batteries safety modeling, and since 2020 he has been coordinator of the H2020 project MODALIS² dedicated to next-generation battery modeling.
Business Development Manager for Automotive
Xavier Conqui has worked for several software-related companies in CAD and real-time simulation. He started his career at Autodesk in charge of the personal solution business unit for France. He then worked in sales and distribution management at Startup and multinationals related to the virtual reality industry and CFD simulations. Xavier joined Siemens in 2021. He is based in Paris and is focused on electric vehicles and works with software product management teams and sales teams globally to meet customers' requirements.