on-demand webinar

Optimize design and performance of EV batteries with digital twins

Discover how digital twins are revolutionizing battery cell design for longer range, faster charging, and enhanced safety in electric vehicles

Estimated Watching Time: 60 minutes


A simulation of a battery cell build in STAR-CCM.

Unlock the potential of next-generation EVs with optimized battery design powered by digital twins. This revolutionary technology creates virtual replicas of physical batteries, enabling engineers to simulate performance and explore design options before ever building a prototype.

Digital twins empower you to overcome traditional EV battery design challenges like maximizing driving range, enabling faster charging, and ensuring optimal safety while reducing development costs and time-to-market.

Discover how this approach can help you achieve:

  • Extended Range: Design batteries for superior energy density, translating to longer distances on a single charge.
  • Faster Charging: Simulate and optimize charging profiles for efficient and rapid battery replenishment.
  • Enhanced Safety: Leverage digital twins to predict and mitigate thermal runaway risks, ensuring safe battery operation.

Move beyond the limitations of trial-and-error and embrace a future of efficient, powerful, and safe EVs with the power of digital twin technology.

Ready to dive deeper into this transformative approach and explore how it can revolutionize your battery development process? Watch this recorded webinar.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Aziz Abdellahi

Battery Application Specialist

Aziz Abdellahi is a Battery Application Specialist at Siemens Digital Industries Software. His expertise includes electrochemical modeling, equivalent circuit modeling, battery life modeling, statistical pack analysis, vehicle-level modeling, and atomistic modeling. Prior to joining Siemens, Aziz worked as a Principal Modeling Scientist at A123 Systems, a major supplier of Li-ion batteries for the automotive and grid sectors. Aziz holds a PhD in Materials Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has authored 15 peer-reviewed publications in the field of Li-ion batteries. He was the recipient of the 2014 Norman Hackerman Young Author Award (Electrochemical Society) and the recipient of SAE’s Outstanding Oral Presentation Award (2018).

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Xavier Conqui

Business Development Manager

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.

Related resources