Batteries, Super Capacitors & Fuel Cells

Seminar Batteryuniversity

Karlstein am Main, (PresseBox) - At 3 – 4 July 2017 Batteryuniversity GmbH offers a seminar for battery users, pack assemblers, cell makers, energy sources suppliers, academic researchers, R & D engineers, market researchers, safety supervisors, battery shippers and disposals and e-mobility industry members. Speaker is Shmuel De-Leon Founder and CEO of Shmuel De-Leon Energy Ltd., a company which is the leader in the field of energy storage knowledge and provides a comprehensive collection of information services for the battery, fuel cell, super capacitors & EV industries. Prior to founding the company, Shmuel held for over 21 years various positions as an energy storage, electronic engeneering and quality control team manager. The seminar has the following content:
  • Battery characteristics
  • Primary cells & batteries
  • Rechargeable cells & manufacturing process
  • Battery chargers
  • Military batteries, Thermal & reserve batteries
  • Battery design process
  • Battery Safety, Battery disposal
  • The „smart battery“
  • Battery testing systems
  • Energy storage for the grid
  • Fuel cells
  • Ultra capacitors
  • The E-Mobility revolution
Date: 3 + 4 July 2017, 9.30-17.00, Seminar number S11

Location: Batteryuniversity GmbH

Am Sportplatz 30, 63791 Karlstein


On webseite or Evelyn Witt by telephone under +49 6188/ 99410-0 or via mail Participants get seminar documents and a certificate. Costs are 740,- Euro netto per participant. 

Batteryuniversity GmbH

Batteryuniversity (BU) is an accredited test laboratory for battery and environmental tests, and it tests the quality and safety of products. Batteryuniversity offers basic training for lithium ion battery technology and for battery management systems. The training provision from BU is aimed at battery developers and users, project managers and product managers as well as buyers and logisticians.

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