May 2020: To make the results of LiBAT available to the broader community, they will be shown on the International Conference on Electric and Hybrid Aerospace Technology (ICEHAT 2020) at the end of June 2020 in Paris. Our abstract has been accepted.

April 2020: Work in the workshop is taking up some speed again. First successfull tests on assembled battery strings.

March 2020: Corona hits us like anyone else. We will try to keep to the initial timeline. Workshop access at the different locations is limited or not possible at all. Ordered parts are considerably delayed. The EES 2020 was canceled.

Feb 2020: We intend to show the LiBAT results & methods on the Electrical Energy Storage (EES) conference in Munich (June 2020). An abstract was submitted.

Okt 2019: We have gathered in Garching close to Munich to review the LiBAT design. The LiBAT battery will be a highly integrated modular battery system, combining two innovative approaches: an immersed thermal management with the high-tech fluid Novec and modular power electronics in a Multi-Level-Inverter setting. Everyone is eager to get going and to see the behaviour in the real demonstrator.

Left to right: Josef Wasner (LionSmart), Prof. Dr. Paul Riley (City University of London), Dr. Alejandro Cardenas (TWT), Jean-Marc le Peuvedic (Dassault Aviation), Frank Nittel (LionSmart), Sebastian Stoll (LionSmart), Maximilian Leonhardt (TWT), Frederik Scholer (TWT)

Left to right: Prof. Dr. Paul Riley (City University of London), Jean-Marc le Peuvedic (Dassault Aviation), Frank Nittel (LionSmart), Sebastian Stoll (LionSmart), Dr. Jan Dahlhaus (TWT), Maximilian Leonhardt (TWT), Frederik Scholer (TWT)

Sept 2019: The consortium has extended the LiBAT approach towards the use of MLI technology. In this area we will be supported by Prof. Dr. Riley from the City University of London and Obrad Dordevic from Liverpool John Moores University.

Nov 2018: Project Kick-Off with TWT, Lion Smart and the topic lead, Dassault Aviation.