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Latest news and announcements of ZBT

   Prof. Dr. Harry Hoster holds the Chair of Energy Technology at the University of Duisburg-Essen since October 1, 2021, and thus also becomes the new scientific director of the ZBT – The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Center
   Wir suchen Verstärkung bei der Erweiterung von Analyse- und Testkompetenzen des ZBT im Bereich der PEM-Wasserelektrolyse.
   Haben Sie als studentische/wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft Interesse an der Lebensdaueroptimierung und der Kostensenkung von Brennstoffzellensystemen und -komponenten mitzuwirken?
   Haben Sie Interesse an der Lebensdaueroptimierung und Kostensenkung von Brennstoffzellensystemen und -komponenten zu forschen? Dann sind Sie bei uns richtig!
   We will present current developments in the field of highly conductive compounds and related processing methods at the Essen trade fair in Hall 3 / booth A116.
   The fourth PRHYDE webinar will take place on 20th of September 2021 from 15:00-17:00 CET. Presented will be the progress and further steps in the PRHYDE project. The webinar will take place just before the start of the International Conference of Hydrogen Safety (ICHS), organised by the International Association of Hydrogen Safety.
   As part of the HYDRAITE consortium, we cordially invite you to attend the "Public online closing event" on 23 September 2021. Further information and access details will be available here as soon as possible, as well as on our social media channels Twitter and LinkedIn.
   In the IGF project 15 EWN, ZBT developed novel electrodes for lithium-sulphur batteries based on lithium sulphide (Li2S) as cathode material together with project partners of the University of Cologne, Chair of Inorganic and Materials Chemistry and the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE), Chair of Energy Technology.
   Seien Sie dabei, wenn es um die Optimierung von Brennstoffzellenkomponenten geht. Hierbei sind die Materialanalyse sowie die Detektion von Gefügeveränderungen von großer Bedeutung um Schadensphänomene abzuleiten und zu vermeiden.
   ZBT 2021 will be there again: Live at the Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart on 14 and 15 September 2021, we will provide information about current hydrogen and fuel cell research and, of course, our concept for a hydrogen center of mobility in Duisburg.
Last update:  17.11.2020