Galileo Science Center, Photo: Astrid Eckert, TU München
With this event we would like to foster the communication between the research groups of e-conversion at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) and industrial companies. We want to elaborate how to explore, initiate and deepen possible collaborations and synergies between your company and our research network.
Date: November 23, 2023
Time: Starts at 9:30 a.m., ends around 6:00 p.m.
Location: Galileo Science Congress Center, Garching
09:30 Welcome and Introduction to e-conversion (Prof. Dr. Achim Hartschuh, LMU)
10:00 Structures and Instrumentation of e-conversion (Prof. Dr. Ian Sharp, TUM)
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Industry Keynote Talk I: “The Need of the Future Energy System for e-conversion” (Prof. Dr. Maximilian Fleischer, Siemens Energy)
11:30 Industry Keynote Talk II: “Energy Transition towards Sustainable Energy Supply: Challenges and “Catalytic” Contributions” (Prof. Dr. Richard Fischer, Clariant)
12:00 Lunch & Informal Discussions
13:00 High Throughput Methods at e-conversion (Prof. Dr. Helge Stein, TUM)
13:30 Industry Keynote Talk III: ,,Approaches and Challenges in Materials Development for Organic Photovoltaics“ (Dr. Julia Marie-Christine Schäfer, Heliatek GmbH)
14:00 Coffee Break
14:30 Startup Talk I: Dr. Amir Amin (Serino)
14:45 Startup Talk II: Dr. Andreas Walz (pureions GmbH)
15:00 Startup Talk III: Dr. Gianluca Pauletto (SYPOX GmbH)
15:15 Poster Session / Get-together with Drinks & Informal Discussions
→ Program Download (PDF)
Representatives from leading companies will present their views on the technological challenges, perspectives and opportunities on the way to a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply to discuss this exciting and extremely important topic.
Startup companies that emerged from e-conversion groups provide insights into their business.
Networking / Poster Session:
Use the coffee breaks and lunch to make contacts in an informal atmosphere. Industry partners and scientists are encouraged to exchange ideas about possible cooperation projects. Let’s openly discuss where we can support new technological developments with our basic research and what challenges we can tackle together. Posters presenting e-conversion’s infrastructure and current research will be complimented by information booths of selected companies.