DEFACTOto present its li-ion cell materials and transport modelling results in its final conference

Led by CIDETEC Energy Storage, the initiative has been focused on developing a tool to improve the understanding of cell behavior and cell manufacturing process to facilitate new high capacity and high voltage Li-ion cell generation 3b batteries

 On November 30, 2023, from 9:00 to 14:00 (CET) in the Tres Reyes Hotel (Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain), DEFACTO will showcase its main results in the different technical areas such as battery modelling, simulation, cell performance, optimization and analytical tools, among others


DEFACTO (Battery DEsign and manuFACTuring Optimization through multiphysic modelling) will hold its final conference focused on the critical topic of digitalization in battery manufacturing and its role in completing the value chain within various industries.

From 09:00 to 14:00 (CET), H2020 DEFACTO project’s main achievements will be shared in the field of battery digitalization field  where it will be shown how the computational tools developed in the project serve to (i) tailor new optimal cell designs, (ii) optimize the fabrication steps of electrode processing and electrolyte filling, and (iii) shape the new generation of 3b materials. In addition, the conference is designed to facilitate knowledge exchange and foster a collaborative environment where leading companies will also share their experiences, insights, and concerns regarding the challenges and opportunities presented by digitalization in the battery sector.

The event will be held in Donostia-San Sebastián in the Tres Reyes Hotel. Registration is free and open to anyone who wants to learn about the latest results and solutions in the cell manufacturing industry.

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The ambition of DEFACTO has been to turbocharge the development of next-generation lithium-ion batteries for the automotive market with a series of multiscale multiphysics modelling tools. This advancement can lead to reduced manufacturing costs, increased electric vehicle range, and enhanced competitiveness in the global electric vehicle and energy storage markets, contributing to Europe's sustainability and economic growth goals.