Enabling large scale manufacturing of Solid-state batteries

Lithium-ion battery cells with conventional active materials are reaching their limits in terms of energy densities and suffer from safety issues that become even more critical in the future. Solid-state batteries can solve these issues, but they are not yet manufactured on a large scale. To enable large scale manufacturing of Solid-state batteries, project PULSELiON sets out new pulsed laser deposition based technologies for solid-state battery manufacturing.

View our concept video to learn more about project PULSELiON

PULSELiON project facts and figures

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48 months
Started 1-9-2022

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EU contribution
€ 6 998 543

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15 PARTNERS
from 10 countries

Latest News

  • PULSELiONs 3rd OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION

    PULSELiONs 3rd OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION

    Today we start a series of posts around open ACCESS PUBLICATIONS from project PULSELiON! As much as 5 new publications have been published from PULSELiON over the last period We start the series by presenting the journal article “A perspective on the building blocks of a solid-state battery: from solid electrolytes to quantum power harvesting…


  • PULSELiON’s 2nd OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION

    PULSELiON’s 2nd OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION

    Project PULSELiON has achieved its SECOND OPEN ACCESS PUBLICATION! The journal article “Three Dimensional Physical Modeling of the Wet Manufacturing Process of Solid State Battery Electrodes” has been published in the Journal of Power Sources Volume 580 on 1 October 2023. The work presents a three-dimensional physics-based modeling workflow to study the impact of wet…


  • Launch of the PULSELiON CONCEPT VIDEO

    Launch of the PULSELiON CONCEPT VIDEO

    We are very proud to officially launch our PULSELiON concept video. In this video, you will learn more about the technological concept behind project PULSELiON, and about the expected results and impact. Have fun watching!  


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