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Battery Materials and Technology, Master of Science

Access to sustainable and renewable energy represents one of the great challenges in the 21st century. Therefore, electrochemical energy storage, in particular batteries, will be an essential tool for the future. The English-taught Master's degree programme "Battery Materials and Technology" will prepare its students for these future challenges. It addresses central issues of energy storage in an interdisciplinary manner, and focusses questions like efficiency and safety of new battery materials within a scientific orientation.

We want to contribute to the success of the energy transition not only through excellent research, but also through excellent teaching. That is why we are looking forward to excellent applicants who are working with us on the next generation of batteries.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Danzer,
Director of the Bavarian Centre for Battery Technology (BayBatt)

Any questions? Please contact the programme moderator or the programme coordinator.

Prof. Dr. Georg Papastavrou

Prof. Dr. Georg Papastavrou

Programme moderator

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Dr. Julia Menzelcoordinator of the degree programme

Phone: +49 (0)921 / 55-5877
E-mail: julia.menzel@uni-bayreuth.de, baybatt@uni-bayreuth.de


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