Battery Technologies (SE)


Course lecturer:

DI Dr. techn.

 Markus Heinrici
Course numberVEEMS-2.01
Course codeBattTech
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction English

Students get to know the most important methods und elements of

battery technology, theoretical bases on functionality, e-chemistry algorithm, safety on e-chemistrial systems, overview on battery types.

Detailed battery technologiesNano structure cellsMaterial discussionsBattery research dry cells & liquid cells and electrolyte systemsBattery MonitoringCharging systems, standard and fast charging unitsBattery safety


Robert A. Huggins: Advanced Batteries: Materials Science Aspects,

Springer, 2009

Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken:

Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery: Cadmium, NiCd, Nickel-Cadmium

Battery, Lithium-Ion Battery, Low Self-Discharge NiMH Battery, AA

Battery, Betascript publishing, 2010

Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken:

Sodium-Sulfur Battery: Molten Metal, Sodium, Sulfur, Corrosion,

Grid Energy Storage, Betascript publishing, 2010

David Linden, Thomas B. Reddy: Handbook Of Batteries, McGraw-

Hill, 2001

Jonathan Cole, Andrew Walsh: Light on the Earth: The Solar Option,


Tim Woo: An Energy-Efficient Image Representation for Mobile

Systems: A Scalable, Secure and Energy-Efficient Approach using

Binary-Space Partitioning (BSP) Tree, Lambert, 2009

Masaki Yoshio, Ralph J. Brodd, and Akiya Kozawa : Lithium-Ion

Batteries: Science and Technologies, 2009

H.A. Kiehne: Battery Technology Handbook (Electrical and Computer

Engineering), 2003

H.J. Bergveld, W.S. Kruijt, and P.H.L Notten: Battery Management

Systems: Design by Modelling (Philips Research Book Series), 2002

D. A. J. Rand: Batteries for Electric Vehicles (Electronic & Electrical

Engineering Research Studies. Power Sources Technology Series, 4),



Energy Harvesting Journal

Battery Power Magazine