To finalize this outstanding project, the consortium just published a slide that sum up the results and the impact of the ALISE project.
During 4 years, the project managed to reach an audience estimated at more than 50’000 persons, was present in more than 50 events, submitted 5 patents (3 still pending), publish 9 scientific articles (3 still pending), organized 7 trainings, produced more than 700 lithium-sulfur cells manually, and produced 4 entire battery modules. These are great results!
This research line is continuing within the LISA Project, that started a few months ago. Objectives are to improve power rates and volumetric energy density. Stay tuned!