Markus Schreiber

Markus Schreiber
Technische Universität München | TUM · Department for Machine and Vehicle Technology

Master of Science

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Automotive battery cells underly a wide range of different cycling conditions and load regimes in real-world usage. Currently, academic research is being conducted mostly on cell types that are non-relevant for automotive applications. Furthermore, the tests predominantly contain abstracted, synthetic load conditions with questionable transferabili...
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With the rise of battery electric vehicles to mass production, many technical improvements have been realized to drastically increase the electric range, efficiency, and sustainability. However, insights into those valuable state-of-the-art solutions are usually not shared with researchers due to the strict non-disclosure policies of electric vehic...
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Access to up-to-date information on lithium-ion cells is crucial for a wide range of academic research areas. However, researchers generally do not have access to the latest cells from large manufacturers and therefore have to rely cells available on online marketplaces. To quantify the state of these cells, we collected data on 495 unique cells f...

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In the Electric Vehicle Lab (EV Lab), we answer questions related to the global global transition to electromobility. We enhance electric vehicles’ efficiency, sustainability and economics by optimizing and accelerating the integration of powertrain components, such as the high-voltage battery, through the entire vehicle to their operation in mobility and energy systems. For this purpose, we use both real-world and realistic laboratory tests using our extensive infrastructure as well as sophisticated simulations.