Delivering “Industrial Strength” Physics-based Battery Modelling

At a webinar on 7 December a panel of battery experts discussed how a new open standard – the Battery Parameter eXchange (BPX) – could help to unleash the potential for industrial use of physics-based battery models by simplifying the process of creating and using models, thereby reducing costs and time to market and increasing product performance and quality.

Register now to join us for a follow-on, technical deep-dive webinar on 11th January at 2-3.30 pm to hear from the authors of BPX as they describe the details of this battery modelling standard and how to use it to unlock the benefits of physics-based modelling for your organisation. The presenting team will be:

Dr Robert Timms – University of Oxford / Faraday MSM project
Dr Edmund Dickinson – About:Energy
Dr Jamie Foster – University of Portsmouth / Faraday MSM project
Dr Ivan Korotkin – University of Southampton / Faraday MSM project

Register and learn about:

  • BPX 1.0 tutorial: the what and why of the standard

    What is a physics-based model?
    Measuring physical cells to extract model parameters
    The value of JSON file format for BPX

  • Using BPX with PyBaMM and DandeLiion battery modelling simulators
  • Panel Discussion: What next for BPX?
  • Q&A

Register now

Missed the previous webinar? Watch the recording here