We wish everyone a good start into the new year 2022, good health and much success!
MDPI Batteries highlighted our paper on vanadium electrolytes for vanadium redox flow batteries.
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We are happy to present the second edition of our biannual newsletter, where we review the first half of the project and present our activities concerning the higher scales, such as a microCT scan of a graphite felt, our approach to numerical stack & system simulations as well as the total cost analysis for two different electrolytes. For more information, please follow https://www.sonar-redox.eu/en/news/newsletter/12-21.html.
Alan Kohler is discussing the tragedy of Australian Manufacturing and mentioning our member Maria Skyllas-Kazacos regarding vanadium redox flow batteries in Australia.
You can read the full article here: https://thenewdaily.com.au/finance/finance-news/2021/12/09/manufacturing-australia-alan-kohler/
With 2021, a very changeable year is now drawing to a close. Due to the fact that we work in two hemispheres with the Sydney and Pfinztal sites, we had to continuously and alternately struggle with the challenges of the COVID 19 pandemic.
The year 2021 began with the emergence of the new delta variant and led to drastic restrictions and lockdowns in Germany, Europe and especially in countries in the northern hemisphere that extended into June. In particular, travel restrictions and workplace measures such as distance rules or home offices led to challenges regarding the implementation of existing projects and the acquisition of new projects. Reciprocal stays have of course been out of the question since the beginning of 2020. The onset of winter in Australia in turn led to tighter measures there from July onwards, including lockdowns until the beginning of November. Currently, UNSW return to campus is limited to essential staff and research students.. Furthermore, students who are overseas are starting to return Australia.Continue reading “A Message from the Director”