Multiphysics and Multiscale Battery Simulation

17 November 2022 | Virtual Live Event  |  2 p.m. - 6 p.m.


In the development of large-format battery systems such as those used in electric vehicles, many physical, chemical, and electrical processes must be considered. Safety, performance, size, cost, and reliability of such storage systems are aspects to be focused on to ensure a broader market penetration and competitiveness of electric vehicles. Battery simulations save time-consuming series of measurements and help to accelerate development processes. Thus, a better understanding of the battery system can be achieved at an early stage of development. Simulation methods must be able to represent coupled and interacting phenomena and to consider new materials, to fine tune existing ones or improve cell and pack designs. With our simpulse day we would like to discuss existing industrial challenges, show the latest research approaches and simulation methods. According to the objectives of the asc(s association, representatives from science and industry are invited to participate in a B2B forum for pre-competitive exchange and initiation of research groups and projects.



2:15 p.m. CET
Arrival of the Guests on the Web Platform

2:30 p.m. CET
Introduction & Motivation
Alexander F. Walser | Automotive Solution Center for Simulation e.V.

2:45 p.m. CET
Thermal Battery Simulations - A Detailed 3-D View or Vehicle-level Modelling? Complete Workflow that Addresses OEM's Challenges in Battery Simulations.
Dr. Bartosz Górecki , Michał Suchonos | QuickerSim

3:15 p.m. CET 
Modeling Thermal Runaway in Battery Cells and Packs
Dr. Johannes Sperber , Dr. Phillip Oberdorfer  |  Comsol Multiphysics GmbH

3:45 p.m. CET
Battery Simulation with Ansys Tools
Rolf Reinelt  |  ANSYS Germany GmbH

4:15 p.m. CET
Virtual Coffee Break

 4.45 p.m. CET
Addressing Battery Development Challenges by Means of System Simulation
Dr. Dig Vijay, Nils Framke, Peter Stopp | Gamma Technologies GmbH

5:15 p.m. CET 
Highly Dynamic Battery Management Test System with Real-time Electrochemical Impedance Simulation (ZSim)
Dr. Michael Schwalm  |  Fraunhofer IEE Kassel  ,  Franz Dengler  |   MicroNova AG 

5:45 p.m. CET
Open Discussion

6:00 p.m. 
End of the Event




  • Simulation Managers
  • R&D Engineers
  • Researchers
  • Business Development Managers

 … with the focus on virtual battery development.




  • gain stimulating impulses and informative insights into the latest methods, software tools and best practices from the perspective of scientists, software vendors and end users


  • discuss future challenges and solution approaches within an unique expert community


  • network and collaborate with other experts to intesivate business relationships and start new research projects closing methodological gaps


virtual live event



participation is free of charge (B2B event)

The event language will be English.

Follow our invitation and secure your personal ticket now.



Automotive Solution Center for Simulation e.V.

Dipl.-Ing. Alexander F. Walser
Curiestraße 2 | 70563 Stuttgart | Germany | +49 (0) 711 699659-10 |


Automotive Solution Center for Simulation e.V.  | Curiestraße 2 |  70563 Stuttgart |  Germany
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