Project coordinator and project partner

Project coordinator


Fraunhofer IWS

At Fraunhofer IWS, we contribute our expertise in material, surface and laser technologies to the development of new electrode materials and battery cells.

Project partner


Fraunhofer IKTS

Fraunhofer IKTS develops ceramic materials, processing methods and setup concepts for next-generation energy storage systems and implements them up to pilot scale.


TU Dresden

Chair of Inorganic Chemistry I 

The Chair of Inorganic Chemistry at TU Dresden researches new anode materials and resulting structure/property relationships for battery cell applications.


TU Dresden

Chair of Inorganic-Nonmetallic Materials 

The Chair of Inorganic-Nonmetallic Materials of the TU Dresden's Institute of Materials Science provides its expertise in electrochemical surface modification and material characterization as well as in modeling of electrochemical systems.


Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW)

Leibniz IFW provides its expertise in the field of structural and spectroscopic material characterization focusing on in situ/operando techniques as well as on the development of new electrode materials and battery components with improved mechanical properties.



The project objective at NaMLab gGmbH is to transfer knowledge about processes, methods and materials from microelectronics to energy storage technology and to promote synergies from both very different fields. At NaMLab, the focus is on materials development in connection with lithium-based accumulators.