Consortium

Consortium

MUSIC Project is composed of a balanced team of 11 members & 1 affiliate entity, all key European actors in the supercapacitor sector, from multidisciplinary and highly research-experienced, to market-driven partners.

CIC energiGUNE

CIC energiGUNE

CIC energiGUNE is an energy storage research center specialized in electrochemical storage (batteries and supercapacitors), thermal energy solutions and hydrogen technologies that aims to generate disruptive scientific knowledge in materials and technological solutions related to energy, and contributing to improve industry competitiveness and sustainable development.

Within The MUSIC Project, CIC energiGUNE, as well as being the coordinator, will be responsible for the materials development & characterization, electrode manufacturing, sodium-ion capacitor prototyping, aging and post-mortem activities & recycling, as well as giving support in the initial testing of the cells and modules to verify the conformity.

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KIT-Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Karslruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) imparts knowledge making significant contributions to global challenges in the fields of energy, mobility and information.

Within the MUSIC project, it will be involved in the development of sustainable electrode recipes based on water-processable bio-derived polymeric binders and assess. KIT will also provide guidance to support the sustainable development of SICs, by means of an LCC and LCA sustainability analysis for new materials, components and full cells.

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CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Centre national de la recherche scientifique, the public organization of multidisciplinary research in France, will be involved in evaluating the chemical, physical and electrochemical properties of recycled carbon fibers and in the search for alternative environmentally friendly/bio-sourced sacrificial molecules.

CNRS will be in charge of setting-up in-situ and operando spectroscopic as well as electronic microscope to provide feedback about the compatibility of materials and electrolytes.

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Nantes Université

Nantes Université

Nantes Université, the major institution of French higher education, will be involved in evaluating the chemical, physical and electrochemical properties of recycled carbon fibers and in the search for alternative environmentally friendly/bio-sourced sacrificial molecules.

It will be in charge of setting-up in-situ and operando spectroscopies as well as electronic microscopy to provide feedback about the compatibility of materials and electrolytes.

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Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III

Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III

The Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III is one of France´s leading universities, thanks to its scientific influence and the diversity of the laboratories and courses it offers in science, health, sports, technology and engineering.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will be involved in the design and optimization of electrochemical properties of MXenes for their application in sodium-ion technology. Moreover, it will actively participate in the development of analytical spectroscopic and operando sensing for the understanding of ion transport and interfacial phenomena.

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Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

The Friedrich Schiller University Jena, one of the oldest universities in Germany, with particular expertise in technological areas related to optics, glass manufacture and biotechnology.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will focus its activity on the development of innovative electrolytes and the investigation of the degradation processes taking place in the lab scale and pouch cells.

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IRT (Institut de Recherche Technologique) Jules Verne

IRT (Institut de Recherche Technologique) Jules Verne

The IRT Jules Verne is a mutualized industrial research center dedicated to manufacturing. Its vocation is to improve the competitiveness of strategic industrial sectors in France by creating disruptive technologies for manufacturing processes.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will identify the best-recycled carbon fibers as new materials for supercapacitors applications as well as optimize them for improving the electrochemical properties.

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E-Lyte Innovations GmbH

E-Lyte Innovations GmbH

E-Lyte Innovations GmbH is a full-service partner in the field of electrolyte solutions for energy storage technologies, such as lithium-ion, sodium-ion and next-generation batteries as well as supercapacitors.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will be focused on the optimization, characterization, manufacturing and scale-up of electrolytes for the new SIC technology.

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Beyonder

Beyonder

Beyonder is an energy storage technology company creating eco-friendly and high-performance batteries for industrial use.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will lead the scale-up of carbons and electrode assembly for cell fabrication, as well as investigate the manufacturing conditions in order to be able to evaluate the transferability of the production processes.

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BCARE MB

BCARE MB

BCARE MB aims to boost the energy storage sector by offering solutions tailored to the needs of companies.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will define the technical requirements and specifications for the different SICs applications, and will develop an innovative SIC module prototype with an advanced SMS, including protection and control features, diagnosis models and cell balancing system.

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Patentes Talgo

Patentes Talgo

Talgo is a Spanish company specialized in the design and manufacture of trains and maintenance equipment, which also provides servicing to railway operators all over the world.

Within the MUSIC Project, it will specify the requirements for the supercapacitor cells, as well as test procedures and protocols among the identified use cases and applications.

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EURIDA Research Management

EURIDA Research Management

Rita Clancy, in representation of EURIDA Research Management, is specialized in impact maximization strategies for R&I projects. Within the project, as an innovation and exploitation expert, she will participate in the communication, dissemination, and exploitation tasks to ensure the ultimate exploitation of all the innovations carried out along the MUSIC Project.

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