The Battery LabFactory (BLB) stands for an open research infrastructure to investigate and develop electrochemical storage devices from laboratory to pilot plant scale. The research spectrum covers the entire value chain, from material, electrode and cell manufacturing, up to recycling.

The BLB holds the technical equipment to analyze large-size traction batteries as well as battery modules and packs. This infrastructure allows us to study fundamental and application-oriented research questions. The focus is on flexible production and process technology to increase the energy density, quality and safety of traction batteries considering electrical, electrochemical, ecological, constructive and economic aspects. For this purpose, the engineering and science expertise of 8 institutes of the TU Braunschweig, the PTB, and institutes of the TU Clausthal and LU Hannover come together in this joined LabFactory. Integrated and connected with the research competences of the NFF (Niedersächsiches Forschungszentrum Fahrzeugtechnik), the OHLF (Open Hybrid LabFactory) the NFL (Niedersächsisches Forschungszentrum für Luftfahrt), and the tubs.city (Center for Informatics and Information Technology) the Battery LabFactory offers a German-wide unique transdisciplinary research and development platform to experience and design the battery of the future.


Braunschweiger Laboratorium für Batterienproduktion


TU Braunschweig
Battery LabFactory Braunschweig

Langer Kamp 8
38106 Braunschweig

Tel.:     +49 531 391 94663
Email:  BLB

International Battery Production Conference

14 to 16 November 2018

IBPC is the international battery production conference in Germany. In cooperation with VDMA Batterieproduktion and the German battery production cluster ProZell, the BLB is establishing an international exchange and networking platform dealing with the latest developments and trends in battery production.


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