A unique event for the Battery Modelling community
OBMS brings together mathematicians, chemists, physicists and engineers from academia and industry to discuss the latest modelling research and applications.
Our philosophy is to invite a small number of outstanding speakers spanning a range of topics from atomistic to continuum modelling, controls and beyond, giving broad and inspiring presentations and open discussions.
Our first event in 2019 was attended by 170 people with leading experts including John Newman speaking; subsequent events were held online during lockdown periods but continued to be wildly popular.
We are delighted to invite you back to join us for Oxford Battery Modelling Symposium 2023, which will return as an in-person meeting hosted at Pembroke College in Oxford.
Speakers include: – Professor Jürgen Janek, who is the chair for Physical Chemistry at Justus Liebig University in Giessen (JLU). Germany, is director of the JLU Center for Materials Research and Scientific Director of the BELLA lab at KIT, Karlsruhe – Professor Tejs Vegge, Professor and Head of Section for Autonomous Materials Discovery at the Technical University of Denmark, with a large international network and broad knowledge of materials physics/chemistry and energy materials in general. – Dr. Simona Onori, Assistant Professor in Energy Science and Engineering at Stanford University where she also holds a courtesy appointment in Electrical Engineering.
Registration and accommodation
Early bird rates (before 31 January 2023):
Standard registration £300
Student registration £200
After 31 January 2023:
Standard registration £350
Student registration £250
Registration includes: – the two-day workshop – keynote lecture – welcome drinks reception and poster session – lunch and refreshments on both days – 3 course banquet dinner with wine in Pembroke’s historic dining hall on the evening of 27th March – certificate of attendance.
Accommodation is organised separately. We have reserved ensuite rooms at Pembroke College for the night of Sunday 26th and Monday 27th March at a very reasonable rate. Acommodation must be booked separately to conference registration and will be available on a first come first served basis, so please book as soon as possible. Use the link below, with booking code OBMS23.