SILVIA BODOARDO

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Member of Interdepartmental Center (Ec-L - Energy Center Lab)

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Institute Institute of Chemistry
Research groups/teams Elettrochemistry
Laboratories
Research projects

Funded by competitive calls

  • Applicazione di batterie second life per l’accumulo di energia in impianti da fonte rinnovabile, (2022-2024) - Responsabile Scientifico di Struttura

    Regionally funded research

    ERC sectors

    PE8_6 - Energy processes engineering

    SDG

    Obiettivo 15. Proteggere, ripristinare e favorire un uso sostenibile dell’ecosistema terrestre

    Abstract

    Per favorire la penetrazione delle Fonti Rinnovabili Non Programmabili (FRNP), in particolare per la fonte eolica e fotovoltaica, è necessario associare a tali impianti di produzione dei sistemi di accumulo che garantiscano la stabilità della rete di distribuzione e permettano di allineare generazione e domand, migliorando l’efficienaa complessiva delll’impianto.Il progetto prevede di collegare un sistema di accumulo elettrochimico di 1 MWh ad una centrale idroelettrica fluente di CVA, che può simulare il comportamento di altri impianti FNPR, su cui sarebbe più complesso fare un pilota di piccole dimensioni. Il sistema sarà composto da 500 kWh di batterie nuove e 500 kWh di batterie second life, di derivazione automobilistica, con capacità residua ridotta del 20%. Il progetto permetterà di studiare come regolare i flussi energetici in presenza di accumuli elettrochimici, di comprendere come utilizzare le batterie second life in impianti FNRP, identificare i profili di carica e scarica e monitorare lo stato meccanico dell’intero impianto di produzione con tecniche di manutenzione predittiva. Consentirà, inoltre, di realizzare il sistema di comunicazione, gestione e controllo per questo tipo di applicazione, e quindi di valutare la fattibilità tecnico- economica e la replicabilità su altri impianti.

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Departments

  • Low eNvironmental ImpaCt Energy storage systems CRF-POLITO 2021, (2021-2022) - Responsabile Scientifico di Struttura

    Corporate-funded and donor-funded research

    ERC sectors

    PE8_11 - Sustainable design (for recycling, for environment, eco-design) PE8_6 - Energy processes engineering

    SDG

    Obiettivo 12. Garantire modelli sostenibili di produzione e di consumo

    Abstract

    Development of a battery roadmap based on life cycle environmental footprint. Different scenarios of recycling, reuse rates will be considered, and the potential impact of 2nd life application will be investigated

    Departments

  • Fast charge effects in Aging of quasi Solid sTate battery cells, (2021-2022) - Responsabile Scientifico di Struttura

    Corporate-funded and donor-funded research

    ERC sectors

    PE8_6 - Energy processes engineering

    SDG

    Obiettivo 7. Assicurare a tutti l’accesso a sistemi di energia economici, affidabili, sostenibili e moderni

    Abstract

    Fast charge effects in Aging of quasi Solid sTate battery cells

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Departments

  • Solutions for largE bAtteries for waterBorne trAnsporT, (2021-2024) - Responsabile Scientifico di Struttura

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Energy

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    ERC sectors

    PE4_8 - Electrochemistry, electrodialysis, microfluidics, sensors PE7_2 - Electrical engineering: power components and/or systems PE7_3 - Simulation engineering and modelling

    SDG

    Obiettivo 15. Proteggere, ripristinare e favorire un uso sostenibile dell’ecosistema terrestre|Obiettivo 13. Promuovere azioni, a tutti i livelli, per combattere il cambiamento climatico*|Obiettivo 14. Conservare e utilizzare in modo durevole gli oceani, i mari e le risorse marine per uno sviluppo sostenibile

    Abstract

    The overall objective of SEABAT is to develop a full-electric maritime hybrid concept based on (1) combining modular high-energy batteries and high-power batteries, (2) novel converter concepts and (3) production technology solutions derived from the automotive sector. A modular approach will reduce component costs (battery, convertor) so that unique ship designs can profit from economies of scale by using standardised low-cost modular components. The concept is suitable for future battery generations and high-power components that may have higher power densities or are based on different chemistries. Expected results: optimal full-electric hybrid modular solution, minimising the battery footprint and reducing the oversizing (from up to 10 times down to max. 2 times). Validating as a 300 kWh system (full battery system test) at TRL 5, and virtually validating the solution for batteries of 1 MWh and above, using 300 kWh system P-HiL tests.The result will be a validated hybrid battery solution for capacities of 1 MWh and beyond, a roadmap for type approval and a strategy towards standardisation for (among others) ferries and short sea shipping. The solution will deliver a 35-50% lower total cost of ownership (TCO) of maritime battery systems, including 15-30% lower CAPEX investment, 50% lower costs of integration at the shipyard and a 5% investment cost recuperation after the useful life in the vessel. The SEABAT consortium unites all the necessary expertise for developing the hybrid topology and implementing it in the industry. The market pick-up of the SEABAT solution is maximised by having 20 shipbuilders and integrators in the consortium; they are represented by the SOERMAR association. The stakeholder group, in which end users and port authorities are represented, supports the wide adoption of the SEABAT solution in the European maritime market, and the increase in European skills base in large battery technology and manufacturing processes.

    Countries

    • Norvegia
    • Paesi Bassi
    • Belgio
    • Turchia
    • Germania
    • Spagna
    • Francia
    • Italia

    Institutes/Companies

    • SINTEF ENERGI AS
    • SCHEEPSWERF DAMEN GORINCHEM BV
    • AVESTA BATTERY & ENERGY ENGINEERING
    • IMECAR ELEKTRONIK SANAYI VE TICARET LIMITED SIRKETI
    • VARD ELECTRO AS
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • MONDRAGON GOI ESKOLA POLITEKNIKOA JOSE MARIA ARIZMENDIARRIETA S COOP
    • COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
    • FINCANTIERI SI SPA
    • UNIRESEARCH BV
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • FUNDACION CENTRO TECNOLOGICO SOERMAR
    • RINA SERVICES SPA
    • IKERLAN S. COOP

    Departments

  • SYNERGY - SYmbiosis for eNERGY harversting concepts for smart platforms on foils, (2020-2023) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Spreading excellence and widening participation

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    Abstract

    SYNERGY addresses the call TWINN-2018 (H2020-WIDESPREAD-2018-2020), aiming to strengthen the scientific and technical competences at the Portuguese institutions in the field of energy harvesting and micropower management as a key component towards self-sustainable smart platforms on flexible substrates. Therefore, proper training and expertise transfer in the field of energy harvesting and management is mandatory to complement and consolidate past activities at the widening institutions on low temperature, flexible and paper electronics. Driven by the quest for excellence, thePortuguese University and Research Institutions are so proposing to be linked with outstanding European institutions in the field of printed electronics, solar cells and batteries on foils (VTT); battery and supercapacitors developers (POLITO); energy integration and power management (Tyndall); and materials, devices and systems analysis, validation and modelling (FhG-IKTS). These institutions, with such valuable profiles will allow to complete the value chain for the scientific strategy of the Portuguese widening institutions.This will stimulate scientific excellence and innovation capacity that will boost the development of new smart self-powered smartplatforms fully aligned with Portuguese national and regional research and innovation strategies, as it is the case of the recentlyestablished collaborative laboratory AlmaScience related to Paper Electronics. Moreover, the projects impact towards society andstakeholders, will be conducted by SPI, which has a strong experience in this area, supported by the European Academy of Science, an excellent vehicle to bring academics together around the relevance of energy as crosscutting element for the strategy of the future of our society.

    Countries

    • Portogallo
    • Finlandia
    • Germania
    • Italia
    • Eire

    Institutes/Companies

    • SOCIEDADE PORTUGUESA DE INOVACAO CONSULTADORIA EMPRESARIAL E FOMENTO DA INOVACAO SA
    • TEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTT OY
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK - NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK
    • NOVA ID FCT - ASSOCIACAO PARA A INOVACAO E DESENVOLVIMENTO DA FCT

    Departments

  • BATTERY 2030PLUS: At the heart of a connected green society, (2020-2023) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Climate action

    View project record on CORDIS

    ERC sectors

    PE6_7 - Artificial intelligence, intelligent systems, multi agent systems PE3_4 - Electronic properties of materials, surfaces, interfaces, nanostructures, etc. PE4_8 - Electrochemistry, electrodialysis, microfluidics, sensors PE8_11 - Sustainable design (for recycling, for environment, eco-design)

    SDG

    Obiettivo 4. Fornire un’educazione di qualità, equa ed inclusiva, e opportunità di apprendimento per tutti|Obiettivo 8. Incentivare una crescita economica duratura, inclusiva e sostenibile, un’occupazione piena e produttiva ed un lavoro dignitoso per tutti|Obiettivo 12. Garantire modelli sostenibili di produzione e di consumo|Obiettivo 15. Proteggere, ripristinare e favorire un uso sostenibile dell’ecosistema terrestre|Obiettivo 13. Promuovere azioni, a tutti i livelli, per combattere il cambiamento climatico*

    Abstract

    Batteries are one key technology enabling a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. A pan-European research and innovation action is necessary to tackle the challenges preventing batteries to reach ultrahigh performance and to rapidly find new sustainable battery materials. The BATTERY 2030 large-scale research initiative aims to invent the batteries of the future by providing breakthrough technologies to the European battery industry throughout the value chain and enable long-term European leadership in both existing markets (road transport, stationary energy storage), and future emerging applications (robotics, aerospace, medical devices, internet of things). This application for a Coordination and Support Action, with the acronym BATTERY 2030PLUS, will lead to the continued development of the BATTERY 2030 large-scale research initiative. It kick-starts a European long-term research initiative on batteries. The main objectives are to develop the BATTERY 2030 R&I roadmap and facilitate its implementation by coordinating and monitoring the consortia winning the calls LC-BAT-12, 13, 14 -2020. In addition, this consortium will in collaboration with the LC-BAT projects, propose guidelines for data sharing, standardization of protocols, and modelling methods/tools. The consortium will also prepare a common strategy for the protection and commercial exploitation of the results, as well as building competence by new European curricula and facilitate the communication, dialogue, and cooperation on cross-cutting topics. Together with the ETIP Batteries Europe the consortium will develop the SET-Plan for batteries and establish links to national and international battery stakeholder networks. The consortium gathers 20 leading European universities and research institutes (UU, Aalto, AIT, CEA, CIC Energigune, CIDETEC, CNRS/CDF, DTU, EMPA, ENEA, FRAUNHOFER, FZJ, KIT, WWU/MEET, NIC, POLITO, SINTEF, TU Delft, VUB, and WTU) and three industry-led associations (EASE, EMIRI, and Recharge).

    Countries

    • Germania
    • Austria
    • Francia
    • Belgio
    • Spagna
    • Slovenia
    • Finlandia
    • Norvegia
    • Italia
    • Polonia
    • Danimarca
    • Svizzera
    • Paesi Bassi

    Institutes/Companies

    • WESTFAELISCHE WILHELMS-UNIVERSITAET MUENSTER
    • AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH
    • FORSCHUNGSZENTRUM JULICH GMBH
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
    • VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL
    • RECHARGE
    • CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION COOPERATIVA DE ENERGIAS ALTERNATIVAS FUNDACION, CIC ENERGIGUNE FUNDAZIOA
    • KEMIJSKI INSTITUT
    • AALTO KORKEAKOULUSAATIO SR
    • SINTEF AS
    • AGENZIA NAZIONALE PER LE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE, L'ENERGIA E LO SVILUPPO ECONOMICO SOSTENIBILE
    • KARLSRUHER INSTITUT FUER TECHNOLOGIE
    • POLITECHNIKA WARSZAWSKA
    • ENERGY MATERIALS INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE AISBL
    • EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR STORAGE OF ENERGY
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET
    • CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE CNRS
    • FUNDACION CIDETEC
    • EIDGENOSSISCHE MATERIALPRUFUNGS- UND FORSCHUNGSANSTALT
    • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT

    Departments

  • Sensing functionalities for smart battery cell chemistries, (2020-2023) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Climate action

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    ERC sectors

    PE4_8 - Electrochemistry, electrodialysis, microfluidics, sensors

    SDG

    Obiettivo 13. Promuovere azioni, a tutti i livelli, per combattere il cambiamento climatico*|Obiettivo 8. Incentivare una crescita economica duratura, inclusiva e sostenibile, un’occupazione piena e produttiva ed un lavoro dignitoso per tutti

    Abstract

    SENSIBATs overall objective is to develop a sensing technology for Li-ion batteries that measures in real-time the internal battery cell temperature, pressure (e.g. mechanical strain, gas evolution) conductivity and impedance (separately for the anode, cathode and electrolyte). The data and insights from these new sensing technologies will be used for the development of improved state estimator functions based on an improved understanding of how, where and when degradation and failure mechanisms occur. These functions will be included in the BMS. SENSIBATs approach consists of five steps: 1) develop the required battery cell sensor technology, 2) subsequently integrate this sensor technology into 1Ah and 5Ah pouch battery cells, 3) incorporate the 5 Ah cells in a 24V battery module with BMS, 4) use the data from the internal sensing technologies to develop robust and advanced state estimation functions. Several state (SOC/SOH/SOE/SOP) estimation algorithms will be improved, better forecasting algorithms and novel safety concepts (SOS) will be created, 5) carry out a cost-benefit analysis for the batteries with sensors as well as a recycling study of the cells. Improved understanding about the nature and timing of unwanted internal battery processes enables faster and more accurate control of the individual cells in a battery system during operation. More accurate control stretches the possibilities of fast charging and discharging, increases the usable battery capacity in different weather conditions and gives a detailed usage history. It allows for better battery state forecasting, resulting in a longer lifetime and more economical use during its 1st and 2nd life. Sophisticated lifetime prediction models enable improved (preventive) maintenance schemes. SENSIBATs technology that will be developed for all Li NMC battery types, can be transferred to serve other battery chemistry types.

    Countries

    • Belgio
    • Austria
    • Germania
    • Francia
    • Paesi Bassi
    • Italia

    Institutes/Companies

    • AVESTA BATTERY & ENERGY ENGINEERING
    • AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH
    • VARTA MICRO INNOVATION GMBH
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • NXP SEMICONDUCTORS FRANCE
    • UNIRESEARCH BV
    • NXP SEMICONDUCTORS NETHERLANDS BV
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • BEDIMENSIONAL SPA
    • FLANDERS MAKE
    • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN

    Departments

  • Development of ultrahigh energy density battery cells for long range EVs, (2020-2021) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Corporate-funded and donor-funded research

    ERC sectors

    PE8_6 - Energy processes engineering

    SDG

    Obiettivo 13. Promuovere azioni, a tutti i livelli, per combattere il cambiamento climatico*

    Abstract

    Batteries are one of the key components for Electric cars, affecting the number of km possible to run, the overall cost and the acceptance of EV mainly for safety reasons.To guarantee safety and long-term performance, a reliable thermal model predicting ageing of cells main importance. To increase the battery energy density metallic lithium should be substituting graphiteThe proposal will develop innovative metallic lithium protection based on hybrid polymer/ceramic membranes to block dendrites growth and use the model produced in THERMODEL project to validate results

    Departments

  • BATTERY 2030+ At the heart of a connected green society, (2019-2020) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Excellent Science - FET

    View project record on CORDIS

    Abstract

    Batteries will play an essential role in many years to come if the batteries of the future can provide reliable and safe energy at low cost, while reducing our dependence on critical raw materials and adopting sustainable value chains from mining to recycling. The emerging digitalized and connected era calls for a paradigm shift in the way we discover, design and create batteries. High-performance materials and structures must be designed from the atomic level up, using advanced approaches like density functional theory calculations in combination with machine learning and Artificial Intelligence to analyse big data collected from characterization, synthesis and testing. Sustainable chemistries must be integrated into battery cells, and critical degradation processes must be monitored by novel sensors embedded in smart batteries to take adequate corrective measures in real time. All this will lead to batteries combining high energy and power densities and thus enabling rapid charging, while at the same time being highly safe and durable, and with a low environmental footprint. The BATTERY 2030 initiative will be based on a multi-disciplinary and cross-sectorial approach to bring in all the necessary skills for developing future European battery roadmap while addressing a wide range of strategic applications. To achieve this goal, a team of 17 partners, leaders in their fields, from 9 EU member states will join efforts. Three specific objectives have been defined: 1) BATTERY 2030 roadmap establishment 2) Propose R&D actions and 3) Secure official stakeholder commitments. Related WPs, tasks, milestones and risks are considered to achieve these objectives. Beyond FETPROACT-04-2019 project, BATTERY 2030 initiative, will act as a cornerstone in the construction of a long-term research road on batteries, as the long-term initiative mentioned in the EBA strategic action plan. This new initiative will supply the European battery eco-system with completely new disruptive technologies (Low TRL).

    Countries

    • Francia
    • Germania
    • Belgio
    • Slovenia
    • Norvegia
    • Italia
    • Danimarca
    • Spagna

    Institutes/Companies

    • AK GROUP
    • WESTFAELISCHE WILHELMS-UNIVERSITAET MUENSTER
    • FORSCHUNGSZENTRUM JULICH GMBH
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
    • VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL
    • RECHARGE
    • KEMIJSKI INSTITUT
    • SINTEF AS
    • KARLSRUHER INSTITUT FUER TECHNOLOGIE
    • ENERGY MATERIALS INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE AISBL
    • EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR STORAGE OF ENERGY
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET
    • CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE CNRS
    • FUNDACION CIDETEC

    Departments

  • Ottimizzazione dell’elettrodo positivo in batterie Li-Aria, (2016-2017) - Responsabile Scientifico

    National Research

    Abstract

    Oggetto delle attività è l'ottimizzazione del catodo di batterie litio-aria. A tal fine si procederà in due direzioni: sostituzione del PVDF con “binders” più stabili e riduzione della sovratensione di carica.

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • ENEA - Agenzia Nazionale per le Nuove Tecnologie, l'Energia e lo Sviluppo Economico Sostenibile

    Departments

  • ALISE-Advance Lithium Sulphur battery for xEV, (2015-2019) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - H2020 - Industrial Leadership – LEIT - NANOTECHNOLOGIES

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    Abstract

    ALISE is a pan European collaboration focused on the development and commercial scale-up of new materials and on the understanding of the electrochemical processes involved in the lithium sulphur technology. It aims to create impact by developing innovative battery technology capable of fulfilling the expected and characteristics from European Automotive Industry needs, European Materials Roadmap, Social factors from vehicle consumers and future competitiveness trends and European Companies positioning. The project is focused to achieve 500 Wh/Kg stable LiS cell. The project involves dedicated durability, testing and LCA activities that will make sure the safety and adequate cyclability of battery being developed and available at competitive cost. Initial materials research will be scaled up during the project so that pilot scale quantities of the new materials will be introduced into the novel cell designs thus giving the following advancements over the current state of the art. The project approach will bring real breakthrough regarding new components, cell integration and architecture associated. New materials will be developed and optimized regarding anode, cathode, electrolyte and separator. Complete panels of specific tools and modelling associated will be developed from the unit cell to the batteries pack. Activities are focused on the elaboration of new materials and processes at TRL4. Demonstration of the lithium sulphur technology will be until batteries pack levels with validation onboard. Validation of prototype (17 kWh) with its driving range corresponding (100 km) will be done on circuit. ALISE is more than a linear bottom-up approach from materials to cell. ALISE shows strong resources to achieve a stable unit cell, with a supplementary top-down approach from the final application to the optimization of the unit cell.

    Countries

    • Spagna
    • Francia
    • Germania
    • Regno Unito
    • Italia

    Institutes/Companies

    • CENTRO TECNICO DE SEAT SA
    • SOLVIONIC
    • FICO-TRIAD SA
    • VARTA MICROBATTERY GMBH
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • WILLIAMS ADVANCED ENGINEERING LIMITED
    • AVICENNE DEVELOPPEMENT
    • R & D VEHICLE SYSTEMS LIMITED
    • VAYON ENERGY STORAGE LIMITED
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • DARAMIC SAS
    • IDNEO TECHNOLOGIES SAU
    • OXIS ENERGY LIMITED
    • C-TECH INNOVATION LIMITED
    • CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
    • ASOCIACION CENTRO TECNOLOGICO CEIT
    • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET DRESDEN

    Departments

  • MARS-EV: Materials for Ageing Resistant Li-ion High Energy Storage for the Electric Vehicle, (2013-2017) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research

    Abstract

    MARS-EV aims to overcome the ageing phenomenon in Li-ion cells by focusing on the development of high-energy electrode materials (250 Wh/kg at cell level) via sustainable scaled-up synthesis and safe electrolyte systems with improved cycle life (> 3000 cycles at 100%DOD). Through industrial prototype cell assembly and testing coupled with modelling MARS-EV will improve the understanding of the ageing behaviour at the electrode and system levels. Finally, it will address a full life cycle assessment of the developed technology.MARS-EV proposal has six objectives:(i) synthesis of novel nano-structured, high voltage cathodes (Mn, Co and Ni phosphates and low-cobalt, Li-rich NMC) and high capacity anodes (Silicon alloys and interconversion oxides);(ii) development of green and safe, electrolyte chemistries, including ionic liquids, with high performance even at ambient and sub-ambient temperature, as well as electrolyte additives for safe high voltage cathode operation;(iii) investigation of the peculiar electrolyte properties and their interactions with anode and cathode materials;(iv) understanding the ageing and degradation processes with the support of modelling, in order to improve the electrode and electrolyte properties and, thus, their reciprocal interactions and their effects on battery lifetime;(v) realization of up to B5 format pre-industrial pouch cells with optimized electrode and electrolyte components and eco-designed durable packaging; and(vi) boost EU cell and battery manufacturers via the development of economic viable and technologically feasible advanced materials and processes, realization of high-energy, ageing-resistant, easily recyclable cells.

    Countries

    • ITALIA
    • SPAGNA

    Institutes/Companies

    • FUNDACIÓN CIDETEC

    Departments

  • CA(R)VOUR- RETE DI ORGANISMI DI RICERCA E AZIENDA PER LA PIATTAFORMA AUTOMOTIVE PIEMONTE, (2013-2015) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Regionally funded research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • Regione Piemonte
    • VENATOR PIGMENTS S.P.A.

    Departments

  • IDEA, (2013-2015) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Regionally funded research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • Regione Piemonte
    • PUNCH Torino S.p.A.
    • ASSOCIAZIONE URBAN@IT - CENTRO NAZIONALE DI STUDI PER LE POLITICHE URBANE

    Departments

  • PIE_VERDE, (2013-2015) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Regionally funded research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • Regione Piemonte
    • IVECO S.p.A.

    Departments

  • AUTOBUS MODULARI SU PIATTAFORMA ECOLOGICCA A RECUPERO DI ENERGIA, (2010-2013) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Regionally funded research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • FINPIEMONTE S.p.A.
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO - AMMINISTRAZIONE CENTRALE
    • PININFARINA S.p.a.

    Departments

  • SMART-EC - SMART ELECTROCHROMIC ACTIVE MATRIX COMPONENTS FOR STAND-ALONE MULTIFUNCTIONAL DEVICES, (2010-2015) - Responsabile Scientifico

    UE-funded research - VII PQ - COOPERATION - ICT

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    Abstract

    SMART-EC aims at the development of self powered (energy harvesting and storage) EC device integrating EC thin film transistor component on a flexible substrate for energy saving, comfort and security in automotive, e-cards and smart packaging sectors.The objective is to overcome the current limitations related to low switching time and manufacturing costs; the switching time can be reduced (<1s) by introducing nanostructured EC materials, innovative EC transistors and high ionic conductive solid electrolytes. Radical innovative cheap manufacturing technologies on large area PVD, inkjet and roll-to-roll processes on low cost plastic will be developed. These processes are fully compatible with heterogeneous integration of several functions to produce a completely autonomous device (thin film battery, PV cell, sensors and communication) with great added value respect to traditional solutions. The optimization of co-integrated (separated building blocks laminated together) and convergence (using same materials for different building blocks) approaches will allow to fabricate a fully autonomous system. The first step will be the optimization of deposition and patterning technologies in terms of processes parameters and in-situ monitoring to allow the high control of film growth; the second step will be the heterogeneous integration of the different building blocks to produce the self-powered systems for the targeted applications.Four academic and research institutes guarantee a high level interdisciplinary research on solid-state physics, material chemistry and integration; this will assures the proper technology transfer to industrial partners at all product chain levels (materials, devices and end users) for a successful exploitation of results. SMART-EC materials and technologies are original and will pave the way for future generation smart surfaces with great potential impact at medium and long term (flexible and transparent electronics) applications.

    Countries

    • Regno Unito
    • Svezia
    • Italia
    • Israele
    • Germania
    • Francia
    • Portogallo

    Institutes/Companies

    • ROCKWOOD PIGMENTS (UK) LIMITED
    • RISE ACREO AB
    • BIOAGE SRL
    • ORBOTECH LTD
    • BUNDESDRUCKEREI GMBH
    • FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
    • G24 INNOVATIONS LTD
    • COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
    • SOLEMS SA
    • PLASTIQUES RG SAS
    • VIT SA
    • UNINOVA-INSTITUTO DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE NOVAS TECNOLOGIAS-ASSOCIACAO
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO

    Departments

    • Dipartimento di Scienza dei Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica
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Funded by commercial contracts

  • Consulenza su "Batterie per veicoli elettrici", (2022-2023) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Consulting

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • ACCENTURE SPA

    Departments

  • Studio delle tecnologie e degli scenari applicativi per sistemi di accumulo elettrochimici ibridi, (2021-2022) - Componente gruppo di Ricerca

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • EDISON S.p.A.

    Departments

  • Cell Electrochemical and thermal characterization, (2020-2020) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA
    • SVIZZERA

    Institutes/Companies

    • FPT Motorenforschung AG

    Departments

  • Analisi dello stato dell'arte del settore degli accumuli elettrici e valutazione del posizionamento della soluzione proposta da Green Energy Storage nel mercato di riferimento, (2019-2019) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • IREN ENERGIA S.P.A.

    Departments

  • "Vehicle to grid bi-directional energy flow", (2019-2019) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • PUNCH Torino S.p.A.

    Departments

  • "Posizionamento della tecnologia Sodio Nickel verso Litio ed individuazione degli spazi applicativi della tecnologia sodio nickel Analisi tecnico ingegneristica di base della cella sodio nickel attualmente prodotta e proposta di una soluzione migliorata", (2018-2018) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • ELETTRA 1938 S.p.A.

    Departments

  • Accordo Quadro tra il Politecnico di Torino - Energy Center e la ELETTRA 1938 S.p.A., (2018-2021) - Membro di Comitato

    Partnership Agreements

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • ELETTRA 1938 S.p.A.
  • PROGETTO PROSESC, (2011-2012) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • CITTA' METROPOLITANA DI TORINO

    Departments

  • ESECUZIONE DEL PROGRAMMA DI RICERCA RELATIVO ALLO STUDIO SPERIMENTALE DELLA SINTESI , (2011-2011) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • Lithops S.r.l.

    Departments

  • STUDIO SPERIMENTALE DEI METODI DI SINTESI PER LA PREPARAZIONE DI MATERIALI CATODICI A BASE DI LIFEPO4 PER L'IMPIEGO IN BATTERIE A IONI DI LITIO, (2008-2008) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Commercial Research

    Countries

    • ITALIA

    Institutes/Companies

    • VENATOR PIGMENTS S.P.A.

    Departments

    • Dipartimento di Scienza dei Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica
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Other activities and projects related to research

The main research activity of Silvia Bodoardo is in the electrochemistry group of the Politecnico di Torino, a group that carries out consolidated national and international research activities documented by numerous publications with highly respected foreign researchers and national and European research projects of which the candidate he was the coordinator or local science officer.

Over the years, research has focused on various lines of research in the field of physical chemistry and in particular electrochemistry by studying the electrochemical behavior of catalytic materials and materials related to certain types of electrochemical energy generators.

The main themes studied are:

- structural characteristics and electrochemical properties of manganese dioxide as an active substance in alkaline batteries (1991-2001)

- lead-acid accumulator (1995-1999)

- study of superconducting materials (2003-2005)

- Study of electrode materials for lithium ion cells

- study of high capacity materials such as the anode for lithium ion cells

- Study of high potential materials such as cathode for lithium ion cells

- Study of electrodes and electrolytic materials for lithium-sulfur cells

- Study of electrodes and electrolytic materials for lithium air cells

- Characterization of industrial cells for lithium-ion batteries

- Study of electrochemical hybrid systems: high energy / high power


· HEU GIGAGREEN – Toward Sustainable processing techniques applied to large scale electrode and cell component manufacturing for Li-ion batteries Coordinator 2022-2026

· HEU ADVAGEN Development of Advanced next Generation Solid Sate batteries for Electromobility Applications – Participant 2022-2026

· H2020 CSA Battery2030plus BATTERY 2030+ - large-scale research initiative: At the heart of a connected green society GA 957213 - prof.ssa Silvia Bodoardo coordinatrice locale e leader WP3 -

  • H2020 CSA Battery 2030+ BATTERY 2030+ large-scale research initiative: At the heart of a connected green society - GA n. 854472 - prof.ssa Silvia Bodoardo coordinatrice locale –

· H2020 HYDRA Hybrid power-energy electrodes for next generation lithium-ion batteries GA 875527 -prof.ssa Silvia Bodoardo coordinatrice locale e leader WP1 –

o H2020 SUBLIME Solid state sUlfide Based LI-MEtal batteries for EV applications GA 875028 – coordinatrice locale prof.sa Amici Julia -

o H2020 BIGMAP Battery Interface Genome - Materials Acceleration Platform – GA 957189 – coordinatore locale prof Chiavazzo e per il DISAT prof Marchisio –

· H2020 SENSIBAT Cell-integrated SENSIing functionalities for smart BATtery systems with improved performance and safety GA 957273 -prof.ssa Silvia Bodoardo coordinatrice locale e leader WP6 – 260375

· Contract ENEA Ricerca di Sistema Elettrico – PAR 2016 and PAR 2017 Progetto C.5 SISTEMI DI ACCUMULO DI ENERGIA PER IL SISTEMA ELETTRICO Accordo di Collaborazione ENEA – Politecnico di Torino

· Bando di mobilità con Argentina sept 2017-ago2 2018 with INIFTA (La Plata) and University of Cordoba Interdipartimental Lab: Energy Center lab.

· H2020 NMP-GV-2014 NMP-17-2014 Advanced Lithium Sulphur battery for xEV ALISE GA 666157

· H2020 GV-2014 GV-1-2014 eCAIMAN Electrolyte, Cathode and Anode Improvements for Market-near Next-generation Lithium Ion Batteries GA 653331 – WP2 leader

· FP7 GC.NMP.2013-1 2013-2017 MARS EV - Materials for Ageing Resistant Li-ion High Energy Storage for the Electric Vehicle GA 609201 responsabile scientifico locale e leader WP4

· FP7 EeB 2013-2017 RESSEPEE -REtrofitting Solutions and Services for the enhancement of Energy Efficiency in Public Edification " Grant agreement no: 609377 – responsabile scientifico locale

· FP7-ICT-2009-5: SMARTEC Smart electrochromic active matrix components for stand-alone multifunctional devices (GA 258203) Responsabile Scientifico locale

· FP7-NMP-2012-1: STABLE STable high-capacity lithium-Air Batteries with Long cycle life for Electric cars GA n 314508 – coordinatore del progetto

· Progetto Regione Piemonte C116 messa a punto di cella a ioni Li con materiali elettrodici nanostrutturati ed elettrolita polimerico in vista dell'uso su veicoli elettrici - partecipante

· Progetto Regione Piemonte Misura II.3 AMPERE - AUTOBUS MODULARI SU PIATTAFORMA ECOLOGICA A RECUPERO DI ENERGIA" 2010-2013 – responsabile scientifico locale

· Progetto Regione Piemonte Misura II.3 POLITIO : ricerca e sviluppo di processi per materiali e celle litio-ione innovativi ed ecocompatibili per applicazioni automotive 2010-2013 – responsabile scientifico locale

· Progetto Regione Piemonte 2006-2008 HYSYVISION: azioni di supporto alla creazione e consolidamento della filiera idrogeno in Piemonte - ATS per progetti di ricerca Nazionale e Regionale – partecipante

· Progetto Regione Piemonte – piattaforma automotive 2012-2015 CARVOUR - coordinatore

· Progetto Regione Piemonte – piattaforma automotive 2012-2015 PIE’ VERDE - partecipante

· Progetto Regione Piemonte – piattaforma automotive 2012-2015 iDEA partecipante

· INDUSTRIA 2015: ALADIN Efficienza Energetica: Nuova Generazione Di Sistemi Di Illuminazione/Segnalazione Intelligenti Ad Alta Efficienza Che Incorporano Generazione Ed Accumulo Energetico – responsabile scientifico locale

· PRIN 1998 Reattività e Morfologia di Catalizzatori DeNOx: Studi Spettroscopici e di Microscopia Elettronica - partecipante

· PRIN 2000 MM03268231004 Sintesi e caratterizzazione morfologica e cristallochimica di materiali a intercalazione di Litio con struttura a Spinello - partecipante

· PRIN 2002 2002024514002 Caratterizzazione Mediante Tecniche Strutturali, Termiche E Di Spettroscopia Uv-Vis Di Materiali Avanzati Per Sensori E Studio Del Desorbimento Termico Da Particolato Atmosferico Pm10 - partecipante

· FIRB 2003-2006, titolo: Silicon micromachined photodetectors based on MgB2 superconductor films - partecipante

· PRIN 2008 2008PF9TWZ_001 assemblaggio del prototipo di cella Li/aria a partire dai componenti forniti dalle U. O. e valutazione delle prestazioni elettrochimiche - partecipante

· Interdipartimental Lab: SMART GRID partecipante

· Contratto Rockwood – anno 2008 – per lo sviluppo di materiali catodici innovativi

· Contratto PROSESC – anno 2011-12 – per attività di carattere tecnico e scientifico per la divulgazione dei risultati della ricerca e del trasferimento tecnologico delle Provincia di Torino nell’ambito di un progetto europeo FP7 omonimo sulla mobilità sostenibile.

· Progetto CARIPLO – anno 2012 e 2013 – per lo studio di materiali elettrodici per celle litio-aria.