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Elisabeth Gillich, M.Sc.

Biography
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Regenerative Energies – Engineering Technology at Munich University of Applied Science
  • Research Internship at Fraunhofer- Institute for Solar Energysystems (ISE), Department of Redox-Flow-Battery
  • Master of Science in Engineering and Information Technology at TU München
  • Masterthesis at BMW Group: “Development of a thermal-electrical FEM model for cell connectors in a high voltage battery system”
     
Research Interests
  • Thermal modelling and simulation of battery systems
  • Battery safety, thermal runaway (TR) of lithium-ion cells and TR-propagation
     
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Publications

2021

  • Marco Steinhardt, Elisabeth I. Gillich, Alexander Rheinfeld, Ludwig Kraft, Markus Spielbauer, Oliver Bohlen, Andreas Jossen: Low-effort determination of heat capacity and thermal conductivity for cylindrical 18650 and 21700 lithium-ion cells. Journal of Energy Storage, 2021 more…
  • Marco Steinhardt, Elisabeth I. Gillich, Maximillian Stiegler, Andreas Jossen: Thermal conductivity characterization considering dependencies on battery states with implication for thermal modeling and management. Advanced Battery Power - Kraftwerk Batterie 2021 2021 more…

2020

  • Marco Steinhardt, Elisabeth I. Gillich, Maximilian Stiegler, Andreas Jossen: Thermal conductivity inside prismatic lithium-ion cells with dependencies on temperature and external compression pressure. Journal of Energy Storage 32, 2020, 101680 more…
  • Marco Steinhardt, Elisabeth I. Gillich, Maximilian Stiegler, Andreas Jossen: Advanced Thermal Conductivity Characterization with Implications for Thermal Control Strategies during Fast Charging. ECS PRiME , 2020 more…

2019

  • Elisabeth I. Gillich, Andreas Jossen: Modeling Thermal-Runaway Propagation – Effect of Venting. Battery Safety Summit, 2019 more…

2018

  • Elisabeth I. Kolp, Andreas Jossen: Thermal Modelling of Thermal Runaway Propagation in Lithium-Ion Battery Systems. 2018 – Workshop: Safer Li-Ion Batteries, 2018 more…

2017

  • Elisabeth I. Kolp, Andreas Jossen: Presenting Thermal Characterization and Modelling of Lithium-Ion Battery Systems. Whole Electric Vehicle Design & Battery System Integration Congress, 2017 more…
  • Elisabeth I. Kolp, Andreas Jossen: Thermal Runaway Propagation Model for Designing Safe Battery Systems. International Forum Automotive Thermal Management 2017, 2017 more…
  • Elisabeth I. Kolp, Lemuel Moraleja, Jan Geder, Andreas Hauser, Andreas Jossen: Semi-Empirical Thermal FEM-Modeling of Cylindrical Li-ion Batteries and the Effect of FEM-Geometry. Kraftwerk Batterie 2017, 2017 more…
  • Martin J. Brand, Elisabeth I. Kolp, Philipp Berg, Tobias Bach, Philipp Schmidt, Andreas Jossen: Electrical resistances of soldered battery cell connections. Journal of Energy Storage 12, 2017 more…

2016

  • Elisabeth I. Kolp, Christian Huber, Andreas Jossen: Designing thermally safe battery packs for electric vehicle applications. Internect - International Forum Automotive Thermal Managment, 2016 more…
  • Martin J. Brand, Philipp Berg, Elisabeth I. Kolp, Tobias Bach, Philipp Schmidt, Andreas Jossen: Detachable electrical connection of battery cells by press contact. Journal of Energy Storage 8, 2016, S. 69 - 77 more…