German Study Prize for Insights into Lithium-Ion Cells

Every year, the Körber Foundation awards outstanding young scientists from all disciplines for excellent dissertations. This year Dr. Johannes Wandt of the Technical University of Munich will receive the prize in the field of natural and technical sciences. For his research on the aging process of lithium-ions and “post-lithium-ion cells”, he received the first prize of the German Study Prize, which is endowed with 25,000 euros.

Get full access to our archive by becoming a member of Innovation Origins. Sign up here as a supporter of independent journalism!

Become a member!

On Innovation Origins you can read the latest news about the world of innovation every day. We want to keep it that way, but we can't do it alone! Are you enjoying our articles and would you like to support independent journalism? Become a member and read our stories guaranteed ad-free.

About the author

Author profile picture Christiane Manow-Le Ruyet is a writer who is always curious and always ready to learn something new. In addition to IT and architecture, she is also at home in the areas of sustainability and food. And when she doesn’t write, she draws. Preferably sketch notes. This is her second passion – as a trained interior designer perhaps no surprise.