Picture: M. Storch

M. Sc. Mathias Storch


Work external

PhD-Thesis external in cooperation with Deutsche ACCUmotive GmbH&Co. KG

"Investigation of the aging mechanisms in lithium ion batteries via post-mortem analysis"

(Supervisors: Ralf Riedel, Magdalena Graczyk-Zajac)


Master Thesis:

"Mechanism of Li-storage in porous C-rich SiCN ceramics"

(Supervisors: Ralf Riedel, Magdalena Graczyk-Zajac)

  • 11/2016 – 10/2020 PhD student at Simulation thermal behavior and lifetime, RD/EBG, Mercedes-Benz AG, Kirchheim u.T.
    • Planning, coordination and supervision of battery lifetime tests
    • Development of a method for post-mortem analysis of lithium-ion batteries
    • Investigation of the degradation mechanism in large-format automotive lithium-ion batteries
    • Responsible for fast-charging investigation in battery projects
  • 02/2014 – 09/2016 Assistent Scientist at Research Group Dispersive Solids, Department Material Science, Technical University Darmstadt
    • Polymer-derived ceramic synthesis
    • Electrode production
    • Lithium and sodium half-cell assembling
  • 04/2014 – 09/2016 Master of Science at Department Material Science, Technical University Darmstadt
    • Master Thesis: „Lithium storage in porous carbon-rich SiCN ceramics“
  • 08/2012 – 10/2012 Internship
    • Ceramic paste modification
    • Evaluation of the specific properties
    • Presentation of the project in the compan
  • 10/2010 – 03/2014 Bachelor of Science at Department Material Science, Technical University Darmstadt
    • Bachelor Thesis: „Investigation of polymer-derived Si(O)C(N) ceramics and Si(O)C(N)/Hard-Carbon composites as potential for Na ion storage materials“