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Our topics
Energy Modeling, Control and Computation 
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We focus on developing energy storage and conversion technologies that enable Bosch to meet the environmental challenges of the 21st century. Our current focus is on novel combustion concepts, batteries, and thermoelectric devices.
The common methodology that we employ in our topics is to develop physically-based models. These models range from computational intensive models such as fundamental quantum-mechanical (“ab-initio”) models for battery materials to reactive fluid mechanics models for engine simulations to simpler models that can be used in real-time applications. We use these models to optimize our designs, and to develop feedback control algorithms that in many applications enable these technologies and optimize their performance.

 
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