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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Julia Kowal

Julia Kowal
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Room: EMH 163

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Einsteinufer 11

Sec. EMH 2

10587 Berlin

Phone: +49 (0)30 314-25394

Fax:     +49 (0)30 314-21133

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Consultation hours: On Mondays 9 - 10 h and on appointment. In summer semester 2022 (25.4.-18.7.), the consultation hour will be from 10-11 h.

In most weeks, I am in the office on mondays, so a personal meeting is possible again. To be sure, please ask before you come. Alternatively, you can phone me or we can arrange a Zoom meeting.

Vita


CV
since 03/2014
Chair of Electrical Energy Storage Technology at the TU Berlin
01/10 - 02/14
Senior engineer at the department of Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems, ISEA, RWTH Aachen
2010
PhD at RWTH Aachen, Topic: "Spatially-resolved impedance of nonlinear inhomogeneous devices - using the example of the lead-acid battery"
04/06-05/06
Visiting researcher at the company Exide in Azuqueca de Hénares, Spain
10/05-12/05
Visiting Researcher at the research centre RISØ in Roskilde, Denmark
11/04-12/09
Research assistant at the department of Electrochemical Energy Storage Conversion and Systems at the Institute For Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), RWTH Aachen
10/99-11/04
Studies of electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen Diploma thesis: "Investigation of the thermal behaviour of electrochemical energy storage systems in vehicle on-board power supplies"

 

 

Awards and Scholarships
2006
Herbert-Kind-Price of ETG in the VDE
2006
Brigitte-Berkenhoff-Price for the best graduate in the field of electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen
2002
Aachen's VDE price
2001-2004
Sponsorship through the Prof. Dr. Koepchen Merit Foundation (RWE)

Publications

A Method for Monitoring State-of-Charge of Lithium-Ion Cells Using Multi-Sine Signal Excitation
Citation key batteries7040076
Author Kim, Jonghyeon and Kowal, Julia
Year 2021
ISSN 2313-0105
DOI 10.3390/batteries7040076
Journal Batteries
Volume 7
Number 4
Abstract In this paper, a method for monitoring SoC of a lithium-ion battery cell through continuous impedance measurement during cell operation is introduced. A multi-sine signal is applied to the cell operating current, and the cell SoH and SoC can be simultaneously monitored via impedance at each frequency. Unlike existing studies in which cell impedance measurement is performed ex situ through EIS equipment, cell state estimation is performed in situ. The measured impedance takes into account cell temperature and cell SoH, enabling accurate SoC estimation. The measurement system configured for the experiment and considerations for the selection of measurement parameters are described, and the accuracy of cell SoC estimation is presented.
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