This page collects the public deliverables produced by the ASTRABAT Consortium. The documents provide detailed information on the activities performed and on the results achieved by the project.

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Fabrication of modern lithium ion batteries by 3D inkjet printing: opportunities and challenges

PDF — 1.81 MB — 10 Jan 2023

Inkjet printing (IJP) is a prospective additive manufacturing technology that enables the rapid and precise deposition of thin films or patterns. It offers numerous advantages over other thin-film manufacturing processes, including cost-effectiveness, ease of use, reduced waste material, and scalability. The key advantage of this technique is the ability of the fabrication of complex patterns with very high precision. The IJP gives the possibility of building three-dimensional (3D) structures on the microscale, which is beneficial for modern Li-Ion batteries (LIBs) and All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries (ASSLIBs). In contrast to typical laminated composite electrodes manufactured by tape casting and calendaring, 3D electrode design allows the electrolyte to penetrate through the electrode volume, increasing the surface-to-volume ratio and reducing ion diffusion paths. Thus, 3D electrodes/electrolyte structures are one of the most promising strategies for producing next-generation lithium-ion batteries with enhanced electrochemical performance. Although in the literature review, the IJP is frequently reported as a future perspective for the fabrication of 3D electrodes/electrolytes structures for LIBs, only a few works focus on this subject. In this review, we summarize the previous studies devoted to the topic and discuss different bottlenecks and challenges limiting further development.



D8.11 – First report on Communication and Dissemination activities and update of the Communication and dissemination plan

PDF — 1.90 MB — 12 Nov 2021

This document describes the communication and dissemination strategy developed for the ASTRABAT project. It is the first update of the version created in M4 (D8.1). The document outlines the key elements of the communication and dissemination strategy, which include: the targeted audiences (WHO), the key messages to address them (WHAT), the tools and channels employed (HOW), the timing of the planned activities (WHEN) and the geographical level (local, European) (WHERE), hence providing a guide for the project and partners dissemination activities. The document also reports on the communication and dissemination activities performed so far by the ASTRABAT consortium. The document also describes the approach adopted to monitor the diffusion of ASTRABAT contents and quantitatively assess the impacts generated by the project communication and dissemination campaigns. The ASTRABAT Communication and Dissemination plan is a living document. The plan will be updated in M30 (D8.12). This will enable tunings of the overall communication and dissemination strategy based on the project developments and needs. The final version of the document will be released at the end of the project, with the final report on the project communication and dissemination activities (D8.13).


D8.3 – ASTRABAT Website

PDF — 1.33 MB — 12 Nov 2021

This document reports on the development of the ASTRABAT website ( In particular, it describes its structure, layout and purpose as a communication and dissemination channel for project contents. The document also outlines the content management strategy and the approach to monitor the website performance over the course of ASTRABAT.


D8.2 – ASTRABAT presentation video and flyer

PDF — 801.32 KB — 12 Nov 2021

This deliverable reports on the development of the ASTRABAT presentation video and flyer. It presents the distribution strategy adopted to disseminate the two products across the project stakeholder groups. The document also describes how the video and the flyer will be incorporated in the methodology developed to assess the overall project communication and dissemination impacts.