On 08th July 2022 the IMMENSE consortium gathered at the Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS (Chemnitz, Germany) for having the Kick-off meeting. The partners are coming from the Czech Republic, Germany, and Spain.

The aim of the project is to impact the production of CCMs (catalyst coated membranes) by material development of a bio-based ionomer and catalyst inkjet ink, the production process via inkjet printing, and the evaluation of the manufactured CCMs combined with simulation of the processes within a fuel cell stack. Supported are these activities by paying attention to market demands.

There will be an annual public online seminar about the progress of the project. If you are interested in this, please use the contact page.

The project IMMENSE was submitted in the M-ERA.net call 2021 and granted for funding. The project duration is from July 2022 until June 2025.

Due to the organizational setup of European granting and national funding, there are many organizations involved in funding this project. Detailled funding information can be found on the starting page of the IMMENSE project.