The consortium plans to investigate the entire electrode manufacturing process chain. The aim is not only to gain basic knowledge about the materials required, such as binders, additives and active materials, but also about the individual processing steps for electrodes. The entire process is to be developed in such a way that it can be easily transferred to new battery cell generations such as lithium-ion solid batteries or lithium-sulfur batteries. This should enable a faster entry into new cell technologies. The challenge in the production of very thick high-energy electrodes is to achieve high homogeneity, mechanical stability, good adhesive properties and high elasticity as well as a correspondingly long cycle life.