MEET stands for Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology and is the battery research centre of the University of Münster. An international team of around 150 employees works here in research and development of innovative electrochemical energy storage systems with higher energy density, longer durability and maximum safety. In view of the value chain of the battery, MEET focuses on battery materials. The focus is on the synthesis of new high-performance and cost-effective materials and the analysis of their behaviour in the battery electrode and battery cell system. A broad portfolio of methods for post-mortem analysis of aged lithium-ion cells rounds off MEET’s profile. The laboratory equipment includes the modules functional material synthesis, electrode and cell production, cell testing and electrical measurement technology.