September 08, 2020
Valentin Sulzer (University of Michigan) presented PyBaMM today at the weekly Battery Modeling Webinar Series, an event which attracts audience from across the world with a wide range of interests.
The talk outlined PyBaMM’s mission as an open-source framework for collaborative battery modeling, and gave an overview of the fast, flexible, and reliable modeling structure. A series of case studies showcasing a wide range of applications of PyBaMM was presented, concluding with a live demonstration of the software.
Thank you to everyone who joined, and to the many who asked insightful questions - and especially to Venkat Subramanian for a great impromptu discussion at the end on benchmark times for solving the DFN. Thanks also to David Howey, Shashank Sripad, and Venkat Viswanathan for hosting and moderating.