Developing reliable energy storage solutions is vital for a successful transition to renewable energy sources.
The energy storage laboratories at the IFM Melbourne Campus are part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) and have a focus on new energy materials for devices such as batteries, themocells and solar cells.
Tour the Institute for Frontier Materials at our Melbourne Burwood Campus
Discover just some of the state of the art equipment and laboratories housed at IFM at the Melbourne Burwood Campus with Professor Maria Forsyth, Dr Patrick Howlett, Dr Jenny Pringle and Dr George Green.
BatTRI-Hub is a prototyping facility to demonstrate new energy storage technologies at a practical prototype level. With these capabilities we aim to:
support IFM research outcomes
translate our research excellence into industry engagement
provide expertise and solutions to new and existing industry partners.
BatTRI-Hub is an open access facility. We welcome new partnerships by providing access to our facility and its team of engineers, either through joint research programs or service agreements.