Faurecia systèmes d’échappement SAS

Description of legal entity the legal entity and its main tasks

FAURECIA is a top 10 global automotive technology supplier, with four key business groups: Clean Mobility, Seating, Interiors and Clarion Electronics. The company, headquartered in France, operates in 35 countries at 266 plants and 39 R&D centres with 114,000 employees.
FAURECIA's R&Ddevelopment capacities are carried by approx. 8,000 engineers and technicians worldwide and every year, the FAURECIA group's R&D teams generate various innovation projects focusing on safety, comfort, interior space management, environmental performance, perceived quality, and cost control. FAURECIA filed more than 1200 patents in 2020, putting the Group among the top companies in its sector. FAURECIA holds global leadership status in each of its core businesses. Its customer portfolio features practically every automaker around the world.
FAURECIA Clean Mobility (FCM) is the market leader in the emissions control sector. FAURECIA’s expertise covers the complete value chain of the exhaust system, for which it designs and develops products from the exhaust manifold to the tail-pipe. Their strategy is currently to find innovative solutions to drive mobility and industry toward zero emissions, and to propose services. With approximately 22,260 employees in 84 production sites and 10 R&D centres, FCM masters the full range of challenges faced by the automakers: environmental performance is a central concern. FCM has led the way by marketing both technological advances and products that over time have become industry standards. FCM supplies the major European vehicle manufacturers and is involved very early on in the vehicle design process.
Furthermore, the company technological expertise is complemented and enhanced through the active participation to international, European and national R&D collaborative projects, networks and consortia. Examples include the participation in the EU RTD (FP7 and H2020) programme on new materials and several projects in collaboration with German and French research public bodies (BMBF, BMWi, ANR, FUI).

Tasks and justification in INSTABAT

FAURECIA will contribute in the following tasks of this project:

  • WP1: Definition of requirements for smart batteries and requirements for integration the sensors into the cells
  • WP4: Electro-chemical and thermal modelling and simulation
  • WP5: Post-processing contribution, Development of data analyzing methods allowing the detection of critical states (e.g. Electrode degradation, ageing), Help for T-Base virtual sensor.
  • WP6: Leadership of the techno-economic analysis including environmental considerations and adaptability to other cell technologies and use cases
  • WP7: Participation in dissemination and communication activities.
  • WP8: Participation in management activities.

CV of the persons

Dr Pinar Karayaylali

Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Germany GmbH - Biberbachstraße 9 – 86154 Augsburg – Germany

Dr Pinar Karayaylali is a senior cell electro-chemistry engineer at FAURECIA Clean Mobility in Augsburg, Germany. She received her B.S. from Bilkent University and her S.M. and PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) before becoming a part of FAURECIA Battery Pack team. During her PhD, she worked on cathode-electrolyte interfaces in lithium-ion batteries under supervision of Prof. Yang Shao-Horn.

ORCID number : Pinar Karayaylali
Google Scholar : Pinar Karayaylali

Mr Benoit Antunes

Faurecia, 92000 Nanterre, France

Mr Benoit Antunes has been part of FAURECIA Clean Mobility for two and half years. He graduated in energetic engineering in 2018 at the Institut Supérieure de l’Automobile et des Transports in Nevers (France). He has integrated Powertrain team since 2018 as Multiphysics engineer and specializes in thermal systems.

Mr Marc Mosler

Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Germany GmbH - Biberbachstraße 9 – 86154 Augsburg – Germany

Mr Marc Mosler is a Program Development Leader working mainly on battery pack topics. He graduated in automotive engineering in 2015 from the Ulm University of Applied Sciences with additional master in mechanical engineering and management in 2016 from the same university. He has four years of experience in acoustical and vibrational field including different simulation approaches.

LIST of relevant publications

  • Pinar Karayaylali, Ryoichi Tatara, Yirui Zhang, Kuei-Lin Chan, Yang Yu, Livia Giordano, Filippo Maglia, Roland Jung, Jan Philipp Schmidt, Isaac Lund, and Yang Shao-Horn, “Coating-Dependent Electrode-Electrolyte Interface for Ni-Rich Positive Electrodes in Li-ion Batteries”, Journal of the Electro-chemical Society 2019 166 (6), A1022-A1030. Editors’ Choice
  • Pinar Karayaylali, Yirui Zhang, Livia Giordano, Yu Katayama, Ryoichi Tatara, Yang Yu, Filippo Maglia, Roland Jung, and Yang Shao-Horn, "The Role of Diphenyl Carbonate Additive on the Interfacial Reactivity of Positive Electrodes in Li-ion Batteries", Journal of the Electro-chemical Society, submitted
  • • Ryoichi Tatara, Pinar Karayaylali, Yang Yu, Yirui Zhang, Livia Giordano, Filippo Maglia, Roland Jung, Jan Philipp Schmidt, Isaac Lund, and Yang Shao-Horn, “The Effect of Electrode-Electrolyte Interface on the Electro-chemical Impedance Spectra for Positive Electrode in Li-ion Battery”, Journal of the Electro-chemical Society 2019 166 (3), A5090-A5098
  • Yang Yu, Pinar Karayaylali, Yu Katayama, Livia Giordano, Magali Gauthier, Filippo Maglia, Roland Jung, Isaac Lund, and Yang Shao-Horn, “Coupled LiPF6 Decomposition and Carbonate Dehydrogenation Enhanced by Highly Covalent Metal Oxides in High-Energy Li-ion Batteries”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2018 122 (48) 27368-27382 *Co-first authors #Corresponding authors
  • Magali Gauthier, Pinar Karayaylali, Livia Giordano, Shuting Feng, Simon F. Lux, Filippo Maglia, Peter Lamp, and Yang Shao-Horn, “Probing Surface Chemistry Changes Using LiCoO2-only Electrodes in Li-ion Batteries”, Journal of the Electro-chemical Society 2018 165, A1377-A1387

List of relevant previous projects

  • AMSTELE Project (Partnership with CEA LITEN): Lithium-ion cell study following teardown, electrical characterisation tests, ageing tests and modelling (0D Electrothermal model, 3D thermal model, 0D Ageing model)