Stephan Sinzig, M.Sc.


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Supervised Student Projects

  • Generating and Meshing a Shell of Electrolyte on Active Material Particles, Bachelor's Thesis, Dorothea Kraft, 2020
  • Introducing Temperature Dependent Material Properties into a FE-Model for All-Solid-State-Batteries, Bachelor's Thesis, Lukas Finkenzeller, 2021
  • Development of a 1D homogenized electro-chemo-mechanical Finite Element Model for All-Solid-State-Batteries, Bachelor's Thesis, Oskar Wittmann, 2021
  • Incorporating Geometrically Resolved Grain Boundaries within ASSBs into a Finite Element Model, Bachelor's Thesis, Leo Pfefferer, 2022
  • Incorporating Geometrically Resolved One Dimensional Double Layers into Three Dimensional ASSB Finite Element Model, Bachelor's Thesis, Thomas Hollweck, 2022
  • Development of Analytical Models To Predict Mechanical Stress Inside All-Solid-State-Batteries During Manufacturing With Focus on Cylindrical Cells, Bachelor's Thesis, Tobias Eisenmann, 2022
  • Development of a simulation model for all-solid-state batteries including mechanical prestress, Bachelor's Thesis, Mara Rothacher, 2023
  • Sensitivity Analysis for Coating Layers in All-Solid-State Batteries, Term Paper, Alexander Wendl, 2023


  • Stephan Sinzig, Thomas Hollweck, Christoph P. Schmidt, Wolfgang A. Wall. A Finite Element Formulation to Three-Dimensionally Resolve Space-Charge Layers in Solid Electrolytes, Journal of the Electrochemical Society 170 (040513), 2023 (DOI: 10.1149/1945-7111/acc692)
  • Stephan Sinzig, Christoph P. Schmidt, Wolfgang A. Wall, An Efficient Approach to Include Transport Effects in Thin Coating Layers in Electrochemo-Mechanical Models for All-Solid-State Batteries, Journal of the Electrochemical Society 170 (100532), 2023 (DOI: 10.1149/1945-7111/ad0264)
  • Stephan Sinzig, Christoph P. Schmidt, Wolfgang A. Wall, A Conservative and Efficient Model for Grain Boundaries of Solid Electrolytes in a Continuum Model for Solid-State Batteries 171 (040505), 2024 (DOI: 10.1149/1945-7111/ad36e4)


  • since 2019 Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Mechanics, Technical University of Munich
  • 2018 Master of Science (M.Sc), Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Munich
  • 2015 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Mechanical and Process Engineering, Technical University of Darmstadt