Artur Tron

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Artur Tron

What do you like about science?​

Quite a quick experiment can shed light on an important connection that we have taken for granted or perhaps never even thought about that. Therefore, science was, is, and will be part of our life.

If you had not become a scientist, what would you be today?

It is quite an interesting question, probably, professional photographer and videographer. Currently, it is my hobby for 20 years at least.

What is your favorite place at work? Outside work?

Regarding my favorite place, it is a lab where we can make science. Outside work is the countryside where you can stay in your own mind and think about ideas and action plans, and of course, philosophize like part of science.

What is your role in the SUBLIME project?

Currently, my role is like a member of this project and a scientist and admin who is working on one of the important scientific and dissemination parts of a project.

How do you think will the results of SUBLIME contribute to a more sustainable world? How will the world be different after SUBLIME?

SUBLIME project is one from other solid-state projects granted EU which could help decrease depending on the oil source and exchange of conventional lithium-ion batteries with liquid electrolytes and is an alternative source for future projects of developing the solid-state battery for small- and large-scale applications.

What research are you conducting at your institution and how is it applied in the SUBLIME project?

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology is responsible for the scientific and dissemination parts of a SUBLIME project which are valuable parts and important for other work packages: Scientific part is the optimization of cathode and solid electrolyte stand film for the production of solid-state cells; Dissemination part is distribution and increasing the activities of a SUBLIME project into the scientific community.