MAXIMA accelerates innovation: joining forces with E-VOLVE Cluster for electric vehicle advancements

The MAXIMA project has officially become a part of the  E-VOLVE Cluster, where E-VOLVE stands for Electric Vehicle Optimized for Life, Value, and Efficiency. This marks a significant stride towards fostering collaboration and enhancing the impact of electric vehicle (EV) innovations. The E-VOLVE Cluster operates on the principle that connecting parallel research and development activities […]

Sustainable Drives: Exploring Innovations in Green Vehicle Propulsion – Watch the Presentations

The «Sustainable Drives: Exploring Innovations in Green Vehicle Propulsion» event brought together 60 attendees and showcased the collaborative efforts of four pioneering European projects. These projects are dedicated to transforming the landscape of electrification in the automotive industry. In a world grappling with the urgent need for sustainable solutions to combat climate change, the transition […]

MAXIMA Joins the European Research Showcase

MAXIMA is proud to announce its participation in the European Research Showcase as part of the European Researchers’ Night, taking place on the 29th and 30th of September. Four of our distinguished researchers will be representing the MAXIMA project and their respective fields of expertise during this event, which serves as a platform for showcasing […]

Maxima Joins FISITA World Congress: «Automotive Disruption» Session

We are thrilled to announce that Maxima will be participating in the «Automotive Disruption» session at the FISITA World Congress. The session is scheduled to take place on 13th September between 08:00 – 09:30, as part of the Technical sessions.  The «Automotive Disruption» session, chaired by Adria Ferrer from Applus+ IDIADA, promises to be an […]

MAXIMA: a new Horizon Europe project to revolutionize the electric vehicles industry

Modular AXIal flux Motor for Automotive (MAXIMA) is a recently launched project led by the Arts et Métiers Sciences and Technology campus in Lille (France) From February 2023 until January 2027, a multidisciplinary consortium will develop and validate a complete methodology to design electrical machines (EM) and the associated manufacturing process for the automotive core […]