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When Tim Dagger decided to study chemistry in 2008, there was initially little indication of a career in the automotive industry. Then electric mobility became increasingly important – and Tim bet on the right horse. “Since 2012 I have been working on lithium-ion technology. It makes me very happy to see how the technology is now helping electric cars penetrate the mass market,” says Tim.

“We cell developers are helping shape the future”
At Volkswagen, Tim Dagger is involved in the sustainable restructuring of mobility. He says: “When I see one of our e-cars on the road, I get the feeling that this is the beginning of something really big.”