About us

BattGenie provides efficient battery management solutions for Lithium-ion batteries.


ARPA-E Funding


Patents Filed

The technology is tested and independently validated at NREL (a third party national lab)

No new hardware
is needed

Cutting-edge software that helps batteries charge faster, last longer

Cutting-edge software that helps batteries charge faster, last longer

Improvement in Battery Lifespan

With an increased understanding of a battery’s internal states, battery management systems running on BattGenie software keep the battery’s degradation in control. Experimental validation on a cycling test on 3 Ah cylindrical cell shown here.

Improved Lifespan( 3 Ah NMC Cylindrical Cell )
Capacity (%)
Cycle Number
Baseline CC-CV Charge
80% Life
BattGenie's Charging Profile

Fast Charging that Zooms Past All Existing Solutions

The gain in cycle life can be traded for charging time.

Improved Lifespan( 5 Ah NCA Cylindrical Cell )
Capacity (%)
Cycle Number
Baseline CC-CV
BattGenie's Charging Profile

Stay Safe During Fast Charging

BattGenie’s fast-solving physics-based model ensures your battery is safe and can last long. Experimental validation done at NREL shown here.

Improved Lifespan( 16 Ah NMC Pouch cell )
Capacity ( % )
Cycle Number
Baseline CC-CV
BattGenie Charging Profile

Where does BattGenie's Software Live?

BattGenie’s software can be installed on the controller on-board the device or on the controller on the charger. Work with us to determine what makes most sense for your system / application.

Upgrade Your Existing Systems without Any Extra Hardware

Being a simple (yet magical) and lightweight software, it can be easily installed on all existing controllers without the need for any additional hardware components.

Many miles to go and we're all charged up

Dec 2013

Dec 2013

ARPA-E Phase-1 grant awarded

Mar 2016

Mar 2016

Independently validated at NREL & ARPA-E Plus-Up grant awarded

Nov 2017

Nov 2017

BattGenie Incorporated

June 2018

June 2018

Prototype Developed & Demonstrated

Nov 2018

Nov 2018

Validation on Pouch & Cylindrical cells

June 2020

June 2020

Projects from EV/CE customers

2000 Today

Venkat Subramanian

CTO, Chief Scientific Advisor, and Co-Founder

Prof. Venkat Subramanian is currently the Ernest Dashiell Cockrell II Professor of Mechanical & Material Science Engineering at the University of Texas, Austin.

His research interests include energy systems engineering, electrochemical engineering, computationally efficient algorithms for state-of-charge (SOC) and state-of-health (SOH) estimation of lithium-ion batteries, multiscale simulation, and design of energetic materials, kinetic Monte Carlo methods, model-based battery management system for electric transportation, and renewable microgrids and nonlinear model predictive control. Prof. Subramanian was awarded the Dean’s award for excellence in graduate study in 2001 for his doctoral research.

He is a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society and a past Technical Editor of the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. He was also the chair of the IEEE Division of the Electrochemical Society. His codes for Lithium-ion batteries are the fastest reported in the literature and his algorithm for solving index 1 nonlinear DAEs is the most robust compared to any other algorithm reported as of today.

Prof. Subramanian received his B.Tech. degree in Chemical and Electrochemical Engineering from the Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CECRI), Karaikudi, India, in 1997 and the Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA, in 2001.

Manan Pathak

CEO and Co-Founder

Dr. Manan Pathak is the CEO and Co-Founder of BattGenie.

He earned his PhD from the University of Washington and he obtained his graduate thesis on model-based battery management systems. He has over 7 publications, and an extensive experience of physics-based battery models, numerical methods and deriving optimal model-based charging profiles.

Chintan Pathak

CPO and Co-Founder

Dr. Chintan Pathak is the Co-Founder and CPO of BattGenie.

He earned his PhD from the University of Washington and he obtained his graduate thesis on optimal locations of battery charging stations for the state of WA. He has over 13 years of experience on software engineering and embedded systems.

Zander Nevitt

Hardware and Data Engineer

Akshay Subramaniam

Battery Modeling Scientist

Taejin Jang

Battery Simulation Scientist

Bing Syuan Wang

Senior Battery Software and Data Engineer


Aditya Parsai

Frontend Engineer