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Expert Forum – Sustainable Materials for Future Mobility: E-drives, Magnets, Batteries
October 23 @ 8:30 am - October 24 @ 6:30 pm
Under the umbrella of the newly formed European Battery Alliance (EBA), EIT RawMaterials and its partner TU Darmstadt organise a 2-days workshop on Sustainable Materials for Future Mobility: E-drives. Magnets. Batteries, which will take place on 23-24 October 2018 in Darmstadt, Germany.
The workshop is a next step in implementing some of the action points raised in the EBA Action Plan and the Commissions Strategic Plan on Batteries; that is, to create fertile grounds for the creation of cross-value chain alliances, define and implement demonstration projects, and define an agenda towards sustainable battery technology. On the second day, we look into the very much related subject matter of magnets and e-drives.
Representatives from industry, academia, and research organisations (incl. non-KIC members) working in the field of strategic and critical raw materials for electrification are cordially invited to attend and discuss with us. Among others, we have confirmed participation from representatives of the Finnish Minerals Group, Savannah Resources, Umicore, Bühler Redex, Transport & Environment, Leading Edge Materials, Lynas, Fraunhofer, Uppsala University, and Vacuumschmelze.
For more information see below or please contact:
Dr Julien Frey, Business Development Manager at EIT RawMaterials, tel: +33 649 53 77 74
Dr Roland Gauss, Senior Advisor on Substitution and Recycling at EIT RawMaterials, tel: +49 162 431 73 84
Day 1: Sustainable Materials for Future Mobility (Market Needs etc.); Battery Raw Materials. Exploration, Mining, Extraction, Recycling; Advanced Battery Materials; Sustainable Batteries; Breakout Sessions; Dinner; Satellite Workshop on Materials by Design organised by Uppsala University.
Day 2: Rare Earths: Exploration, Mining, Extraction, Recycling; High Performance Permanent Magnets; Permanent Magnet Drives and Cooling Machines; Breakout Sessions; Closing Remarks.
Please register until 22 September 2018, attendance is free of charge. Detailed programme is coming soon.
Please follow the link to register.
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