This webinar will provide detailed information about the 7 battery topics with deadline in 2019 and the EIC Horizon Prize with deadline in 2020.
Battery technologies are set to play an important role in Europe's Energy Union Strategy for their high impact on the energy and transport sectors. From energising electric vehicles, through storing household-produced energy, to industrial manufacturing – batteries are a critical building block of the decarbonised economy. To make them more economically viable, sustainable and environmentally friendly, improvements are necessary along the whole value chain, starting upstream throught the use of advanced materials.
Dr Cornelia Spycher - NCP NMBP & SEWP - Euresearch Network Office
Dr Nicole Wyss - NCP Transport and Research Infrastructures - Euresearch Network Office
|15:10||Presentation of topics
Dr Cornelia Spycher - NCP NMBP & SEWP - Euresearch Network Office, Dr Nicole Wyss - NCP Transport and Research Infrastructures - Euresearch Network Office, Dr Stefan Fischer - National Contact Point SMEs & Energy - Euresearch Network Office
|15:50||Questions and answers
Dr Stefan Fischer - National Contact Point SMEs & Energy - Euresearch Network Office
|16:00||End of the webinar
For all stakeholders interested in battery research.
This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.