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e-mobility: the new Eldorado for Li-ion batteries
Rise of NMC Li-ion battery technology as a consequence of Li-ion battery applications rapidly evolving towards electric mobility
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Li-ion batteries have become the technology of choice for many applications. Consumer electronics, the traditional Li-ion battery market segment, has been overtaken by electric mobility, which includes electric and hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV), electric buses, trucks and bikes. The evolving requirements on battery characteristics lead to new supply chain organization and requirements for battery materials, namely for cathode materials. NMC (Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide) has become a leading Li-ion battery cell technology and will further increase its market share in the future. Now, it is a critical time to carefully understand Li-ion batteries supply chain transformation and NMC Lithium-ion battery competitive IP environment. This webcast provide keys to reach this!
Dr. Milan Rosina is a Senior Analyst for Energy Conversion and Emerging Materials at Yole Développement. Before joining Yole, he worked as a Research Scientist and a Project Manager in the fields of photovoltaics, microelectronics, and LEDs. Dr. Rosina has more than 15 years of scientific and industrial experience with prominent research institutions, an equipment maker, and a utility company. His exper tise includes new equipment and process development, due diligence, technology, and market surveys in the fields of renewable energies, energy storage, batteries, power electronics, and innovative materials and devices.
Dr. Fleur Thissandier works for KnowMade in the field of Microelectronics and Chemistry. She holds a PhD in Chemistry of Materials and Electrochemistry from CEA/INAC, Grenoble, France. She also holds a Chemistry Engineering Degree from the Superior National School of Chemistry (ENSCM), Montpellier, France.
David Jourdan has been working in Sales Marketing Dept. of the Discrete and Standard Group of STMicroelectronics. Then he has been working for several months within Ernst & Young, mainly in collaboration with Jean-Christophe Eloy. In 1998, he joined Yole Développement for its very early beginning. David has been Marketing Analyst for a few years and later on he held Sales & Marketing position of our reports publication activity. For a few years, he has been managing the customer support & the promotion of our publications. He now works as a Global Sales Support. Coordinator
David is cofounder of Yole company. And he has been graduated of Business Manager diploma from the Wesford High School in Grenoble and earned a degree in Applied Language in Lyon II University.
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