Inaugural Nickel Institute Battery Day

 Leading the path to electrification

The Nickel Institute will hold its inaugural annual Battery Day on July 6, 2023.

Batteries are the fastest growing market for nickel, and we need them for realizing electrification targets.

The Battery Day brings together stakeholders from various segments of the supply chain: OEMs, government, academia and finance. You will hear directly from leading experts in the battery industry who will share a blend of topics from automotive technology to recycling. 

Join the event by completing the registration form.

Practical details

  • The event will be held online via Zoom webinar and participation is free.
  • Dial-in details will be communicated a few days before the event to all registered participants.
  • Join the event by completing the registration form.
  • More information will be available soon on this page. 
  • Contact: Parvin AdeliIsaline de Baré
  • Program (timing ET-Toronto):
8.30-8.45 Dr. Parvin Adeli
Manager, Batteries, Nickel Institute

Keynote: Dr. Jeff Dahn
NSERC/Tesla Canada Industrial Research Chair, Dalhousie University

9.15-9.40 Martin Beermann
Senior Scientist, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
9.40-10.05 Hans Eric Melin
Managing Director, Circular Energy Storage, UK
10.05-10.25 Harry Fisher
Project Manager, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
10.25-10.35 Q&A
10.35-11.00 break
11.00-11.25 Keynote: Prof. Stanley Whittingham
2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
11.25-11.50 Dr. Marzi Barghamadi
Research Scientist-Batteries, CSIRO Manufacturing
11.50-12.15 Dr. Venkat Viswanathan
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Carnegie Mellon University
12.15-12.35 John Kincaid
President, Boulderwood Holdings Inc. dba, 2ndLife Batteries®
12.35-12.45 Q&A
12.45-13.00 Final comments and wrap up

More details on presentations will be available soon.

Any information presented by third party speakers or authors do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Nickel Institute or its members. The Nickel Institute does not endorse or approve, and assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the content, accuracy, or completeness of the information presented. Any suggestions or advice contained in the event should not be relied upon in place of professional or other financial advice. To the extent that any information presented at this event is made available by the Nickel Institute online, we reserve the right to suspend or remove access to such information at any time without notice.

Attendees should note that this event will be video-recorded and may be published in various media, including on the Nickel Institute’s website, without further notice

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