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recycling and motor applications
green energy
In a Nutshell

About the Project

Our aim is to educate professionals who work or intend to work in the field of permanent magnets along the whole value chain, including recycling and motor applications: Raw Materials, Technological Magnets, Circular Economy and Electromobility coming together. These specialists are essential to maintain and increase the resilience of the RE supply chain in Europe.

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Top Specialists

Pavel Korzhavyi, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Pavel Korzhavyi

Professor in Materials Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology

  • Leader of the Generic ab-inito project within the Hero-m 2i competence center, financed jointly by the Sweden’s innovation agency Vinnova, KTH, and Swedish industry
  • Member of the advisory editorial board of the Journal of Nuclear Materials and an editorial board member of the open access journal “Metals”
  • Official representative in the Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) RawMaterials at the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)
Santiago Cuesta-López, ISMC

Dr. Santiago Cuesta-López

Executive Director at ISMC Cluster and General Manager in ICAMCyL Foundation

  • Expert promoting international activity in raw materials (S3P-Batteries & Mining)
  • Representative as member state in the EU EIP Raw Materials Operational Groups (until 2020)
  • Member in committees: Strategic Expert Group for M-ERANET EU-Commission. Executive member of EU NANOFUTURES (Chairman of WG-CRMs)
Dr. Alberto Bollero Real, IMDEA Nanociencia

Dr. Alberto Bollero Real

Senior Research Professor
at IMDEA Nanociencia
  • Coordinator Critical Raw Materials and Sustainability and Head of the Division of Permanent Magnets and Applications at IMDEA Nanociencia
  • Research career on permanent magnets on leading laboratories in France, Germany and Spain
  • 10 ongoing public and private funded projects, leading on production of REE as well as on production and recycling of permanent magnets
European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), body of the European Union
This activity has received funding from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, under the Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

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