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We are thrilled to share the recent dissemination activity of CIC energiGUNE’s PhD student, Stiven López Guzmán, who presented his groundbreaking research at the International Congress on Metals for Electric Mobility in Nancy, France, held on September 19-20.

Stiven’s contribution to the conference was a captivating poster presentation titled “Pathways for Direct Recycling of High-Voltage Cathode Materials.” This presentation showcased his initial findings on direct battery recycling, an integral part of the research conducted within the HighSpin Project at CIC energiGUNE.

The conference, organized by LabEx RESSOURCES21, provided an incredible platform for Stiven to receive valuable feedback, connect with fellow researchers, and gain deeper insights into the battery recycling landscape in Europe. His work is a testament to the innovative efforts driving the future of electromobility and sustainable energy.

We are grateful for the opportunity to be part of this pioneering journey towards greener and more efficient battery technologies.

Stay tuned for more updates on our ongoing research and developments in the HighSpin Project!