By Dr Alistair Davidson
Director, Consortium for Battery Innovation
The ELBC Technical Sessions have always been the centrepiece of the event, and this year is no different. The technical programme will feature more than 50 presentations with market insights and updates on research across the globe. Read CBI Manager Matthew Raiford’s look-head to the full programme here.
One of the exciting things about a virtual-only event is the debate and discussions that are enabled by on-demand capabilities. As a virtual conference, all presentations will be available on demand. Delegates will be able to submit questions ahead of and live during the event itself, as well as participate in the live panel discussions as each presenters findings are summarised and debated by our expert panel.
Perhaps it’s the potential of carbon additives that you’re excited about, or wondering whether a new battery model for automotive simulation is key to your innovation progress? Hear from the presenters and get our panel’s help in enabling these exciting debate and discussions in the ELBC Studio.
Join in by registering here.