CMI Projects

CMI conducts research around four pillars: Diversifying Supply, Developing Substitutes, Reuse and Recycling, and Crosscutting Research. 

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CMI conducts research around four pillars: pdf of CMI research org chart

CMI research is conducted in four focus areas
CMI research organizational leadership, November 2019

More details on the CMI leadership structure are available on the About CMI page
 
Diversifying Supply

CMI research in Diversifying Supply includes expanding sources, transformative processes and new uses for co-products. For more information, link to the page for Diversifying Supply, which includes links to descriptions for CMI projects in this area

Developing Substitutes 

CMI research in Developing Substitutes now is focused on magnets with reduced rare earth content. For more information, link to the page for Developing Substitutes, which includes links to descriptions for CMI projects in this area.

Reuse & Recycling

CMI research in Reuse and Recycling includes energy storage systems, enabling and optimizing co-production, and electric machines. For more information, link to the page for Reuse & Recycling, which includes links to descriptions for CMI projects in this area.

Crosscutting Research

CMI Crosscutting Research includes enabling science, environmental sustainability, and supply chain and economic analysis. For more information, link to the page for Crosscutting Research, which includes links to descriptions for CMI projects in this area.

CMI researchers are based across the United States at Team member companies, universities and national laboratories link to page with brief descriptions of some of these researchers