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CMI offers webinars about critical materials at no charge. Registration is required to obtain a link to view webinars at the time they are given.

CMI most recently offered a series of webinars with several speakers focused on optimizing the economic performance of CMI technologies. These were recorded:

  • April 29, Fu Zhao at Purdue University, “Introduction to Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)," link to webinar
  • May 6, Hongyue Jin at University of Arizona, and Sidi Deng at Purdue university, "A Tutorial for Techno-Economic Assessment (TEA)," link to webinar
  • May 13, John Sutherland at Purdue University, "Introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE)," link to webinar

CMI has offered more than 50 webinars. Most CMI webinars were open to the public and recordings are available. 

Technology Transfer/Partnering

  • Bruce A. Moyer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "The Role of Research in Technology Maturation: Perspectives from a Researcher, Technology Developer, and Research Portfolio Manager," link to webinar
  • Julienne Krennrich and Stacy Joiner, Ames Laboratory, "Working Models for Participation with CMI," link to webinar 
  • Craig Forney from Iowa State University and Stacy Joiner and Ikenna Nlebedim from Ames Laboratory, "Resource Sustainability for Rare Earth Materials via Efficient Recycling Technology," link to webinar

Recycling 

  • Yongqin Jiao, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "Development of a Biosorption Process for Recovery of Rare Earth Metals," link to webinar 
  • David Reed, Idaho National Laboratory, "Biorecovery of Critical Materials: Sustainable Solutions for the 21st Century," link to webinar
  • Alessandra Hool, ESM Foundation, "Critical Raw Materials: Current Challenges in Europe and Beyond," link to webinar
  • Linda Gaines, Argonne National Laboratory, "Lithium Ion Battery Recycling Research at the ReCell Center," link to webinar
  • Gwendolyn Bailey, KU Leuven, "Toward a Rare Earth Industry Environmental Footprint," link to webinar
  • Luis Diaz, Idaho National Laboratory, "Recycling of Critical Elements from Lithium Ion Batteries," link to webinar
  • Bill Olson at ASM, Carol Handwerker at Purdue University and Joanne Larson at Seagate, "Creating a Circular Economy for Hard Disk Drives," link to webinar 
  • Tedd Lister, Idaho National Laboratory, "Electrochemical Recovery Constituents of Value (E-RECOV), Development and Future," link to webinar
  • Tim McIntyre, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Rare Earth Magnet Recovery and Reuse from Computer Hard Disk Drives (HDDs)," link to webinar
  • Yongquin Jiao and Dan Park, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "The Use of Bioengineered Microbes for Rare Earth Extraction," link to webinar
  • David Reed, Idaho National Laboratory, "Recycling of Rare Earth Elements: A Microbiological Approach," link to webinar
  • Carol Handwerker of Purdue University and William Olson of Seagate Technologies, "Creating a Circular Economy for Hard Disk Drives: A Shared Vision," link to webinar

Magnets

  • Durga Paudyal, Ames Laboratory, "Prediction of Reduced Rare Earth Permanent Magnets from Theory and Computation," link to webinar
  • David S. Parker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "New High-Performance Magnets: What Can Theory Tell Us?" link to webinar
  • John Ormerod, Magnet Applications, Inc., "Rare Earth Magnets: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," link to webinar
  • Scott McCall, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "Exchange Spring Magnets: An Approach to Higher Energy Density Magnets," link to webinar
  • Vladimir Antropov, Ames Laboratory, "Multiscale Modeling and Prediction of New Magnets, or How a Combination of Classical and Quantum Physics Can Help Us," link to webinar

Supply/Separations

  • Zachary Sims, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Recent Advances in Aluminum-Cerium Alloys," link to webinar
  • Sheng Dai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Rare Earth Electrodeposition: Novel Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid Systems," link to webinar 
  • M. Parans Paranthaman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, “Lithium Extraction from Geothermal Brine Solution,” link to webinar 
  • Theresa Windus and Benjamin Hay, "Computational Tools for Molecular Design," link to webinar
  • Bruce Moyer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Challenges in Diversifying Supply of Critical Materials," link to webinar
  • Patrick Zhang, Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute, "Critical Elements in Phosphate Ore: Recovery of Rare Earths and Uranium from Florida Phosphate Ore Processing," link to webinar

Crosscutting Research

  • Fei Zhou, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "Machine Learning Techniques for Alloy Modeling," link to webinar
  • John Collins, Idaho National Laboratory, "Roadmapping the Path to Technical and Commercial Success," link to webinar
  • Yoshiko Fujita of Idaho National Laboratory and Paul Kim of Rutgers, "Capabilities of Thermodynamic Analysis and Evaluation of Environmental Impacts," link to webinar
  • Jason Pries, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Electric Motor Research at ORNL: A Material Perspective," link to webinar
  • John Sutherland on "Techno-Economic Analysis of Value Recovery Opportunities from End-of-Life Products," link to webinar
  • Ryan Ott, Ames Laboratory, "High-Throughput Material Science for Critical Materials Research," link to webinar
  • Parans Paranthaman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, "Additive Manufacturing of NdFeB Magnets," link to webinar