CMI Workshop: Circularizing REEs in Magnets
CMI sorbents and forward osmosis reduce environmental impacts
Novel SmCo manufacturing method improves economic competitiveness
Finding optimal conditions for bioleaching lithium cobalt oxide (LCO) cathode materials
Optimizing the economic performance of CMI technologies
John Sutherland at Purdue University leads the CMI project "Optimizing the economic performance of CMI technologies"
Project Description: TEA is a technique that combines production cost modeling with customer/financial analysis to provide decision-making insight to R & D. Our commitments calls for: (1) performing Techno-Economic Assessments (TEAs) in collaboration with CMI researchers at the earliest TRL stage possible; (2) Develop TEA Software Tool for CMI scientists/engineers.