Eurice Goes Spain: NanoBat Consortium Meeting Details past Progress and Sets Out Next Steps

Last week, Eurice's Janine Jost travelled to Spain for the second in-person NanoBat consortium meeting. The occasion marked the end of the project's second year. IMDEA Energy kindly hosted the event in Mósteles, a small city near Madrid.

While part of the meeting consisted of wrapping-up past activities, partners dedicated most of the time to discuss the progress and the way forward in the individual Work Packages. Those partners that could not make it in person were able to connect online to share their thoughts. Since the meeting marked the start of NanoBat's final year, those discussions laid an excellent foundation for this last stretch of the project.

Another focus was the most recent and future dissemination and publication efforts of the consortium, for which an update was given. Overall, the partners are very active in publishing their project-related results. A list of these publications is available on the project website under https://nanobat.eu/publications.

In addition, the next NanoBat Workshop in November 2022 was discussed in detail. While it will be connected to IBPC 2022, the consortium decided to hold it virtually to make it available to participants worldwide. Information on this workshop will follow shortly. If you are interested to find out more about the project in the meantime, the next opportunity to meet project partners will be at IndTech 2022 in Grenoble, where NanoBat is planning to be present with a booth.

The meeting was rounded off with a visit to the IMDEA Energy laboratories, which gave great insight into their work within and beyond NanoBat.

The next consortium meeting is scheduled for July 5-6, 2022, when coordinator Keysight will welcome the partners in Linz, Austria.