For the past 26 years, the Cobalt Institute (CI) has organized the only major cobalt conference annually: THE COBALT CONFERENCE which takes place in the spring and in different countries each year between North America, Europe and Asia.
The 27th Cobalt Conference 2020 will take place in Madrid (Spain) from 13 May to 14 May. In this edition, the core theme of the conference is ‘The Role of Cobalt in the Energy Transition’. The focus of the programme will be on the various practical and technical aspects related to the influential part that cobalt plays in enabling a true energy transition. In Madrid and for the first time, The Cobalt Conference is planning to organize poster sessions which will be held during networking breaks between the conference sessions.
The Cobalt Conference is the only event worldwide that brings the entire cobalt industry sector together. During the last 26 years, the audience has included a wide range of stakeholders from mining, refining, manufacturing and recycling companies to analysts, downstream users, trading and investing participants, among numerous others.
Call for Papers
- Sustainability Case Studies for Cobalt
- Batteries for EV Mobility and Energy Storage
- Circular Economy and related themes (climate change, decarbonisation, recycling, etc.)
- Responsible Sourcing of Cobalt
- Presentations slots are about 20 minutes excluding Q&A
- The abstract must contain between 200 and 500 words (three or four paragraphs) and should be accompanied by your company/organisation logo and a short Bio (including name, company/organization, position/job title and contact details)
For enquiries and further information, please contact us: CI@cobaltinstitute.org
- Abstracts and Bio should be sent in Microsoft Word format (not PDF); logos in JPG or PNG format
Antitrust compliance reminder
The Cobalt Institute takes compliance with antitrust law seriously.
The Cobalt Institute reminds all participants of the need to be mindful of the requirement to comply with antitrust and competition laws. There should be no discussion of any matters relating to competition among participants, including discussion of individual prices, rates or market strategies and no exchange of information concerning any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation.