April 21, Wednesday

New Mobility

Day 3 covers the area of New Mobility. LANXESS has been active in this area for many years, with high-performance polymers for demanding applications. The materials we are developing for new forms of mobility cover a number of areas, in particular, the electrification of the powertrain for vehicles and the development of the necessary infrastructures and logistics. In addition, we are working on new lightweight materials and technologies, among other things to increase the range of electric vehicles.
New Mobility is becoming increasingly important, and will have a major influence on the way we get around in the future and thus on what our everyday lives look like. The seminars will demonstrate how LANXESS is not only part of this exciting development, but also a driver of the innovation behind it.

AGENDA APRIL 21, WEDNESDAY (CEST)

eMobility Solutions @ LANXESS - Projects and Outlook
09:00 - 10:00 CEST | eMobility Solutions @ LANXESS - Projects and Outlook

DR. WOLFGANG EBENBECK, SENIOR NEW MOBILITY EXPERT ELECTROMOBILITY & CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Europe is facing a boom in battery cell production for electric cars. According to transport experts, 18 gigafactories for lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 566 gigawatt hours are currently under construction or planned in Europe for 2030. However, there is still a lack of sufficient local production capacity in the upstream value chain for battery materials.
The webinar will highlight various LANXESS emobility solutions and outline LXS' contribution to build up a sustainable supply chain for battery materials in EU.

WebEx Events
Macrolex® Dyes for sustainability and new mobility
10:30 - 11:30 CEST | Macrolex® Dyes for sustainability and new mobility

DR. LARS MAY, HEAD OF APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY SCREEN AND PLASTICS

Business Unit: Polymer Additives

Sustainability issues can be tackled using MACROLEX® dyes, high-tech soluble dyes for brillant colors in plastic. The highly advantageous properties and extremely reliable high-class quality of all MACROLEX® dyes predestine them for numerous applications – automotive, food packaging, toys, and many more. Therefore, MACROLEX® dyes are promising candidates for applications in New Mobility. For this purpose orange colored high voltage components are desired predominantly. Our new MACROLEX® orange dye meets the upcoming demanding requirements perfectly: e.g. brilliant color and very high thermal stability in polyamide.

WebEx Events
Engineering Plastics Solutions for Battery Electric Vehicles
13:00 - 14:00 CEST | Engineering Plastics Solutions for Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)

JULIAN HASPEL, HEAD OF E-POWERTRAIN GROUP

Business Unit: High Performance Materials

The shift towards battery electric vehicles offers new opportunities for engineering plastics provided by LANXESS’ business unit High Performance Materials. The presentation will share insights into new requirements coming along with new technologies, e.g. electrified powertrain or charging infrastructure. Examples will be given how we overcome technical hurdles by smart product and application development in cooperation with our customers.

WebEx Events
E-Mobility Lubricants: a future outlook
14:30 - 15:30 CEST | E-Mobility Lubricants: a future outlook

CAROLINE DAVISON, STRATEGY & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Business Unit: Lubricant Additives Business

LANXESS is committed to the long term growth of the global lubricants industry as a trusted, specialized component provider for Automotive applications. As the Automotive industry heads into its biggest transformation yet, e-mobility, we explore the trends influencing adoption of Hybrid and full battery electric vehicles, plus the impact on automotive lubricants.

WebEx Events
The use of selective Lewatit® ion exchange resins for recovery and purification of battery materials
16:00 - 17:00 CEST | The use of selective Lewatit® ion exchange resins for recovery and purification of battery materials

DR. DIRK STEINHILBER, TECHNICAL MARKETING MANAGER

Business Unit: Liquid Purification Technologies

The sustainable extraction of battery materials like high-purity lithium, copper, nickel, cobalt, and platinum group metals, that are suitable for use in batteries, is essential for advancing the transition to electric vehicles. The use of ion exchange resins leads to highly efficient refining processes that can be used for the production of batteries with a good carbon footprint and water balance.

WebEx Events

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