RoboAI Green research entity
At SAMK, we have gathered our research, development, and innovation activities into research centres. Battery materials and technology metals is one of these research areas. Research in battery materials and technology metals is concentrated in the RoboAI Research and Development Centre, a joint centre of SAMK and the Tampere University Pori Unit. We call the research entity RoboAI Green.
The themes we are working on:
- Promotion and adoption of state-of-the-art technologies in industry by testing them in RoboAI’s laboratory and through practical pilot projects in collaboration with industry.
- Accurate and rapid identification of materials using spectroscopic methods.
We promote the circular economy of battery materials and technology metals through externally funded research projects. Combining laser spectrometry and artificial intelligence will enable increasingly accurate identification and separation of battery materials. This will enable us to meet the growing demand for battery materials in an electrifying society and electric vehicles in the future.
Visit research centre's website
Find out more about battery materials and technology metals research on the RoboAI Research and Development Centre’s own website. We call the research entity RoboAI Green.