Supply Risks associated with Li-ion battery cathode materials

Christoph Helbig

University of Augsburg

Fourth year PhD student at the University of Augsburg, Germany. MSc in Physics. Works in the interdisciplinary research group 'Resource Lab' of the University of Augsburg. Research areas are material flow analysis, life cycle systainability assessment, raw material criticality assessment and dissipative losses, mostly on metals and minerals. Member of the Student Board of Representatives of the ISIE.


The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions as well as technological advances will lead to increasing market shares of electric vehicles in the mobility sector and generally increased battery production capacity. Technological... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Christoph Helbig (University of Augsburg)
  2. Alex Bradshaw (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Fritz Haber Institute)
  3. Lars Wietschel (University of Augsburg)
  4. Andrea Thorenz (University of Augsburg)
  5. Axel Tuma (University of Augsburg)

Topic Areas

• Sustainability and resilience metrics , • Management and technology for sustainable and resilient energy, water, food, materials, , • Sustainable consumption and production


TS-10 » Materials Criticality and Resilience 2 (11:30 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room G)

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