We are adding battery technical competence to our team

European Battery Alliance (EBA) was launched by the European Commission in October 2017 and has since then been a pillar for the battery value chain. Today, EBA250 is a project-driven community which brings together more than 800 industrial and innovation actors, from mining to recycling, with the common objective to build a strong and competitive European battery industry. We are proud of the fact that several of our clients are active members of the EBA with increasing investments in renewable energies and especially in battery technology. For a long time, we have supported them in the mechanical, electronical and control parts of the batteries and we have also received requests for the chemical and materials parts. We therefore decided to recruit colleagues with the proper competence in the important areas of chemistry and materials science.

We can now support our clients in all parts of batteries as Julia Hammes and Alessandro Bosco have joined our team!

Julia graduated in Environmental Sciences and has a PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry. Prior to joining Uppdragshuset Julia worked for 3 years as a patent consultant at AWA Sweden, and assisted clients with drafting and prosecuting patent applications, novelty searches and patentability assessments.

Alessandro graduated in Materials science and engineering at the University of Padova and has a PhD in physics and chemistry of biological systems from the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA), Trieste. He has worked as a scientific researcher in Italy and Spain, and was at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm until 2019. Before joining Uppdragshuset, he worked as an Information engineer, writing technical documentation for life science products.