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Fall E-MRS: MATERIALS FOR ENERGY B Battery and energy storage devices

European Materials Research Society will be holding their Fall Meeting in Warsaw, Poland between 18-20 September 2018.

Energy & Environmental Science are delighted to be sponsoring the “Materials for Energy Symposium B: Battery and energy storage devices” and will be providing awards for the best poster submissions.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Lithium ion cells
  • Non lithium technologies
  • Flow-batteries
  • Supercapacitors
  • Battery systems
  • Automotive and mobile applications
  • Stationary battery system
  • Integrated systems
  • LCA electrochemical storage

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World Conference on Carbon Poster Prize Winners

The World Conference on Carbon was held in Madrid Spain, from 1 – 6 July 2018.

Energy & Environmental Science (EES) and Sustainable Energy & Fuels (SEF) sponsored six poster prizes respectively and these were awarded to the below:-

Winners in the category of best poster are:

Justyna Pywek, Poznan University of Technology. Title: POST-MORTEM AC CHARACTERIZATION AS THE INSIGHT INTO AGEING PROCESS OF ELECTROCHEMICAL CAPACITORS.
Mª José Mostazo, University of Alicante. Title: NITROGEN DOPED ACTIVATED CARBONS AS ELECTROCATALYSTS FOR THE OXYGEN REDUCTION REACTION.
Anton Sediako, University of Toronto. Title: IN SITU ELECTRON MICROSCOPY STUDIES FOR CARBON PARTICULATE MATTER OXIDATION AND FILTRATION.

Winners in the category of best oral presentation are:

Desirée Leistenschneider, Technical University Dresden. Title: THE “IN-SITU ELECTROLYTE“ CONCEPT – A HOLISTIC SYNTHESIS STRATEGY TOWARDS CARBON-BASED SUPERCAPACITORS.
Aurora Gómez Martín , University of Seville. Title: FE-CATALYZED GRAPHITIC CARBON MATERIALS FROM BIOMASS RESOURCES AS ANODES FOR LITHIUM ION BATTERIES.
José Mª Munuera, INCAR-CSIC. Title: JUST ADD WATER AND TABLE SALT: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ELECTROCHENMICAL EXFOLIATION OF HIGH QUALITY GRAPHENE.

Congratulations to the awardees!

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