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International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (HOPV 17)

The International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (HOPV 17) will be held in Lausanne, 21st – 24th May 2017.

Building upon the success of the previous HOPV conferences, the HOPV 2017 conference will provide an excellent opportunity for students, scientists and engineers around the world to familiarize themselves with the latest developments on solar energy harvesting and to get inspirations as well as exchanging ideas with the leading scientists from these areas.

The conference will be led by world renowned plenary and invited speakers covering a broad range of the latest scientific advances in the plenary sessions. The conference format will follow previous HOPV meetings over a full three days, with plenary sessions for keynote and invited talks, as well as room for plenty of contributed talks by participant scientists and unlimited poster presentations. Wolfgang Tress, winner of the 2016 Energy & Environmental Science Readers’ Choice Lectureship will also present his award lecture at the conference.

Keynote Speakers:
Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, Materials Horizons Scientific Editor (University of California Santa Barbara, US)
Nam-Gyu Park, Sustainable Energy & Fuels Associate Editor (Sungkyunkwan University, KR)
Edward Sargent, (University of Toronto, CA)

View the program and register now.

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RSC Poster Prize Winners at the International Conference on Artificial Photosynthesis 2017

The 2017 International Conference on Artificial Photosynthesis (ICARP 2017) was held on 2nd March 2017 in Kyoto, Japan. Royal Society of Chemistry journals: Energy & Environmental Science, Sustainable Energy & Fuels, and Journal of Materials Chemistry A were pleased to support the event and sponsored the following poster prizes.

 

Energy & Environmental Science Outstanding Student Presentation Award

Winner: Pondchanok CHINAPANG (Institute for Molecular Science (IMS))

Title: Construction of photo-active framework with open-metal sites for H2 production

 

Sustainable Energy & Fuels Outstanding Student Presentation Award

Winner: Yuta MIYASE (Tokyo University of Science, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Title: Selective production of peroxides over BiVO4/WO3 photoelectrode

 

Journal of Materials Chemistry A Outstanding Student Presentation Award

Winner: Nami YAMANO  (Osaka City University)

Title: The pH-dependent optical property of chlorophyll C bound to the light-harvesting complex from a diatom, Chaetoseros calcitrans

 

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Polymer Photocatalysts for Solar Fuels Synthesis, 13-14 April 2016

EES and Catalysis, Science and Technology were delighted to support the Polymer Photocatalysts for Solar Fuels Synthesis which took place on 13-14t April 2016.

The two-day workshop at University College London on 13th and 14th April, focussed on polymer photocatalysts in the widest sense of the word (e.g. conjugated polymers, carbon nitride, graphene oxide) and their application in photocatalytic water splitting and CO2 reduction.

From left to right; Benjamin Martindale, Georgina Hutton, Martijn Zwijnenburg (conference organiser), Run Li.

The prize winners were;

EES poster prize: Georgina Hutton & Benjamin Martindale , Reisner group, Cambridge. Poster title: Solar hydrogen production using carbon quantum dots and a molecular catalyst.

Catalysis, Science and Technology poster prize: Run Li, Zhang group, Max Planck Institute for Polymer research, Mainz, Germany.  Poster title: Photocatalytic Selective Bromination of Aromatic Compounds using Microporous Organic Polymers with Visible Light.

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IWPEEA-2016 Liverpool, 21-24 August 2016

EES are pleased to support the International Workshop on Plasmas for Energy and Environmental Applications IWPEEA-2016 which will take place in Liverpool, UK from 21 – 24 August 2016.

This workshop will bring together people from academia and industry who are interested in the latest scientific and technological advances in core areas of emerging plasma technology for environmental clean-up and energy applications.

Topics

The workshop will cover the following topics:

  1. Plasma generation, diagnostics and modelling for energy and environmental applications.
  2. Plasma chemistry for energy conversion and fuel and chemical synthesis (e.g. greenhouse gas conversion, ammonia synthesis, hydrogen production, CO2 to fuels/chemicals etc.)
  3. Plasma environmental clean-up (e.g. removal of VOCs, NOx, odour, tars, PM and PAHs, sterilisation, ozone generation etc.)
  4. Plasma treatment of waste liquid (e.g. wastewater treatment)
  5. Plasma solid waste treatment (e.g. plasma gasification, pyrolysis, vitrification etc.)
  6. Plasma synthesis of catalysts and energy materials (e.g. carbon nanomaterials)

Plenary Speakers

• Prof. Christopher Whitehead, The University of Manchester, UK ◦Plasma-catalysis: What do we still need to know?
• Prof. Annemie Bogaerts, University of Antwerp, Belgium ◦Plasma chemistry modeling for CO2 conversion: A better understanding of energy efficiency and product formation
• Prof. Gerard van Rooij, DIFFER, The Netherlands ◦CO2 reduction by microwave plasma as a route to solar fuels
• Dr. Antoine Rousseau, École Polytechnique, France ◦Air treatment using plasma-sorbent coupling
• Prof. Bruce R Locke, Florida State University, USA ◦Plasma liquid (TBC)
Invited Lectures

•Prof. Davide Mariotti, Ulster University, UK ◦Third generation photovoltaics with atmospheric pressure plasmas
•Prof. Wei Chu, Sichuan University, China ◦Plasma assisted preparation of new catalysts for CO2 conversion to feasible products
•Dr. Hyun-Ha Kim, AIST, Japan ◦Plasma-catalysis: From catalyst screening to NH3 synthesis
•Dr. Qi Wang, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands ◦Nitrogen fixation by plasma: A touch on future application?

‌Oral and poster abstract submissions are now invited for IWPEEA-2016 on any of the themes listed above.  Please see the website for more details.

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4th UK Solar Fuels Symposium, St John’s College, Cambridge

On 9th January 2016, the 4th UK Solar Fuels Symposium took place at St John’s College, University of Cambridge.  The event was held by the Solar Fuels network and hosted by the Reisner group at the University of Cambridge.

Prof. James Durrant (Imperial College London) gave the welcome and opening remarks, and the invited speakers included: Edman Tsang (University of Oxford), Gregory Wildgoose (RSC Advances Associate Editor, University of East Anglia) and Kylie Vincent (University of Oxford).

Energy & Environmental Science was pleased to present the following prizes,

Best Oral Presentation (£100 prize): Katherine Orchard, University of Cambridge

Best Poster Prizes (£50 each): Grace Lowe, University of Nottingham and Timothy Rosser, University of Cambridge

Left to right: Dr Katie Lim, Deputy Editor Energy & Environmental Science, Katherine Orchard, University of Cambridge, Timothy Rosser, University of Cambridge and Grace Lowe, University of Nottingham.

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1st International Symposium on Singlet Fission and Photon Fusion, 18-21 April 2016

EES is pleased to support the 1st International Symposium on Singlet Fission and Photon Fusion, held on 18-21 April 2016.  This new conference series will cover all aspects of singlet fission and photon fusion including both molecular and heavy metal systems, as well as molecular solar thermal storage. Some of the most talented scientists in this exciting up-and-coming field, including chemists, physicists, spectroscopist and theoreticians are coming to present their most recent results. We are certain that this will promote highly stimulating and creative days in Gothenburg (Sweden).

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Richard Friend, Cambridge
Felix Castellano, NC State
Stanislav Balouchev, MPI/Sofia
Timothy W. Schmidt, UNSW
Jennifer Dionne, Stanford
Jianzhang Zhao, Dalian University of Technology
Ferdinand Grozema, TU Delft

Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Michel R. Wasielewski, Northwestern
Justin Johnson, NREL
Lüis Campos, Columbia
Nobuo Kimizuka, Kyushu
Ana Morandeira, Uppsala
Michael J. Tauber, UCSD
Dirk Guldi, Erlangen
Christopher Bardeen, UC Riverside,
Yoan Simon, Fribourg
Francesco Meinardi, Milano
David Zhitomirsky, MIT

Due to the strong lineup of confirmed speakers we expect to have 200 participants coming to Gothenburg. The conference has high visibility within the photochemistry and materials science research community. The symposium covers all aspects of the interaction of light and matter, related to singlet fission and photon fusion including photochemistry, photophysics and spectroscopy, and materials science. More information is available at the symposium website.

Looking forward to see you all in Gothenburg!

Maria Abrahamsson and Kasper Moth-Poulsen, on behalf of the organizing committee.

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UK-Korea Symposium on Lithium and Sodium Batteries

We are excited to announce the upcoming UK-Korea Symposium on Lithium and Sodium Batteries which will take place in London from the 18th – 19th January 2016.

The symposium will be a joint meeting organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) and will be focussed upon covering all aspects of lithium-ion, sodium-ion and metal-air batteries (for e.g. Li, Na and Zn).

There will be talks showcasing some of the best research from Korea and the UK with opportunities to highlight recent developments and identify emerging and future areas of growth. There will also be a poster session with prizes and certificates awarded for the best poster presentations.

Further details about the symposium can be found here along with information on registration and abstract submission.

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EES 2015 Readers’ Choice Lectureship

EES was delighted to present the 2015 Energy & Environmental Science Readers’ Choice Lectureship to Dr Miguel A. Modestino of EPFL, Switzerland, at the International Symposium on Energy Conversion and Storage that took place between 31 May-1st June at the Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPE-CAS), Beijing, China.

Dr Modestino was awarded the lectureship as his Energy & Environmental Science publication, ‘Design and cost considerations for practical solar-hydrogen generators‘, was one of the most downloaded articles in 2014. Dr Modestino gave a presentation entitled ‘Unconventional water splitting approaches towards scalable solar-hydrogen generators’ which followed on from the work outlined in this article.

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Register now for HOPV15

You are invited to participate in the International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics 2015, to be held in Rome, Italy, from 10-13 May 2015.

HOPV has been consolidated since 2009 as a unique forum for the advances in hybrid and organic photovoltaics. Now the 7th edition chaired by Prof. Filippo de Angelis and Prof. Mike McGehee, kindly invite you to present your latest research and participate in a major event in Rome, 10-13 May 2015. Of course the generous progress of perovskite solar cells will form a key part of the conference. The conference format is a full three days, multiple symposia meeting, with outstanding figures of the field as keynotes and invited speakers, and with also room for plenty of contributed talks by participant scientists and unlimited poster presentation.
 
Energy and Environmental Science is sponsoring three HOPV15 poster prize awards, with a first prize of 200 euros, second prize of 150 euros, and third prize of 100 euros.

HOPV15 banner

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EES Lectureship Award at Clean Energy Conference

Presentation of EES readers choice lectureship

Winner of the 2013 EES Readers Choice Award Lecture Prof. Tom Jaramillo, and EES Deputy Editor Dr Heather Montgomery

Qingdao, China was the location for the lively and informative 2nd International Conference on Clean Energy Science (ICCES2), with lectures from key figures from around the world.

Energy & Environmental Science were delighted to present Professor Tom Jaramillo with the Energy & Environmental Science Readers’ Choice Lectureship Award at the event, and Prof. Jaramillo’s talk presenting insights on how to design a sustainable and efficient catalyst for CO2 reduction was very well received.

Prof. Jaramillo was awarded the lectureship for his EES article “New insights into the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide on metallic copper surfaces” which was one of the most downloaded articles in 2013.

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