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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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RSC Poster Prize winners at nanoGe 2017

This year’s nanoGe September meeting took place in Barcelona between the 4-8th. Energy & Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy and Fuels presented the winners of the poster sessions with an online-subscription. Our congratulations to Ludmilla Steier and Gianluca Grimaldi!

Ludmilla Steier (centre) of Imperial College, London, was the winner of the Sustainable Energy and Fuels award for her poster “Low-temperature Atomic Layer Deposition of TiO2 for Stable High-performance Organic Photocathodes” Gianluca Grimaldi (left) of Delft University of Technology, was awarded the Energy & Environmental Science prize for his poster titled “Hot electron transfer in bi-component Quantum-Dot solids”.
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RSC Poster Prize Winners at HOPV 2017

The 2017 edition of the International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, between 21-24 May 2017. 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:

Arul Varman Kesavan
Department of Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, India“Optical and electronic property tailoring by MoS2-polymer hybrid solar cell”
Bardo Bruijnaers
University of Technology Eindhoven, The Netherlands“The impact of oxygen on charge carrier recombination in planar P-I-N perovskite solar cells”  
Fedwa El-Mellouhi
Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar“Solar cells materials by design: Hybrid pyroxene corner-sharing VO4 tetrahedral chains”

Congratulations to each of the winners!

 

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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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EES Poster Prizes at the International Symposium on Energy Conversion and Storage

We recently awarded a number of Energy & Environmental Science poster prizes 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. The symposium was organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and was hosted by  Energy & Environmental Science Advisory Board member Dan Wang and attended by Executive Editor Anna Simpson.

The winners:

Yu Xin Zhang, Chongqing University, China

Hao Ren, IPE-CAS, China

Jiangyan Wang, IPE-CAS, China

Mingyuan Ma, University of Science and Technology in Beijing, China

Ruiqin Wang, China University of Petroleum (East China), China

Junqiang Zhang, China University of Petroleum (East China), China

Rui Zhang, Humboldt-Universität zu Berli, Germany

Yue Lu, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Haonan Si, University of Science and Technology in Beijing, China

Hongjie Tang, University of Science and Technology in Beijing, China

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Poster prize winners at Israel Chemical Society Annual meeting 2014

(L-R) Prof. Ehud Keinan (President of the Israel Chemical Society), Dr. Lioz Etgar, Dr. Sabrina Sartori (Poster prize winner), Prof. Roy Shenhar (Organizing committee).

Energy and Environmental Science was delighted to sponsor the 79th Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society, took place at Dan Panorama Hotel and Convention Center in Tel Aviv in February 4- 5, 2014.

The two-day symposium and exhibition, which was organised by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, covered both basic and applied chemistry. The meeting provided outstanding opportunities for scientists and entrepreneurs, R&D researchers and engineers, students and teachers from the academy, industry and government, to interact, exchange ideas, share their new results and create new collaborative projects.

Congratulations to Dr. Sabrina Sartori, who was awarded an Energy and Environmental Science poster prize at the poster session!
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Poster prize winners at SPACECS, Brazil

The São Paulo School of Advanced Sciences on Electrochemistry, Energy Conversion and Storage took place between 7th-14th December last year at the Instituto de Química, Universidade de São Paulo. A special edition of the institute’s annual School of Electrochemistry, this eight day course combined intensive theoretical and lab-based electrochemistry workshops with conferences on lithium-ion batteries, lithium-air batteries, fuel cells and electrochemical capacitors.

The school was attended by particpants from all over the world, and invited speakers included Edson Ticianelli (IQSC-USP), Bryan McCloskey (IBM Research), Jean-Marie Tarascon (University of Picardie), Peter Hall (University of Sheffield) and Phil Bartlett  (University of Southampton).

Congratulations to Angel Topalov and Leonardo Vieira da Silva, who were awarded Energy and Environmental Science poster prizes at the student poster session! 

Angel Toparov with invited speaker Prof. Bartlett

Leonardo Vieira da Silva with Prof. Bartlett

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Readers with an interest in electrochemistry might want to take a look at these Energy and Environmental Science articles…

Electrical energy storage for transportation—approaching the limits of, and going beyond, lithium-ion batteries
Michael M. Thackeray, Christopher Wolverton and Eric D. Isaacs 
Energy Environ. Sci., 2012, 5, 7854-7863 DOI: 10.1039/C2EE21892E

Electrochemical energy storage in a sustainable modern society
John B. Goodenough  
Energy Environ. Sci., 2014, 7, 14-18 DOI: 10.1039/C3EE42613K

Heterogeneous nanocarbon materials for oxygen reduction reaction
Da-Wei Wang and Dangsheng Su
Energy Environ. Sci., 2014, 7, 576-591 DOI: 10.1039/C3EE43463J

Human hair-derived carbon flakes for electrochemical supercapacitors
Wenjing Qian, Fengxia Sun, Yanhui Xu, Lihua Qiu, Changhai Liu, Suidong Wang and Feng Yan  
Energy Environ. Sci., 2014, 7, 379-386 DOI: 10.1039/C3EE43111H

… and the following web collection

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EES Poster Prizes: IGEC-DCCE

EES are delighted to announce Tao Liu, (Insitute of Chemical Physics, China) and Abdelaziz Emad Atabani, (University of Malaya, Malaya) as Poster Prize winners at the 7th International Green Energy & 1st DNL Conference on Clean Energy (IGEC-DCCE) which took place at Dalian, China in May 2012.

Attendees of the The 7th International Green Energy Conference & The 1st DNL Conference on Clean Energy (IGEC-DCCE)

Attendees of the The 7th International Green Energy Conference & The 1st DNL Conference on Clean Energy (IGEC-DCCE)

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International Symposium on Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanomaterials Poster Prizes

EES was delighted to sponsor three poster prize awards at the International Symposium on Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanomaterials which was held in Namur, Belgium on 11-14 September 2011.

The meeting was a great success with around 270 participants from 37 different countries. The three EES poster prizes were awarded to:

1) Experimental and theoretical study of TiO2 anatase nanoparticles surfaces properties

Olivier Durupthy, Fabien Dufour, Asmae Bouzoubaa, Yuheng Wang, Sophie Cassaignon and Corinne Chaneac, Université P. M. Curie, Paris, France

2) Synthesis and formation process of e-Fe2O3 magnetic nanowire

Marie Yoshikiyo, Shunsuke Sakurai, Kotaro Tomita, Asuka Namai, Shin-ichi Ohkoshi, University of Tokyo, Japan

3) Optimization and characterization of synthesis of Ce doped Tatanium oxide nanotubes

Shunta Sakai, Takashi Oba, Cao Wai, Hani E. Elsayed-Ali and Takuya Suzuk, University of Kitakyushu, Japan


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