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(SFN) 7th Solar Fuel Network Symposium and Post-graduate Morning Poster Prize Winners

The (SFN) 7th Solar Fuel Network Symposium and Post-graduate Morning was held in Cambridge, United Kingdom on 28 – 29 March 2019.

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

Both poster prizes were presented to the winners by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s, Carri Cotton. The EES prize was awarded to Hui Luo and the SEF was awarded to Alexander Kibler.

Carri Cotton with EES Winner Hui Luo

Carri Cotton with SEF Winner Alexander Kibler

Congratulations to all the winners!

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Perovskite, Organic Photovoltaics and Optoelectronics (IPEROP19)

Sustainable Energy & FuelsChemical Science and Energy & Environmental Science are delighted to support the Perovskite, Organic Photovoltaics and Optoelectronics  (IPEROP19) conference that took place in Kyoto, Japan from 28th to 29th of January 2019. On behalf of the Royal Society of Chemistry, we would like to congratulate the following prize winners who won a £200 book voucher each:

Yamaguchi, Mayu (Waseda University)
“Perovskite Precursor Solution Tuned with Polymer Addition for Effective Formation of the Photovoltaic Layer”

James Durrant (Sustainable Energy & Fuels Editor-in-Chief), Mayu Yamaguchi, Juan Bisquert (Energy & Environmental Fuels and Sustainable Energy & Fuels Advisory Board member)

Mantulnikovs, Konstantins (EPFL)
“Differential Response of the Photoluminescence and Photocurrent of Polycrystalline CH3NH3PbI3 and CH3NH3PbBr3 to the Exposure to Oxygen and Nitrogen”

Juan Bisquert (Energy & Environmental Fuels and Sustainable Energy & Fuels Advisory Board member), James Durrant (Sustainable Energy & Fuels Editor-in-Chief), Konstantins Mantulnikovs, Hideo Ohkita and Atsushi Wakamiya

Lin, Chieh-Ting (Imperial College London)
“Probing the Enhanced Stability Against Oxygen Induced Photodegradation by Selection of Transport Layer and Defect Passivation”

Awards presented by James Durrant, Editor-in-Chief of Sustainable Energy & Fuels

Congratulations to all Awardees

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NHSC11 Poster Prizes Winners!

The 11th Aseanian Conference on Nano-Hybrid Solar Cells (NHSC11) took place in Himeji, Japan from 8-10 October 2017. The Royal Society of Chemistry sponsored the event, presenting awards from Energy & Environmental Science, Sustainable Energy & Fuels and Journal of Materials Chemistry A to the best poster-prize winners, Prof. Nam-Guy Park, Sustainable Energy & Fuels Associate Editor was pleased to present the following awards on behalf of the Editorial Boards:

Energy & Environmental Science Prize
Dong-Nyuk Jeong,
“High quality large-area (>100cm2) perovskite thin film coating with rapid crystallization using reversible phase transitive MAPbI3 viscoliquid”

Journal of Materials Chemistry A Prize
Hiroyuki Kanda,
“Protection layer from ITO spattering damgae for perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells”

Sustainable Energy & Fuels Prize
Luis K. Ono,
“Up-Scaling of organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells and modules”

Congratulations to the winners!

From left to right: Prof. Nam-Gyu Park, Dr. Luis K. Ono, Prof. Yabing Qi, Prof. Seigo Ito

From left to right: Prof. Seigo Ito, Prof. Nam-Gyu Park, Prof. Songyuan Dai, Hiroyuki Kanda, Dong-Nyuk Jeong, Prof. Tsutomu Miyasaka

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NENCS 2017 Poster Prize Winners!

The International Symposium on Novel Energy Nanomaterials, Catalysts and Surfaces for Future Earth took place in Tokyo, Japan between 28-30 October.

The international symposium was inspired in response to growing calls for a scientific platform for the global community of researchers active in materials research, characterization/imaging with synchrotron radiation in situ/operando XAFS, and X-ray based techniques (CT, TXM, AP-HAXPES, RIXS, XRD, etc.), to meet, share, and discuss their latest discoveries in these critical and rapidly evolving disciplines.

The Royal Society of Chemistry sponsored the event by providing poster prizes to a selection of the winning abstract submissions. The winners of the RSC poster prizes were:

Catalysis Science & Technology Prize
Shinobu Takao In situ Visualization of Platinum Chemical Species in a Nano Fuel-cell”
Energy & Environmental Science Prize
Yuanyuan Tan “3D-Visualization of Pt and Co Segregations in Pt3Co Cathode Catalyst Layer by Operando XAFS-CT Imaging”
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Prize
Saki Ozawa “Kinetics and Reaction Mechanism of Oxidation Processes on Pt/C and Pt3Co/C Cathode Catalysts Studied by Operando Time-resolved QXAFS”
Sustainable Energy & Fuels Prize
Gabor Samjeské “Relationship between Electrochemical CV and in situ Real-time XAFS Relevant to the ORR Performance and Degradation of a Pt/C Cathode Catalyst in PEFC”
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