MSE Lunchtime Seminar Series
Molecular Engineering for Next Generation BatteriesThe challenge that will be discussed in this session is:
Sustainable and Structural SupercapacitorsJoin us for this informal webinar with Dr Servann Herou and Dr Evgeny Senokos. There will be an opportunity for question and answer after the presentation. To join this webinar you must register in advance and you will be emailed the joining instructions for the webinar.
Dr Servann Herou
Department of Chemical Engineering, Post Doctoral Research Associate
Dr Servann Herou currently works at Imperial College London in the group of Professor Magdalena Titirici. Servann is specialised in carbon materials for energy storage with focus on lignin-based electrospun carbon nanofibres as well as activated and soft templated lignin-based carbons.
Dr Evgeny Senokos
Department of Chemistry ,Research Associate Materials Chemistry for Structural Power
Dr Senokos’ interests are related to the development of multifunctional structural energy storage systems in which every constituent component plays dual function, contributing to mechanical robustness and electrochemical performance. In particular, he is focused on development of new generation structural electrodes based on CFs modified with nanocarbons and pseudocapacitive materials (such as conducting polymers and transition metal oxides) providing high strength and capacitance.
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More Webinars in the Molecular Engineering in next Generation Batteries Webinar Series
- 17 September Sustainable and Structural Supercapacitors presented by Dr Servann Herou and Dr Evgeny Senokos
- 24 September Machine learning methods for battery electrode characterisation and optimisation presented by Steven Kench
- 8 October Understanding the Factors Governing the Performance of Garnet Electrolytes in Li Metal Batteries Dr Ainara Aguadero and Dr Federico Pesci
- 15 October Sustainable Glycerol Electrolysis for Co-production of Hydrogen and Value-added Chemicals presented by Dr Hui Luo