The CPE hosted a delegation from CINE in Brazil for a day of talks and lab tours
The CPE hosted the second workshop with CINE, Brazil.
Day 1 talks on the theme of Batteries included
- Hudson Zanin - Towards high energy storage non-flammable supercapacitor
- Heather Au (Li-S): Lignin carbon fibre-based Li-S batteries
- Gustavo Doubek - Developing New tools for in situ and operando analysis of Li-O2 Batteries
- Nuria Tapia Ruiz -High performance Na ion cathodes for Na ion batteries
- Ann Huang -Sustainable manufacturing of thick battery electrodes with improved performance
- Juarez L. F. da Silva - Atomistic Understanding of Materials for Energy Applications
- Qiley Song-Membrane design for energy storage devices
- Zhenyu Guo-High performance Na ion battery anodes at pouch level
- Huw Shiel -Characterisation of electrochemical interfaces using X-Ray based techniques
- Shelly Conroy- Microscopy techniques (cryoTEM, APT) for battery interface characterisation
- Cecilia Mattevi-3D priming of energy storage devices
And Day 2 focused on electro (photo)catalysis:
- Marcos Quiles-machine leaning for energy devices
- Pablo Sebastián Fernández - Looking at electrochemistry through an in situ multi-technique approach
- Reshma Rao-Electrocatalysts for water splitting
- Raphael Nagao - Ammonia Electrocatalytic Synthesis from Nitrate Reduction on Copper Oxides Catalysts
- Anna Hankin- large scale solar reactors
- Juliano A. Bonacin – Prussian blue and its analogues as catalysts for water oxidation under mild conditions
- Jesus Barrio- Electrocatalysts design for ORR and CO2 RR
- Salvador Eslava-Photocatalysts for H2 production and CO2 reduction
- Camille Petit-gas phase photocatalysis for CO2 reduction
- Ifan Stephens- N2 electroreduction
We are pleased to hear that this collaboration has resulted in a joint proposal that has just been submitted to EPSRC.
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