K) International Symposium
K-2. Recent Progress in Energy Conversion and Storage - Nanomaterials Synthesis - <Closed session>
|Tamaki Takanori (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Ishitobi Hirokazu (Gunma Univ.), Ogi Takashi (Hiroshima Univ.)|
The focus of this international symposium is on nanomaterials syntheses and energy-related applications. We invite Prof. Hsing-Yu Tuan, National Tsing Hua University, the winner of "The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Research Award Winner 2019", and discuss recent progress on nanomaterials for secondary batteries, fuel cells, hydrogen production, solar cells, carbon dioxide capture, and other energy conversion/storage technologies. This symposium is closely related to the symposium "Recent Progress in Energy Conversion and Storage - Devices and Systems -".
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|The keywords that frequently used |
in this topics code.
|166||[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer] Nanomaterials as High-Capacity Rechargeable Battery Electrodes||Nanomaterials|
|174||[Requested talk] Nanomaterials for Electrodes of Fuel Cells and Water Electrolysis||Nanomaterials|
|205||[Requested talk] Porous carbon materials as electrodes for redox flow batteries||Redox flow battery|
|342||[Invited lecture] Morphologically Tuned Lithium Silicate Based Ceramic Nanostructures for Enhanced CO2 Sorption||carbon dioxide sorption|
|397||[Invited lecture] Investigation of the Metal-Organic Framework/Polyimide Construction via Molecular Simulation||Mixed matrix membranes|
|440||[Requested talk] Synthesis and control of nanostructured carbon particles via spray and liquid phase route||Nanostructured materials|
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SCEJ 85th Annual Meeting (2020)