The recent EPSRC Programme Grant on "Energy Materials: Computational Solutions" is hosting an open meeting in the historic city of Bath, that will be held on Monday 22nd September (10.30am start). The symposium is free and the venue is the University of Bath (5W Building, Room 5W 2.4).
Keynote speakers include:
Dr Emma Kendrick (SHARP) - "Energy Materials, The Future: An Overview of Energy Materials R&D at Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd"
Prof. John Kilner (Imperial College London, UK) - "Oxide Surfaces at High Temperature: Implications for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells"
Prof. Christian Masquelier (Picardie, France) - "Crystal chemistry of phosphate based materials for Li ion
Dr Su-Huai Wei (NREL, Denver, USA) - "First-principle design of functional materials for energy applications"
Links to the programme and to a campus map can be found here:
Travel and Accommodation
The meeting will start at 10.30am on Monday 22nd September and finish around 6pm.
Advice on travelling to Bath can be found on the University travel page. There are regular trains to Bath Spa and then a taxi to the University campus (Wessex House is near 5W).
If delegates require accommodation they should book it directly. Hotels include: Hilton Hotel, Parade Park Hotel, Premier Inn Bath. For othert options, you can find a range of accommodation on the Visit Bath website.
Registration is now closed. If you have any queries please email email@example.com
This meeting will cover experimental and computational work on recent developments and new materials for the next generations of solar cells, lithium batteries, solid oxide fuel cells and thermoelectric devices.
Topics being explored include atomistic and electronic processes within bulk materials, nano-structures and at surfaces/interfaces.