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The EPSRC Programme Grant on "Energy Materials: Computational Solutions" is hosting its third one-day open meeting on Thursday 8th September (10.30am start) at the University of Bath.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keynote speakers: 

Prof. Jawwad Darr (UCL) - “Nanomaterials for high energy and high power Li and Na-ion batteries and ultracapacitors”

Prof. Ken Durose (University of Liverpool) - "The voltage problem in thin film solar cells"

Dr Sylvie Hébert (Caen, France) - "The role of entropy on the thermopower of oxides: some examples among ruthenates"

Prof. Peter Slater (University of Birmingham) - "Oxyanion doping strategies in solid oxide fuel cell materials"

 

Please click on the link below for access to the provisional programme:

 

 

 

Abstract submission and Registration

The deadline for poster and oral abstract submission has passed.

 

To register for the Symposium, please follow the link below. There is a £25 fee to attend.

http://store.bath.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=1&deptid=35&catid=178&prodid=3466

Deadline for registration is Friday 26th August.

 

 

Travel and Accommodation

The one-day meeting will be held on campus (3 West North Building). It will start at 10.30am and finish with a poster session and drinks reception (5.30 to 6.30pm).

 

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. Here is a map of the University.

 

By air: closest airport is Bristol airport (then bus or taxi to Bath). From London Heathrow there are express trains to Paddington station and then regular trains to Bath Spa.

 

If delegates require accommodation they should book it directly. Hotels include: Hilton Hotel, Parade Park Hotel, Premier Inn Bath. For other options, you can find a range of accommodation on the Visit Bath website.

 

 

 

3rd "Energy Materials" Symposium, 8th September 2016

Meeting Theme

This meeting will cover experimental and computational work on recent developments and new materials for 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.

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Key Dates

 

Registration & poster submission: Friday 26th August

Symposium: Thursday 8th September.

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2016 Programme