CSCT / Advanced Materials Network – MISE symposium: Energy Materials at The Edge
The Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) and the Advanced Materials Network: Multiscale tuning of interfaces for energy application (MISE) will be holding a one-day symposium on 29 October 2019 at the University of Bath.
‘Energy Materials at The Edge’ will cover both experimental and computational work on material interfaces for energy applications, including materials for fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, and thermoelectric devices.
Running from 10am to 6pm on 29 October, the day will include presentations from leading researchers in the field of energy materials.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Roger De Souza, RWTH Aachen University
- Professor David Scanlon, University College London
- Dr Petra Cameron, University of Bath
- Professor Stephen Skinner, Imperial College London
- Dr Julia Payne, University of St Andrews
This free event requires previous registration. Please choose the type of registration that best reflects your participation in the meeting, indicating whether you will be presenting a poster and if you will be attending the drinks reception.
Please note: Currently this meeting cannot accommodate more speakers, but we invite all attendees to participate by presenting their posters.
Travel and accommodation
Advice on how to travel to the University can be found on the University travel page.
A map of the University campus can be found here. Please note that this map shows the venue -The Edge- in dark green, above the light green ‘sports training village’. Further information on how to find The Edge can be found here.
Accommodation should be booked by participants directly. Well-known hotels in Bath include the Hilton Hotel and Premier Inn Bath. Further options can be found on, for instance, the Visit Bath website.
The symposium is supported by the EPSRC networking centre ‘Multiscale Tuning of Interfaces and Surfaces for Energy Applications (MISE)’ and the University’s Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies.
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