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Last call for abstracts: A06 symposium on Cataly ... (No replies)

Monica Kosa
6 years ago
Monica Kosa 6 years ago

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit an abstract for an oral or a poster presentation at the A06 symposium on "Catalytic Materials and Processes For Energy Storage and Conversion" within the MSE 2016 conference.

MSE2016 is a biennial international conference organized by the German Society of Materials Science and Engineering and will be held September 27-29, Darmstadt.

[email protected] symposium will gather leading scientists from both theoretical and experimental domains and younger researchers to discuss the challenges posed by computational modelling and experimental characterization of catalytic materials and interfaces for energy applications. Our symposium will focus on combining recent theoretical and methodological advances in the modelling of fundamental electro-catalytic processes at electrified interfaces with their experimental characterization.

Confirmed speakers

Keynote lectures:

Prof. Dr. Axel Gross, Universität Ulm, Germany

Prof. Dr. Jean-Sébastien Filhol, Université Montpellier, France

Highlight lecture:

Prof. Dr. Ellen Backus, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany

For further information and registration to symposium A06 please see: http://www.mse-congress.de/congress/call-for-abstracts-topics/topic-a-functional-materials-and-devices/a06-catalytic-materials-and-processes-for-energy-storage-and-conversion/

Abstract submission deadline is 20 April 2016.

We look forward meeting you in Darmstadt!

Sincerely,

Monica Kosa, Technion, Haifa

Clotilde Cucinotta, Trinity College, Dublin




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