Scientific Events

The SusMSE2022 is committed to addressing the importance of the physical-process metallurgy nexus for the sustainable production of metallic materials. It also aims at steering innovative ideas and both basic and applied research. The special focus is placed on the basic physical and chemical ... [more]

Processing and applications of two-dimensional nanosheet inks

(zoom lecture link comes shortly before)Liquid phase exfoliation has been proved to be a cheap, scalable method for the mass production of 2D sheets. This talk will first discuss the galaxy of existent layered materials, with emphasis on synthesis, liquid-phase exfoliation, and characterization ... [more]

Hydrogen-DRI in New Zealand: Developing a process for the hydrogen reduction of titanomagnetite ironsand

Where: virtual on Zoom (link follows) [more]

Translating insight from the catalysis of green hydrogen and ammonia production to batteries and vice versa

Electrochemistry will play a pivotal role in our transition away from fossil fuels to a net zero society. While batteries and fuel cells are set to decarbonise transportation, electrolysers can enable the sustainable synthesis of our most coveted chemicals, such as H2 and NH3. It turns out that ... [more]

Engineering Grain Boundaries in Thermoelectric Materials

Where: virtual on Zoom (link follows) [more]

Design of Novel Hybrid and Solid State Battery Materials and Cell Prototypes

Where: virtual on Zoom (link follows) [more]

Salt-concentrated liquid electrolytes: unique features and battery applications

(zoom lecture link comes shortly before) An ever-increasing demand for better batteries (with high voltage, high capacity, fast charging, and high safety) has set extraordinarily high standards for electrolyte materials, which are far beyond the realm of conventional nonaqueous electrolyte design ... [more]
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