Applied Statistics
Energy materials to combat climate change
The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London, UK
Energy materials to combat climate change
 The Royal Society

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, June 8, 2009
08:30:00 SESSION 1:Batteries and solar
09:00:00 Energy materials for lithium batteries Jean-Marie Tarascon
09:30:00 How to exploit size effects for electrochemical devices? Joachim maier
10:00:00 Discussion
10:30:00 Coffee
11:00:00 Power from the sun by mesoscopic solar cells Michael GR√ĄTZEL
11:30:00 New perspectives in thin film solar cells Laurie Peter
12:00:00 Discussion
12:30:00 LUNCH
13:00:00 SESSION 2 Fuel cells and poster session
13:30:00 Materials challenges for solid oxide fuel cells John Kilner
14:00:00 Atomic-scale insight into materials for fuel cells and lithium batteries saiful islam
14:30:00 Catalyst supports for polymer electrolyte fuel cells Frank disalvo
15:00:00 Discussion
15:45:00 Tea
15:45:00 Poster session
17:00:00 CLOSE
17:05:00 Announcements
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
08:30:00 SESSION 3: Hydrogen and nuclear
09:00:00 Hydrogen - the future energy carrier Andreas Zuttel
09:30:00 Ceria: Teaching an old material new tricks for energy conversion and CO 2 mitigation sossina Haile
10:00:00 Discussion
10:30:00 Coffee
11:00:00 Modelling nuclear materials Robin Grimes
11:30:00 Fusion power: A challenge for materials science Dorothy Duffy
12:00:00 Discussion
12:30:00 LUNCH
13:00:00 SESSION 4 :Supercapacitors and economics
13:30:00 Materials toward carbon-, emission- , oil- free mobility; hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, now and future Katsuhiko Hirose
14:00:00 Charge storage mechanism in nanoporous carbons and its consequence for supercapacitors Patrice simon
14:30:00 Discussion
15:00:00 Tea
15:05:00 Stimulating investment in energy materials and technologies to combat climate change Tim Foxon
16:00:00 Discussion
16:15:00 Introduction to panel discussion Robert May
16:30:00 Panel discussion/overview
17:00:00 CLOSE
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