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Physics & Astronomy (F60)

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Physics & Astronomy (F60)

The Thomas Young Centre

F60 TYC 6th Energy Materials Workshop: Modelling Energy Interfaces

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The 6th Thomas Young Centre http://www.thomasyoungcentre.org Energy Materials Workshop will be held in London from Wednesday 14th - Friday 16th December 2022.

Developing an efficient and sustainable energy technology remains one of the key global challenges, but this requires advances in the understanding of energy materials. Materials modelling can provide atomic-scale insights, but applying these techniques to realistic in-operando interfaces is challenging. In this workshop, we bring together leading theorists and experimentalists to discuss the current state-of-the-art in modelling interfaces and outline future directions guided by experimental and technological needs. 

 

Invited speakers:

+ Karsten Reuter

+ Bilge Yildiz

+ Alfredo Pasquarello

+ Karoliina Honkala

+ Jan Rossmeisl

+ Julia Kunze-Liebhaeuser

+ Hideo Hosono

+ Marco Favaro

+ Marc Koper

+ Kirk Bevan

+ Jun Chen

 

Registration deadline: 15th October 2022

 

Organizers:

Clotilde Cucinotta (Imperial College London)

Martijn Zwijnenburg (University College London)

Alexander Shluger (University College London)

Johannes Lischner (Imperial College London)

 

In addition to invited talks, we invite applications for contributed talks (20 + 5 minutes).  Please send your abstract to tyc-administrator@ucl.ac.uk by 1st September 2022

https://thomasyoungcentre.org/event/6th-tyc-energy-materials-workshop-modelling-energy-interfaces/

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