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Symposium CF
Advances in Functional Materials for Energy Harvesting, Storage and Solar Fuels

Convener:
Sanjay MATHUR, University of Cologne, Germany

Members:
Ausrine BARTASYTE, University of Bourgogne Frenche-Comté, France
Sven BARTH, Stuttgart University, Germany
Daniel CHUA, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Flavio DE SOUZA, Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil
Mauro EPIFANI, IMM-CNR Lecce, Italy
Yoon-Bong HAHN, Chonbuk National University, Korea
Eva HEMMER, University of Ottawa, Canada
Aivaras KAREIVA, Vilnius University, Lithuania
Yoshitake MASUDA, AIST, Japan
Theodor SCHNELLER, RWTH Aachen University of Technology, Germany
Tohru SEKINO, Osaka University, Japan
Renata SOLARSKA, Warsaw University, Poland
Yasuhiro TACHIBANA, RMIT University, Australia
Leander TAPFER, ENEA, Italy
Shu YIN, Tohoku University, Japan
Functional nanomaterials with intrinsically new and tailored properties are key elements for developing sustainable solutions for energy, environment and health. Specifically, this symposium will focus on new energy technologies and devices based on inorganic, hybrid and composite materials. This symposium will focus on the multifunctional materials and techniques that offer advanced processing, improved properties, and low-cost/low-temperature synthesis, with a strong focus on the recent innovation in nanotechnological approaches and the assessment of their industrial impact.
 
Particular emphasis will be given to novel synthesis approaches, surface functionalization, and heterostructuring of nanoparticles, nanowires, and nanoscopic films and their heterostructures, fundamentally new properties, and energy-efficient materials synthesis. Applications of nanostructures in photocatalysis, photovoltaic, energy, sensing and bio-medical applications that combine advanced processing with conceptual advancement will form the major thrust areas. Contributions related to energy applications such as perovskite materials, batteries, fuel cells, water splitting, and carbon dioxide conversion as well as transparent conductors and challenges related to the large-scale production and integration of functional and structural nanomaterials are highly desired.

This event will provide an international forum for the presentation of technological advances, and latest research on the state-of-the-art in innovative processing and device applications of new materials to meet the challenges of sustainable energy and environment technologies. Interested and committed individuals from academia, national laboratories, industries and start-up companies are invited to contribute by submitting their abstracts on the following and related topics.
 
Session Topics

CF-1 Innovative processing of nano- and heterostructured functional materials

  • Chemical processing of nanomaterials: electrospinning, plasma-assisted chemical vapor deposition, atomic layer deposition and microwave-enhanced synthesis, sol-gel, and chemical solution techniques
  • Atom- and energy-efficient processing of advanced nanomaterials and nanocomposites
  • Innovative techniques for characterization and manipulation of nanostructures
  • Fabrication of interface-driven functionalities and multi-material heterostructures
  • Synthesis, functionalization and assembly of nanomaterials and nanocomposites
  • Scaled-up production of nanomaterials

CF-2 Functional metal oxide nano- and heterostructures for Photovolatics and Solar Fuels

  • Metal oxides nanomaterials for artificial photosynthesis
  • Molecular and semiconductor catalytic materials and systems for CO2 reduction
  • Transparent conducting oxides and heterostructures for energy harvesting
  • Nanostructured oxide and nanocomposites for excitonic solar cells
  • Anisotropic metal oxide nanostructures for photovoltaics
  • Piezoelectric nanostructures for self-powered systems
  • Heterostructures for plasmonic energy transfer
  • Nanodevices: fabrication and large-scale integration

CF-3 Recent developments in Photovoltaic Materials

  • Advanced materials for next generation photovoltaic Devices
  • Frontiers of organic, hybrid, and perovskite solar cells
  • Solar cell architectures and materials requirements
  • Next generation electron and hole transport materials
  • Hybrid interfaces and nanocrystalline junctions
  • Charge generation, trapping and transport
  • Optoelectronic devices based on nanoparticle, nanowires and composites

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