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Symposium CH
Porous Ceramics for Environmental Protection, Energy-related Technologies and Advanced Industrial Cycles

Convener:
Paolo COLOMBO, University of Padova. Italy
 
Members:
Lennart BERGSTROM, Stockholm University, Sweden
Tobias FEY, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Manabu FUKUSHIMA, AIST, Japan
Yuji IWAMOTO, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Young-Wook KIM, University of Seoul, Korea
Valentina MEDRI, CNR-ISTEC, Italy
Philippe MIELE, ENSCM, University of Montpellier, France
Scott MISTURE, Alfred University, USA
Rodrigo MORENO, CSIC, Instituto de Ceramica Y Vidrio, Spain
Kazuki NAKANISHI, Nagoya University, Japan
Alberto ORTONA, University of Applied Sciences (SUPSI), Switzerland
Michael SCHEFFLER, Magdeburg University, Germany
David S. SMITH, University of Limoges, France
Cekdar VAKIFAHMETOGLU, Izmir Inst.of Technology, Matls Sci. and Eng., Turkey
Tim VAN GESTEL, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
Ulrich VOGT, EMPA, Switzerland
Michaela WILHELM, University of Bremen, Germany
Yuping ZENG, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS, China
Yu ZHOU, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Ulf BETKE, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Alain CELZARD, UMR CNRS - University of Lorraine, France
Michael DREYER, University of Bremen, Germany
Akira ENDO, AIST, Japan
Dirk ENKE, University of Leipzig, Germany
Tobias FEY, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Giorgia FRANCHIN, University of Padova, Italy
Manabu FUKUSHIMA, AIST, Japan
Gideon GRADER, Technion, Israel
Jonas GURAUSKIS, CSIC - University of Zaragoza, Spain
Aleksander GURLO, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Lorenz HOLZER, ZHAW School of Engineering, Switzerland
Norifumi ISU, LIXIL Corp, Japan
Yuji IWAMOTO, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Dong-Pyo KIM, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea
Young-Wook KIM, University of Seoul, Korea
Valentina MEDRI, CNR – ISTEC, Italy
Rodrigo MORENO, CSIC, Instituto de Ceramica Y Vidrio, Spain
Benoit NAIT-ALI, IRCER, University of Limoges, France
Klaus NICKEL, University Tuebingen, Germany
Mikihiro NOMURA, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Alberto ORTONA, University of Applied Sciences (SUPSI), Switzerland
Dirk PENNER, ZHAW School of Engineering, Switzerland
Michael SCHEFFLER, Magdeburg University, Germany
Jorg THÖMING, University of Bremen, Germany
Yasuaki TOKUDOME, Osaka Prefectural University, Japan
Cekdar VAKIFAHMETOGLU, Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
Chang-An WANG, Tsinghua University, China
Yuping ZENG, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS, China
 
The focus of this Symposium is to discuss innovative approaches to develop, characterize and apply ceramics containing a high volume of tailored porosity, ranging in size from Angstroms to millimeters.
These porous ceramics include high surface and cellular architectures such as honeycombs, foams, scaffolds, hollow fibers, fiber networks, membranes, nano-, micro- and meso-porous materials, monoliths and coatings possessing hierarchical porosity, as well as structures produced by the replication of biological templates or by additive manufacturing technologies.
Such porous components find use in a wide range of emerging applications in environmental protection, water purification, energy production and saving, molecular scale sensing, optical devices and a number of advanced industrial applications.

The main topics that will be addressed are:
  • New materials and synthesis mechanisms
  • Materials optimization at the nano- and meso-scale
  • Theory and experimental evaluation of physical and chemical processes related to material functions such as transport phenomena, defect chemistry, interface reactions, separation and catalysis mechanisms, etc…
  • Novel design and fabrication of components and devices
  • Evaluation of material/component/ device performance
  • Advances in testing methods
  • Modeling of structure and properties of porous ceramics
  • Topological optimization of porous ceramic components
  • Engineering applications of porous ceramics
Session Topics

CH-1 Novel processing and synthesis of porous ceramics (nano to macro), including Additive Manufacturing

CH-2 Adsorption, capillary phenomena, molecular thermodynamics of fluids and intermolecular interactions within the porous network

CH-3 Structure and functional, mechanical and thermal properties of porous ceramics; structure/transport/functional properties relationships

CH-4 Advances in the characterization of the porous structure
(adsorption and intrusion porosimetry, thermophotometry, high resolution microscopy, image analysis, scattering techniques, computed tomography, etc.)

CH-5 Modeling and simulation of porous structure and properties

CH-6 Progress in applications of porous ceramics

  • gas filtration and separation
  • micro filtration and ultrafiltration
  • catalysis and catalyst supports
  • membrane reactors
  • functional applications
  • energy applications
  • advanced industrial applications

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