As global population growth, economical development and technological advances continue to ramp up, the demand for sustainable and renewable energy supply and devices is emerging as one of the most critical and challenging issues of the modern society.
This symposium aims to bring together top scientists to discuss the latest advances in functional materials for sustainable energy conversion and storage technologies. The main objective of the symposium is to promote international cooperation and partnership between world leaders in the fields of nanomaterials for clean energy applications. Registration desk will be available on the 19th July from 3pm and Symposium will commence at 20th July at 8:30am in the Norfolk Room, Crowne Plaza. A full Program will be available after Registrations close 21st June.
The topics include but are not limited to:
– Low dimensional nanomaterials design and developments
– Photocatalysts and photoelectrochemical devices for solar fuel production and environment
– Semiconductors materials for new generation solar cells
– Electrode materials for efficient energy storage systems including batteries and supercapacitors
– New nanomaterials for electrocatalysis and fuel cell applications
– Magnetic materials for energy conversion and storage systems
– Computational nanomaterial science