告诉标题:Materials-Based Hydrogen Storage

告知标题:Recent Developments in Intermediate-Temperature Fuel Cells报
告 人:Professor Meilin Liu(刘美林),吉优rgia Institute of Technology主

人:袁伟,机械与小车工程高校报告时间:二〇一八年11月二十二214日(星期四)上午玖:30告知地方:伍山校区30号楼(宏生科技(science and technology)楼)2二3会议室招待广大师生踊跃加入至于进行中南京大学学杨善平教师学术报告会的打招呼,关于进行新西兰奥Crane高校吉优ffrey。!机械与小车工程高校二〇一八年10月二陆早报告人简单介绍:Meilin
Liu is the B. Mifflin Hood Chair Professor, Regents’ Professor, and
Associate Chair of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at
吉优rgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 吉优rgia. He received his BS
from South China University of Technology and his MS and PhD from
University of California at 伯克利, all in Materials Science and
Engineering. His research interests include design, fabrication, in
situ/operando characterization, and modeling of membranes, thin films,
coatings, porous electrodes, and devices for electrochemical energy
storage and conversion, aiming at achieving rational design of novel
materials and structures with unique functionalities. Dr. Liu holds 二柒美利坚联邦合众国 patents, co-organized 1一 international conferences, symposia or
workshops, co-edited 7 proceedings volumes, delivered ~200 plenary,
keynote, or invited lectures around the world, and published 澳门金沙城 ,~450
refereed articles. As a Highly Cited Researcher (Clarivate Analytics),
his publications have been cited over 35,000 times with h-index of 98(谷歌(Google) Scholar). Dr. Liu is a fellow of the American Ceramic Society
(ACerS) and the Electrochemical Society (ECS). He is the winner of many
awards, including the 查尔斯 Hatchett Award (UK IM三, 2018), HTM
Outstanding Achievement Award (ECS, 201捌), Kolon Faculty Fellow (201七),
Outstanding Faculty Research Author Award (吉优rgia Tech, 20一三 and 199七),
罗斯尔 Coffin Purdy Award (ACerS, 20十), Outstanding Achievement in
Research Program Development Award (Georgia Tech, 200三), Sustained
Research Award (Sigma Xi, 200③), and NSF Young Investigator Award (NSF,
19玖叁).报告摘录:Intermediate-temperature fuel cells have potential to be
the cleanest and most efficient option for direct conversion to
electricity of a wide variety of fuels, from hydrogen to hydrocarbons,
coal 瓦斯, and bio-derived fuels. When operated in the reverse mode, on
the other hand, they are very efficient for low-cost production of
hydrogen from splitting water. Thus, a reversible fuel cell is ideally
suited for large-scale energy storage and conversion, which is vital to
the deployment of renewable energies. However, the commercialization of
these systems hinges on rational design of novel materials of
exceptional functionalities at lower temperatures to dramatically reduce
the cost while enhancing performance and durability.To accomplish this
goal, it is imperative to gain a fundamental understanding of the
mechanisms of charge and mass transport along 苹果平板s, across
interfaces, and through porous electrodes. Further,new protocols must be
developed to control materials structure, composition, and morphology
over multiple length scales. This presentation will highlight the
critical scientific challenges facing the development of a new
generation of reversible fuel cells,the latest developments in modeling,
simulation, and in situ characterization techniques for unraveling
charge and mass transport mechanisms, and the outlook for
future-generation energy storage systems that exploit nano-scale
materials of significantly improved performance.附属类小部件:无

告知标题:Soft Templating Strategies towards Novel Inorganic Materials
for the Energy Sector报 告 人:吉优ffrey Waterhouse (University of
Auckland)时 间:二零一八年四月十贰二十五日(星期1)中午10:00地点:华南软物质科学与手艺高档探究院32四报告厅(北区科学和技术园二号楼)华南软物质科学与才具高档切磋院资料科学与工程大学20一伍年十二月15日告知内容简要介绍:The
fabrication of inorganic materials with well-defined morphologies,
porosities or architectures underpins frontier research in optical
sensing, catalysis, solar energy capture and energy storage. This talk
will review different strategies we have recently explored towards novel
二D and 3D inorganic materials using soft-templating approaches or
precursors based on organic–inorganic hybrids. Particular emphasis will
be given here to the role of organic surfactants and their
supramolecular assemblies as structure-directing agents (SDAs) in the
bottom-up synthesis of complex inorganic materials, including 二D layered
double hydroxide nanosheets, metal-semiconductor nanoparticle dimers and
their nanoclusters, and reverse bumpy ball nanoreactors. The potential
of natural biomolecules and polymer colloidal crystals as SDAs is also
explored. I will seek to demonstrate the versatility of soft template
approaches for the synthesis of high performance inorganic nanomaterials
for energy applications, including photocatalysis (alcohol
photoreforming, CO二 reduction, N二 fixation), electrocatalytic water
splitting, and rechargeable battery systems.报告人简介:Professor
Geoffrey 沃特erhouse is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of
Chemistry and a Principal Investigator in the MacDiarmid Institute for
Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology (a New Zealand Centre of Research
Excellence). He is also a Chair Professor in the School of Materials
Science and Engineering at the South China University of Technology,
Chair Professor in the College of Chemistry and Material Science at
Shandong Agricultural University, and Guest Professor in the Key
Laboratory of Photochemical Conversion and Optoelectronic Materials of
the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). In 201陆, he was awarded the CAS
International Partnership Award for Young Scientists. His research
expertise includes nanomaterials synthesis, optical sensor development,
semiconductor photocatalysis and the development of stimuli-responsive
drug delivery platforms. He has published 120 SCI journal articles (mean
impact factor > 七) in the past 七 years, including high impact factor
journal publications in Nature Chemistry, Advanced Materials, Advanced
Energy Materials, Advanced Science, JACS, Angewandte Chemie
International 艾德ition, ACS Nano, Journal of Catalysis, ChemSusChem,
Applied Catalysis B:Environmental, Chemical Communications and
Scientific Reports. His journal articles have been cited more than 伍仟times, and he has a h-index of 36 (Source: Scopus). 吉优ff is one of New
Zealands foremost users of synchrotron techniques, and he holds a number
of elected positions in the Australasian synchrotron science
community.附属类小部件:无

告知标题:Nanostructured Functional Materials for Energy Storage and
Conversion报 告 人:陈俊林 博 士 (特别聘用教师/中南京高校学质地科学与工程高校)主
持 人:邝泉 副教师告诉时间:二〇一八年一月一三 日(周4)
壹5:30告知地点:物理楼(1捌号楼)贰楼二一三室学术报告厅招待广大师生参与!物理与光电高校二零一八年1月一日告诉简单介绍:In
order to meet the increasing demands of energy consumption in the next
decades (eg. more electric vehicles to realize a clean urbanization),
material scientists worldwide are working on efficient, low-cost and
low-toxic materials for energy harvesting, conversion and storage from
clean energy sources. Suitable functional materials should be explored
and utilized for relevant energy storage and conversion devices to
address those concerns. However, the current materials are usually
composed of single constituent or in hybrids of binary inorganic
components but with low iPad areas. The poor electroactivity with
less active sites may further deteriorate the electrochemical
performances of the electrodes. Our strategy is to develop low-cost
transition metal oxide/sulfide based materials to enhance the
electroactivity as well as the electrochemical active 平板电脑 area
(EASA), because the hybridization of two or more components affords the
opportunity to engineer the electronic and/or GALAXY Tab structures. In
addition, optimization of 华为平板 structures (such as fabrication of
hollow or core-shell hierarchical structures) of nanostructures may
bring about extra active sites, probably further prompting the
electrochemical performances.报告人简要介绍:Dr. Zhu graduated with a BSc in
Materials Chemistry and MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Sichuan
University. He then went to Singapore to pursue his PhD degree at
Nanyang Technological University in 二零零六. Upon completion of his PhD in
201三, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in National University of
Singapore. After a three-year postdoctoral research, he joined Central
South University in 20一7 to serve as a full-time professor. His research
work is centered on the development of nanostructured functional
materials for energy storage and conversion, such as lithium/sodium ion
batteries, supercapacitors, and photo/electro-catalysis. So far, he has
authored over 40 research papers in international journals including
Adv. Energy Mater., Nano Energy, J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int.
艾德., J. Mater. Chem. A and so on with a total citation over 3000 times
and an H-index of 20.附属类小部件:无

报 告 人:Etsuo Akiba,东瀛炎黄大学教师

告诉时间:二零一八年三月222日(星期四)上午一5:30-1七:00

告知地方:高校城B5附三楼会议室

应接广大师生前往。

资料科学与工程高校

2018年4月24日

告知摘录:

Considering environmental and energy resource issues, introduction of
renewable energy is most critical for our society. Especially in Japan,
after the big earthquake in 11th March 2011 the government changed the
policy of energy towards introduction of renewable energy.

Hydrogen is one of most significant media to store fluctuated renewable
energy. However, technologies of hydrogen storage are still roadblocks
to realize the hydrogen society comparing to those of hydrogen
production and utilization. They are cost, energy efficiency, capacities
in both volumetric and gravimetric, footprint and so on.

Materials-based hydrogen storage could solve these roadblocks but still
there are a lot of rooms to be improved.

In this presentation, the state-of-the-art of materials-based hydrogen
storage are introduced and the future prospect will be discussed with
the audience.

个人简单介绍:

Etsuo AKIBA is professor of International Research Center for Hydrogen
Energy and WPI professor of International Institute for Carbon-Neutral
Energy Research (I2CNER), Kyushu University from 2017. He was the
professor of Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Faculty of
Engineering, Kyushu University from 2010 to 2017. He earned Ph. D degree
from The University of Tokyo in 1979 in physical chemistry. He joined
National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
in 1979 and started the research on metal hydrides. During his almost
40-year carrier on the research and development of hydrogen storage
materials, he developed various types of materials including Ti based
BCC structured alloys and Zintle hydrides for the first time. He
received several awards including the Herbert C. Brown Award for
Innovations in Hydrogen Research, Purdue University, USA in 2008 and The
IPHE Technical Achievement Award in 2010, and the Best Article Award,
The Japan Society of Applied Physics.

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