[Neutron] Extended deadline (31st August) ESS Symposium 'Neutrons for Energy'
neutronsforenergy at tudelft.nl
Wed Aug 22 16:37:22 CEST 2012
European Spallation Source Science Symposium:
17 - 19 September 2012,
'Neutrons for Energy; Advanced Materials for Energy Storage'
Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
The ESS Science symposium will bring together experts in renewable energy materials and in neutron scattering. The main focus will be on (lithium) battery materials, materials for the hydrogen economy (storage and fuel cells), and heat storage materials (phase change, magneto caloric), i.e. research area's where neutrons provide particularly strong analysis techniques.
Registration and abstract submission is invited via:
Extended deadline: 31st of August, see abstract submission on the website
Invited speakers include:
A. Borgschulte (EMPA, Switzerland), W.I.F. David (Oxford, RAL, UK), B. Frick (ILL, Grenoble, France), S.M. Haile (Caltech, US), J.T.S. Irvine (U St. Andrews, Scotland), M. Latroche (CNRS, Paris), C. Masquelier (Amiens, France), A. Steuwer (ESS, Lund, Sweden), A. van der Ven (U. Michigan, US), L. Vilciauskas (MPI Stuttgart, Germany)
Peter Bruce (U. of St Andrews, Scotland), Bernard Dam (TU Delft, Netherlands), Bjørn Hauback (IFE, Norway), Joachim Maier (MPI Stuttgart, Germany), Linda Nazar (U. Waterloo, Canada), Peter Notten (TU Eindhoven, Netherlands), Andreas Züttel (EMPA, Switzerland)
The European Spallation Source (ESS) will be built near Lund (Sweden) and will provide unprecedented neutron beams and facilities for (in situ) materials characterization.
with best regards,
Prof. dr Fokko Mulder and Ilse van der Kraaij-Quick
Delft University of Technology
e-mail: neutronsforenergy at tudelft.nl<mailto:neutronsforenergy at tudelft.nl>
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