Electrochemical Energy

Invited Speakers:

  • Chonglin Chen, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
    Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics and Oxygen Vacancy Exchange Diffusion in Double Perovskite LnBaCo2O5.5+delta Thin Films
  • Yong Gyu Choi,Korea Aerospace University, Korea
    A new synthesis route of chalcogenide solid electrolyte for Li-ion battery: Low-temperature solution-based process
  • Zhenhua Dan,Tohoku University, Japan
    Catalytic performance of ultrafine nanoporous copper
  • Haitao Huang,Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
  •  Xiulei Ji, Oregon State University, USA
    Scalable Nanofabrication for Electrode Materials in Electrochemical Energy Storage
  • Xianbo Jin,Wuhan University, China
    SIGO for high efficient preparation of graphene and graphene based elechemical energy material
  • Zhongwei Lei, Shinshu University, Japan
    Chemical-Derived Graphene for Electrochemical Energy Storage
  • Wei-Ren Liu,Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
    Lithium Storage Mechanism of Reduced Graphene Oxides
  • Jian Liu,Curtin University, Australia
    Nanoporous Colloidal Carbon Spheres for Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Quentin Van Overmeere,Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
    Electrochemical energy conversion with thin oxide films: tuning the internal stress for improved performance
  • Fu-Ming Wang,National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
    Understanding how to establish a useful solid electrolyte interface (SEI) on Lithium ion battery
  • Jiaping Wang,Tsinghua University, China
    Applications of carbon nanotubes in high performance lithium ion batteries
  • Jingwang Yan,Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS,China
    Hybrid supercapacitors with high energy density and improved rate capability
  • Dong-Lin Zhao,BeijingUniversityof Chemical Technology,China
    Electrochemical performances of hollow graphene spheres, graphene sheets, expanded graphite and natural graphite as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
  • Chuanjian Zhong, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
    Nanomaterials in Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Li Xu IMRE, Singapore
    Design and synthesis of nanostructured carbon materials for energy storage
  • Cheng-Meng Chen, Institute of Coal Chemistry,CAS, China
    Scale-up production of graphene for energy storage and thermal management applications
  • Quan Li,The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Si-based nanostructured architectures for Li-ion battery anode
  • Guoqing Ning, China University of Petroleum, China
    Enhancing the initial coulombic efficiency for carbon nanostructures
  • Alexandre Ponrouch, Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona, Catalonia
    Towards high energy density Na-ion batteries
  • Steven Renault, Uppsala University, Sweden
    Building “greener” batteries: Organic electrode materials for LiBs
  • Chunwen Sun, Institute of Physics, CAS, China
    Low cost Nanocomposites Catalysts for Lithium-air Batteries
  • Xiao-Chun Wang, Jilin University, China
    Dynamic nano-pulling effect of the boron-functionalized graphene monovacancy for molecule dissociation
  • Peng Xiao, Chongqing University, China
    Ni/Co nanocomposites for energy storage
  • Huaqing Xie, Shanghai Second Polytechnic University, China
    Investigation on the thermal transport properties of heat storage phase change nanocomposites
  • Jingwang Yan, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, China
    Hybrid supercapacitors with high energy density and improved rate capability
  • Qiang Zhang, Tsinghua University, China   
  • Qing Zhao, Peking University, China
    Novel design for flexible and semi-transparent photovoltaics and energy storgy

Workshop Chairs:

  • Haitao Huang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
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