The International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) in Bologna gathers many ICMAB researchers working on the batteries of the future
Many ICMAB researchers from the Solid State Chemistry group are presenting their research on novel batteries configuations and electrochemistry at the 69th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) that takes places in Bologna (Italy) from 2 to 7 September 2018.
The main topics covered by our scientists are within Symposium 6 "Batteries into the Future: from Advanced Lithium-Ion Systems to Novel Chemistries and Architectures", such as sodium-ion batteries, or electrolytes and cathodes for calcium and magnesium batteries. One of the topics is within Symposium 3 "Bioelectrochemistry Returns to the Home of Galvani", on neural electrostimulation.
The co-chairs of the Organizing Committee are Dr. Marco Musiani, ICMATE CNR, and Prof. Francesco Paolucci, Bologna University, ICMATE Associate.
The ISE meeting has received over 2,400 scientific contributions from 67 countries. The participation is expected to exceed 1,800 delegates. The scientific program includes the plenary lecture “The Role of Electrochemistry in Providing Technical Solutions to the Climate Challenge” by Prof. Steven Chu, Nobel laureate.
See all the list of speakers and talks by ICMAB researchers here:
- Damien Monti
Sodium-Ion Batteries: A Closer Look at Electrolyte Properties
- Nieves Casañ-Pastor
Remote Neural Electrostimulation by Mixed Conducting Material Substrates
- Rafael Trócoli
Dual-Metal-Ion Rechargeable Microbatteries Based on LiMn2O4 and Zinc for Miniaturized Applications
- Romain Dugas
Towards reliable electrochemical setups for Ca and Mg cells
- Elena Marchante
Electrolytes for Ca and Mg based batteries
- Deyana S. Tchitchekova
Cathode Materials for Calcium Rechargeable Batteries
- Roberta Verrelli
On the Challenging Quest for Positive Electrodes for Mg Batteries: Case Studies of Novel and Traditional Intercalation Layered Materials
- Dino Tonti
Soft x-ray microscopy of lithium-rich layered-oxide cathode materials
- Ashley Phillip Black Serra
On the strange case of divalent ions intercalation in V2O5
- Eulalia Pujades-Otero
Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite to Graphene and Its Influence as Mediator in Battery Electrolytes
- Andrea Sorrentino (from ALBA Synchrotron Light Source)
Energy resolved soft X-ray transmission microscopy displays battery discharge products chemical state at the nanometer scale
- ISE Annual Meeting: http://annual69.ise-online.org/
- Full program: http://annual69.ise-online.org/69-AM-program.pdf
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