Nanomaterials for Applications in Energy Technology
February 28 – March 5, 2021
Ventura Beach, CA
Chair: Yury Gogotsi
Vice Chair: Matthew McDowell
This Gordon Research Conference will showcase advances and challenges in the development, modeling, characterization, and commercialization of nanoscale materials for energy conversion and storage. Understanding and controlling the nanoscale structure and properties of materials is increasingly important for enabling maximal performance in energy devices. This meeting will take an in-depth look at energy and fuel generation (photovoltaics, catalysis, solar fuels, thermoelectrics) and energy storage (batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells), with specific focus on advanced functionalities enabled by control over the nanoscale structure and properties of materials. The meeting will foster interactions among scientists from different energy disciplines and at different stages in their careers. In addition to application-specific sessions, cross-cutting sessions will include cutting edge measurement and diagnostics, as well as data-driven design and characterization of nanomaterials for energy. An emphasis on new and unpublished work will make this conference a premier platform for scientific exchange on the future developments of nanomaterials for energy technology.
Submit your application to attend here: https://www.grc.org/nanomaterials-for-applications-in-energy-technology-conference/2021/