Volker Presser is giving a seminar talk at the Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern) with the title “Electrochemical dilatometry for energy storage materials”.

Nicolas Jäckel is presenting an invited oral presentation at the 232nd ECS Meeting in National Harbor near Washington D.C. in the USA. His presentation is titled “In situ monitoring of mechanical properties via multi-length scale approach”.

Volker Presser is giving a 90 min lecture at the Edgar Lüscher Seminar in Dillingen with the title “Carbon nanomaterials”.

Volker Presser is giving the “Materials in Society’ Lecture” at the International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials (DCM) in Gothenburg, Sweden. The title of the oral presentation on September, 6th,  is: “Carbon and carbon hybrid materials for electrochemical desalination”.

There are two contributions with our work at this year’s Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry. On August 29th, Juhan Lee is giving an invited oral presentation wiht the title “Redox-enabling nanoporous carbons for high-performance energy storage” and collaborator Bastian Etzold (TU Darmstadt) is giving an oral talk on “Core-shell carbide-derived carbons as platform for high performance electrochemical energy storage and electrocatalysis”.

Benjamin Krüner is presenting work at the 254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in Washington DC, USA. His oral presentation has the title “Sub-micrometer novolac-derived carbon beads as electrodes for supercapacitors, redox electrolyte hybrids, and Li-S batteries.”.

Simon Fleischmann is presenting work at the International Nanoscience Student Conference (INASCON) in Bristol, UK. His oral presentation is entitled “Hybridization of carbon/metal oxides for electrochemical energy storage”.

Christian Prehal from the Institute of Physics at Montanuniversität Leoben (Austria) is presenting joint work on in situ tracking of ion electrosorption in nanoporous carbon at the XXVI International Materials Research Congress (IMRC) in Cancun, Mexico. The invited lecture is entitled “Structure and kinetics of ions in nanoporous carbon supercapacitors studied by in situ X-ray scattering and atomistic modelling”.

Simon Fleischmann and Marco Zeiger are participating at this years installment of the CARBON conference in Melbournce, Australia. Both our PhD students received also a travel fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Organization (DAAD) to cover the conference trip costs. On July 26th, Marco Zeiger is giving a talk called “Designing the carbon/vanadia interface for hybrid electrochemical energy storage” and Simon Fleischmann gives an oral presentation with the title “Carbon onions as substrate/conductive additive for asymmetric vanadia supercapacitor anodes”.

Our team has several contributions to the 5th International Symposium on Enhanced Electrochemical Capacitors (ISEEcap’17) in Jena.

  • Collaborator Bastian Etzold (TU Darmstadt) is presenting on July, 11th, at 10:00 AM the following talk: “Core-shell carbide-derived carbons as platform for high-performance electrochemical energy storage and electrocatalysis”
  • Volker Presser is presenting on July, 11th, at 10:40 AM the following talk: “Redox-enabling nanoporous carbons for high-performance energy storage”
  • Nicolas Jäckel is presenting on July, 12th, at 3:45 PM the following talk: “Electrochemical in-situ tracking of volumetric changes in two-dimensional metal carbides (MXenes) in ionic liquids”
  • Collaborator Christian Koczwara (Montanuniversität Leoben) is presenting on July, 13th, at 12:10 AM the following talk: “In-situ small angle X-ray scattering as a novel tool to study ion electrosorption in supercapacitor electrodes”

Juhan Lee and Pattarachai Srimuk (Bank) are presenting works at the 2017 International Conference on Capacitive Deionization, Electrosorption & Electrodialysis in Seoul, Korea. On July 6th, Juhan is giving a talk entitled “Pseudocapacitive desalination of high concentrated saline water via vanadium pentoxide decorated multiwall carbon nanotubes”, and on the same day, Bank is speaking about “Desalination via ion intercalation of MXene”.

Volker Presser was selected to give the Materials Today ‘Materials in Society’ Lecture at the 28th International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials (DCM’2017)  in Gothenberg, Sweden. Click here for the coverage of the Materials Today Webfeature online.

Mathias Widmaier is presenting work on carbon reference electrodes at the 231st ECS  Meeting (The Electrochemical Society) in New Orleans, USA. His talk is entitled: “Activated carbon based quasi-reference electrodes for unconventional lithium-salt containing organic electrolytes”.

Collaborator Bastian Etzold from the TU Darmstadt is presenting joint work with us at the meeting for reaction engineering (Reaktionstechnik 2017) in Würzburg. His talk is entitled: “Reaction engineering as basis for the synthesis of carbonaceous core-shell materials for energy storage applications”.