The poster sessions schedule can be found here.

We welcome the participation of PhD students and Postdoctoral fellows who want to present their work on nano-sciences related to the topic of clean technologies. Please send us an email if you would like to participate.

Here are some of the posters that are going to be presented at the symposium

  • Bioinspired Oxidations : dioxygen or hydrogen peroxide activation by iron complexes
  • Complexes for Artificial Photosynthesis- Synthesis and Properties
  • Catalytic Cobalt complexes for H2 production
  • X-ray Spectroscopy as a Tool for the Study of Water-Splitting Catalysts
  • On the Release of Airborne Carbon Nanotubes when Burning Nanocomposite Polymers
  • Detection of airborne CNT (Carbon NanoTubes) bundles using TEM (Transmission Electron Microscopy) samplers and LIBS (Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy)
  • Identification of the Main Exposure Scenarios for Producing Nanocomposite polymers by Melt-Moulding Process
  • Chemical reactions at electrified interfaces
  • In-situ electrochemical experiments
  • Toxicity of Silver Nanowires to Fresh water crustacean Daphnia magna
  • STEEVE: a platform dedicated to safety characterization of energy storage
  • Li-Batteries Electrodes at the Nanoscale: a Blessing or a Curse ? A Case Study with Carbon-Coated Ni2P Nanoparticles
  • Smart Windows: A Nano Approach
  • Role of phonons in cold carrier injection through carbon materials
  • Hollow Carbon Nanofiber-Encapsulated Sulfur Cathodes For High Specific Capacity Lithium Sulfur Batteries
  • Low Quality Factor Whispering gallery modes facilitated broad band light trapping
  • The Quantum Spin Hall Effect and its Potential for High Efficiency Electronics
  • Investigation of the three-layered NaxVO2 phases through electrochemistry and crystallochemistry
  • Revised self-consistent continuum solvation in electronic-structure calculations
  • Electrodeposition of ZnO nanstructures for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells
  • Multifunctional transition-metal cluster based materials of interest in the field of thermoelectricity and nanotechnologies
  • Ferroelectric oxides thin films and multilayers epitaxially grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition: Controlling the composition, structure and nanostructuration of thin films in the K-Ta-Nb-O system
  • High Performance Battery Electrode and Paper Battery
  • Deterministic Placement of Metals in Metal Organic Frameworks, MOFs for tailored applications

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