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Towards Sustainable Materials for Energy Applications

Posted on 31/01/2019

EPSRC to host a materials science community workshop in March.

On 26th March 2019, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will be hosting a community workshop titled ‘Towards Sustainable Materials for Energy Applications’. This interdisciplinary workshop brings together industry and academia to promote challenge-driven design and create a networking opportunity which can address future challenges in energy materials. The workshop will focus on industrial energy targets and facilitate identification of sustainable materials challenges to promote collaborations.

Applications are particularly welcomed from researchers in the following areas: Functional Ceramics and Inorganics; Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology; Magnetic Materials; Polymer Materials; and Photonic Materials.

To attend the workshop, it is first necessary to complete the Expression of Interest (EOI), which is used to understand the participant’s research interests. This includes: a statement on challenges in tackling sustainable energy materials; defining your research interests and how research can contribute to addressing the challenges of sustainable materials; a list of current industrial collaborators in the energy sector. The closing date for applications is set for 28th February at 16:00.

To find out more about this workshop and to submit an expression of interest please click here.

 

About the EPSRC Materials for Energy Applications:

The EPSRC Materials for Energy Applications research area encompasses fundamental materials research across all energy sectors. This area focusses on research into new materials related to energy applications, including alternative energy vectors, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics (PV), semiconductors, fuel cells and energy storage. Materials can include polymeric, complex oxide, nanoionic, caloric and porous materials for potential future energy applications.