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Energy Conversion and Storage

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Lead by  Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido (QMUL) and Prof Xuanhua Li (NPU)

Alternative energy conversion and storage technologies have become increasingly important as our society seeks to move away from fossil fuels and decarbonise the global energy generation. Some of the efforts to accelerate this change include the development of high-value, cutting-edge functional materials and innovative characterisation techniques. The Energy Conversion and Storage session will look into multiple research approaches developed by research groups at NPU and QMUL to contribute to the revolution in the field of energy conversion and storage.

Tuesday 8th June 2021

08:00-11:30 am (London Time) 15:00-18:30 pm (Beijing Time)

Session Topic

Energy Conversion and Storage

By Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido (QMUL) and Prof Xuanhua Li (NPU)

08:00 - 08:05 (UK)

15:00 - 15:05 (CN)

Opening Remarks

By Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido

08:05 -08:20

(UK)

15:05 -15:20

(CN)

Rechargeable Zn-MnO2 aqueous batteries

Dr. Jiangan Wang

08:20 -08:30

(UK)

15:20 -15:30

(CN)

Solution-based synthesis of nanostructured ferroelectric thin films for enhancement of photocatalytic activity

By Adriana Augurio (Joe Briscoe’s Group) QMUL

08:30 -08:40

(UK)

15:30 -15:40

(CN)

Boosting photocatalytic hydrogen production from water by photothermally induced biphase systems

By Shaohui Guo (Xuanhua Li’s group) NPU

08:40 -08:55

(UK)

15:40 -15:55

(CN)

Laser spectroscopy of soft semiconductors: from fundamental photophysics to photovoltaic device optimisation

By Dr Stoichko Dimitrov QMUL

08:55 -09:10

(UK)

15:55 -16:10

(CN)

Development of efficient photoanodes for photoelectrochemicall water splitting

Dr. Songcan Wang (NPU)

09:10 -09:20

(UK)

16:10 -16:20

(CN)

Doping metal halide perovskites for thermoelectrics

By Weidong Tang (Oliver Fenwick’s Group) QMUL

09:20 -09:30

(UK)

16:20 -16:30

(CN)

The poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile) polymer assisted preparation of high-performance inverted perovskite solar cells

By Jiabao Yang (Xuanhua Li’s group) NPU

09:30 09:45

(UK)

16:30 -16:45

(CN)

Ion conductivity in metal-organic frameworks for energy storage applications

By Dr Petra Szilagyi QMUL

09:45 -10:00

(UK)

16:45 -17:00

(CN)

Highly efficient and stable low-bandgap perovskite solar cells through tin(II) complex antisolvent process

Dr. Can Li NPU

10:00 -10:10

(UK)

17:00 -17:10

(CN)

Stability of nonfullerene organic solar cells

By Dr Yiwen Wang (Zhe Li’s Group) QMUL

10:10 -10:20

(UK)

17:10 -17:20

(CN)

Promoting photoelectrochemical activity and stability of BiVO4 by metal-organic complex coating

By Huanhuan Sun (Jiangan Wang’s group) NPU

10:20 -10:35

(UK)

17:20 -17:35

(CN)

Solution processable nanomaterials for energy applications

By Dr Paddy Cullen QMUL

10:35 -11:00

(UK)

17:35 -18:00

(CN)

Conclusion

 By Dr Ana Sobrido and Prof Xuanhua Li