1st Solid-state Chemistry & Ionics (SCI) workshop: Recent progress in solid-state ionics, November 16, 2016


Solid-state chemistry and solid-state ionics are the fields dealing with the breadth of advanced energy technologies such as lithium ion batteries, solid oxide fuel cells, electrolyzers, sensors, catalysts, photocatalysts, and so on. Fundamental understanding of the structure-chemical bonding-property relationship is the heart of the fields. Discovery of new compound always fascinated chemists and scientists, which brought tremendous advances in energy technologies. LiFePO4 for Li-ion battery is a great example. Although the activities accelerate in both fields, it is getting difficult to cover progress in both fields. To address the situation, we started this workshop. Each workshop focuses on a specific theme covered by specialists in the fields.

The first series focuses on recent progress in solid-state ionics featuring Prof. Haile from Northwestern University, USA. We hope that this workshop broadens your perspectives, provides catalytic activities between the fields, and ultimately creates a new direction of our disciplines.

H. Kageyama and Y. Yamazaki


Date: November 16th, Wednesday, 2016, 14:30~16:45

Place: Inamori Hall, INAMORI Frontier Research Center, Kyushu University

Organization: Solid-state Chemistry & Ionics (SCI)

Fee: free

Chair: Yoshihiro Yamazaki, Kyushu University

Sponsorship: Kyushu University Progress100

Coorperations: The Solid State Ionics Society of Japan and Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Grant-in-Aid, Scientific Research on Innovative Areas "Mixed anion"


Session chair: Prof. Yoshihiro Yamazaki

Prof. Sossina Haile, Northwestern Unversity, California Institute of Technology, USA "Interplay of Thermodynamic and Kinetic Factors in Solar Thermochemical Fuel Generation"

short break

Session chair: Prof. Sossina Haile

Prof. Shu Yamaguchi, University of Tokyo, Japan "Site Preference of Carriers and Percolation Conductivity in BaZrO3 System"
Prof. Tetsuya Uda, Kyoto University, Japan "Proton-conducting solid oxide fuel cells"

Workshop photo shoot (taken by Hazim)
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