Advanced Materials and Technologies

The technologies aiming for clean energy generation with zero-emission will require advances in materials developments for electricity generation as well as efficient and reliable energy storage. This track covers Solid Electrolytes and Characterization, Energy Harvesting and Storage.

Advanced manufacturing applies cutting-edge concepts in computers, electronics, software and automation to improve production. Significant leaps in technology are driven by the creation of advanced materials. Advanced materials include unique composites of plastic, glass fibers, carbon fibers, ceramics, metals and nano-materials finer than smoke particles. Any two or three of these materials could be used simultaneously to create end products that are stronger, faster or lighter than anyone imagined possible.

  • Solid Electrolytes and Characterization
  • Energy Harvesting and Storage
  • Energy Generation, Conversion
  • Rechargeable Energy Storage

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