HIDDEN project at ENGINE Winter School


HIDDEN project coordinator Marja Vilkman will be presenting during the ENGINE Winter School.

Eco-efficient and safer energy production and storage are key issues for our society. All-solid-state electrochemical energy conversion devices such as batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, and electrolyzers are of interest thanks to their outstanding performances, durabillity, and safety. Finely understanding all the phenomena at stake in these devices within the active materials and at the interfaces is of importance.

In this context, the second edition of the grEnoble eNerGy conversIoN & storagE (ENGINE2021) Winter School offers a theoretical and practical training related to electrochemistry for energy applications across all relevant length scales (from local (nm) to bulk (cm)).

For its 2nd edition, ENGINE2021 offers courses in electrochemistry, topical and invited seminars from academics and industries, virtual tour of the ESRF synchrotron X ray source, and flash communications from each attendee.

The winter school will focus on the understanding and electrochemical characterizations of selected Key Enabling Technologies (and associated devices, namely):

  • Proton exchange membrane fuel cells
  • Hydrogen production and storage devices
  • New generations of Lithium batteries
  • Supercapacitors

ENGINE2021 is open to all PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, engineers, technicians, researchers from academia and industry fields interested in materials science and electrochemistry for energy storage applications.

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