14 December @ 9:00 am – 16 December @ 5:00 pm
The Thomas Young Centre for the theory and simulation of materials and molecules in London is organising the TYC 6th Energy Materials workshop with focus on modelling energy interfaces.
Developing an efficient and sustainable energy technology remains one of the key global challenges, but this requires advances in the understanding of energy materials. Materials modelling can provide atomic-scale insights but applying these techniques to realistic in-operando interfaces is challenging. In this workshop, we bring together leading theorists and experimentalists to discuss the current state-of-the-art in modelling interfaces and outline future directions guided by experimental and technological needs.
In addition to invited talks, we invite applications for contributed talks (20 + 5 minutes). Abstract submission deadline extended to 19 September 2022
- The Physics of Electrochemical Interfaces – Kirk Bevan, McGill University
- Modelling materials dynamics from AIMD to AI^2MD – Jun Cheng, Xiamen University
- In situ Investigations of Solid/Liquid Electrified Interfaces using Ambient Pressure HAXPES – Marco Favaro, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin
- Karoliina Honkala, University of Jyväskylä
- Extension of electride concept: electro-active space in crystals – Hideo Hosono, Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Cecilia Mattevi, Imperial College London
- Out of the crystalline comfort zone: Atomistic modelling of operando energy conversion systems – Karsten Reuter, Fritz-Haber Institute
- New models for the platinum-electrolyte interface – Marc Koper, Leiden University
- Band alignment, surface coverage, and charge transfer at semiconductor-water interfaces – Alfredo Pasquarello, EPFL
- Electrocatalysis on High Entropy Alloys – Jan Rossmeisl, University of Copenhagen
- Exploring the Metal/Electrolyte Interface by Single Nanoparticle Electrochemistry – Kristina Tschulik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
- Bilge Yildiz – MIT