CARBAT research poster wins at ISE 2018 in Bologna
Dr. Ashley P. Black, part of the CARBAT’s team and working as postdoctoral researcher in the ICMAB, won one of the Best Poster Prize at the 69th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry held in Bologna (Italy) on September 2-7, 2018.
The scientific theme of the 69th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) was "Electrochemistry from Knowledge to Innovation", and its program comprised symposia sponsored by all ISE divisions, covering all the scientific interests of the ISE membership and of the electrochemical community at large. Fundamental aspects of analytical, molecular, physical and bioelectrochemistry were discussed, as well as their applications to (nano)materials science, energy, environment and biomedicine. The prestigious event had attracted over two thousand representatives coming from 55 different countries, and consisted in six plenary-hall conferences, eleven award lectures, over fifty keynote lectures dedicated to the most recent achievements in the electrochemical research, as well as almost 2,000 oral communications and posters. Steven Chu, Nobel prize for Physics in the 1997 and former U.S. Secretary of Energy during Obama’s presidency, was the special guest of the meeting.
Dr. Black presented a poster “On the strange case of divalent ions intercalation in V2O5” in Symposium 6 ("Batteries into the Future: from Advanced Lithium-Ion Systems to Novel Chemistries and Architectures").
More information: http://annual69.ise-online.org/