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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium 3D Graphene for Energy Conversion and Storage
Organizer(s) Yun Hang Hu, Michigan Technological University
Scope Topics include, but are not limited to the following general aspects of 3D graphene-based materials

• Material Synthesis and Characterization
• Energy conversion: Solar cells, fuel cells, and others
• Energy storage: Batteries, Supercapacitors and others
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

3D Graphene for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells and Supercapacitors
Chemical Bonding in Graphene and Newly Predicted Two-dimensional Materials
Crystalline Three Dimensional Molybdenum Disulfides for Energy Generation and Storage Applications
CVD Assembly of 3D Graphene and their Contribution for Lithium-sulfur Batteries with High Energy Density and Long Lifespan
Fuel Cell and Lithium Battery Membranes from the Assembly of Polymer Brush Nanoparticles
High Power High Safety Battery with Li3V2(PO4)3 Cathode and Li4Ti5O12 Anode with 95% Energy Efficiency
Ionic Interactions to Tune Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Hydrated Liquid Crystal Graphene Oxide Films
Mesoscopic 3D Tubular Graphenes
Nanomorphology and Optical Characteristics of Wrinkled Graphene
Peanut Shell Hybrid Sodium Ion Capacitor with Extreme Energy: Power Rivals Lithium Ion Capacitors
Perylene Diimide Modified Graphitic Carbon Nitride as Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production from Water
Self-assembly of Chemically Modified Graphenes for Electrochemical Capacitors
Study of novel 3D graphene and its assemblies for energy storage applications
Tailoring In-plane Pores in 3D Graphene for Highly Efficient Energy Storage
Three-dimensional Architecture of Lithium-anodes Made from Graphite Fibers Coated with Thin-films of Silicon Oxycarbide: Design, Performance and Manufacturability
Transport Properties of Metal-organic Graphene Analogues
Well-defined Graphene-based Hybrids for Energy Storage Applications

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