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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Composites for Energy Applications: Materials for Renewable Energy Applications 2022
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Composite Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Patrick A. Ward, Savannah River National Laboratory
Joseph A. Teprovich, California State University Northridge
Anthony B. Thompson, Savannah River National Laboratory
Simona E. Hunyadi Murph, Savannah River National Laboratory
Scope The depletion of fossil fuels and realization of the detrimental impacts from global warming have highlighted the need for large scale deployment of renewable energy technologies. While the deployment of photovoltaics and wind turbines have significantly increased over the last decade, further research is needed to address storage issues related to intermittency of the renewable energy resource. Furthermore, the cost and availability of materials required for renewable energy technologies, such as rare earth magnets in wind turbines and platinum in hydrogen fuel cells, further increases the challenge associated with the practicality of wide scale deployment.

Composite materials have recently found applications in several renewable energy applications from hydrogen storage, photoelectrochemical hydrogen production, dye sensitized solar cells, battery electrodes, and various other energy and conversion technologies. Many composite materials alter the electron density distribution within the material as well as provide alternative mechanistic pathways for the conversion or storage of energy. This symposium will cover recent advances in composite materials which provide improvements in materials for renewable energy applications.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Synthesis and characterization of composites for hydrogen storage and composite catalyst materials for hydrogen fuel cell applications
• Evaluation of composite materials for lithium ion battery electrodes and solid state electrolytes
• Composite photoelectrode materials for photoelectrochemical cells for fuel production
• Composite materials for high temperature thermal energy storage applications including sensible heat, latent heat, and thermochemical heat storage
• Development and characterization of multicomponent photovoltaic materials and improvements in their charge separation and solar irradiance utilization

The scope of the focused sessions will cover the development of composites for advance energy storage concepts such as:

• Composite materials for the destabilization of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage applications
• Development and characterization of composite materials for enhanced photoelectrode and photovoltaic performance with an emphasis and long lived charge separated states and increased solar irradiance utilization
• Thermal energy storage composites for enhance thermal conductivity, energy density, and high temperature operation

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A Review on Epoxy Filled Metallurgical Dust- phase change materials Systems for Enhanced Thermal Energy Storage
Aperiodic Three-dimensional Tricontinuous Conductor-insulator-conductor Nanocomposite for Use as High Energy Density Nanocapacitor
Co-infiltration of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes with Ni/Mixed Ionic and Electronic Conducting Catalyst Nanoparticles
D-17: Fabrication of Novel LiCrTiO4-MWCNTS Based Composite Electrodes for Flexible Li Ion Batteries
D-18: Preparation of Coal Liquefaction Residue/PAN Composite Carbon Nanofibers by Electrostatic Spinning
Densification and Microstructure Features of Lithium Hydride Fabrication
Design of Novel Composites by Using Bioplastics and Biomass
Development and Characterization of High Capacity Hydrogen Energy Storage Materials
Development of Hydrogen Storage and Gas Purification Materials for Renewable Energy Applications
Energetics of the Reversible Dehydrogenation of Magnesium Borohydride and Mg(BH4)2-THF Composite to Magnesium Boranes
Eutectic Electrolytes for Lithium Ion Batteries
Genetic Manipulation of M13 Bacteriophage for Enhancing the Efficiency of Virus-inoculated Perovskite Solar Cells with a Certified Efficiency of 22.3%
Nanocomposites for Gel and Solid Polymer Electrolytes in Lithium Batteries
Nanoconfined Metal Hydrides as Solid-State Electrolytes and as Reversible Hydrogen Storage Materials
NOW ON-DEMAND ONLY – D-20: Seebeck Analysis of ALD Synthesized Thermoelectric Thin Films
NOW ON-DEMAND ONLY - Polymer Templating Method for the Formation of Hierarchically Porous Nitrogen-rich Tin-carbon Composite Anodes
Plasmon-initiated Hydrogen Desorption
Spectroscopic Investigation of the Electronic and Excited State Properties of Para-substituted Tetraphenyl Porphyrins and Their Electrochemically Generated Ions
Sulfur-based High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage
System Modeling of Metal Hydrides for Fuel Cell Vehicles

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