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PBFC 2009 4-я Международная конференция в Японии, посвященная  полимерным батареям и топливным ячейкам

PBFC 2009 4th International Conference on Polymer Batteries and Fuel Cell.

August 2-6 2009, Yokohama, Japan.

More than 300 delegates have already completed advance registration and will attend the PBFC 2009. Unfortunately, no more participants can be accepted due to the capacity of the conference hall of the PBFC 2009.
We regret to say that the ON-SITE REGISTRATION will NOT be accepted.
Only the delegates with advance registration will be permitted to participate the PBFC 2009.

Symposium Topics Профессор Юрий Гогоци в Йокогаме, Япония
Lithium Polymer Electrolytes and Polymer-Gel Electrolytes
Ionic Liquids
Electrode Active Materials
Polymer Electrolytes for Fuel Cells
Membrane Electrode Assembly
Non-noble Metal Catalysts
Electrochemical Capacitors
Nanostructured Materials
Electrochemical Interfaces
Safety and Durability Issues of Advanced Devices
Designs and Modeling of Cells and Systems

The special attention at conference was spared organic and polymeric materials, including polymeric electrolytes and electrodes, ionic liquids, electrolytes from polimer-gelya, conducting polymers, and uglerodosoderzhaschie materials which influence on the productivity, safety and iznosoustoychivost' of devices and systems. Plugged conferences in itself fundamental and applied researches of materials, management of nanostrukturami, by the reactions of electrochemical co-operations and making of devices and will enter in history as international scientific forum on the last achievements in research of materials and systems for transformation and conservation of energy to the various devices.

As a basic speaker on a conference a professor Yury Gogotsi was invited in Japan. The lecture of professor Yury Gogotsi was devoted Electrochemical Capacitors.
Electrochemical Capacitors Session
 
Dr. Ralph Brodd, Broddarp, USA
Dr. Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA
Dr. Hiroshi Inoue, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Dr. Katsumi Kaneko, Chiba University, Japan
Dr. Kwang-Bum Kim, Yonsei University, Korea
Dr. Masayuki Morita, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Dr. Katsuhiko Naoi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Dr. Soogil Park, Chungbuk National University, Korea
Dr. Soshi Shiraishi, Gunma University, Japan
Dr. Shunzo Suematsu, Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation, Japan
Dr. Wataru Sugimoto, Shinshu University, Japan
Dr. Tsutomu Takamura, Harbin Institute of Technology, Japan
Порт в Йокогаме (Port of Yokohama)
Conference Scope
It is a great pleasure for the organizing committee of the 4th International Conference on Polymer Batteries and Fuel Cells (PBFC2009) to invite all who are interested in materials and systems for lithium secondary batteries, electrochemical capacitors, fuel cells, and related research fields, to attend PBFC2009 to be held in Yokohama, Japan. PBFC2009 is scheduled from August 2 (Sunday) to August 6 (Thursday), 2009. This conference follows the 1st meeting held on Jeju Island, Korea (2003); the 2nd meeting in Las Vegas, USA (2005); and the 3rd meeting in Rome, Italy (2007). As mentioned above, PBFC2009 will provide a forum for recent advances in materials and systems for energy conversion and storage in a variety of devices. There will be a special emphasis on organic and polymeric materials including polymer electrolytes and electrodes, ionic liquids, polymer-gel electrolytes, conducting polymers, and carbonaceous materials that affect the performance, safety, and durability of the devices and systems. The scope of this conference includes basic and applied researches of materials, control of nanostructures, reactions at electrochemical interface, and fabrication of device.
On materials of site www.pac.ne.jp

Gogotsi Receives Grant for Partnership with France

Профессор Юрий Гогоци (Trustee Chair Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Yury Gogotsi) Dr. Yury Gogotsi, Trustee Chair Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, has received a $240,000, three-year grant “New Materials Synthesis and Processes for Energy Storage Microdevices” from the Partner University Fund of the French American Cultural Exchange. 

Grants provided by the Partner University Fund support research and graduate education partnerships between French and American Universities with emphasis placed on novel, innovative and, when relevant, interdisciplinary approaches that involve exchanges across national and disciplinary boundaries.

Gogotsi’s project, in collaboration with the Universite Paul Sabatier and the Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems of the French National Center for Scientific Research (LAAS-CNRS), will build on the success of graduate programs in the U.S. and France, namely, the NSF-IGERT Ph.D. traineeship in Nanoscale Science & Engineering at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania, and the Erasmus Mundus “Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion” masters degree program of the European Union.

The research focus of the Partner University Fund grant will be the development of high-capacitance, high energy density micro-supercapacitors incorporated into silicon or silicon carbide wafers.  These energy storage devices will be especially suitable for use in mobile electronic equipment, wireless sensor networks, and micro-electro-mechanical (MEMS) devices.

The grant will fund the exchange of students, post-doctoral researchers, and faculty from Drexel University to visit French partners, and vice versa.

On materials of site www.materials.drexel.edu

Dear Colleagues & Friends –

It is my pleasure to inform you that, Professor Yury Gogotsi (MSE) , Trustee Professor of Materials Science Engineering, has been recognized with the prestigious R&D 100 Award by the Research & Development Magazine for the second time! The award recognizes, Y-Carbon, Inc. , -- a spin-off company formed by Drexel and Dr. Gogotsi based on his technology-- for developing revolutionary form of carbonthat has the potential to provide the world with clean energy, safe drinking water and improved health care.   The products that can be fabricated by using this technology are similar to thosefound in household water filters with the difference that the nanopores in this new Carbon are precisely controlled, effectively creating hundreds of acres of surface area on a single pound of material. This will likely lead to higher density energy storage in electric vehicles, cost efficient processes for desalinating water, removal of toxins from the human body, lowering the cost of hydrogen fuel cells and a range of other applications which contribute to the our environment and health. The formal presentation of the award will take place later in 2009. Listing of all awards can be found in: http://www.rdmag.com/RD100Home.html#mat_met. Y-Carbon's novel nanoporous carbon technology jonis the ranks of other  well-known R&D 100 Award technologies including the flashcube (1965), the automated teller machine (1973), the halogen lamp (1974), the fax machine (1975), the liquid crystal display (1980), the printer (1986), the Kodak Photo CD (1991), the Nicoderm antismoking patch (1992), Taxol anticancer drug (1993), lab on a chip (1996), and HDTV (1998).
Please join me in congratulating Yury and his team for this wonderful achievement, and for furthering recognition of our college and the institution as a world leader in developing new enabling technologies!

Cheers!
Selзuk
Dr. Selзuk Gьзeri, Dean

 

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