Program & Participants

Program & Participants

Saturday, 16th of July 2016

The symposium will consist of oral presentations (15 min), flash talks  (5 min) and round table discussions. Carbon scientists are invited to submit the challenges, which they would like to address, and the approaches they use concerning cutting-edge applications of nanoporous carbons and revitalization of their technological perspectives. Free exchange of ideas will be encouraged.

THE SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

8:00-8:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:30 – 9:05 Opening TJ. Bandosz,  City College of New York, USA Beyond adsorption: Graffin lecture
9:05 – 9:35 Oral 1 F. Beguin,    Poznan University of Technology, Poland Nanoporous carbons in electrochemical capacitors: beyond the EDL storage
9:35 – 9:55 Oral 2 S. Kaskel    TU Dresden, Germany Highly polar carbon materials for electrochemical applications, fuel cells and water adsorption
9:55 – 10:15 Oral 3 K. Kaneko,    Shinshu University, Japan Variety of gas-carbon interactions -adsorption, chemisorption, absorption, occlusion
10:15 – 10:35 Oral 4 E. Frackowiak,   Poznan University of Technology, Poland Carbon surface modification during capacitor operation
10:35 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 11:20 Oral 5 K. Laszlo,   Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary Globular proteins confined in porous carbons
11:20 – 11:40 Oral 6 J. Matos,   University of Concepción, Chile Graphitic foams: topology, porous activation, and characterization
11:40 – 12:00 Oral 7 AP. Carvalho,  Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal S-doped carbon spheres by hydrothermal synthesis for catalytic application
12:00 – 12:20 Oral 8 F. Vallejos-Burgos,  Shinshu University, Japan Moving towards real models of graphene nanowindows
12:20 – 13:00 Round table
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:20 Oral 9 AS. Mestre,  Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal Porous carbons as promising enrichment materials for trace level analysis of pharmaceutical compounds
14:20 – 14:40 Oral 10 CO. Asia,  INCAR, CSIC, Spain On the possibilities of photochemistry of nanoporous carbons
14:40 – 15:00 Oral 11 M. Thomas,  Quantachrome Instruments, USA Adsorption and Phase Behavior of Water in Nanoporous Carbons
15:00 – 15:20 Oral 12 N. Fechler,  Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany How NY would look like on the nanoscale: hierarchical porous carbons by design
15:20 – 15:40 Oral 13 L. Garcia-Cruz,  Universidad de Alicante, Spain Nanoporous carbons doped with nanoparticulated materials towards applications in electrosensing and electrocatalysis
15:40 – 16:00 Oral 14 M. Montes-Morán,  INCAR, CSIC, Spain Carbon materials with tunable porosity as supports for biomolecules (and beyond)
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break
16:30 – 16:35 Flash 1 M. Fernández de Cordoba,  INCAR, CSIC, Spain Photodesigning the porosity and surface functionalization of nanoporous and metal-decorated carbons
16:35 – 16:40 Flash 2 J. Matos,  University of Concepción, Chile. Homogeneous diameter design of Ni-Mg/MWCNT and Ni-Ca/MWCNT
16:40 – 16:45 Flash 3 Raquel García,  INCAR, CSIC, Spain Application of nanoporous carbons in self-cleaning semiconductor-based paints
16:45 – 16:50 Flash 4 M. Ziolkowska,  AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland Quality of information on materials porous structure from various models for adsorption phenomena – discussion
16:50 – 16:55 Flash 5 Alicia Gomis,  INCAR, CSIC, Spain Role of nanoporous carbons as additives to WO3 photoanodes
16:55 – 17:00 Flash 6 N. Travlou,  City College of New York, USA Trying to solve the puzzle: the balance between chemical and structural properties for the enhancement of sensor sensitivity
17:00 – 17:05 Flash 7 W. Li,  City College of New York, USA Porosity vs. chemistry: how to increase the efficiency of CH4 formation in CO2 electroreduction on nanoporous carbons
17:05 – 17:10 Flash 8 C. de Tomas,  Curtin University, Australia Generation of nanoporous carbons by molecular dynamics
17:10 – 17:15 Flash 9 M. Seredych,  City College of New York, USA How to build porous and photoactive carbon composites providing maximum light activity?
17:15 – 17:20 Flash 10 K. Fic,  Poznan University of Technology, Poland In situ techniques for capacitor investigation
17:20 – 18:30 Round Table
19:00 DINNER OPTIONAL

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The abstracts (press here to download).

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The Scientific Program, (press here for the PDF file).

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WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

NAME (last, first)  Affiliation
1 Ania, Conchi O CSIC, Spain
2 Bandosz, Teresa J. City College of New York, USA
3 Barrett, Philip Praxair, USA
4 Beguin, Francois Poznan University of Technology, Poland
5 Carvalho, Ana Paula Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
6 Celzard, Alain Université de Lorraine, France
7 De Tomas, Carla Curtin University, Australia
8 Fechler, Nina Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany
9 Fernandez de Cordoba, Maria C CSIC, Spain
10 Fic, Krzysztof Poznan University of Technology, Poland
11 Fierro, Vanessa Institut Jean Lamour, CNRS- Université de Lorraine, France
12 Frackowiak, Elzbieta Poznan University of Technology, Poland
13 Garcia-Cruz, Leticia Unviersidad Alicante, Spain
14 Garcia-Gonzalez, Raquel CSIC, Spain
15 Gomis-Berenguer, Alicia CSIC, Spain
16 Giannakoudakis, Dimitrios City College of New York, USA
17 Kaneko, Katsumi Shinshu University, Japan
18 Kaskel, Stefan TU Dresden, Germany
19 Karwacki, Christopher  U.S. Army ECBC, USA
20 Laszlo, Krisztina Budapest University of Technology and Econ., Hungary
21 Li, Wanlu City College of New York, USA
22 Matos, Juan University of Concepción, Chile
23 Mestre, Ana Sofia Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
24 Montes, Miguel CSIC, Spain
25 Ossler Fredrik Lund University, Sweden
26 Seredych, Mykola City College of New York, USA
27 Taylor, Bruce KX Technologies, USA
28 Thommes, Matthias Quantachrome Instruments, USA
29 Travlou, Nikolina City College of New York, USA
30 Vallejos- Burjos, Fernando Shinshu University, Japan
31 Venkataraman, Swaminathan US Army ARDEC, USA
32 Wang, Jinwen KX Technologies, USA
33 Ziolkowska, Magda AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
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