Graphenes in Energy Innovation Opportunities’ Workshop
Wednesday 23 August 2017, 09:30am - 01:00pm
Lecture Theatre 2, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. EH14 4AS
The Energy Academy and the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association invite you to take part in a workshop to explore the applications of graphene in the fuel cell and energy sector. Some of the application areas for this versatile material in the energy sector include:
This ‘Graphenes in Energy Innovation Opportunities’ workshop will highlight the energy sector applications for graphene, and help forge links between potential industry and academic partners in Scotland and beyond. Invited speakers include:
Speaker profiles (subject to final confirmation)
Dr Lien Ngo, Innovation Lead- Advanced Materials, Innovate UK. Lien is responsible for helping businesses exploit completely novel substances, such as two-dimensional materials and nanomaterials, as well existing materials, such as high-performing composites and light metal alloys. She also work closely with the Emerging and Enabling Technologies team and with Research Councils UK
Professor David Bucknall, Heriot-Watt University. Chair of Materials Chemistry at Heriot-Watt
Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson, CEO, 4th Energy Wave. Kerry-Ann ran the highly regarded Fuel Cell Today for several years, and launched it consulting arm before setting up the Navigant Research global Smart Energy team. She is now the CEO of specialist consulting group 4th Energy Wave.
Dr David Hodgson, CEO, PV3 Technologies Ltd. In taking a range of electrochemical materials to market in batteries, hydrogen, water treatment and other applications, PV3 Technologies has developed a customer-led approach which focuses on customer need, rather than material properties.
Rd Graphene Ltd. Rd-graphene ltd is developing a solid state supercapacitor(SSRDG) using their low cost in house 3D macro graphene foam network as electrode material. The applications of this include supercapacitors; bio-fuel cell and batteries; bio- and chemical sensor technology; and flexible and wearable electronics.
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Details of how to register will be published on the Energy Academy and SHFCA websites in the next few weeks together with the finalised programme.