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Symposium: F3. Computational Catalysis and Materials for Energy and Environment

Keynote Speakers
Prof. Hiromi NAKAI
Abstract Title: TBA
From: Department of Chemistry&Biochemistry, Waseda University, Japan

Invited Speakers
Prof. Ruiqin Zhang
Abstract Title: TBA
From: Department of Physics, City University of Hong Kong, China
Dr. Kaito Takahashi
Abstract Title: TBA
From: Institute of Atomic and Molecular Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Symposium Scope:

Searching for low-cost materials to fill the gap between energy supply and demand with clean, reliable, and inexpensive energy is urgent need. To achieve this major challenge in a reasonable amount of time, advanced computational method is a useful tool to understand reactions for energy storage and conversion at the atomic scale. This symposium focuses on application of computational techniques for the development and optimization of energy materials, outlining their strengths and limitations. The techniques include current methodologies based on electronic structure, interatomic potential and hybrid methods.


 Topics include:

• Computational methods and approaches
• Modelling materials for storage applications: batteries and hydrogen
• Modelling materials for energy conversion applications: fuel cells, heterogeneous catalysis for biomass conversion and electrochemical CO2 reduction to hydrocarbons
• Nanostructures for energy applications


Symposia Chair.

Chair: Assoc. Prof. Siriporn Jungsuttiwong


Symposia Co-Chair.

1. Asst. Prof. Nawee Kungwan 
2. Dr. Supawadee Namuangruk

The Empress Hotel
Chiang Mai, Thailand




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