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It's not quite 80 years since Frisch and Meitner coined the term ‘nuclear fission' in their 1938 Nature paper. Despite this relatively short period of time in an industrial context, almost 400 GWe installed nuclear energy generation capacity exists in the world today.
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11:30 - 13:00
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A76, Science and Technology Building
Speaker
Professor Malcolm Joyce (Energy Lancaster)
For the storage of electricity from intermittent renewable sources, the electro-mobility aiming at the replacement of internal combustion engines, or the power sources for portable electronic devices, etc., the large variety of interfacial electrode / electrolyte processes are the heart of the systems. The demand, and the need, for electrochemical energy storage and electrocatalytic converters are constantly growing and will continue to grow in the future; this makes nowadays electrochemistry as a vibrant and dynamic field of research.
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11:30 - 13:00
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A76, Science and Technology Building
Speaker
Dr Sylvain Brimaud (Ulm University)
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