What aspects of electrochemical reactors are currently being researched? This question is the focus of the 4. "Electrochemical Cell Concepts Colloquium – E3C" on May 4 and 5, 2023. The call for papers for the virtual event runs until February 20: Scientists whose work revolves around (flow) batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers or water treatment cells can submit abstracts for talks or posters.
The focus areas of this year's event are:
- Functional components (novel materials, modifications, characterizations)
- Cell design and fluid flow (cell concepts, flow fields, multiple use designs)
- Stack design and manufacturing (fluid flow, sealing and reinforcements, manufacturing and handling, testing)
- System concepts (fluidic circuit, peripherals, management systems)
Those wishing to participate with a poster or oral presentation (15 minutes plus 5 minutes of discussion) have until February 20 to submit 300-word abstracts. Please send the proposals to Dr. Joachim Danzig at email@example.com.
The organizing committee will decide which contributions will be considered for the program. Participation is worthwhile: As last year, the best oral presentation and the best poster will receive the E3C Award. In addition, approved contributions will appear after the event as a minipaper in an open access conference volume with DOI via Fraunhofer-ePrints.
The "Electrochemical Cell Concepts Colloquium – E3C" celebrated its premiere in 2019 with over 130 participants from 13 countries – including Canada, the USA, Uruguay, India, Greece, the UK and seven other European nations. The non-profit event's objective: to provide a platform for the interdisciplinary exchange in the field of electrochemical cells. The "Electrochemical Cell Concepts Colloquium – E3C" will take place as a virtual event via the video conferencing software MS Teams.
Dr.-Ing. Jan Girschik
Phone +49 208 8598-1532
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