14:00 – 15:30 JUNE 12, 2019
AL. I. CUZA Hall
PILLAR 1 – NANO for ENERGY
PARALLEL SESSION 1.1 Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials for a Carbon-neutral Society by 2050
Late 2018, the EU Commission presented its strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy by 2050. Among other ways, the strategy shows how Europe can lead the way to climate neutrality by investing into innovative technological solutions.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (in alphabetical order)
Senior Research Engineer & Project Manager, ENGIE Lab CRIGEN, France
Executive Director Innovation, European Chemical Industry Council – CEFIC, Belgium
Professor at University of Messina and President ERIC aisbl (European Research Institute of Catalysis), Belgium
CEA-DRT, Recherche Technologique, CEA-LETI, France
Applications of nanomaterials in the activities of an Energy Utility
Engaging with SusChem on Nano- and Advanced Materials
Challenges in energy nanomaterials to substitute the use of fossil fuels
Challenges for Energy Systems decarbonation and advanced technology and material needs. Opportunities for nanotechnology.
Electrocatalytic Nanomaterials for Renewable Energy Storage