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Advanced carbon materials: electrochemical aspects

This symposium is about electrochemical aspects of advanced carbon materials (e.g., diamond, CNTs, graphene, carbon dots, and derived carbon composites, etc), ranging from their electrochemical synthesis, properties, and applications (e.g., sensing, energy storage and conversion, electrocatalysts, electrosynthesis, etc).

Scope:

Advanced carbon materials covered in this symposium include novel carbon films (e.g., conductive diamond, fullerenes, DLC, CNTs, graphene, etc.), carbon nanoparticles (e.g. diamond nanoparticles, carbon dots, carbon powders, graphene dots, etc.) and micro-fabricated and CVD grown carbon structures (e.g., carbon foam, diamond nanowires, porous diamond, carbon nanofibers, etc.) as well as carbon nanocomposites (e.g., diamond/SiC nanocomposite films, carbon nitrite, etc.). The topics of this symposium will consist of mainly electrochemical aspects of these advanced carbon materials, starting from their electrochemical synthesis, characterization and property investigations. The production of various carbon nanostructures or carbon composites will be included. Of particular focus will be the applications of these advanced carbon materials as the electrodes for electrochemical/biochemical sensing, as the metal-free catalysts for electrocatalytic reactions, as well as for electrochemical energy storage and conversion, electrosynthesis, and environmental degradation. In vivo and in vitro electrochemical sensing with novel carbons, electrocatalytic reactions (e.g., hydrogen evolution reaction, oxygen reduction reaction, CO2 reduction reactions) using advanced carbon materials, organic synthesis using diamond electrodes, photoelectrochemical degradation of environmental pollutants, the construction of supercapacitors and batteries using various bulk/nanostructured/porous carbon nanomaterials will be hot topics of this symposium. The fabrication, characterization, and application of advanced carbon material based electrochemical devices and setups (e.g., all-diamond electrode arrays, etc.), the novel sensing platform for single molecular detection (e.g., graphene nanopore sequencing, etc.) will be also highlighted.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Synthesis of carbon materials from various carbon composites
  • Carbocatalysts for water electrolysis
  • Carbocatalysts for CO2 and N2 reduction
  • Advanced carbon materials for supercapacitors
  • Carbon materials for battery applications
  • Single molecule detection using carbon nanopores
  • Advanced carbon materials for chemical sensing
  • Bio-interfaces using carbon materials
  • Advanced carbon material based electrochemical devices

Tentative list of invited speakers:

  • Hua Zhang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
    2D Materials
  • Patrice Simon (Université Paul Sabatier, France)
    Electrochemistry in carbon nanopores for energy storage (supercapacitors) applications
  • Christoph Nebel, (Fraunhofer IAF, Germany)
    Electron emission from diamond for solvated electron chemistry
  • Zijian Zheng (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK, China)
    Textile-enabled high energy, flexible and stable lithium batteries
  • Chen Wei ‎(National University of Singapore)
    Functionalized graphene for Li-O2 battery
  • Karin Larsson (Uppsala University, Sweden)
    Combined effect of dopants and terminating species on diamond surface band gap states
  • Quan-Hong Yang (Tianjin University, China)
    Capillary shrinkage of graphene oxide hydrogel: a novel approach for well designed carbon materials
  • Hyacinthe Randria (University of Paris-7th, France)
    Functional carbon materials for energy applications
  • Carlos Alberto Martinez Huitle (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)
    Diamond for electrosynthesis
  • Yuwu Chi (Fuzhou University, China)
    Carbon dots: from synthesis to electrochemical applications

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Symposium organizers
Dai-Wen PANGWuhan University

Wuhan 430072, China

+86 27 68756759
dwpang@whu.edu.cn
Nianjun YANGUniversity of Siegen

Institute of Materials Engineering, Paul-Bonatz Stra. 9-11, 57076 Siegen, Germany

+49 2717402531
nianjun.yang@uni-siegen.de
Xinliang FENGTechnische Universitaet Dresden

01062 Dresden, Germany

+49 35146343250
xinliang.feng@tu-dresden.de
Yasuaki EINAGAKeio University

Yokohama 223-8522 Japan

+81 455661704
einaga@chem.keio.ac.jp