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Materials Science for Energy Technologies Sponsors Young Scholar Awards

Materials Science for Energy Technologies  and KeAi were delighted to sponsor the Young Scholar Awards at the International Conference on Electrochemistry in Advanced Materials, Corrosion, and Radiopharmaceuticals (CEAMCR-2018).

Professor Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Editor-in-Chief of Materials Science for Energy Technologies, presented each of the five recipients with a certificate and cash prize. He commented “Energy technologies are making aggressive footprints through the development of advanced materials used in fuel cells, super capacitors, batteries, chemical sensors, and solar photovoltaics up to electrochemical remediation of the environment. It’s important to encourage young researchers to continue to stimulate new thinking and make further strides in materials science for energy technologies research.”

Young Scholar Award Recipients

  • Electrochemical Behaviour of Flufenamic Acid at Amberlite XAD-4 a Non-ionic Resin Modified Carbon Sensor
    Deepti S. Naik, Nagaraj P. Shetti and Shweta J. Malode.
  • Phophonic Acid: A New Electrolyte for Fabrication of Ordered AAO Template by Anodization.
    Rajak Syed and Subir Kumar
  • One pot Synthesis of Cu/Cu2O/Cd (OH)2 Semiconductor Thin Films for Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Process.
    Sanjib Shyamal, Ashis Kumar Satpati and Chinmoy Bhattacharya
  • Application of Interconnected NiCo2O4/NiO nanosheets as an Efficients Catalyst in Oxygen Evolution Reaction.
    Chavi Mahala and Mrinmoyee Basu
  • Synthesis of Tungsten Modified Vanadium Oxides for Applications in Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation.
    Harahari Mandal and Chinmoy Bhattacharya

 

Nearly 300 Indian and international delegates attended the meeting at BARC in Mumbai in February 2018 organized by the Indian Society for ElectroAnalytical Chemistry in association with International Society of Electrochemistry.

Professor Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Editor-in-Chief of Materials Science for Energy Technologies
Professor Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, Editor-in-Chief of Materials Science for Energy Technologies
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