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T3S1: Photocatalysts for Energy and Environmental Applications

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Ceramic technologies for sustainable development

 

Researchers have made remarkable progress in the fields of photocatalysis for energy and environment, including solar fuels (CO2 capture, water splitting, etc.), photocatalytic degradation of pollutants, disinfection, self cleaning, and photocatalytic organic synthesis. The research, development, demonstration, and commercialization have attracted global interest from academia, government research laboratories, and industry. Accordingly, this symposium will focus on the science of ceramic materials for energy and environmental technologies and facilitate information sharing on the current developments and industrial applications of photocatalysis. These techniques will be essential for generating renewable energy and eliminating environmental pollutants in future generations. 

 

Proposed session topics:

  • Photocatalysts for environmental purification (water, air, soil)
  • Solar fuels
  • Photocatalytic water splitting
  • Photoinduced self-cleaning coatings
  • Photocatalytic antimicrobial materials
  • Photocatalytic membranes, photocatalytic reactors, and systems
  • Photoelectrochemistry, photoelectrochemical cells, and devices
  • Solar-thermal reactors and systems
  • Photocatalytic mechanism, and processing
  • Fundamental researches on photocatalysis
  • Evaluation of photocatalytic materials
  • Development of new photocatalytic materials
  • Photocatalytic application 

Organizers:

  • Wenzhong Wang, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, China
  • Madjid Mohseni, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Jinhua Ye, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
  • Lianzhou Wang, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Hexing Li, Shanghai Normal University, China
  • Yongfa Zhu, Tsinghua University, China
  • Chuanyi Wang, Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry, China

 

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