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Home > Press > New series of Gordon Research Conferences: Nanomaterials for Energy Technology

Abstract:
On the initiative of the Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen (CENIDE), a new series of the prestigious Gordon Research Conferences is launched. The overarching theme is called "Nanomaterials for Energy Applications", the first conference will take place from February 3rd to 8th 2013 in Ventura, CA (US).

New series of Gordon Research Conferences: Nanomaterials for Energy Technology

Duisburg, Germany | Posted on November 13th, 2012

For scientists from academia and industry working on nanobased technologies for sustainable and affordable energy supplies this conference series offers a platform for exchange at the forefront of science. The first meeting under the direction of CENIDE Professor Markus Winterer is about the basic understanding of nanostructured materials that convert or store energy in an electro-optical, -chemical, or -thermal way.

Gordon Research Conferences are a group of highly respected scientific conference series, organized since 1931 by the non-profit organization of the same name. Contents of these conferences are among the cutting-edge research topics and regularly appear in journals like "Science" and "Nature".

Further information and registration by January 6th 2013 at the following link:

www.grc.org/programs.aspx?year=2013&program=nanomat

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Contacts:
Birte Vierjahn

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