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Solar Fuels Network Newsletter - Issue 16, March 2018
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Solar Fuels Network Newsletter

Issue 16, March 2018

Welcome

Dr. Jenny Zhang and Daniel Anton-Garcia

Welcome to the 16th issue of the SFN newsletter, the first of 2018! We hope you are all getting excited about the 6th UK SFN Symposium, to be held at the University of York, 19th-20th March. Spaces are filling up, so please be sure to register by the 12th of March, if you haven’t already, and pay the £20 registration fee (a cash option is no long available) by clicking HERE.

Upcoming Events

6th UK Solar Fuels Symposium

 
19-20 March 2018, University of York
Chaired by Prof Robin Perutz


Remember to register your attendance by the 12th of March.
Remember to pay the £20 registration fee HERE.
The program for the symposium can now be found HERE.

Keynote invited talk: Prof Mike Wasielewski, Northwestern University, RSC Physical Organic Chemistry prize winner

Invited speakers: Sylvie Chardon-Noblat (Université Grenoble Alpes), Julea Butt (University of East Anglia) and Richard Douthwaite (University of York).

Register HERE

Artificial Photosynthesis Faraday Discussion


25 - 27 March 2019, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Speakers have been confirmed for the next solar fuels-related Faraday Discussion meeting. Deadline for oral abstracts is on the 9th of July so make sure to submit by then!

More information can be found HERE

Upcoming Solar Fuels Themed Conferences and Events

 
  • 4th UK Energy Storage Conference (UKES2018) - Newcastle, UK; 20th- 22nd March 2018, link
  • SPEA10 - Almeria, Spain; 4th - 8th June 2018, link
  • MRS Spring Meeting - Phoenix, US; 2nd - 6th April 2018, link
News

Outreach

At the Energy Research Showcase in November, the James Durrant group prepared a stall to demonstrate the power of solar energy conversion to both electricity and fuels. From flexible solar cells to a hydrogen car, people were very interested in discussing the state of the art technology. In addition, it was shown how spectroscopic techniques could help the development of these technologies. With a small demonstration model it was demonstrated how light can interact with some materials, changing their optical properties. It was great to share research with so many interested people.
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PostDoc Position

The Wärnmark group at Lund University in Sweden has an open postdoc position for their iron photosensitisers project. They are looking for someone with experience in dye-sensitised solar / photoelectrochemical cells. Further information can be found clicking HERE.

Photochemistry in the UK

Professor Anthony Harriman is coordinating a project to publish a description of photochemistry research in the UK. This will cover historical aspects but also present day research. There should be a strong bias towards photochemical energy conversion in its various forms, including solar fuels production. If you would like to contribute towards the publication, please request a document template from: anthony.harriman@ncl.ac.uk
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