S33 Functional hybrid materials for catalytic energy conversion

Conference building 2F, Hagi Conference Hall

Date: August 1(Day), 2(AM), 3(Day)

Professor Ken Sakai, Department of Chemistry, WPI-I2CNER and CMS, Kyushu University, Japan
Professor Gary Brudvig, Department of Chemistry, Yale University, USA
Professor Licheng Sun, KTH & Dalian University of Technology, Sweden & China
Professor Garry Hanan, Universitate de Montreal, Canada
Professor Sebastiano Campagna, Physical Chemistry and Photochemistry, University of Messina, Italy
CEA Research Director Vincent Artero, Univ Grenoble Alpes, CNRS and CEA-Grenoble, France
Professor Julio Lloret, ICIQ (Institut Catala d'Investigacio Quimica), Spain
Professor Masayuki Yagi, Department of Chemistry, Niigata University, Japan
Professor Ryu Abe, Department of Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering Kyoto University, Japan
Professor Alceo Macchioni, University of Perugia, Italy

Keynote Speakers

Erwin Reisner, University of Cambridge, UK

Stefan Bernhard, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Ryu Abe, Kyoto University, Japan

Gustav Berggren, Univ Uppsala, Sweden

Licheng Sun, KTH, Sweden

Elisabeth Gibson, University of Newcasttle, UK

Nicolas Plumere, Univ Bochum, Germany

Keywords of the session

Photocatalysis, Electrocatalysis, Dye-sensitized Photoelectrochemical Cells, Solar Energy Conversion, Solar Fuels, artificial photosynthesis

Scope of the session

Developing disruptive energy conversion processes requires gathering expertise ranging from materials science (Photo-Electro-Chemical processes), molecular sciences (antenna systems, light-driven electron transfers and bio-inspired catalysts) and biological sciences (photosynthesis and multi-electron metallo-enzymes) through the use of common concepts (light harvesting, electron transfer, electrocatalysis, reaction mechanisms) and tools (nanosciences, electrochemistry, photochemistry, advanced spectroscopy and theoretical chemistry). In this symposium, researchers working in interdisciplinary areas connecting coordination chemistry with biochemistry or materials science can get together to discuss their recent advancements in this field. This symposium will include research in photocatalysis and electrocatalysis of water-splitting reactions together with other important chemical energy conversion processes.