Webinar "Energy Storage - Why Graphene? Why Australia?" - Nixene Publishing

Global Events

While so many events have been cancelled or postponed due to the covid-19 pandemic, our calendar features webinars and other events currently available. As global conferences are rescheduled, we will feature the most comprehensive list of nanotechnology events on the net, thanks to the generous colaboration with our friend and collegue, Dr. Denis Koltsov of BREC Solutions.com - (Subscribe to his newsletter for standardisation, regulation and innovation in nanotechnology industry).

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Webinar “Energy Storage – Why Graphene? Why Australia?”

29th July 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

banner from Webinar Energy Storage Australian Graphene Industry Association webinar

Webinar “Energy Storage – Why Graphene? Why Australia?”.

Date Time: Jul 29, 2020 04:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  (1 am US / 7am UK)

Includes a live Q&A opportunity via Zoom Chat with all speakers.
Places are limited. Register today to avoid missing out!

Sponsored by the Australian Graphene Industry Association

Australia is at the forefront of graphene-based energy storage innovation, so don’t miss this one-hour exclusive live event.

Description: There’s a lot of hype around graphene right now. ‘The key to industry 4.0’, the answer to affordable super batteries and the foundation of a low carbon economy – all strident messages of advocacy. And all possible. But the future of graphene is not about graphene itself. It lies in the vast possibilities that graphene unlocks in other materials and applications.

Our latest webinar looks at energy storage – the path to solutions, market opportunities and current research and prototype development. Australia is at the forefront of graphene-based energy storage innovation and so are our speakers. Don’t miss this one-hour exclusive live event.

Webinar Speakers

Craig Nicol, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Graphene Manufacturing Group Pty Ltd (GMG). Craig founded GMG to create the world’s finest graphene using a proprietary extraction process he had developed over a number of years of research. GMG now works with advanced manufactures to take advantage of the unique strength, hardness and conductivity of graphene to deliver paradigm shifts in product performance.

Professor Baohua Jia, Founding Director of Centre for Translational Atomaterials and Research Leader at Swinburne University of Technology. She is also the President of Australia-China Advanced Materials and Manufacture Association (ACAMMA) and an elected Fellow of Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

Professor Mainak Majumder, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University. Prof. Majumder applies fundamentals of materials science to emerging and multidisciplinary areas of separation engineering & energy storage. He has developed an international reputation for inventing innovative fabrication & processing methods, for example membrane-based separations, supercapacitors, batteries, strain sensors, micro-/nano-fluidics and anti-corrosion coatings.

Dr Ashok Kumar Nanjundan
Head Scientist @Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG)
Dr Ashok Kumar Nanjundan has had an academic career of over 15 years focused on carbon nano-materials (Graphene) for energy storage and conversion applications. His expertise is in the carbon-based nanostructured materials and polymers and their emerging energy applications, and he has contributed to these fields with over 65 publications and received more than 3000 citations, and 3 Patents in Graphene functionalisation and dispersion.

Dr. Xiaodan Huang
Advanced Queensland Research Fellow @AIBN/UQ
Dan specialises in electrochemical energy storage and conversion systems, primarily including rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors which are among the leading technologies that have been projected to provide the solution to the complex energy storage gridlock.

Dr James Blinco
Senior Lecturer @Queensland University of Technology
James is the Leader of the Battery Materials Node for the Future Battery Industries CRC and is focused on how graphene can and is being used for batteries at scale. His areas of expertise include Synthetic Polymer Chemistry, Free Radical Chemistry and Photochemistry.



#NixeneJournal  #graphene #batteries


Includes a live Q&A opportunity via Zoom Chat with all speakers.
Places are limited. Register today to avoid missing out!