Online registration for the conference is now closed, but it is still possible to attend – click here for more details.
The EMRS Spring Conference is being held in Lille this year, and will start next week – it runs from the 26th to the 30th of May. We’ve already previewed some of what you can expect to see and hear in this article, but we’re also planning to attend, and to keep in touch so you know the latest as it happens!
As well as regular updates on our social media channels – @materialsviews on twitter, using the hashtage #EMRS2014, and Facebook.com/materialsviews – we’ll be sending daily newsletters from the conference, highlighting the best talks, results, posters, exhibitions, and anything else that catches our eye. You can sign up for these mailings here!
Here are some of the highlights we’ll be looking forward to:
Symposium R, 11am
All-paper Li-ion batteries: towards new materials and processes for flexible Li-ion cells
Symposium B, 4pm
Highly Efficient Multifunctional Recyclable Nanocomposite Adsorbent for Water Cleaning
Symposium M, 9:30am
Spin current physics and materials
Symposium B, 10:30am
INVITED: Carbon Nanotube Sensors for Gas and Organic Vapor Detection
Symposium J, 9:15am
Two-photon lithographic fabricated plasmonic nanowires for anti-counterfeiting application
Symposium R, 12:00pm
Flexible, System Integrated Energy Storage
Symposium F, 9am
Emerging functionality in nanoparticles arrays
Symposium E, 2pm
Novel nanowire and nanotube structures produced by ion-track technology
Symposium E, 9am
Radiation damage evolution in nanocomposites
Symposium F, 9am
All-Inorganic Colloidal Nanocrystal based Solar Cells
If you’re interested in energy research, you might also want to take a look at results from a previous EMRS conference: the world summit on materials for energy. Click here to download an overview of the results from that meeting (in pdf form).