Invited speakers

The following speakers have confirmed to provide invited talks at the workshop. The list will be continuously updated.

  • Heinz Amenitsch (Graz University of Technology, Austria, and Austrian SAXS Beamline, Elettra, Trieste, Italy)
    Insights into nanoporous materials revealed with small angle scattering
  • Biljana Babic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
    How are traditional and up-to-date carbon materials made? Part II
  • Samuel Bernard (Research Institute on Ceramics, CNRS, Limoges, France)
    Polymer-derived mesoporous ceramics in nitride systems as catalyst supports and co-catalysts for hydrogen evolution reactions
  • José Luís Figueiredo (Universitdade do Porto, Portugal)
    Nanostructured porous carbons for electrochemical energy conversion and storage
  • Michael Hirscher (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart, Germany)
    Nanoporous materials for hydrogen storage
  • Ana Kalijadis (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
    How are traditional and up-to-date carbon materials made? Part I
  • Thomas Kienberger (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria)
    Energy-storages - a critical system component in energy transitions
  • Nikolaos Kostoglou (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria)
    Nanoporous carbon-based materials for energy and environmental applications
  • Guilleaume Maurin (Université Montpellier, France)
    Computational-guided discovery of MOFs towards energy and environmental-related applications 
  • Oskar Paris (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria)
    In-situ small angle scattering from nanoporous materials for actuation and energy applications
  • Kyriaki Polychronopoulou (Khalifa University of Science & Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE) 
    Catalytic materials for the steam reforming of hydroxy-containing hydrocarbons towards hydrogen production 
  • Volker Schmidt (University of Ulm, Germany)
    Stochastic microstructure modeling of aggregated particle systems in hierarchically structured electrodes
  • Werner Sitte (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria)
    Porous electrodes for solid oxide fuel and electrolysis cells
  • Theodore Steriotis (National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos, Athens, Greece)
    Nanoporous carbons as sorbents, supports and scaffolds for hydrogen storage applications
  • Matthias Thommes (Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)
  • Recent advances in the physisorption characterization of hierarchically structured nanoporous materials 
  • Valeska Ting (University of Bristol, U.K.)
    Filling the void: Investigations into extremely high densities of hydrogen in nanoporous carbon materials
  • Cheng-Yu Wang (National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan)
    Hydrogen storage in the composite of chemical hydride and metal-organic frameworks