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Sydney University & Sorbonne Université vitual workshops on Materials ScienceOne week, one theme: Energy, Biomaterials, Catalysis, OpticsOne week, one theme: Energy, Biomaterials, Catalysis, Optics

On Wednesday 14th October 2020, the University of Sydney, Sorbonne University and the iMAT (Institute of Materials Science) will hold the first joint virtual workshop on advances in materials science research in the field of energy.

As part of the strategic partnership between Sorbonne University and the University of Sydney to stimulate scientific exchange and create synergies between research teams, this event launches a series of 4 workshops on key areas of materials science research:

  • Energy - 14th October 2020
  • Biomaterials - 21th October 2020
  • Materials and Catalysis - 28th October 2020
  • Optics - 4th November 2020

The organizers

David McKenzie

Professor of Materials Physics, School of Physics, University of Sydney

David McKenzie is Professor of Materials Physics, School of Physics at the University of Sydney. He is Member of the Applied and Plasma Physics research group and the Charles Perkins Centre. His research interests lie in areas that include materials physics, plasma deposition and processing, thin film materials, vacuum glazing, renewable and sustainable energy and cross-disciplinary research in the areas of biointerfaces and interactions of biosystems for medicine

Mathieu Salanne

Professor at PHENIX Laboratory, Sorbonne University

Mathieu Salanne is a Professor at PHENIX, Sorbonne University. His research focuses on the modelling of ionic materials for energy production and storage. He graduated in chemical engineering from Chimie ParisTech and obtained his PhD in 2006 at Sorbonne University. He develops methods for the realistic molecular simulation of solid and liquid electrolytes in situations of relevance to electrochemistry, in the framework of an ERC consolidator grant (project AMPERE). He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Chemical Physics and of the Scientific Steering committee of PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, funded by the EU)

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