Faculty News: Functional Nanomaterials Symposium FuNMat 2015
Bulk graphite and activated carbon are widely exploited for its electrochemical and absorbent properties leading to applications in energy storage (Li+ battery anodes) to gas storage, energy harvesting or biomedical applications. Since its recent rise, graphene has been considered as a new “wonder” material merit its advantageous combination of high electrical and thermal conductivity and stability.
We suggest that heavily doped, organic functional materials offer even wider possibilities for real applications in the near-term. This symposium aims to bring together scientists who are at the forefront of research into design and applications of novel functional materials on all length-scales, i.e. as molecular porous solids (0D), layered functional sheets (2D), or as amorphous assemblies (3D). Research topics will stem from the large field of functional, porous materials indispensable for industrial, scientific and domestic applications.
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