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Functional Materials for Energy

1-2 June 2021 - Online seminar

The seminar will cover the powder based functional materials that are currently used, or will likely be used, in the energy sector. With the ever-increasing push towards greener energy production and distribution, functional materials can be a key field where Europe can innovate and bring even higher efficiencies in all relevant processes, with consequent advantages in terms of environmental impact at all levels.

The energy sector includes materials in raw materials refining, energy production, energy storage and transportation, etc. Thus, catalysers, high temperature, radiation shielding, heat exchangers, energy storage (including hydrogen and solid-state batteries), electrical materials, semi- and superconductors, are all possible candidates for discussion in the seminar. 

Due to COVID limitations, the seminar will be held on-line, the link to connect will be sent to all paid-up participants one day before the event.

Networking booster ! In order to offer a chance for direct conversations, like participants normally have in in-persons seminars, EPMA will give everyone the chance to meet the experts and other participants more personally during and after the seminar in a networking videochat room. Details will be given to registered participants.

Participation is warmly advised for all researchers and engineers dealing with development, production and use of these powder-based materials. 


Fees (VAT may apply depending on the country)

EPMA members/Academics/End-Users: €500

Non-Members: €700

Unemployed: €325 

Speaker one day: free of charge

Speaker full (attending 2 days): €300

The course fee includes lectures and presentations by high level industrial professionals, some sessions of Questions & Answers, as well as an access to all the presentations after the seminar.


Registration deadline: 26 May 2021 


Find further information on the EPMA Functional Materials Group here.

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