- HyCARE at the School of Physical Chemistry
The School of Physical Chemistry is a yearly event organised in Verbania and promoted by the “Divisione di Chimica Fisica della Società chimica Italiana” covering fundamentals and advanced topics in Physical Chemistry.
The School is addressed to Italian and foreign graduate and Ph.D. students, as well as to post-doc and young researchers. It consists of a five-days training of lectures provided by prominent scientists active in today’s research covering the field of nanostructures and nanomaterials, from synthetic approaches to advanced characterization methods, and giving the latest insights into up-to-date aspects and applications of nanostructured materials with special emphasis to nanocomposites, bio-nanomaterials, heterogeneous catalysts, environmental, cultural heritage, and energy applications.
On Thusday 22 June 2023, Marcello Baricco – Coordinator of HyCARE Project and Professor at the Department of Chemistry and NIS (University of Turin) – gave the lesson “Nanomaterials for H2 storage”.
The lecture focused on the role of nanostructured materials and of interfaces on thermodynamic and kinetic properties of hydrogen storage materials. In particular, hydrogen absorption and desorption in metal and complex hydrides will be discussed. In order to lower the enthalpy of reaction, reactive hydride composites (RHC), consisting in combining two hydrides, will be also considered.
More information ca be retrieved in the abstract submitted, below.
More information on the event: https://sites.google.com/view/physchemschool/program
- HyCARE at the First Materials Poster Competition on Twitter
Our researcher Erika Dematteis will partecipate at the Materials Poster Competition, presenting the HyCARE project.
HyCARE dissemination activities never stop! You can have a look on our Tweeted Poster, share, like and leave us a comment or question, we will be pleased to discuss with you online!
- Gordon Research Conference (GRC)
Erika Dematteis, post-doc at CNRS, presents the concept and the research behind the HYCARE project. She focuses on the advantages and challenges of storing hydrogen in the form of a metallic hydride.
- Gordon Research Seminar (GRS)
Erika Dematteis, post-doc at CNRS, presents TiFe alloys as low-cost and efficient intermetallic compounds for hydrogen storage. She discusses TiFe characteristics and the results of partial substitution of Fe by Mn.