Our researcher Erika Dematteis will partecipate at the Materials Poster Competition, presenting the HyCARE project.
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The HyCARE consortium met online today (3rd of July 2020) to discuss about the state-of-the-art in the development of the HyCARE’s system. Although the COVID-19 has slowed down the activities, the Consortium has made very good progress in the investigation of the expansion behavior of the hydride pellets and in the optimization of the heat exchange and planning of the control strategy.
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Our researcher Fermìn Cuevas from the Institut de Chimie et des Matériaux Paris (CNRS) hold a webinar to the Master Students of the University Autonoma de Madrid concerning his research activities in the the HyCARE project.
The webinar focuses on the recent paper “Development of TiFe intermetallics for large-scale stationary hydrogen storage in the framework of the European project HyCARE”, by F. Cuevas, E.-M. Dematteis, M. Latroche.
Today, Tuesday 3rd March, we are presenting our project at the RSC Twitter Poster Conference from 12.00 UTC for 24h.
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Giovanni Capurso from the HyCARE team participated to the Conference “Energy of the Future” in Sabugal, Portugal.
Giovanni spoke about the project and its impact for the future of hydrogen storage.
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.
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.