The 7th International Conference on Nanomaterials and Advanced Energy Storage Systems (INESS-2019)
Organized by Nazarbayev University (NU), Al Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU), Institute of Batteries (IoB), National Laboratory Astana (NLA) and to be held on August 7-9, 2019 in Almaty at Al Farabi Kazakh National University and cordially invite you to participate!
The conference topics cover the following and related areas:
- Advanced Nanomaterials
- Advanced Energy Conversion and Storage Systems
- Materials for electrochemical sensors and electroanalytical applications
- Materials and technology for alternative advanced energy applications
- Solar energy materials and solar cells
- Semiconductors and optoelectronics
- Catalysis and fuel cells
- Battery monitoring and management systems
- Battery safety and utilization
- Development of electric vehicles and stationary energy storage
- Modelling tools in materials science and energy conversion systems
- Energy and environment
- Smart energy systems
Full length papers presented at the Conference will be published as Proceedings in international journals.
The researchers from different countries will participate and share their vision on progress and problems in materials science, nanotechnologies, ecology, renewable energy and energy storage systems.
The conference will be supported by several TV, newspaper and internet companies.
The conference is an open event and the participants from academia, industry and investors sectors are welcome to participate. We expect participation of several partner companies, and investors.
The INESS conference started in Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan in 2013. The scientists and students from Japan, Korea, France, Germany, China, Russia, Canada, UAE, UK, Turkey and Kazakhstan reviewed and discussed the recent progress and problems in materials science, nanotechnologies, ecology, renewable energy, energy storage systems and modeling methods in these fields. For further details please visit the INESS web-page: www.iness.kz. For past conferences please check INESS-2016, INESS-2017, INESS-2018.
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The main objectives of this conference are to:
- Provide a dynamic forum of exchange on international issues vital to Asia
- Foster long-term relationships among young leaders from around the globe
- Connect talented delegates with some of today’s leaders in academia, business and government.
The event will take place in the capital of Kazakhstan Nur-Sultan (former Astana), at Nazarbayev University on August 16th-20th, 2019. Students will have an outstanding opportunity to attend the world speakers series (last year, guests of HPAIR were Ban Ki-moon, Twitter, Lenovo and other world-renowned company leaders), to get inspired, and make business and friendship networking.
Guest lecture by by Dr. A. B. Djurišić (Univ. of Hong Kong).
Topic: Stability of halide perovskite materials and devices
Date: August 19, Monday
Time: 10.00 am
Venue: block C4 room №266/268
Abstract: Organic-inorganic lead halide perovskites have been attracting increasing attention for solar cell applications due to their rapid progress to high efficiency (over 24%) devices. However, they also have significant drawbacks, namely high sensitivity to processing conditions and inferior stability with exposure to humidity, illumination, and elevated temperature. In this talk, the stability of the perovskite films and devices will be extensively discussed. This will include perovskite film composition, morphology, deposition method, as well as device architecture and device encapsulation for solar cells.
Biography: Prof. A. B. Djurišić obtained her PhD degree in electrical engineering form the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade (now Serbia) in 1997. She joined the Dept. of Physics at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in 2003. Her research interests include nanomaterials, wide-bandgap semiconductors, photocatalysis, optoelectronic devices., halide perovskite materials and devices.