Horizons Journal Club: Energy Storage & Conversion

28 April 2021, Online, United Kingdom

10:00 GMT 11:00 CET 17:00 CST

Horizons Journal Clubs are a new initiative from Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal Club format aims to encourage discussion of the cutting-edge research published in the journals and fosters community engagement between our authors and readers. Each journal club session is organised by our early-career Community Board members and focusses on a broad topic of research of interest to our communities. Our aim is that these events will serve as an opportunity for researchers of all professional levels, particularly those in their early-mid careers, to connect and discuss topics of interest within materials science and nanoscience/nanotechnology using the exceptionally high quality and innovative work published in our journals as a catalyst for the conversation. The first event in the series will feature the following speakers and papers:
Machine-learning interatomic potentials enable first-principles multiscale modeling of lattice thermal conductivity in graphene/borophene heterostructures, Mater. Horiz., 2020,7, 2359-2367
Dr Bohayra Mortazavi, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Ultrafine Co2P nanorods wrapped by graphene enable a long cycle life performance for a hybrid potassium-ion capacitor, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019,4, 1394-1401
Professor Fei Du, Jilin University, China

This new Journal Club event is hosted and chaired by members of our engaged early-career Community Board members, and supported by the Editorial Board.
Dr Rowena Brugge, University of Cambridge, UK, Materials Horizons Community Board
Dr Aneeya Kumar Samantara, National Institute of Science Education and Research, India, Materials Horizons Community Board
Professor Jinlan Wang, Southeast University, China, Nanoscale Horizons Scientific Editor

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