QEII Centre – London, Uk

24th International conference on solid state ionics

Fundamentals, Characterisation and Devices for a NetZero World

15 – 19 July, 2024

Poster Deadline

29th April

Abstract submission for posters

Workshops

Sunday July 14th

Gala Dinner

Wednesday July 17th

Presentation

SolidState ionics is the fundamental underpinning science behind many of the electrochemical technologies needed to achieve net zero, such as fuelcells, electrolysers to produce green hydrogen, Li and sodium batteries for transport and grid storage.

The focus of this conference will be how to promote basic research, materials discovery and materials processing for application in the electrochemical devices urgently needed to achieve the green energy transition. We will also focus on the advanced characterisation and modelling techniques necessary to support and accelerate this process. Finally we will cover the application in to a range of devices including novel applications in electronics.

There will be tutorials for research students and postdocs new to the field of solid state ionics, which will be held on Sunday the 14th of July starting at 10:00am. The tutorials will be organised into two parallel sessions, one dealing with the fundamentals of solid state ionics and an introduction to SSI devices, the other will cover advanced characterisation techniques covering surface and bulk analysis.

The scientific organisers of the SSI24 conference are delighted that the Henry Royce Institute, the Energy Materials group of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3) and the International Society for Solid State Ionics have generously provided financial support for early career researchers to be able to attend this prestigious meeting. If you have requested a bursary, you will be notified in the upcoming days in regards to the result of your application.

Student Sponsorship

>600

participants

6

conference days

6

parallel sessions

>400

talks

Conference Topics

Fundamentals: Experiment and simulation
  • Lattice transport in solid state ionic materials
  • Grain boundary transport in solid state ionic materials (homogenous interfaces)
  • Interfacial transport in solid state ionic devices (heterogeneous interfaces)
Emerging Materialsfor High-Performance Devices
  • High Entropy materials
  • Microstructural optimisation
  • Simulation techniques
  • Polymeric materials
Advanced characterisation techniques: fundamental and devices
  • Lattice Atom transport
  • Surface characterisation
  • Microstructural characterisation: Atomic resolution imaging
  • In-situ and in-operandi
Devices for a Net Zero World
  • Devices for a Net Zero World
  • Energy Storage
  • Microstructural characterisation: Atomic resolution imaging
  • Iontronics
Imperial College London Prof. Stephen J. Skinner
Imperial College London Prof. John A. Kilner

Organizers

Speakers

University of Chicago Prof. Shirley Meng
RWTH Aachen University Prof. Roger de Souza
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Prof. Bilge Yildiz
Imperial College London Prof. Aron Walsh
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Prof. Joachim Maier
Imperial College London Prof. John A. Kilner
University of Sheffield Prof. Derek Sinclair
Colorado School of Mines Prof. Robert Kee
Forschungszentrum Jülich Prof. Regina Dittmann
Forschungszentrum Jülich Prof. Wilhelm Albert Meulenberg
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Prof. Harry Tuller
Arizona State University Prof. Peter Crozier
Seoul National University Prof. Kisuk Kang
Imperial College London Prof. Ifan Stephens
Technical University of Munich Prof. Jennifer Rupp
Imperial College London Prof. Magda Titirici

Many more speakers are awaiting you in the Solid State Ionics 24 Conference. Check the full list here:

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