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International Workshop on New materials for direct conversion of heat into electricity

International Workshop on

New materials for direct conversion of heat into electricity 

May 8-9, 2019 at AGH-UST Cracow

The workshop is organized jointly by


The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology and

AGH University of Science and Technology, Center of Energy 


The aim of the workshop is related to physics, chemistry, and engineering of

thermoelectric materials. The invited reports will be given by worldwide specialists in the

field of electron and phonon structure modeling, structural chemistry, physics of

transport phenomena, as well as, manufacturing technology of advanced

micro/nanomaterials. One of the seminar section will be on application aspects of

thermoelectric coolers and generators.

The event has the objective of creating an interdisciplinary forum for researchers to

exchange knowledge and to find new cooperation possibilities. We strongly encourage

especially young researchers and students to discuss, during the special poster session,

their own concepts and research results directly with the best experts. We believe that

this event may bring new, interdisciplinary ideas going beyond current schemes in

science and engineering of thermoelectrics.

 

Programme

Invited reports


1. Prof. Igor Barchiy New materials based on the phases of Tl–BIV,V–CVI (BIV – Sb,Bi, BV – Sn,Pb, CVI – S,Se,Te) systems  

Uzhhorod National University, Uzhhorod, Ukraine

2. Dr. Raul Cardoso-Gil ”News about FeGa3-derivative materials

Max Planck Institut, Dresden, Germany

3. Prof. Laurent Chaput “Ab initio modeling of heat conduction: current status and challenges”

Université de Lorraine, Lorraine, France

4. Prof. Bogdan Dabrowski Thermoelectric and Structural Correlations in  

(Sr1-x-yCaxNdy)TiO3 Perovskites

Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, United States

5. Prof. Zinovi DashevskyNew way of an application for thermoelectric energy converters

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheba, Israel

6. Prof. Sergiy FilinThe influence of thermal contact between cooling surface and object on the

speed of thermoelectric beverage coolers”.

West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland

7. Prof. Mariusz Filipowicz, K. Sornek, M. Zoladek. Review of thermoelectric generator

applications in small scale biomass heating devices

AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

8. Prof. Feng GaoFabrication and properties of Ca3Co4O9 based thermoelectric ceramics

Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, China

9. Prof. Yuri GrinChemical bonding in thermoelectric materials, myths and realities”.

Max Planck Institut, Dresden, Germany

10. Prof. Tsutomu MashimoSynthesis of nanomaterials by pulsed plasma in liquid”.

Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan

11. Prof. Lubomyr Nykyryj Thermoelectric properties of PbTe-based multicomponent materials:

bulk and thin films

Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ivano-Frankivski, Ukraine

12. Prof. Lin Pan ”Evaluation of a novel mid-temperature thermoelectric module based on p-type

BiCuSeO and n-type Bi2O2Se”

Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, China

13. Prof. Dorota Pawlak Plasmonic materials/metamaterials by crystal growth

Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Warsaw, Poland

14. Dr. Michal Piasecki  Photo-induced enhancement of the power factor in low-dimension

thermoelectric chalcogenides 

J. Dlugosz University Czestochowa, Czestochowa, Poland

15. Dr. Taras Parashchuk, Prof. Krzysztof Wojciechowski Concept of attuned electronic

structure and mismached phonon structure (AES-MPS) for new thermoelectric materials”

The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Krakow, Poland

16. Dr. Luu Dac Son “Structural and thermoelectric properties of solid- liquide In4Se3-In composite”

The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Krakow, Poland

17. Prof. Tomasz Story (Pb,Sn)Te thermoelectrics with transition metals”

Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland 

18. Prof. Janusz Tobola “Electronic structure calculations of materials converting energy:

thermoelectrics and ion batteries”

AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

19. Dr. Igor VeremchukSPS for thermoelectric applications

Max Planck Institut, Dresden, Germany

20. Prof. Yifeng Wang  ”Microstructural engineering for TiS2-based thermoelectrics materials” 

Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, China

 21. Dr. Bartlomiej Wiendlocha “Thermopower of thermoelectric materials with resonant levels

from ab initio calculations”

AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

22. Prof. Akira YoshiasaPrecise structure analyses and crystal chemistry of pyrite-type

compounds: properties and chemical bonding of group 15 and 16 elements

Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan  

23. Thermal Analysis in thermoelectric materials research Netzsch group 

 

Plan of the Workshop


The detailed program will be available soon.

 

 

Poster Session

We strongly encourage young scientists and students to present their own results during a

special poster session (Wednesday). The preferable format of posters is A0 (84 x 120 cm).

Participation in the poster and lecture sessions of the Workshop is free of charge, but please

understand that organizers cannot cover the costs of lunches and accommodation.

 

Abstracts, deadlines…

Abstracts for posters should be sent until April 19, to the secretary (). The

length of the abstract is limited to one page (Times New Roman, font size 12) and the preferred

format is MS Word. Abstracts should not contain any figures or graphs.

 

All abstracts will be gathered in a Book of Abstracts and available online.


Chair and Organizing Commitee


Chair

Krzysztof Wojciechowski1,2

Organizing Committee

Aleksandra Dubiel1,2secretary ()

Taras Parashchuk2 ()

Janusz Prazuch1()

1 AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow

2 The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Cracow

 

Contact: 

Venue

The workshop will take place in:

AGH University of Science and Technology,

Center of Energy, building C-6, Czarnowiejska 36, Cracow


Registration

AGH Centrum of Energy, building C-6, the front of room no. 307-308


Lectures

AGH Centrum of Energy, building C-6, room no. 307-308


Poster session

AGH Centrum of Energy, building C-6, the front of room no. 307-308


Coffee break/ lunch:

AGH Centrum of Energy, building C-6, the front of room no. 307-308


Conference get-together meeting:

In consideration

 

The workshop is financially supported by the project “New approach for development of efficient materials for direct conversion of heat into electricity” within the TEAM -TECH 076 program of the Foundation for Polish Science co-financed by the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund.

Sponsors:

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