70 Nanomaterials for Energy Storage II

Monday, November 17, 2014: 8:30 AM
International 4 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
This session seeks contributions pertaining to the development of nanomaterials for energy storage applications. Nano-issues in hydrogen storage materials for on-board and off-board applications and in electrochemical energy storage devices such as batteries and ultracapacitors are leading examples. Synthesis and characterization approaches, studies of kinetics, energy-release mechanisms and catalytic activity in these and other energy storage materials by experimental, theoretical and computational methods are welcome in this session.

Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Yong L. Joo
Email: ylj2@cornell.edu

Vibha Kalra
Email: vk99@drexel.edu

Jinwoo Lee
Email: jinwoo03@postech.ac.kr

8:45 AM
(70b) Ultra-Thin Polythiophene within Nanostructured Electrode with Enhanced Charge Storage Capacity
Siamak Nejati, Thomas Minford, Kenneth K.S. Lau and Yuriy Y. Smolin

9:00 AM
(70c) Roll-to-Roll Synthesis of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube Electrodes for Electrical Double Layer Capacitors
Margarita R. Arcila-Velez, Jingyi Zhu, Anthony Childress, Mehmet Karakaya, Ramakrishna Podila, Apparao M. Rao and Mark E. Roberts

9:45 AM
(70f) Structural Characterization of Vanadium Oxide Deposited with Atomic Layer Deposition for Supercapacitor Electrodes
James S. Daubert, J. Zach Mundy, Neal P. Lewis, Mark D. Losego and Gregory N. Parsons

10:15 AM
(70h) Double Layer and Pseudocapacitive Charge-Storage Mechanisms in Carbides and Nitrides
Abdoulaye Djire, Olabode Ajenifujah, Alice E. S. Sleightholme, Paul G Rasmussen and Levi T. Thompson

10:30 AM