The project has built up a collaboration with an ongoing H2020 project on Governing Nanotechnologies Through Societal Engagement “GoNano” (http://gonano-project.eu/) with an aim to identify potential flaws/untapped markets and opportunities. Particularly, the collaboration enables project co-creation between citizens, researchers, industry, civil society organisations, and policy makers across Europe to align future nanotechnologies with societal needs and concerns. On October 30th, a joint workshop between the two projects has been organized at IREC, with the participation of several partners from Harvestore (IREC, ICL) and of professionals in the field as potential stakeholders.
The project partner Worldsensing has released a news article for introduction and for describing their role in the project:
Today we have been hosted by Prof. Lughi (Dept. of Engineering and Architecture) at the University of Trieste for a seminar on hydrogen-based technology, device and future applications. Tomorrow and on Wednesday we will participate in a Joint School on Scientific Data management.
Harvestore will be present with his “Power on your fingertip” activites during the European Researcher’s Night at Cosmocaixa forums in Barcelona and Zaragoza. A suitcase of fun! Download the program flyer here.
The group of Dr. Monica Burriel “Oxides for Nanoioncs Devices” (Grenoble, France) is looking for a postodoctoral researcher to work on the development of electrochemical materials and on their advanced characterization within the framework of the Harvestore project. More info here!
A big participation from the project is planned for E-MRS Meeting 2019, to be held in Warsaw from Sept. 16th to 19th. Harvestore will sponsor the symposium A: “Ion-related phenomena in nanoscale systems: From fundamentals to applications” and will be present for a dedicated session in the same symposium on Tuesday afternoon, starting at 9 am. Several related talks will be presented by project partners…follow us on Twitter for the latest news!
Nature electronics has recently published a review article by the project coordinator Albert Tarancon (IREC), who comments on the potential of CMOS technology and thermoelectric-based microdevices for powering next-generation IoT nodes.
New conference appointments at the International Conference on Electroceramics in Lausanne: today July 17th at h 12:00 “Nanostructured Ceramic Electrodes for Micro Energy Devices”, tomorrow h 15:45 “Engineering Transport in Manganites by Tuning Local Nonstoichiometry at the Grain Boundaries”, both by Albert Tarancon.
Harvestore partners will be present at Solid State Ionics Conference which is taking place in Pyeongchang (South Korea), from June 16 to June 21:
- Monday 16/6 h 9:10, keynote talk by Albert Tarancon: “The role of grain boundaries in MIEC electrodes”
- Monday 16/6 h 18:00, poster presented by A. Tarancon : ” In-situ ellipsometry study of the defect chemistry in La1-xSrxFeO3-δ thin films”
- Tuesday 17/6 h 18:00, poster presented by C. Pirovano: “In-situ Raman Spectroscopy: a tool to measure the oxygen exchange properties in oxide-ion conductors”
Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces for Advanced Ionic Electronic Conducting Oxides….available from our download page.