Project partners participated in the online European Researchers’ Night 2020, organized in Barcelona. Here is the link to the video presentation (in Spanish).
Our project coordinator Albert Tarancón has been hosted by Fundación Naturgy for a webinar on status and future of hydrogen technology. The book “Hidrógeno. Vector energético de una economía descarbonizada”, realized by IREC – Institut de Recerca en Energia de Catalunya has been presented. Here is the link to the video of the event. and for book download.
A new article has been published by our partners FETFX on the project activities.
Interested in being part of Harvestore? The Materials and Physical Engineering Laboratory (LMGP) and the Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physical-Chemistry of Materials and Interfaces (LEPMI) in Grenoble offer a PhD project on design and characterization of advances energy materials for micro-cell applications. Check this out!
The first edition of the joint Harvestore-SOIFIT worskhop “The Power of Interfaces: Fundamentals for Solid State Devices” will take place at the hystorical Royal Society in London next March 10th and 11th. Some of the most influential scientists in the field will be present…check out the program and sign up! https://www.imperial.ac.uk/events/95807/the-power-of-interfaces-fundamentals-for-solid-state-devices/
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!