Novel materials for Energy applications

The first law of thermodynamics, energy can neither be created nor destroyed. However we still need to be conservative in usage because of the efficiency, we cannot make full use of the energy. Large amount of energy is wasted. So how can we minimize energy waste and how can we reuse the wasted energy becomes critical in energy saving. Nanotechnology is considered to be one of the most important future technologies involving several disciplines of science including solid state physics, solid state chemistry, solid state ionic, materials engineering, medical science and biotechnology. Manipulating matter at the manometer scale, using building blocks with dimensions in the Nano-size range, makes it possible to design and create new materials with unprecedented functionality and novel or improved properties. Nanostructured materials made of Nano sized grains or nanoparticles as building blocks, have a significant fraction of grain boundaries with a high degree of disorder of atoms along the grain boundaries (or particle surfaces), and a large ratio of interface (or surface) area to volume.

 

  • Novel biomass, bio based materials and composites
  • Novel polymers such as conducting, semiconducting
  • Novel energy systems including fuel cells, solar cells
  • Novel materials for fuel production, conversion or storage
  • Novel eco-friendly materials, environ-mental engineering
  • Novel materials related to coal, carbon, and fullerene

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