During the InterPore 2017 meeting, a mini-symposium is planned, entitled “Porous Electrodes for Desalination and Environmental Applications,” focusing on all kinds of electrochemical processes within porous electrodes (including, capacitive and faradaic) with applications related to water desalination, water treatment, environmental separations, and energy storage. For a detailed scope of the mini-symposium, see [link]. Abstract submission has opened and will close on November 14, 2016! [link]
Examples include pollutant removal, desalination of brackish and seawater using capacitive deionization (CDI), and energy storage with aqueous and non-aqueous batteries. Particular emphasis is on the mathematical modeling of transport processes within porous electrodes at multiple length scales (including macro, pore, and nano scales), the fundamental physics and thermodynamics of electrosorption in capacitive micropores and in intercalation host compounds, and surface transport processes. Convection, diffusion, and dispersion processes within porous electrodes and their impact on functional performance are of particular interest, in addition to consideration of porous (carbon) membranes that can be charged capacitively.
For any questions, do not hesitate to contact any of the mini-symposium organizers. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam in 2017!
Prof. Kyle C. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Slawomir Porada (email@example.com)
Prof. Matthew Suss (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Maarten Biesheuvel (email@example.com)