International summer school on materials for energy storage and conversion(mESC School 2023) is an integral part of the symposium held with the same name ( International Symposium on Materials for Energy Storage andConversion, mESC-IS 2023 ). The summer school, will take place on 13-16 July 2023 preceding the symposium. The venue is the Department of Materials Engineering , Mugla Sıktı Kocman University.
The school follows the structure of the earlier schools (mESC-School 2015 , mESC-School 2017, mESC-School 2019 and mESC-School 21) and aims to bring new comers/early researchers with those experienced in the field. The school covers the state-of-the-art reviews in selected topics plus in depth coverage of materials and electrochemical characterization techniques.
Tentative list of topics to be covered in the school is listed below.
Alexander Karl Opitz(TU Wien): EIS for Solid Oxide Electrolysis/Fuel Cells Research
Burak Ulgut (Bilkent University): Electrochemical impendence spectroscopy in Battery Research
Burak Aktekin(Justus Liebig Univ. Giessen): In-situ and Operando Experiments in Battery Research
Çigdem Toparli (Middle East Technical University)Photoemission Spectroscopy for Battery Research
Damla Eroğlu Pala (Boğaziçi University): Machine Learning for Battery Research
Ramazan Yıldırım ( Boğaziçi University):Machine Learning for Catalysis Research
M. Kadri Aydınol (METU): Advances in Li-ion Batteries
Selmiye AlkanGürsel ( Sabancı University) Advances in PEM Fuel Cells.
Bora Timurkutluk (Nigde OH University):Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Oleg Drozhnhin( Moscow State University): Synthesis of Active Mat. for Batteries & Fuel Cells
Duncan Paul Fagg(Aveiro Univ):Solid State Proton Conductors: Mat., Appl. & Measurements
Mohamed Mamlouk (Newcastle University):Alkaline Electrolysers- an Overview
Hands-on sessions/Case studies
Burak Ulgut (Bilkent University): Electrochemical impendence spectroscopy in battery Research
Alexander Karl Opitz (TU Wien): Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy in SOE/FC Research
Çigdem Toparli (METU):Photoemission Spectroscopy for Battery Research