• • • Topics • • • Invited speakers • • • Symposium programme • • • Tutorial programme • • •
  • Plenary speakers
  • Bruce Dunn, Univerity of California Los Angeles, USA - Revisiting Pseudocapacitance in Oxide Materials
  • Daniel Bélanger, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada - New Methods to Prepare Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Capacitors

  • Invited speakers
  • Andrea Balducci, University of Münster, Germany - Design of innovative electrolytes for high voltage EDLCs
  • Thierry Brousse, University of Nantes, France - Aqueous based supercapacitors: from electrodes to devices
  • François Béguin, Poznan University of Technology, Poland - Hybrid capacitors using the carbon/iodide interface in protic ionic liquid medium
  • George Z. Chen, University of Nottingham, UK, and Ningbo, China - Capacitive and non-capacitive Faradaic charge storage
  • Scott Donne, University of Newcastle, Australia - Differentiating the Behaviour of Different Classes of Electrochemical Capacitor Devices
  • Elzbieta Frackowiak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland - Electrochemical capacitors based on aqueous electrolytes
  • Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA - Electrochemical Energy Storage Using Two-Dimensional Carbides
  • Chi-Chang Hu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan - High-voltage carbon-based organic supercapacitors
  • Kwang B. Kim, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea - Graphene-based electrode materials for electrochemical capacitors
  • Ann Laheäär, Poznan University of Technology, Poland - Self-discharge in ionic liquid based supercapacitors
  • Jean Le Bideau, University of Nantes, France - Destructuring ionic liquids in ionogel electrolytes : enhanced "fragility" for solid devices
  • Jeffrey W. Long, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA - Pseudocapacitive charge storage with transition metal oxides: Lessons from multifunctional electrode nanoarchitectures
  • Enn Lust, University of Tartu, Estonia - In Situ XPS, FTIR and STM Studies of Carbon Electrodes
  • Céline Merlet, University of Cambridge, UK - Development of a new simulation method to model diffusion and NMR spectra in porous carbons: insights into ion adsorption in supercapacitors
  • John Miller, JME and Case Western Reserve University, USA - Electrochemical Capacitor Performance Long-term Aging Predictions
  • Masayuki Morita, Yamaguchi University, Japan - Water Contents in High Surface Area Carbon Materials and Their Effects on the Capacitor Performances in Organic Electrolyte Solutions
  • Katsuhiko Naoi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan - NanoHybrid™ Supercapacitor and Future Perspectives
  • Soogil Park, Chung-Buk National University, Cheongju, Korea - Electrochemical Performance of Carbon Composite Materials for Hybrid Capacitor
  • Dianbo Ruan, Ningbo CSR New Energy Technology Company, China - Supercapacitor and its application in public rail transit system
  • Mathieu Salanne, Sorbonne Universities, France - The Electric Double Layer has a Life of its Own
  • Wataru Sugimoto, Shinshu University, Japan - Getting the most out of pseudocapacitive oxides: using negative electrodes protected with a solid electrolyte
  • Pierre-Louis Taberna, University Paul Sabatier Toulouse, France