2020 news


Presentations at ICONN, Brisbane, Australia

Dr Peter Sherrell and Nick Shepelin have presented the latest research from the group at the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2020), held in Brisbane, Australia. The conference had over 750 delegates from around Australia and the world. With diverse focuses from BioNano through to Energy and the Environment and Nanopolymers.

Peter presented two talks, titled “Integrating energy storage and piezoelectric devices for flexible and planar energy harvesting” and “Visible-light driven water oxidation from Large Area 2D MoS2/WS2 Heterojunctions”, which focussed on both nanomaterials and energy conversion for clean energy conversion.

Nick presented a talk titled “Printing of recyclable, flexible and transparent piezoelectric generators through SWCNT templating”, where he discussed his latest research into dipole templating and extrusion printing of piezoelectric generators published in Energy & Environmental Science (doi.org/10.1039/C9EE03059J).

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ICONN Q&A session ‘Women in Leadership’

Professor Amanda Ellis took part as a panel member at the Q&A session on women in leadership, providing insights into career challenges faced by women and discussing strategies and support available to overcome these challenges. The session was undertaken as part of the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2020) held in Brisbane, Australia.

Presentation at ICNASA2020, Melbourne Australia

Dr Peter Sherrell presented the latest research from the Ellis research at Swinburne University as in invited speaker on using 2D materials for energy conversion.

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