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Advanced Materials and Technologies for Sustainability - part 1 Industrial

17 SEPTEMBER   sveglia 14:00 - 15:30

TT.VII Technical Multi-Track with Parallel SYMPOSIA
Advanced Materials and Technologies for Sustainability - part 1 Industrial
Co-organized with Polytechnic of Turin
Chairs: Giancarlo CICERO & Andrea LAMBERTI, Polytechnic of Turin and Angelica CHIODONI, IIT, Center for Sustainable Future Technologies - CSFT@POLITO
In recent years, several studies highlighted that advanced nanomaterials have the potential to achieve a breakthrough in the development of novel applications for a sustainable future. This session gathers contributions from both the academic and industrial world to strengthen their synergistic contribution to technological growth for sustainability. In this framework, water treatment processes, as well as CO2 capturing and valorization, are topic of great and actual relevance, and the development of innovative and efficient materials is the key to be successful. Membranes, as applicative example, are fundamental elements for water purification and CO2 separation plants, but their usage is also widespread in fuel cells, batteries and “blue energy” harvesting systems. Notwithstanding their large technological relevance, currently employed membranes suffer from many drawbacks and a further breakthrough in this field might require a complete membrane redesign. Several studies highlighted that advanced materials, and nanomaterials in particular, have the potential to achieve a breakthrough in membranes performances, increasing membrane resistance (mechanical, thermal and chemical resistance) and lifetime, and enhance membrane selectivity. On the other hand, to efficient reuse of carbon dioxide as a raw material to obtain value-added products requires both the development of novel materials able to fast capture and release the CO2, and highly selective, stable, efficient, environmental-friendly and inexpensive catalysts for its electro/photoelectron/thermo catalytic reduction. Planned talks will be on recent results in the topics mentioned above, with a special focus on the fundamental aspects as well as on the technological challenges tackled by the academy and the industry. The session is organized by Polytechnic of Turin and Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, in cooperation with the Italian Association for Industrial Research (Airi). The session will be held online (webinar) in two parts, the first (Sep 17th, 14.00-15.30) with a focus on industrial application and the second (Sep 17th, 16.00-17.30) on basic and applied research activities.
The symposium is part of the workshop WS.III
TT.VII.A.1
WS.III.3.1

Peter E.M. AERTS - CV
Blue Foot Membranes

In definition

  AERTS Peter EM
TT.VII.A.2
WS.III.3.2

Massimiliano ANTONINI - CV
Hysythech

CO2 conversion exploited in industry

slide PPT ANTONINI Massimiliano
TT.VII.A.3
WS.III.3.3

Boyan ILIEV - CV
Iolitech

Ionic Liquids – innovative materials for CO2 capture and conversion


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ILIEV Boyan
TT.VII.A.4
WS.III.3.4

Simon GRASMAN - CV
REDstack BV

From Nano Innovation to Macro Application in Blue Energy

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