The Online Webinar Testing Materials for Energy Conversion took place on February 28, 2022, from 12:00 to 13:00. (CET).
Experts from the #RECYCALYSE project, an initiative funded by the Horizon 2020 #H2020 Research and Innovation programme (Grant Agreement No. 861960) presented their research in the field of the activity and stability of oxygen evolution reaction catalysts.
Three partners from the RECYCALYSE project participated in the webinar: the coordinator entity Danish Technological Institute (DTI), the University of Bern and the Communication and Dissemination partner, SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS.
The three partners hosted an open session for anyone who wants to learn more about #energy #conversion, the latest updates from the RECYCALYSE project as well as the investigations carried out by the University of Bern in the field of testing materials for energy conversion. The webinar was divided into three parts:
Part 1: Welcome with agenda and introduction to the speakers and the break-out sessions.
Part 2: Overview of the RECYCALYSE project and the importance of energy conversion by DTI.
Part 3: Work and progress carried out from activity to stability investigations of Oxygen Evolution Reaction catalysts by the University of Bern.
Part 4: Q&A and breakout sessions will also be conducted to make the session dynamic and lively.
Are you curious about testing materials for energy conversion?
Have a look at the webinar!
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