With rapid depletion of fossil energy and increasingly worsened environmental pollution, there is a global consensus that clean, efficient, and safe new energies are highly demanded. China has become an important participant, contributor, and torchbearer in the reform and transformation of global energy systems. The development of new energies, together with both high-speed internet and railways in China, has attracted worldwide attention. In the scenario, more contribution should be made to the development of new energies in the brand new period.
2019 WILEY-GDUT International Conference on Energy Chemistry (ICEC) is organized by Guangdong University of Technology (GDUT) and WILEY Publishing Group, and co-organized by Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited, Zhejiang University, Central South University, Zhengzhou Normal University, Lingnan Normal University and so on. The conference will take place from 20th to 22nd December in Guangzhou, China, with estimated scale of 300-500 participants, which will offer an opportunity for academic scientists and research scholars to share their research results and exchange their novel ideas on energy chemistry and materials. The conference will also provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for scientists and researchers to present and discuss most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the field.
On the occasion of the conference, prestigious journals, such as Advanced Materials, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Advanced Energy Materials, Small et al., will be promoted by their renowed editors. Respectable scientists and engineers from all over the world will be invited. Researchers and engineeris from academia and industry are warmly welcome.
2019 WILEY-GDUT ICEC will focus on energy chemistry and materials, and consist of plenary speeches, keynote talks, invited talks, oral presentations and posters. Research topics will include but are not limited to:
○ Energy storage
○ Energy conversion
○ Catalysis, including electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, thermal catalysis etc.
○ New energy systems and advanced catalysis (e.g., hydrogen energy) etc.