|IMI-SEE Members Attend Symposium in Japan|
|Tuesday, March 16 2010 00:00|
IMI-SEE Members Kimberly Gray, Emily Weiss, and R.P.H. Chang of Northwestern traveled to Tsukuba, Japan where they attended the Joint International Workshop on Photocatalysis and Environmental Remediation Materials and 3rd Japan-China Symposium on Advanced Photocatalytic Materials February 22-24, 2010.
Co-organized by the NIMS Photocatalytic Materials Center and the Eco-Materials and Renewable energy Research Center (ERERC) at Nanjing University in China, this joint event focused on the study and development of photocatalytic materials for a variety of applications, including energy storage and conversion to environmental purification, and environmental remediation.
Professor Gray presented a talk entitled "Fabricating Titania-based Nanocomposites for Solar Fuel Production."
"The event was very well organized, and afforded an excellent opportunity to meet potential collaborators from Japan, China, and other parts of the world, " said IMI-SEE Director, R.P.H. Chang.
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