North East Centre for Energy Materials (NECEM)
NECEM will host a Photovoltaic Workshop on 2nd August 2019 after the main NECEM conference.
The first CONEXS (COllaborative NEtwork for X-ray Spectroscopy)summer school will take from at Newcastle university from 10-12th September. It will focus upon analysis techniques for the near-edge structure of X-ray absorption spectra.
NECEM researcher Dr Budhika Mendis of Durham University has helped to solve a puzzle that could lead to cheaper and more efficient solar power.
Dr Kim Jelfs of Imperial College, London will be presenting a NECEM seminar 15:00pm-16:00pm, Wednesday 26th June 2019 at Newcastle University.
The 2nd NECEM Summer School focusing on NMR and EPR Spectroscopy for Energy Materials will take place on the 2nd to the 4th September 2019 at Newcastle University.
NECEM's Director Prof Ulrich Stimming will be a member of the Science Advisory Board for the UK Energy Storage Conference (UKES 2019), which will be held at Newcastle University from Tuesday, 3 September to Thursday, 5 September 2019.
NECEM researcher Prof Lidija Siller is organising the 1st Conference on Aerogel Inspired Materials on 18th to 20th September 2019.
Dr Qiong Cai from University of Surrey will be presenting a NECEM Seminar, 14:00pm-15:00pm, Wednesday 15th May 2019 at Newcastle University.
NECEM management committee member Dr Neil Beattie from Northumbria University has published a popular article in Physics World.
Dr Elliot Woolley from Loughborough University will present a NECEM seminar 14:00pm-15:00pm, Thursday 11th April 2019 at Northumbria University.
EPSRC has announced that £5.2 million has been awarded to Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Universities to open a new national Centre for Doctoral Training in renewable energies.
Dr. Karin Zojer from Graz University of Technology will present a NECEM seminar on 8th April 15:00pm-16:00pm at Newcastle University.
The 5th North East Energy Materials (NEEM) Meeting took place at St James' Park in January 2019.
Prof Laurence J. Hardwick from University of Liverpool will present a NECEM seminar on 20th March 2019 14:00pm-15:00pm. The title of the seminar is "SHINing Light on Electrode Interfaces”.
We are delighted to announce NECEM’s call for proposals to its Flexi Fund.
Prof. Eric R. Bittner from the University of Houston will present a NECEM seminar on 13th March 2019 14:00-15:00pm.
Dr Rachel C. Evans from University of Cambridge will present a seminar at 14:00pm-15:00pm, 20th February 2019 at Newcastle University
The International Conference on Energy Materials and Interfaces will be held at Newcastle University by NECEM in the July and August of 2019
Dr Natalie Banerji from University of Bern, Switzerland will present a seminar at 14:00pm-15:00pm, 14th December 2018 at Newcastle University
Prof Eiji Ōsawa, Professor Emeritus/NanoCarbon Research Institute, Ueda, Japan will present a seminar 13:00pm-14:00pm, 4th December 2018 at Newcastle University
Dr. Xavier Bouju from CEMES-CNRS, France will present a NECEM seminar on 21st November 2018 at Newcastle University
The next NECEM seminar is to be given by Dr Ian Sellers from the University of Oklahoma at Northumbria University on Thursday 4th October
Dr Marina Freitag from Uppsala University will be giving a seminar on Thursday 27th September at Newcastle University
The first NECEM summer school is taking place from the 5th to the 7th of September and will have the theme of the use of x-rays in energy material research
The third seminar in the NECEM series is to be given by Dr Guillame Zoppi at Newcastle University on Wednesday 16th May
The second seminar in the NECEM series was given by Dr. Natasha Shirshova in March 2018 at Northmbria University
The official launch event of NECEM took place on Friday 16th March 2018 at Newcastle University
The first seminar in the NECEM series was given by Professor Ulrich Stimming in February 2018 at Durham University
Professor Ulrich Stimming has been awarded a £1.5 million Faraday Institution project
NECEM combines the expertise of Newcastle, Durham, and Northumbria University as well as that of local and international industrial partners