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在2021年丝绸之路大学联盟活动框架下,将于2021年11月18日举行以《储能与节能》为主题的2021年丝绸之路大学联盟能源分联盟年会,会议将在ZOOM平台线上进行,邀请国际储能与节能领域4位青年领军学者做报告,探讨最新的研究进展。

会议信息:

Zoom number: 764 324 2886

Pass: 20211118

本次会议由西安交通大学能源分联盟、丝绸之路大学联盟、西安交通大学能源与动力工程学院、西安交通大学学科创新海外人才引进项目主办,热流科学与工程教育部重点实验室、热科学与工程国际合作联合研究实验室及能源与环境工程中的热质传递国际联合研究中心承办。具体情况如下:

为适应国家节能减排和前沿科学发展的重要需求,2010年11月,教育部热流体科学与工程重点实验室正式获批筹建。本实验室旨在对能源运输和利用过程中产生的基础科学问题进行一系列前瞻性和战略性的系统研究。实验室的研究活动主要集中在五个方面:传热传质机理和技术;流体热物理特性及新型节能环保工作流体流动与传热的多尺度数值模拟新能源、节能技术。实验室将全面跨学科创新领域的研究中心和一个基地能源运输和利用率,流体力学课程的教学中心,热力学和热传递,教育人才中心的能源和电力工程。实验室的研究具有基础性、综合性和国际性的特点,注重学科交叉。实验室的文化是:创新、和谐、开放。实验室现有专任教师55人,其中教授30人,副教授19人。其中中国科学院院士2人,全国优秀教师3人,全国有突出贡献专家1人,百万人计划领军人才2人,长江学者2人,长江青年学者2人,国家自然科学基金优秀青年7人,国家新世纪人才工程1人,“千人”青年英才3人,教育部跨世纪、新世纪优秀人才18人,全国百篇优秀博士论文作者3人,西安交通大学腾飞工程特聘教授8人。现有研究生200余人,博士后科研流动站数名。是一个年龄结构适宜、研究能力强、具有国际影响力的研究团队。

西安交通大学热科学与工程国际合作联合实验室(IJRL-TSE)由西安交通大学与国外几所著名大学和学术机构组成,包括明尼苏达大学的传热实验室(主任为Terrence W. Simon教授)和粒子技术实验室(主任为美国工程院院士David Y. H. Pui教授)、英国爱丁堡大学Jason Reese (美国物理学会会员)、美国洛斯阿拉莫斯国家实验室地球与环境科学部高级科学家Qinjun Kang教授、瑞典隆德大学Bengt Sundén教授\美国亚利桑那大学Peiwen Li教授、美国内华达大学拉斯维加斯分校Yitung Chen教授\英国诺丁汉大学Shuguang Li教授\韩国釜山大学Man Yeong Ha教授等,上述院校和团队的研究在能源与环境科学与工程领域均位于国际领先水平。

会议议程如下:

Theme:   Energy storage and saving

Zoom number: 764 324 2886 (Pass:   20211118)

Time

Content

Chair

14.00–14:10

Opening   Ceremony

Prof. Qiuwang Wang

14:10–14:40

Title: 2D Pseudocapacitive Nanomaterials for High Energy- and High   Power-Oriented Applications of Supercapacitors

Speaker: Dr. Ho-Seok Park, Sungkyunkwan   University

Prof.  

Qiuwang   Wang

14:40–15:10

Title: Microencapsulation of phase change materials for cold energy   storage applications

Speaker: Dr. Yongliang Li, University   of Birmingham

15:10–15.40

Title: Study and application of energy storage technology in the new   generation distributed system

Speaker: Dr. Mingjia Li, XI’an   Jiaotong University

15:40-16:10

Title: State of the art and research directions for cold thermal energy   storage (CTES) materials at sub-zero temperatures

Speaker: Dr. Lizhong Yang, Nanyang   Technological University

16:10–16:30

Introduction to international journal: Energy storage and saving

 

                                           

  Dr. Ho Seok Park

Sungkyunkwan University

Ho Seok Park is a professor of Chemical Engineering at the Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), an adjunct professor at the Samsung Advanced Institute for Health Science & Technology (SAIHST), and a director of research center for 2D Redox Energy Storage (2DRES). He received his Ph.D. from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) in 2008 and worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Biological Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 2008 to 2010. His current research interests focus on energy storage and conversion based on 2D and carbon nanomaterials. He has published >220 peer-reviewed papers in the top journals and being taking associate editor, editorial board member, and guest editor in the SCI(E) journals of “Advanced Functional Materials”, “InfoMat”, “Energy Storage & Saving”, “Batteries & Supercaps”, “Carbon Letters”, and “Macromolecular Research”.
Title

2D Pseudocapacitive Nanomaterials for High Energy- and High Power-Oriented Applications of Supercapacitors 

Abstract

Supercapacitors (SCs) are an electrochemical energy storage device that can fill the gap between batteries and electrolytic capacitors. However, the widespread applications of commercialized carbon-based SCs are limited by their energy density, arising from their physical charge storage mechanism, which is by far lower than that of batteries. Moreover, the high-power applications of SCs are also limited by the slower kinetics than electrolytic capacitor due to the diffusion and distribution of ions onto the tortuous porous surface. In this talk, I will introduce our recent progress on the rational design of 2D pseudocapacitive materials for high energy- and high power-oriented SCs applications.1 Firstly, I will address our contribution to the improvement of pseudo-capacitance by the molecular level surface redox sites of 2D pseudocapacitive nanomaterials such as P-doped graphene and black phosphorus.2,3 In addition to energy aspect, we will focus on the kinetics feature of 2D MXenes, correlating with the multiscale structure and chemistry for ultrahigh power and high frequency response.4

 

References

[1] Puritut Nakhanivej, Qingyun Dou, Peixun Xiong, Ho Seok Park, “Two-Dimensional Pseudocapacitive Nanomaterials for High-Energy and High-Power-Oriented Applications of Supercapacitors”, Acc. Mater. Res., 2, 86–96 (2021).

[2] Puritut Nakhanivej, Xu Yu, Sul Ki Park, Soo Kim, Jin Yong Hong, Hae Jin Kim, Wonki Lee, Jun Yeon Hwang, Ji Eun Yang, Chris Wolverton, Jing Kong, Manish Chhowalla, Ho Seok Park, “Revealing Molecular-Level Surface Redox Sites of Controllably Oxidized Black Phosphorus Nanosheets”, Nat. Mater., 18, 156–162 (2019).

[3] Xu Yu, Hae Jin Kim, Jin-Yong Hong, Young Mee Jung, Kideok D. Kwon, Jing Kong, Ho Seok Park, “Elucidating surface redox charge storage of phosphorus-incorporated graphenes with hierarchical architectures”, Nano Energy, 15, 576–586 (2015).

[4] Girish Sambhaji Gund, Jeong Hee Park, Rana Harpalsinh, Manikantan Kota, Joo Hwan Shin, Tae-il Kim, Yury Gogotsi, Ho Seok Park, “MXene/Polymer Hybrid Materials for Flexible AC Filtering Electrochemical Capacitors”, Joule, 3, 1–13 (2019).


 

Dr. Yongliang Li

University of Birmingham

Professor Yongliang Li is a Chair of Thermal Energy Engineering in the School of Chemical Engineering and the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage at the University of Birmingham, UK. His research focuses on thermal energy conversion, storage, and thermal management. He is leading several grant challenge projects on thermal energy storage and heating/cooling decarbonisation funded by UKRI and he is also the coordinator of an EC funded RISE project to developing low-carbon cooling technology in collaboration with 17 international partners. He has published 100+ peer reviewed articles with a h-index of 32. He has won several prestigious awards including the Dorothy Hodgkin Award, the CSC Award, and the Collaborative Development Award for his academic achievements.   

Title

Microencapsulation of phase change materials for cold energy storage applications

Abstract

The ability of thermal energy storage (TES) systems to facilitate energy savings, renewable energy use and reduce environmental impact has led to a recent resurgence in their interest. However, the cold thermal storage is still the Cinderella in thermal energy storage, receiving little attention in the energy debate so far, although it can play a vital role in the cold chain foundation. The microencapsulation of phase change materials was turned to be a viable technique for cold thermal storage. In this presentation I will discuss our work on the microencapsulation of volatile phase change materials, covering both the formulation process and mechanism, as well as the thermal and theological behaviors of the MPCMS and its slurry.


 


Dr. Mingjia Li

Xi’an Jiaotong University

 

Dr. Ming-Jia Li is a professor of School of Energy and Power Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University. She was awarded international awards and national awards such as Asian Young Scientist Award, National Young Top-notch Talents Program, Thousand Talents Program of Shannxi Province, Outstanding Young Investigator Award in Shannxi Province, National Innovative Talents Support Plan of China Postdoctoral Foundation, Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of Shaanxi Province, and First Prize of Provincial Natural Science Award etc. She serves as the associate editor of journal of Applied Thermal Engineering. She is also, amounts other, on the editorial boards of other 4 international journals, the reviewers for numerous international journals, and the secretary general of International Conference on Supercritical CO2 Power System.

 

She was granted her bachelor degree from University of Liverpool (U.K) and master degree from University of Nottingham (U.K.). She obtained the doctoral degree from Xi’an Jiaotong University with the joint program cooperated by Columbia University (U.S).

 

She mainly focuses on Energy-saving theories & new methods in efficient energy utilization, Supercritical CO2 power system and Biomass carbon sequestration. As a principle investigator, she hosts some national research programs, eg. the Key Project of National Science Foundation of China-subtopics, National Science Foundation of China etc. She published many journal papers in top international journals with the h-index of 34. Among them, 13 papers are selected in Essential Science Indicators (1% top). She has 26 patents of invention and 7 software copyrights. She also delivered more than 10 plenary / invited talks and served as session chairs in international conferences.

 

 

 


Tittle

Study and application of energy storage technology in the new generation distributed system

 

Abstract

Energy storage system is a key player in the renewable energy market based on the objectives of carbon neutrality. It presents the important role of peak load shifting in the new generation distributed system with the characteristics of “Source-Network-Load-Storage”. The purpose of this study is to assist to realize the efficient, stable and economical operation of the new distributed system. In this study, some dominant technologies of storage material and storage structure are analyzed. Besides that, the dynamic response characteristics of the power generation frequency and efficiency of the energy storage system with a microgrid real-time load are studied.


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