Carlo U. Segre - selected recent presentations


2014

Using synchrotron radiation to study catalysis -- Villanova University, Chemistry Department

The challenges of making flow batteries with nanoelectrofuel -- Wichita State University Physics Department

Making an nanoelectrofuel flow battery, -- Illinois Institute of Technology, MMAE Department


2015

X-ray absorption spectroscopy as a structural probe of dynamics in fuel cell and battery systems -- University of Notre Dame, Physics Department


2016

High energy density Nanoelectrofuel flow batteries for transportation and renewables: Development, prospective and challenges -- American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Midwest Research Conference

Designing improved materials for electrochemical energy applications -- Illinois Institute of Technology, Chemistry Department

The science and engineering of Nanoelectrofuel flow battery development -- Illinois Institute of Technology, Physics Department

X-ray absorption spectroscopy as a structural probe of dynamics in fuel cell and battery systems -- University of Illinois at Chicago, Chemical Engineering Department

How do we design improved materials for electrochemical energy applications? -- NGenE 2016, University of Illinois at Chicago


2017

What's a physicist doing speaking at an analytical chemistry seminar? -- University of Iowa, Chemistry Department


2018

Nanoelectrofuel flow batteries for transportation: How to start a battery company -- Southern IllinoiS University Carbondale, Sigma Xi Chapter

In situ characterization of battery materials using x-ray absorption spectroscopy -- American Physical Society March Meeting, Invited

In situ characterization of battery materials using x-ray absorption spectroscopy -- National Synchtrotron Light Source II User Meeting, Invited


[IIT Home] Last Update Jul. 4, 2018 by segre@iit.edu