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2017 International Symposium on Energy Conversion and Storage Materials, Brisbane

As a satellite meeting of the Centenary RACI, IChemE and Carbon Conferences on 23-28th July in Melbourne, this symposium aims to bring together a number of top scientists to discuss the latest advances in functional materials for sustainable energy conversion and storage technologies. The main objective of the symposium is to promote international cooperation and partnership between world leaders in the fields of nanomaterials for clean energy applications.

Prof. Lianzhou Wang

Lianzhou Wang is Professor in School of Chemical Engineering and Namomaterials Centre, the University of Queensland. Before joining UQ in 2004, he has worked at two leading national research institutions (NIMS and AIST) of Japan as a research fellow for five years.

Prof Zhiping (Gordon) Xu

Professor Zhi Ping (Gordon) Xu is an expert in synthesis, characterisation and applications of anionic clays, i.e. layered double hydroxides (LDH) and related materials. In particular, Dr Xu has developed a reliable method to control LDH nanoparticles in 30-300 nm with a narrow particle size distribution and homogeneously disperse these nanoparticles in a stable suspension, and has also led a team to investigate the cellular drug(gene) delivery using LDH nanoparticles.

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