Argonne National Laboratory

2012 APS/CNM/EMC Users Meeting
May 7-10, 2012

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Workshop A: "Operando Characterization of Energy Systems"
Organizers: Steve Heald (XSD), Yugang Sun (CNM), and Jianguo Wen (MSD)

Location: Building 401, Room A1100

In the study of energy systems such as batteries, fuel cells, photovoltaics, and catalytic processes it is important to simulate their actual operating conditions as close as possible. This workshop brings together researchers engaged in such operando studies of energy related systems. It will include experts in x-ray methods, electron microscopy, spectroscopy, and electronic structural theory as applied to energy systems. An important outcome will be to encourage cross-disciplinary discussions of the interactions between these techniques, and to highlight some of the growing capabilities being developed at ANL and elsewhere.

Working Agenda
   
08:50 -- 09:00

Welcome & Introductory Remarks

09:00 -- 09:40

Dean Miller (Argonne National Laboratory)
Probing local behaviour and microstructural evolution of Li-ion battery cathode materials through operando electron microscopy

09:40 -- 10:20

Thomas Hansen (Denmark Technology University)
Environmental TEM in Energy Research

10:20 -- 10:50

Break

10:50 -- 11:30

Haimei Zheng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Real-time TEM Imaging of Nanocrystal Growth in Liquids

11:30 -- 12:10

Shen Dillon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
In Situ TEM Characterization of Nanoscale Reactions in Complex Environments

12:10 -- 01:30

Lunch

01:30 -- 02:10

Matthew Small (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
New Approaches to in-situ/in-operando Investigations of Structure and Dynamics in Catalysis

02:10 -- 02:50

John L. Fulton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
Operando XAFS Studies of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts in Liquid-phase Hydrogenation Reactions up to 200°C and 50 Bar

02:50 -- 03:20

Break

03:20 -- 04:00

Héctor D. Abruña (Cornell University)
X-rays as In-situ Probes of Energy Systems

04:00 -- 04:40 Mariana Bertoni (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Enabling Low-cost Solar Cells: Synchrotron X-ray Investigation of Device-limiting Defects

 

 

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