Advanced Materials Science and Engineering and High Tech Device Applications (October 24-26, Ankara, Turkiye)

Energy Session

Join us at the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING AND HIGH TECH DEVICE APPLICATIONS, taking place from October 24-26, 2024, for a groundbreaking session that converges the latest in energy production, storage, and sustainability. This newly integrated session aims to address the critical challenges and opportunities in transitioning from non-renewable to renewable energy sources, highlighting the environmental, technological, and economic aspects of this global imperative.

Our agenda is dedicated to exploring the adverse effects of conventional energy production on our environment, including pollution and the contribution to global climate change, and juxtaposes this with the untapped potential of renewable energy sources. These sources, including solar, wind, and geothermal energy, offer solutions that are not only abundant and available worldwide but also have minimal environmental impact.

Key topics for discussion will include:

  • Renewable Energy Sources: Understanding the potential of energy derived from natural resources that replenish themselves, unlike finite fossil fuels.
  • Environmental Impacts: Evaluating the environmental consequences of traditional energy production and the benefits of shifting to renewable sources.
  • Photovoltaics and Energy Harvesting: Delving into the technologies that allow us to convert sunlight directly into electricity and other forms of energy harvesting.
  • Hydrogen Energy and Storage: Exploring the role of hydrogen as a clean energy carrier and the technologies for its efficient storage and production.
  • Water-Splitting Technologies: Discussing the methods for renewable hydrogen production through electrochemical, thermochemical, chemical cycles, and photoelectrochemical processes.
  • Catalysis, Alternative Energy, and Fuels: Examining the advancements in catalysis for energy conversion and the development of alternative fuels.
  • Computational Modeling and Materials Theory: Leveraging computational tools and materials theory to overcome current limitations and innovate new solutions for energy applications.
  • Thermoelectric Materials: Investigating materials that convert temperature differences into electrical energy as a sustainable energy solution.

Session Chair

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gokhan Surucu

Prof. Dr. Irfan Ar