Sandia’s Energy Programs Organize Three Symposia at Spring MRS Symposium, April 2-6

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Sandia’s Energy Programs Organize Three Symposia at Spring MRS Symposium, April 2-6

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Researchers from Sandia’s energy programs have organized three symposia for the 2018 MRS Spring Meeting in Phoenix, AZ. The symposia sessions will discuss topics that include flow batteries for grid energy storage, harvesting natural and human-made energy sources, and solid-state super ion conductors:

Symposium EN09: Materials and Systems for Grid Energy Storage—Redox Flow Batteries

Phoenix Convention Center North, 100 Level, Room 127 B

Travis Anderson in Sandia’s Energy Storage Program co-organized this symposium with representatives from Indiana University-Purdue University, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Sessions include the following:

Symposium EN16: Combining Materials, Technologies and Societal Awareness to Harvest Natural and Human-Made Energy Sources

Phoenix Convention Center North, 100 Level, Room 128 A

Olga Lavrova in Sandia’s Renewable and Distributed Systems Integration Program co-organized this session with representatives from the University of New Mexico, Total Gas, and the University of Delaware. Sessions include the following:

Symposium EN21: Next Generation Solid-State Super Ion Conductors

Phoenix Convention Center North, 100 Level, Room 128 B

Erik Spoerke of Sandia’s Energy Storage Program co-organized this symposium with representatives from Ceramatec, University of South Carolina, and University of Michigan. Sessions include the following:

*A Sandia scientist is either a chair or speaker during the session

Top photo by Randy Montoya: Sandia researchers Olga Lavrova, second to left, and Erik Spoerke, right, organized symposia at MRS Spring meeting to discuss energy sources and ion conductors.