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Electrochemical Conference on Energy and the Environment: Bioelectrochemistry and Energy Storage

CEST researchers and faculty to present at Electrochemical Conference on Energy and the Environment: Bioelectrochemistry and Energy Storage (EECE) to be held
July 21-26, 2019  in Glasgow, Scotland. The full program can be found here:


The purpose of the ECEE meeting is to serve as a satellite meeting of The Electrochemical Society ( ) based in US that focuses on electrochemical energy conversion/storage materials, concepts, and systems, with the intent to bring together international scientists, engineers, and researchers to share results and discuss issues on these topics. Oral presentations will be scheduled from Monday through Friday with poster sessions on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The forefront research of Skoltech CEST will presented on the following topics.

Obrezkov, F A; Shestakov, A F; Traven, V F; Stevenson, K J; Troshin, P A  “Polyphenylamine-Based Cathode Material for Ultrafast Charging Lithium, Sodium and Potassium Batteries”

Fedotov, S S; Nikitina, VA; Aksyonov, D A; Samarin, A Sh; Luchinin, N D; Stevenson, K J; Abakumov, A M; Antipov, E V “New Phosphate Framework for Facile Reversible Alkali Metal Ion De/Insertion”

Nikitina, V A; Stevenson, K J “Distinguishing Slow Charge Transfer from Slow Desolvation Rate-Determining Step in Ion Intercalation Processes”

Stevenson, K J; Forslund, R; Alexander, C; Johnston, K P “Exceptional Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Small Molecules Via Tunable Charge Transfer Interactions in Perovskites and Perovskite Derivatives”

Zakharkin, MV; Drozhzhin, O A; Tereshchenko, I V; Abakumov, A M; Antipov, E V; Stevenson, K J “High Voltage Activation of the Nasicon-Type Na4mnv (PO4) 3 Cathode Studied By Operando X-Ray Diffraction”

Drozhzhin, O A; Zakharkin, M V; Sumanov, V D; Sobolev, A V; Presniakov, I A; Chernyshov, D; Stevenson, K J; Abakumov, AM; Antipov, E V “Operando Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction and Mössbauer Spectroscopy of the Cathode Materials for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries”

Kapaev, R R; Stevenson, K J; Troshin, P A “Metal-Ion Batteries Based on New Copper and Nickel Coordination Polymers with Aromatic Polyamine Ligands”

Katorova, N S; Rupasov, Dmitry P; Fedotov, S S; Luchinin, N D; Abakumov, A M; Stevenson, K “Effect of Electrolyte Salt Concentration on the Electrochemical Performance of K-Ion Batteries Using Diglyme-Based Electrolytes”

Ramezankhani, V; Yakuschenko, I K; Shestakov, A F; Stevenson, K J; Troshin, P A “New Tetraazapentacene-Based Redox-Active Material As a Promising High-Capacity Organic Cathode for Potassium Batteries”

Aksyonov, Dmitry A; Boev, Anton O; Fedotov, Stanislav S; Stevenson, K J “Surface Energy and Reconstruction of Li and Na Based Transition Metal Oxides: A Computational Study”

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