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About the Seminar

The Research Centre for Nano-Materials and Energy Technology (RCNMET), School of Engineering and Technology, Sunway University cordially invites the researchers, students and academicians for 2 days virtual 2nd Seminar on Nanomaterials and Energy Storage 2022 (NanoES2022).

In these 2 days, different topics of nanomaterials and energy storage will be discussed. The seminar is organized within the framework of International Research Network Grant Scheme 2.0 (IRNGS2.0). The speakers are leading expert in the field of nanomaterials and energy storage from UK, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, India, Philippines, and Malaysia.

The details of the seminar are as below:

Date: 22-23rd August 2022
Time: 10AM-4:00PM (UCT+8)
Venue: Zoom
Payment: FREE

Interested researchers, students and faculties can register here.

For the full brochure, please click here.






Date: 22-23rd September 2021
Time: 9.00am - 3.45pm (UTC+8)

Registration is free of charge.

Please register here or scan the QR code given in the brochure.

About the Seminar

Energy storage technique is considered as a solution to bridge the gap between energy demand and supply. A critical challenge in solar energy is ensuring adequate storage and recovery of this energy for uninterrupted energy supply as Solar energy is intermittent in nature. Solar energy can be stored as electrical energy using batteries or as thermal energy using Phase Change Materials which is also known as Thermal Batteries. Using various types of Nano materials further enhances the electrical and thermal output. This seminar is organized within the framework of International Research Network Grant involving Sunway University and ASEAN country collaborators. Nano materials and Energy Storage seminar is the first in a series of 2 days program to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and concern as well as practical challenges encountered and solution adopted for Energy Storage and advanced roles of Nano materials in Energy Storage. Speakers are leading expert in the field of Nano Materials and Energy Storage from Denmark, Australia, UAE, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Bangladesh and Malaysia. This seminar demonstrates the commitment to support the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), particularly SDG7 on ensuring access to affordable and clean energy, SDG9 on industry innovation and infrastructure and SDG13 on climate action.

Organizing Committee

Prof. Saidur Rahman

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adarsh Kumar Pandey

Organizing Secretaries

  • Dr. Lingenthiran Samylingam
  • Dr. Tan Kim Han

Organizing Members

  • Mr. Kalidasan B
  • Ms Teo Wei Nie
  • Ms. Aisha Ridzuan
  • Ms. Atikah Aini Abdullah