The conference provided a platform for experts to present their latest findings and innovations in the field of solar-driven chemistry. Leading researchers from around the world (Prof. Harry Atwater, Prof. Kazunari Domen, Prof. Timothy Noël) discussed topics such as artificial photosynthesis, advanced catalysts, and the development of flow chemistry with solar-driven technologies that hold the potential to revolutionize the energy landscape.
Dr. Manwar’s research focuses on the utilization of solar energy to drive water splitting reactions, with the potential development of metal chalcogenides. His presentation garnered interest on solar-to-hydrogen applications and environmental challenges.
Dr. Manwar’s work is expected to contribute significantly to the ongoing efforts in sustainable energy and green chemistry. His presence at the conference highlights the importance of international collaboration in advancing the frontiers of solar-driven chemistry.
“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 847639 and from the Ministry of Education and Science.”
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