Dr. Nilesh R. Manwar, a distinguished researcher in the field of material science, renewable energy and photocatalysis, has been invited to deliver a talk on his PASIFIC research project and serve as the session chair for the Water Splitting/HER OER (Hydrogen Evolution Reaction and Oxygen Evolution Reaction) session at E-MRS 2023 international conference.
The conference, which brings together experts and scholars from around the world, serves as a platform for the exchange of knowledge and the exploration of cutting-edge research in the field of Energy Materials. Dr. Manwar’s talk was focused on his groundbreaking research project, PASIFIC (Harnessing plasmon-induced 2D supported materials for CO2 reduction and biomass valorization), which aims to develop efficient photocatalytic systems for energy applications. His research explores novel materials and methodologies for achieving sustainable energy production, with a specific focus on CO2 reduction, water splitting, and biomass valorization.
In addition to presenting his research, Dr. Manwar has been entrusted with the responsibility of chairing the Water Splitting/HER OER session. As the session chair, he made moderate discussions, facilitate knowledge-sharing among participants, and foster collaboration in the field of renewable energy research. His expertise and deep understanding of water splitting and related processes make him an ideal choice for this role.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to present my PASIFIC research project at this prestigious conference and chair the Water Splitting/HER OER session under Energy Materials at EMRS,” said Dr. Nilesh R. Manwar. “This platform provides a valuable opportunity to exchange ideas, learn from fellow researchers, and collectively contribute towards advancing renewable energy technologies. I look forward to engaging in fruitful discussions and exploring potential collaborations.”
Dr. Manwar’s innovative work in the field of photocatalysis and renewable energy has garnered significant attention, and his participation in this conference further solidifies his position as a leading authority in the field. His research has the potential to revolutionize the way we generate and utilize clean energy, contributing to a sustainable and greener future.
For further information, please contact:
Dr. Nilesh R. Manwar,
Assistant Professor (PASIFIC Laureate),
Research Team No. 28 (Prof. Colmenares Group)
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw
Acknowledgments: “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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