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NumberSubmitter First NameSubmitter Last NameCountryAffiliationTitleAuthor ListPresentation Topic AreaStudentTYPELINK
1TingkaiZhaochinaNorthwestern Polytechnical UniversityFacile preparation of reduced graphene oxide/copper sulfide composite as electrode materials for supercapacitors with high energy densityTingkai Zhao, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Wenbo Yang, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Xin Zhao, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Jingtian Hu, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Xiarong Peng, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Tao Jiang, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Heng Zhang, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Xiaofeng Lu, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
2RobertBradleyUKOxford University, Department of MaterialsA Novel Biomass Derived Low-Cost Mesoporous CarbonProf. Robert Bradley, Department of Materials, University of Oxford, MatSurf Technology Ltd., Carbon Research, United Kingdom
Funghua Liu, Dr. Weiping Wu, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, City, University of London, United Kingdom
Prof. Binyuan Zhao, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
4RichGrzankaUSAAnguil Environmental Systems, Inc.Emission Control Technologies and Energy Conservation Techniques for Carbon Fiber Composite Manufacturing.Rich GrzankaCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
5RobertBradleyUKUniversity of Oxford, Dept. of Materials.Carbon Black Recovered from used Vehicle Tyres used a Elastomer Reinforcement - Black Carbons that are GreenBob Bradley, University of Oxford, Department of Materials, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PH and Matsurf Ltd., Carbon Research, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 1NW (UK).
Stephen Millington and Martyn Bennett, ARTIS Research, Semington Road, Hampton Park West, Melksham, SN12 6BN (UK).
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
6ShuwenWangJapanCenter for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan.Internal Nanoporosity of Porous GrapheneShuwen Wang, Katsumi Kaneko. Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
7BridgetMutumaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaDeciphering the structural and electrochemical properties of activated BN-doped spherical carbons for supercapacitors applicationBridget K. Mutuma a, b*, Neil J. Coville b and Ncholu Manyala a
aDepartment of Physics, Institute of Applied Materials, University of Pretoria, 0028, Pretoria, South Africa
b Molecular Sciences Institute, School of Chemistry, University of the Witwatersrand, 2050, Johannesburg, South Africa
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
8Amanda LuizaBezerra Sandes MartinsBrazilBrazilian ArmyAnalysis of Hot Centrifugation Parameters and Mesophase Pitch Content CharacterizationAmanda Luiza Bezerra Sandes Martins
Alexandre Taschetto de Castro
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
11RandyVander WalUSAPenn State UniversityMicrowave-mediated, Plasma-assisted Nanographene Aerosol ProductionRandy Vander Wal(1), Madhu Singh(1), Kurt Zeller(2) and George Skoptsov(2)

(1)John and Willie Leone Family Dept. of Energy and Mineral Engineering and the EMS Energy Institute, Penn State University, University Park PA 16802 USA

(2)H Quest Vanguard, Inc., 750 William Pitt Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15238 USA
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
12RandyVander WalUSAPenn State UniversityLaser Annealing of Cokes and CharsRandy Vander Wal and Joseph Abrahamson

John and Willie Leone Family Dept. of Energy and Mineral Engineering and the EMS Energy Institute, Penn State University, University Park PA 16802 USA
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
13RandyVander WalUSAPenn State UniversityTHE NANOSTRUCTURE PARADIGM FOR DESCRIBING CARBON STRUCTURE, INTERPRETING ITS REACTIVITY AND QUANTIFYING ITS TRANSFORMATIONSRandy Vander Wal, Madhu Singh, Joseph Abrahamson, Kuen Yehliu and Chung-Hsuan Huang

John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering and The EMS Energy Institute, The Pennsylvania State University, 16802 USA
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentKeynotelink
14RandyVander WalUSAPenn State UniversityEffect of Filler Size in a Graphene-Anthracene Carbon-Carbon CompositeMadhu Singh, Randy L. Vander Wal

John and Willie Leone Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering and the EMS Energy Institute, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 16802, United States.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
18JunMaruyamaJapanOsaka Research Institute of Industrial Science and TechnologyNanoscopic combination of edge and flat planes in active site for oxygen reduction and evolutionJun Maruyama*[a], Shohei Maruyama[a], Tomoko Fukuhara[a], Yuko Takao[b], and Kohei Miyazaki[c]

[a] Research Division of Environmental Technology, Osaka Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, 1-6-50, Morinomiya, Joto-ku, Osaka 536-8553, Japan
[b] Research Division of Organic Materials, Osaka Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, 1-6-50, Morinomiya, Joto-ku, Osaka 536-8553, Japan
[c] Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto Daigaku Katsura, Nishikyo-ku, 615-8510 Kyoto, Japan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
20TamasSzaboHungaryUniversity of Szeged, HungaryStructural integrity of polyelectrolyte/graphene oxide layer-by-layer assemblies in concentrated aqueous solutionsTamás Szabó, Nizar Alsharif, Kevin Stefan HermanGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
21Arenst AndreasArieIndonesiaParahyangan Catholic UniversityWaste Tea Leaves Based Hard Carbons as Anode Materials for Sodium Ion BatteryArenst Andreas Arie, Parahyangan Catholic University
Emrah Demir, Gebze Technical University
Rezan Demir-Cakan, Gebze Technical University
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
22HanjunWeiChinaScience and Technology on Thermostructural Composite Materials Laboratory, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 710072, Xi'an, ChinaDirect growth of defective carbon nanotubes with tunable dielectric properties in porous Sc2Si2O7 ceramic for broadband high-performance microwave absorptionHanjun Wei, Xiaowei YinNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
26MinghangLiChinaNorthwestern polytechnical universityInterface evolution of C@ZnO nanocomposites annealed at elevated temperature for tunable electromagnetic propertiesminghang li
xiaowei yin
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
27GuillaumeMaurinFranceInstitut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier UMR 5253 CNRS Université Montpellier, FranceUnraveling the Enhancement of the Interfacial Compatibility Between Metal-Organic Framework and Functionalized Graphene OxideAnusha Lalitha, Jae Eun Shin, Satyanarayana Bonakala, Jee Yeon Oh, Ho Bum Park, Guillaume MaurinGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
28KyoichiOshidaJapanNational Institution of Technology, Nagano CollegeCreation of nano- and micro- spaces in carbons and lording dissimilar materials by electrospinningKyoichi Oshida, Yoshihiro Takizawa, Tomoyuki Itaya, Kozo Osawa, Masahiko Murata, Nozomi Kobayashi, Akinobu Ando, Daiki Misawa, Shyogo Sato (National Institute of Technology, Nagano College)

Naoya Kobayashi (TOC capacitor Co., Ltd.)

Toshimitsu Hata (Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University)
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
29Ho-SukChoiKoreaChungnam National UniversityGraphene-dot-Armored Cotton Candy-like Metallic Nanosponge Catalysts for High-Performance Hydrogen Evolution ReactionHo-Suk Choi, Chungnam National University
Van-Toan Nguyen, Chungnam National University
Ngoc-Anh Nguyen, Chungnam National University
Hyunwoo Ha, Chungnam National University
Hyun You Kim, Chungnam National University
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
30Seung HyeonKoKoreaInstitute for Basic Science, KoreaZSM-5 zeolite templated synthesis of ultra-microporous carbon using Li+ ion effectSeung Hyeon Ko,1 Taekyoung Lee,1,2 and Ryong Ryoo*,1,2

1. Center for Nanomaterials and Chemical Reactions, Institute for Basic Science,
Daejeon 34141, Korea.
2. Department of Chemistry, KAIST, Daejeon 34141, Korea.
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
31OpeyemiOdutemowoSouth AfricaUniversity of South AfricaINVESTIGATING EFFECTS OF Sr/Ag CO-IMPLANTATION ON GLASSY CARBON.O.S. Odutemowo 1*, S.C. Ray 1, J.B. Malherbe 2, E. Wendler3
1. Department of Physics, University of South Africa, Roodepoort, 1709, South Africa.
2. Department of Physics, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, 0002, South Africa.
3. Institut für Festkörperphysik, Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, Germany.

Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
32HirotomoNishiharaJapanTohoku UniversityMesoporous carbon sheets made of edge-free graphene walls for ultra-stable supercapacitorsHirotomo Nishihara[1], Keita Nomura[1],
Naoya Kobayashi[2], Toshihiro Asada[2], and Takashi Kyotani[1]
[1] Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University, 2−1−1 Katahira, Aoba, Sendai 980−8577, Japan
[2] TOC Capacitor Co., Ltd, 1525, Okaya, Nagano, 394-0001, Japan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
33KrisztinaLászlóHungary1Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science,Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HungaryIONIC LIQUID TAILORED CARBON AEROGELSBalázs NAGY
Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science,Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
Erik GEISSLER
Université Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, LIPhy, 38000 Grenoble, France
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
34Ana ClaudiaPinaUruguayFacultad de Química, Universidad de la República, UruguayACTIVATED CARBON FIBERS FROM A NATURAL SOURCE AND THEIR USE FOR THE COMPETITIVE ADSORPTION OF PHARMACEUTICALSANA CLAUDIA PINA, ALICIA GOMIS-BERENGUER, NESTOR TANCREDI, CONCHI ANIA, ALEJANDRO AMAYA Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
35GuillermoAlvarez FerreroGermanyMax Planck Institute for Chemical Energy ConversionPorous activated binderless pellets for electrochemical oxygen reduction and evolution reactionsGuillermo A. Ferrero
Saskia Heumann-Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
36DipenduSahaUSAWidener UniversityPhotocatalytic Inactivation of Antibiotic Resistance Genes by Nanocomposites of Carbon NitrideDipendu SahaCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
37DipenduSahaUSAWidener UniversityPhosphorous Doped Nanoporous Carbons for Adsorption of Rare Earth ElementsDipendu SahaPorous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
38AlineCastilho RodriguesBrazilNational Institute of Space ResearchCapacitance measurements under the influence of closing torque in a symmetric two electrodes electrochemical cellJonathan Martimiano Teixeira Santos 1,2;
Manuella Gobbo de Castro Munhoz 1;
Gisele Aparecida Amaral-Labat 1,3;
Guilherme Frederico Bernardo Lenz e Silva 3;
Jossano Ssaldanha Marcuzzo 1;
Aline Castilho Rodrigues 1;
Maurício Ribeiro Baldan 1.

1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Aeroespaciais, São José dos Campos, SP, Brasil,
2 ETEP Faculdades, São José dos Campos, SP, Brasil,
3 Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil,
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
40Thi Kim CuongLeSwedenDivision of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-22100, Lund, SwedenDirect observation of aliphatic structures in soot particles produced in low-pressure premixed ethylene flames via online Raman spectroscopyKim Cuong Le 1,2, Christophe Lefumeux 1, Per-Erik Bengtsson 2, Thomas Pino 1
1 Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay (ISMO), CNRS, Univ Paris Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, F-91405 Orsay, France
2 Division of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-22100, Lund, Sweden
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
42Cintia JulianaBarbosa de CastilhoUSABrown UniversityMosquito Bite Prevention through Graphene Barrier LayersCintia J Castilho, Muchun Liu, Robert H. HurtCarbons for Health and MedicineStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
45YongzhenYangChinataiyuan university of technologyUltralight and Highly Compressible Nitrogen-doped Graphene/Magnetic Carbon Microspheres Composite AerogelWeiwei Kang1,2, Yan Cui1,3, Lei Qin1,2, Yongzhen Yang1,2*, Xuguang Liu1,4*

1 Key Laboratory of Interface Science and Engineering in Advanced Materials (Taiyuan University of Technology), Ministry of Education, Taiyuan 030024, China
2 Research Center of Advanced Materials Science and Technology, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
3 College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
4 College of Materials Science and Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
47Ahmad EhteshamulIslamUSAAir Force Research LaboratoryDefect engineering of graphene using e-beam chemistryAhmad Ehteshamul Islam, Jennifer Carpena-Nunez, Rahul Rao, Benji Maruyama

Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH 45433

Biological and Nanoscale Technologies, UES, Inc., Dayton OH 45432
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
48Thi Kim CuongLeSwedenDivision of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-22100, Lund, SwedenRaman spectroscopy of soot with various fractions of organic compounds: structural characterization during heating treatment from 25 C to 1000 CKim Cuong LE 1, Thomas PINO 2, Van Thai PHAM 3, Jonatan HENRIKSSON 1, Sandra TÓ¦RÓ¦K 1, Per-Erik BENGTSSON 1
1Division of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
2Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay, Univ Paris Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, Orsay, France
3MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
50GulmairaPartizanKazakhstanCenter of Innovative Technologies at the Institute of Combustion Problems Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Physico-Technical FacultyThe synthesis of micro and nanodiamonds by oxygen-acetylene torch methodZhumadilov Bauyrzhan Erbolsynuly
Gulmaira Partizan
Medyanova Botagoz Serikbolovna
Suyundykova Gulnur Serikkalievna
Kenzhegulov Aidar Karaulovich
Aliyev Bahodir Azimdzhonovich
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
51GulmairaPartizanKazakhstanCenter of Innovative Technologies at the Institute of Combustion Problems Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Physico-Technical FacultyThe synthesis of SiC nanostructures by microwave CVD methodSuyundykova Gulnur Serikkalievna
Gulmaira Partizan
Kenzhegulov Aidar Karaulovich
Medyanova Botagoz Serikbolovna
Zhumadilov Bauyrzhan Erbolsynuly
Aliyev Bahodir Azimdzhonovich
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
52HendrykSteldingerGermanyTechnical University of Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl- Institute3D Printed Activated Carbon and Application in Adsorption ProcessesH. Steldinger (a), M. Scherle (b), J. Gläsel (a), U. Nieken (b), B.J.M. Etzold (a)

(a) Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany
(b) Institut für Chemische Verfahrenstechnik, Universität Stuttgart, Germany

Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
53KonradKroisGermanyTechnische Universität Darmstadt - Technische chemie ITowards Cheaper Energy Storage Devices What is Possible with Inexpensive of the Shelf Materials in Supercapacitors1. Konrad Krois -- Technische Universität Darmstadt - Technische chemie I
2. Jan Gläsel -- Technische Universität Darmstadt - Technische chemie I
3. Prof. Bastian Etzold -- Technische Universität Darmstadt - Technische chemie I
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
56ShinichirohIwamuraJapanHokkaido UniversityDevelopment of a CVD-based Technique for Homogeneous Deposition of TiO2 Nanoparticles inside the Pores of a Porous Carbon SubstrateShinichiroh Iwamura, Hokkaido University
Shota Motohashi, Hokkaido University
Shin R. Mukai, Hokkaido University
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
57LiuPeiChinaKey Laboratory of Carbon Fiber and Functional Polymers, Ministry of Education, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, China Research on the Photocatalytic Activity of Activated Carbon Fiber Coated with TiO2 nanoparticlesPei Liu, Peng Miao, Yongzhen An,* Jie Liu, Xiaoxu WangCarbons for CatalysisStudentPosterlink
58FelixHeroldGermanyTechnische Universität DarmstadtPredefinition and Activation of Nanographitic Domains in Polymer Derived Carbons for Obtaining Active Dehydrogenation CatalystsFelix Herold, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Stefan Prosch, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Niklas Oefner, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Alfons Drochner, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Bastian J. M. Etzold, Technische Universität DarmstadtCarbons for CatalysisStudentOrallink
60DongZhangChinaState Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, ChinaPLASMA-ASSISTED STABILIZATION OF POLYACRYLONITRILEDong Zhang, Jie Liu, Jie-Ying Liang, and Xiao-Xu Wang*
State Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, China)
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
61Thi Kim CuongLeSwedenDivision of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-22100, Lund, SwedenSoot optical band gap evaluated through in-situ and
ex-situ measurements as tracer of soot evolution in premixed flames
Kim Cuong Le1, Carmela Russo2, Barbara Apicella2 and Antonio Tregrossi2,
Per-Erik Bengtsson1, Anna Ciajolo2
1 Division of Combustion Physics, Department of Physics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
2 Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione, C.N.R., Naples, Italy
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
62CabellLamieUSAClemson UniversityKinetics of the catalytic polymerization of pyrene with AlCl3Cabell Lamie, Dr. David Bruce, Dr. Wesley Hoffman, Dr. Mark Thies
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
63CliveChirumeUSAOhio UniversityModification of coal surface to improve adhesion in Coal Plastic Composites (CPCs)Clive T ChirumeCoal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
65Vijay BahasurYadavIndiaIndira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for womensSynthesis of novel nanocomposite of activated Kaolinite with various proportions of modified carbon nanotube for improved adsorption of heavy metals at very low concentration from waterVijay Bahadur Yadav1*, Ranu Gadi1, Sippy Kalra 2
1 Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for women, Delhi, India
2Central Road Research Institute-CSIR, New Delhi, India
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
66YingZhouChinaDalian University of Technology Dalian, ChinaSi/C anode from pitch for lithium-ion batteryYing Zhou*, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China
Xizhuo Han, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China
Hongyi Guo, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China
Chen Li, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China
Yongqiang Guo, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China
Chunlei Wang, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology Dalian of China

Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
67YasuhiroYamadaJapanChiba UniversityQuantitative analysis of zigzag and armchair edges on carbon materials with/without pentagons using infrared spectroscopyYasuhiro Yamada, Tatsuya Sasaki, Satoshi Sato

Chiba University
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
68Ming-yangCaoChinaState Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, ChinaEffect of water volume on the structure and absorption performance of activated carbon fiberMing-yang Cao, Jie Liu, Peng Miao,* Jie-Ying Liang, and Xiao-Xu Wang
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
70LiangChenChinaState Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, ChinaSTRUCTURAL EVOLUTIONS OF POLYACRYLONITRILE FIBERS STABILIZED IN NITROGEN ATMOSPHERELiang Chen, Jie Liu,* Jieying Liang, Xiaoxu Wang
(State Key Laboratory of Organic-Inorganic Composites, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100029, China)
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
72ÍtaloCostaBrazilLaboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasilia, BrazilSERS spectra of rhodamine using Ag nanoparticles photodeposited onto graphene oxide thin filmsÍtalo Azevedo Costa - Laboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasilia, Brazil;
Ayessa Pires Maciel - Laboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasilia, Brazil;
Maria José Araújo Sales - Laboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Leonardo Giordano Paterno - Laboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Sanclayton Geraldo Carneiro Moreira -
Institute of Exact and Natural Sciences - University of Para, Brazil
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
74ShanshanYiChinaBeijing University Of Chemical TechnologyElectrospun Lignin-based Carbon Nanofiber TowsShan-Shan Yi, Jie Liu, Jie-Ying Liang, and Xiao-Xu WangNanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
75Kap SeungYangKoreaChonnam National UniversityVisualization of Microstructural Evolution of Polyacrylonitrile-based Carbon Fibers on Processing RateKap Seung Yang, School of Polymer Science and Engineering & Alan G. MacDiarmid Energy Research Institute, Chonnam National University/
Carbon Composite Materials R&D Center HPK Inc.;
Doo Won Kim, Institute of Advanced Composite Materials, Korea Institute of Science and Technology;
Dae Ho Kim, Hyosung Corporation, Jeonju Plant;
Yoong Ahm Kim, School of Polymer Science and Engineering & Alan G. MacDiarmid Energy Research Institute, Chonnam National University;
Yun Hyuk Bang, Korea Institute of Carbon Convergence Technology
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
76Jin YongLeeKoreaSeoul National UniversitySemiconducting Carbon Nanotube Fibers for Electrochemical Biosensor PlatformsJin Yong Lee1, Dong-guk Cho2, Tae Young Jeong1, Sae Jin Sung1, Woong-Ryeol Yu1*
1Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University, South Korea
2Physics and Astronomy, Seoul National University, South Korea
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
77PedroCostaSaudi ArabiaKing Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyReduced graphene oxide as an electrode material for aluminum-chloride batteriesPedro M. F. J. Costa 1, Jasmin Smajic 1, Amira Alazmi 1, Nitinkumar Batra 1, Tamilarasan Palanisamy 1, Dalaver H. Anjum 2

1 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Physical Science and Engineering Division, Thuwal 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
2 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Core Labs, Thuwal 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
78SeunghyunKoKoreaKorea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyPreparation of cost-competitive isotropic pitch precursors for carbon fiber through a modified oxidative thermal treatment of petroleum residueSeunghyun Ko†, Jong-Eun Choi†‡, Chul Wee Lee†‡, and Young-Pyo Jeon†‡*

†Carbon Industry Frontier Research Center, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT), Daejeon, 34114, Republic of Korea

‡Advanced Materials and Chemical Engineering, University of Science and Technology (UST), Daejeon, 34113, Republic of Korea

*Corresponding author
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
79Dong-LinZhaoChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyCore-shell Si@Ni nanoparticles encapsulated in carbon nanotubes as high capacity electrode for lithium ion batteriesDong-Lin Zhao, Xing-Wang Cheng, Wen-Jie Meng, Hui-Xian Yang, Ran-Ran Yao
State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing 100029, China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
81JossanoMarcuzzoBrazilINPE - BrazilActivated carbon fiber based on human hair to be used as supercapacitor electrodeJossano Saldanha Marcuzzo - INPE - Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Brasil.

Guilherme Charles Blanco - INPE - Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais - Brasil.

Aline Castilho Rodrigues - INPE Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais - Brasil.

Mauricio Ribeiro Baldan - INPE Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais - Brasil.

Andres Cuña - Universidad de la Republica - Uruguay

Alejandro Amaya - Universidad de la Republica - Uruguay

Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
83DeborahChungUSAUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New YorkDiscovery of carbons as electrets and piezoelectretsD.D.L. Chung and Xiang Xi, Composite Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY 14260-4400, U.S.A. Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
84AkiraIdesakiJapanNational Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST)Study of graphitization behavior of metal-ion implanted precursor polymerAkira Idesaki, QST
Shunya Yamamoto, QST
Masaki Sugimoto, QST
Tetsuya Yamaki, QST
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
85Yong-MinKimKoreaSeoul National UniversityManufacture of Highly Conductive Carbon Fibers Using Carbon Nanotubes and a New Wet Spinning ProcessYong-Min Kim, Seoul National University
Ho-Sung Yang, Seoul National University
Woong-Ryeol Yu*, Seoul National University
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
86Jia ChenLiangChinaNanoyang Group, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemical Science and Engineering (Tianjin), Tianjin University Tianjin 300350, China.Li-NO2 Battery: NO2 from Contamination Gas to Energy StorageJiachen Liang1, Chen Zhang2, Donghai Liu1, Ying Tao1, Quan-Hong Yang1

1 Nanoyang Group, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemical Science and Engineering (Tianjin), Tianjin University Tianjin 300350, China.

2 School of Marine Science and Technology, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300350, China.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
87JunweiHanChinaTianjin UniversityCaging noncarbons in a precisely shrinked graphene network towards high volumetric lithium storageJunwei Han1, Debin Kong2, Wei Lv3, Dai-Ming Tang4, Quan-Hong Yang1,*
1Nanoyang Group, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China. Email: qhyangcn@tju.edu.cn, web site: http://nanoyang.tju.edu.cn/
2CAS Center for Excellence in Nanoscience, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing, China
3Engineering Laboratory for Functionalized Carbon Materials and Shenzhen Key Laboratory for Graphene-based Materials, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University, Shenzhen, China
4International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (WPI-MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Namiki 1-1, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
88Dong-LinZhaoChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologySpherical ordered mesoporous carbon/sulfur nanocomposite as cathode for high-performance lithium-sulfur batteriesDong-Lin Zhao, Shao-Wu Ma, Wen-Jie Meng, Hui-Xian Yang, Ran-Ran Yao
State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing 100029, China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
89ChengMaChinaEast China University of Science and TechnologyPreparation of nitrogen-doped and interconnected hollow carbon nanospheres for superior lithium-sulfur batteryCheng Ma a, Jitong Wang a, Wenming Qiao a, b, Licheng Ling a, b

a State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai 200237, China
b Key Laboratory of Specially Functional Polymeric Materials and Related Technology, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai 200237, China.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
90JingXiaoChinaTianjin UniversityNano-spring design within hard carbon cages for high-volumetric-performance noncarbon anodesJing Xiao1, Junwei Han1, Debin Kong2, Ying Tao1 and Quan-Hong Yang1 *
1 Nanoyang Group, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemical Science and Engineering (Tianjin), Tianjin University Tianjin 300350, China.
2 CAS Center for Excellence in Nanoscience, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing, China
* Correspondence: qhyangcn@tju.edu.cn
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
91RomualdVan RietBelgiumDepartment of Chemistry, Royal Military Academy, 1000 Brussels, Belgium Nanoporous carbons as energetic nanomaterial componentRomuald Van Riet (1,2), Peter Lodewyckx (2), Michel H. Lefebvre (2), Conchi O. Ania (1)

(1) POR2E group, CEMHTI (UPR 3079), CNRS, Univ. Orléans, 45071 Orléans, France
(2) Department of Chemistry, Royal Military Academy, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
92AyagozBakkaraKazakhstanal-Farabi Kazakh National University, Institute of Combustion ProblemsPeculiarities of the structure and state of the particles of aluminum-carbon composite obtained by the method of MCTAyagoz Bakkara, Bakhtiyar Sadykov, Nina Mofa, Zulkhair MansurovCoal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
93Jong-EunChoiKoreaKorea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT) / University of Science and Technology (UST)Stepwise preparation of petroleum-based impregnation pitch for synthetic graphiteJong-Eun Choi (KRICT/UST)
Seunghyun Ko (KRICT)
Chul Wee Lee (KRICT/UST)
Young-Pyo Jeon (KRICT/UST)
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
94LuisEstevezUSAUniversity of Dayton Research InstituteHierarchically porous carbons with simultaneously high surface area and colossal pore volume via ice templatingDr. Luis Estevez - University of Dayton Research Institute
Mr. Adam L. Garcia - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Venkateshkumar Prabhakaran - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Yongsoon Shin - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Jinhui Tao - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Dushyant Barpaga - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Radha Kishan Motkuri - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Jitendra Kumar - University of Dayton Research Institute
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
95PedroCostaSaudi ArabiaKing Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyCobalt Ferrite Supported on Reduced Graphene Oxide as a T2 Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance ImagingPedro M. F. J. Costa 1, Amira Alazmi 1,2, Venkatesh Singaravelu 3, Nitin M. Batra 1, Jasmin Smajic 1, Mram Alyami 4, Niveen M. Khashab 4

1 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Physical Science and Engineering Division, Thuwal 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
2 University of Hafr Al-Batin, College of Science and Arts, Nairiyah 37487, Saudi Arabia
3 KAUST, Core Labs, Thuwal, 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
4 Smart Hybrid Materials Laboratory, Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Center, KAUST, Thuwal 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
96PhilippeOuzilleauCanadaPolytechnique MontrealWhy some carbons may or may not graphitize? Interpreting graphitization data with a phenomenological model inspired from thermodynamics.Philippe Ouzilleau, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
Aïmen E. Gheribi, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
Patrice Chartrand, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
Gervais Soucy, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Marc Monthioux, Université de Toulouse, France
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
97WonboShimKoreaDepartment of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National UniversityThe strain sensing of carbon nanotube-reinforced adhesive using viscoelasticityWonbo Shim, Woong-Ryeol Yu

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
98MurrayThomsonCanadaUniversity of TorontoDevelopment of a numerical model to simulate carbon black synthesis and predict the aggregate structure in flow reactorsAli Naseri, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto
Murray Thomson, Ph.D., Professor, University of Toronto
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
99AliMoafiIranAmirkabir University of TehchnologyStructural changes in graphitic carbon properties upon exposure to atomic hydrogenAli Moafi, Omid Heidari, Babak Soltannia, Dougal McCulloch, Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh and Parviz Parvin

School of Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta, 10-203 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering, 9211-116 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 1H9, Canada
Department of Applied Physics, RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW), 2052 Kensington, New South Wales, Australia
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
100PaulaMuñoz-FloresChileUniversity of Concepcion, Technological Development Unit (UDT)Carbon-containing Cu- and Mo-based catalysts for the photodegradation of Yellow 5Paula Muñoz-Flores a,b,c*, Juan Matos a,c,*, Po S. Poon a, Alicia Gomis-Berenguer d, Conchi O. Ania d
a Hyb&Car Group, Biorefinery Department, Technological Development Unit (UDT), University of Concepcion, Coronel, Chile
b Faculty of Engineering, University of Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile
c Millennium Nuclei on Catalytic Processes towards Sustainable Chemistry (CSC), Chile
d POR2E Group, CEMHTI CNRS (UPR3079), Univ. Orléans, 45071, Orléans, France
Carbons for CatalysisStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
101RyanPaulUSAGrafTech International Holdings Inc.Simulating the Effect of Porosity on Properties of Synthetic GraphiteRyan M. Paul, R&D Manager, GrafTech International Holdings Inc.Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
102RyanPaulUSAGrafTech International Holdings Inc.Application of a Random Pore Model for Thermal Oxidation of Nuclear GraphiteRyan M. Paul, R&D Manager, GrafTech International Holdings Inc.
John Morral, The Ohio State University
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentKeynotelink
103BrianEarpUSANaval Postgraduate SchoolFactors that Influence Electrical Conductivity of Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Composites at Extremely Low Loading ValuesBrian C. Earp (1), Joseph Simpson (1), Stephen Vidmar (2), Dragoslav Grbovic (1), Jonathan Phillips (1), and Claudia C. Luhrs (1)

(1) Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
(2) San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
104JamesSpicerUSAThe Johns Hopkins UniversityEffects of Microstructural Composition on the Elastic Moduli of Nuclear GraphitesJames B. Spicer, Dept. of Materials Science and Eng., The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218
Nidia C. Gallego and Cristian I. Contescu, Materials Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentKeynotelink
105AlanRocha BaggioBrazilUniversity of BrasiliaGRAHENE OXIDES SUPPRESSING THE REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES GENERATED BY PHTHALOCYANINE1 - Alan R. Baggio; Laboratory of Research on Polymers and Nanomaterials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasília, Brasília/DF, Brazil.

2 - Leonardo G. Paterno; Laboratory of Research in Polymers and Nano materials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasília, Brasília/DF, Brazil.

3 - Maria José A. Sales; Laboratory of Research in Polymers and Nano materials, Institute of Chemistry, University of Brasília, Brasília/DF, Brazil.

4 - Paulo E. N. Souza; Laboratory of Software and Instrumentation in Physics, Institute of Physics, University of Brasília, Brasília/DF, Brazil.

5 - Fabiane H. V. Souza; Faculty of Ceilândia, University of Brasília, Brasilia/DF, Brazil.

6 - Sônia N. Báo; Laboratory of Biochemistry and Chemistry of Proteins, Department of Cell Biology, University of Brasília, Brasília/DF, Brazil.

7 - Luciano P. Silva; Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology, PBI, Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology (LNANO), Brasília, 70770-917, DF, Brazil.

8 - Antônio O. T. Patrocínio; 6. Laboratory of Photochemistry and Materials Science, Institute of Chemistry, Federal University of Uberlandia,Uberlandia, Brazil.
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
106EsmeraldaVences-AlvarezMexicoInstituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y TecnológicaHydrothermal synthesis of a hybrid adsorbent Ce:Mn-Carbon for fluoride removal from waterE. Vences-Alvareza
División de Ciencias Ambientales, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C. (IPICYT), Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col. Lomas 4ª Sección, C.P. 78216, San Luis Potosí, SLP, México.
J. R. Rangel-Mendez
División de Ciencias Ambientales, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C. (IPICYT), Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col. Lomas 4ª Sección, C.P. 78216, San Luis Potosí, SLP, México.

Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
107Go BongChoiKoreaChonnam National UniversityLoop formation of edge sites in vapor grown carbon nanofiberYoong Ahm Kim, Chonnam National UniversityNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
108MarcMonthiouxDominican RepublicPontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y MaestraSpectroscopic evidences for the low temperature, low pressure conversion of graphenes into diamanoïdsFabrice Piazza, Nanoscience Research Laboratory, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra,
Autopista Duarte km 1 1/2, Apartado Postal 822, Santiago, Dominican Republic

*Marc Monthioux, Centre d'Elaboration des Matériaux et d'Etudes Structurales (CEMES), CNRS, Université de Toulouse, France (presenter)

Kathleen Gough, Department of Chemistry, Universidad de Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Pascal Puech, Centre d'Elaboration des Matériaux et d'Etudes Structurales (CEMES), CNRS, Université de Toulouse, France

Iann Gerber, Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie des Nano-Objets (LPCNO), CNRS, INSA, Université de Toulouse, France

Germercy Paredes, Nanoscience Research Laboratory, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Autopista Duarte km 1 1/2, Apartado Postal 822, Santiago, Dominican Republic

Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
109AmjadFarooqPakistanPAKISTAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES, ISLAMABAD, PAKISTANHow catchy is the Cu/Zn/Ag/Mo-based impregnated activated carbon towards toxic industrial gases?Amjad Farooq*, Sidra Shaoor Kiani*#, Muhammad Asim Irshad*, Masroor Ahmad*, Naseem Irfan*, Mohsan Nawaz#
*Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) Laboratory, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Islamabad 45650, Pakistan
#Department of Chemistry, Hazara University, Mansehra, Pakistan
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
110JosephAureseniaPhillipinesDE LA SALLE UNIVERSTYSynthesis of Carbon Nanotubes using Microwave Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition under the Influence of Magnetic Fields1. Dr. Joseph Auresenia- Corresponding Author
De La Salle University
2401 Taft Avenue, Malate, 1004 Manila, Philippines

2. Cyril Benedict Lugod,
De La Salle University
2401 Taft Avenue, Malate, 1004 Manila, Philippines
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
112Tae HoonSeoKoreaKorea Institute of Industrial TechnologyThe role of carbon nanotube-graphene hybrid structure for high performance LEDGo Bong Choi, Yoong Ahm Kim, Chonnam National UniversityGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
113QiangGaoUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryIn-operando tracking ion intercalation into 2D MXenes in aqueous electrolytesQiang Gao1, Xin Li1, Weiwei Sun2, Michael Naguib3, Stephen Jesse1, Paul R. C. Kent1,2, Nina Balke1

1Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, USA
2Computer Science and Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P. O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, USA
3Department of Physics & Engineering Physics, 2001 Percival Stern Hall, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118
E-mail: gaoq@ornl.gov
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentKeynotelink
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114SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityEngineered Nanocomposite Materials Properties through Embedding of Smaller Nanoparticles in a Polymer MatrixAlex Henson, Brendan Evans and Sanju Gupta
Department of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101 (USA)
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
115SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityScanning Electrochemical Microscopy of Transition Metal Carbides (Ti3C2Tx) MXenes Phases with Different Interlayer Spacing for Renewable EnergyWyatt Ringo1, Minmin Hu2, Xiaohui Wang2 and Sanju Gupta3
1 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Western Kentucky University, 1906 College Heights Blvd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (USA)
2 Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science and Department of Physics and Astronomy, Western Kentucky University, 1906 College Heights Blvd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (USA)
3 Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), 72 Wenhua Road, Shenyang 110016 (China)
1 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Western Kentucky University, 1906 College Heights Blvd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 (USA)
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
116SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityElectrochemically Desulfurized Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) - Graphene Aerogel Composites As Highly-Efficient Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen ProductionTaylor Robinson1, Jacob Dobler1, Nicholas Dimakis2 and Sanju Gupta1
1 Department of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101
2 Department of Physics, University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, Edinburgh, TX.
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
117SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityNovel Fabrication for Graphene Oxide/Polymer-based Thin Film Composite Membranes with Enhanced Filtration and Antifouling CharacteristicsSanju Gupta, Brendan Evans and Naomi Rowland
Department of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
118SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityGraphene-mediated Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Detection of Biomolecules and DNA HybridizationAlexander Banaszak and Sanju Gupta
Department of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
119SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityThermoelectric Properties of Graphene-Carbon Nanotube Aerogels as 'Organic' Energy HarvestersSanju Gupta and Romney Meek
Department of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentKeynotelink
120PhoebeAllanUKUniversity of Birmingham, UKPair distribution function analysis of hard carbon anode materials for sodium-ion batteriesPhoebe K. Allan (School of Chemistry, University of Birmingham, UK)
Joshua M. Stratford (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK)
Philip A. Chater (Diamond Light Source, Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK)
Clare P. Grey (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK)
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
122ConchiAniaFranceCEMHTI (CNRS UPR 3079)Reactivity of the photoexcited states of carbon materials with different structural featuresConchi O. Ania1*, Alicia Gomis-Berenguer1, Joao Carlos Lima2,
1 POR2E group, CEMHTI (UPR 3079), CNRS, Univ. Orléans, 45071 Orléans, France
2 Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2829-516 Lisboa, Portugal
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
124ConchiAniaFranceCEMHTI (CNRS UPR 3079)Light-induced synthesis of ordered mesoporous carbonsConchi O. Ania1 *, María C. Fernandez de Córdoba1,2, Lavinia Balan2,

1 POR2E group, CEMHTI (UPR 3079), CNRS, Univ. Orléans, 45071 Orléans, France

2 Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse (IS2M), CNRS, Mulhouse Cedex, France
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
125YangmingLinGermanyMax Planck Institute for Chemical Energy ConversionOxygen Evolution Reaction at Carbon Edge Sites: Intrinsic Catalytic Activity Clarified by Polycyclic Aromatic HydrocarbonsYangming Lin, Robert Schlögl, Saskia Heumann

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mülheim a. d. Ruhr, Germany
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
126LinhuiYuGermanyMax Planck Institute for Chemical Energy ConversionBoosting oxygen reduction catalysis with self-assembled Fe-N doped carbon materialLinhui Yu, Yangming Lin, Robert Schlögl, Saskia Heumann 

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mülheim a. d. Ruhr, Germany
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
127YanWangUSAUniversity of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of EngineeringLeveraging Electrochemistry to Uncover the Role of Nitrogen in the Biological Reactivity of Nitrogen-Doped GraphenePresenting Author - Yan Wang: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Nathalia Aquino de Carvalho: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Howard D. Fairbrother: Johns Hopkins University, Department of Chemistry, Baltimore, MD 21218

Leanne M. Gilbertson: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
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128LeanneGilbertsonUSAUniversity of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of EngineeringNot all Oxygen is Equal: Identifying the Role of Different Oxygen Functional Groups in the Graphene-Mediated Glutathione Oxidation ReactionPresenting Author: Leanne M. Gilbertson: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Yan Wang: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Yasemin Basdogan: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Tianyu Zhang: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Ronald S. Lankone: Johns Hopkins University, Department of Chemistry, Baltimore, MD 21218

Lexi Wallace: Johns Hopkins University, Department of Chemistry, Baltimore, MD 21218

John A. Keith: University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Howard D. Fairbrother: Johns Hopkins University, Department of Chemistry, Baltimore, MD 21218
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentOrallink
129MostakimaLubnaUSANorth Carolina State UniversityTemplate-free fabrication of carbon nanotube-polymer ultra porous nanostructures1. Mostakima Lubna
Ph.D. Candidate, Fiber and Polymer Science
North Carolina State University
2. Philip Bradford
Associate Professor, TECS
North Carolina State University
Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
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130DiegoCazorla-AmorosSpainUniversidad de AlicanteA COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TOWARDS THE KNOWLEDGE OF CATALYTIC SITES FOR OXYGEN REDUCTION REDUCTION IN N-DOPED CARBON MATERIALSDiego Cazorla-Amorós(1), Javier Quílez-Bermejo (1), Emilio San Fabián(2), Emilia Morallón(2)

1 Departamento de Química Inorgánica and Instituto de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain.
2 Departamento de Química Física and Instituto de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
131DiegoCazorla-AmorosSpainUniversidad de AlicanteHIGHLY EFFICIENT OXYGEN REDUCTION AND OXYGEN EVOLUTION REACTIONS BIFUNCTIONAL CATALYSTS BASED ON METAL-FREE N- AND P-CONTAINING CARBON MATERIALSDiego Cazorla-Amorós (1), Javier Quílez-Bermejo(1), Alessio Ghisolfi(1), Emilio San Fabián(2), Emilia Morallón(2)

1Departamento de Química Inorgánica and Instituto de Materiales. Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain.
2Departamento de Química Física and Instituto de Materiales. Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
132EmiliaMorallonSpainUniversity of AlicanteSynthesis of perovskites LaMn1-xCoxO3 supported on carbon materials and their application in the oxygen reduction reactionE. Morallón (1), J. Flores (1), F. Huerta (2), D. Cazorla-Amorós (3 )
(1) Dept. Química Física e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante.
Ap. 99, E-03080, Alicante, Spain
(2) Dept. Ingeniería Textil y Papelera, Universitat Politècnica de Valencia.
Plaza Ferrandiz y Carbonell, 1. E-03801, Alcoy, Spain
(3) Dept. Química Inorgánica e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante.
Ap. 99, E-03080, Alicante, Spain
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
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133EmiliaMorallonSpainUniversity of AlicanteElectrochemical Modification of Nanostructured Carbon Materials with N and P functionalitiesE. Morallón (1), A. Quintero-Jaime (1), D. Cazorla Amorós (2)

(1) Departamento de Química Física e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain
(2) Departamento de Química Inorgánica e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain

Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentKeynotelink
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134EmiliaMorallonSpainUniversity of AlicanteDevelopment of Carbon Nanotube-Based Electrochemical Biocatalyst by One-Step as Platform for BiosensingE. Morallón (1), A. Quintero-Jaime (1), F. Conzuelo (3), D. Cazorla Amorós (2), W. Schuhmann (3)

(1) Departamento de Química Física e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain
(2) Departamento de Química Inorgánica e Instituto Universitario de Materiales, Universidad de Alicante, Apartado 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain
(3) Analytical Chemistry – Center for Electrochemical Sciences (CES), Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Universitätβtrase. 150, D-44780 Bochum, Germany
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentOrallink
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135CristianContescuUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryKinetic studies on chronic and acute oxidation by water of matrix carbon for nuclear fuelYoonjo (Jo Jo) Lee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Robert Mee , University of Tennessee
Tyler Gerczak, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Cristian Contescu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
136NidiaGallegoUSAOAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORYCharacterization of Rayon Alternatives for the Production of CBCFNidia C. Gallego, Glenn R. Romanoski and George B. Ulrich

*Materials Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
137YasuhiroYamadaJapanChiba UniversityCarbonization mechanism of PMDA-ODA-type polyimideTomofumi Kato1, Yasuhiro Yamada1, Yasushi Nishikawa2, Satoshi Sato1
1Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
2Kaneka Corp., 5-1-1 Torikainishi, Settsu, Osaka 566-0072, Japan
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
138JenniferCarpena-NúñezUSABSA, Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton NY 11973 ; Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB OH 45433CVD Growth of Less-Common, Small-Diameter Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes using 2D-Zeolites as Catalyst SupportsAuthor List:
Jennifer Carpena-Núñez,1,2,* Rahul Rao,1,3 Donghun Kim,4 Dmitri Zakharov,2 J. Anibal Boscoboinik,2 Eric A. Stach,5 Michael Tsapatsis,4 Dario Stacchiola,2, † and Benji Maruyama1,‡

Affiliations:
1 Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH 45433.
2 Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 11973.
3 UES, Inc., Dayton, OH 45431.
4 Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
5 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
* † ‡ Corresponding authors

Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
139YannMagninUSAMITKerogen texture modeling, adsorption and transport propertiesYann Magnin, MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment, MIT, Cambridge, USA

J.M Leyssale, Institut des Sciences Moleculaires, CNRS, Bordeaux, France

N. Chanut, MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment, MIT, Cambridge, USA

F. Ulm, MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment, MIT, Cambridge, USA

R. Pellenq, MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment, MIT, Cambridge, USA
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
140YannMagninUSAMITSWCNT structural and chiral origin studied by computer simulationY. Magnin, MultiScale Materials Science for Energy and Environment, MIT, Cambridge, USA

H. Amara, Laboratoire d'Etude des Microstructures, ONERA-CNRS, Châtillon, France

C. Bichara, Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille, Aix-Marseille University & CNRS, Marseille, France

A. Loiseau, Laboratoire d'Etude des Microstructures, ONERA-CNRS, Châtillon, France

F. Ducastelle, Laboratoire d'Etude des Microstructures, ONERA-CNRS, Châtillon, France
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentKeynotelink
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141YasuhiroYamadaJapanChiba UniversityStructurally-controlled carbon materials with high pyridinic-nitrogen contentHaruki Tanaka,1 Yasuhiro Yamada,1 Shingo Kubo,2 Satoshi Sato1

1 Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
2 Research Support Center, Kagoshima University, 1-21-40 Korimoto, Kagoshima, 890-0065, Japan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
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142YasuhiroShuJapanOsaka UniversityFabrication of single atomic Co on N-doped graphene via sequential treatments and its electrocatalytic activity on oxygen reduction reactionYasuhiro Shu, Koji Miyake, Yexin Zhu, Yuichiro Hirota, Yoshiaki Uchida, Norikazu NishiyamaGraphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
143MiyawakiJinJapanKyushu universityPreparation of Carbon Nanofiber Using Chlorinated PVC/Isotropic Pitch Mixed Solutions by ElectrospinningDong-Yeon Ryu1, Koji Nakabayashi1,2, Jin Miyawaki1,2, and Seong-Ho Yoon1, 2.*

1Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580, Japan.
2Institute of Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580, Japan.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
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144AnaArenillasSpainINCAR-CSICDetermining the role of pore size in carbons for the photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants under solar irradiationA. Arenillas1*, J.A. Menendez1, J. Matos2,3*

1 Instituto Nacional del Carbon (INCAR-CSIC), Oviedo, Spain.
2 Bioenergy Department, Technological Development Unit, University of Concepción, Chile.
3 Millennium Nuclei on Catalytic Processes towards Sustainable Chemistry (CSC), Chile.
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
145BartolomeuVianaBrazilFederal University of PiauiValue Addition to Local Biomass: Synthesis of Activated Carbon from Babassu Mesocarp and Its Environmental ApplicationsBartolomeu Cruz Viana, Anupama Ghosh, Paloma Nayra da Silva Lima, Ariane Maria da Silva Santos, Claudia do Amaral Razzino, Rubens Costa Silva, Kazunori Fujisawa, Odair P. Ferreira, Anderson O. Lobo, Mauricio TerronesPorous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
146YasuhiroYamadaJapanChiba UniversityIsotropic pitch-based carbon fiber analyzed by spectroscopies and computationsYasuhiro Yamada1, Takahiro Senda1, Masakazu Morimoto2, Toshiaki Sogabe2, Noriko Nono2, Shingo Kubo3, Satoshi Sato1

1Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, 1-33 Yayoi, Inage, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
2Osaka Gas Chemicals Co., Ltd., 5-11-61 Torishima, Konohana, Osaka, 554-0051, Japan
3Research Support Center, Kagoshima University, 1-21-40 Korimoto, Kagoshima 890-0065, Japan
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
147YasushiSonedaJapanResearch Institute of Energy Frontier, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)Synthesis of graphite ultrathin films from sucroseYasushi SONEDA and Yuya Kado,
Research Institute of Energy Frontier, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
148CarlosFernandez RuizSpainUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid - Facultad de Ciencias - Chemical Engineering DepartmentCatalytic hydrodechlorination of chloroform to olefins with Pd supported on activated carbons obtained by chemical activation of ligninCarlos Fernández Ruiz(1), Jorge Bedia Matamoros(1), Sandra Andreoli(2), Juan José Rodríguez(1), Luisa María Gómez Sainero(1), Semih Eser(2)

(1): Chemical Engineering Department, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Campus de Cantonlanco, E-28049, Madrid, Spain

(2): EMS Energy Institute and Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering, Penn State University, 114A, Hosler Building, University Park, PA 16082, USA
Carbons for CatalysisStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
149SusanaMarquesCzech RepublicRegional Center of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Palacký UniversityCIGARETTE BUTT-BASED POROUS MATERIALS FOR ADSORPTION/PHOTOCATALYSIS OF AQUATIC POLLUTANTSSusana Cristina Roque Marques(1), Ivo Medřík(1), Claudia Aparicio(1), Vojtěch Kupka(1), Jan Filip(1), R. Zbořil1(1)

(1) Regional Center of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Palacký University
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
150VepikaKandjouUKMrThe enhancement of graphene oxide membranes' water purification performance and stability via covalent crosslinking with p-phenylenediamineVepika Kandjou, Ana M. Perez-Mas, B. Acevedo, M. Hernaez, Andrew G. Mayes and Sonia Melendi-Espina

Affiliations: 1 Engineering, Faculty of Science. University of East Anglia, Norwich, England (UK)

2 School of Chemistry. Faculty of Science University of East Anglia, Norwich, England (UK)
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
151VepikaKandjouUKMrThe impact of sonication on graphene oxide's physicochemical properties and nanofiltration performance of covalently crosslinked membranesV. Kandjou, B. Acevedo, J.M Munuera, J.I Paredes, M Hernaez, A.G Mayes, S. Melendi-Espina

Affiliations:

Engineering, Faculty of Science. University of East Anglia, Norwich, England (UK)

2 School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science University of East Anglia, Norwich, England (UK)
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
152NarayanShirolkarUSAGeorgia Institute of TechnologyStudy of structural evolution in low-density, high-strength and high-modulus hollow carbon fibers during continuous stabilization and carbonizationNarayan Shirolkar, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332

Adam Maffe, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Edward DiLoreto, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Pedro Arias-Monje, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Mingxuan Lu, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Jyotsna Ramachandran, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Prabhakar Gulgunje, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Kishor Gupta, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332

Thomas Tsotsis, The Boeing Company, 5301 Bolsa Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92647, USA

Satish Kumar, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
153SylvieBonnamyFranceCNRS/University of OrleansBiomimetic strontium-substituted hydroxyapatite deposited on carbon fiber scaffold for bone regenerationBonnamy, S 1, Olivier, F 1, Picard, Q 1, Delpeux, S 1, Chancolon, J 1, Warmont, F 1, Sarou-Kanian, 2, Fayon, F 2, Drouet, C 3, Rochet, N 4,

1 ICMN UMR 7374, CNRS, Univ. Orléans, France
2 CEMHTI UPR 3079, CNRS, Univ. Orléans, France
3 CIRIMAT, CNRS, INPT, UPS, ENSIACET, Univ. Toulouse, France
4 Institut de Biologie Valrose, CNRS, INSERM, Nice, France
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentOrallink
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154IndrekKulaotsUSABrown UniversityOptimal conditions for the large-scale generation of graphene-based materials through thermal exfoliation of graphite oxide filmsIndrek Kulaots, Cintia J.B. DeCastilho, Sara Berhane and Robert Hurt Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
157Arvind KumarBhaktaBelgiumUniversity of Namur, BelgiumAryl diazonium group functionalized multi-wall carbon nanotubes: a novel surface to anchor nanoparticles for various applicationsArvind Kumar Bhakta

Laboratory of Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Surfaces, Namur Institute of Structured Matter, University of Namur, 61 Rue de Bruxelles, B-5000 Namur, Belgium
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
158FengLIChinaInstitute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Science Carbon for Better Lithium-Sulfur BatteriesRP Fang, GJ Hu, ZH Sun, H-M Cheng, F LiCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
159LuisLoboPortugalUniversidade Nova de LisboaCarbon nanotubes growth rate: Explaining negative temperature dependance and Pt, Pd role.Luis Sousa Lobo
Requimte Research Center
Chemistry Department
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
2829-516 Caparica, Portugal
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
160SajaAl-ajrashUSAuniversity of daytonStructural and Oxidation Resistance Enhancement of Carbon Nano-Fibers by Silicon Nano-Particles IncorporationSaja M Nabat Al-Ajrash
Khalid Lafdi
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
161ShrilekhaSawantIndiaPhD scholarBoron Doped Carbon Nanotubes: Synthesis, Kinetics and Reaction mechanismShrilekha V. Sawant (PhD student, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India)
Kinshuk Dasgupta (Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai, India)
Ashwin W. Patwardhan (Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India)
Jyeshthraj B. Joshi (Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India)
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
162VladimirPavlenkoPolandPoznań University of TechnologyEffect of carbon porous texture on the phase transitions of nanoconfined ionic liquidsVladimir Pavlenko *
Barbara Górska *
François Béguin *
* Poznan University of Technology, Berdychowo 4, 60-965 Poznan, Poland
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
163StefaniaSandovalSpainInstitute of Materials Science of BarcelonaSYNTHESIS OF TUBULAR VAN DER WAALS HETEROSTRUCTURES BY CARBON NANOTUBE TEMPLATE ASSISTED GROWTH OF SINGLE-LAYERED INORGANIC NANOTUBES.Stefania Sandoval,1 Dejan Kepić,1 Ángel Pérez del Pino,1 Enikö György,1 Elzbieta Pach,2 Andrés Gómez,1 Markus Martincic,1 Martin Pfannmoeller,3 Gustaaf Van Tendeloo,3 Belén Ballesteros2 and Gerard Tobias.1

1Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), Campus de la UAB, 08193 Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain. 2Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology. 3Electron Microscopy for Materials Research (EMAT), University of Antwerp, Groenenborgerlaan 171, 2020 Antwerp, Belgium.
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
164FeiXuChinaNorthwestern Polytechnical UniversityGraphene supported laser generated size-tailored nanocrystals for sodium storage favoured by downsizing-promoted kineticsFei Xu, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Technische Universität Dresden
Xiaosa Xu, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Youxun Xu, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Stefan Kaskel, Technische Universität Dresden
Hongqiang Wang, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
165GulmiraYar-MukhamedovaKazakhstanAl-Farabi Kazakh National University, IETPINFLUENCE OF CARBON NANOTUBE FILLERS ON CHANGE OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYIMIDE COMPOSITE FILMSGulmira Yar-Mukhamedova, Abyl Muradov, Kanat Mukashev, Shynaray MyrzakulNanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
167AndreasHeckmannGermanyMEET Battery Research Center, University of MünsterIdentification of Capacity Fading Mechanisms in Dual-Ion Batteries and Development of CountermeasuresAndreas Heckmanna, Bastian Heidrich [a], Lukas Haneke [a], Kolja Beltrop [a],Martin Winter [a],[b], Tobias Placke [a],

[a] University of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Corrensstrasse 46, 48149 Münster, Germany
[b] Helmholtz Institute Münster, IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH,
Corrensstraße 46, 48149 Münster, Germany
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
168ZHENMINGLUChinaTsinghua University,Beijing, ChinaThe Analysis of Influence Factors on anisotropy of graphite matrix materialsLU Zhenming*, SONG Jing,LI Jianghua,Chen Xiaotong,
ZHANG KaiHong, ZHANG Jie, ZHOU Xiangwen, LIU Bing
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
170KazumaGotohJapanOkayama University, JapanOperando NMR analysis of Li plating on graphite and hard carbon electrodesKazuma Gotoh, Okayama University
Ishin Nishimura, Okayama University
Tomu Yamakami, Okayama University
Hina Kometani, Okayama University
Hiroyuki Ishida, Okayama University
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
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171SvenGrätzGermanyTU Dresden, Professur für Anorganische Chemie IMECHANOCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF N-DOPED POROUS CARBONSSven Grätz, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Lars Borchardt TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Mirian Casco, TU Dresden/Germany;
Christina Schneidermann, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Desirée Leistenschneider, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
172LarsBorchardtGermanyTU Dresden, Professur für Anorganische Chemie IEXPLORING ION MOBILITY IN POROUS MODEL CARBONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR SUPERCAPACITORSLars Borchardt, TU Dresden, Dresden/GermanyCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
173SvenGrätzGermanyTU Dresden, Professur für Anorganische Chemie IDIRECT EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF CONFINED METHANE HYDRATE IN HYDROPHILIC AND HYDROPHOBIC MODEL CARBONSMirian Casco, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Sven Grätz, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Simon Krause, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany;
Lars Borchardt, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
174NikolayPrikhodkoKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion ProblemsRESEARCH OF THE EFFECT OF THE CONDITIONS OF SYNTHESIS OF CARBON MATERIAL FROM RICE HUSK ON THE ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE SUPERCONDENSATOR ELECTRODESPrikhodko, N1,2, Lesbayev, B1,3, Yeleuov, М1,4, Taurbekov, А1, Temirgaliyeva, T1,3,Turganbay, A1,3, UstayevaG1,3,Nazhipkyzy, M1,3, Mansurov, Z1,3

1 Institute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, Kazakhstan
2Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, Almaty, Kazakhstan
3 Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,Almaty, Kazakhstan
4Satbayev University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
176CristianCONTESCUUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryUsing gas adsorption for probing defective surface structures in neutron-irradiated nuclear graphiteCristian Contescu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Nidia Gallego, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Jose D Arregui-Mena, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Tim Burchell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
177Han-IkJohKoreaKonkuk UniversityStudy on the active sulfur site of thiomolybdate clusters on carbon nanotubes for hydrogen evolution reactionHan-Ik Joh1, and Sungho Lee2,*
1Department of Energy Engineering, Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
2Carbon Convergence Materials Research Center, Institute of Advanced Composite Materials, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Jeollabukdo, Republic of Korea
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
178RadovanKukobatKoreaShinshu UniversityGlass/SWCNT flexible transparent and conducting filmsRadovan Kukobat,1 Takuya Hayashi,2 and Katsumi Kaneko1
1Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Nagano380-8553, Japan
2Department of the Electrical Engineering, Shinshu University, Nagano 380-8553, Japan
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
179DraganaStevi?KoreaShinshu UniversityDispersion state of SWCNTs: From diluted to concentrated SWCNT inksDragana Stevic,1 Radovan Kukobat,1 and Katsumi Kaneko1
1Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Nagano380-8553, Japan
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
180YusikMyungKoreaGachon UniversityFlexible Microsupercapacitors with Flash Lamp Processed Graphene-Carbon Nanotube ElectrodesTaeYoung Kim, Department of Bionanotechnology, Gachon University
Yusik Myung, Department of Bionanotechnology, Gachon University
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
182AldonaKostuchPolandFaculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Gronostajowa 2, 30-387 Krakow, PolandModification of carbon supports for promotion the oxygen reduction reaction over spinel electrocatalystsAldona Kostuch (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland); Joanna Gryboś (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland); Szymon Wierzbicki (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland); Zbigniew Sojka (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland); Krzysztof Kruczała (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland)Carbons for CatalysisStudentPosterlink
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183Vijay BahadurYadavIndiaIndira Gandhi Delhi Technical University For WomensSYNTHESIS OF CNT-CLAY NANOCOMPOSITE FOR APPLICATION IN As (III) REMOVAL FROM WATER1- Vijay Bahadur Yadav
1- Ranu Gadi
2- Sippy Kalra
Affiliations:
1- Indira Gandhi Delhi technical University for Women's, Delhi, India
2- Council of Scientific and Industrial research- Central Road Research Institute, Delhi, India
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
187Miguel A.GilarranzSpainUniversidad Autónoma de MadridCarbon-supported Pt catalysts for the treatment and valorisation of brewery wastewater through aqueous phase reforming in alkaline mediumM.A. Gilarranz, A.S. Oliveira, J.A. Baeza, D. Garcia de Antonio, F. Heras, B. Saenz de Miera, L. Calvo, J.J. Rodríguez. Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 28049 Madrid, Spain
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentKeynotelink
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188Miguel A.GilarranzSpainUniversidad Autónoma de MadridStudy of the deactivation of carbon-supported mono- and bimetallic catalysts used in the aqueous phase reforming of brewery wastewaterM.A. Gilarranz, A.S. Oliveira, J.A. Baeza, L. Calvo, F. Heras, J.J. Rodríguez. Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 28049 Madrid, Spain
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
189SusanSinnottUSAPenn State UniversityEngineering the Properties of 2D Carbide StructuresSusan B. SinnottNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
193.1MeruyertNazhipkyzyKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion Problems, al-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityFABRICATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL BASED ON MULTIWALL CARBON NANOTUBES OBTAINED ON DIATOMITE SUBSTRATENazhipkyzy Meruyert*, Nurgain Araylim, Temirgaliyeva Tolganay Serikovna, Zhalgasbaikyzy Aigerim,
Zhaparova Aizhan Armanovna, Lesbayev Bakhytzhan Tastanovich, Prikhodko Nikholay Georgievich, Mansurov Zulkhair Aimuhametovich

Institute of Combustion Problems, The laboratory “Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials in flame”,
Bogenbai Batyr str., 172, 050012, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, st. Baitursunov 126, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
193.2MeruyertNazhipkyzyKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion Problems, al-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityFABRICATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL BASED ON MULTIWALL CARBON NANOTUBES OBTAINED ON DIATOMITE SUBSTRATENazhipkyzy Meruyert*, Nurgain Araylim, Temirgaliyeva Tolganay Serikovna, Zhalgasbaikyzy Aigerim,
Zhaparova Aizhan Armanovna, Lesbayev Bakhytzhan Tastanovich, Prikhodko Nikholay Georgievich, Mansurov Zulkhair Aimuhametovich

Institute of Combustion Problems, The laboratory “Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials in flame”,
Bogenbai Batyr str., 172, 050012, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, st. Baitursunov 126, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
194Ernestode la TorreEcuadorEscuela Politécnica NacionalIMPROVEMENT OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ACTIVATED CARBONS USED CARBON IN PULP PROCESS FOR GOLD RECOVERYChristian Feijoo; cyfl@hotmail.es; Escuela Politécnica Nacional
Rafael Uribe; rafael.uribe@epn.edu.ec; Escuela Politécnica Nacional
Sebastián Gámez; sebastian.gamez@epn.edu.ec; Escuela Politécnica Nacional
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
195Šar?nasMasysLithuaniaInstitute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius UniversityComputational study on the electronic g-tensors of nanodiamondsÅ arÅ«nas Masys and Jelena TamulienÄ—

Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius University, SaulÄ—tekio Avenue 3,
LT-10257 Vilnius, Lithuania
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
196JacobMartinUKUniversity of CambridgeFlexoelectricity and the electrical aspects of carbon formation in flamesJacob W. Martin,1,2 * Maria Botero,1 Radomir Slavchov,1 Kimberly Bowal,1 Jethro Akroyd,1 Sebastian Mosbach1 and Markus Kraft1,2,3
1Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, West Site, Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge, CB3 0AS, United Kingdom
2Cambridge centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore, 637459.
3School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 637459.
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
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197.1JacobMartinUKUniversity of CambridgeUnderstanding the lack of fullerenes in fullerene-like carbonsJacob W. Martin,1,2 * Leonard Nyadong,3 Caterina Ducati,4 Merilyn Manley-Harris,5 Alan G. Marshall,6 and Markus Kraft1,2,7
1Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, West Site, Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge, CB3 0AS, United Kingdom 2Cambridge centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore, 637459. 3Phillips 66 Research Center, OK 74003-6607, United States. 4Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. 5School of Science, University of Waikato, New Zealand. 6National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University, FL 32310-4005, United States. 7School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 637459.
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentOrallink
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197.2JacobMartinUKUniversity of CambridgeTopology of disordered graphene networksJacob W. Martin,​1​* Carla de Tomas,​2​ Irene Suarez-Martinez,​2 ​Markus Kraft​1​ and Nigel Marks​2 Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
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198CarlosLeon y LeonUSAMorgan Advanced MaterialsCarbon Monoxide Capture by Activated Coconut Shell Carbon: Temperature-Programmed Chemisorption and Physisorption Experiments[POSTER SESSION] Ekaterina Bazilevskaya (1), Senorpe Asem-Hiablie (2), Carlos A. Leon y Leon (*3 - Presenting), Mark Horn (2) and Esther Obonyo (2)

(1) Materials Characterization Lab, Materials Research Institute, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, USA.
(2) Engineering Design and Architectural Engineering Dept., The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, USA.
(3) Carbon Science Centre of Excellence, Morgan Advanced Materials, State College, PA 16803, USA.
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
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199DiegoCazorla-AmorosSpainUniversidad de AlicanteSILICA-TEMPLATED ORDERED MESOPOROUS N-DOPED CARBON THIN FILMS. A HIGHLY EFFICIENT CATALYST TOWARDS OXYGEN REDUCTION REACTIONDiego Cazorla-Amorós(1), Javier Quílez-Bermejo (1), Emilia Morallón (2)

1 Departamento de Química Inorgánica and Instituto de Materiales. Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain.
2 Departamento de Química Física and Instituto de Materiales. Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
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200JacekJagielloUSAMicromeritics Instrument CorporationA new approach to characterization of carbon pore structureJacek Jagiello* and Jeffrey Kenvin
Micromeritics Instrument Corporation, Norcross, Georgia, USA
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
201MasahiroToyodaJapanOita UniversityActivation of carbon fiber prepared from coal extract (HPC) by electro-spinning method and its EDLC characteristicsMasahiro Toyoda(1), Hiroaki Watanabe(1), Naoki Kikuchi(2), Maki Hamaguchi(2), Toshinori Inoue(3), Tomoki Tsumura(1),
(1): Oita University1, (2): Kobe Steel, Ltd., Kobelco,
(3): Research Institute, Inc.,
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
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202ChiekoAbeJapanGraduate school of engineering, Oita UnivPreparation and evaluation of polyamine-derived nitrogen-doped porous carbonChieko Abe (Graduate school of engineering, Oita Univ), Taro Kinumoto (Graduate school of engineering, Oita Univ), Tsumura Tsumura (Graduate school of engineering, Oita Univ), Masahiro Toyoda (Graduate school of engineering, Oita Univ)Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
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203Javier AlanQuezada RenteriMexicoIPICYTTuning the Properties of Electrochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide Films for Their Use as Anticorrosive Coatings for Steel ProtectionJavier A. Quezada-Renteria, Environmental Science Division, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (IPICYT), Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col. Lomas 4ª Sección, C.P. 78216, San Luis Potosí, SLP, México
Conchi O. Ania, POR2E Group, CEMHTI, CNRS (UPR 3079), Univ. Orleans, Orléans, 4571, France
Luis f. Chazaro-Ruiz, Environmental Science Division, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (IPICYT), Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col. Lomas 4ª Sección, C.P. 78216, San Luis Potosí, SLP, México
Jose R. Rangel-Mendez, Environmental Science Division, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (IPICYT), Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col. Lomas 4ª Sección, C.P. 78216, San Luis Potosí, SLP, México
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
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204HirokiShimanoeJapanKyushu UniversityIMPROVEMENT OF LOW TEMPERATURE RATE PERFORMANCE OF GRAPHITE ANODE OF LITHIUM ION BATTERY THROUGH THE COAL TAR DERIVED AMORPHOUS CARBON COATINGHiroki Shimanoe1, Kazuki Ito1, Koji Nakabayashi1, 2,
Jin Miyawaki1, 2, Seong-Ho Yoon1, 2

1 Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
2 Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
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205HirokiShimanoeJapanKyushu UniversityDEVELOPMENT OF HYPER COAL DERIVED MESOPHASE PITCH BASED CARBON FIBERHiroki Shimanoe1*, Toshinori Inoue2, Maki Hamaguchi3, Koji Nakabayashi1, 4,
Jin Miyawaki1, 4, Seong-Ho Yoon1, 4

1 Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
2 KOBELCO RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC., Kobe, 651-2271 Hyogo, JAPAN,
3 KOBE STEEL, LTD., Takasago, 676-8670 Hyogo, JAPAN
4 Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentKeynotelink
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206HirokiShimanoeJapanKyushu UniversityDEVELOPMENT OF SPINNABLE MESOPHASE PITCH USING ETHYLENE BOTTOM OIL WITHOUT HYDROGENATIONHiroki Shimanoe1, Hideki Nakashima1, Koji Nakabayashi1, 2,
Jin Miyawaki1, 2, Seong-Ho Yoon1, 2

1 Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
2 Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Kasuga, 816-8580 Fukuoka, JAPAN
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
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208AristeidisBakandritsosCzech RepublicRegional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech RepublicCyanographene as Support for Mixed-Valence Cooperative Single-Atom-Catalysis.Aristides Bakandritsos,1 Ravishankar G. Kadam,1 Pawan Kumar,1 Giorgio Zoppellaro,1 Miroslav Medveď,1 Jiří Tuček,1, Tiziano Montini,2 Rajender S. Varma,1 Michal Otyepka,1 Manoj B. Gawande,1 Paolo Fornasiero,2 and Radek Zbořil, 1

1.Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Department of Physical Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc
Šlechtitelů 27, 783 71 Olomouc, Czech Republic
2. Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, INSTM Trieste Research Unit and ICCOM-CNR Trieste Research Unit, University of Trieste
via L. Giorgieri 1, I-34127 Trieste, Italy
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
211RyunosukeOkudaJapanDepartment of Molecular and Material Sciences, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka, 816-8580, JapanSurface microstructure control of nitrogen-doped carbon derived from chitosanRyunosuke Okuda, Koichi Suematsu, Ken Watanabe, Kengo ShimanoeCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
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212ZongbinZhaoChinaDalian University of TechnologyH2S Oxidation over Atomic Cobalt Modified Nitrogen-Rich Hierarchical Porous Carbon Nanofibers: Efficient Desulfurization and High-Performance Li-S BatteriesZongbin Zhao, Minghui Sun, Xuzhen Wang, Xin Pan, Yong Li, Jieshan QiuNanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
213TakashiMashioJapanKyushu UniversityDevelopment of Carbon-Coated Alumina Support for HydrodemetallizationTakashi Mashio1, Takuya Ito1, Koji Nakabayashi1, 2, Jin Miyawaki1, 2, 3, and Seong-Ho Yoon1, 2*

1Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Science, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580, Japan.
2Institute of Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka 816-8580, Japan.
3 International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan.
Carbons for CatalysisStudentOrallink
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214AnaArenillasSpainINCAR-CSICModulating the degree of structural ordering of carbon gelsM. Canal-Rodríguez, L.A. Ramírez-Montoya, S.F. Villanueva, S.L. Flores-López, M.A. Montes-Morán, J.A. Menéndez, A. ArenillasCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
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215AnaArenillasSpainINCAR-CSICTortuosity of the porous structure of carbon gelsS.L. Flores-López, L.A. Ramírez-Montoya, M.A. Montes-Morán, J.A. Menéndez, A. Arenillas*Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
217Sang-WooKimKoreaKorea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)The Sizing Material for Polyamide-6 CFRTP Produced by Reactive ProcessingSANG-WOO KIM (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))
JUNGWAN LEE (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))
TEAHOON PARK (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))
MOON-KWANG UM (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))
JIN-WOO YI (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
219JimenaCastro-GutierrezFranceInstitut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Epinal, FranceActivated mesoporous carbons derived from tannin as electrodes for supercapacitorsJimena Castro-Gutiérrez (1), Noel Díez (2), Marta Sevilla (2), María Teresa Izquierdo (3), Jaafar Ghanbaja (4), Alain Celzard (1), Vanessa Fierro (1)

(1) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
(2) Instituto Nacional del Carbón (CSIC), P.O. Box 73, Oviedo, 33080, Spain
(3) Instituto de Carboquímica, ICB-CSIC, Miguel Luesma Castan, 4, 50018 Zaragoza, Spain
(4) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
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220AaronMorelos-GomezJapanShinshu UniversityEffective fullerene-based oil in high-performance lubricationAaron Morelos-Gomez, Kunio Kondo, Hiroshi Ushiyama, Kazuhiro Omori, Ryuji Monden, Yu Gao, Masumi Kuritani, Taiki Yokokawa, Rodolfo Cruz-Silva, Syogo Tejima, Mauricio Terrones and Morinobu EndoNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
222RikaMatsumotoJapanTokyo Polytechnic UniversityCharacterization of carbon films prepared from polyimide films at different heat-treatment temperatures and their intercalation behaviorRika Matsumoto (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Toshiaki Sakuraba (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Gaku Kidokoro (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Yasushi Nishikawa (KANEKA Corp.)Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
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223YasuhiroYamadaJapanChiba UniversityCarbon materials with zigzag and armchair edgesYasuhiro Yamada,1 Miki Kawai,1 Hideki Yorimitsu,2 Shinya Otsuka,2 Motoharu Takanashi,3 Satoshi Sato1

1 Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, Chiba 263-8522, Japan
2 Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502, Japan
3 Instrumental Analysis Center, Yokohama National University, Kanagawa 240-0067, Japan
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
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224.1MeruyertNazhipkyzyKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion Problems, al-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityFABRICATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL BASED ON MULTIWALL CARBON NANOTUBES OBTAINED ON DIATOMITE SUBSTRATE1. Nazhipkyzy M*, Nurgain A., Temirgaliyeva T.S., Zhalgasbaikyzy A.,
Zhaparova A.A., Lesbayev B.T., Prikhodko N., Mansurov Z.A.
Institute of Combustion Problems, The laboratory “Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials in flame”,
Bogenbai Batyr str., 172, 050012, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, st. Baitursunov 126, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

2. M.R.Kerimkulova, F.E. Kozybayeva, Z.A. Mansurov, J.O. Oshakbaeva, M. Nazhipkyzy

Kazakh National Agrarian university, 8 Abai Str, 050010 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Kazakh Research Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry after U.U. Uspanov, 75 B, Al-Farabi Str, 050060 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Institute of Combustion Problems, 172 Bogenbay batyr Str, 050012 Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan


Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
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224.2MeruyertNazhipkyzyKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion Problems, al-Farabi Kazakh National University2. EFFECT OF BIOCHAR ON AGROCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL INDICATORS OF SOIL1. Nazhipkyzy M*, Nurgain A., Temirgaliyeva T.S., Zhalgasbaikyzy A.,
Zhaparova A.A., Lesbayev B.T., Prikhodko N., Mansurov Z.A.
Institute of Combustion Problems, The laboratory “Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials in flame”,
Bogenbai Batyr str., 172, 050012, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, st. Baitursunov 126, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

2. M.R.Kerimkulova, F.E. Kozybayeva, Z.A. Mansurov, J.O. Oshakbaeva, M. Nazhipkyzy

Kazakh National Agrarian university, 8 Abai Str, 050010 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Kazakh Research Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry after U.U. Uspanov, 75 B, Al-Farabi Str, 050060 Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Institute of Combustion Problems, 172 Bogenbay batyr Str, 050012 Almaty,
the Republic of Kazakhstan

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of chemistry and chemical technology, Department of chemical physics and material science, Al-Farabi avenue 71, 050038, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan


Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
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225HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyOne-step synthesis of spherical Si/C composite with onion-like buffer structure as a high-performance anode material for lithium-ion batteriesHuaihe Song*, Dengke Wang, Chunli Zhou, Bin Cao, Yucheng Xu, Donghai Zhang, Ang Li, Xiaohong Chen
State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Electrochemical Process and Technology for Materials, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, 100029, P. R. China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
226HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyStructural evolution and supercapacitor performance of carbon blacks at thermal oxidation treatmentHuaihe Song1*, Lihui Zhang1, Chengwei Fan2, Su Zhang2, Yifan Liu1, Xiaohong Chen1, Dianzeng Jia2*
1.State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Electrochemical Process and Technology for Materials, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, 100029, P. R. China
2 Key Laboratory of Energy Materials Chemistry, Ministry of Education; Key Laboratory of Advanced Functional Materials, Autonomous Region; Institute of Applied Chemistry, Xinjiang University, Urumqi, 830046, P. R. China.
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
227HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyA facile synthesis of pitch-based carbon microbeads and its superior performance for sodium-ion batteriesHuaihe Song8, Man Yuan, Bin Cao, Zhaokun Ma, Xiaohong Chen

State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing Key Laboratory of Electrochemical Process and Technology for Materials, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, 100029, P. R. China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
228StevenD'SouzaUSAArizona State UniversityFunctionalization of commercial carbon for superior capacitance enhancement1) Steven R. D'Souza
School for Engineering of Matter, Transport & Energy, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, United States
2) Professor Jerry Lin
Department of Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, United States
3) Professor Jingyue Liu
Department of Physics, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, United
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
229Astrid RoxannaMoreno MarencoColombiaUniversidad Nacional de ColombiaCalorimetric study of adsorbate-adsorbent interactions in the methylparaben adsorption process on activated carbonsAstrid Roxanna Moreno-Marenco. Dept. Química. Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Liliana Giraldo. Dept. Química. Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján. Dept. Química. Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad de los Andes.
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
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231JacobMartinUKUniversity of CambridgeDegree of crosslinking in combustion carbonsLaura Pascazio (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK)
Jacob W. Martin (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK; Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore)
Kimberly Bowal (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK)
Markus Kraft (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK; Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore; School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
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232Diego AndresReyes RodriguezColombiaUniverdsidad Libre de ColombiaEvaluation of the pyrolysis process and co-pyrolysis of palm and tires used in an atmosphere of CO2Diego Andrés Reyes Rodríguez - Mechanical Engineering Student
Omar Yesid Reyes Trejos -Mechanical Engineering Student
Gabriel Camargo Vargas- Chemical engineer
Juan Carlos Moreno Pirajan- Chemical engineer
Liliana Giraldo - Chemical engineer
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
233RodolfoCruz-SilvaJapanSinshu UniversityNanocomposite membranes of multiwalled carbon nanotubes and aromatic polyamide: antifouling and chlorine resistance propertiesRodolfo Cruz-Silva†‡, Auppatham Nakaruk†, Yoshihiro Takizawa†, Michio Katouda†§, Ayaka Yamanaka†§, ‡, Josue Ortiz-Medina†‡, Aaron Morelos-Gomez†‡, Syogo Tejima†§, Michiko Obata‡, Kenji Takeuchi†‡, Toru Noguchi, †‡, Takuya Hayashi†‡, Mauricio Terrones‡∥, and Morinobu Endo†‡
†Global Aqua Innovation Center and‡Institute of Carbon Science and Technology, Shinshu University, 4-17-1 Wakasato, Nagano 380-8553, Japan
§ Research Organization for Information Science & Technology, 2-32-3, Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0001, Japan
∥ Department of Physics, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and Department of Chemistry. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802, United States
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
235NoeliaAlonso-MoralesSpainUniversidad Autónoma de MadridFormation of composite coatings by electrochemical co-deposition of gold and carbon nanocapsules Noelia Alonso-Morales(1)
Anna Igual Muñoz (2)
José Palomar (1)
Miguel Angel Gilarranz (1)
Stefano Mischler (2)

(1) Chemical Engineering Department, Autónoma University of Madrid,
Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain

(2)Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Tribology and Interface Chemistry Group, EPFL SCI STI SM, Station 12, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
236NoeliaAlonso-MoralesSpainUniversidad Autónoma de MadridTemplated and activated carbons for the adsorption and controlled release of drugsNoelia Alonso-Morales
María Inés Avila
Miguel Angel Gilarranz

Chemical Engineering Department, Autónoma University of Madrid, Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
237.1BagilaBaitimbetovaKazakhstanSatbayev Kazakh National Technical university1 ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE IN GRAPHENE STRUCTURESBaitimbetova B. A., Ryabikin Yu. A., Serikkanov A.S., Tileuberdi E. Lebedev I.A
Satbaev Kazakh National Tecnical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050013
Physical-Technical Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050032
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
237.2BagilaBaitimbetovaKazakhstanSatbayev Kazakh National Technical universityEPR SIGNAL OF CARBON FILMS ON SOME SUBSTRATESBaitimbetova B. A., Ryabikin Yu. A., Serikkanov A.S., Tileuberdi E. Lebedev I.A
Satbaev Kazakh National Tecnical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050013
Physical-Technical Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050032
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
239JaegeunLeeUSAUniversity of PittsburghData-driven approach for reducing variability in chemical vapor deposition of carbon nanotube forests based on dynamic cycling of temperature and pressureJaegeun Lee
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Moataz Abdulhafez
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Mostafa Bedewy*
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
240JaegeunLeeUSAUniversity of PittsburghDependence of carbon nanotube forest density on nucleation temperature in dynamic chemical vapor deposition recipesJaegeun Lee
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Moataz Abdulhafez
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Mostafa Bedewy*
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
241Teresa JBandoszUSAThe City College of New YorkOxygen electroreduction on nanoporous carbons: Textural features vs nitrogen and boron catalytic centersTeresa J. Bandosz, Marc Florent, Rajiv Wallace and

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The City College of New York, New York, NY 10031, USA.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
242Teresa JBandoszUSAThe City College of New YorkExploring the effect of biosolid addition on the properties of porous carbonaceous adsorbents Marc Florent, Alfonso Policicchio, and Teresa J. Bandosz*

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The City College of New York, New York, NY 10031, USA; E-mail:tbandosz@ccny.cuny.edu
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
243AndreaOyarzúnChileUniversidad of MagallanesGRAPHENE REACTIONS WITH WATER AND CARBON DIOXIDE ON ARMCHAIR SITESAndrea M. Oyarzún-Aravena, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile
Catalina A. Gottschalk-Ojeda, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
244AnastasiiaMikhalchanSpainIMDEA Materials Institute, Madrid, SpainAligned CNT fibres and multifilament fabrics: mechanical analysis and integration into structural compositesAnastasiia Mikhalchan (1), Juan Carlos Fernández-Toribio (1,2), Cleis Santos (1), Álvaro Ridruejo (2), Juan J. Vilatela (1)
(1) IMDEA Materials Institute, C/ Eric Kandel 2, Getafe, Madrid, Spain 28906
(2) Department of Materials Science, Polytechnic University of Madrid, C/ Profesor Aranguren 3, Madrid, Spain 28040
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
245AlineCastilho RodriguesBrazilNational Institute of Space ResearchEffect of oxidation time and iron electroless deposition on carbon felt for supercapacitor applicationsManuella Gobbo de Castro Munhoz
Aline Castilho Rodrigues
Jossano Saldanha Marcuzzo
Guilherme Frederico Bernardes Lenz e Silva
Gisele Aparecida Amaral-Labat
Mauricio Ribeiro Baldan
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
246AndreaOyarzúnChileUniversidad de MagallanesCURVATURE EFFECTS ON THE REACTIVITY OF NANOMATERIALSAndrea M. Oyarzún-Aravena, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile
Iván Ignacio Moya-Barría, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
248AkihitoKitazakiJapanGraduate School of Engineering, Oita UniversityHydrogen Storage Properties of Magnesium Oxide- and Nickel-Templated Porous CarbonsAkihito Kitazaki (Oita University – Graduate School of Engineering); Taro Kinumoto (Oita University – Faculty of Science and Technology); Tomoki Tsumura (Oita University – Faculty of Science and Technology); Masahiro Toyoda (Oita University – Faculty of Science and Technology)Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
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249JihyunYoonKoreaSeoul National UniversityCoaxially electrospun PANi-silver composite nanofibers for stretchable electrochromic devicesJihyun Yoon, Jun Ho Myung, Yongsan An, Doyoung Kim, Woong-Ryeol YuCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
250MohitKumarKoreaSungkyunkwan UniversityNickel Copper Alloy Nanoparticles Embedded 3D Carbon Matrix for Electrochemical Energy StorageMohit Kumar, Dong In Jeong, Dae Ho Yoon*Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
252KojiMiyakeJapanOsaka UniversitySynthesis of Co/N doped microporous carbon using Co/2-methylimidazole anchored zeolite YYexin Zhu, Koji Miyake, Yasuhiro Shu, Yuichiro Hirota, Yoshiaki Uchida and Norikazu NishiyamaPorous CarbonsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
255KaixiLiChina Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of SciencesMillimeter-sized pitch-based spherical activated carbons with small mesopores for CO2 captureDongdong Zhang †,‡, Nan Tang †, Taotao Guan †,‡, Jianlong Wang †,‡ and Kaixi Li †,‡*
† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, China
‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, China
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
256KaixiLiChinaInstitute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of SciencesTemplate-free fabrication of pitch-based carbon nanosheets with tunable mesopores by mild modification for all-solid-state supercapacitorsGuoli zhang †,‡, Yongxin Li§*, Taotao Guan †,‡, Jianlong Wang †,‡ and Kaixi Li †,‡*
† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China
‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR China
§ Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Advanced Catalytic Materials and Technology, School of Petrochemical Engineering, Changzhou University, Changzhou 213164, PR China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
257KaixiLiChina† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China ‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR ChinaRadicals produced by 2,3-Dimethyl-2,3-diphenylbutane for homogeneously rapid stabilization of coal tar pitchGuoli zhang †,‡, Taotao Guan †,‡, Jianlong Wang †,‡ and Kaixi Li †,‡*
† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China
‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR China
*Corresponding author
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
258KaixiLiChina† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China ‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR ChinaInsight into the development of 2~4 nm mesopores in KOH-activated hierarchical porous carbons: the role of small polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons moleculesTaotao Guan†,‡, Yongxin Li§*, Guoli zhang†,‡, Jianlong Wang†,‡ and Kaixi Li†,‡*
† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China
‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR China
§ Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Advanced Catalytic Materials and Technology, School of Petrochemical Engineering, Changzhou University, Changzhou 213164, PR China
*Corresponding authors
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
259KaixiLiChina† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China ‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR China § Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Advanced Catalytic Materials and Technology, School of Petrochemical Engineering, Changzhou University, Changzhou 213164, PR ChinaPromoting homogeneous stabilization of coal tar pitch through Friedel-Crafts crosslinking reactionTaotao Guan†,‡, Yongxin Li§*, Guoli zhang†,‡, Jianlong Wang†,‡ and Kaixi Li†,‡*
† Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 27 Taoyuan South Road, Taiyuan 030001, PR China
‡ Center of Materials Science and Optoelectronics Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 010049, PR China
§ Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Advanced Catalytic Materials and Technology, School of Petrochemical Engineering, Changzhou University, Changzhou 213164, PR China
*Corresponding authors
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
261James P.OlivierUSAMicromeritics Instrument Corp., Inc. Modelling Physical Adsorption on Finite Objects Using 3 Dimensional Non-Local Density Functional Theory. 2: Effects of Physical Parameters and Higher-Order EffectsJames P. Olivier, Micromeritics Instrument Corp., Inc. RetiredPorous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
262Bon-CheolKuKoreaKorea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)High-strength and modulus Carbon Nanotube FibersBon-Cheol Ku(1*), Dongju Lee1(2), Seong Jae Hong(1), Chang Min Ok(1), Seong-woo Ryu(2)
1. Korea Institute of Science and Technology
2. The University of Suwon
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
263JoshuaMalzahnUSAUniversity of UtahInvestigating Pyrolysis Conditions of Coals for Carbon Fiber ProductionJoshua Malzahn (University of Utah)
Ignacio Preciado (University of Utah)
Ding Wang (University of Utah)
Matt Weisenberger (University of Kentucky)
Eric Eddings (University of Utah)
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
264MaratTulepovKazakhstanAl-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityExperimental study of the characteristics of combustion and ignition of coal briquette with ammonium nitrate-sulfur-technical carbonTulepov M.I., Spanova G.A., Gabdrasheva S.Y., Suleimenov Y.Y., Abdrakova F.Y., Rakhova N.M., Pustovalov I.A..Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
266ZulkhairMansurovKazakhstanInstitute of combustion problemsFeatures of electrochemical concentration of noble metals onto nanoporous electrode materialsMansurov Z.A., Smagulova G.T., Supiyeva Zh.A.,
Yeleuov M.A., Taurbekov A.T.

al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan,
The Institute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
267ZulkhairMansurovKazakhstanInstitute of combustion problemsTHERMAL-CATALYTIC SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN A REACTOR WITH FLUIDIZED BED OF CATALYSTGaukhar Smagulova, Yesbolov Nurmakhan, Bayan Kaidar, Zulkhair Mansurov

Institute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, Kazakhstan
al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
268ZulkhairMansurovKazakhstanInstitute of combustion problemsOBTAINING OF COMPOSITIONAL FIBERS BASED ON COAL TAR MESOPHASE PITCH USING ELECTROSPINNING METHOD

Zulkhair Mansurov, Gaukhar Smagulova, Bolat Yermagambetov, Bayan Kaidar,
Aldan Imangazy, Renata Nemkayeva

1Institute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, Kazakhstan
al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
3Institute of Coal Chemistry and Technology
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
269EuigyungJeongKoreaKyungpook National UniversityGuanidinylated activated carbon fiber for detoxificationEuigyung Jeong
Woong Kwon
Min Woo Han
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
270AndresFullanaSpainUniversity of Alicate, Department of Chemical EngineeringSynthesis of thin shell carbon-encapsulated nZVI from olive mill wastewater and application to advance oxidation of pollutantsB. Calderon*, S. Boniati, I. Aracil, A. FullanaCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
271ChangLiuUSAUniversity of DaytonEnhancing modulus and conductivity of PAN based electrospun carbon nanofiber by pitch contentChang Liu, Khalid Lafdi
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469, USA
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
272DongwookKoKoreaKumoh Natinoal Institute of TechnologyImprovement of power conversion efficiency of fullerenes-based polymer solar cells using microlens arraysDongwook Ko, Jongbok Kim*

Kumoh National Institute of Technology
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
274ChangLiuUSAUniversity of DaytonCarbon nanomaterials based chemical sensor for chemical penetration in compositeChang Liu, Khalid Lafdi
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469, USA
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
275DonghaeAnKoreaUniversityStructural change analysis of pyrolysis fuel oil with increasing heat treatment temperature using nuclear magnetic resonanceDonghae An1,2, Kyung Hoon Kim1,2, Ji Wook Kim1,2 and Young-Seak Lee1,2,*


* Corresponding author's e-mail: youngslee@cnu.ac.kr

1 Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
2 Institute of Carbon Fusion Technology (InCFT), Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
276MariaSoria SanchezSpainICMAB (CSIC), Campus de la UAB, Bellaterra, Barcelona, SpainGraphene-Based Materials Incorporated as Nanofiller in 3D Printable Nanocomposites: Influence on Thermal and Mechanical PropertiesM. Soria Sánchez
ICMAB, Campus de la UAB, Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain

G. Tobías Rossell
ICMAB, Campus de la UAB, Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
277TomasCorderoSpainCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MALAGALignocellulosic biomass waste as precursor for the preparation of activated carbon monoliths for alcohol dehydrationT. Cordero, P.O. Ibeh, F.J. García-Mateos, R. Ruiz-Rosas, J.M. Rosas, J. Rodríguez-Mirasol
Universidad de Málaga, Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Andalucía Tech, Facultad de Ciencias, Campus de Teatinos s/n, 29010 Málaga - Spain
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
278Young-MinHwangKoreaSchool of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of TechnologyCharacteristic Analysis of Bulk Graphite according to Mixing Ratio of Carbon-based Filler and Organic BinderYoung-Min Hwang, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Sang-Min Lee, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Un-Gyeong Baek, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Gi-Beop Nam, Advanced Material Research Center, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Jae-Seung Roh, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
279Eun JISongKoreaChungnam National UniversitySick house syndrome induced gas adsorption characteristic of oxygen plasma-treated activated carbon fibers1, 2)Eun Ji Song
1, 2)Min-Ji Kim
1, 2)Jeong-In Han
1, 2)Kyung Hoon Kim
1, 2)Young-Seak Lee*


1 )Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea

2) Institute of Carbon Fusion Technology (InCFT), Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
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280Kyung HoonKimKoreaChungnam National UniversityFacile Method to improve desalination properties by introducing C-F bond on activated carbon surface for capacitive deionization1,2)Kyung Hoon Kim
1,2)Eun Ji Song
1,2)Jeong-In Han
1,2)Min-Ji Kim
1,2)Donghae An
1,2)Young-Seak Lee

1)Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
2)Institute of Carbon Fusion Technology (InCFT), Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea

Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
281Jeong-InHanKoreaChungnam National UniversityEnhanced flame retardant property of wood-based composite board by addition of graphene nanoplatelet1,2)Jeong-In Han
1.2)Eun Ji Song
1,2)Min-Ji Kim
1,2)Kyung Hoon Kim
1,2)Donghae An
1,2)Young-Seak Lee

1) Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
2) Institute of Carbon Fusion Technology (InCFT), Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
282Un-GyeongBaekKoreaSchool of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of TechnologyThe Effect of Pressure in Binders on the Improved Joining Strength of Isotropic Bulk GraphiteUn-Gyeong Baek, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Sang-Min Lee, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Young-Min Hwang, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Gi-Beop Nam, Advanced Material Research Center, Kumoh National Institute of Technology

Jae-Seung Roh, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kumoh National Institute of Technology
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
283TomasCorderoSpainCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MALAGALIGNOCELLULOSIC DERIVED ACTIVATED CARBON MONOLITHS FOR EMERGING POLLUTANTS REMOVALT. Cordero, F.J. García-Mateos, J.M. Rosas, P.O. Ibeh, Olaya Martínez, J. Rodríguez-Mirasol

Universidad de Málaga, Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Andalucía Tech, Facultad de Ciencias, Campus de Teatinos s/n, 29010 Málaga - Spain
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
284JoseRodriguez-MirasolSpainCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MALAGABiomass derived activated carbon catalysts for the one-step dimethyl ether synthesis from syngasJ. Rodriguez-Mirasol, J. Palomo, M.A. Rodriguez-Cano, T. Cordero
Universidad de Málaga, Andalucía Tech, Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Campus de Teatinos s/n, 29010 Málaga, Spain
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
285JoseRodriguez-MirasolSpainCHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MALAGAHighly conductive, microporous carbon fibers by electrospinning of lignin/phosphoric acid/ethanol solutionsFrancisco José García-Mateos, Juana María Rosas, Ramiro Ruiz-Rosas, José Rodríguez-Mirasol, Tomás Cordero
Universidad de Málaga, Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Andalucía Tech, Facultad de Ciencias, Campus de Teatinos s/n, 29010 Málaga - Spain
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
286YunseongJiKoreaYONSEI UNIVERSITYCarbon matrix supported MEA for PEMFCsYunseong Ji, Ohchan Kwon, Oksung Jeon, and Yong-gun Shul*

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular engineering. Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
287Min JiKimKoreaChungnam National UniversityFabrication and DMMP gas sensing characteristics of electron-beam treated PAN-based activated carbon fiber1,2) Min-Ji Kim
1,2) Eun Ji Song
1,2) Su Hyun Kim
1,2) Kyung Hoon Kim
3) Seung-Kon Ryu
1,2) Young-Seak Lee

1) Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea

2) Institute of Carbon Fusion Technology (InCFT), Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 34134, Republic of Korea

3) Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University, Jeonju, 55069, Republic of Korea
Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
292NathalieJobBelgiumUniversity of LiègeInfluence of the pore texture of carbon xerogels on their behavior as anodes for Li-ion batteriesNathalie Job
Alexandre F. Léonard
Marie-Laure C. Piedboeuf
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
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293DanielDomene-LopezSpainUniversity of AlicanteImproving the anti-scratch resistance of transparent urethane acrylate UV coatings by incorporation of chemically-modified graphene oxide.Presenting author: Daniel Domene-López - University of Alicante.
Authors:
- Daniel Domene-López - University of Alicante.
- Rubén Sarabia-Riquelme - Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky / University of Alicante.
- Juan C. García-Quesada - University of Alicante.
- Ignacio Martín-Gullón - University of Alicante.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
294DanielDomene-LopezSpainUniversity of AlicanteElectroconductive effect of starch-based films containing multi-walled carbon nanotubes and plasticized by 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetatePresenting author: Daniel Domene-López - University of Alicante.
Authors:
- Daniel Domene-López - University of Alicante.
- Mercedes G. Montalbán - University of Alicante.
- Jose J. Delgado-Marín - University of Alicante.
- Juan C. García-Quesada - University of Alicante.
- Ignacio Martín-Gullón - University of Alicante.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
295KimberlyBowalUKUniversity of CambridgeInvestigating the self-assembly and structure of nanoparticles containing curved carbonsKimberly Bowal (1), Jacob W. Martin (1,2), Laura Pascazio (1), Markus Kraft (1,2,3)


(1) Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, UK
(2) Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore
(3) School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentOrallink
296TobiasPlackeGermanyUniversity of Muenster, MEET Battery Research CenterNew Insights into Electrolyte and Interphase Studies for Reversible Anion Storage into GraphiteTobias Placke, Andreas Heckmann, Jens Wrogemann, Lukas Haneke, Kolja Beltrop, Martin Winter

University of Münster, MEET Battery Research Center, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Corrensstrasse 46, 48149 Münster, Germany
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
297NoeliaAlonso-MoralesSpainUniversidad Autónoma de MadridHollow carbon submicrospheres with porous shell: contolling the sizeNoelia Alonso-Morales
María Inés Avila
Cristian Moya
Jesús Lemus
Rubén Santiago
José Palomar
Miguel Angel Gilarranz

Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 28028 Madrid, Spain
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
298María JesúsLázaro ElorriSpainInstituto de CarboquímicaCarbon-supported Ta-based Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction and Evolution ReactionsMaría Jesús Lázaro Elorri, Juan Carlos Ruiz Cornejo, David Sebastián del Río from Instituto de Carboquímica, CSIC, Miguel Luesma Castán 4, 50018 Zaragoza, Spain
and
María Victoria Martínez Huerta from Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica, CSIC, Marie Curie 2, 28049 Madrid, Spain
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
300NcholuManyalaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaExamination of high porosity activated carbon obtained from dehydration of white sugar (ASC) for electrochemical capacitor applicationsNcholu Manyala*, Kabir O. Oyedotun, Abdulmajid A. Mirghni, Abubakar A. Khaleed and Tshifhiwa M. Masikhwa.

Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Materials, SARChI Chair in Carbon Technology and Materials, University of Pretoria, Crn Lynnwood and University Road, Hatfield, Pretoria 0002, South Africa.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
302KabirOyedotunSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaElectrochemical performance of two-dimensional Ti3C2-Mn3O4 nanocomposites and carbonized iron cations for hybrid supercapacitor electrodesKabir O. Oyedotun, University of Pretoria; Damilola Y. Momodu, University of Pretoria; Michael Naguib, Tulane University; Abdulmajid A. Mirghni, University of Pretoria; Tshifhiwa M. Masikhwa, University of Pretoria; Abubakar A. Khaleed, Mesfin Kebede, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Pretoria, South Africa; and Ncholu Manyala, University of Pretoria.Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
303RaphaelJanotFranceLRCS, UMR 7314 CNRS, FranceSynthesis of marketable hard carbons for negative electrodes of sodium-ion batteriesRaphaël Janot 1, Nour Daher 1,2, Da Huo 1, Philippe Meunier 2
1 Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides (LRCS), UMR 7314 CNRS Université de Picardie Jules Verne, 33 rue St-Leu, 80039 Amiens, FRANCE
2 Mersen France Gennevilliers, 41 rue Jean Jaurès 92231 Gennevilliers Cedex, FRANCE
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
304Ndeye MatyNdiayeSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaGeneration of a mesoporous web-like carbon-vanadium oxynitride as an electrode material for symmetric supercapacitorsNdeye. M. Ndiaye (a), Ndeye. F. Sylla (a), Balla. D. Ngom (b), Bridget K. Mutuma (a), J. K. Dangbegnon (a), S. C. Ray (c). and Ncholu. Manyala (a)
a Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Materials, SARChI Chair in Carbon Technology and Materials, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0028, South Africa
b Laboratoire de photonique Quantique d’Energie et de NanoFabrication, Groupe de Physique du Solide et Science des Matériaux, Département de Physique FST-UCAD BP 5005 Dakar-Fan, Dakar, Sénégal
c Department of Physics, College of Science, Engineering and Technology, University of South Africa, Private Bag X6, Florida, 1710, Science Campus, Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Avenue, Florida Park, Johannesburg 1710, South Africa
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
305ZongbinZhaoChinaDalian University of TechnologyCarbon Frameworks for Supercapacitor with High Energy DensityZongbin Zhao, Changyu Leng, Lulu Sun, Yinzhou Song, Jieshan Qiu
State Key Lab of Fine Chemicals, Liaoning Key Lab for Energy Materials and Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
307SylvieBonnamyFranceCNRS/University of OrleansAdsorption kinetics of nitrate ions on activated carbonsH. Moussounda-Boundzanga, B. Cagnon, C. Vautrin-Ul, S. Bonnamy Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
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308VivekDwivediUSANASA Goddard Space Flight CenterApplications of Atomic Layer Deposition in the Modification of Carbon NanotubesVivek Dwivedi -NASA GSFC
Henry Degroh - NASA GRC
Hossein Salami - University of Maryland, College Park
Alan Uy - University of Maryland, College Park
Aarathi Vadapall- University of Maryland, College Park
Corinne Grob- University of Maryland, College Park
Raymond A. Adomaitis- University of Maryland, College Park
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
309Maria JesusLazaroSpainInstituto de Carboquimica, CSICGRAPHENE-BASED ELECTROCATALYSTS WITH ENHANCED PERFORMANCE TOWARDS OXYGEN REDUCTION REACTION DECORATED WITH COBALT, IRON AND/OR TITANIUM Lázaro M.J., Lemes G., Luque-Centeno J.M., Pastor E., Martínez-Huerta M.V., Sebastián D.


1Instituto de Carboquímica. CSIC, C/ Miguel Luesma Castán nº 4 50015, Zaragoza, Spain.
2Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica (CSIC), Marie Curie 2, 28049 Madrid, Spain.
3Instituto de Nanomateriales y Nanotecnología, Universidad de La Laguna, La Laguna, Spain.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
311ElzbietaFrackowiakPolandPoznan University of TechnologyCarbon based electrochemical capacitors: beyond capacitive storageE. Frackowiak, J. Piwek, A. Platek, A. Slesinski, K. FicCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
312DiegoFlores OñaEcuadorUniversidad de AlicanteCarbon Nanoparticles (CNP) production using Solvent Assisted Hydrothermal Carbonization (SA-HTC)Diego Flores Oña *
Andrés Fullana Font*

* Universidad de Alicante
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
314FrederikOsslerSwedenCombustion Physics, Lund UniversityDYNAMICS OF HYDROGEN LOSS AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN PYROLYZING BIOMASS MATERIALS UTILIZING NEUTRON IMAGING ANALYSISFrederik Ossler, Combustion Physics, Lund University, PO Box 118, SE 221 00 Lund, Sweden.

Louis J. Santodonato,Advanced Research Systems, Inc., Macungie PA 18062 USA.

Jeffrey M. Warren,Environmental Sciences Division and Climate Change Science Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Charles E.A. Finney, Energy and Transportation Science Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Jean-Christophe Bilheux, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Rebecca A. Mills, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Harley D. Skorpenske, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Hassina Z. Bilheux, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
315AnaMestrePortugalFaculty of Sciencies, Lisbon UniversityEngineered activated carbons for improved recalcitrant pharmaceuticals removal during urban wastewater treatment: LIFE Impetus projectAna S. Mestre a*, Marta A. Andrade a, Rui M. C. Viegas b, Elsa Mesquita b, M. Campinas b, Maria João Rosa b, Ana P. Carvalho a

a Centro de Química e Bioquímica and Centro de Química Estrutural, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal

b Water Quality and Treatment Laboratory, Urban Water Unit, Hydraulics and Environment Department, National Civil Engineering Laboratory (LNEC), Av. Brasil 101, 1700-066 Lisboa, Portugal
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
316AnaCarvalhoPortugalFaculdade de Ciências, Universidade de LisboaAcid-chars as platform materials for adsorption and catalysisAna P. Carvalho a*, Tiago A.G. Duartea b, Tetiana Hubetska a,c, Sandrine Tschirren a, Carla Nunes a, José R. García c, Luísa M.D.R.S. Martins b, Ana S. Mestre a
a Centro de Química e Bioquímica and Centro de Química Estrutural, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal
b Centro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001 Lisboa, Portugal
c Departamento de Química Orgánica e Inorgánica, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
*Corresponding author: ana.carvalho@fc.ul.pt
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
318JosueOrtiz-MedinaMexicoUNIVERSIDAD PANAMERICANACompaction of nitrogen-doped DLC membranes: elucidation of structural changes by molecular simulationsRodolfo Cruz-Silva,1 Josue Ortiz-Medina,2 Hiroki Kitano,3 Isamu Ito,1 Aaron Morelos-Gomez,1 Kenji Takeuchi,1 Mauricio Terrones4 and Morinobu Endo.1

1 Global Aqua Innovation Center, Shinshu University, Nagano City 380-8553, Japan.
2 Universidad Panamericana, Facultad de Ingeniería, Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer 101, Aguascalientes 20290, México.
3 Kitagawa Industries Co., Kasugai 480-0303, Japan.
4 Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry, Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Center for 2-Dimensional and Layered Materials, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, USA.
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
319AlainCelzardFranceUniversity of LorrainePERFORMANCES OF HOLLOW CARBON SPHERES AS FLOATING BODIES FOR IMPROVED SOLAR EVAPORATIONAlain Celzard 1, Andreea Pasc 2, Sébastien Schaefer 1, Karl Mandel 3,4, Thomas Ballweg 3,
Ghouti Medjahdi 5, Vincent Nicolas 1, Vanessa Fierro 1

1 Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
2 Laboratoire Lorrain de Chimie Moléculaire, UMR 7053 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
3 Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC, Würzburg, Germany
4 Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Röntgenring, Würzburg, Germany
5 Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
321Tim-PatrickFellingerGermanyTechnical University of MunichLike a Phoenix from the Ashes: MgCl2 Activated Carbons as Novel Support Materials for Highly Active Non-Precious Fuel Cell CatalystsTim-Patrick Fellinger*,1 , Asad Mehmood,2 Jonas Pampel,3 Ghulam Ali,2 Heung Yong Ha,2 Francisco Ruiz-Zepeda4

1 Chair of Technical Electrochemistry. Department of Chemistry, TU Munich, Lichtenbergstr. 4, 85748 Garching, Germany
2 Korea Institute of Science Technology (KIST), 5 Hwarang-ro 14-gil, Seongbuk-gu, 02792 Seoul, Republic of Korea
3 Chemical Surface and Battery Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS, Winterbergstraße 28, 01277 Dresden, Germany
4 Department of Materials Chemistry, National Institute of Chemistry, Hajdrihova 19, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
322AndresFullanaSpainInstitute of Chemical Process Engineering, University of AlicanteReduced graphene oxide – supported nanoscale zero valent iron for the removal of the mycotoxin patulin from waterCraig R. McKerlie1, Blanca Calderón1, Ignacio Aracil1, Andrés Fullana1Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
323FionaSmailUKUniversity of CambridgeFundamental parameters for direct-spinning of carbon nanotube aerogelsFiona Smail
Lee Weller
Adam Boies
Affiliation of all authors: University of Cambridge, UK
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink Extended Abstract
324JimenaCastro-GutierrezFranceInstitut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Epinal, FranceKOH activation of tannin-derived ordered mesoporous carbons for supercapacitor devicesJimena Castro-Gutiérrez (1), Pamela Ramírez-Vidal (1), María Teresa Izquierdo (2), Jaafar Ghanbaja (3), Alain Celzard (1), Vanessa Fierro (1)

(1) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
(2) Instituto de Carboquímica, ICB-CSIC, Miguel Luesma Castan, 4, 50018 Zaragoza, Spain
(3) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
326JimenaCastro-GutierrezFranceInstitut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Epinal, FranceElectrochemical performances of nitrogen-doped mesoporous carbons derived from tanninJimena Castro-Gutiérrez (1), María Teresa Izquierdo (2), Jaafar Ghanbaja (3), Alain Celzard (1), Vanessa Fierro (1)

(1) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
(2) Instituto de Carboquímica, ICB-CSIC, Miguel Luesma Castan, 4, 50018 Zaragoza, Spain
(3) Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
327L. EugeniaPeña DuqueUSAMilliporeSigmaSurface Characterization of Polymer-Based Carbon AdsorbentsPeña Duque, L.Eugenia,
Keeler, Michael
and Betz, William
From MilliporeSigma
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
328YoushengTaoChinaCAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)Excellent capacitive performance of ruthenium and manganese oxides/graphene nanocomposite with hierarchical pore structuresYousheng Tao
CAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

K.P. Annamalai
CAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Xiaoshuang Zheng
CAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Jianping Gao
CAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Tianlu Chen
CAS Key Laboratory of Design and Assembly of Functional Nanostructures, Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
329MostafaBedewyUSAUniversity of PittsburghA facile method for preparing carbon nanosheets based on silk proteinMostafa Bedewy (Department of Industrial Engineering, and Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Se Youn Cho (Carbon Convergence Materials Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

Moataz Abdulhafez (Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Golnaz Najaf Tomaraei (Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Jaegeun Lee (Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
331CurtisFrantzUSAMilliporeSigmaAdvances in HPLC Separations using Graphitized Carbon ParticlesCurtis W. Frantz (MilliporeSigma)
Cory E. Muraco (MilliporeSigma)
William L. Maule III (MilliporeSigma)
Ken Espenschied (MilliporeSigma)
Jay Jones (MilliporeSigma)
Michael Ye (MilliporeSigma)
Bill Betz (MilliporeSigma)
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
332SaraAndreoliUSAThe Pennsylvania State UniversityDependence of oxidation reactivity on optical textures of cokes and solid carbons and oxygen functionalities on carbon surfacesSara Andreoli, EMS-Energy Institute, Penn State University
Semih Eser, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering, Penn State University
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
333Song MiLeeKoreaKorea Institute of Energy ResearchAdsorption of phenol from aqueous solution on activated carbons according to oxidation stabilization conditionSong Mi Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Seon Ho Lee(Korea Institute of Energy Research), Byung-Rok Lee(Korea Institute of Energy Research), Dong-Hyun Peck(Korea Institute of Energy Research) ,Doo-Hwan Jung(Korea Institute of Energy Research)Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
334Seon HoLeeKoreaKorea Institute of Energy ResearchPreparation of carbon nanotube/graphite/epoxy nanocomposite bipolar plates for fuel cellsSEON HO LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), SONG MI LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), DONG-HYUN PECK(Korea Institute of Energy Research), BYUNG-ROK LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), YONG GUN SHUL(Yonsei University) and DOO-HWAN JUNG(Korea Institute of Energy Research)Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
336AdamBoiesUKUniversity of CambridgeDYNAMICS OF CNT AEROGEL FORMATION: A HYBRID LANGAVIN AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS APPROACHBoies, A
Chao, R
Kateris, N
Hoecker, C
Bhalerao, A
Kloza, P
Elliot, J
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
337Seon HoLeeKoreaKorea Institute of Energy ResearchPreparation of metal impregnated porous nano carbon composites for adsorbing harmful gasSEON HO LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), SONG MI LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), DONG-HYUN PECK(Korea Institute of Energy Research), BYUNG-ROK LEE(Korea Institute of Energy Research), YONG GUN SHUL(Yonsei University) and DOO-HWAN JUNG(Korea Institute of Energy Research)*Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
338BrianSullivanUSAMaterials Research & Design, Inc.Determination of Strain-Dependent Interlaminar Shear Modulus of Carbon-Carbon Composite MaterialBrian J. Sullivan, Materials Research & Design, Inc.Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
339GlennRomanoskiUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryRheological Behavior of Phenolic Resins Considered for Production of CBCF InsulationGlenn Romanoski 1, Kyle Lach 2, Kyle Monaghan 3, Ashli Clark1, Nidia Gallego1, and George Ulrich1

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, PO Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831,
romanoskigr@ornl.gov 865-574-4838

2 University of Dayton Research Institute, 300 College Park Ave., Dayton, OH, 45469
3 Western Carolina University, 1 University Way, Cullowhee, NC, 78723
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
340ThierryCesaireFranceFrench west indies university GTSICarbon nanoparticles from local biomass, first resultThierry. Cesaire *, Yoan. Debaud *, Yves. Bercion**, Audrey. Molza**, Philippe. Thomas*.
*Laboratoire GTSI , EA2432 Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, BP 250, 97157 Pointe à Pitre Cedex, Guadeloupe.
**C3MAG, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, BP 250, 97157 Pointe à Pitre Cedex,
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
341YoanDebaudFranceFrench West Indies UniversityCarbon nanoparticles from local biomass for tribological applications. First resultsY. Debaud1*, T. Césaire1, P. Thomas1, Y. Bercion², A. Molza²
1Groupe de Technologie des Surfaces et Interfaces (GTSI EA2432), Université des Antilles, Faculté des Sciences Exactes et Naturelles, Pointe-à-Pitre (FRANCE)
²Centre Commun de Caractérisation des Matériaux des Antilles et de la Guyane (C3MAG), Université des Antilles, Faculté des Sciences Exactes et Naturelles, Pointe-à-Pitre (FRANCE)
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
342VanessaFierroFranceCNRSSYNTHESIS OF MESOPOROUS CARBONS FROM HYDROLYSABLE TANNINS WITHOUT ALDEHYDESVanessa Fierro, Eduardo Monsivais-Rocha, Alain Celzard
Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
343JonathanMathewsUSAPenn State UniversityAn Image-guided rapid soot structure construction strategyQinghua Chang, East China University of Science and Technology/Penn State University
Wenbo Zhu, Penn State University
Justin Watson, University of Florida
Jonathan Mathews, Penn State University
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
345BurakKoyuturkGermanyTechnical University of MunichA different aspect of chemical activation: Sol-gel method with Brønsted acidsBurak Koyutürk,
(Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Technical University Munich)

Josh Evans,
(Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Technical University Munich)

Sören Selve
(Center for electron microscopy (ZELMI), Technical University of Berlin)

Dr.Tim-Patrick Fellinger
(Chair of Technical Electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Technical University Munich)
Porous CarbonsStudentOrallink
346Juan LuisFajardo DiazMexicoInstituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C.Co-Cu powders for the production of complex carbon nanostructures: Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Decorating Wrinkled Carbon BeltsJ.L. Fajardo-Díaz1, F. López-Urías1, E. Muñoz Sandoval1,2.
1Advanced Materials Division, IPICYT, San Luis Potosí, México.
2 Department of Chemical Engineering, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato. Noria Alta S/N, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
347FrederikOsslerSwedenCombustion Physics, Lund UniversityCHARACTERIZATION OF SOOT ADSORPTION OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDSFrederik Ossler, Combustion Physics, Lund University, PO Box 118, SE 221 00 Lund, Sweden.

Monika Hartl, European Spallation Source, Lund University, PO Box 124, SE 221 00 Lund, Sweden.

Luke L. Daemen, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Anibal J. Ramirez-Cuesta, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Charles E.A. Finney, Energy and Transportation Science Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Jean-Christophe Bilheux, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.

Hassina Z. Bilheux, Neutron Scattering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN 37831 USA.




Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
348TomyFalconFranceInstitut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand (ICCF)Femtosecond laser microstructuration of carbon electrodes for water electrolysis.FALCON Tomy (ICCF), BATISSE Nicolas (ICCF), GUERIN Katia (ICCF), DUBOIS Marc (ICCF).Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
349MarcoRosero EspínEcuadorUniversidad de AlicanteCOMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PYROLYSIS PROCESS OF TWO BIOMASSESMarco Rosero Espín *
Angela García Cortés *
Antonio Marcilla Gomiz

* Universidad de Alicante
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
350MathieuPinaultFranceCEA, DRF/IRAMIS/NIMBE/LEDNA, FranceVertically aligned CNT-based nanocomposite electrodes: CVD growth on aluminium towards innovative supercapacitorsMathieu PINAULTa, Fabien NASSOYa,d, Baptiste PIBALEAUa,b, François TRAN-VANb, Fouad GHAMOUSSb, Pierre-Henri AUBERTc, Philippe BANETc, Jéremie DESCARPENTRIESd, Martine MAYNEa,

a NIMBE, CEA, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, CEA Saclay 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette France;
b PCM2E, Université François Rabelais, Parc de Grandmont, 37200 Tours, France
c LPPI, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, site de Neuville, 95031 Cergy-Pontoise Cedex, France
d NawaTechnologies, Chez STMicroelectronics, 13106 Rousset Cedex, France
e-mail: mathieu.pinault@cea.fr
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
351MathieuPinaultFranceCEA, DRF/IRAMIS/NIMBE/LEDNA, FranceElectrical conductivity of CNT fibres prepared from spinnable one-step CVD grown vertically aligned CNTM. PINAULTa, K. EL-HADJa, U. FORESTIER-COLLEONIa, S. ALLARDa, S. AMMIb, C. POUMAREDEb, V. DERYCKEa, M. MAYNE-L'HERMITEa,

a NIMBE, CEA, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, CEA Saclay 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette France
b RTE – Paris La Défense, France

e-mail: mathieu.pinault@cea.fr
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
352LoganKearneyUSAOak Ridge National LabCorrelations of Carbon Fiber Properties with Pitch Feedstock CompositionsLogan Kearney, Jeramie Adams, Amit NaskarCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
353ZuhairMalaibariSouth AfricaDepartment of Chemical Engineering and Center of Research Excellence in Nanotechnology, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran 31261, Saudi ArabiaEffect of Feed and Reaction Conditions on Surface Dimensions and Thermal Properties of High Aspect Ratio Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)Zuhair Omar Malaibari,
Department of Chemical Engineering and Center of Research Excellence in Nanotechnology, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia

Fahad Ali Rabbani,
Department of Chemical Engineering, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia

Muataz Ali Atieh,
Division of Sustainable Development, College of Science and Engineering, and Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar Foundation, PO Box 5825, Doha, Qatar.
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
354RahulRaoUSAUES Inc.Isolating the roles of trace carbon on the activity of catalyst populations for carbon nanotube growthRahul Rao, Jennifer Carpena-Núñez, J. Anibal Boscoboinik, Jianqiang Zhong, Matthew R. Maschmann, Piran Kidambi, Nick Dee, Dmitri N. Zakharov, Dario Stacchiola, Eric A.Stach, A. John Hart, Benji MaruyamaNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentKeynotelink
356LuisEstevezUSAUniversity of Dayton Research InstituteUtilizing a functionalized porous carbon material as minor constituent scaffold for attaching silicon in a silicon-carbon composite negative electrodeLuis Estevez - University of Dayton Research Institute
Adam L Garcia - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Sookyung Jeong - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jianming Zheng - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Azzam Abdulrahman S Alhussain - University of Dayton Research Institute
Ji-Guang Zhang - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jitendra Kumar - University of Dayton Research Institute
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
357KrzysztofFicPolandPoznan University of TechnologyInsights into carbon electrode/aqueous electrolyte interface from the operando approachKrzysztof Fic, Anetta Płatek, Justyna Piwek, Jakub Menzel, Elżbieta Frąckowiak

Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Chemistry and Technical Electrochemistry, Berdychowo 4, 60965 Poznan, Poland
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
358NicolasBatisseFranceUniversité Clermont AuvergneComposites of carbon powders and carbonized polymeric matrix for microsupercapacitorsNicolas BATISSE a, Marc DUBOIS a, Katia ARAUJO DA SILVA a, Eric TOMASELLA a.

a Université Clermont Auvergne, Institut de chimie de Clermont Ferrand
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
359Jose AntonioPérez-TavaresMexicoUniversidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los LagosHybrid Graphene oxide-Zirconium oxocluster polymer for fluoride removal: Synthesis, characterization and water treatment.José Antonio Pérez-Tavares, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Rita Judit Patakfalvi, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Eduardo Antonio Andrade-Pérez, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Héctor Pérez-Ladrón de Guevara, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Jesús Castañeda-Contreras, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Virginia Francisca Marañón-Ruiz, Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de los Lagos

Quetzalcoatl Enrique Saavedra-Arroyo, Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Irapuato
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
360AngieQuevedoUruguayFacultad de Química, Universidad de la RepúblicaSynthesis and characterization of N-doped MWCNTs by CCVD using a biphasic substrate: Ni/Laâ‚‚Zâ‚‚O₇Angie Quevedo¹, Juan Bussi¹, Nestor Tancredi¹, Juan Luis Fajardo-Díaz², Florentino López-Urías², Emilio Muñoz-Sandoval²
¹Laboratorio de Fisicoquímica de Superficies (LAFIDESU), Departamento de Experimentación y Teoría de la Materia y sus Aplicaciones (DETEMA), Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay
²Laboratorio de Películas Delgadas, División de Materiales Avanzados, Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (IPICYT), San Luis Potosí, México
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
361Ana ClaudiaPinaUruguayFacultad de Química, Universidad de la RepúblicaHydrothermal carbonization of plane tree fruits: production of activated carbon.Alejandro Amaya¹
Jorge De Vivo¹
Nestor Tancredi¹

¹ Laboratorio de Fisicoquímica de Superficies, Área Fisicoquímica, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
362LaurenTaylorUSARice UniversityUnderstanding the Effect of Solution Spinning Processing Parameters on the Structure and Properties of Carbon Nanotube FiberLauren W. Taylor
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Rice University, Houston, TX, U.S.A.
Oliver S. Dewey
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Rice University, Houston, TX, U.S.A. Matteo Pasquali
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Rice University, Houston, TX, U.S.A.
Department of Chemistry, Rice University, Houston, TX, U.S.A.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentKeynotelink
364Amir RezaArefUSAPenn State UniversityImpact of porous texture of carbon derived from polymer precursors and coalesced carbon onion anode on performance of electrochemical capacitors Supercapacitors are receiving extensively attention as potential energy storage devices due to their high capacitance, high power density, and long cycle life. Carbon materials play an important role in energy storage and conversion, due to their structural diversity, natural abundance, high electrical conductivity, high thermal and chemical stability, tunable physical and chemical properties, and economic viability. In addition, pore size distribution, microstructure, particle size of carbon based electrodes have tremendous effect in achieving high energy and power in supercapacitors.
In this investigation, several carbon-based electrodes were synthesized using polymer precursor in the presence of surfactant (soft templating method). Effect of pore size and polymer precursor was investigated in both symmetric and asymmetric electrochemical capacitors. Fabricated symmetric capacitor exhibited a specific capacitance of 136 F/g at 1 A/g when charged and discharged between 0 to 3.8V using neat 1-butyl 3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate electrolyte. Furthermore, rate capability of Lithium ion capacitor was studied using polymer derived carbon in conjunction with coalesced carbon onion based anode. The fabricated capacitor exhibited time constant in the order of 1.45s. Moreover, use of interconnected carbon onion accelerated electron and ion transport led to minimal resistance. The maximum achievable energy density was 120 Wh/kg with the capacitor retaining 77 Wh/kg even at a high power density of 11 KW/kg. The fabricated device was able to be charge and discharged from 2.2 V to 4V with 90% energy efficiency with 80% capacitance retention over 21000 cycles.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
365TakafumiIshiiJapanGunma UniversityAn analysis of chemical structure of carbon edge sites by using deuterium-labeling temperature-programmed desorption techniqueTakafumi Ishii, Gunma University
Jun-ichi Ozaki, Gunma University

Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
366DeborahChungUSAUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New YorkDielectricity, electret, piezoelectret and piezoresistivity discovered in exfoliated-graphite-based flexible graphite, with comparison with isotropic graphite (Graphene and related materials)Xiang Xi and D.D.L. Chung, both with University at Buffalo, The State University of New YorkGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
367MachikoTakigamiJapanGunma UniversityEffects of metal and nitrogen on the formation of nano-shell containing carbonsMachiko Takigami, Gunma University; Takeshi Fujikura, Gunma University; Takafumi Ishii, Gunma University; Jun-ichi Ozaki, Gunma UniversityCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
368Jun-ichiOzakiJapanGunma UniversityPreparation of PN-doped carbons from phosphoric acid modified folic acid and their catalytic activity for oxygen reduction reactionJun-ichi Ozaki (Gunma University)
Rieko Kobayashi (Gunma University, Nisshinbo Holdings, Inc.)
Takafumi Ishii (Gunma University)
Yasuo Imashiro (Gunma University, Nisshinbo Holdings, Inc.)
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
369Brenda IraisOrea CalderonMexicoIPICYTNitrogen-doped MWNCTs under low catalyst concentrationsBrenda Irais Orea Calderón 1,3,
Jenaro Leocadio Varela Caselis 1,4
Florentino Lopéz Urías 1
Emilio Muñoz Sandoval 1,2
1 Advanced Materials Division, IPICYT, San Luis Potosí, México.
2 Department of Chemical Engineering, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato. Noria Alta S/N, Guanajuato, Mexico
3 Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Materials Division,
Autonomous University of Puebla, 18 sur S/N, Puebla, Mexico.
4 University Center for Linking and Transfer of Technology, Autonomous University of Puebla, 18 sur S/N, Puebla, Mexico.
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
370SimonSchmittUSAUniversity of KentuckyMolecular-Scale Graphene Oxidation and Pitting DynamicsSimon Schmitt, University of Kentucky
José Graña-Otero, University of Kentucky
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
371NamalWanninayakeUSAUniversity of KentuckyUnderstanding the Effect of Host Structure between Nitrogen-Doped Ultra-Nanocrystalline Diamond and Graphene-Based Electrodes for Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide reduction.Namal Wanninayake,1 Qianxiang Ai,1,2 Ruixin Zhou,1 Md Ariful Hoque,1 Sidney Herrell,1 Marcelo I. Guzman,1,* Chad Risko,1,2,* Doo Young Kim1,*

1Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0055
2Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40511
Carbons for CatalysisStudentPosterlink
372AlejandroAmayaUruguayFACULTAD DE QUÍMICAObtention and characterization of activated carbon from Platanus acerifolia via hydrothermal carbonization and physical activationAlejandro Amaya 1-2
Jorge De Vivo 1-2
Nestor Tancredi 1-2

1.- Cátedra de Fisicoquímica, DETEMA, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República

2.- Área Energías Renovables, Instituto Polo Tecnológico de Pando, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
373Cristina L.Rodriguez-CorveraMexicoAdvanced Materials Division, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí, S.L.P., 78216, México.Nitrogen-Precursor Dependence of the Carbon Sponge ProductionCristina L. Rodriguez-Corvera,
Emilio Muñoz-Sandoval,
Florentino López-Urías

Advanced Materials Division, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí, S.L.P., 78216, México
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
374Luis E.Jimenez-RamirezMexicoInstituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y TecnologícaLarge production of nitrogen-doped multiwalled carbon nanotubes using banded iron-formation: Electrochemical and sensing applications.Luis E. Jiménez-Ramírez1, Svetlana Kashina2, Rosario Galindo3, Rosalba Fuentes-Ramírez4, Sanjeet K. Verma5, Juan. L. Fajardo-Díaz1, Florentino López-Urías1, and Emilio Muñoz-Sandoval1,4*

1.-División de Materiales Avanzados, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí S.L.P., 78216, México.

2.-Department of chemistry, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato. Noria Alta S/N, Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico 36050

3.- CONACyT cathedra, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato.

4.- Department of Chemical Engineering, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato. Noria Alta S/N, Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico 36050.
5.- División de Geociencias Aplicadas, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí S.L.P., 78216, México
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
375MeniWanunuUSANortheastern UniversityOptical sensing of ion flux through biomimetic carbon nanotube channelsPengyu Zheng, Yun-Chiao Yao, Aleksandr Noy, and Meni Wanunu*Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
376Felipe de JesusBarraza GarciaMexicoIPICYTProduction of nitrogen-doped multiwall carbon nanotubes using Fe-rich red soil from Sierra de Alvarez, San Luis Potosi, México.Felipe de Jesus Barraza-García3, Nadia. Martinez-Villegas3 Florentino López-Urías1, and Emilio Muñoz-Sandoval1,2*
1 División de Materiales Avanzados, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí S.L.P., 78216, México
2 Department of Chemical Engineering, Natural and Exact Sciences Division, University of Guanajuato. Noria Alta S/N, Guanajuato, Guanajuato, México 360503
3 División de Geociencias Aplicadas, IPICYT, Camino a la Presa San José 2055, Col Lomas 4a sección, San Luis Potosí S.L.P., 78216, México
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
377KrisztinaLászlóHungary1Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, Budapest University of Technology and EconomicsSURFACE MODIFICATION OF GRAPHENE OXIDESKrisztina László (presenting author),
Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Imre Bertóti,
Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Shereen Farad,
Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Tamás Igricz,
Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Miklós Mohai,
Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
378VanessaFierroFranceCNRSHYDROGEN ADSORPTION IN CRYOGENIC CONDITIONS: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE POROUS TEXTURE AND THE PARAMETERS OF THE MODIFIED DUBININ-ASTAKHOV EQUATIONVanessa Fierro, Giuseppe Sdanghi, Pamela-Ramirez-Vidal, Sébastien Schaefer, Gaël Maranzana, Alain Celzard

Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France

Laboratoire d'Energétique et de Mécanique Théorique et Appliquée, UMR 7563 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, VandÅ“uvre-lès-Nancy, France
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
379VanessaFierroFranceCNRSCO2 CAPTURE ON ACTIVATED CARBONS UNDER REALISTIC OPERATION CONDITIONSVanessa Fierro, Enrique García-Díez, Sébastien Schaefer, Angela Sanchez-Sanchez,
M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Susana García, Alain Celzard

Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France

Research Centre for Carbon Solutions (RCCS), School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh EH14 4AS, United Kingdom


Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
380AlainCelzardFranceUniversity of LorraineHIGHLIGHTING A UNIVERSAL BEHAVIOR IN THE PERMEABILITY OF FIBROUS CARBONSAlain Celzard 1, Blagoj Karakashov 1, Jean Toutain 2, Fouzia Achchaq 2, Vanessa Fierro 1

1 Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France

2 Institut de Mécanique et d'Ingénierie, ENSAM, Talence, France
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
383Dulce YolotzinMedina VelazquezMexicoUniversidad Autonoma MetropolitanaRed to Warm White Light Emission Tunning on GdVO4 : Eu 3+ Dy 3+ PhosphorsD. Y. Medina-Velazquez, M. Bermudez-Rumbo, A. de J. Morales-Ramirez, E. Garfias-GarcíaNanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
384David OmoefeIdisiSouth AfricaUniversity of South Africa, Johannesburg, South AfricaElectronic and magnetic properties of graphene oxide /Fe2O3 nanocompositesDavid O Idisi, J A Oke, S J Moloi and Sekhar C RayGraphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
385MeganCreightonUSAAir Force Research LaboratoryGraphene-based passivation of liquid metal particle surfacesMegan Creighton (National Research Council, Air Force Research Laboratory)
Zachary Farrell (UES Inc., Air Force Research Laboratory)
Benji Maruyama* (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Christopher Tabor* (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
386MeganCreightonUSAAir Force Research LaboratoryTowards tunable growth of SWCNTs by floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition using inline Raman spectroscopyMegan Creighton (National Research Council, Air Force Research Laboratory)
Rahul Rao (UES Inc., Air Force Research Laboratory)
Jennifer Carpena-Nunez (UES Inc., Air Force Research Laboratory)
Benji Maruyama (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
389Ji-YoungHwangKoreaKorea Institute of Carbon Convergence TechnologyAdvanced Surface Modifications of Biomaterials with Carbon Nanotubes for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative MedicineJi-Young Hwang1,2,*, Sang-Hoon Lee2, Ueon Sang Shin3, Seung Beom Kang1, Min-Kang Seo1 and Young Chul Choi1

1International Carbon Research Institute, Korea Institute of Carbon Convergence Technology, Jeonju 54853, Republic of Korea; 2Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Health Science, Korea University, Seoul 136-713; 3Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN), Dankook University, Cheonan 330-714, Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
390VimalChandaliyaIndiaTATA STEEL LTD.Synthesis of low ash coal based carbon foamVIMAL KUMAR CHANDALIYA, TATA STEEL
PRATIK SWARUP DASH, TATA STEEL
CHANDRACHUR BANERJEE, TATA STEEL
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
391LjubisaRadovicChileUniversity of Concepcion (Chile) and Penn State University (USA)On the mechanism of oxidative graphite-to-graphene conversion: confronting experiment with theory!?Ljubisa R. Radovic, University of Concepcion (Chile) and Penn State University (USA)
Camila Mora-Vilches, University of Concepcion (Chile)
Ignacio Martin Gullon, University of Alicante (Spain)
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentKeynotelink
393AndersonLoboBrazilFederal University of PiauíHigh loads of nanohydroxyapatite/graphene nanoribbon composites guided bone regeneration using an osteoporotic animal modelAnderson Oliveira Lobo1, Francilio Carvalho Oliveira2, Jancineide Oliveira Carvalho2, Suziete Batista Soares Gusmão1, Gustavo Oliveira de Meira Gusmão3, Bartolomeu Cruz Viana1,64, Fernanda Roberta Marciano4

1Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Advanced Materials, Federal University of Piauí, 64049-550, Teresina, Piaui, Brazil.
2 University Center for Health, UNINOVAFAPI, Teresina, Piauí, Brazil
3Departmentof Physics, State University of Piaui, 64002-150, Teresina- Piaui, Brazil.
4Department of Physics, Federal University of Piauí 64049-550, Teresina - Brazil
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
395MathieuPinaultFranceCEA-Saclay, DRF/IRAMIS/NIMBE/LEDNAGrowth of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes on aluminium substrate through a one-step thermal CVD processM. Mayne-L'Hermite 1
F. Nassoy 1,2, M. Pinault 1, J. Descarpentries 2, H. Hauf 2, P-E. Coulon 3, C. Reynaud 1,
1 NIMBE, CEA, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, CEA Saclay 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette France;
2 NawaTechnologies, Chez STMicroelectronics, 190 avenue Célestin Coq-ZI, 13106 Rousset Cedex, France;
3 Laboratoire des Solides Irradies, CNRS, CEA-DRF-IRAMIS, Ecole polytechnique, Université Paris-Saclay, 91128
Palaiseau Cedex, France;
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
396SanjuGuptaUSAWestern Kentucky UniversityAdvanced Bioinspired Membranes from Biological Ion Channel Confined into Polymeric Cylindrical Nanopores for Enhanced FiltrationTaylor Robinson, Brendan Evans, Naomi Rowland and Sanju GuptaGraphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
398Andrea del PilarVilla JamaicaColombiauniversidad del valleADSORCION DE ORO EN CARBON ACTIVADO USANDO CARBON MINERAL COMO MATERIA PRIMA EN UNA COLUMNA DE LECHO FIJOAndrea del Pilar Villa Jamaica
Juan Manuel Barraza Burgos
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
399DaliQianUSAUniversity of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy ResearchEffect of high-temperature annealing on N-doped nanotube structures and oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) catalytic activityDali Qian
University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research

Namal Wanninayake
University of Kentucky, Department of Chemistry

Doo-Young Kim
University of Kentucky, Department of Chemistry

Matthew Weisenberger
University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research

Rodney Andrews
University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research

Mark Meier
University of Kentucky, Department of Chemistry
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
401YuanChenAustraliaThe University of SydneyCarbon Materials Assisted Designs of ElectrocatalystsYuan Chen, The University of SydneyCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentKeynotelink
404AlbertoBiancoFranceCNRSDesign of a multifunctional and biodegradable graphene-based material for cancer therapyAlberto Bianco
University of Strasbourg, CNRS, Immunology, Immunopathology and Therapeutic Chemistry, UPR 3572, 67000 Strasbourg, France
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
405QichenFangUSAuniversity of daytonComparison of conductive nanocomposite sensor for polymer health monitoring: concentration and nanofiller morphologyQichen Fang, Khalid LafdiNanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
406HarpreetSinghIndiaSliet UniversityHREELS measurements of the phonon dispersion for graphene [NOTE: title derived from text of abstract -- no actual title given]Harpreet SinghGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
409PreetyAhujaJapanShinshu UniversityWater-resistant Single walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) based Stretchable Strain SensorPreety Ahuja, Sanjeev Kumar Ujjain, Radovan Kukobat, Katsumi kaneko
Affiliation: Centre for Energy & Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
410ShengliZhaiSingaporeNanyang Technological UniversityNano-RuO2-Decorated Holey Graphene Composite Fibers for Micro-Supercapacitors with Ultrahigh Energy DensityShengli Zhai1,2, Chaojun Wang2, Xin Wang1, Yuan Chen2

1 Nanyang Technological University, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, 62 Nanyang Drive, 637459, Singapore
2 The University of Sydney, School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Sydney, New South Wales 2006, Australia
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
411AlainCelzardFranceUniversity of LorraineTHERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF MODEL CELLULAR VITREOUS CARBON FOAMSVincent NICOLAS; Maxime LETELLIER; Vanessa FIERROPorous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
412SungjinParkKoreaInha UniversityMolecularly dispersed active species coordinated on carbon-based materials and their catalytic applicationsSungjin ParkCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
413SanjeevKumarJapanShinshu UniversityMolecular vibrational energy difference induced high selective separation of 18O2 from 16O2 using nanoporous carbonsSanjeev Kumar Ujjain; Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano City, JAPAN
Ryusuke Futamura; Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano City, JAPAN
Fernando Vallejos-Burgos; Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano City, JAPAN
Masahiko Matsukata; School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Tokyo, JAPAN
Motomu Sakai; Research Organization for Nano and Life Innovation, Waseda University, Tokyo, JAPAN
Yury Gogotsi; Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano City, JAPAN; Department of Material Science and Engineering, and A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University, Pennsylvania, USA
J. Karl Johnson; Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Akio Kodama; Institute of Science and Engineering, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, JAPAN
Katsumi Kaneko; Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Shinshu University, Nagano City, JAPAN
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
414SvetlanaBashkovaUSAFairleigh Dickinson UniversityMechanistic Insights into Acetaminophen Adsorption on Cashew Nut Shell Biomass-Derived Activated CarbonsSvetlana Bashkova
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ 07940, United States

Alexandra Geczo
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ 07940, United States

Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis,
Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece

Konstantinos S. Triantafyllidis
Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece

Mohammed R. Elshaer
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ 07940, United States

Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón
Departamento de Química Inorgánica, Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Málaga, Campus de Teatinos. 29071 Málaga, Spain
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
415KinshukDasguptaUSAUniversity of CincinnatiFree-standing hybrid structure of vertically aligned carbon nanofibers onto three dimensional graphene for energy storage applicationKinshuk Dasgupta(1,3), Mahnoosh Khosravifar(2), Vesselin Shanov(1,2)
(1 )Dept of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, OH 45221, USA
(2) Dept of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University of Cincinnati, OH 45221, USA
(3) Materials Group, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai 400085, India
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
416DuisenbaiBodykovKazakhstanInstitute of combustion problemsINVESTIGATION OF ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC EFFECT ON RHEOLOGICAL AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-VELOCITY OILBadikov Duisenbai Uteshovich, Salakhov Renat Hamitovich, Seitzhanova Makpal Azizovna, Mansurov Zulkhair AimuchametovichCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
417MykolaSeredychUSADrexel UniversityGraphene-based materials for the fast adsorption of biomoleculesMykola Seredych,1 Sergey Mikhalovsky,2 Susan Sandeman,3 Vadym Mochalin,4 Lyuba Mikhalovska,3 and Yury Gogotsi

1Department of Materials Science & Engineering and A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States
2ANAMAD Ltd, Brighton, BN1 9SB, United Kingdom
3School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Huxley Building, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 4GJ, United Kingdom
4Department of Chemistry, Missouri University of Science & Technology, 400 W. 11th St
Rolla, MO 65409, United States
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentOrallink
418RubenSarabia-RiquelmeUSACenter for Applied Energy ResearchElectrical and mechanical properties of wet-spun PEDOT:PSS/Graphene oxide/Carbon nanotubes composite fibersRuben Sarabia-Riquelme. Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky.

Ignacio Martin-Gullon. Chemical Engineering Department, University of Alicante.

Matthew C. Weisenberger. Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
419AlainCelzardFranceUniversity of LorraineGRAPHITE-BASED HEAT EXCHANGERS FOR FOULING CONTROL IN DAIRY INDUSTRYAlain Celzard1, Caroline Françolle de Almeida1, Luisa Azevedo-Scudeller2, Maude Jimenez2, , Guillaume Delaplace2, Thierry Benezech2, Romain Jeantet3, Vanessa Fierro1

1 Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France

2 UMET, UMR 8207 CNRS, INRA and Université de Lille, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France

3 INRA, Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1253, Science et technologie du lait et de l'Å“uf, Rennes, France
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
421T. C. MikeChungUSAPenn State UniversitySynthesis and Evaluation of Conjugated Poly(phenylacetylene) Derivatives
As New Carbon Fiber Precursors
T. C. Mike Chung, Joseph Sengeh, Houxiang Li, Wei Zhu
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
423JileiLiuChinaHunan UniveristyUnraveling the Potassium Storage Mechanism in Graphite FoamJilei Liu
College of Materials Science and Engineering, Hunan province key laboratory for advanced carbon materials and applied technology, Hunan University, Changsha, 410082, China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
427EnZhangGermanyDresden University of TechnologyOn the origin of mesopore collapse in functionalized porous carbonsEn Zhang, TU Dresden, Germany
Mirian Casco, TU Dresden, Germany
Fei Xu, TU Dresden, Germany
Lars Borchardt, TU Dresden, Germany
Stefan Kaskel, TU Dresden, Germany
Porous CarbonsStudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
428AmodOgaleUSAClemson UniversityMicrostructure Control During Melt-spinning of Continuous Pitch-based Carbon FibersA. A. Ogale*, S. Lukubira, S. Kanhere, M.C. Tang, Ó¦. Ó¦zdemir, C. Christopher, L. BohnCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
Extended Abstract
429VictorBermudezUSAClemson UniversityCompressive strength of AR mesophase-derived carbon fibers: effects of spinning drawdown ratioVictor Bermudez and Prof. Amod Ogale
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and Center for Advanced Engineering Fibers and Films (CAEFF), Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634, USA
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
431KokiUritaJapanNagasaki UniversityCharacterization of Surface Structures on Thermal Treated Carbon BlackKoki Urita, Chiharu Urita, Takuya Araki, Isamu Moriguchi (Nagasaki University, Japan)
Keiji Horio, Masayuki Yoshida (MicrotracBEL Corp., Japan)
Fernando Vallejos-Burgos (Morgan Advanced Materials plc, USA)
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
432AngirasMenonUKUniversity of CambridgeImpact of crosslinks, curvature and radical character on the optical band gap of nanographenesAngiras Menon - (1), (2)
Jochen Dreyer - (1)
Jacob Martin - (1), (2)
Jethro Akroyd - (1)
John Robertson - (3)
Markus Kraft - (1), (2), (4)

(1) Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, West Site, Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge, CB3 0AS, United Kingdom

(2) Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES), Singapore, 138602.

(3) Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge JJ Thomson Avenue CB3 0FA Cambridge United Kingdom

(4) School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 637459.
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
433EderAmayuelasFranceCNRSPreparation and characterization of porous graphene-oxide frameworksE. Amayuelas - POR2E Group, CEMTHI (CNRS UPR 3079) Université d'Orléans, 45071, Orléans, France

C. O. Ania - POR2E Group, CEMTHI (CNRS UPR 3079) Université d'Orléans, 45071, Orléans, France
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
434BeibeiWangChinaState Key Laboratory of Solidification Processing, Shaanxi Province Key Laboratory of Fiber Reinforced Light Composite Materials, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, Shaanxi 710072, PR ChinaIn-situ growth CNTs/graphene on carbon fabrics to enhance mechanical and thermal properties for tribological applications of carbon fabrics/phenolic compositesBeibei Wang, Qiangang Fu, Hejun Li, Lehua Qi, Qiang Song, Yewei FuCarbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
435AmodOgaleUSAClemson UniversityMicrostructure of Carbon Fibers Derived from Softwood Lignin PrecursorsJing Jin, Mark C. Thies, and Amod A. Ogale*Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
436Juan CarlosMoreno-PirajanColombiajumoreno@uniandes.edu.coA comparative thermodynamic study of lead ion adsorption in aqueous solution by ZIF-8 and ZIF-8-derived nanoporous carbonJuan Carlos Moreno-Piraján a, Liliana Giraldo b

a Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias, Grupo de Investigación en Sólidos Porosos y Calorimetría, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia).
b Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Sede Bogotá-Colombia)

Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
437GrahamTindallUSAClemson UniversityProduction and separation of a low fragmentation thermal naphthalene pitchGraham Tindall, Cabell Lamie, Dr. David A Bruce, Dr. Wesley P. Hoffman, Dr. Mark Thies Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
438Juan CarlosMoreno-PirajanColombiaUniversidad de los Andes (Colombia)Fe-BTC and Fe-BTC derived nanoporous carbon: a kinetic and thermodynamic study of alcohol adsorptionJuan Carlos Moreno-Piraján a , Liliana Giraldo b
a Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias, Grupo de Investigación en Sólidos Porosos y Calorimetría, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia)

b Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Sede Bogotá-Colombia)
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
439TorbenPfaffGermanyInstitute of Physical Chemistry, Justus Liebig University, Heinrich-Buff-Ring 17, 35392, Giessen, GermanyComparative microstructural analysis of non-graphitic carbons (NGCs) based on wide-angle X-ray (WAXS) / neutron (WANS) scattering as well as pair distribution function (PDF) analysisTorben Pfaff, Felix Badaczewski, Marc O. Loeh, Wolfgang G. Zeier, Bernd M. Smarsly

Affiliation for all authors:
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Justus Liebig University, Heinrich-Buff-Ring 17, 35392, Giessen, Germany
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
441DavidEatonUSAUniversity of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy ResearchCoal to Carbon FiberDavid Eaton1, Aaron Owen1, Rodney Andrews1, Eric Eddings2, and Matthew Weisenberger1
1University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research
Lexington, KY 40511

2University of Utah, Department of Chemical Engineering
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
442DayakarPenumaduUSAIACMI - The Composites InstituteAdvancing the Market for Carbon CompositesPresenter TBD - likely a C-level officer

Abstract submitted by Cliff Eberle
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
443Jin HeeKimKoreaChonnam national universityThermoelectric Behaviors of Carbon Fiber Reinforced CementsJin Hee Kim1*, Jong Hun Han1, Ji Hoon Kim2, Cheol Min Yang2, Yoong Ahm Kim3
1Faculty of Engineering, Chonnam National University, 77 Yongbong-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju 61186, Republic of Korea.
2Institute of Advanced Composite Materials, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), 92 Chudong-ro, Bongdong-eup, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do, 55324, Republic of Korea
3Alan G. MacDiarmid Energy Research Institute, Department of Polymer Engineering, Graduated School & School of Polymer Science and Engineering, Chonnam National University, 77 Yongbong-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju, 61186, Korea
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
444VanessaFierroFranceCNRSPOLLUTANTS REMOVAL BY PHOTOCATALYSIS ON TANNIN-DERIVED ORDERED MESOPOROUS CARBONSVanessa Fierro, Juan Matos, Po S. Poon, Angela Sanchez-Sanchez, Alain Celzard

Institut Jean Lamour, UMR 7198 CNRS and Université de Lorraine, Épinal, France
Bioenergy Department, Technological Development Unit, University of Concepción, Chile
Millennium Nuclei on Catalytic Processes towards Sustainable Chemistry (CSC), Chile
Carbons for CatalysisNon-StudentPosterlink
445PaulKladitisUSAUniversity of Dayton Research InstituteIndustrial Scale-Up and Production of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes for Next Generation Nano-Enhanced CompositesPaul E. Kladitis1 and Paul R. Jarosz2

[1] Leader and Senior Research Scientist, Multifunctional Structures and Materials Group, University of Dayton Research Institute, Dayton, OH
[2] Director of Science and Technology, N12 Technologies, Inc.
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
446YounghwanBaeKoreaKorea Institute of Industrial TechnologyPreparation and Characterization of Combi Cabin Air Filter Containing Activated CarbonsYounghwan Bae*, JungYeon Kim*, Jeong Rak Choi* * and Yeong Og Choi*

*Korea Institute of Industrial Technology
**Korea Textile Development Institute
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
447YaoWangChinaTsinghua UniversityMulti-scaleStudy ofNuclear GraphiteOxidation with Oxygen: Reactive sitesratioderivationSuyuan Yu, Tsinghua UniversityCoal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
448JasjeetKaurAustraliaCSIROWet Spinning of Conventional and RAFT PAN Precursor for Carbon Fibre ManufactureJasjeet Kaur1, Linda Hillbrick1, Andrew Abbott1, Melissa Skidmore1, Tony Pierlot1, Peter Lynch1,2
1CSIRO Manufacturing, 75 Pigdons Rd, Waurn Ponds
2Institute of Frontier Materials, Deakin University, 75 Pigdons Rd, Waurn Ponds

Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
449LindaHillbrickAustraliaCSIROCarbon fiber precursor development at CSIROAndrew Abbott1, Linda Hillbrick1, Jasjeet Kaur1, Melissa Skidmore1, Tony Pierlot1 and Peter Lynch1,2
1CSIRO Manufacturing, 75 Pigdons Rd, Waurn Ponds
2Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, Waurn Ponds
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
450Ha-NaJangKoreaYonsei UniversityCAPTURE OF MERCURY BY VIRGIN AND IMPREGNATED ACTIVATED CARBON IN COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTHa-Na Jang, Eun-Song Lee, Yong-Chil SeoPorous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
451GangKouChinaNorthwestern Polytechnical UniversitySynchronous growth of CNTs and PyC for fabricating nanocomposites to self-adapting ultra-high temperature ceramic coatingsGang Kou, Ling-jun Guo1, He-jun Li, Ning-kun Liu, Wei Li, State Key Laboratory of Solidification Processing, Shaanxi Province Key Laboratory of Fiber Reinforced Light Composite Materials, Carbon/Carbon Composites Research Center, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, China
He Shen, Department of Mechanical Engineering, California State University, Los Angeles, USA
Li-jing Bai, School of Material Science and Engineering, Xi'an University of Technology, Xi'an, China
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentPosterlink
452HunJeongKoreaInstitute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University, Jeonju, KoreaManufacture of Carbon Composite Electrodes for SupercapacitorsHun Jeong, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Min Sang Lee, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Dae Sun Cho, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Jae Deuk Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Mi Jeong Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Yeong Eun Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Dae Woong Na, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
453Seung KonRyuKoreaInstitute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University, Jeonju, KoreaA Study on the Discharge Characteristics of Electrostatic dust collecting device of Carbon FiberSeung Kon Ryu, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Lee Ku Kwac, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Yong Sin Jung, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Jae June Seok, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Gi Jeong Yuk, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Young Bok Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Seong Eun Jang, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Seong Woo Choi, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
455Hong GunKimKoreaInstitute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University, Jeonju, KoreaLock-in Thermography Analysis of Woven CFRP Damaged by Drop-Weight ImpactHong Gun Kim, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Sun Ho Go, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Alexandre Tugirumubano, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Chang Gi Hong, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Jeong Keun Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Jae Jun Lee, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Sun Ho Choi, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
456FelixBadaczewskiGermanyJustus-Liebig-University GiessenAn advanced evaluation method for the analysis of Wide-Angle X-ray Scattering (WAXS) data of non-graphitic carbonsFelix Badaczewski 1
Marc O. Loeh 1
Torben Pfaff 1
Bernd M. Smarsly 1

1
(Institute of Physical Chemistry, Justus Liebig University,
Heinrich-Buff-Ring 17, 35392, Giessen, Germany)
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteStudentPosterlink
457Yong SunKimKoreaInstitute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University, Jeonju, KoreaThermal Properties of Erythritol-Containing Carbon FoamsYong Sun Kim, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
Hye Kyoung Shin, Institute of Carbon Technology, Jeonju University
U Sang Lee, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Sang Ok Lee, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Jeong Min Lee, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Seon Ho Nam, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
I Re Kim, Carbon Fusion Engineering, Jeonju Uvniversity
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
459ShogoSatoJapanNational institute of technology, Nagano collegePreparation of PVA-based carbon nano-fibers and their electro-chemical propertiesShogo Sato, Naoya Tokunaga, Kozo Osawa, Masahiko Murata, Yoshihiro Takizawa, Tomoyuki Itaya, Kyoichi Oshida (National institute of technology, Nagano college) Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
460KunLiChinaState Key Laboratory of Solidification Processing, Carbon/Carbon Composites Research Center, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, ChinaDFT study on the conversion of methane to benzene during CVI.Li Kun, Li Hejun, Yan Ningning, Wang Tiyuan, Wang Jiancheng.
State Key Laboratory of Solidification Processing, Carbon/Carbon Composites Research Center, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
461KaiLiUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryElectrospinning Enabled Ultra-Conductive Copper-Carbon Nanotube CompositesKai Li, Lydia Skolrood, Soydan Ozcan, Tolga Aytug
Chemical Science Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1 Bethel Valley Road, Oak Ridge, Tennessee,37831, United States

Soydan Ozcan
Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, Biomedical Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996, United States
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
463VladimirMartisUKSurface Measurement SystemsAdsorption and Separation of Hydrocarbons by Activated Carbons with Controlled Pore StructureVladimir Martis
Surface Measurement Systems Ltd, Unit 5, Wharfside, Rosemont Road, London, HA0 4 PE, United Kingdom

Daryl Williams
Imperial College London, Chemical Engineering, Exhibition Road,
London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom

Daniel J. Burnett
Surface Measurement Systems NA, 2125 28th Street SW, Suite 1, Allentown, PA 18103, USA
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
464Hoi ChunHoUSAOak Ridge National LaboratoryControlling lignin-derived carbon’s morphology by utilizing its thermally reactive functional groups for supercapacitor electrode applicationNgoc A. Nguyen (Oak Ridge National Lab), Kelly M. Meek(Oak Ridge National Lab), David M. Alonso (Glucan BioRenewables, LLC), Sikander H. Hakim (Glucan BioRenewables, LLC), and Amit K Naskar(Oak Ridge National Lab)Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
465CristinaRuiz-GarciaFrancePOR2E Group, CEMTHI, CNRS UNDERSTANDING THE PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF GRAPHENE OXIDE FILMSAlan Quezada, Cristina Ruiz*, Luis Felipe Chazaro, Rene Rangel, Conchi AniaGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
466MykolaSeredychUSADepartment of Materials Science and Engineering, and A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel UniversityMXene, Graphene and Their HybridsYury GogotsiGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentKeynotelink
467Yaned MilenaCorrea-NavarroColombiaUniversidad de los AndesCAFFEINE AND DICLOFENAC ADSORPTION ON FIQUE BAGASSE BIOCHARYaned Milena Correa-Navarro1,2*, Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján2, Liliana Giraldo3
1 Departamento de Química, Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia
2 Departamento de Química, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
3 Departamento de Química, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
468RubenSarabia-RiquelmeUSAUniversity of KentuckyDrastically Reduced Waste Water Generation During Solution Spinning of PAN Fibers Using an Activated Carbon Solvent Sorption SystemRuben Sarabia-Riquelme
Emil Hochstrasser
E. Ashley Morris
David Eaton
Matthew C. Weisenberger

Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
470IgnacioMartin-GullonUSAUniversity of Kentucky CAERHIGH SURFACE AREA SPHERICAL SHAPED ACTIVATED CARBONS FROM BOURBON WASTEIgnacio Martin-Gullon, Dave Eaton, Rodney Andrews.
University of Kentucky-Center for Applied Energy Research
2540 Research Park Drive, Lexington KY 40501

Gary Cullen and Robert Moore
Carbon Science Solutions LLC
1900 Spring Road, Suite 410, Oak Brook, IL 60523
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentOrallink
471JunZhangChinaTsinghua UniversityInterfacial electrochemistry regulation on carbon anodes by an ether-based electrolyte for sodium-ion batteriesJun Zhang 1, 2, Wei Lv 2, Feiyu Kang 1, 2, Quan-Hong Yang 1, 2, 3

1. Shenzhen Environmental Science and New Energy Technology Engineering Laboratory, Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute (TBSI), Tsinghua University, Shenzhen 518055, China.
2. Shenzhen Key Laboratory for Graphene-based materials and Engineering Laboratory for Functionalized Carbon Materials, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University, Shenzhen, 518055, China.
3. Nanoyang Group, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, Tianjin, 300072, China.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
472IgnacioMartin-GullonSpainUniversity of AlicantePEDOT:PSS NANOCOMPOSITES FILMS WITH GRAPHENE OXIDE AND NITROGEN DOPED MULTIWALL CARBON NANOTUBES WITH n-TYPE THERMOELECTRICAL PROPERTIESRuben Sarabia-Riquelme, Ignacio Martin-Gullon, Matthew C. Weisenberger

University of Kentucky, CAER
University of Alicante
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
473JossanoMarcuzzoBrazilINPE - Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas EspaciaisIron@Activated carbon fiber composites for removal of agricultural defensive Gabriela Maria Matos DemitiJossano Saldanha Marcuzzo
INPE - Instituto Nacional de pesquisas Espaciais, Brasil.

Gabriela Maria Matos Demiti
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Murilo Barbosa de Andrade
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Tássia Rhuna Tonial dos Santos
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Marcelo Fernandes Vieira
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Angélica Marquetotti Salcedo Vieira
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Rosângela Bergamasco
UEM - Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brasil

Mauricio Ribeiro Baldan
INPE - Instituto Nacional de pesquisas Espaciais, Brasil.



Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentPosterlink
474JosephAbrahamsonUSAMorgan Advanced MaterialsFullerene-related nanostructure observed in char during early annealing stages via laser heating1. Joseph Abrahamson
Carbon Science CoE, Morgan Advanced Materials and Technology, Inc.

2. Abhishek Jain
Gamma Technologies, LLC

3. Adri C. T. van Duin
Penn State University

4. Randy Vander Wal
Penn State University

Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
475EfstratiosSvinterikosUAEDepartment of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates UniversityActivated carbon prepared from asphaltenes1) Efstratios Svinterikos: Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, U.A.E.

2) Ioannis Zuburtikudis: Department of Chemical Engineering, Abu Dhabi University, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

3) Mohamed Al-Marzouqi: Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, U.A.E.
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
476JordanBurgessUSAUniversity of KentuckyModifying PAN-based Carbon Fiber for Ablative ApplicationsJordan Burgess, Matthew Weisenberger, John Craddock, Emil Hochstrasser, Brian Hayes, Rich Foedinger, Simon Chung, Carissa Russel, John K. Roberts, Jennifer RichmanCarbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
477EfstratiosSvinterikosUAEDepartment of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates UniversityCustomizing the porosity characteristics of activated carbon nanofibers prepared from a blend of lignin with recycled PET1)Efstratios Svinterikos: Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates University (UAEU), Al Ain, U.A.E.

2) Ioannis Zuburtikudis: Department of Chemical Engineering, Abu Dhabi University (ADU), Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

3) Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, United Arab Emirates University (UAEU), Al Ain, U.A.E.
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
478Paa KwasiAduseiUSAUniversity of Cincinnati3D-Graphene-Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Fibers for Supercapacitor Applications.Paa Kwasi Adusei a, Sathya Kanakaraj a, Yu-Yun Hsieh a, Yanbo Fang a, Mahnoosh Khosravifar a, Kevin Johnson b, Vesselin Shanov a, b *


a Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 45221-0072, USA
b Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, OH, 45221-0012, USA
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesStudentOrallink
479FernandoVallejos-BurgosChileMorgan Advanced MaterialsChallenges in Graphene Nanopore- (Nanowindow)-based Molecular Separations: A Critical ReviewFernando Vallejos-Burgos
Morgan Advanced Materials

Fernando Vallejos-Burgos
Morgan Advanced Materials
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
480DayakarPenumaduUSAUniversity of TennesseeIntermediate Modulus Low Cost Carbon Fiber Based CompositesDr. Dayakar Penumadu
Fred N. Peebles Professor & JIAM Chair of Excellence
Tickle College of Engineering
CEE Department, 325 John D. Tickle Building
851 Neyland Drive
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-2313, USA

Dr. Uday Vaidya
Governors Chair Professor
Tickle College of Engineering
MABE Department
102 Fibers & Composites Manufacturing Facility
1321 White Avenue
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37916

Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
481KamleshBornaniUSAUniversity of Tennessee-KnoxvilleMeasuring micrmechanical response of carbon fiber using NanoidentationKamlesh Bornani & Dayakar PenumaduCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
482Sathya NarayanKanakarajUSAUniversity of CincinnatiNovel Synthesis Route to CNT Fiber Hybrid for Li-Ion Supercapacitor ApplicationsSathya Narayan Kanakaraj1, Yu-Yun Hsieh1, Paa Kwasi Adusei1, Bradley Homan2, Yanbo Fang1, Guangqi Zhang1, Siddharth Mishra1, Seyram Gbordzoe1, Vesselin Shanov1, 2
1-Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221.
2-Department of Biomedical, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
483JandroAbotUSAThe Catholic University of AmericaPolymer-embedded carbon nanotube yarns: Unveiling their piezoresistive response and sensitivity through parametric studiesJandro L Abot, Jude C. Anike, Akbar Pirmoz, Tannaz Tayyarian, Binita Saha, Abdulrahman Binfaris, Omar Rodriguez-Uicab and Francis Avilés
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, USA
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
484KeShenChinaHunan UniversityHigh temperature purification of natural graphite for nuclear applicationsKe Shen

Hunan province key laboratory for advanced carbon materials and applied technology, Hunan University, Changsha 410082, Hunan, China
Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
485AlanChaffeeAustraliaMonash University, School of ChemistryActive carbon honeycomb monoliths derived from brown coal and their application for gas and liquid adsorptionAlan L Chaffee, Monash University, School of Chemistry
Mehrdad Parsa, Monash University, School of Chemistry
Emma Qi, Monash University, School of Chemistry
Porous CarbonsNon-StudentKeynotelink
486EmilHochstrasserUSACenter For Applied Energy ResearchLignin Butyration for Improved Miscibility in PAN/DMSO for Carbon Precursor FiberEmil Hochstrasser, Ashley Morris, Anne Oberlink, and David EatonCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
487FangyuanSuChinaInstitute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese Academy of SciencesEffect of Anion on the Quantum Capacitance of Graphene Cathode in Lithium Ion Capacitor: A DFT StudyFangyuan Su, Chengmeng ChenCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
488WeiWengChinaDonghua UniversityGraphene composite fibers for flexible lithium-ion batteriesWei Weng, Donghua University
Yang Zhang, Donghua University
Junjie Yang, Donghua University
Lijun Yang, Donghua University
Meifang Zhu, Donghua University
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
489YaodongLiuChinaInstitute of Coal Chemistry, CAS, ChinaDesign of Carbon Fibers For High Performance Composites With Improved Modulus and Balanced Compressive StrengthYaodong Liu*, Chunxiang LuCarbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
490BakhytzhanLesbayevKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion ProblemsMETHOD OF GRAPHENE SYNTHESIS IN THE COMBINED FLAMELesbayev B.T. *, Prikhodko N.G., Nazhipkyzy M., Rakhymzhan N. B., Serik Askar., Temirgaliyeva A.N., Elemesova J.K. , , Z.A. MansurovGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
491NikolayPrikhodkoKazakhstanInstitute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, KazakhstanRESEARCH OF THE EFFECT OF THE CONDITIONS OF SYNTHESIS OF CARBON MATERIAL FROM RICE HUSK ON THE ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE SUPERCONDENSATOR ELECTRODESPrikhodko, N1,2, Lesbayev, B1,3, Yeleuov, М1,4, Taurbekov, А1, Temirgaliyeva, T1,3,Turganbay, A1,3, UstayevaG1,3,Nazhipkyzy, M1,3, Mansurov, Z1,3

1 Institute of Combustion Problems, Almaty, Kazakhstan
2Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, Almaty, Kazakhstan
3 Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,Almaty, Kazakhstan
4Satbayev University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
e-mail: nik99951@mail.ru
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
492Ndeye MatyNdiayeSouth AfricaUniversity of pretoriaGeneration of a mesoporous web-like carbon-vanadium oxynitride as an electrode material for symmetric supercapacitorsNdeye. M. Ndiaye (a), Ndeye. F. Sylla (a), Balla. D. Ngom (b), Bridget K. Mutuma (a), J. K. Dangbegnon (a), S. C. Ray (c). and Ncholu. Manyala (a)
a Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Materials, SARChI Chair in Carbon Technology and Materials, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0028, South Africa
b Laboratoire de photonique Quantique d'Energie et de NanoFabrication, Groupe de Physique du Solide et Science des Matériaux, Département de Physique FST-UCAD BP 5005 Dakar-Fan, Dakar, Sénégal
c Department of Physics, College of Science, Engineering and Technology, University of South Africa, Private Bag X6, Florida, 1710, Science Campus, Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Avenue, Florida Park, Johannesburg 1710, South Africa
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
493GeorgeFrankUSACenter for Applied Energy ResearchDevelopment of Asphaltene-Derived Carbon FiberAdam Fusco, Justin Lacy, George Frank, and Matthew C. WeisenbergerCarbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
494TamasSzaboHungaryUniversity of Szeged, HungarySwellable assemblies of graphene oxide nanosheetsTamás Szabó, Alexandr TalyzinGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentOrallink
496HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyStructural evolution and supercapacitor performance of carbon blacks at thermal oxidation treatmentLihui Zhang, Chengwei Fan, Su Zhang, Yifan Liu, Xiaohong Chen, Dianzeng Jia, Huaihe SongCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
497HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyA facile synthesis of pitch-based carbon microbeads and its superior performance for sodium-ion batteriesMan Yuan, Bin Cao, Zhaokun Ma, Xiaohong Chen, Huaihe SongCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
498EliezerReyesUSANC State UniversitySTUDY OF ALMOND HULLS ACTIVATED CARBONS FROM HIGH TEMPERATURE CARBONIZATION AS SUITABLE FEEDSTOCK IN HEAVIER METALS ABSORPTION
Eliezer Reyes, Stephen S Kelley, Sunkyu Park. Department of Forest Biomaterials, College of Natural Resources, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27605
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
499EliezerReyesUSANC State UniversityDevelopment of an integrated process model for the evaluation of biochar and activated carbon for wastewater treatmentEliezer Reyes, Stephen S Kelley, Sunkyu Park, Department of Forest Biomaterials, College of Natural Resources, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27605 Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
500AshleyMorrisUSAUK Center for Applied Energy ResearchProgress on the Development of Small Diameter Hollow PAN Precursor and Resultant Carbon FibersE. Ashley Morris, Nik Hochstrasser, Jordan Burgess, Ruben Sarabia-Riquelme, Anne Oberlink, Matthew C. Weisenberger

University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentKeynotelink
501LixiangLiChinaUniversity of science and technology LiaoningNitrogen co-doped ordered micro/meso porous carbon from SBA-15 CVD for supercapacitor electrodeLixiang Li, Shan Jiang, Baigang An, Xin GengCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
503LiShangLinTaiwanRCAS, Academia sinicaDetermine lateral size and thickness of graphene using quantitative optical mappingLin LiShang, Wei Bin Tay, Zabeada Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
506AshishAherUSAUniversity of KentuckyGraphene Oxide Membranes for Selective Molecular Separation of Lignin Model CompoundsAshish Aher
Rupam Sarma
Dibakar Bhattacharyya
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
507JiazhiHuUSAUniversity of KentuckyHeat treatment in air of Si/polyacrylonitrile composites as an unconventional approach to fabricate high performance lithium ion battery negative electrodesJiazhi Hu, Andrew W. Meyer, Xiaosong Huang, and Yang-Tse ChengCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
508ZiniaMohantaIndiaIndian Institute of ScienceEngineering Graphene Oxide Surface Chemistry and investigation of corresponding physicochemical propertiesZinia Mohanta, Centre for BioSystems Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru; Chandan Srivastava, Department of Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru; Hanudatta Shastry Atreya, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science, BengaluruGraphene and Related MaterialsStudentOrallink
509DaewanKimKoreaJeonju Univ., Institute of Carbon Technoogy, KoreaCO2 adsorption on ACF censor in a small containerDaewan Kim, Carbon Tech. Inst., Jeonju Univ., Korea; Honggun Kim, Carbon Tech. Inst., Jeonju Univ., Korea; Leeku Kwac, Carbon Tech. Inst., Jeonju Univ., Korea; Seungkon Ryu, Carbon Tech. Inst., Jeonju Univ., KoreaPorous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
510RUIFUUSAUniversity of KentuckyMicro-scale Thermo-Mechanical Coupling and Oxidation Model for Carbon Fibers in Charring Ablative MaterialsRui Fu, University of Kentucky (presenting), Jose Grana-Otero, University of Kentucky, Alexandre Martin, University of KentuckyCarbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
511UmranDuzelUSAUniversity of KentuckyUniversal solver based on Volume Averaged Navier-Stokes equations for porous flow modelling and ablation problemsUmran Duzel, University of Kentucky, Alexandre Martin, University of KentuckyPorous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
512WenqiLiUSABiosystems & Agricultural Engineering Department, University of KentuckyCharacterization and investigation of lignin derived silicon-carbon nanocomposite anode for lithium-ion batteryWenqi Li, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering Department, University of Kentucky
Yang-Tse Cheng, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky
Jian Shi, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering Department, University of Kentucky
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentOrallink
513Kumud MalikaTripathiKoreaGachon UniversityNitrogen Doped Functionalized Graphene as Sustainable Photocatalyst for Visible Light Induced Overall Water SplittingKumud Malika Tripathi, Gouri Sankar Das and TaeYoung Kim

Department of Bionanotechnology, South Korea
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
514JamesNicholsUSAUniversity of KentuckyPreparation of the Kentucky Re-Entry Universal Payload System for Orbital Flight. Preparation of the Kentucky Re-Entry Universal Payload System for Orbital FlightJ. T. Nichols, C. J. Dietz, J. D. Sparks, E. C. Whitmer, W. T. Smith, S. W. Smith, and A. MartinPorous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
515KristenPriceUSAUniversity of KentuckyAnalysis of Spallation Products Using Arc-Jet ExperimentsKristen J. Price, J. Matthew Hardy, Colby G. Borchetta, Sean C.C. Bailey and Alexandre MartinCarbon Fibers and CompositesStudentPosterlink
516Raghava S. C.DavuluriUSAUniversity of KentuckyNumerical reconstruction of spalled particle trajectories in an arc-jet environmentRaghava S. C. Davuluri - University of Kentucky,
Kaveh A. Tagavi - University of Kentucky,
Alexandre Martin - University of Kentucky.
Carbon Fibers and CompositesStudentOrallink
517MarieFontanaFranceCEA-LITEN / DTNM / SCSF / LCHDirectly grown and vertically aligned carbon nanotubes as diffusion layers to enhance fuel cells performancesFontana Marie
Jean Dijon
Arnaud Morin
Raphaël Ramos
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsStudentPosterlink
518EricGrulkeUSAUniversity of KentuckySize and shape distributions by transmission electron microscopy: a carbon black aggregate case studyEric A. Grulke a,*, Stephen B. Riceb, Jin Cheng Xiongb, Kazuhiro Yamamotoc*, Tae Hyun Yoond, Kevin Thomsone, Meghdad Saffaripoure, Greg J. Smallwoode, Joshua W. Lambertf,
Arnold J. Strombergf, Ryan Macya, Nicholas J. Briotg, Dali Qiang
a Chemical & Materials Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0046, USA
b Cabot Corporation, 157 Concord Rd, Billerica, MA, 01821, USA
c National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba Central 5, Higashi 1-1-1, Japan
d Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul, 133 791, South Korea
e National Research Council Canada, 1200 Montreal Road, Building M-9, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0R6, Canada
f Department of Statistics, College of Arts and Sciences, 313 Multidisciplinary Science Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0082, USA
g Electron Microscope Center, College of Engineering, 004 ASTeCC Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0286, USA

Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
519ChristopherBarrowUSAUniversity of KentuckySemi-Empirical Measurement of Thermal Conductivity in Carbon Fiber InsulatorsChristopher T. Barrow, University of Kentucky
John F. Maddox, University of Kentucky
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
520HuaiheSongChinaBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyOne-step synthesis of spherical Si/C composite with onion-like buffer structure as a high-performance anode material for lithium-ion batteriesDengke Wang, Chunli Zhou, Bin Cao, Yucheng Xu, Donghai Zhang, Ang Li, Xiaohong Chen, Huaihe Song

Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
521HarpreetSinghIndiaSliet UniversityHydrolysis of surfactin over activated carbon,vs sharma,Coal, Coke, Carbon Black, and GraphiteNon-StudentPosterlink
522XinGaoUSAUniversity of KentuckyCapacitive Deionization Using Porous Carbon ElectrodesX. Gao, A. Omosebi, J. Landon, and K. LiuCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
523JileiLiuChinaHunan UniveristyUnraveling the Potassium Storage Mechanism in GraphiteJilei Liu
College of Materials Science and Engineering, Hunan province key laboratory for advanced carbon materials and applied technology, Hunan University, Changsha, 410082, China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
524JiyoungKimKoreaSungkyunkwan University / Washington State UniversityMetal-Organic Framework Derived Co-N-C Electrocatalysts for Efficient Hydrogen Evolution in Acid and Alkaline MediaJiyoung Kim(a,b, presenting author), Beum Jin Park (a), Younghwan Cha (b), Panpan Dong (b), Min-Kyu Song (b*), and Ho Seok Park (a*)
a: Sungkyunkwan University
b: Washington State University
* Co-corresponding authors
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
525JiyoungKimKoreaSungkyunkwan UniversityEffects of Carbon Porosity on Sorption Applications: CO2 adsorption, Capacitive Deionization, and SupercapacitorJiyoung Kim (presenting author), Min Sung Choi, and Ho Seok Park
Affiliations: Sungkyunkwan University
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
526AmanpreetKaurIndiaGuru Nanak Dev University Amritsar IndiaGreen exfoliation of graphene nanosheets based on freezing induced volumetric expansion of carbonated waterAmanpreet Kaur and Ravi Chand Singh
Presenting author is Amanpreet Kaur

Affiliation: Department of Physics, Guru Nanak Dev University, G.T Road, Amritsar-143005, India.
Graphene and Related MaterialsStudentPosterlink
527ShoaibAnwerUAEKhalifa University, Abu dhabi, UAENature-inspired, Graphene-wrapped 3D MoS2 Ultrathin Microflower Architecture as a High-Performance Anode Material for Sodium-Ion BatteriesShoaib Anwer, a, * Yongxin Huang, b Baosong Li, c G. Bharath, d Kin Liao, a, c Wesley J. Cantwell, c, e Feng Wu, b, f Renjie Chen, b, f and Lianxi Zheng a

Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
528JenniferNiedzielaUSAORNLMechanical classification of carbon fibers from Raman and x-ray scatteringJ. L. Niedziela, A. J. Miskowiec, J. J. Langford, R. J. Kapsimalis
Nuclear Nonproliferation Divison
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
529AgnesKaneUSABrown UniversityToxicity of Carbon Nanomaterials: Does Geometry Matter?Agnes Kane
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Brown University
Carbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentKeynotelink
530ShanmugarajKrishnamoorthyChileUniversity of ConcepcionPt and Pd Nanoparticles Entrapped in Titanate Nanotubes for Chemoselective Hydrogenation of NitrobenzeneK. Shanmugaraj,1 T.M. Bustamante,1 G. Pecchi,1 R.V. Mangalaraja,2 C.C. Torres3 and C.H. Campos1
1Departamento de Fisicoquímica, Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile. shanmugaraj.chemist@gmail.com
2Departamento de Ingeniera de Materiales, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile.
3Departamento de Ciencias Químicas, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Universidad Andres Bello, Sede Concepción, Talcahuano, Chile.
Presenter Name: K. Shanmugaraj
Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Other NanostructuresNon-StudentPosterlink
531Aida MireyaRamirez AriasColombiaUniversidad de los AndesCalorimetric Study on Four Activated Carbons Obtained from Waste Tires for the Adsorption of Triton X-100Aida Mireya Ramírez Arias
Juan Carlos Moreno Piraján
Liliana Giraldo
Porous CarbonsStudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
532Victor LazarasVinothChileUniversidad catolica de la santisima concepcion, ChileHighly sensitive electrochemical detection of dopamine using Graphene quantum dots capped with gold nanoparticles in glassy carbon electrodeVictor Vinoth 1,2, Sambandam Anandan 2, Héctor Valdés 1
1 Laboratorio de Tecnologías Limpias, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Concepción, Chile
2 Nanomaterials and Solar Energy Conversion Lab, Department of Chemistry, National
Institute of Technology, Tiruchurappalli, India.
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
534FernandoPereiraPortugalUniversity of PortoEFFICIENT DIRECT SORBITOL PRODUCTION FROM CELLULOSE WITH Ru SUPPORTED ON HIGHLY MICROPOROUS CARBON/CARBON NANOTUBE HYBRID CATALYSTSNatalia Rey-Raap, Lucília S. Ribeiro, José J.M. Órfão, José L. Figueiredo, M. Fernando R. PereiraCarbons for CatalysisNon-StudentOrallink
Extended Abstract
535FernandoPereiraPortugalUniversity of PortoEffect of the Surface Chemistry of Hydrothermal Carbons on the Oxygen Reduction ReactionRafael Gomes Morais, Natalia Rey-Raap, José Luís Figueiredo, Manuel Fernando Ribeiro Pereira* Porous CarbonsNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
536MarkThiesUSAClemson UniversityFragmentation-Resistant Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) for Investigating the Kinetics of Mesophase Formation W. Cabell Lamie, Graham W. Tindall, Wesley P. Hoffman, David A Bruce, and Mark C. Thies*Carbon Fibers and CompositesNon-StudentOrallink
537JamesMorseUSAU.S. Naval Research Laboratory.Chemically Hydrogenated Graphene for Solid-State Hydrogen Storage ApplicationsJames MorseGraphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
538NuhaAl HabisSaudia ArabiaKing Saud UniversityMultiwall carbon nanotubes reinforcing ability in alumina/zirconia hybrid ceramic nanocomposites prepared by hot-pressingNuha Al Habis
Iftikhar Ahmed
Nanocarbon-based Fibers and NanocompositesNon-StudentPosterlink
Extended Abstract
539RuopianFangAustraliaUniversity of Mew South Wales, SydneyTHE REGULATING ROLE OF CARBON MATERIALS IN RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM-SULFUR BATTERIESRuopian Fang1, Da-Wei Wang1, Feng Li2, Hui-Ming Cheng2

Affiliation1: School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, City, Country;
Affiliation2: Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China
Carbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentPosterlink
540MeridBelaynehQatarHamad Bin Khalifa UniversityLow Energy Electron Transparency of Graphene and Doped-Graphene via Electron Energy AnalyzerMerid. Belayneh1, Vineet. Mohanty2, Mohamed Farhat1, Brain Fu2, Sabre. Kais3, Timothy Fisher4, and Fahhad H Alharbi1, 5
1Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.
2Department of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.
3Department of Chemistry and Physics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.
4Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering & California NanoSystems Institute,
University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
5College of Science and Engineering, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.
Graphene and Related MaterialsNon-StudentPosterlink
541RobertHurtUSABrown UniversityReactive Degradation Kinetics for 2D Materials: A New Approach for High-Throughput Safety Screening and Appropriate Technology MappingRobert H. Hurt, Cynthia Browning, Evan Gray, Allen Green, Agnes KaneCarbons for Health and MedicineNon-StudentOrallink
542AnaArenillasSpainInstituto Nacional del Carbon. CSIC, OviedoDesigning Carbons For Electrochemical ApplicationsAna Arenillas, M.A. Montes-Moran, J. Angel MenendezCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentKeynotelink
543KelseyHatzellUSAField-Assisted Separations with Carbon ElectrodesKelsey HatzellCarbons for Electrochemical ApplicationsNon-StudentOrallink
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