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April 10-12, 2018
Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK


Interfaces are critical to achieving next generation energy systems with high performance and stability. However, little is known about the potential challenges associated with interface phenomena in these systems. This conference will bring together leaders in the fields of thermoelectrics, solid-state batteries, solid-oxide fuel cells, and interface electronics to discuss the latest discoveries that have been made in their respective communities regarding the interface. The aim is that collaborative discussions among these groups will direct the future of interfaces in energy materials.

Conference Program Organizing Committee


G. Jeffrey Snyder
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering Department,
Northwestern University


Chang-Beom Eom
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering Department,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Associate Editor, APL Materials


John Irvine
Professor, School of Chemistry
University of St. Andrews


Siân Dutton
Lecturer, Winton Advanced Fellow, and Postdoctoral by-fellow,
Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Local Organizing Committee


Judith L. MacManus-Driscoll
Professor of Materials Science, Department of Materials Science and
Engineering and Metallurgy,
University of Cambridge
Editor-in-Chief, APL Materials


Clare Grey
Professor, Department of Chemistry,
University of Cambridge


Stephen Skinner
Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Materials
Imperial College – London


Ian Metcalfe
Professor, School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials,
Newcastle University

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