18th International Symposium on the Reactivity of Solids

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Scientific Program

Monday, June 9

9.00-11.00 Registration

Session 1. Chair: E.V. Antipov

11.00-11.45 Opening Ceremony

11.45-12.30 Pl-1 D. Aurbach (Bar Ilan University, Israel) Advanced materials science for energy storage & conversion

12.30-12.50 O-1 M. A. Alario-Franco (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Superconductivity and Mo/Cu Charge Equilibrium in (Mo0.3Cu0.7)Sr2ErCu2Oy

12.50-14.20 Lunch

Session 2. Chair: K. Poeppelmeier

14.20-14.50 Inv-1 O. Mentré (Université Lille, France) Digging holes and refilling : Reversible Fe-extrusion in layered compounds

14.50-15.10 O-2 S.Ya. Istomin (Moscow State University, Russia) Cathode materials for IT-SOFC based on perovskites with 3d-metal cations

15.10-15.40 Inv-2 D. Johnson (University of Oregon, USA) Controlling Reactions at Solid-Solid Interfaces: Access to New Materials with Designed Nanoarchitecture

15.40-16.10 Coffee break

Session 3. Chair: M. A. Alario-Franco

16.10-16.55 Pl-2 A. Tressaud (ICMCB-CNRS, University Bordeaux 1, France ) Reactivity between fluorine and various carbonaceous materials: mechanisms, structural changes and applications

16.55-17.15 O-3 M. Collila (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Reactivity of  zwitterionic mesostructured bioceramics

17.15-17.45 Inv-3 P. Naumov (New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE) Mechanical Effects in Dynamic Crystals – A Revival

17.45-18.05 O-4 B.A. Zakharov (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia) Influence of low temperatures and high pressures on crystals containing amino acids

18.15-20.00 Welcome party

Tuesday, June 10

Session 4. Chair: E. Boldyreva

9.00-9.45 Pl-3 W. Jones (University of Cambridge, UK) Organic solid state chemistry and the delivery of new pharmaceutical materials

9.45-10.05 O-5 M. Colmont (Université Lille Nord de France, France) Architecture of Bismuth Oxysalts: Handling Oxocentered Bricks Into Walls and 3D Architectures

10.05-10.25 O-6 E. Moran (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Cr1-xVxO2: HP/HT synthesis, structure and magnetic properties

10.25-10.55 Inv-4 T. Mori (National Institute for Materials Science, Japan) - Development of novel borides, silicides, sulfides, and oxides, as effective thermoelectric materials through particular features of crystal structure

10.55-11.25 Coffee break

Session 5. Chair: J.Maier

11.25-11.55 Inv-5 C. Delmas (Université Bordeaux, France) Solid state electrochemisrtry: a tool for synthesis and characterization of solids

11.55-12.15 O-7 N.R. Khasanova (Moscow State University, Russia) 3D Fluorophosphates as Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Batteries

12.15-12.35 O-8 S. Carenco (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA) Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis with Bimetallic Nanoparticles: In Situ Surface Monitoring by Synchrotron X-Ray Spectroscopy

12.35-13.05 Inv-6 W. Bensch (University of Kiel, Germany) Is there a general reaction pathway for Li insertion into cubic spinel materials?

13.05-14.40 Lunch

Session 6. Chair: M. Senna

14.40-15.10 Inv-7 J. Li (Rutgers, USA) Design and Optimization of Crystalline Hybrid Materials for Use in Rare-Earth Free WLEDs

15.10-15.30 O-35 R. Merkle (MPI for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany) Cathode materials for H-SOFC: proton uptake, bulk transport and oxygen surface exchange kinetics

15.30-15.50 O-10 Z. Mazej (Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia) Photochemical syntheses in anhydrous hydrogen fluoride – a pathway to high oxidation state fluorides

15.50-16.10 O-11 P. Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, China) Functionalized ionic liquids based on piperidinium cations with ester group as electrolytes for lithium battery

16.10-16.40 Coffee break

Session 7. Chair: C. Delmas

16.40-17.10 Inv-8 S. Misture (Alfred University, USA) Oxide nanosheets as water splitting catalysts: a structural perspective

17.10-17.30 O-12 G. Yuan (Harbin Institute of Technology, China) Studies on rate performance of spherical natural graphite used as anode material of lithium ion battery

17.30-17.50 O-13 O.V. Levin (St. Petersburg State University, Russia) Charge transfer processes on electrodes modified by polymer films of metal complexes with the Schiff bases

17.50-18.10 O-14 J. Zhao (Harbin Institute of Technology, China) 3D Ordered Macroporous Germanium Electrodeposited from Ionic Liquid and Its Electrochemical Properties

18.30-20.30 Poster Session

Wednesday, June 11

Session 8. Chair: A. Tressaud

9.00-9.45 Pl-4 K. Poeppelmeier (Northwestern University, USA) Mixed Metal Oxide-Fluorides: Synthesis and Reactivity

9.45-10.05 O-15 Akimoto (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan) Soft Chemical Synthesis and Electrochemical Lithium Insertion Properties of a Novel Hydrogen Titanium Oxide H2Ti12O2

10.05-10.25 O-16 V.A. Cherepanov (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia) Peculiarities of perovskite related oxides formation in the Ln – M – T – O systems (Ln = Lanthanoid, Y; M = Ca, Sr, Ba; T = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni). Phase equilibria and oxygen nonstoichiometry

10.25-10.55 Inv-9 J. Grin (CPFS, Dresden, Germany) Redox reactions for preparation of intermetallic compounds

10.55-11.25 Coffee break

Session 9. Chair: A.V. Shevelkov

11.25-11.55 Inv-10 A. Maignan (CRISMAT, Caen, France) Thermoelectric oxides and sulfides : understanding the structure property relationships

11.55-12.15 O-17 M.A. Vorotyntsev (Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics, Chernogolovka, Russia) Novel one-stage electrochemical method for synthesis of electroactive composite materials. Its application for Prussian Blue/polypyrrole film coated electrodes for electrocatalytic applications

12.15-12.35 O-18 K. Hayamizu (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan) NMR studies in an amorphous solid ion conductor (Li2S)7(P2S5)3. Lithium ion diffusion studied by 7Li PGSE NMR

12.35-13.05 Inv-11 E. Dikarev (University at Albany, USA ) Soft Chemistry Approach to Materials Synthesis

13.05-14.35 Lunch

Session 10. Chair: A. Maignan

14.35-15.05 Inv-12 H. Kageyama (Kyoto University, Japan) Coordination-Selective Transition Metal Intercalation in a Layered Telluride

15.05-15.25 O-19 A.P. Nemudry (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia) Strategy for improving the functional properties of MIEC oxides, new methods and approaches for their research

15.25-15.45 O-20 E.A. Kotomin (MPI for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany) Ab initio Modelling of Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Mixed Conducting  Perovskites for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

15.45-16.05 O-21 R. Sáez Puche (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Large magnetocaloric effect and magnetic properties of polymorphic RCrO4 (R=rare earth) oxides

16.05-16.30 Coffee break

Session 11. Chair: H. Kageyama

16.30-17.00 Inv-13 J. Wiley (University of New Orleans, USA) Topochemical Reaction Strategies for the Manipulation of Layered Oxides

17.00-17.20 O-22 M. Senna (Shizuoka University, Japan) Solid state synthesis of phase pure cubic Li7La3Zr2O12 nanoparticles from a highly reactive precursor

17.20-17.40 O-23 J. Andrieux (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France) Titanium matrix composites reinforced with TiC particles: Kinetics towards thermodynamic equilibrium

17.40-18.00 O-24 N.F. Uvarov (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia) Concentration pressure in solid solutions of ionic salts

18.15-20.30 Poster Session

Thursday, June 12

Session 12. Chair: S.V. Krivovichev

9.00-9.45 Pl-5 A. M. Abakumov (EMAT, Antwerp University, Belgium) Structure of materials: advanced TEM meets advanced crystallography

9.45-10.05 O-25 D. Portehault (Sorbonne Universités, Paris, France) Molecular strategies toward original nanomaterials: sub-oxides and boron-based compounds

10.05-10.25 O-26 V.V. Gurzhiy (St. Petersburg State University, Russia) Structural diversity and complexity of uranyl selenates and sulfates

10.25-10.55 Inv-14 J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany) Significance of Defect Chemistry for Reactivity of Solids

10.55-11.25 Coffee break

Session 13. Chair: P. Naumov

11.25-11.55 Inv-15 E. Boldyreva (Novosibirsk, Russia) High-pressure research in relation to reactivity of solids

11.55-12.15 O-27 Y. Arachi (Kansai University, Osaka, Japan) Electrochemical activity of Li2MnO3 induced by coexisting with CuO

12.15-12.35 O-28 M. Karushev (Powermers Inc, Russia) New functional materials for energy applications

12.35-12.55 O-29 V. Šepelák (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) Highly reactive nanooxides prepared by mechanochemical routes

12.55-14.30 Lunch

Session 14. Chair: J. Grin

14.30-15.00 Inv-16 J. Breu ( Bayreuth University, Germany) Synthetic Clay Minerals: Materials Chemistry in Two Dimensions

15.00-15.20 O-30 A. Matvienko (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia) The study of kinetics, structural and morphological changes during thermal decomposition of M2(C2O4)3·10H2O (M=Ce, Sm)

15.20-15.40 O-31 S. García-Martín (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Imaging of Charge Ordering and Oxygen Vacancies of the Multifunctional Oxide TbBaMn2O5.75

15.40-16.10 Inv-17 R.A. Evarestov (St. Petersburg State University, Russia) Quantum Chemistry of V2O5 Nanostructures

16.15 – 20.00 Excursion

20.00 Banquet

Friday, June 13

Session 15. Chair: O. Mentré

9.00-9.45 Pl-6 S.V. Krivovichev (SPbSU, Russia) Structural complexity of crystalline solids: quantitative measures and application

9.45-10.05 O-32 N.B. Bolotina (Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography, Moscow, Russia) Ion transport in defect structures of tysonite-like La1-ySryF3-y crystals

10.05-10.25 O-33 H. Gong (National University of Singapore, Singapore) Reactivity of Transparent Conducting ITO Film on Exposing to NO Gas

10.25-10.45 O-34 P.P. Fedorov (Prokhorov General Physics Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia) Non-classical mechanism of crystal growth by agglomeration of the nanoparticles

10.15-11.15 Coffee break

Session 16. Chair: I. Zvereva

11.15-11.35 O-9 V.V. Kondratiev (St. Petersburg State University, Russia) Synthesis and Electrochemical Study of Nanostructured PEDOT/MnO2 Composites for Supercapacitor Applications

11.35-11.55 O-36 H. Pfeiffer (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México) Carbon dioxide (CO2) reactivity on lithium and sodium ceramics. A high temperature CO2 capture option

11.55-12.15 O-37 V.V. Malev (St. Petersburg State University, Russia) Reformulation of Charge Carriers Fluxes and Material Balance Equations for Polaron-Conducting Polymer Films

12.15-12.45 Inv-18 T.M. Palstra (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) Multiferroic Properties of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Compounds

12.45-13.15 Closing Ceremony

12.15-14.30 Lunch

14-30 – 20.00 Excursion to the fountains of Peterhof (optional, to be booked at the Registration Desk)

Every day at lunch time excursion to Mendeleev Museum and Archives is organized (optional, free of charge, to be booked at the Registration Desk)

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