Upcoming events and seminars

We believe in our duty to share knowledge through weekly seminars, regularly workshops and other events. Our weekly seminars at DIFFER (filter the list below for seminars only) cover a wide range of topics and are open to everybody. Please, read more about our seminars and specific information for external visitors at Upcoming seminars.

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List all past seminars organized at DIFFER

May 30th 2017
Ready to get inspired by and to connect with students, professionals, researchers and startups? Join the Energy Now congress at the TU/eindhoven. Tickets are available via www.energy-now.nl    
Ute Ebert
June 1st 2017
(Please note the deviating time) Pulsed discharges play a key role not only in various lightning phenomena, but also in energy efficient plasma processing, plasma horticulture, plasma medicine and in high voltage technology where the replacement of the extreme green house gas SF6 is an urgent issue. I will identify the common ground of these phenomena, sketch briefly the experimental access and then elaborate on the inherently multiscale processes in space and time. I will end with discussing methods and surprising results of our fully three-dimensional discharge simulations... Read more
Gerard van Rooij
June 8th 2017
Abstract will follow soon
Petra de Jongh
June 15th 2017
Many decades of research in heterogeneous catalysis have yielded a wealth of knowledge on how to prepare metal nanoparticles in mesoporous carbon and oxide supports [1]. However, it is seldomly realised that this knowledge might be extremely useful also for the development of new materials for energy storage and conversion, such as in batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, gas storage materials and solar fuels materials. Vice versa the search for new energy storage and conversion materials might inspire unorthodox approaches to identify new, promising catalysts based on low-cost and earth... Read more
June 21st 2017
On June 21st, 2017 the joint TU/e-DIFFER Center for Computational Energy Research (CCER) will be officially opened. The CCER aims to explore pathways to future energy systems via computational methods. The ambition is to complement experimental research in unlocking scalable energy solutions for mid-century and beyond.