I-10 – Multi-functional oxide nanomaterials: from design to advanced applications


Organizers: Davide Barreca (CNR-ICMATE), Chiara Maccato (University of Padua), Andrea Illiberi (Solliance/TNO), Teresa Andreu (Catalonia Institute for Energy Research), Harish Parala (Ruhr-University Bochum), Juan Ramón Morante (Catalonia Institute for Energy Research), Fred Roozeboom (Eindhoven University of Technology), André ten Elshof (University of Twente), Anjana Devi (Ruhr-University Bochum), Urska Lavrencic Stangar (University of Ljubljana), Luis Sánchez (Córdoba University), Martyn E. Pemble (University College Cork), Paolo Fornasiero (CNR-ICCOM), Alberto Gasparotto (University of Padua), Ettore Fois (University of Insubria).

Colm O'Dwyer

University College Cork, Ireland

Colm O'Dwyer received Ph.D. in physics in 2003. After postdoc research in ultracold Cs-atom beam nanolithography at Université Paul Sabatier, he developed inorganic oxide nanomaterials and was SFI Stokes Lecturer at UL. At UCC, his group investigates energy storage and optoelectronic materials. With ECS, he organized >20 symposia in solid state and electrochemical science. He serves the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports and a Fellow of IOP.