Well prepared for the last project year!

We are just back from a very pleasant and constructive review meeting at AMO in Aachen! It was very good to review the project status one year before its end! Nice to meet in person, sometimes for the first time! A big thank you also goes to our project officer who kindly accompanied us to Aachen and gave us a profound and positive day with many discussions.

New GreEnergy publication

Our GreEnergy coworker Azega Rajaras shares advances in improving wood-based fibers for use in supercapacitors. 

Her paper on “Effect of plasma treatment on electrochemical performance of lignin-based carbon fibers” appears in the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, doi: 10.1016/j.jelechem.2023.117723 and demonstrates that low-power plasma treatment with short exposure beneficially modifies the lignin based fiber surface.

You can now find it together with all other GreEnergy publications on our Outcomes page

7th consortium meeting - a number of activities planned for YOU

We just had our 7th consortium meeting where we made plans for the last year until the end of the project. 

Stay tuned, we have a number of activities planned for you: Exchange with the user forum, a second doctoral school, a concluding conference and a final position paper.

Download the presentation slides of the GreEnergy workshop

Our first GreEnergy workshop "Roadmap from design to production of nanoantennas based solar energy harvester" was held last week.

During the event, Prof. Michele Midrio (University of Udine) and Dr. Davide Mencarelli (Università Politecnica delle Marche) gave insights into the main challenges to achieve efficient solar energy harvesting. Prof. Max Lemme (AMO GmbH & RWTH Aachen University) gave a nice overview of 2D materials for energy harvesting applications, followed by a stimulating panel discussion on the scaling-up route, technological challenges remaining before solar panels based on these findings can be realized and gone to production, their commercial potential etc.

We warmly thank all participants, our speakers and panellists for such a nice event!

If you missed our workshop, check out the event webpage to download the presentation slides.

Stay tuned for the next public events, latest publications of the project and event more outcomes!

GreEnergy benefits from the Erasmus+ programme

Congratulations to Gian Marco Zampa, PhD student at UNIVPM under the supervision of Luca Pierantoni, and who has just started a new position as ERASMUS PhD Student at AMO GmbH in the context of the GreEnergy project!

During his 3-months stay in Aachen, Gian Marco will learn the processes beyond micro-fabrication to tune his modelling work according to practical feasibility.

He will work under the supervision of Zhenxing Wang and Andreas Hemmetter on the optimisation of the design of a rectenna in the D-band using MIG (metal insulator graphene) as rectifier already developed by AMO.

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