Special Session 10
HYDROGEN-RELATED KINETICS IN MATERIALS (SS10)
Since 2010, this annual session discusses broad aspects of hydrogen (H)- related kinetics and H-induced phenomena at surfaces and in the interior of materials from a fundamental viewpoint. The aim is to obtain a mechanistic understanding of dynamical processes such as the hydrogen transportation across the gas/solid interface relevant to hydrogen (hydride) storage, hydrogen purification by permeation, hydrogen isotope retention and exchange in plasma-exposed materials, and hydrogenation catalysis. We focus also on hydrogen interactions with the microstructure and with defects in (nano-)materials that can drastically change the physical, mechanical, or electrical properties but still lack adequate explanations.
In addition to welcoming all subjects below, special highlights for 2018 are direct detection techniques for hydrogen (dynamics) and the impact of hydrogen on the tribology of surfaces. Both experimentalists and theoreticians are strongly encouraged to participate.

Topics of the special session include:

  • H-diffusion (surface and bulk)
  • H in nanomaterials and thin films
  • Hydrogenation and fuel cell catalysis
  • Hydrogen permeation
  • H-defect interactions and H-induced defect generation
  • H-induced vacancy formation and diffusion
  • H-embrittlement
  • Hydrogen detection techniques
  • Hydrogen and the tribology of surfaces

 

Publication:

Check Publication DSL2019
http://www.dsl-conference.com/publication.html\

 

Organiser(s):

Prof. Markus Wilde
Institute of Industrial Science,
The University of Tokyo
Japan
wilde@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

OPENING TALK:
‘HYDROGEN DIFFUSION IN HYDROGENATION CATALYST MATERIALS AND OXIDE THIN FILMS CHARACTERIZED BY 15N NUCLEAR REACTION ANALYSIS’

 

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S)

‘THERMODYNAMICS AND KINETICS OF HYDROGEN SORPTION IN Mg-Ti COMPOSITE NANOPARTICLES’
Prof. Luca Pasquini
University of Bologna,
Italy
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘TUNING MECHANICAL STRESS STATES IN METAL-HYDROGEN THIN FILMS’
Prof. Astrid Pundt
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT),
Germany

‘IN-SITU TEM STUDIES OF HYDROGEN ABSORPTION IN SINGLE NANOCRYSTALS’
Dr. Andrea Baldi
Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER),

The Netherlands
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘DESTABILIZATION OF MG HYDRIDE BY SELF-ORGANIZED NANOCLUSTERS EMBEDDED IN IMMISCIBLE METALS’
Dr. Kohta Asano
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),

Japan
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘HYDROGEN TRANSPORT IN FUSION RELATED METALS’
Dr. Vincenc Nemanic
Jožef Stefan Institute,

Slovenia
Abstract in .pdf (here)