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Nanotechnology experts from Irish, German and Spanish research institutions gather in Riga

29 May, 2023
On 25-26 May, international nanotechnology experts are gathering at the University of Latvia's (UL) Academic Centre Nature House to work with Latvian scientists on innovative and environmentally friendly solutions for converting waste heat into electrical energy.
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Potential applications of the TRANSLATE device

13 February, 2023
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Invited Speaker at IEEE Applied Sensing Conference 2023

13 January, 2023
TRANSLATE team member Dr. Kafil M. Razeeb is an invited speaker at the upcoming IEEE Applied Sensing Conference in Bengaluru, India on 23-25 January 2023.
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75th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics

19 October, 2022
TRANSLATE team members Professor Steffen Hardt and Dr Rajkumar Sarma will present at the 75th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics in Indianapolis, November 20th - 22nd. Their presentation is entitled "Thermoelectric energy conversion in nanochannels filled with ionic liquids". Visit the APS website to find out more about the event.
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2022 European Materials Research Society Fall Meeting

7 September, 2022
University College Cork and TRANSLATE researcher Dr. Ievgen Nedrygailov will present at the 2022 E-MRS Fall Meeting on September 20th 2022, with his presentation entitled 'Ionic thermoelectric effect in nanofluidic membranes for efficient conversion of waste heat into electrical energy'.
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First annual report on dissemination, exploitation and communication activities

12 July, 2022
TRANSLATE recently published its first DEC report.
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