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Nanochannel Theory Explained

17 February, 2022
TRANSLATE consortium member and Work Package 1 leader, Professor Steffen Hardt (Technische Universität Darmstadt), tells us about the physics of thermoelectric energy conversion in nanochannels.
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Meet the Team – Cidete

16 February, 2022
Cidete are responsible for assisting in the electrical and thermal characterisation of nanofluidic platforms, preparing and characterising suitable electrode materials for intercalative energy harvesting cells, and testing prototype devices. Come and meet their team.
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80th International Scientific Conference of the University of Latvia

2 February, 2022
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Meet the Team – UCC Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group

6 January, 2022
UCC's Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group coordinate the TRANSLATE project and are responsible for fabricating nanoporous materials infiltrated with electrolyte for thermovoltage generation. Here we introduce their team members.
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Meet the Team – TUD Institute for Nano and Microfluidics

6 January, 2022
TU Darmstadt’s Institute for Nano- and Microfluidics are responsible for building the simulation model that will allow transport processes in nanochannels under temperature gradients to be investigated. Here is their team.
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The University of Latvia to develop devices for “greener” and more efficient thermal energy storage

30 September, 2021
The Institute of Chemical Physics of the University of Latvia (UL ICP) will spend the next four years researching innovative, unconventional, and environmentally friendly solutions for converting waste heat into electrical energy.
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The TRANSLATE newsletter is issued annually in June between 2022 and 2025.

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