Programme - Poster Sessions

Energy & Environment
The talk sessions of energy and the environment group aim at the development of technology collaboration on energy and the environment between Europe and Korea. Recently Korea drives energy transition from fossil fuels and nuclear into renewable energy sources. In addition, Korea has suffered from environmental problems such as fine particulates and resource inefficiency. As Europe has led energy transition and sustainable development, the collaboration between Korea and Europe can benefit to each other. Therefore this group facilitates diverse collaboration opportunities on energy and the environment by sharing their knowledge, insight and ideas. In the talk sessions, delegates will discuss the key global issues, core trends and collaboration opportunities in the field of energy and the environment with experts and key persons from diverse sectors including industry, government, local authorities, research institutions and academia. As one of the typical interdisciplinary subjects, energy and the environment group holds interdisciplinary sessions at EKC2018 in collaboration with Appropriate Technology Group, Material Science Technology Group, Built Environment Group and Nuclear Energy Group as follows: [EE1] Decarbonization, Decentralization, and Devolution in Future Energy Ecosystem [EE2] Moving toward Sustainability: Innovating Wastewater Treatment for Bioenergy and Value Added Products (Joint Session with IDAT2) [EE3 & EE4] Workshop for Korea-Europe Collaboration on Energy R&D [EE5] Europe-Korea Collaboration on Environmental Research toward Industry 4.0 [EE6] The Present and Future of Sustainable Smart City (Joint Session with BE2) [EE7] Nuclear Waste Disposal (Joint Session with NE3) [MST4] Solar Energy Materials In the poster presentation, specific topics on energy and the environment are presented focusing on each presenter's recent researches and works. As each presenter can inform delegates of his/her expertise effectively, delegates can find collaboration partners at the poster presentation by understanding each participant’s expertise, research interests and key activities. Through these events, energy and the environment group offers delegates a valuable opportunity to create a new network for open innovation.
  • KANG, Jiho (Seoul National University)
    Porosity-tailored MOF-derived N-doped carbon as high-performance electrocatalysts for mesoscopic solar cells
  • WOO, Yun Chul (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT))
    Co-axial electrospinning technique to fabricate a superhydrophobic membrane for seawater desalination by membrane distillation
  • PARK, Kyung Min (Hanyang University)
    Technical development for improving energy efficiency in historic buildings
  • HUR, Sung-ho (Kyungpook National University)
    Optimal modelling of a wind farm
  • ZÜTTEL, Andreas (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL))
    Hydrogen storage in hydrides and on carbon
  • LEE, Yohan (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel)
    Mechanism of CH4 - CO2 replacement that occurs in sH hydrates as revealed by phase behavior, 13C NMR, and molecular dynamics simulation
  • SANG HOON, Park (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    Liquid-phase exfoliated two-dimensional nanosheets for Li-ion batteries
  • WOO, Jungwon (Chalmers)
    A combined HAADF STEM and density functional theory study of tantalum and niobium locations in the MoVTe(Ta,Nb)O M1 phases
  • LEE, Seung Hye (Leipzig University)
    Comparative environmental assessment of two beech wood based biorefinery concepts, for the production of platform chemicals
  • KIM, Sunkyo (Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning(KISTEP))
    Future of electric power industry: 100 years of change and recent major trends
  • SHIN, Dong-wook (University of Exeter)
    A new facile route to flexible and transparent electrodes based on water exfoliated graphene and their triboelectric nanogenerator
  • KIM, Ok (Aarhus University)
    DH network expansion methods in the exist city with thermal storage system
  • GIL, Moonhyun (Graz university of technology)
    Supported liquid membrane permeation for lactic acid recovery
  • KANG, Sungwon (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
    Reformation of the surface of powdered activated carbon (PAC) using covalent organic polymers (COPs), and synthesis of a Prussian blue-impregnated adsorbent for the decontamination of radioactive cesium
  • KIM, Junbeum (University of Technology of Troyes, France)
    Particulate matter footprint in transportation sectors
  • KIM, Junbeum (University of Technology of Troyes, France)
    Particulate matter (PM) footprint and human respiratory impact by industrial sectors and regions in South Korea
  • LEE, Seung Hye (Leipzig University)
    Make-use-waste economy v.s. circular economy
  • KIM, Sunwoong (Seoul National University)
    Optimal scheduling of smart appliance as demand response source in South Korea
  • SHIN, Seung Gu (Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology)
    Performance of propionate enrichment cultures for biogas production derived from different anaerobic digesters
  • CHO, Si-kyung (Dongguk University)
    Size and morphological analyses of ultrasonicated hydrogen-producing granules using CMEIAS image analysis software
  • PARK, Chansoo (Hanyang university)
    Energy efficiency and impact analysis of operational parameter of pilot-scale AGMD system