Assoc. Prof. Montree Sawangphruk


Dr. Tanyakorn Muangnapoh


The scope of “Nanotechnology for Energy Storage and Management” is to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners from academia, industry, and government agencies to gather and discuss the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in the field of nanotechnology specifically focused on energy storage and management.

Nanomaterials for energy storage:

  • Nanoscale synthesis and characterization of energy storage materials
  • Nanocomposites and nanostructured materials for batteries and supercapacitors
  • Nanofabrication techniques for electrode design and modification
  • Nanoparticles and nanowires for improved energy storage performance
  • Novel nanomaterials for emerging energy storage technologies

Nanotechnology-enabled energy storage devices:

  • Nanoscale engineering of batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells
  • Nanomaterials for high-capacity and high-efficiency energy storage
  • Nanostructured electrodes and separators for enhanced performance
  • Nanosensors and nanoprobes for monitoring and diagnostics in energy storage devices
  • Hybrid energy storage systems incorporating nanotechnology

Nanotechnology for energy conversion and harvesting:

  • Nanoscale materials and structures for solar energy conversion
  • Nanocatalysts for efficient energy conversion and fuel cells
  • Nanogenerators and nanodevices for energy harvesting
  • Nanophotonic and plasmonic materials for light trapping and energy conversion
  • Nanotechnology-enabled approaches for waste heat recovery and thermoelectricity

Nanoscale characterization and modeling of energy storage systems:

  • Nanoscale imaging and characterization techniques for energy storage materials
  • Computational modeling and simulations of nanoscale energy storage systems
  • In situ and operando characterization of nanomaterials in energy storage devices
  • Electrochemical analysis and spectroscopy at the nanoscale
  • Nanoscale transport phenomena and ion diffusion in energy storage systems

Safety, sustainability, and scalability of nanotechnology in energy storage:

  • Safety considerations and risk assessment in nanomaterial-based energy storage
  • Environmental impact and life cycle analysis of nanotechnology-enabled systems
  • Scalability and manufacturing challenges in nanomaterial-based energy storage
  • Recycling and second-life applications of nanomaterials in energy storage
  • Regulations and standards for nanotechnology in energy storage systems

Keynote Speakers

Session 6: Nanotechnology for Energy Storage and Management

Dr. Jiaqian Qin

Metallurgy and Materials Science Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, Bipolar electrochemistry

Prof. Nonglak Meethong

Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Invited Speakers

Session 6: Nanotechnology for Energy Storage and Management

Dr. Pawin Iamprasertkun

Sirindhorn International Institute of Technolgy, Thammasat University, Thailand

Prof. Pierre-Henri Aubert

University of Cergy-Pontoise, France

Dr. Salatan Duangdangchote

University of Toronto, Canada