FLUTE - 2023

The 2nd Biennial International Symposium on Fluids and Thermal Engineering

Theme: Scientific and Technological Advances in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversions


20 - 21 July 2023

Organized by

Department of Mechanical Engineering

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FLUTE 2023 is an international peer-reviewed academic symposium. It provides a forum for high-quality academic papers in order to promote rapid communication and exchange between researchers, scientists, and engineers in the field of fluid and thermal engineering. It publishes original research articles, review articles, and feature articles.

The theme of FLUTE 2023:

Scientific and Technological Advances in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversions”.

The increasing energy demand for economic and social development has increased the need for efficient, clean, and renewable power sources. Electrochemical energy technologies, such as batteries, fuel and cells, and hydrogen storage materials, are some of the most viable ways of converting and storing sustainable energy, but we are far from harnessing the full potential of these devices. Advanced batteries (e.g., lithium-ion batteries, electrochemical lithium batteries, solid-state batteries, etc.) become increasingly important in powering electric and vehicles, and managing renewable generation on the electricity grid. Fuel cells that effectively convert fuels into electricity and heat allow varied applications in electric vehicles, household power generation, and electrical grid management. Hydrogen storage materials endow the future energy systems with reversible hydrogen stores for a sustainable clean energy supply. A better fundamental understanding of the electrochemical, physicochemical, and structural properties of functional materials and fabricated devices is crucial for the development of these clean-energy technologies, which represents the overarching theme of FLUTE 2023 “Scientific and Technological Advances in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversions”, it invites authors to submit original research articles, review articles, communications, and concept papers describing current research trends and future perspectives in energy conversion and storage.

The FLUTE 2023 ongoing mission is to detect novel trends in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversions on the following topics (but are not limited to):

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