Micromeritics Scientist Giving Research Presentation at the Upcoming Carbons for Energy Applications Workshop in Atlanta - 3/14/2012
Micromeritics Scientist Giving Research Presentation at the Upcoming Carbons for Energy Applications Workshop in Atlanta.
On March 30th, Jacek Jagiello, Ph.D., Micromeritics Senior Scientist, will be presenting a lecture titled “Infinite and Finite Pore Models for the Characterization of Nanoporous Carbons” at the Carbons for Energy Applications Symposium/Workshop.
Organized by scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, this symposium and workshop will take place March 29 – 30, 2012 at the Stone Mountain Inn, Atlanta, GA. The purpose of this event is to promote carbon science and energy applications to a multidisciplinary audience of students, post docs, and early career engineers and scientists. The symposium will consist of one full day of plenary lectures followed by an evening poster session/reception. The second day will include a full slate of research presentations.
For more than two decades, Micromeritics has provided software enabling users to routinely analyze experimental adsorption isotherms to characterize porous materials using methods based on modern theoretical physical chemistry. The scientific and modeling contributions of Jacek Jagiello, James P. Olivier, and William B. Conklin have allowed Micromeritics to provide its analytical instrument users with the largest DFT/NLDFT library commercially available. Dr. Jagiello’s presentation leads off the workshop session on Friday, March 30.
Friday, March 30
Stone Mountain Inn
Atlanta, GA 8:30 – 8:50 AM
Infinite and Finite Pore Models for the Characterization of Nanoporous Carbons;
Jacek Jagiello and James P. Olivier