MH2014 Summer School Overview
The MH2014 Summer School will be aimed at graduate students and other young researchers who are new to the study of hydrogen-material interactions.
It is intended to provide an overview of the main techniques used to study metal-hydrogen interactions and will be suitable for those involved in both fundamental and applied research. The programme will include two days of lectures on various experimental techniques for the analysis of the interaction of hydrogen with both metal hydrides and porous materials, and a day spent at the headquarters of Hiden Isochema in Warrington, during which hands-on demonstrations of macroscopic hydrogen sorption measurements will be given.
The Summer School is being kindly supported by the COST Action MP1103 (Nanostructured Materials for Solid-State Storage). Please see the COST Support page for further information.
The school has a provisional capacity of 40 delegates, with up to 30 of these supported by COST scholarships.
A provisional programme is available.
Pre-registration will open on Monday 14th April 2014 and close on Friday 2nd May 2014. Please see the Registration page for more information.
Further details, including the full and final schedule, will be released in due course.