Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts Close Monday 13 June 2022

Abstract Themes:

F= Fundamentals | M = Materials | A = Applications

F1

Crystal structures, thermodynamics and phase diagrams

F2

Catalysis and reaction kinetics

F3

Diffusion and transport phenomena

F4

Surface and interface effects

F5

Physical properties

F6

Material synthesis and characterization

F7

Isotope (H, D and T) effects

F8

Extreme conditions (high pressure, high temperature hydrides)

M1

Metallic hydrides

M2

Ionic and complex hydrides

M3

Chemical and organic hydrides

M4

Nanoporous materials

A1

Hydrogen storage systems

A2

Large scale storage and transport of hydrogen

A3

Electrochemical applications: batteries and fuel cells

A4

Hydrogen production and purification: solid state diffusion and porous systems

A5

Effects of hydrogen on structural and containment materials

A6

Other applications of hydrogen systems

Guidelines

  • Abstracts are to be submitted in Microsoft Word format only and in the specified format.
  • Text should be single spaced throughout with black Arial 10 point font. 
  • Text should not contain subheadings, underlines or bold type. 
  • Abstracts must have a maximum of 300 words.
  • Abstract headings should contain the following:
    • Title in BLOCK CAPITALS throughout.
    • Wherever possible the title should be precise so that it conveys a message
    • Author names and affiliations must be included
    • Abstracts should be written in the past tense, i.e. should state what was done, not what is being, should or will be done.
    • Abstracts containing graphs, diagrams, or complex tables will be accepted.
    • Brief acknowledgments of supporting institutions or funding may be made at the end of the text and are included in the word count.
    • References may be included and are included in the word count.