The Sustainable Development Materials Conference (MATSUS23) was held in Torremolinos, Spain, from October 16th to October 20th, 2023. The event featured a blend of symposia covering both fundamental and multidisciplinary sciences, along with applied symposia dedicated to Sustainable Development topics. Serving as a platform to channel the knowledge and tools of advanced materials in science and technology, the conference aimed to address significant societal challenges. The discussions at the Materials for Sustainable Development Conference encompassed traditional subjects found in the nanoGe Fall/Spring Meeting multisymposium conference, including Energy Storage and Organic Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors.
During the conference, our collaborators, Associate Professor Almáši and Dr. Király from Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Košice, presented their findings in the synthesis, characterization, and advancement of organic electrolytes for redox flow batteries. Their research primarily focused on examining viologens with different alkyl chains and investigating the impact of reaction conditions on the costs of the reactions.
We thoroughly appreciated the well-organized nature of the conference and the stimulating discussions held with experts from diverse fields of material research.
This work was supported by the project: IPCEI_IE_FLOW_BESS_012021