We have capacity increase?

Fleischmann tries to combine the best of two worlds; high-power from supercapacitors and high-energy from batteries

While faradaic reactions yield a high energy storage capacity for batteries, their power is kinetically limited by solid state diffusion, leading to long charging times.

Supercapacitors are high-power, but low-energy compared to batteries

These materials are supercapacitors rather than battery materials

He will be talking about Carbon/metal oxide hybrids for energy storage

Next one up; Simon Fleischmann

However, we see that the structures will loose some of its material strengths after many cycles of icing and de-icing.

Nanoporous structures can prevent icing on the surface

Yes, that would truly be great. And Tong Li want to change the ice adhesive properties of the surfaces to achieve this!

Imagine just sneezing at your car window and all the ice blows away!

There are two main approaches towards doing this: Change the freezing point of the ice on a surface, or change how stuck the ice is to the surface.

Imagine a future where we might not scrape off this magic, yet annoying material from the car front window on cold winter mornings!

When water cools below 0 degrees centigrade (around 273 K) it turns into a new material: Ice.

And he will also be talking about icephobicity

We have Tong Li going. He has placed an INASCON logo on his first slide! Way to go!