‘Magnetically enhancing the Seebeck coefficient in ferrofluids’ has been specially selected to feature in an Editor’s Choice web collection focussing on thermoelectric nanostructures
Magenta will be represented by HES-SO at the Research Meets Industry conference in Mach 2021 where they will pitch their micro TEG to industry experts and explain the concepts and importance of waste heat capture and energy generation https://fetbriefing.eu/2020/11/16/research-meets-industry-march-4/
We discuss the peculiarities of the Seebeck effect in stabilized electrolytes containing the colloidal particles. Its unusual feature is the two stage character, with the linear increase of differential thermopower as the function of colloidal particles concentration n⊙ during the first stage (“initial state”) and dramatic drop of it at small n⊙ during the second one (“steady state”). We [...]
The Magenta project will be taking part in Future Tech Week 2020 between the 21st and 25th September and all activities can be followed here: http://futuretechweek.fetfx.eu/future-board/ or via our twitter page @H2020Magenta
ICMF (15th edition) will take place at Sorbonne University in Paris, July 8-12, 2019, co-chaired by Professor Régine Perzynski (MAGENTA partner CNRS). Several members of MAGENTA will be there to present our latest results from the project. http://premc.org/conferences/icmf-magnetic-fluids
MAGENTA (CEA) will be at the Fête de la Science organized by Ile de Science-Paris Saclay on October 12-13-14, 2018. (www.iledescience.org/fete_de_la_science.html) Come and enjoy fun experiments on ‘thermoelectricty,’ ‘ferrofluids,’ ‘magnetism’ and much more. A detailed program of the event will be available in due time on the Ile de Science website.