New Monographs

Currently research and development of the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry is published both by the peer-reviewed journals and by the scientific, technical and medical publishers worldwide. In summer 2019 NOVA publisher produced two books An Essential Guide to Electrical Conductivity edited by Luke Lewin and An Introduction to Molecular Dynamics edited by Mark S. …

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Development of SOFC

The Fuel Cell Journal published a special issue on the 13th European Solid Oxide Fuel Cell & Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Forum chaired by Prof. Ellen Ivers‐Tiffée and Dr. André Weber, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/fuce.201970042). Traditionally located in Lucerne, Switzerland, the conference welcomed 440 participants from more than 30 countries representing 6 continents. The …

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JournalFinder

Recently a large number of peer-reviewed journals appeared, there are a continuous mail-out and ads, which are aimed to facilitate the search for the proper journal for publication of your manuscript. However sometimes they make the search for information further more difficult. The most popular providers of scientific, technical and medial information products and services …

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Editorial board of the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

Dmitriy Andreyevich Medvedev, senior researcher of the Laboratory of electrochemical devices based on solid oxide proton electrolytes of the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry, became a member of the reduction board of the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (one of three researchers from Russian Federation) The International Journal of Hydrogen Energy aims to provide a central vehicle for …

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IHTE is a participant of SEC

On the 10th of July 2019 leaders of Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk and Kurgan regions signed an agreement on creation of Ural Interregional Scientific-Educational Center (SEC) of the world level. SEC will unite the potentials of educational and scientific organizations and real economy sectors of three regions. It will be oriented on the organization of scientific and …

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Synergistic effect

It is not a surprise that Dr. Artur Majewski, a research fellow at the School of Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham, is carrying out a research at the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry UB RAS within the framework of mutual projects on creation of electrochemical generators on the basis of solid oxide fuel …

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We wish you good luck!

Two young scientists of the Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry were awarded the Russian Federation Presidential Scholarship: Artem Tarutin (Laboratory of Cross-Cutting Technologies in Distributed Power Generation (InEnergy)  and Naily Sayetova (Laboratory of Electrochemical Material Science). Both young scientists work in the perspective scientific direction of creation of materials of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC). Artem …

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Labor and Life Safety in children’s view

Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences supports the initiative of the Children’s Rights Commissioner for the President of the Russian Federation in organization of events on the “Security in Infancy -2019”. The goal of the event is the organization of activities with children to prevent serious accidents. …

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The Chemist Day-2019

On the 2nd of June of 2019 workers of the Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry celebrated the Day of the Worker of the Chemical Industry. In 2019 it is officially celebrated for the 39th time. The Day of the Worker of the Chemical Industry appeared in 1960 and became official in 1980th according to the Order …

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The competition of young scientists-2019

      An annual competition of young scientists was held at the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences on April, 17.     The first place was taken by the researcher and post-graduate student Maksim Plekhanov from the Laboratory of Cross-cutting Technologies in Distributed Power Generation (Inenergy). He …

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