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Jiří Navrátil and Tomáš Zedníček, representatives of the Trans2Dchem project, presented a promising material for use in electrical energy storage devices, known as supercapacitors, at the PCIM trade fair in Nuremberg. The aim was to move it closer to commercial use.


The nitrogen-doped graphene material was developed by scientists in Olomouc. The material is currently being tested, and prototype capacitors are being prepared as part of the prestigious European Innovation Council project, Trans2DChem. Experts have already confirmed its unique properties and presented them to supercapacitor manufacturers at the fair.


Representatives of the project attended 17 meetings over two days and returned with a very positive assessment of the mission. „I have been involved in the validation of research outputs for quite a few years, but I have never experienced such great feedback as I did on this project,“ Navrátil admitted.


PCIM Europe (Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion) is an international trade fair and conference focused on power electronics, intelligent drives, renewable energy, and energy management. It was held in Nuremberg, Germany, from June 11 to 13.