TechConnect World 2019
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Nanotech 2019

Fuel Cells & Hydrogen

Fuel cells and Hydrogen

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Symposium Chair

John P. KopaszJohn P. Kopasz
Chemist/Group Leader
Argonne National Laboratory

Key Speakers

Jacob SpendelowNext generation oxygen reduction catalysts based on intermetallic structures
Jacob Spendelow
Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Andrew J. SteinbachNSTF Catalyst and Electrode Development for Fuel Cells and Water Electrolyzers
Andrew J. Steinbach
Advanced Research Specialist, 3M

Monjid HamdanAdvancements in Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression
Monjid Hamdan
VP of Engineering, Giner ELX, Inc.

N. RajalakshmiFuel Cells Technology – Challenges perspective
N. Rajalakshmi
Senior Scientist and Team Leader, Centre for Fuel Cell Technology, IIT Madras, India


Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 18

1:30Catalyst Innovations

Wednesday June 19

10:30Fuel Cells
1:30Hydrogen Production and Delivery
4:00Fuel Cells & Hydrogen: Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 18

1:30Catalyst Innovations
NSTF Catalyst and Electrode Development for Fuel Cells and Water Electrolyzers
A. Steinbach, 3M, US
Next generation oxygen reduction catalysts based on intermetallic structures
J. Spendelow, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
Recent Developments in Designing Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
S. Siahrostami, University of Calgary, CA
Durability study of Metal-Organic Framework Modified Nitrogen-doped Graphene Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reactions
H. Singh, S. Zhuang, E.S. Lee, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
Development of Non-precious Metal Based Catalyst and Flexible Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion Devices
M. Nath, J. Masud, W.P.R. Liyanage, U. DeSilva, A. Swesi, Missouri University of Science & Technology, US
Defect Engineered Single-Layer MoS2 Dendrites as an Efficient Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
W. Xu, S. Li, M. Pasta, J.H. Warner, University of Oxford, UK

Wednesday June 19

10:30Fuel Cells
Fuel Cells Technology – Challenges perspective
N. Rajalakshmi, IIT Madras, IN
Hydrogen Fuel Cells For Long-Duration Drone Power
P. Robinson, J. Sisco, F. Harrington, Ballard Unmanned Systems Inc., US
Feasibility, Economics, and Sustainability of Fuel Cell-Powered Data Center
J. Kurtz, T. Cader, Z. Ma, P. Clark, B. Mount, D. Thoss, S. Hammond, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
Durable single chamber solid oxide fuel cells for efficient energy conversion
M. Ni, Z. Shao, Y. Zhang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
High Conductivity, Chemically Stable, Hydroxide Conducting Block Copolymer Poly(norbornene) Membranes
P.A. Kohl, M. Mandal, G. Huang, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
1:30Hydrogen Production and Delivery
Advancements in Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression
M. Hamdan, Giner ELX, Inc., US
Low cost and efficient large-scale hydrogen production by a solar driven Hybrid Sulfur plant
C. Corgnale, J. Monnier, D. Ginosar, M. Gorensek, Z. Ma, GreenWay Energy, US
Solar Fuels Production with Redox Thermochemical Processes
M. Syrigou, D.A. Dimitrakis, S. Lorentzou, A.G. Konstandopoulos, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), GR
New low-carbon method for making H2 from waste streams: H2 Generation from H2S and H2O
R.J. Gillis, W.H. Green, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Renewable Hydrogen Production from Waste and Biomass
A.P. Borole, A.J. Lewis, Electro-Active Technologies, LLC, US
Methods and New Applications of an Aluminum-Based Hydrogen Energy Storage System
P. Godart, J. Fischman, D.P. Hart, MIT, US
4:00Fuel Cells & Hydrogen: Posters
Photocatalytic hydrogen production from wastewater by irradiation of liquid phase plasma over perovskite photocatalysts
J.J. Yun, B.H. Kim, S.C. Jung, Sunchon National University, KR
Catalytic Hydrogen Release from Borohydride in Ionic Liquids
E. Klindtworth, N. Guntermann, I. Delidovich, R. Palkovits, RWTH Aachen University, DE
Sustainable Energy from Alkaline Fuel Cells
R. C. Raimundo, S. Yang, J. V. C. Vargas, J. C. Ordonez, Florida State University, US
Bacillus Biocathode Enables Effective Electricity Generation with Microbial Fuel Cells
S. Han, C. Zhou, Missouri University of Science and Technology, US
Performance characteristics of flat-tubular solid oxide co-electrolysis cells for syngas production by electrochemical conversion of H2O/CO2
T-H. Lim, Korea Institute of Energy Research, KR

This symposium highlights research and innovations in materials and devices which will enable deployment of clean, reliable power production while decreasing our dependence on oil and reducing carbon emissions. Submit your abstract and participate in this exciting international event.

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Fuel Cell Technologies & Applications
  • Advanced Materials for Fuel Cells
  • Nanostructured Catalysts for Fuel Cells
  • Enzymatic Fuel Cells
  • Microbial Fuel Cells
  • Hydrogen Generation & Production Methods
  • Hydrogen Storage
  • Case Studies & Best Practices
  • Other
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