Clean Technology 2011

Cleantech Full Program

 

Sessions

Tuesday June 14

8:30 Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011
10:30 Cleantech Energy: Keynotes
10:30 Nanotech to Cleantech Global Commercial Initiatives
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & Biotech
12:00 Expo Opening & Networking Lunch
1:00 CTSI Utility Technology Challenge
1:30 Water Technology & Corporate Spotlights
1:30 Bio Energy Innovation Spotlights
1:30 Energy Storage: Fuel Cells
1:30 Solar: Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Collection and Conversion - NNI Signature Initiative Special Session
1:30 Italian Innovation & Commercialization Opportunities
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Transportation
2:50 CTSI Utility Technology Challenge
3:10 TechConnect IP Partnering: Solar Power
3:15 Harvard and MIT Technology Showcase
4:00 Harvard & MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030
4:00 Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
5:00 CTSI Utility Technology Challenge Awards and Reception (5:00 - 6:00)
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Solar Power Technologies & Materials
 Energy Storage, Grid & Transportation Technologies
 Bio Energy Technologies
 Waste, Emissions & Remediation

Wednesday June 15

8:30 Smart Grid & Storage Utility Needs & Partnering
8:30 Green Chemistry and Materials: Keynotes
8:30 Nanomaterials for Catalysis: Keynotes
8:30 Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in Cleantech
10:30 Water: Novel Technologies & Case Studies
10:30 Solar Technology Innovation Spotlights
10:30 Smart Grid Innovation Spotlights
10:30 Technology & Policy of Climate Change
10:30 Cleantech Regional Cluster Inititiatves
10:30 Green and Sustainable Products: Case Studies
10:30 Nanomaterials for Catalysis: Theory & Modeling Approaches
10:30 Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in Nanotech
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Cleantech and Nanotech
1:30 Transportation & Storage Corporate & Partnering
1:30 Power Electronics Innovation Spotlights
2:00 Fraunhofer presents: The German High Tech Champions Award 2011 - in Photovoltaics
1:30 Nanomaterials for Catalysis
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Energy & Efficiency
3:00 TechConnect IP Partnering: Water Technologies
1:30 Canada’s Hottest Innovative Cleantech Companies - Showcase
3:00 Carbon Capture Innovation Spotlights
3:00 Energy Storage Innovation Spotlights
4:00 Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:00 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center - Catalyst Awardee Spotlights
5:30 Cleantech Open - National Semifinalist Awards & Reception
6:00 Canada Networking Reception (6:00 - 8:00)
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Harvard and MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030
 Green Chemistry & Materials
 Nanomaterials for Catalysis
 Water Technologies
 Solar Power Technologies & Materials
 Energy Storage, Grid & Transportation Technologies
 Renewable Energy Technologies
 Green Building & Efficiency Technologies

Thursday June 16

8:30 Cleantech Capital: VC, PE & M&A Markets
10:30 Energy Storage Technologies
10:30 Solar: Advanced Solar Concepts
10:30 Water: Novel Nano Materials for Water Technologies
10:30 Emissions & Waste Management Technologies
10:30 Efficiency, Low Carbon and Building Innovation Spotlights
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Venture Partnering
1:00 TechConnect Ventures: Energy & Efficiency
1:30 Green Build Corporate Needs & Partnering
1:30 Marine & Wind Energy Generation
2:30 TechConnect Ventures: Energy & Efficiency
2:30 TechConnect Ventures: Transportation and Novel Technologies
3:00 Building Efficiency Technologies
4:00 TechConnect Ventures: Energy & Efficiency
4:00 TechConnect Ventures: Solar
4:00 TechConnect Ventures: Water
5:00 TechConnect Closing Networking, Partnering & Investment Reception (3rd Floor, Boylston Hallway)

Program

Tuesday June 14

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8:30Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011Ball Room A
Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI/CTSI, US
8:30Welcome and Opening
M. Laudon, TechConnect World Co-Chair, US
8:40Cross Sector Perspective on Nanotech to Cleantech Innovation
T. Earles, Lockheed Martin & Former OSTP, US
9:10No Small Matter: Scaling the Business of Materials Science
T. Taber, CTO, Eastman Kodak Company, US
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10:30Cleantech Energy: KeynotesBall Room A
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
10:30''Digital Energy'': Opportunities and challenges at the intersection of information technology and energy
D. Paul, University of Southern California, US
11:00Nanoscale Science for Clean, Renewable Energy and Energy Storage (invited presentation)
H. Kung, US Department of Energy, US
11:30Application of Nanotechnology to Photovoltaics: Technical Approaches & Manufacturing Challenges (invited presentation) Manufacturing Challenges
L. Tsakalakos, GE, US
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10:30Nanotech to Cleantech Global Commercial InitiativesRoom 205
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, US
10:30Trends in Nanotech patenting for “clean energy” applications
V. Veefkind, R. Absalom, R. Michalitsch, J. Hutado-Albir, C. Kallinger, European Patent Office, NL
10:50Commercial Initiatives on Nanotech in Suzhou and Overview on Nano City
J. Wu, Deputy General Manager of Suzhou Nanotech Co. Ltd. Nanotech Co. Ltd., CN
11:05Italian Innovation & Commercialization
M. Loddo, Italian Trade Commission, IT
11:20U.S. Nanotechnology Initiatives
C. Cannizzaro, U.S. Department of State, US
11:35Swiss Innovation & Commercialization Initiatives
P. Marmier, Swissnex Boston, CH
11:50German Nanotechnology Initatives
TBA, German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, DE
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & BiotechRoom 309
Session chair: Didier Leconte, MSBi Valorisation, CA
10:30Merck TechConnect Partnering
R. Leonard, Merck, US
10:50Novartis TechConnect Partnering
B. Thorner, Novartis, US
11:30Sanofi Aventis TechConnect Partnering
S. Natesan, Sanofi Aventis, US
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12:00Expo Opening & Networking LunchExpo Hall
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1:00CTSI Utility Technology ChallengeRoom 311
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
1:007 AC Technologies (Building Efficiency & Management), P. Vandermeulen
1:12EcoFactor (Residential Energy Efficiency), E. Saltzman
1:24NovaThermal Energy (Industrial/Commercial Energy Efficiency), E. Haider
1:36Power Tagging (Smart Grid), J. LoPorto
1:48Tropos Networks (Smart Grid), H. Robertson
2:00V&R Energy Systems Research, Inc. (Smart Grid), M. Vaiman
2:12Minesto (Central Power Generation), A. Jansson
2:24Electric Pipeline Corporation (Transmission & Distribution), R. Faulkner
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1:30Water Technology & Corporate SpotlightsRoom 310
Session chair: Gary C. Ganzi, Siemens, US
1:30General Electric
A. Zaske, General Electric, US
1:50Veolia
F. Nielsen, Veolia, US
2:10Advanced Membranes for Water Treatment
O. Bakajin, Porifera, Inc., US
2:25Industrial and Produced Water Reuse
A. Mandell, Oasys Water, US
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1:30Bio Energy Innovation SpotlightsRoom 308
Session chair: Brooke Coleman, New Fuels Alliance/Northeast Biofuels Collaborative, US
1:30Catalytic Subcritical Hydropyrolysis of Waste Biomass into Gasoline Range Hydrocarbons
R. Tungal, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, US
1:50Microwave-mediated Pyrolysis of Biomass
M.J. Gronnow, V.L. Budarin, J. Fan, P.S. Shuttleworth, D.J. MacQuarrie, J.H. Clark, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, UK
2:10Cheap Sugars from Cellulosic Biomass for Fuels and Chemicals Production
M. Raab, Agrivida, Inc., US
2:25Empowering Organics
P. Sellew, Harvest Power, US
2:40A pipeline for the forward design of bio-energy related microbes
C. Fischer, Gingko BioWorks, US
2:55Beyond Biofuels: Myriant & the Commercialization of Bio-based Chemicals
S. McConnell, Myriant, US
3:10Harnessing Nanotechnology to Make Biofuels Faster, Better, and Cheaper
A. Goel, Nanobiosym, US
3:25PROESA – Chemtex Breakthrough technology
D. Richardson, Chemtex International, IT
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1:30Energy Storage: Fuel CellsRoom 313
Session chair: Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc.
1:30Simulation of a Range Extender Power Train for a City Bus
L. Andaloro, F. Sergi, G. Napoli, G. Dispenza, V. Antonucci, CNR ITAE, IT
1:50Fuel Cells – Commercial Innovation Built on High Electrical Efficiency
T. Rowe, Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited, AU
2:10SOFC/ZEBRA® hybrid system
M. Ferraro, G. Napoli, F. Sergi, G. Brunaccini, G. Dispenza, V. Antonucci, Institute of Advanced Technologies for Energy “Nicola Giordano” - National Council of Research, IT
2:30Advanced Catalysts for Fuel-Flexible Fuel Cells
M. Grant Norton, S. Ha, O. Marin-Flores, K. Fleckner, M.K. Neylon, J. Breit, Washington State University, US
2:50Theoretical Modeling of Phase Diagram of Clathrate Hydrates toward Hydrogen Storage Applications
R.V. Belosludov, H. Mizuseki, O.S. Subbotin, V.R. Belosludov, Y. Kawazoe, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, JP
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1:30Solar: Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Collection and Conversion - NNI Signature Initiative Special SessionRoom 312
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric
1:30Printed Nanocrystal Solar Cells (invited presentation)
D. Reddy, Solexant, US
2:00Large Area a-Si/Si Nanowire Hybrid Solar Cells
S. Raychaudhuri, R. Lujan, K. Song, C. Paulson, R.A. Street, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), US
2:20In-situ Decoration and Doping of TiO2 Nanotube Arrays
H.A. Hamedani, N.K. Allam, H. Garmestani, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
2:40Tailoring Electron Diffusion in Electrospun Metal Oxide Nanostructures for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
R. Jose, P.S. Archana, A. Le Viet, E. Naveen Kumar. M.M. Yusoff, S. Ramakrishna, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, MY
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1:30Italian Innovation & Commercialization OpportunitiesRoom 305
1:30Welcome and Opening
M. Loddo, Italian Trade Commission, IT
1:40Italian Cutting Edge in Renewable Energy Technologies
TBA, Politecnico di Torino, IT
1:55Nanotech in Italy
TBA, Nanotec IT- Italian Centre for Nanotechnology, IT
2:10Torino Piemonte, the Intelligent Location - Business Opportunity in the Nano and Clean Tech Sectors
F. Zardi, Invest in Torino Piemonte, Piemonte Agency, IT
2:30Piedmont’s Nanotech Solutions For Energy Sources At High Miniaturization And Efficiency
TBA, IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT
2:40Innovation and Commercialization
M. Loddo, Italian Trade Commission, IT
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: TransportationRoom 301
Session chair: Keith Ritala, University of Washington, US
1:30Radio-Radar Fusion System for Intelligent Vehicles and Road Infrastructures
T. Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
1:40Miniature Multimodal MEMS based 77 GHz solid state Automotive Radar System using Rotman lens beam forming.
H. Schmidt, University of Windsor, CA
1:50Fluid Dynamical Fractals
A. Commito, Imperial Innovations Ltd, UK
2:00Excitelet Imaging technique using dispersive correlation for Structural Health Monitoring
P. Lapierre, SOCPRA/MSBIV, CA
2:10Universal Utility Interface for Hybrid-Electric and Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid
E. Olson, University of Minnesota, US
2:20Method of Eliminating Galvanic Corrosion of Magnesium
H. Schmidt, University of Windsor, CA
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2:50CTSI Utility Technology ChallengeRoom 311
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
2:50Ideal Power Converters (Distributed Generation), P. Bundschuh
3:02Plasma2Energy (Distributed Generation), R. Sanchez
3:14Energy Compression (Energy Storage), T. Havel
3:26EnerVault Corporation (Energy Storage), C. Horne
3:38XTreme Power (Energy Storage), C. Coe
3:50InnoSepra, LLC (Natural Gas), R. Jain
4:02OsComp Systems (Natural Gas), P. Santos
4:14Prism Solar Technologies (Distributed Generation – Alumna), J. Barry
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3:10TechConnect IP Partnering: Solar PowerRoom 301
Session chair: Cheemin Bo- Linn, Peritus Partners
3:10A Single-Phase PV Inverter with Reduced Size Passive Components and Improved Energy Yield
B. Loux, AzTE, US
3:20Novel method of silicon production
A. Sukhochev, Voronezh State University, RU
3:30Novel Electrospinning Spinneret for the Direct Production of Multi-Core/ Shell NanoFibrous Materials in Single Technological Step
T. Chong, NUS Enterprise, SG
3:40Formation of the metal electrodes of silicon wafer solar cells using high-energy metal ions.
T. Chong, NUS Enterprise, SG
3:50Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials for Replacing Glass and Producing High Efficient PV Modules
E. Shembel, Enerize Corporation, US
4:00Hybrid solar module and charging system(PZT solar system)
H.H. Ham, SINBI & SUN Co., Ltd., KR
4:10Self Cleaning Solar Panels
J. Jensen, Boston University, US
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3:15Harvard and MIT Technology ShowcaseRoom 306
Session chair: Chris Noble, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3:15Introduction
C. Noble, MIT, US
3:20Key Semiconductor Advances in Electronics and Optoelectronics (invited presentation)
G. Fitzgerald, MIT, US
3:35New versatile nano/microstructured surfaces: Applications in anti-icing, prevention of biofouling and self-cleaning oleophobic materials (invited presentation)
J. Aizenberg, Harvard University, US
3:50Nanoengineered Surfaces for Efficiency Enhancements in Energy and Water (invited presentation)
K. Varanasi, MIT, US
4:05Filtration System for Small-Medium Scale Wastewater and Water Treatment (invited presentation)
C. Vectis, Harvard University, US
4:20Smartphone control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) (invited presentation)
M. Cummings, MIT, US
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4:00Harvard & MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030Expo Hall
-Rapid and Effective Cell Separations Using Multiphase Systems of Aqueous Polymers
G. Whitesides, C. Mace, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Delivery of Biomolecules to Cells
H. Park, A. Shalek , Harvard University, US
-Robust Slippery Surfaces as Optically Transparent, Oleophobic, and Anti-icing Materials
J. Aizenberg, T.S. Wong, S.H. Kang, Harvard University, US
-Ultrasensitive, Handheld, Real-Time Biomedical Sensor For Diagnostics and Food Safety
M. Loncar, Q. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Micro-spectrometer for Real-Time Diagnostics and Quality Control
M. Loncar, P.B. Deotare, O. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Nanopore Sequencing by Nano-FET from Local Electrical Potential Measurement
C. Lieber, P. Xie, Harvard University, US
-A new chemical for low-temperature deposition of transparent conductors and semiconductors for applications to solar cells and to transparent electronics
R. Gordon, J. Heo, P. Sinsermsuksakul, Harvard University, US
-Electrochemical Carbon Nanotube Filter for Water Treatment Applications
C. Vectis, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Investigations of Cells and Tissues
C. Lieber, T. Cohen-Karmi, Harvard University, US
-Repelling Water Droplets to Prevent Ice Formation
J. Aizenberg, L. Mishchenko, Harvard University, US
-Chemically Encoded 3D Photonic Crystals: From Multilevel Encryption to Colorimetric Fluid Identification
M. Loncar, J. Aizenberg, I. Burgess, Harvard University, US
-Mechano-responsive buckled surfaces for switchable privacy screens and decoration
J. Aizenberg, P. Kim, Harvard University, US
-Coating Plastics and Other Soft Materials with Silica Using a Room Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure Process: A Poor Man’s ALD
J. Aizenberg, B. Hatton, Harvard University, US
-MIT Technology Available for Licensing Poster Session will include posters highlighting research in the area of energy efficient networking, biomedical glucose sensors, medical devices, thermopower wave portable energy sources, and antifogging and hydrophilic surfaces to name a few. Over 20 technologies will be highlighted on posters located adjacent to booth #1031.
TBA, MIT, US
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4:00Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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5:00CTSI Utility Technology Challenge Awards and Reception (5:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Solar Power Technologies & MaterialsExpo Hall
-Nanostructured Transparent Polymer Materials for Encapsulation of Photovltaic Modules
E. Shembel, T. Todosiychuk, L. Kosyanchuk, V. Redko, T. Pasutshkin, M. Dusheyko, Enerize Corporation, US
-X-ray Diffraction Techniques for Characterization of Thin Film Solar Cells
I. Cernatescu, PANalytical, US
-CIGS PV Power Enhancement from Photonic Crystal Fiber Concentrators
S. Shepard, G. Carver, Louisiana Tech University, US
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Energy Storage, Grid & Transportation TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Influence of Nanoparticles on the dielectric properties of polycarbonate
N. Bestaoui-Spurr, J. Cross, T. Singh, Lynntech, US
-In situ Probing of Electromechanical Properties of an Individual ZnO Nanobelt
A. Asthana, K. Momeni, R.S. Yassar A. Prasad, Y.K. Yap, Michigan Technological University, US
-In-Situ Observation of Lithiation and Delithiation in Nanostructured Materials
R.S. Yassar, H.M.S. Ghassemi, Q. Gao, M. Au, P. Heiden, Michigan Technological University, US
-Microstructures and Electrochemical Properties of Rapidly-solidified Si-Mn-Cr alloys
H.W. Han, D.K. Ahn, H-J Ahn, W-W Park, K.Y. Sohn, Inje University, KR
-Microstructures and electrochemical properties of Si-Ni based alloys
J-J Song, Inje University, KR
-Acoustic deposition of silica nano particles on polypropylene separators for lithium-ion batteries
B. Luan, D. Fu, S. Argue, M.N. Bureau, I.J. Davidson, National Research Council Canada, CA
-Nano Structured Lithium Manganese Spinel with New Properties for Li-ion Battery
E. Shembel, V. Redko, V. Maslov, V. Pisny, I. Maksyuta. T. Pastuchkin, L. Neduzhko, A. Markevich, N. Zaderey, A. Tron, Enerize Corporation, US
-In-Situ Atomic Scale Visualization of Battery Charging and Discharging
J.Y. Huang, Sandia National Labs, US
-High Performance Supercapacitors Based on Nano-Engineered Electrodes
K. Jiang, T.D. Curl, Q.K. Wang, L. Zhang, H. Fong, Agiltron Inc, US
-(Au, Ag, Ti)-SiO2 Core-Shell Nanoparticles Based Polymer Nanodielectrics for Energy Storage Applications
N. Badi, R. Singh, A. Bensaoula, S. Rittikulsittichai, T. Thanasarakhan, T. Randall Lee, University of Houston, US
-Optimization study of Supercapacitor electrode material composition and thickness for enhanced performance of the Supercapacitor
A.P. Ranade, D.Y. Jung, B.G. Sammakia, T. Eilertsen, T. Davis, Binghamton University, US
-Carbon-supported platinum and nickel nanoparticles for CO capture in hydrogen fuel cells
D. J. D. Durbin, D. Plana, D. J. Fermin, C. Malardier-Jugroot, Royal Military College of Canada, CA
-Design and Fabrication of Hydroelectric Fuel Cell System for Household Power Application
K.C. Nguyen, L.T. Chung, THLLC Joint Stock Company, VN
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Bio Energy TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Catalytic Aqueous Phase Reforming of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Hydrogen and Hydrocarbon Production
R. Tungal, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Catalytic Aqueous Phase Reforming of Waste Biomass for Hydrogen and Hydrocarbon Production
R. Tungal, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-A Characteristic Analysis of Bio-ethanol produced on Fruit wastes for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell(DEFC)
H. Kim, N. Lee, I. Cha, J. Choi, Center for Organic Agrifood industrialization, KR
-Biomass Power Generation Using Liquid Tin Anode SOFC
J. Bentley, T. Tao, CellTech Power LLC, US
-Biomass Combined Heat and Power– a Comparison of Options for Small-scale Systems
R. Pellizzari, R. Wilson, etaPartners LLC, US
-Advanced Biofuel Cell Composed of Highly Modified Electrodes for Biomedical Applications
S.W. Leung, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-An Effective Way of Anaerobic Digestion of Chicken Manure with Plant Biomass
Y. Zhi, C. Zhou, Nanjing University of Technology, CN
-Nanostructured Materials Applied in Biodiesel Processes
M.C.G. Albuquerque, D.C.S. Azevedo, C.L. Cavalcante_Jr., Universidade Federal do Ceara, BR
-Microwave Assisted Transesterification of Waste Frying Oil and Concentrate Methyl Ester Content of Biodiesel by Molecular Distillation
N. Azcan, O. Yilmaz, Anadolu University, TR
-Catalytic Esterification and Transesterification Reaction of High Acidic Value Waste Oil by Microwave Heating System
N. Azcan, O. Yilmaz, Anadolu University, TR
-Microwave-induced acceleration and energy-efficiency of esterification of free fatty acid with a heterogeneous catalyst
D. Kim, J. Choi, G.-J. Kim, S.K. Seol, S. Jung, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KR
-Improvement of Biogas Production from Animal Manure via Bacteria Enrichment using CASCADE Technology
Y. Zhi, C. Zhou, Cascade Clean Energy, Inc., US
-Biogas Production from Co-Digestion of Horse Manure and Waste Sewage Sluge
E. Agayev, A. Ugurlu, Hacettepe University, TR
-Replacing Crude Oil by Renewable Sugar through a Cell-free Synthetic Biology Technology
Y.-H.P. Zhang and J.A. Rollin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US
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Waste, Emissions & RemediationExpo Hall
-Oil Production from Waste Plastics & News Paper using Catalytic Dissociation on Noble Metal supported on Zeolite
D.-J. Lim, M.C. Kim, Cheongju University, KR
-Sorption of Carbon Dioxide at High Temperatures by Slag
T.K. Tseng, K.L. Chun, H. Chu, National Cheng Kung University, TW
-CO2 Emission-Conclusion and Results
W. Faull, Environment Technology 2020 Corp, US
-PM10-Bound Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the aerosols of Xiamen-Kinmen area, China
X.H. Wang, J.M. Yan, S.P. Wu, C.S. Yuan, H.S. Hong, Xiamen University, CN
-Vapor Suppression Testing of CIAgent© Polymers
J.J. Solomon, T.R. Hanley, Auburn University, US
-Solidification of Hydrocarbon liquids using CIAgent©, a polymeric solidifier
J.J. Solomon, T.R. Hanley, Auburn University, US
-Green Remediation using Renewable Energy and Automation
M. Ambler, Weston Solutions, Inc., US
-A new model for toxicity of uranium dust
M. Zucchetti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
-Heterogeneous Catalyzed Oxidative Degradation of Indigo: An Theoretical and Experimental Study
C. Luga, H. Solís-Correa, E. Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, MX
-Interaction between Volatile Organic Compounds and Functional Monomers in Molecularly Imprinted Materials
C. Luga, E. Ortíz, L. Noreńa, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, MX

Wednesday June 15

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8:30Smart Grid & Storage Utility Needs & PartneringBall Room A
Session chair: Chet Geschickter, GTM Research, US
-B. Lawrence, Lockheed Martin, US
-C. Serna, Northeast Utilities, US
-P. Duffy, Cisco, US
-L. Wigle, Intel Corporation, US
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8:30Green Chemistry and Materials: KeynotesRoom 209
Session chair: Andrew Hunt, University of York
8:30Building Innovation Through Green Chemistry (invited presentation)
J. Warner, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, US
9:00Green Chemistry and Sustainability (invited presentation)
J. Clark, S. Breeden, A. Hunt, A. Matharu, D. Macquarrie, University of York, UK
9:30Processing Electronic Materials from Aqueous Solutions (invited presentation)
W. Wang, A. Telecky, J.K. Stowers, D.L. Olynick, D.A. Keszler, Oregon State University, US
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8:30Nanomaterials for Catalysis: KeynotesRoom 207
Session chair: Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc.
8:30Market Opportunities for Latest Generation Nano-based Catalysts (invited presentation)
D. Himebaugh, Blue Nano, Inc., US
9:00An Effective Catalyst Facilitating NOx Reduction in Diesel Exhaust Gas (invited presentation)
X.K. Hao, Nanostellar Inc., US
9:30Beyond Binding: Nanomaterials that provide true catalytic enhancement
M. Myers, Nissan Chemical America Corporation, US
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8:30Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in CleantechRoom 206
8:30Welcome to Canadian Innovation
C. Denter, Technology Partnering Officer, Consulate General of Canada to New England, CA
8:40Opening Remarks
P. Binns, Consul General, Consulate General of Canada to New England, CA
9:00Canadian Energy RD&D and Clean Technology Developments
P. St-Jean, Natural Resources Canada, Energy Technology Policy, CA
9:15Canada-US CleanTech collaboration Opportunities
G. Murphy, Director, Natural Resources Canada, CA
9:30On the Rise – Conversion Efficiency in Organic Photovoltaics
Y. Tao, National Research Council (NRC), CA
9:45Utilizing Renewable Energy Resources for Distributed Power
K. Kassam, Ballard Power, CA
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10:30Water: Novel Technologies & Case StudiesRoom 308
Session chair: Armin Völkel, PARC, US
10:30Innovative Technology for Selective Contaminant Removal
A.R. Völkel, M.H. Lean, N. Chang, J. Seo, A. Kole, H.B. Hsieh, K. Melde, PARC, US
10:50Effects of membrane pore morphology on fouling behavior of polymeric micro-fabricated membrane during crossflow micro-filtration
M.E. Warkiani, H.Q. Gong, A.G. Fane, F. Wicaksana, Nanyang Technological University, SG
11:10Naturally Chlorine Resistant, High Salt Rejection Cellulose Acetate Reverse Osmosis Membranes
S. Delagah, Bureau of Reclamation, US
11:30The Intersection Between Water Scarcity and Renewable Energy
J.C. Muys Jr., J.M. Karp, V.P. Hildebrand Jr., Sullivan & Worcester LLP, US
11:50The Effects of Bioaugmentation in Collection System
A. Newbold, R. Dickerson, M. Kelter, In-Pipe Technology, US
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10:30Solar Technology Innovation SpotlightsRoom 312
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
10:30Designing Scalable, Low-Cost Photovoltaic Materials
T. Buonassisi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:00Konarka Technologies - From Concept to Manufacturing
H. Berke, R. Gaudiana, Konarka, US
11:30Anisotropic Nano-photocatalysts: Toward Solar Fuels Applications
S.E. Hunyadi Murph, Savannah River National Laboratory, US
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10:30Smart Grid Innovation SpotlightsRoom 313
Session chair: Cheemin Bo- Linn, Peritus Partners, US
10:30Securing Smart Grid Customer Portals
A. Bochman, IBM, US
10:45Voltage Optimization (CVR) – the fastest growing clean tech segment?
B. Ironside, MicroPlanet, US
11:00Smart Grid Here and Now: Integration of Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
D. Harding, EnerNOC, Inc., US
11:15Self Provisioning Energy Informatics: Next Generation CVR and DR
J. LoPorto, Power Tagging, US
11:30Networking the Smart Grid
H. Robertson, Tropos Networks, US
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10:30Technology & Policy of Climate ChangeRoom 311
Session chair: Paul Dickerson, Haynes & Boone LLP, Former COO, DOE, EERE
-W. Rickerson, Meister Consultants Group, US
-L. Hodes, The Gold Standard Foundation, US
-J. Maynard, Silicon Valley Bank, US
-R. Day, Black Coral Capital, US
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10:30Cleantech Regional Cluster InititiatvesRoom 309
Session chair: Peter Rothstein, NECEC, US
-J.M. Granholm, Former Governor of Michigan, University of California, Berkeley, US
-R. Bagley, Nortech, US
-B. Biemann, Maine Technology Institute, US
-L. Peterson, Texas Foundation for Innovative Communities, US
-E. Reynolds, MIT Industrial Performance Center, US
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10:30Green and Sustainable Products: Case StudiesRoom 209
Session chair: Douglas Keszler, Oregon State University, US
10:30Electrochemical Production of Environmentally Friendly Oxidizer Potassium Ferrate (invited presentation)
C. Nelson, N. Bestaoui-Spurr, Lynntech, US
11:00Industrial symbiosis and green chemistry: one’s waste is another’s resource!
A.J. Hunt, J.R. Dodson, H.L. Parker, V.L. Budarin, A.S. Matharu, J.H. Clark, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, UK
11:20Biobased Chemicals: Commerical Focus
J. van Walsem, M. Senechal, Metabolix, Inc, US
11:40(withdrawn) Solvent-Free Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) of Polymers: Commercialization and Scale-Up
H.G. Pryce Lewis, N.P. Bansal, A.J. White, E.S. Handy, GVD Corporation, US
12:00STARBONS®: Preparation, applications and transition from laboratory curiosity to scalable product
P.S. Shuttleworth, V.L. Budarin, S.W. Breeden, D.J. Macquarrie, R.L. Luque, R. White, J.H. Clark, University of York, UK
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10:30Nanomaterials for Catalysis: Theory & Modeling ApproachesRoom 207
Session chair: Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc.
10:30Multiscale Modeling for Rational Design of Catalyst Nanoparticles (invited presentation)
K.J. Cho, The University of Texas at Dallas, US
11:00Fundamental insights into Rh Nanoparticle Sites Responsible for CO Hydrogenation to C1 Hydrocarbons and C2 Oxygenates
N. Kapur, X. Hao, C. Sampara, J. Hyun, B. Shan, J.B. Nicholas, B. Davis, K. Cho, Nanostellar Inc, US
11:20Nanostructured TiO2 for Photovoltaic Hydrogen Production
M. Patel, Imperial College London, UK
11:40Core-Shell Nanocatalysts for Applications in Fuel Cells and Water Electrolysis
J.X. Wang, C. Ma, Y. Zhu, Y. Zhange, R. Si, Y-C. Hsieh, M. Vukmirovic, K. Sasaki, R.R. Adzic, Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
12:00Accurate modelling of intermolecular interactions as predictive tools for the development of high capacity hydrogen and carbon dioxide adsorbents
G. Ricchiardi, NIS Centre of Excellence - Universitŕ di Torino, IT
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10:30Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in NanotechRoom 206
10:30Breadth of Nano Research in Canada
M. D'Iorio, Director General, National Institute for Nanotechnology, CA
10:45Nanotechnology Research Landscape in Canadian Universities
F. Gu, University of Waterloo, CA
11:00Towards Industrialization of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
B. Simard, NRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, CA
11:15Next Generation Electronic Products
C. Jean, Executive VP & General Manager, Teledyne Dalsa Semiconductor, CA
11:30Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) How to help fund your Research in Canada
M. Machado, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Cleantech and NanotechRoom 306
Session chair: Catherine Ives, Boston College
10:30Dow TechConnect Partnering
P. Ansems-Bancroft, Dow, US
10:50Omron TechConnect Partnering
D. Uchida, Omron, US
11:10Kodak TechConnect Partnering
B. Johnston, Eastman Kodak, US
11:30Applied Materials TechConnect Partnering
A. Kamannavar, Applied Materials, US
11:50Toray TechConnect Partnering
T. Yamashiki, Toray, US
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1:30Transportation & Storage Corporate & PartneringRoom 313
Session chair: Bob Wilson, ETA Partners
1:30General Motors Corporation
J. Mercurio, General Motors Corporation, US
1:50Toyota
B. Reinert, Toyota, US
2:10A123 Systems
W.L. Mitchell, A123 Systems, US
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1:30Power Electronics Innovation SpotlightsRoom 310
Session chair: Andrew Ray, Bingham McCutchen LLP, US
1:30Low Weight, Low Cost Commercial-Scale PV Inverter
P. Bundschuh, Ideal Power Converters, US
1:45Silicon Carbide Power Devices in Renewable Energy Applications
R. Singh, GeneSiC Semiconductor Inc., US
2:00Distributed Energy Optimization for Photovoltaic Systems with a Module-Integrated Balancing Converter
J. Stauth, Solar Semiconductor, Inc., US
2:15New Capacitor Materials for Power Electronics
G. Welsch, Case Western Reserve University, US
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2:00Fraunhofer presents: The German High Tech Champions Award 2011 - in PhotovoltaicsRoom 309
2:00PV Technology from Basic Science to Application
R. Schindler, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, US
2:20Business Case Ion Layer Gas Reaction
R. S. Araoz, H. Zentrum, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, DE
2:40Business Case Protective PV Module Coating
U. Lommatzsch, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials, DE
3:00Business Case Time Resolved Photoluminescence Imaging
D. Kiliani, University of Konstanz, DE
3:20Business Case Direct Laser Interference Patterning
A. Lasagni, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology, DE
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1:30Nanomaterials for CatalysisRoom 207
Session chair: Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, Nanostellar, Inc.
1:30Nanoengineering the active site in heterogeneous catalysis (invited presentation)
A.F. Lee, Cardiff University, UK
2:00Self-Assembly Synthesis of Heterogeneous Catalysts with Novel Nanoarchitectures and Improved Selectivities (invited presentation)
F. Zaera, University of California, US
2:30Ordered arrays of shape-selective nanoparticles: fabrication, characterization, and potential catalytic properties
K.J. Heroux, S. Hunyadi Murph, Savannah River Site, US
2:50Pt-Au Core/Shell Nanorods: Preparation and Applications as Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
C-W Liu, National Central University, TW
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Energy & EfficiencyRoom 301
Session chair: Purnesh Seegopaul, Pangaea Ventures, US
1:30Buckled Silicon Nanostructures on Elastomeric Substrates for Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries
B. Loux, AzTE, US
1:40Enhancement of biogas production in anaerobic digestors using iron oxide nanoparticles.
J. Reverter, ICN - INSTITUT CATALA DE NANOTECNOLOGIA, ES
1:50Non-equilibrium Synthesis of High Efficiency Thermoelectrics
K. Elcess, Brookhaven Science Associates/Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
2:00Aluminum-Ion Battery to Transform 21st Century Energy Storage
J. Caldwell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
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3:00TechConnect IP Partnering: Water TechnologiesRoom 301
Session chair: Didier Leconte, MSBi Valorisation, CA
3:00Direct Electric Liquid Heater
J. Callahan, ISI Technology LLC, US
3:10A tubular solar still: simple, elegant, inexpensive, even revolutionary, distillation.
W. Possidento, Self, US
3:20Sub-Surface Evaporative Lift Irrigation System
C. Pianta, AgroSci Inc., US
3:30Chemically Modified Nanofiltration Hollow Fiber Membranes
T. Chong, National University of Singapore, SG
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1:30Canada’s Hottest Innovative Cleantech Companies - ShowcaseRoom 206
Session chair: Sean Wise, Ryerson University, CA
1:30Intoduction to Innovation Showdcase
S. Wise, Ryerson University, CA
1:40Hydrostor (Grid Scale Storage)
C. VanWelleghem, Hydrostor, CA
1:50ProDalG (Bio Fuels - Algae)
M. Sales, ProDalG, CA
2:00Sine Slice (Energy Efficiency & Management)
C. Webb, Sine Slice, CA
2:10Grid Co (Energy Efficiency & Management)
C. Napior, Grid Co, CA
2:20Odotech (Emissions Management)
T. Pagé, Odotech, CA
2:30VBINE (Wind Energy)
D. Siman, VBINE, CA
2:40BDR Technol (Bio Fuels)
K. Lawless, BDR Technol, US
2:50Free Breeze (Wind Energy)
S. Labus, Free Breeze, CA
3:20Enviro Save (Transportation)
B. Ingebrigston, Enviro Save, CA
3:30Corvus Energy (Energy Storage)
G. Brown, Corvus Energy, CA
3:40Carbon Sense Solutions
R. Niven, Carbon Sense Solutions, CA
3:50Refficient (Recycle)
S. McLarty, REfficient, CA
4:00SWITCH Materials Inc. (Smart Windows)
J. Sargent, SWITCH Materials Inc., CA
4:10Zero Waste
B. Coxhead, Zero Waste, CA
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3:00Carbon Capture Innovation SpotlightsRoom 310
Session chair: Jim Matheson, Flagship Ventures, US
3:00Solids Characterization of Phase-Changing Aminosilicone-Based CO2-Capture Absorbents
T.E. Westendorf, B.R. Wood, S.E. Genovese, R.J. Perry, R.M. Enick, L. Hong, GE Global Research, US
3:20Improve efficiency through capture & reuse of C02, a new domestic resource
J. Maceda, Gibbs Energy, LLC, US
3:35Molecular Sieve Materials for Post-Combustion Carbon-Dioxide Capture
P. Balbuena, Texas A&M University, US
3:50Supercapacitive Swing Adsorption (SSA): Efficient, reversible control of CO2 adsorption using electrical potentials
D. Moore, K. Landskron, Lehigh University, US
4:05Novel CO2 Capture Materials
J. McLellan, Nano Terra, Inc., US
4:20The New Sky Process: A Innovative Chemical Pathway that converts CO2 from Pollutant to Resource
D. Little, New Sky Energy, US
4:35Photocatalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide - Opportunities and Challenges
M. Grant Norton, GoNano Technologies, Inc, US
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3:00Energy Storage Innovation SpotlightsRoom 313
Session chair: Andrew Heckler, Brightfield Energy, US
3:00Advanced p- and n-Dopable Polymer Supercapacitors
Y.-G. Kim, P.J. Kinlen, J.-H. Jung, J. Mbugua, S. Besic, M. Birschbach, G. Tregre, H.-L. Nguyen, Crosslink, US
3:15Adsorption-Enhanced Compressed Air Energy Storage
T. Havel, Energy Compression, US
3:30Flywheel Energy Storage for Frequency Regulation: Commercial  Experience and Outlook
G. Hunt, Beacon Power Corporation, US
3:45Energy storage solutions to increase grid flexibility and renewable energy integration
D. Hayslip, Xtreme Power, US
4:00Building Better Battery Systems: Driving EVs, Utilities and Portables with Green Energy
C. Lampe-Onnerud, Boston Power, US
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4:00Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:00Massachusetts Clean Energy Center - Catalyst Awardee SpotlightsExpo Hall Theater
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5:30Cleantech Open - National Semifinalist Awards & ReceptionExpo Hall Theater
Session chair: Rex Northern, Cleantech Open, US
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6:00Canada Networking Reception (6:00 - 8:00)Sheraton Hotel, Back Bay Room D
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Harvard and MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030Expo Hall
-Rapid and Effective Cell Separations Using Multiphase Systems of Aqueous Polymers
G. Whitesides, C. Mace, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Delivery of Biomolecules to Cells
H. Park, A. Shalek , Harvard University, US
-Robust Slippery Surfaces as Optically Transparent, Oleophobic, and Anti-icing Materials
J. Aizenberg, T.S. Wong, S.H. Kang, Harvard University, US
-Ultrasensitive, Handheld, Real-Time Biomedical Sensor For Diagnostics and Food Safety
M. Loncar, Q. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Micro-spectrometer for Real-Time Diagnostics and Quality Control
M. Loncar, P.B. Deotare, O. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Nanopore Sequencing by Nano-FET from Local Electrical Potential Measurement
C. Lieber, P. Xie, Harvard University, US
-A new chemical for low-temperature deposition of transparent conductors and semiconductors for applications to solar cells and to transparent electronics
R. Gordon, J. Heo, P. Sinsermsuksakul, Harvard University, US
-Electrochemical Carbon Nanotube Filter for Water Treatment Applications
C. Vectis, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Investigations of Cells and Tissues
C. Lieber, T. Cohen-Karmi, Harvard University, US
-Repelling Water Droplets to Prevent Ice Formation
J. Aizenberg, L. Mishchenko, Harvard University, US
-Chemically Encoded 3D Photonic Crystals: From Multilevel Encryption to Colorimetric Fluid Identification
M. Loncar, J. Aizenberg, I. Burgess, Harvard University, US
-Mechano-responsive buckled surfaces for switchable privacy screens and decoration
J. Aizenberg, P. Kim, Harvard University, US
-Coating Plastics and Other Soft Materials with Silica Using a Room Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure Process: A Poor Man’s ALD
J. Aizenberg, B. Hatton, Harvard University, US
-MIT Technology Available for Licensing Poster Session will include posters highlighting research in the area of energy efficient networking, biomedical glucose sensors, medical devices, thermopower wave portable energy sources, and antifogging and hydrophilic surfaces to name a few. Over 20 technologies will be highlighted on posters located adjacent to booth #1031.
TBA, MIT, US
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Green Chemistry & MaterialsExpo Hall
-Polymer Coated Nickel Ferrite Nanoparticles for High-gradient Magnetic Separation
R. Alvarez, T.M. Trad, K.S. Martirosyan, University of Texas at Brownsville, US
-Comparative Analysis for Pseudoboehmite Obtainded by Sol Gel Using Green Chemistry Expert System Sofware
J. Serna Saiz, G. Camargo, J.C. Moreno, A.F. Suarez, Universidad Libre, CO
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Nanomaterials for CatalysisExpo Hall
-Oxygen Reduction Reaction Enhancement of PdCo/C Electrocatalysts Driven by Oxidation Treatment
K-W Wang, National Central University, TW
-Palladium Quantum Dots Sensitized TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for Enhancing Photoelectrocatalytic Hydrogen Generation
J.J. Gong, C.J. Lin, Xiamen University, CN
-Natural Gas in Syngas Conversion Over Nanosize Catalysts
L.S. Neiva, A.N. Simőes, J.B.L. Oliveira, H.M.C. Andrade, L. Gama, Federal University of Campina Grande, BR
-Novel supported catalytic materials based on multiwalls carbon nanotubes
Y. Koltypin, S.V. Savilov, A. Gedanken, M.V. Landau, Bar-Ilan University, IL
-Nano-porous Hybrid Solid Acid with Shape-selective Catalysis
Z. Zhu, Tongji University, CN
-Catalytic activities of sputtered p-type Cu2O electrode in connection with TiO2 thin film for dye degradation
K.R. Wu, C.H. Hung, C.W. Yeh, J.C. Sun, C.J. Hsu, National Kaohsiung Marine University, TW
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Water TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Optimizing the removal of Heavy Metals of an artificial wastewater by electrocoagulation using response surface methodology
A. Suárez, N. Agudelo, Universidad Libre, CO
-Comparative Analysis of the Glendale Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant in Lakeland, FL Using Bioaugmentation
R. Schici, In-Pipe Technology Company, Inc., US
-Enhanced Sludge Reduction Using External Bioaugmentation at a Full-Scale Municipal
R. Shcici, A. Newbold, In-Pipe Technology Company, Inc., US
-Effects of calcination conditions and Fe/Al molar ratio on structure and properties of mixed Fe/Al-PILCs
H. Zheng, P.G. Weidler, Y. Pu, P. Cai, Y. Wu, School of Materials Science and Technology, China University of Geosciences, CN
-Modeling of Multi-Lamp Photoreactors for Aqueous Degradation of Metronidazole: an Analysis of UV Lamps Locations
M. Mohajerani, M. Mehrvar, F. Ein-Mozaffari, Ryerson University, CA
-Efficiency of Point-of-Use Water Disinfection Using Deep UV Light Emitting Diode Technology
I. Gaska, O. Bilenko, I. Shturm, Y. Bilenko, M. Shatalov, R. Gaska, Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc., US
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Solar Power Technologies & MaterialsExpo Hall
-Characterization of Microcrystalline and Amorphous Thin Film Silicon Devices with Raman Spectroscopy
M. Wall, J. Hodkiewicz, Thermo Fisher Scientific, US
-Optical absorption enhancement of thin-film amorphous silicon induced by femtosecond laser pulses for solar cell fabrication
A. Kiani, K. Venkatakrishnan, B. Tan, Ryerson University, CA
-Reduction of Collection Efficiency of Charge Carriers with Increasing Cell Size in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell
C-L Lee, W-H Lee, C-H Yang, H-H Yang, National Cheng Kung University, TW
-SuperSlim: the thinnest Solar Thermal Panel ever
T. Marcuccio, Costruzioni Solari, IT
-The roles of thin dense metal oxide films in inverted hybrid solar cells
O. Wiranwetchayan, Z.Q. Liang, Q. Zhang, G.Z. Cao, P. Singjai, Chiang Mai University, TH
-Design and Development of Photovoltaic Systems
S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
-Organic/inorganic hybrid photovoltaic cells based on substitutionally doped single wall carbon nanotubes
V. Saini, Z. Li, S. Bourdo, V.P. Kunets, S. Trigwell, V. Nteziyaremye, B. Clark, A.R. Biris, G.J. Salamo, T. Viswanathan, A.S. Biris, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, US
-Comparison Side by Side of Photovoltaic Modules at PU’U WA’A WA’A - Initial Performance Results
S. Busquet, University of Hawaii, US
-Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System Parity with PJM Generation
P.M. Jansson, J.L. Schmalzel, C. Barreiro, Rowan University, US
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Energy Storage, Grid & Transportation TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Regenerative Fuel Cell Based on Boron Chemistry for Solar and Wind Power
G.H. Miley, Nie Luo, Kyu-Jung Kim, University of Illinois, US
-Numerical Simulation of Ion Transport in Reverse Electrodialysis (RED) Cell for Electrical Power Generation
Y. Yang, S. Kim, S.O. Lee, G.Y. Chung, W. Ryoo, Hongik University, KR
-Palladium Quantum Dots Sensitized TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for
J.J. Gong, C.J. Lin, Y.K. Lai, Xiamen University, CN
-Investigation of a short stack PEM electrolyzer based on a nanosized IrO2 anode electrocatalyst
A. Di Blasi, S. Siracusano, V. Baglio, N. Briguglio, A. Stassi, V. Antonucci, A.S. Aricň, CNR-ITAE, IT
-Strain effect on the hydrogen storage capacity of graphite oxide
J. Kim, M. Seo, J. Kim, S. Kang, Seoul National Univ., KR
-Synthesis of TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for Hydrogen Production from Photo-Assisted Water Splitting Reaction
A.Y. Kawde, A. Vats, R.V. Shende, J.A. Puszynski, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Increased Bandwidth of Mechanical Harvester
B. Ahmed Seddik, G. Despesse, E. Defay, CEA/Leti-Campus, FR
-The Design, Installation, and Maintenance of a Village-Sized Solar Power System in Uganda
B.M. Osende, J.P. Abraham, G.S. Mowry, University of St. Thomas, US
-Adsorption-Enhanced Compressed Air Energy Storage
T.F. Havel, Energy Compression Inc., US
-Study of the factors effect on the power storage and generation of a nano-biomimetic membrane electrode-assembling (NBMEA) for battery/fuel cell dual applications
E.T. Chen, C. Ngatchou, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
-Dynamic Model Refinement for Buoyant Energy Storage Technology
T.B. Thornbrue, R. Ghorbani, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
-Overview of Recent Policy Changes in Electricity Markets for grid integration of renewables and energy storage technologies
R. Walawalkar, J. DeRosa, R. Mancini, Customized Energy Solutions, US
-Generation of clean energy by applying parametric resonance to quantum nonlocality clocking
S.Y. Berkovich, The George Washington University, US
-Green Regional Aircraft – the European Clean Sky Program aims for greener Aeronautics
E. Kaulfersch, M. Schüller, J. Hammacher, S. Rzepka, Fraunhofer ENAS Germany, DE
-A Wireless Sensor based solution that enables the common man to use his cell phone and enable Smart Energy Monitoring & Security Management
J. Krishnan, wifinity Tech, IN
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Renewable Energy TechnologiesExpo Hall
-A Study on operatin and caracteristics of DEFC(Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell) Utilized Bio-ethanol based on Fruit Waste
N. Lee, H. Hyunsoo, J. Choi, I. Cha, Center for Organic Agrifood industrialization, KR
-Mesoporous Zr-doped TiO2/ZnO material for DSSC and H2 generation applications
A. Menan, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Power stabilization of large-scale wind power generation by pumped-up hydro power generation with Archimedean screw
A. Sugawara, K. Nishijima, M. Mitobe, S. Uehara, Niigata University, JP
-High-Power-Density Miniscale Renewable Energy Systems
S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
-Green Transmission: Imperative and Pitfalls
R.H. Bezdek, R.M. Wendling, MISI, US
-Expermental Study of CH4/H2 Mixtures in Internal Combustion Engines
N. Kahraman, B. Albayrak Çeper, S.O. Akansu, M. Bayrak, Erciyes University, TR
-A Smarter Grid enables Communal MicroGrids
T. Mohn, General MicroGrids, Inc, US
-Vertical-Axis Wind Turbines for Powering Cellular Communication Towers
B.D. Plourde, J.P. Abraham, G.S. Mowry, University of St. Thomas, US
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Green Building & Efficiency TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Federal Sustainability Requirements and LEED NC & LEED EBOM
J. Boggiano, Everblue Training Institute, US
-Concrete with reduced Portland Cement Clinker Content for Pavements and Transportation Structures
B. Stein, B. Kramer, R. Ryan, Twining, Inc., US
-Novel Sensors for Monitoring Indoor Air Quality
B. Deore, D.D.M. Wayner, D. Stewart, G.A. Diaz-Quijada, National Research Council of Canada, CA
-Inferring Knowledge from Building Monitoring Systems: the Case for Wireless Sensing in Residential Buildings
E. Gaura, J. Brusey, Ross Wilkins, Cogent Computing Applied Research Centre, UK
-Recycling of Waste Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) into Feedstock Monomers
M.N. Siddiqui, H.H. Redhwi, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, SA

Thursday June 16

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8:30Cleantech Capital: VC, PE & M&A MarketsRoom 304
Session chair: Andrew Heckler, Brightfield Energy, US
-D. Malkani, Rockport Capital Partners, US
-M. Nordan, Venrock, US
-R. Day, Black Coral Capital, US
-J. Matheson, Flagship Ventures, US
-A. Atwan, BlackRock, Inc., US
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10:30Energy Storage TechnologiesRoom 311
Session chair: Dhiraj Malkani, RockPort Capital Partners
10:30High Dispersion CNT-Enhanced Cathodes for Next Generation Lithium-Ion Batteries
D. Arthur, SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc., US
10:50Magnetic Method of SOC for Electrical Energy Storage Devices
L. Hoover, G.T. Tso, Methode Electronics Inc., US
11:10Automotive Lithium Ion SuperPolymer Batteries for Utility Energy Storage Applications
R. DasGupta, Electrovaya, CA
11:30Thin Film Lithium Batteries. Nanomaterials for Electrodes and Solid Electrolytes. Nanotechnology and Equipment for their Fabrication
E. Shembel, V. Redko, A. Markevich, V. Tutyk, I. Maksuta, T. Pastushkin, A. Tron, N. Klyui, V. Khandetskyy, O. Kolomoetz, Enerize Corporation, US
11:50Nickel-Zinc Rechargeable Batteries – the High Performance, Low Cost, Clean Solution for Hybrid Vehicles
D. Squiller, PowerGenix, US
12:10Analytical Techniques for Characterizing Battery Materials
S. Patel, J. Newman, K. Putyera, I. Mowat, Evans Analytical Group, US
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10:30Solar: Advanced Solar ConceptsRoom 309
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
10:30Novel Building Integrated Solar Concentrators (invited presentation)
A.J. Chatten, D.J. Farrell, R. Bose, A. Dixon, C. Poelking, K.C. Gödel, M. Mazzer, K.W.J. Barnham, Imperial College London, US
11:00Analysis of CIGS for Composition
G.R. Mount, U. Sharma, J. Moskito, K. Putyera, L. Wang, T. Buyuklimanli, Evans Analytical Group, US
11:20Design of a Fiber-based Luminescent Solar Concentrator Fabric
E. Banaei, A.F. Abouraddy, University of Central Florida, US
11:40Polymers for High Performance Solar Cell Devices
L. Wei, Imperial College London, UK
12:00Atomistic effects in the Grätzel solar cell
J. Korppi-Tommola, J. Helbing, P. Hamm, L. Antila, K. Honkala, V. Koskinen, M. Kemell, M. Heikkilä, M. Leskelä, L. Kettunen, T. Kovanen, University of Jyvaskyla, FI
12:20TBA
K. Kamath, Abound Solar, US
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10:30Water: Novel Nano Materials for Water TechnologiesRoom 310
Session chair: Armin Völkel, PARC, US
10:30Selective Separation of Oil from Water via Superhydrophobic Magnetic Foams
D. Fragouli, I. Bayer, G. Bertoni, P. Calcagnile, G.C. Anyfantis, R. Cingolani, A. Athanassiou, Italian Institute of Technology, IT
10:50Increasing the Efficiency of Photocatalytic Water Treatment with Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles by Control of Crystal Shape
D. Rickerby, European Commission Joint Research Centre, IT
11:10Removal of Selenium from Aqueous Solutions Using Magnetite Nanoparticles as Adsorbent
X. Wei, S. Bhojappa, L.-S. Lin, R.C. Viadero, SUNY Institute of Technology, US
11:30Organic Solvent Nanofiltration Thin Film Composite (TFC) membranes
M.F. Jimenez Solomon, Y. Bhole, A.G. Livingston, Imperial College London, UK
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10:30Emissions & Waste Management TechnologiesRoom 308
Session chair: Laura Benold, CTSI, US
10:30The Development of a Waste to Fuels Strategy for the Plastics and Rubber Fractions of MSW
J.D. Hensel, Polyflow, US
10:45Dilute Methane Pollution Control That Produces Continuous Clean Renewable Energy
J. Blair, P. Fukumoto, FlexEnergy, US
11:00Technology Development for Large Scale Electrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Useful Products
A.S. Agarwal, Y. Zhai, D. Hill, N. Sridhar, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), US
11:15Carbon Capture and Recycling by photocatalysts supported on Silica Nanosprings
T. Prakash, O.G. Marin-Flores, T. Cantrell, M. Grant Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, GoNano Technologies, Inc., US
11:30Thermal acoustic insulating materials from paper-mill waste
D. Contu, Nesocell, IT
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10:30Efficiency, Low Carbon and Building Innovation SpotlightsRoom 305
Session chair: Jim Newman, Linnean Solutions/USGBC, US
10:30Ener-G-Rotors, Inc. – The Power of Waste Heat
M. Newell, Ener-G-Rotors, US
10:45The right tools for consumer energy management
M. Li, Tri-Cascade, US
11:00Advanced Materials for High Efficiency Thermoelectric Devices
A. Atti, Phononics Devices, US
11:15Retroficiency – Enabling Building Efficiency and Sustainability
B. Fisher, Retroficiency, US
11:30Filling the Building Management Gap
N. Gayeski, KGS Buildings, LLC, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Venture PartneringRoom 306
Session chair: Dina Lozofsky, University of California Santa Barbara, US
10:30BASF Corporate Partnering
P. Mukherjee, BASF Venture Capital America, US
10:50Panasonic TechConnect Partnering
I. Nydick, Panasonic, US
11:10Cabot TechConnect Partnering
T. Kodas, Cabot Corporation, US
11:30Honda TechConnect Partnering
N. Sugimoto, Honda, US
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1:00TechConnect Ventures: Energy & EfficiencyRoom 301
Session chair: Cheemin Bo- Linn, Peritus Partners, US
1:00Angstron Supercapacitor Co.
R. Beech, Angstron Supercapacitor Co., US
1:10BioDiesel Reactor Technologies Inc.
K. Lawless, BioDiesel Reactor Technologies Inc., CA
1:20Cube Catalytics
W. Majek, Cube Catalytics, US
1:30Energy Compression Inc.
T. Havel, Energy Compression Inc., US
1:40I.OP
M.S. Oh, I.OP, US
1:50MountainLogic
S. Elliott, MountainLogic, US
2:00Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc
E. Chen, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc, US
2:10Rolith, Inc.
B. Kobrin, Rolith, Inc., US
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1:30Green Build Corporate Needs & PartneringRoom 308
Session chair: Jim Newman, Linnean Solutions/USGBC, US
1:30Danfoss
R. Wilkins, Danfoss, US
1:50Schneider Electric
P. Hamilton, Schneider Electric, US
2:10Johnson Controls
D. Armano, Johnson Controls, US
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1:30Marine & Wind Energy GenerationRoom 310
Session chair: Wayne Gears, CAMG, US
1:30Mobile Wave Energy Harvesting System
A. Sharon, J. Briggs, H. Wirz, Boston University - Fraunhofer CMI, US
1:50Performance Comparison of Different Rotors on Cross-Axis Hydrokinetic Turbines for Power Generation in Water Canals
W.B. Hamner, Hydrovolts Inc., US
2:10Offshore Wave and Wind Together - Afloat
N.A. Brown, Float Incorporated, US
2:30Offshore Renewable Resources – Improving the Cost-of-Energy
S. Roznitsky, HighSeasWind, US
2:50Process-Fluid-Lubricated Polycrystalline Diamond Bearings for application in Marine Hydrokinetic Machines
T.N. Sexton, C.H. Cooley, US Synthetic Corp., US
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2:30TechConnect Ventures: Energy & EfficiencyRoom 301
Session chair: Anand Kamannavar, Applied Ventures
2:30Penn State University and IL Fuels LLC
P. Painter, Penn State University and IL Fuels LLC, US
2:40Phononic Devices, Inc.
A. Atti, Phononic Devices, Inc., US
2:50(withdrawn) Polyflow
J. Hensel, Polyflow, US
3:00Simpleafy
A. Badruddin, Simpleafy, CA
3:10Paper Battery
S. Mehta, Paper Battery, US
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2:30TechConnect Ventures: Transportation and Novel TechnologiesRoom 305
Session chair: Neil Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures
2:30BRASH Engines
M. Bookman, BRASH Engines, US
2:40Electric Pipeline Corporation
R. Faulkner, Electric Pipeline Corporation, US
2:50Progen Energy, LLC
S. Telleen, Progen Energy, LLC, US
3:00NthDegree Technologies Worldwide Inc
N. Shotton, NthDegree Technologies Worldwide Inc, US
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3:00Building Efficiency TechnologiesRoom 308
Session chair: Jim Newman, Linnean Solutions/USGBC, US
3:00Wireless Sensing for the Built Environment: Enabling Innovation Towards Greener, Healthier Homes
E. Gaura, J. Brusey, Ross Wilkins, Cogent Computing Applied Research Centre, UK
3:15Does Zero Energy Pay Back in Hot Humid Climates?
J. Hendricks, K. Upadhyaya, Kirksey Architecture, US
3:30Next Gen Large Area Lighting: HIDs, Robotics and Energy Efficiency
G. Davis, Lumetric, US
3:45A Multivariate Analysis of Green Building Options
P. Kung, V.C.P. Chen, A. Robinson, University of Texas at Arlington, US
4:00Rediscovering the Unlimited Energy Efficiency Potential of Buildings
N. Mouli, Maryland Energy Administration, US
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4:00TechConnect Ventures: Energy & EfficiencyRoom 301
Session chair: Bill Byun, 7Capital, US
4:00Solution Dynamics, LLC
C. Wohlert, Solution Dynamics, LLC, US
4:10MTPV LLC
D. Mather, MTPV LLC, US
4:20CellTech Power
J. Bentley, CellTech Power, US
4:40Wifinity Tech
J. Krishnan, Wifinity Tech, IN
4:30May-Ruben Technologies, Inc.
P. Ruben, May-Ruben Technologies, Inc., US
4:40Gridco Ltd
Y. Webb, Gridco Ltd, CA
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4:00TechConnect Ventures: SolarRoom 303
Session chair: Dhiraj Malkani, Rockport Capital, US
4:00Teleos Solar
M. McGonigle, Teleos Solar, US
4:10Enerize
E. Shembel, Enerize, US
4:20Ideal Power Converters
P. Bundschuh, Ideal Power Converters, US
4:30Epik Srl
A. Caraglio, Epik Srl, IT
4:40Prism Solar Technologies, Inc.
R. Lewandowski, Prism Solar Technologies, Inc., US
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4:00TechConnect Ventures: WaterRoom 305
Session chair: Neil Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures
4:00AgroSci
C. Pianta, AgroSci, US
4:10Algal Scientific Corporation
P. Horst, Algal Scientific Corporation, US
4:20Blue Planet Environmental Inc.
R. Lonetto, Blue Planet Environmental Inc., CA
4:30SecureWaters, Inc.
R. Slatton, SecureWaters, Inc., US
4:40Hydrovolts
B. Hamner, Hydrovolts, US
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5:00TechConnect Closing Networking, Partnering & Investment Reception (3rd Floor, Boylston Hallway)Boylston Hallway
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