JUNE 17-19, 2024
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2024 Sector Program - Energy Innovation

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Sessions

Monday June 17

8:00TechConnect World Innovation Conference - Plenary Keynotes
10:30Needs of the Fusion Industry
10:30Fuel Cell Developments
10:30Energy Storage - Keynotes
10:30Industrial Water Supply
10:30US EPA People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Student Design Competition
1:30Views from Suppliers I
1:30Securing Robust Critical Mineral Supplies
1:30Hydrogen Production & Industrial Uses
1:30Emerging Batteries
1:30Technologies to Address Emerging Challenges in Water Circularity
2:45Federal Lab Technology Transfer (FLC 101)
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception, Poster Session I (4:00 - 6:00)

Tuesday June 18

7:00Registration
8:00TechConnect Keynote Program
8:00EPA P3 Meeting (by invitation only)
9:15Perspectives on Fusion Supply Chain Challenges
9:15Advances in Critical Mineral Separations
9:15Graphene and 2D materials for Energy and other Emerging Applications
9:15Energy Storage: Manufacturing & Sustainability
10:45Environmentally Sustainable Critical Mineral Solutions
11:00Thermal Storage
9:15DoD Energy Panel
10:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Energy, Efficiency, Environmental
11:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Energy, Efficiency, Environmental
12:00TechConnect World, SBIR/STTR Pavilion, and EPA P3 Exhibit Hall Opens
12:00TechConnect Business Team Meet & Greet
12:00EPA P3 National Student Design Competition Showcase
1:30Confronting the Supply Chain Challenges: A Path Forward
1:30Energy Innovations
1:30Biorefining & Biomanufacturing 1
1:00Rare Earths: The Future of Magnet Technologies
3:00Rare Earths Panel: How Critical are Minerals to our Energy Security?
1:30Energy Storage: Policy, Valuation & Emerging Applications
1:30MOSA Innovation Challenge
1:30Accelerating Innovation: Policy Engagements & TechConnect Innovation Pitches
1:30Defense Business Accelerator (DBX) - Innovation Collider
1:30SBA ESO Meeting (Private)
2:30MOSA Innovation Challenge
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception, Poster Session 2 (4:00 - 6:00)
1:30Biorefining & Biomanufacturing - Posters

Wednesday June 19

9:00Views from Suppliers II

Program

Monday June 17

8:00TechConnect World Innovation Conference - Plenary KeynotesMaryland C
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, Dalia Yablon, Matthew Laudon, TechConnect ATI, US
8:00Welcome to TechConnect
M. Laudon, TechConnect ATI, US
8:05TechConnect Overview: Connecting Research, Accelerating Innovation
D. Yablon, J. Rocha, TechConnect ATI, US
8:15MXenes – 2D Building Blocks for the Future Technology
Y. Gogotsi, Drexel University, US
8:40Scalable Production of Hierarchical Carbon-Based Aerogel Materials for Filtration Applications
C. Arnold, Princeton University, US
9:15SBIR/STTR Keynote Panel: Investment, Innovation, & Strategic Capital for Critical Technologies
10:30Needs of the Fusion IndustryTBA
Session chair: Arnold Lumsdaine, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Costs and trade-offs in building up a supply chain
H. Lux, D. Wolf, C. Price, J. Cowan, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, UK
TBA
K. Furlong, Realta Fusion, US
Traditional and Novel Supply Chain Constraints for the Growing Fusion Energy Industry
C.P.S. Swanson, Thea Energy, US
Supply Chain Concerns for Commercial Fusion Reactors - Focus on V44 and HTS Tape
M.J. Ginsberg, A.L. Washington, C.J. Pickles, J.O. Astbury, Tokamak Energy, Inc., US
10:30Fuel Cell DevelopmentsTBA
Session chair: John Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory, US
The Road to High Efficiency Long Haul Class-8 HD FCEV, a Holistic Approach to Meet Performance and Durability
V.S. Murthi, Nikola Corporation, US
The Tipping Point for Hydrogen-Powered Applications: Enabling Vehicle Electrification with Fuel Cells
G. Block, Nuvera Fuel Cells LLC, US
Fuel Cells with Superior Heat Rejection
E.S. De Castro, Advent Technologies, US
Drop in membranes for advance hydrogen fuel cells and electrolyzers
G. Ong, Celadyne Technologies, US
Real time continuous monitoring of ionomer degradation with ion-sensitive field effect transistor microsensors - Towards fuel cell EV engine diagnostics and predictive maintenance
D. Dong, Rowan University, US
10:30Energy Storage - KeynotesTBA
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
Energy Storage Opening Remarks
I. Gyuk, DOE, US
NAS Batteries for long-duration stationary energy storage
C. Brannock, BASF Corporation, US
TBA
F. Richey, EOS, US
Emerging Battery Technology and the potential changes to the ESS Market
M. Sanders, Avicenne Energy, US
10:30Industrial Water SupplyTBA
Session chair: Lin Zhao, Dow Chemical Company & Qilin Li, Rice University, US
10:30Preparing for a more volatile water supply, and management, future that has already arrived!!
T.D. Finley, Dow, Inc, US
11:00Opportunities and Challenges for Iron and Steel Industry Water Use, Treatment, and Reuse in the United States: An overview of Current Industry Practices via Case Studies
N. Sharma, P. Lemar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (UT-Batelle, LLC), US
11:20Membranes For Sustainable Environment and Clean Energy
A. Roy, NREL, US
10:30US EPA People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Student Design CompetitionMaryland 5
1:30Views from Suppliers ITBA
Session chair: Jaydeep Deshpande, Commonwealth Fusion Systems, US
Beyond Science: Engineering a Fusion Power Plant
B. Uppal, Kyoto Fusioneering America, US
The Crucial Role of Vacuum Technology in Fusion Energy Development
A. Schopphoff, Pfeiffer Vacuum, DE
TBA
M. Lane, Equans, FR
Control system will be on your critical path
R. Sabjan, Cosylab, SI
Lessons for Fusion Procurement: Real-World Experience from a SME Supplier
S. Keens, Ampegon Power Electronics AG, CH
Magnetic Qualification of Vacuum Pumps for use in Fusion Reactors
G. Gallo, US ITER / ORNL, US
Extrusion of BeTi Beryllides from powder
S. Mueller, S. Gall, R. Nitschke, A. Goraieb, FORMING GmbH, DE
1:30Securing Robust Critical Mineral SuppliesTBA
Session chair: Alison Fritz, National Energy Technology Laboratory, US
Non-Equilibrium Transport Driven Separations (NETS) Initiative
V. Murugesan, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
Accelerating critical mineral exploration world-wide using AI
J. Caers, Stanford University, US
Process Development and Techno-Economic Analysis for the Recovery of Rare Earth Elements and Critical Minerals from Unconventional Resources
A. Noble, Virginia Tech, US
TBA
T. Benson, Lithium Americas, US
Sector Allocations and Supply Chain Considerations for Rare Earth Elements
M. Nkiawete, R. Vander Wal, Penn State University, US
Three-Stage Process for Acidic Water Pollution Cleanup and Production of Critical Mineral Concentrates for National Security
S.V. Pisupati, M. Rezaee, The Pennsylvania State University, US
1:30Hydrogen Production & Industrial UsesTBA
Session chair: John Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Perfluorinated Sulfonic Acids for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzers, are We Stuck with Forever Chemicals Forever?
K. Swider Lyons, Plug Power, US
Thermo-catalytic Decomposition of Natural Gas and Regeneration: An Overview
R.L. Vander Wal, M.M. Nkiawete, J.W. Heim II, Penn State University, US
Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition: Hydrocarbon Feed, Carbon Catalyst Structure, and Regeneration Comparisons
M. Nkiawete, R. Vander Wal, The Pennsylvania State University, US
Hydrogen Production by E-field Enhanced Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition of Natural Gas Using Carbon Catalysts
J.W. Heim II, R.L. Vander Wal, The Pennsylvania State University, US
Low Temperature Hydrogen Plasma Process for reducing GHG emissions from Iron Making
J.P. Kopasz, Z. Zeng, D. Ellis, J. Rebohar, J. Krogstad, M. Sankaran, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Neural network for the prediction of Biohydrogen Production during Dark Waste Organic Biomass Fermentation
F. Almomani, Qatar University, QA
1:30Emerging BatteriesTBA
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S Department of Energy, US
Aqueous Zinc Batteries for Large Scale Storage: Role of Electrolyte
E.S. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, Stony Brook University, US
Recent Insights into Zinc/Manganese Oxide Batteries for Large Scale Energy Storage
K.J. Takeuchi, A.C. Marschilok, E.S. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University, US
Energy Storage for Energy Systems: Approaches for a Sustainable Energy Future
A.C. Marschilok, E.S. Takeuchi, K.J. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University; Brookhaven National laboratory, US
Rechargeable zinc manganese batteries: a flexible option for long duration energy storage
G.M. Cowles, G.G. Yadav, Urban Electric Power, Inc., US
Research on Low-Cost Na Battery Chemistry for LDES Applications
G. Li, J.M. Weller, H.H. Han, E. Polikarpov, D.M. Reed, V.L. Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Lab, US
Molybdenum Carbide Electrocatalyst in-situ Embedded in Porous Nitrogen-rich Carbon Nanotubes Promotes Rapid Kinetics in Sodium Metal - Sulfur Batteries
D. Mitlin, University of Texas at Austin, US
Harmonizing efficiency with sustainability in layered oxide and carbon electrodes of sodium-ion batteries
P. Lavela, M. Aranda, A. Medina, R. Alcántara, J.L. Tirado, Universidad de Córdoba, ES
Achieving higher energy density in Li-ion Batteries (LIB) by implementation of incommensurate/rotated multilayer graphene anode.
T. Paronyan, HeXalayer, LLC, US
1:30Technologies to Address Emerging Challenges in Water CircularityTBA
Session chair: Qilin Li, Rice University & Lin Zhao, Dow Chemical Company, US
Closing the loop on PFAS Treatment with Sustainable, Green options and reducing long-term Risk
R. Distefano, K. Winston, Calgon Carbon Corporation, US
PFAS detection with advanced solid-state nanopore chips
Z. Xia, Goeppert LLC, US
Enhancing the efficiency of cooling towers
M. Damak, Infinite Cooling, US
Powering circular water economy with technology
A. Dror, IDE Technologies, IL
IMET Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Technology
M. Gencer, K. Gencer, IMET Corporation, US
Green Oxidation Processes for Industrial Wastewater Treatments
Y. Kun-Lin, National University of Singapore, SG
The Benefits of Atmospheric Water Generation and Gray Water Recycling
J. Walter, Waiea Water Solutions Inc., US
2:45Federal Lab Technology Transfer (FLC 101)Maryland 5
Session chair: Federal Lab Consortium (FLC)
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception, Poster Session I (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall BC

Tuesday June 18

7:00RegistrationConvention Center Pre-Function
8:00TechConnect Keynote ProgramMaryland C
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, TechConnect ATI, US
8:00Secure Tactical Advanced Mobile Power (STAMP)
TBA, U.S. Department of Defense, US
8:15Commercial Space Office (COMSO)
J. Leader, U.S. Space Force, US
8:35In-Space Manufacturing as a Profitable and Investable Business
R. Roettgen, E2MC Ventures, CH
8:00EPA P3 Meeting (by invitation only)Maryland 5
9:15Perspectives on Fusion Supply Chain ChallengesTBA
Session chair: Arnold Lumsdaine, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Building a fusion energy supply chain - results of the FIA 2024 Supply Chain Report
A. Holland, Fusion Industry Association, US
EPRI Perspectives on Developing and Deploying Advanced Manufacturing Methods and Materials in Support of a Robust Fusion and Advanced Energy System Supply Chain
D. Grandas, A. Sowder, M. Albert, B. Sutton, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), US
Lessons Learned from SHINE's DT Fusion Facilities
J. Blatz, SHINE Technologies, US
Accelerated Development of Fusion Power Plant with High-quality Fusion Supply Chain
Gyung-Su Lee, Chang-Ho Choi, Doowhan Choi, Enable Fusion Inc., KR
TBA
K. Seko, Kyoto Fusioneering, JP
Scaling Plasma Diagnostics Supply Chains
J. Pentecost, M.L. Reinke, and the SPARC diagnostics team, Commonwealth Fusion Systems, US
Supply Chain Challenges for the Commercialization of Fusion Energy
A. Campbell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
9:15Advances in Critical Mineral SeparationsTBA
Session chair: Santa Jansone-Popova, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Protein-based approach for high-purity REE separation
D.M. Park, Z. Dong, J. Seidel, P. Diep, C. Madsen J. Cotruvo, Y. Jiao, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, US
One roadmap of magnetic separation of rare-earth ions
Z. Lei, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf/ TU Dresden, DE
Enhancing Critical Material Recovery: Replacing Mixer-Settlers with Agitated Extraction Columns
D. Glatz, B. Cross, Koch Modular Process Systems, US
9:15Graphene and 2D materials for Energy and other Emerging ApplicationsTBA
Session chair: Anirudha Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory & Elena Polyakova, G6 Materials, US
Graphene and MoS2 based Two Dimensional Ultramicro-supercapacitor
A. Misra, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, IN
Ultrahigh Capacitive Energy Density in Stratified 2D Nanofiller-Based Polymer Heterostructure Films
N.R. Pradhan, Jackson State University, US
Graphene Oxide Membranes for Fractionation and Separation of Organic Mixtures
N. Yutthasaksunthorn, Georgia Institute of technology, US
Softening of graphene above 1000 °C
W. Bacsa, F. Topin, M. Miscevic, J.M. Hill, Y. Huang, R.S. Ruoff, CEMES-CNRS and University of Toulouse, FR
9:15Energy Storage: Manufacturing & SustainabilityTBA
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
TBA
V. Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
Efficient Production of Low-Cost Battery Electrode Materials
G. Srinivas, S. Schwab, S. Nguyen, S. Dietz, TDA Research, Inc., US
Production of Turbostratic Graphene from Biomass to Improve Safety and Performance of Lithium-Ion Batteries and Supercapacitors
B. Nicholls, Faradyne Power, US
High performance biocompatible and biodegradable batteries as sustainable energy sources
A.J. Bandodkar, North Carolina State University, US
10:45Environmentally Sustainable Critical Mineral SolutionsTBA
Session chair: Alison Fritz, National Energy Technology Laboratory, US
Sustainable and Green Production of Nickel by Collocating both Primary Nickel Ore Processing and Li-ion Battery Recycling
L. Pan, Michigan Technological University, US
Nature-based systems for rare earth element recovery
A.M. Schmitz, S. Medin, B. Pian, S. Balog-Way, REEgen, US
Electrochemically- Enabled Holistic Recycling of Lithium Ion Batteries
L. Garris, T. Madden, N. Anderson, Cool Amps Corp., US
11:00Thermal StorageTBA
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
PARTICLE: A Next Generation Thermal Energy Storage Technology
L.P. McLaughlin, J. Sment, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Performance of an Integrated Heat Pump with Thermal Energy Storage for Peak Demand Reduction
L. Wang, D. Akamo, X. Liu, K.R. Gluesenkamp, Y. Qiao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Optimizing Load Shifting in Thermal Energy Storage Integrated Heat Pump Systems through Model Predictive Control
Y. Qiao, X. Liu, L. Wang, J. Dong, K. Gluesenkamp, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
9:15DoD Energy PanelMaryland 4
Session chair: US Navy Energy Office
10:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Energy, Efficiency, EnvironmentalMaryland 4
Session chair: Jennifer Rocha, TechConnect Division ATI
Heavy Duty Fuel Cell MEAs
N. Macauley, Giner, Inc., US
HIGH ENERGY DENSITY Li-ION BATTERIES BASED ON HIGH-CAPACITY LAYERED GRAPHENE ANODE
T. Paronyan, HeXalayer, LLC, US
3d printed Lithium Ion battery electrodes
P. Scott, Power 3D, US
Renewable Mobile Nanogrid
K. Garth, Sesame Solar, US
High Performance Bio-capacitor as a Miniature Supercapacitor
H. Rathnayake, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, US
Review Panelist
N. Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures, CA
Review Panelist
J. Caley, U.S. Navy, US
Review Panelist
E. Armstrong, U.S. Navy, US
Review Panelist
M. Mazzocco, Alytic/U.S. Navy, US
Review Panelist
R. Roley, USINDOPACOM, US
11:30TechConnect Innovation Spotlights: Energy, Efficiency, EnvironmentalMaryland 4
Session chair: F. Goumans
PFAS (Forever Chemical) Destruction Units
N. Sharp, Aquagga, Inc., US
Device for simultaneous converting of carbon dioxide and methane into a storable fuel and removing of nitrous oxide
A. Arias, Axelys, US
Substantially increasing heat energy recovery and electricity generation from natural, sustainable 24/7 geothermal hot water
J. Johnston, CaSil Technologies Ltd, NZ
Membrane Dehumidification for Building Energy Use Reduction
E. Allen, Evercloak Inc., US
PFAS Removal During Renewable Fuels Generation
A. Thomas, River Otter Renewables, Inc, US
Review Panelist
R. Roley, USINDOPACOM, US
Review Panelist
N. Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures, CA
Review Panelist
M. Mazzocco, Alytic/U.S. Navy, US
Review Panelist
J. Caley, U.S. Navy, US
Review Panelist
E. Armstrong, U.S. Navy, US
12:00TechConnect World, SBIR/STTR Pavilion, and EPA P3 Exhibit Hall OpensExpo Hall BC
12:00TechConnect Business Team Meet & GreetExpo Hall BC
12:00EPA P3 National Student Design Competition ShowcaseExpo Hall BC
1:30Confronting the Supply Chain Challenges: A Path ForwardTBA
Session chair: Andrew Holland, Fusion Industry Association, US
Public-Private Partnerships in the Fusion Supply Chain Landscape
J. Cohen, Commonwealth Fusion Systems, US
Perspectives on public-private partnerships for supply chain development
A. Lumsdaine, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Panel - Confronting the Supply Chain Challenges: A Path Forward
1:30Energy InnovationsTBA
Session chair: Yuanqiao Rao, Dow Chemical Company & Dave Calabro, ExxonMobil (retired), US
The Rise of Plug-In Solar in North America
E. Ginsberg-Klemmt, A. Ginsberg-Klemmt, Gismo Power LLC, US
Continuous Power for Tropical Island Installations with Ocean Thermal Energy
B. Strogen, J. Feakins, Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, US
Upscaling OPV into production tech - What are the obstacles to reach a competitive OPV industry in Europe
T. Kolbusch, Coatema, DE
Harvesting More "Green" Energy From Geothermal Resources and Clean Water Restoration and Protection
J.H. Johnston, CaSil Technologies Limited, NZ
Renewable Energy Breakthrough with Room-Temperature Thermionics
J. Birmingham, Birmingham Technologies Inc., US
1:30Biorefining & Biomanufacturing 1TBA
Session chair: Tim Barckholtz, ExxonMobil & Carlos Quiroz-Arita, Sandia National Laboratories, US
TBA
N. MacDowell, Xiron Global Ltd., US
Logistics for Large Scale Biorefineries: Impacts of Carbon Management and Supply System Maturation
D. Hartley, Idaho National Lab, US
Sandia’s R&D efforts towards net-negative biomanufacturing
D. Carrieri, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Permanent, Affordable and Scalable Carbon Removal through Carbon Casting
H. Murnen, Graphyte, US
Harnessing Biology for Industrial Decarbonization
L.M. Guay, U.S. Department of Energy, US
1:00Rare Earths: The Future of Magnet TechnologiesTBA
Session chair: Andriy Palasyuk, Ames National Laboratory, US
Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Innovation from the Critical Materials Innovation Hub
D.S. Parker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Midstream Processing of Critical Materials
A.J. Sherman, N. Farkas, R. Kinner, B. Werry, P. Seman, powdermet inc, Terves LLC, PMT group, US
Critical Materials Consideration in the Development of Permanent Magnets
M.J. Kramer, A. Palasyuk, I.Z. Hlova, J. Cui, I.C. Nlebedim, Ames Lab, US
Cerium Gap Magnets (CGMs). Towards a new castable mass market magnet.
A. Palasyuk, A. Swanson, M. Besser, Ames National Laboratory, US
Projected Growth Rates for NdFeB Permanent Magnets: Nd plus Dy Demands Across End Use Sectors Through 2050
J.W. Heim II, R.L. Vander Wal, Penn State University, US
3:00Rare Earths Panel: How Critical are Minerals to our Energy Security?TBA
Session chair: Dawn Wellman, Rio Tinto
1:30Energy Storage: Policy, Valuation & Emerging ApplicationsTBA
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
TBA
S. Hendrickson, U.S. Department of Energy, US
Long-duration Energy Storage (LDES): Mapping the Pathway to Commercialization
W. McNamara, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Rethinking Energy Storage Uses Cases for Long-Duration Energy Storage
E.D. Spoerke, Sandia National Laboratories, US
Solid-state batteries with ultra-long lifetime for bidirectional charging
W. Fitzhugh, Adden Energy, US
Residential Hybrid Energy Generation and Storage for Grid Stability
S. Dhakal, NU Engineering LLC, US
"Ultimate Power Portability: Empowering You Anytime, Anywhere!"
C. Petrella, ravensafe, US
1:30MOSA Innovation ChallengeBaltimore
Session chair: Emma Mooney, TechConnect ATI, US
1:30Accelerating Innovation: Policy Engagements & TechConnect Innovation PitchesMaryland 4
What is the US Congress and How Does it Help Me as an Innovator?
B. Greer, Empire Consulting Group, US
1:30Defense Business Accelerator (DBX) - Innovation ColliderAnnapolis 1
1:30SBA ESO Meeting (Private)Maryland 5
2:30MOSA Innovation ChallengeBaltimore
Session chair: Emma Mooney, TechConnect ATI, US
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception, Poster Session 2 (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall BC
1:30Biorefining & Biomanufacturing - PostersExpo Hall BC
Efficient Recovery and Purification of Biobased Chemicals Utilizing Liquid-to-Liquid Extraction Technology
D. Glatz, Koch Modular Process Systems, US

Wednesday June 19

9:00Views from Suppliers IITBA
Session chair: Amelia Campbell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
TBA
H. Jackson, U.S. Department of Energy, US
Handling US private company requests for ITER information
C.M. Greenfield, A. Lumsdaine, L.P. Cunningham, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Building the fusion supply chain one company at a time: the New Mexico Energy Technology Incubator (NMETI)
S. Woodruff, J. Elling, C. Evans, A. Stein, New Mexico Energy Technology Incubator, US
A HTS magnet supplier company - Canyon Magnet Energy
H. Song, B. Santos, Y. Viouchkov, S. Van Sciver, Canyon Magnet Energy, US
High temperature superconductors as the key material for compact fusion: scale up challenges and investment opportunities
S. Samoilenkov, Faraday 1867 Holdings LLC, US
6-Lithium Enrichment
J.W. Elling, G.D. Jarvinen, S. Yarbro, J. Gatewood, P.T. Lueangrujiwong, Molten Salt Solutions, US
AI-enabled design of foam polymer targets for inertial fusion energy
A. Stein, V. I. Perumal, R. Frye, D. Beckett, C. B.S. Woodruff, UHV3D Inc, US
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