JUNE 17-19, 2024
WASHINGTON, DC    


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

Corky MittelsteadtPerfluorinated Sulfonic Acids for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzers, are We Stuck with Forever Chemicals Forever?
Corky Mittelsteadt
VP, Plug Power

Emory De CastroEmory De Castro
CTO
Advent Technologies

Vivek MurthiVivek Murthi
Director
Nikola Corporation

Gus BlockGus Block
Director of Corporate Development
Nuvera Fuel Cells


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

 
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2023 Symposium Sessions

4:00Energy Storage - Posters

Tuesday June 20

4:00Fuel Cells & Hydrogen - Posters

Wednesday June 21

9:00Recent Advances in Hydrogen

2023 Symposium Program

Monday June 19

4:00Energy Storage - PostersExpo Hall AB
Hybrid Electro-Optics for Integrated Photonics
L.E. Johnson, D.L. Elder, S.R. Hammond, K.M. O’Malley, NLM Photonics, US
Ex situ structure-properties analysis of CeOx-TiOx-RGO as a potential groundbreaking Na-ion supercapacitor material
F. Caballero-Briones, N. Gnanaseelan, F.J. Espinosa-Faller, J. Mustre, J. Lezama, R.A. Colina-Ruiz, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, MX

Tuesday June 20

4:00Fuel Cells & Hydrogen - PostersExpo Hall AB
New Highly Graphitized N-Doped Porous Carbon as a Robust Support for Pt Fuel Cell
H-Y Lee, C-H Shin, T.H. Yu, W.A. Goddard III, J-S Yu, DGIST, KR
A metallic hydride synthesis based on Ti-V-Cr to be used as hydrogen storage
J.A. Amézquita Martínez, O.A. Vargas Ceballos, D.Y. Peña Ballesteros, Universidad Industrial de Santander, CO

Wednesday June 21

9:00Recent Advances in HydrogenNational Harbor 13
Session chair: John Kopasz, Argonne National Laboratory, US
9:00Advanced Light-Weight HTPEM Fuel Cells for the Aviation Industry. Performance evaluation and development progress.
A. Ivanenko, Hypoint, US
9:25Development of Megawatt Scale Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) Electrolyzer Stacks
B. Lakshmanan, Versogen, US
9:50PGM-free Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts for Hydrogen Production by PEM Water Electrolyzer
D-J Liu, Argonne National Lab, US
10:15Development of Stable Ni-based Binary Electrodes for Alkaline Water Electrolyzer under Dynamic Operation
M. Kim, H-S Cho, C. Lee, S. Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), KR
10:35Improvements to Integrate Water Electrolysis for H2 Production from Renewable Sources
H-S Cho, M. Kim, C. Lee, S. Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), KR
10:55Consideration of the re-use of Oil and Gas Stainless Steel Pipelines for Hydrogen Transport
T. Williamwest, O. Abunomah, P. Ogunlude, E. Gobina, J. Njuguna, The Robert Gordon University, UK
Topics & Application Areas
  • Advanced Materials for Hydrogen Production
  • Innovations in Water Electrolysis
  • Novel Fuel Cell Technologies & Materials
  • Catalysts
  • Membranes
  • Hydrogen Storage
  • Case Studies & Best Practices
  • Other
 

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