Sunday, October 25, 2015

Event - 3rd Zing Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Conference

3rd Zing Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Conference will take place November 17-20, 2015 in Cancun, Mexico. The conference will focus on recent work on novel PGM-based and non-platinum based nanomaterials to systems for the portable, stationary and automotive sectors.

The conference will cover modern aspects and new developments in hydrogen, fuel cells and their applications in terms of hydrogen production and materials, renewable hydrogen, materials for hydrogen storage, fuel cell research & development, hydrogen and fuel cell applications, and hydrogen safety engineering.

Carefully selected Plenary and Invited lectures from distinguished researchers from all over the world are the core features of the hydrogen and fuel cell conference. Presentations from contributed abstracts and a poster session for delegates will be available. The chairmen strongly encourage participation in scientific discussions in a relaxed atmosphere as well as the participation of younger engineers and scientists.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells are an important part of the world Energy portfolio; the deployments in early markets and the consolidation of efforts will help to drive innovations in this growing multi-billion dollar sector.

Plenary Speakers
  • Christophe Coutanceau Université de Poitiers Electrochemical Conversion of Biomass for Clean Hydrogen Production
  • Vladimir Molkov University of Ulster Hydrogen Safety Engineering For Indoor Systems
  • Gregory Jerkiewicz Queen’s University Platinum Electrochemistry and Electrocatalysis: Unraveling the Origins of Its Unique Behavior
  • Federico Rosei Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique Multifunctional materials for electronics and photonics
  • Søren Linderoth Technical University of Denmark SOFCs on the move from high to low temperature operation
  • Steven Holdcroft Simon Fraser University Advances in Polyaromatic Membranes/Ionomers for PEM and AEM fuel cells 

Invited Speakers
  • Chris Reid Hydrexia Disrupting The Business Case Around Solid State Hydrogen Storage
  • Jensen (Custom)Jens Oluf Jensen DTU, Technical University of Denmark Non-Noble Oxygen Reduction Catalysts by Means of Encapsulated Iron Carbide
  • makarovDmitriy Makarov University of Ulster Fire Resistance of Onboard Hydrogen Storage: Recent Developments in Thermal Protection
  • herreraEsteban Durán Herrera Universidad de Costa Rica Preliminary evaluation of Co, Cu, Ru and Ni dye-sensitized-TiO2 substrates as photocatalysts for water-splitting hydrogen production
  • peppleyBrant A. Peppley Queen’s-RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre Polymer Electrolyte Electrolyser versus Solid Oxide Electrolyser Technology: A Comparison of How to Make Hydrogen
  • duShangfeng Du University of Birmingham Direct catalyst electrodes based on PtPd nanodendrites for PEFC applications
  • swider-lyons (Custom)Karen Swider-Lyons U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Challenges in the accurate measurement of oxygen reduction electrocatalyst activity in RDE and CCMs
  • DuronSergio Miguel Durón Torres Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas The Mexican Hydrogen Society / Mixed Oxides as Catalyst-Supports for Oxygen Evolution Reaction
  • Gabriel (Custom)Kamiel Gabriel University of Ontario Institute of Technology A Summary of Canada’s Program on Hydrogen Production using the Thermo-chemical Cu-Cl Cycle
  • BurheimOdne Burheim Sor-Trondelag University-College Thermal conductivity of different PEMFC regions and impacts on numerical modelling
  • jostinsJohn Jostins Coventry University Hydrogen and fuel cells in the context of closed loop mobility

Contributing Speakers
  • Sasan Ebrahimi Simon Fraser University
  • Marco A. Rodriguez Binghamton University SUNY
  • Torsten Berning Aalborg University
  • Patrick Nonjola CSIR, South Africa
  • Shouzhong Zou American University
  • Quentin Meyer University College London
  • Erik Engebretsen University College London
  • Vidal Bharath University College London
  • Joelle Penniston University of Kwa-Zulu Natal
  • Sadegh Hasanpour The University of British Columbia
  • Katerina Horakova Institute of Physics AS CR
  • Antonio Ricca University of Salerno
  • Concetta Ruocco University of Salerno
  • Muhammad Imran Din University of the Punjab
  • Harby Alexander Martinez Rodriguez Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales
  • Ki Bong Lee Korea University

To see the conference program click here.
To register with accommodation click here.
To register without accommodation click here.

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