Fuel Cells Science & Technology 2010 will address the key scientific, engineering and technology challenges underpinning the development of fuel cell technology for a range of applications, improving understanding of the opportunities for further innovation in areas such as fuel cell product cost and durability.
Original papers are invited on topics that address how these challenges will impact fuel cell science and technology. Each session has its own theme, which is designed to support the overall conference theme, and to act as a focus for each of the accepted papers.
The conference will bring together researchers and technologists working on areas such as new fuel cell materials, degradation mechanisms, and system engineering, to discuss the current state-of-the-art in this dynamic and multidisciplinary field. Topics include:
- Fuel cell electrochemistry
- Materials for fuel cells
- Cell and stack technology
- Modeling and control
- Fuel processing
- Fuel cell systems and applications
- Fuels and fuel infrastructure
Oral and poster abstracts on these topics should be submitted using the online abstract submission system, by 15 April 2010.
All abstracts will be refereed, and papers lacking originality will be rejected.