A successful 4th FCH2 technical conference was attended by 90 delegates from funding bodies, industry and academia. The presentation contributions in the plenary and parallel sessions gave insights to the status of the technology and generated fruitful discussions throughout the conference and the networking event.
The conference, which was held at millennium point, Birmingham, presented the invaluable opportunity for students to present their work to members of the public in addition to conference attendees. A programme was designed and run at the science museum in Think Tank to educate visitors about hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
We are delighted to announce a collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Climate Change Solutions to run the two UK leading Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conferences back-to-back in 2018 , on the 13th and 14th March in Birmingham.
Review of Fuel Cell Activity
Fuel Cell Systems and Demonstration Projects
High Temperature Fuel Cell Development
Carbon-Based SOFC System in China, Min-Fang Han, Tsinghua University, China
A Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell without CO2 Recirculation, Shanwen Tao, University of Warwick
The flexibility of Perovskite and Apatite Solid Oxide Fuel Cell materials to accommodate oxyanion dopants, and the consequent influence on the structure and conductivity, Peter Slater, University of Birmingham
Sn-infiltration on SOFC anode for direct-biogas operation, Lina Troskialina, University of Birmingham
Carbon Tolerant Ni/ScCeSZ anode for Direct Biogas-Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC), Anisa Arafin, University of Birmingham
Low Temperature Fuel Cell Development