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Monday, September 3, 2012 - 08:30
3rd CARISMA International Conference
on Medium and High Temperature
Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
3 – 5 September 2012
Venue: Axelborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
Registration and abstract submission open
- Abstract deadline: Extended to 10 June 2012 -
Jeong Ock Park - Samsung (KR)
Craig Gittleman - General Motors (US)
Naotoshi Nakashima - Kyushu University (JP)
Brian C. Benicewicz - University of South Carolina (US)
Dimitrios Papageorgopoulos - Department of Energy (US)
Robert F. Savinell - Case Western Reserve University, (US)
Piotr Zelenay - Los Alamos National Laboratory (US)
Werner Lehnert - Forschungszentrum Jülich (DE)
Thomas J. Schmidt - Paul Scherrer Institut (CH)
Deborah Jones - Université Montpellier 2 (FR)
Søren Knudsen Kær - Aalborg University (DK)
Frank Erne - Elcomax/Elcore (DE)
Conference topics include: Proton conducting membranes ☺ Fuel cells catalysts and supports ☺ Electrodes and MEAs ☺ Lifetime and degradation ☺ Modelling/simulation ☺ Novel techniques for MEA characterisation ☺ Alkaline anion-exchange membrane fuel cells ☺ Inorganic proton conductors ☺ Direct fuel cells ☺ Stacks and stack components
This conference series is specifically devoted to the challenges in developing fuel cell materials and membrane electrode assemblies for the medium and high temperature range targeted for transport and stationary applications. The conference will be the opportunity for presentation of recent results, discussion and debate on the solutions sought internationally to the bottlenecks associated with operation at higher temperatures, with an international programme of invited lectures, oral and poster contributions, organised to promote a review of important issues related to materials development and durability for PEMFC systems.
The conference is the third in the series initiated by the CARISMA European Coordination Action on Intermediate and high temperature Membrane electrode Assemblies.
CARISMA 2012 will be held in the centre of Copenhagen at walking distance from the main railway station which is a 14 min train ride from Copenhagen International Airport (Kastrup). The conference is organized together with the Danish HotMEA Consortium.
We look forward to welcoming you in Copenhagen in September.
Jens Oluf Jensen and the organizers
Frankfurt am Main/Germany, tba
Copenhagen, DK, Bella Center
Ulm, DE, CongressCentrum
Stuttgart, DE, New Messe
Washington DC, US, Washington Marriott Wardman Park
Lisbon, Portugal, tba