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    • 4-7 July 2017 - EFCF2017 - European Fuel Cell Forum, Lucerne, Switzerland

      6th European PEFC & Electrolyser Forum will be a highlight of the year for those involved with HYDROGEN-, DIRECT ALCOHOL-  and  MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS as well as ELECTROLYSERS and linked HYDROGEN PROCESSING & PURIFICATION & STORAGE. The Focus lies on science & engineering, materials & manufacturing, components & systems, design, testing & integration, applications, operation & combinations, and markets issues.

- Website: http://www.efcf.com/

 

    • 28 May-02 June 2017 - 231st ECS Spring Meeting, Symposium "From electrode to systems; importance of interfaces in the durability and performance of LT fuel cells", New Orleans, USA

      ECS biannual meetings are a forum for sharing the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology. Scientists, engineers and industry leaders come from around the world to attend the technical symposia, poster sessions, and professional development workshops. Not to mention exciting networking opportunities and social events.

- Website: http://www.electrochem.org/231
 

    • 24-28 April 2017 - Hannover Messe, Germany

      "Integrated Industry – Creating Value" is the official lead theme for HANNOVER MESSE 2017. "Widespread uptake of digitalization in the manufacturing and energy industries will only happen if integrated technology providers make a strong case for the associated benefits," said Deutsche Messe Managing Board member Dr. Jochen Köckler. "Manufacturers and energy companies need to fully understand the direct, long-term benefits they stand to gain from digitalization. They need to recognize that digitalization adds value – and not just in terms of new and better machines. Value is also created by the ability that digitalization gives companies to update or completely reinvent their business models and improve the working lives of individual employees."

- Website: http://www.hannovermesse.de/home
 

    • 19-22 March 2017 - ISE Topical Meeting Advances in Lithium and Hydrogen Electrochemical Systems for Energy Conversion and Storage, Buenos Aires, Argentina

      In a world with increasing energy demand for maintaining and developing the modern society, but at the same time seeking for renewable resources and environmental friendly solutions, electrochemistry can clearly provide efficient and clean alternatives for energy conversion and storage. Two fields of great impact in today’s energy economy are the development of lithium batteries and hydrogen fuel cells. The goal of the present meeting is to provide a venue where electrochemical researchers working in the fields of lithium batteries and hydrogen fuel cells will have the opportunity to discuss their recent advances and future developments. The scope of the meeting goes from basic research in related electrode reactions to applied electrochemical energy conversion and energy storage, including electrochemical engineering aspects.

- Website: http://topical20.ise-online.org/index.php

 

    • 1-3 March 2017 - FCH-JU SMARTCAT initiated Fuel Cell Car Workshop, Orléans, France

      The European Workshop dedicated to recent progress in fuel cells for automotive applications will be organised on March 1-3, 2017 and will take place in Orléans, France. This workshop will be a unique occasion for discussing both scientific and technological advances within the frame of the FCH-JU projects for having at midterm of H2020 a current status of the excellence research and Innovation in the fields of fuel cell car.

- Website: http://efcw2017.sciencesconf.org
 

    • 1-3 March 2017 - International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo, Japan

      World's Largest Show for Hydrogen & Fuel Cell. Leading international exhibition showcasing various technologies, components, materials, devices and finished fuel cells for hydrogen and fuel cell R&D and manufacturing.

- Website: http://www.fcexpo.jp/en/Home/

 

    • 26 February 2017 - 28 February 2017 - PFEC 2017 - Polymers for Fuel Cells, Energy Storage, and Conversion, Asilomar, CA, USA

      This conference has had great success as the premier conference bringing together the polymer community and fuel cell scientists. Our objective is to engage a broad spectrum of the polymer community in meeting the needs of this technology.  We will schedule talks that present the vision of the funding agencies and industry to provide perspective followed by talks from leading researchers in proton-conducting electrolyte synthesis, characterization, processing and application.

- Website: www.polyacs.net/Workshops/17FuelCells/home.html

 

    • 31 January - 02 February 2017 - Fuel Cell Fundamentals and Developments, Stuttgart, Germany

      The main topics at FDFC2017 will address fuel cells and electrolysers, ranging from fundamentals of electrochemistry to systems operation. Recent advances in materials, single cells, stacks and system development, as well as fuel cell diagnosis, power processing and control, characterisation of MEA, will be also presented during the conference.

      - Website: https://moreevent.meetingmasters.de/moreEvent-dlr-fdfc/public/event/662/home

 

    • 21-22 November 2016 - Program Review Days, Brussels, Belgium

      The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH 2 JU) is organising the sixth edition of its Programme Review Days for which 100 projects allocated in 6 panels covering cross-cutting, energy and transport in research and demonstration activities are being reviewed by 20 external experts from Europe and USA.

      - Website: http://www.fch.europa.eu/page/programme-review-days-2016


 

 

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