Glasses for Energy and Environmental Applications
Glass has proven to be a critical material for emerging energy and environmental applications. This session is a great opportunity for researchers, engineers, and students to discuss the most recent advances in glass technology in the subject areas of renewable energy, clean energy, energy storage, and environmental remediation. This could include, but are not limited to glass, glass composites and glass ceramics as they relate to nuclear and wind power generation, environmental clean-up, sealants for solid oxide fuel cells, high-efficiency energy utilization, energy efficient lighting, glass microspheres for hydrogen storage, chemical separation, and air and water purification.
Amanda Billings, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA