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Feature: Materials Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy

Materials Challenges in Energy 2010

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Meeting Description

New! Download the Final Program then use the Itinerary Planner to schedule each day.  Energy 2010 facilitates information sharing on the latest
developments involving materials for alternative and renewable energy
systems. Emphasis will be on materials challenges and innovations in
areas of solar energy, wind power, hydro, geothermal, biomass, nuclear
and hydrogen, along with special sessions of advanced battery
technologies. Energy 2010 boasts these Tutorial Speakers: Yet-Ming Chiang, MIT on Batteries; Ned Stetson, DOE on Hydrogen; Ryne Raffaelle, NREL on Solar; Jose Zayas, SNL on Wind; Steve Zinkel, ORNL on Nuclear; and Mark Verbrugge, GM; Gary Wright, USAF; Kevin Billings, Lockheed Martin; and Sandra Devincent Wolf, MRS on Overview Energy Talks.


Who Should Attend

Energy 2010 is a follow-up to Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy 2008. Similar to Hydrogen 2008, Energy 2010 is intended for not only scientists and engineers active in energy and materials science research (in areas involving ceramics, metals and polymers), but also those new to the field. The Ceramic Transactions, Volume 202 containing the proceedings from Hydrogen 2008 is available in ACerS Bookstore. Visit Symposia to learn about the Technical Program or download the Advance Brochure.

Registration Rates

For detailed registration information, visit Energy 2010 Registration.



The 4 day interactive, interdisciplinary technical forum will include tutorials and invited overview presentations of leading energy alternatives, provided by national and international leaders in these fields, along with technical sessions addressing state-of-the-art materials issues involved with these future energy sources. Review the Technical Program areas.



Dr. Jack G. Simon
Technology Access
Dr. George G. Wicks
Consulting Scientist
Savannah River National Laboratory




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