Materials Challenges In Alternative & Renewable Energy 2014
MCARE 2014 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 hydrogen, solar energy, solar power and concentrators, battery and energy storage, nanocomposites and nanowires, nuclear, critical resources, and other energy area. Don’t miss this year’s plenary speakers: M. Stanley Whittingham, SUNY Stony Brook, USA; D. Yogi Goswami, Director, Clean Energy Research Center, University of South Florida University, USA; Volkmar Luethen, Siemens AG, Germany; Bor Z. Jang, Angstron Materials, Inc. and Nanotek Instruments, Inc., USA; Taek-Soo Kim, Korea Institute for Rare Metal, Korea; Suklyun Hong, Graphene Research Institute and Sejong University, Korea; Chikashi Nishimura, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan; and Ned Stetson, Fuel Cell Technologies Office, DOE, USA.
|Who Should Attend|
MCARE 2014 is intended for not only scientists and engineers active in energy and materials science research, but also for those new to the field. Visit the Symposia section to learn more about the technical program or review the Schedule for more information.
Select your membership type below to register online. Nonmembers will be prompted to create a New Visitor Registration. Download the registration form to sign up by phone, fax or mail.
On or Before
Jan. 16, 2014
Jan. 16, 2014
|ASM or MRS Member||$610||$760|
|ACerS Emeritus/Senior/Associate Member||$470||$620|
|One Day: Member||$470||
|One Day: Nonmember||$590||$740|
Note: Registration includes welcome and poster receptions, two lunches and breaks.
*Includes all evening receptions and poster sessions.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
University of Cologne
Savannah River National Laboratory
MCARE Founders and MCARE 2014
Advisory Program Co-Chairs