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Hydrogen 2008 Archive

Hydrogen 2008 Meeting Archive


A total of 175 people from 17 countries attended the Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy conference. Hydrogen 2008 was held February 24-27, 2008, at the Hilton Oceanfront in Cocoa Beach, FL. The was an inter-Society conference organized by Jack Simon, Past President of ASM International, and George Wicks, a past member of the ACerS Board of Directors. In addition, the National Hydrogen Association (NHA) and the Society for Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) supported this meeting. This conference included 112 presentations in 17 sessions and one poster session.


Meeting Summary

Hydrogen 2008 Report

American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 87, No 5, pg 13.


Download the Meeting Guide [2MB]


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Meeting Proceedings

The Ceramic Transactions, Volume 202 containing the proceedings from Hydrogen 2008 is available in ACerS Bookstore.


International Overview


Introduction of the Hydrogen Economy in Emerging Markets

Jose Ignacio Galindo, ALSET – CEO

Tritium: A Micropower Source for On-Chip Applications

Nazir P. Kherani, Baojun Liu,

Stefan Zukotynski, Kenin P. Chen

Materials Issues for H2 R&D in Canada

Rod McMillan, NRC Defence R&D Canada Atlantic

Current Status of R&D on Hydrogen Production and Storage in Korea

Jong-Won Kim, Director Hydrogen Energy R&D Center

Global Perspectives Towards the Establishment of the Hydrogen Economy

Jose Ignacio Galindo, ALSET – CEO

Electrochemical Energy Storage System for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle

Zi-Feng Ma, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Priorities & Progress in Hydrogen Energy Research in the EU

C.Filiou, P.Moretto & J.Martin-Bermejo- European Commission

Overview of U.S. Materials Development Activities for Hydrogen Technologies

Ned Stetson, John Petrovic, US Dept of Energy





Evaluations of Formation and Reversibility of Metal Borohydrides via Volumetric and Nuclear Resonance Methods

Robert C. Bowman, Jr.,Jpseph Reiter, (Jet Propulsio Lab, Pasadena, CA)

Son-Jong Hwang, Chul Kim, Houria Kabbour, Justin Purewal and C.C.Ahn (Calif Institute of Tech, Pasadena, CA)

Hollow Glass Micropheres (HGMS) Designed for Storing Hydrogen

Delbert E. Day, MO-SCI Corp and

James E. Shelby, Alfred Univ

Progress of Hydrogen Storage and Container Materials

YiYi Li and YuTuo Zhang, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Impact of Composition and Heat Treatment on Pore Size in Borosilicate Glass Microspheres

Fabienne C. Raszewski, Erich K. Hansen, Ray f. Schumacher, David K. Peeler, Scott W. Galord, Nathan A. Carlie, Laeticia Petit and Kathleen A. Richardson, Savannah River National Laboratory

Impact of Glass Composition on the Production of Borosilicate HGMs

Fanienne C. Raszewski, Erich K. Hansen, David K. Peeler and Ray F. Schumacher

Methods For Producing Hollow Glass Microspheres

Fabienne C. Raszewski , Ray F. Schumacher and Erich K. Hansen

High Density Carbon Materials for Hydrogen Storage

A. Linares-Solano, M. Jorda-Beneyto, D. Lozano-Castello, F. Suarez-Garcia, D. Cazorla-Amoros

Physisorption of Hydrogen on Novel Porous Materials

Michael Hirscher, Barbara Panella and Barbara Schmitz

NESSHY: Novel Efficient Solid Storage for Hydrogen

Theodore Steriotis, National Ctr for Scientific Research, Athens, Greece




Analysis of Electrochemical Experiments for Evaluation of Susceptibility to Embrittlement by Hydrogen Gas

R.E. Ricker, D.J. Pitchure and M. R. Stoudt, NIST

Poster: Analysis of Electrochemical Experiments for Evaluation of Susceptibility to Embrittlement by Hydrogen Gas

R.E. Ricker, D.J. Pitchure and M. R. Stoudt, NIST

Friction and Wear Properties of Materials used in Hydrogen Service

Robert Erch, George Fenske, and Osman Eryilmaz, Argonne Natonal Lab

Evaluation of the Susceptibility of Simulated Welds In HSLA-100 and HY-100 Steels to Hydrogen Induced Cracking

R.E. Ricker, M.R. Stoudt and D.J. Pitchure, NIST
Fracture Toughness Assessment of Hydrogen Pipelines M. Dadfarnia, M. Martin, P. Sofronis, I.M. Robertson, D.D. Johnson




High Temperature Electrolysis for Hydrogen Production

J. Stephen Herring, Carl M. Stoots,

James E. O’Brien (Idaho Nat’l Laboratory and Joseph J. Hartvigsen (Ceramatec, Inc.)

Ni-Si alloys for Hydrogen Generation by the Sulfur-Iodine Cycle

J.W. Newkirk, R.D. Brow, T. Lillo, C. Larson and R. Hsu (Idaho National Laboratory)

Hydrogen Production via Photolytic Oxidation of Aqueous Sodium Sulfite Solutions

Cunping Huang, Clovis A. Linkous, Olawale Adebiyi and Ali T-Raissi (Florida Solar Energy Center)

Porous Alumina Tubular Supported Ultra-thin Pd Membrane

Dan Edson, PhD (MetaMateria Partners)
X-Ray Photoelectron Investigation of Phosphotungstic Acid as a Proton-Conducting Medium in Solid Polymer Electrolytes Clovis A. Linkous, Stephen L. Rhoden (Florida Solar Energy Center) and Kirk Scammon (Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center)
Recent Results on Splitting Water with Al Alloys Charles R. Allen, Jeffrey T. Ziebarth, Go Choi, Jerry M. Woodall, Jong-Hyeok Jeon (Purdue University)



Leakage Detection/Safety

Hydrogen Delivery/Safety

B. B. Bonner, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Safety Aspects of Hydrogen at Low and High Velocity

Robert W. Boyd, Mircea Stefan Stanescu and Paul F. Stratton (The Linde Group)
Tritium Aging Effects on Forged Stainless Steel

Michael Morgan, Savannah River National Laboratory

Explosive Nature of Hydrogen in a Partial Pressure Vacuum

Trevor Jones, Solar Atmospheres, Inc.


Material Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy
In 2010, ACerS, ASM International, and the Society of Plastic Engineers are working together to facilitate information sharing on the latest developments involving materials for alternative energy and renewable energy systems. Learn more about Energy 2010.




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