227 people from around the globe attended Materials Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy 2010. Energy 2010 was hosted February 21-24 at the Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront in Cocoa Beach, Fl. Dr. Jack G. Simon, Dr. George G. Wicks, and the Advisory & Technical Planning Committee put together a technical program that included 160 tutorials, presentations and posters.
Materials Challenges in Energy 2010 Report
American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 89. No. 3, pg 40-41.
Review Photos from MCARE 2010
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Hydrogen Storage Technologies: A Tutorial with Perspectives from the US Nat’l Program
Ned T. Stetson, DOE
Materials Challenges in Nuclear Energy Systems
Steve Zinkle, Oak Ridge National Lab
U.S. Air Force Energy Program
Bobby Diltz, Energy Systems Research Group, AFRL/RXQD
Photovoltaics: Past, Present, and Future
Ryne P. Raffaelle, National Center for Photovoltaics, National Renewable Energy Lab
Material Needs in Alternative and Renewable Energy for the Automotive Industry
Mark Verbrugge, Chemical Sciences and Materials System Lab, General Motors R&D
Wind Energy: Background, Technology, Opportunities, & Material Challenges
Jose Zayas, Wind & Water Power Technologies, Sandia National Laboratories
Advanced Materials & Manufacturing for The Clean Energy Future
P.J. Dougherty, SMI
Advanced Materials for Our Energy Future
Sandra DeVincent Wolf, Leonard J. Brillson and Duane B. Dimos
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