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[Abstracts Due] 36th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC’12)

By / May 3, 2011

36th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites January 22 – 27, 2012 Hilton Daytona Beach Resort and Ocean CenterDaytona Beach, Florida, USA Call for papers! Visit Daytona 2012 for all the details. The 36th International Conference and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites is January 22-27, 2012 in Daytona Beach, Florida. This…

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37th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC’13)

By / January 12, 2011

37th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites January 27 – February 1, 2013 Daytona Beach, Florida, USA

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‘Artificial diamonds’ to make fuel cells more affordable

By / May 14, 2010

The DOE Pulse reported that, using specialized cubic zirconia, scientists from Nanjing Normal University in China and Pacific Northwest National Lab created a membrane that could drop the temperature inside solid oxide fuel cells. Lowering the temperature means these cells could be built from less expensive materials. Currently, the temperature inside SOFCs is about 1,000°C.…

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Ceramic Leadership Summit: Spotlight on Energy Innovations

By / May 13, 2010

The Energy Innovation track at the Ceramic Leadership Summit June 21-22 in Baltimore, Md., will highlight advances and challenges facing the the future of energy creation, harvesting and storage. Nuclear energy, solid-oxide fuel cells and sodium metal halide batteries are just a sample of the topics to be covered by industry leaders. Here are the…

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ICACC’11 Call For Papers

By / April 12, 2010

Submit your abstract today. ICACC’11 showcases cutting-edge research and product developments in
advanced ceramics, armor ceramics, solid oxide fuel cells, ceramic coatings, bioceramics and more.

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$44B in opportunities for energy storage

By / March 31, 2010

According to a new report from Lux Research, the market for batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells targeting transportation and smart grid applications will more than double from $21.4 billion in 2010 to $44.4 billion in 2015. ACerS’ upcoming Ceramic Leadership Summit will introduce key figures in the energy storage technology sector that will expound on…

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Adaptive Materials scores Michigan $3M microtubular solid oxide fuel cell award

By / March 30, 2010

Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials Inc, a specialist in making microtubular solid oxide fuel cells, announced yesterday that it has won $3 million in new funding through Michigan’s Centers of Energy Excellence Program. AMI, until now, has focused most of its efforts on military uses for its SOFCs, such as soldier-worn units, power sources for unmanned…

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Jeff Stevenson on solid oxide fuel cells

By / March 18, 2010

Jeff Stevenson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Energy Materials Group at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, and has been working on SOFCs for more than a decade.

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Video of the week: Jeff Stevenson on solid oxide fuel cells

By / March 17, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/stevenson_pnnlsofc.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/stevenson_pnnlsofc.jpg}] Jeff Stevenson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Energy Materials Group at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and has been working on SOFCs for more than a decade. This video, shot at the recent ICACC’10 conference in Daytona Beach, Fla., provides some history on the development of these fuel cells, and…

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Friedman: ‘Dammit, you’re not dreaming enough!’

By / March 9, 2010

Like shootin’ fish in a barrel. Me, six days ago: Prediction: Tom will state that Bloom Energy changes everything! Today from Friedman: Several months ago, though, Sridhar took me into the parking lot behind Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters and showed me the inside of one of his Bloom Boxes, the size of a small shipping…

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