This event will take place on April 13 and 14, 2016 at the Hilton Glasgow in Glasgow, UK. This event will have a good mix of industrial and academic delegates and presenters and an excellent balance between research and technology.
Thousands of fuel cells are being produced annually and sold commercially in a wide range of applications, but continued research, both fundamental and applied, will be essential to help reduce production costs and increase durability.
This conference will bring together leading researchers and technologists, working in critical areas such as new materials, degradation processes and systems engineering, to discuss the state-of-the-art, highlight new developments and propose research priorities.
Attendance will benefit all those interested in the key research and development issues facing fuel cell science and technology, including end-users.
Participants can interact with leading international researchers who have contributed oral and poster presentations. These researchers have been selected from more than 200 submitted abstracts, will cover the latest research and technologies in:
- Fuel cell electrochemistry
- Materials for fuel cells
- Cell and stack technology
- Fuels and fuel infrastructure
- Fuel cell systems and applications
- Fuel processing
- Modelling and control
- Fuel cell components
- Simon Coote, Head of Energy Industries, Scottish Government, UK
- John T.S. Irvine, Professor of Chemistry, University of St Andrews, UK
- Felix Büchi, Head of Fuel Cell Systems and Diagnostics, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland