Symposia
Sym 24  |  Jong-Ho Lee Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology
Sym 25  |  Kyu Hyoung Lee Thermoelectrics
Sym 26  |  Kisuk Kang Ceramics for Rechargeable Energy Storage
Sym 27  |  Yutai Katoh Ceramics for Innovative Nuclear Energy Applications
Sym 28  |  Sang-Woo Kim Piezoelectric and Triboelectric Energy Harvesting Materials
Sym 29  |  Hyun Suk Jung Advanced Materials and Technologies for Perovskite Materials-based Solar Energy Conversion Devices
 
Sym 24 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology
Organizer Jong-Ho Lee Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Co-Organizer Tatsuya Kawada
Shaorong Wang
Tae-Sik Oh
Jae Jin Kim
Tohoku University, Japan
China University of Mining and Technology, China
Auburn University, USA
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Worldwide interest in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), has remarkably increased in recent years due to their high power-generation efficiency, environmental benignity and fuel flexibility. This symposium will address various issues in material science and engineering for SOFCs such as novel electrolyte and electrode materials, characterization techniques, transport phenomena, electrochemistry in electrodics, and modeling in various scales. Recent improvements in cell and stack designs, fabrication and their electrochemical performance and stability will also be addressed. Furthermore, by considering the promise and expectation for future hydrogen economy, material needs and technologies in the areas of hydrogen production, storage, delivery and safety will be also addressed in conjunction with hydrogen-based alternative energy sources. Through high quality oral and poster presentations, this symposium will be the best meeting place that provides an opportunity to discuss recent progresses on development on all aspects of SOFCs and hydrogen energy.