• 1–4/07/2014: 11th EUROPEAN SOFC & SOE FORUM 2014, Lucerne, Switzerland
  • The 11th EUROPEAN SOFC FORUM will be a highlight of the European high temperature fuel cell year. This time, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Electrolysers, Proton Conducting Ceramic Fuel Cells and Mixed Ione-Electronic Ceramics - SOFC, SOE, PCFC and MIEC - will be featured. The topics will range from material to systems and FC&H demonstrations and deployment projects.
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  • 14-19/09/2014: Solid State Protonic Conductors – 17 (SSPC-17), Seoul, Korea
  • The 17th international conference on Solid State Protonic Conductors (SSPC-17) will address issue of materials, characterization, performance and reliability, modeling and simulation, nano-science and engineering, and applications of solid state protonic conductor technologies.Through high quality oral and poster presentations, the SSPC-17 will be the best meeting place that provides an opportunity to discuss recent progresses on development and research of novel conducting polymers/ceramics and their applications.
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  • 22/05/2014: Metal Supported Cells development Workshop, Bordeaux, France
  • The RAMSES-METPROCELL workshop serves as a catalyst for communication and data exchange between european experts in Metal Supported Cells. As such, the workshop benefit to the scientific community and to industry representatives.
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  • 10-12/07/2013: International Workshop on Prospects Protonic Ceramic Cells (PPCC 2013). Montpelliler, France
  • After the great success in 2011 of the first edition of International Conference of Prospects in Protonic Ceramics Cells (PPCC) (10 countries, 54 participants, 4 companies), the European Institute for Energy Research (EIFER, Germany) in collaboration of CoorsTek (US) organize the second edition will be held close to the nice area of Mediterranean Sea in Montpellier (Southern France) from July 10th to 12th 2013 in Mercure Center Hotel.
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  • 2-7/06/2013: The 19th International Conference on Solid State Ionics, Kyoto, Japan
  • The SSI conferences, held every two years under the auspices of the International Society for Solid State Ionics, promote international collaboration and cooperation, providing a forum for scientists and engineers to discuss fundamentals, innovations and applications in the field of ion transport in solids. The SSI conferences also create an opportunity to exchange new ideas and latest research achievements.
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  • 6-11/10/2013: 13th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XIII), Okinawa, Japan
  • This symposium will provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments on solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) and related topics.
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  • 16-18/04/2013: FDCF 2013, Karlsruhe, Germany
  • FDFC2013 will address fuel cells and electrolysers (both polymer electrolyte membrane and solid oxide), ranging from fundamentals of electrochemistry to systems operation. Recent advances in materials, single cells, stacks and system development, as well as recent, equally pertinent issues, such as fuel cell diagnosis, power processing and control, characterisation of MEA upon operation/ageing, will be also presented during the conference.
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  • 10-14/09/2012: Solid State Proton Conductors Conference, Grenoble, France
  • SSPC is the worldwide reference conference for pure and applied science of Solid Proton Conductor Materials. It focuses on chemistry and physics of proton conduction, ranging from elementary processes to applications for electrochemical devices.
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  • 26-29/06/2012: 10th EUROPEAN SOFC FORUM, Lucerne, Switzerland
  • The 10th EUROPEAN SOFC FORUM will be a highlight of the European high temperature fuel cell year. This time, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Electrolysers, Proton Conducting Ceramic Fuel Cells and Mixed Ione-Electronic Ceramics – SOFC, SOE, PCFC and MIEC – will be featured. The topics will range from material to systems and FC&H demonstrations and deployment projects.
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