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EERA AMPEA Workshop

EERA AMPEA Workshop

9th Joint Programme Steering Committee AMPEA workshop: "Materials for membranes in energy applications: gas separation membranes, electrolysers and fuel cells"

Address
Gaustadalléen 21, Oslo
Start
07/02/2017 08:30 Add to calendar
End
08/02/2017 14:00

The transformation to sustainable power generation to mitigate greenhouse gas effects is one of the key challenges to mankind and its implementation will impose significant societal changes. There is a strong need for new energy technology with very low greenhouse gas emissions. Membrane separation and electrochemical conversion are examples of key processes that enter into many highly efficient technologies related to clean energy. Membrane separation may, for example, be integrated into technology used for sustainable power generation and hydrogen production with CO2 capture from fossil fuels, while fuel cells and electrolysers are technologies for smaller scale energy efficient production of electricity and hydrogen. These technologies are expected to have significant impact in future energy systems and thus give large commercial opportunities to the technology vendors. The present workshop aims at addressing recent progress and current challenges on materials, cells and stack development of relevance for dense ion conducting membranes for gas separation, electrolysers and fuel cells operating at low, intermediate or high temperature.

Presentations from the workshop (pdf)

  1. Truls Norby, Fundamentals of materials for high temperature fuel cells, electrolysers, and gas separation membranes
  2. Magnus Thomassen, Material challenges for PEM fuel cells and electrolysers; Degradation mitigation and cost reduction
  3. Remi Costa: Supported Solid Oxide Cells: performances and limitations
  4. E. Rebollo: BaCe0.65Zr0.20Y0.15O3-δ doped ceria ceramic composites for hydrogen separation
  5. Stefan Baumann: Oxygen Transport Membrane Modules for Oxyfuel Applications developed in GREEN-CC
  6. Wolff-Ragnar Kiebach: Long-Term Stability of Oxygen Transport Membranes in simulated Flue Gas Environments – Lesson learned in the GREEN-CC Project
  7. S. Fasolin: HiPIMS deposition of dense Silver-Palladium films for hydrogen separation
  8. M. Marono: Development of novel Pd-alloy Membranes based on improved supports
  9. Anja Bieberle-Hütter: High Ion Flux Plasma Nanostructures for Electrochemical Applications
  10. M.N. Tsampas: Towards visible light activated porous photoanodes in conjunction with polymeric electrolyte photoelectrochemical cell with gaseous reactants
  11. Frederic Chandezon: Advanced ionomer membranes for PEMFC: design and studies
  12. Paul Inge Dahl: Supported catalyst particles for PEM fuel cells by one-step flame synthesis
  13. Summary

Agenda

Monday, February 6th 2017
Arrival of participants on an individual basis within the morning, hotel check-in.

Tuesday, February 7th 2017

8:30-10:45

EERA AMPEA steering committee for AMPEA members only

  • Welcome and opening (F. Chandezon, M. L; Fontaine)
  • General information and news from EERA (Petter Støa, SINTEF)
  • General information and news from AMPEA (Frédéric Chandezon, CEA and EERA AMPEA JPC)
  • Presentation of the application of University of Torino (Università degli Studi di Torino - Department of Chemistry) to AMPEA (Prof. Mario Chiesa)
  • Next AMPEA meeting and workshop: presentation of J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic (Prague) to host the meeting (Dr. Stanislav Zalis)
 
  • General information and news from the EERA and AMPEA


Workshop on "Materials for membranes in energy applications: gas separation membranes, electrolysers and fuel cells" - Open to all

10:45-11:15

Coffee and registration

11:15-11:30

Welcome to the workshop

11:30-12:30

First session: 
Plenary lecture 1: Truls Norby, Fundamentals of materials for high temperature fuel cells, electrolysers, and gas separation membranes
Plenary lecture 2: Magnus Thomassen, Material challenges for PEM fuel cells and electrolysers; Degradation mitigation and cost reduction

12:30-13:30

Lunch break

13:30-15:00

Second session: High temperature electrolysers and fuel cells; Session sponsored by METALLICA project. Chair: Yngve Larring
1. Marit Stange: Fabrication of metal supported proton ceramic electrolyser cells (PCEC)
2. Dr. Ragnar Strandbakke: to be announced
3. Remi Costa (invited lecture): Metal Supported Solid Oxide Cells: performances and limitations
4. Jose Serra: Novel electrodes for Solid Oxide Electrochemical Cells

15:00-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:00

Third session: Ceramic membranes; Session sponsored by Green CC project. Chair: Marie-Laure Fontaine
1. Kjell Wiik: The concept of self-healing membranes: Basic ideas and observations from diffusion couples and membrane testing
2. C. Mortalo: BaCe0.65Zr0.20Y0.15O3-δ doped ceria ceramic composites for hydrogen separation
3. Stefan Baumann: Oxygen Transport Membrane Modules for Oxyfuel Applications developed in GREEN-CC
4. Wolff-Ragnar Kiebach: Long-Term Stability of Oxygen Transport Membranes in simulated Flue Gas Environments – Lesson learned in the GREEN-CC Project

17:05-17:25

Flash presentation for each poster with max 3 slides: 2 min

17:15-18:00

Discussion about H2020

18:00-20:00

Buffet with poster session

Wednesday, February 8th 2017:

08:30-09:00

Coffee and welcome

09:00-10:30

Fourth session: Metal-based membranes and electrodes. Chair: Marit Stange
1. S. Fasolin: HiPIMS deposition of dense Silver-Palladium films for hydrogen separation
2. M. Marono: Development of novel Pd-alloy Membranes based on improved supports
3. Thijs Peters: Palladium (Pd) membranes as key enabling technology for pre-combustion CO2 capture and hydrogen production - from lab-scale to demonstration (To be continued)
4. Anja Bieberle-Hütter: High Ion Flux Plasma Nanostructures for Electrochemical Applications

10:30-10:45

Coffee break

10:45-12:15

Fifth session: PEM fuel cells and electrolysers. Chair: Magnus Thomassen
1. M.N. Tsampas: Towards visible light activated porous photoanodes in conjunction with polymeric electrolyte photoelectrochemical cell with gaseous reactants.
2. Feina Xu: Investigation of Electro-osmotic Drag Coefficients in Nafion Membrane by Electrophoresis NMR
3. CEA - to be announced: Advanced ionomer membranes for PEMFC: design and studies
4. Paul Inge Dahl: Supported catalyst particles for PEM fuel cells by one-step flame synthesis

12:30-13:30

Lunch and departure

 

 

A specific session dedicated to high temperature fuel cells and electrolysers will be sponsored by the METALLICA project (n°221819/E20) funded by the ENERGIX program.
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