Cleantech 2008

Cleantech 2007 Program

Program At A Glance

Wednesday May 23, 2007

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

8:30 Cleantech Opening Keynotes
10:30 Cleantech Investement & Corporate Interests
12:00 Cleantech Networking Lunch
1:00 Investment Keynote & Panel Cleantech Policy Panel
2:00 Poster Break
3:30 Cleantech Ventures Renewable Power Generation
5:00 Cleantech Ventures Water
6:00 Cleantech Showcase & Reception: Initiatives, IP, and Funding

Thursday May 24, 2007

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

8:30 Cleantech Keynotes
10:30 Energy Efficiency Wind Energy Photovoltaics
12:00 Cleantech Networking Lunch
1:30 Electrical Power Grid Reduced Footprint Fuel Cells
3:00 Transportation Cleantech Initiatives Cleantech: Fuels
4:00 Closing Reception
 

Program Sessions

 

Monday May 21

7:00 Registration
8:30 Nanotech Conference Opening & Keynotes
 

Tuesday May 22

7:00 TUESDAY - Registration
 

Wednesday May 23

8:20 Cleantech 2007 Opening & Keynotes
10:30 Cleantech & Sustainable Industries: Corporate Interests 
11:10 Cleantech & Sustainable Industries: Corporate & Investment Interests 
12:00 Cleantech Lunch - Expo Hall
1:30 Cleantechnology & Sustainable Industries: Investment Panel
1:00 Cleantechnology & Sustainable Industries: Policy Panel
2:30 Successful Private Equity & Venture Capital Funding for Early Stage Companies : Panel
2:00 Cleantech Posters & Expo
 Bio Energy: Posters
 Cleantech Fuels: Posters
 Cleantech Emissions & Pollution: Posters
 Environmental Cleantech: Posters
 Novel Clean Technologies: Posters
 Renewable Energy: Posters
 Traditional Industries: Posters
 Cleantech Business, Investment & Licensing: Posters
 Government & Industry Policy: Posters
 Industry Specific Needs: Posters
2:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: TechConnect: Highlighted Presentations (Videos)
3:30 Cleantech: Renewable Power Generation
3:30 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Energy 1
3:30 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Materials & Applications
5:00 Cleantech: Water
5:00 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Energy 2
5:00 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Sustainables, Efficiencies, Fuels
 

Thursday May 24

8:30 Cleantech 2007 Keynotes
10:30 Cleantech: Energy Efficiency
10:30 Cleantech: Wind Energy
10:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: Photovoltaics
12:00 Cleantech Lunch - Upper Terrace
1:20 Cleantech: Business and Development Initiatives
2:00 Cleantech: Electric Power Grid
1:30 Cleantech: Reduced Footprint
1:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: Fuel Cells
3:00 TechConnect: Cleantech: Sustainable & Clean Technologies: Energy & Materials
3:30 Cleantech: Transportation
3:30 Cleantech: Fuels
 

Cleantech Program

 

Monday May 21

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7:00 RegistrationMain Lobby
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8:30 Nanotech Conference Opening & KeynotesGrand Ballroom
 Session chair: Bart Romanowicz, NSTI, Andreas Wild, Freescale Semiconductors
8:30 How the US Can Ensure Energy Supply for the Future
J. Hofmeister, Shell Oil, US (bio)
9:10 National Nanotech Initiative and Industrial Nanotechnology Impact
A.H. Carim, Co-Chair, Nanoscale Science and Engineering Technology, Subcommittee, National Science & Technology Council, U.S. Department of Energy, US (bio)
 
 

 

Tuesday May 22

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7:00 TUESDAY - RegistrationMain Lobby
 

Wednesday May 23

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8:20 Cleantech 2007 Opening & KeynotesTheater
 Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI & Kitu Bindra, Buchanan Ingersoll
8:20 Cleantech 2007 Welcome
D. Laird, Sandia National Laboratories, US
8:30 Cleantech Futures
V. Khosla, Khosla Ventures, US (bio)
9:15 CleanTech Needs and Solutions for the Electric Power Sector
H. Courtright, Electric Power Research Institute, US (bio)
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10:30 Cleantech & Sustainable Industries: Corporate InterestsTheater
 Session chair: Regina Ramazzini, CSTI, US
10:30 GE Energy - Ecomagination
K. Brass, General Electric, US
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11:10 Cleantech & Sustainable Industries: Corporate & Investment InterestsTheater
 Session chair: Dallas Kachan, Inside Greentech
- S. Venkatesh, Omron, US (bio)
- J. Sylvia, Texas Pacific Group, US
- H. Ibe, Toshiba, JP
- L. Norman, Halliburton, US
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12:00 Cleantech Lunch - Expo HallExhibit Hall
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1:30 Cleantechnology & Sustainable Industries: Investment PanelTheater
 Session chair: Nick Parker, Cleantech Venture Network
- P. Danielson, MMA Renewable Ventures, US
- J. Andrews, Atlas Ventures, US
- R. Rothrock, Venrock, US
- N. Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures, US
- R. Atluru, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
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1:00 Cleantechnology & Sustainable Industries: Policy PanelRoom 210
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
- W. Pulling, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, US
- D. Kammen, Goldman School for Public Policy, UC Berkeley, US
- B. Machol, EPA, US
- G. Sterzinger,  Renewable Energy Policy Project, US
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2:30 Successful Private Equity & Venture Capital Funding for Early Stage Companies : PanelRoom 204
 Session chair: Tom Rosenbloom, Foley and Lardner, US
- J. Fonstad, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
- N. Kane, Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc., US
- E. Burnett, Applied NanoWorks, US
- R. Serrato, Tokyo Electron Venture Capital, US
- T. Rosenbloom, Foley & Lardner LLP, US
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2:00 Cleantech Posters & ExpoExhibit Hall C
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Bio Energy: PostersExhibit Hall
- Energy balance development in a cogeneration with biogas for H2 production by catalytic reforming.
I.P. Hernández Rosales, A. Fernández Madrigal, L. García Serrano, UNAM, MX
- Perspectives for anaerobic waste treatment using dry fermentation (System BEKON) to reduce CO2 emissions illustrated by the practical example of the island of Phu Quoc / S.R.Vietnam
M. Wittmaier, S. Langer, M. Schädlich, D.N. Quynh, N.D. Cuong, B. Bilitewski, P. Werner, H. Wiesmeth, A. Karragiannidis, Institute for recycling and enviromental protection, DE
- An Effective and Low Cost Platinum Electrode for Microbial Fuel Cells
H. Park, D. Perello, U. Mushtaq, I. Lee, A. Star and M. Yun, University of Pittsburgh, US
- Meeting the demand for agricultural-based biofuel feedstocks
T. Todaro, Scoville PR for Targeted Growth, US
- Efficiency is the Key Factor in the Replacement of Fossil Fuels With Biofuels
R. Cage, none listed, US
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Cleantech Fuels: PostersExhibit Hall
- Extracting unburnt coal from black coal fly ash
M. Kusnierova, P. Fecko, Slovac Academy of Science, SK
- Bacterial desulphurization of brown coals
P. Fecko, M. Kusnierova, M. Safarova, V. Cablik, VSB-TU Ostrava, CZ
- Ion conducting solid electrolytes based on nanostrutured polymers
T. Phan, R. Bouchet, M. Robinet and D. Bertin, Université de Provence, FR
- Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Phosphosilicate Membranes for Medium Temperature H2/O2 Fuel Cells
M. Mika, B. Klapste, M. Paidar, K. Bouzek, J. Vondrak, Institute of Chemical Technology, CZ
- Enhanced Water Management with Electroosmotic Pumps for PEM Fuel Cells
S. Litster, C.R. Buie, T. Fabian, J.K. Eaton and J.G. Santiago, Stanford University, US
- Improvement of hydrogenation kinetics and catalytic effects of TiCl3 and TiO2 on MgH2 with LiH metal hydride synthesized by high energy ball milling
K_S. Jung, G_J. Lee, K_S. Lee, Hanyang University, KR
- Hydrogen Generation via Water Electrolysis Using Highly Efficient Nanometal Electrodes
R.B. Dopp and K. McGrath, DoppStein Enterprises/QuantumSphere, Inc., US
- Production of hydrogen from methanol over high active Cu/ZnO catalysts promoted by ceria
L.C. Chung and C.T. Yeh, National Tsinghua University, TW
- Investigation of the hydrogen powered engine
A.J. Jin and F.M. Larsen, Hoda Global Company, US
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Cleantech Emissions & Pollution: PostersExhibit Hall
- Development of Functionally Graded SiC-Based
T. Gerdes and M. Willert-Porada, University of Bayreuth, DE
- Electron Induced Destruction of Organic Air Pollutants in Waste Air Streams
A.L. Testoni, J. Shi and T. Hafford, Advanced Electron Beams, Inc., US
- Study on non-Freon air cooling system using water refrigerant
A. Sugawara, S. Nakamikawa, M. Kageyama, S. Yamazaki, N. Abe, T. Itou, A. Tsurumaki and K. Kawasaki, Niigata University, JP
- Opportunities and Obstacles for “Clean” Advanced Automotive Technologies
A.E. Mascarin, IBIS Associates, Inc., US
- Simulation of Oxygen Delignification in an Existing Bleaching Plant for Waste Minimization
I. Dogan, G.A. Guruz, Faculty Member, Prof. Dr., TR
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Environmental Cleantech: PostersExhibit Hall
- Conjugates of Enzyme-Magnetic Nanoparticles for Bioremediation*
Y. Qiang, A. Sharma, A. Paszczynski and D. Meyer, University of Idaho, US
- Recovery of Caustic Soda in Textile Mercerization by Combined Membrane Filtration
J. Yang, C. Park, D. Lee and S. Kim, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology(KITECH), KR
- Study of model contaminants desorption from recycled PET in dry air and nitrogen atmosphere by thermogravimetric analysis
A.S.F. Santos, J.A.M. Agnelli, E.S. Medeiros, E. Corradini, S. Manrich, INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH, BR
- Development of a Mobile Asbestos Decontamination Process
T. Gerdes, A. Rosin, M. Willert-Porada, University of Bayreuth, DE
- Water Sterilization Using Semiconductor-Based Deep Ultraviolet Light Sources
O. Bilenko, Yu. Bilenko, I. Shturm, A. Lunev and R. Gaska, Optoelectronic Products Manager, US
- Serpentine Fluidic Structures for Particle Separation
A.S. Kole, M.H. Lean, J. Seo, Palo Alto Research Center Inc, US
- Sorption of Ethylbenzene, Toluene and Xylene onto Crumb Rubber from Aqueous Solutions
L.A. Alamo-Nole, F. Roman and O. Perales-Perez, UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO AT MAYAGUEZ, PR
- Degradation kinetics for blue acid 9 dye by advanced oxidization process with TiO2/uv
J.A. Cortés, M.T. Alarcón-Herrera, M. Villicaña-Méndez, J. González-Hernández, J.F. Pérez-Robles, Advanced Materials Research Center (CIMAV), MX
- Life Cycle Assessment of a company: e-tool to quantify the environmental performances
Y. Loerincik, Y. Wenger, M. Margni and O. Jolliet, Ecointesys - Life Cycle Systems, CH
- Sustainability in Design Argumentation (SDA)
S. Petersen, Stanford Univ, US
- From Climate Crisis to Cleantech Success
K. Skierka, Bite Communications, US
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Novel Clean Technologies: PostersExhibit Hall
- Influence of Morphology on Hydroxyapatite Surface Functionalization
A.N. Vasiliev, E. Zlotnikov, J.G. Khinast and R.E. Riman, Rutgers University, US
- Nano-structures materials for Energy Direct Conversion and Fuel Breeding
L. Popa-Simil, LAVM Llc., US
- Development of Ecobinders Using Technical Lignins Modified by Laccases
G. Sena-Martins and J. Cardoso-Duarte, INETI, PT
- Building Green with Nanotechnology
G. Elvin, Green Technology Forum, US
- Self-Cleaning and Antipolluting Properties of Tio2-Containing Cementitious Materials
M.V. Diamanti, M.F. Brunella, MP. Pedeferri, C. Pirotta, P. Manzocchi, S. Curtoni, Politecnico di Milano, IT
- Nanocrystalline Sorbents for Removal of Pollutants From Combustion and Fuel Gases
S. Winecki, NanoScale Corporation, US
- Microwave Assist Technology and the Mixed Oxide Method for Producing Nano Barium Titanate
H.S. Shulman, M. Fall, S. Allan, Ceralink Inc., US
- Seldon’s Adaptable Water Purifiers™ - A Responsive Design with Multi-removal Capabilities
A. Cummings, CEO, US
- Heat is the Enemy of Energy Efficiency
D. Forder and P. Fox, TAG Technology, US
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Renewable Energy: PostersExhibit Hall
- Characterization of Ru-Ir-O electrocatalyst powders for anode reaction in SPE
L. Morales S., G. Alonso, G. Orozco, A. Fernandez and L.G. Arriaga, UNAM, MX
- Photoreduction of NAD(P) by activated dye molecule-DNA monolayer
S. Nokhrin, S. Gaballah, J.S. Lee, University of Saskatchewan, CA
- Amorphous Diamond Solar Cells
J.C. Sung, M-C. Kan, T-J. Hsiao and M. Sung, KINIK Company, TW
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Traditional Industries: PostersExhibit Hall
- Clean Technology & Sustainable Design Applied to the New York State Alternative Fuel Vehicle Research Laboratory (AFVRL)
J. Ostafi and D. Sereno, Flad & Associates, US
- The Design and Fabrication of Reflector Array for Multi- Chip LED Lamp
H. Jeong, B. Jung, S. Han, E. Song, S. Park and J. Lee, Koera Institute of Energy Research, KR
- Becoming Clean, Lean and Green: A Case Study of the Trillion Dollar Electronics Industry
H. Stone and D. Purpura, GoodBye Chain Group, US
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Cleantech Business, Investment & Licensing: PostersExhibit Hall
- Indispensable Tips for IP Savvy VC’s
M. Messinger, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C., US
- Innovation directions in Bio Energy and Renewable Energy sectors
M. Kayat and C. Klick, UTEK Corporation, US
- Advancing CleanTech: University Technology Transfer
L.R. Mejia, Stanford University, US
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Government & Industry Policy: PostersExhibit Hall
- Business Opportunities for Foreign Companies in the German Renewable Energy Market
P. Kunze, N. Dobrott, IIC, Inc., US
- Policies for environmentally beneficial nanotechnologies
B. Walsh, L. Evans, T. Crichton and N. Morley, Oakdene Hollins Ltd, UK
- Good Policy Makes for Good Business - and Visa Versa
B. Cinnamon, Akeena Solar, US
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Industry Specific Needs: PostersExhibit Hall
- Harnessing the power of the sun, the wind…and the media? Why cleantech companies need to innovate both in the lab and in their communications.
M. Allison, Waggener Edstrom, US
- Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization in Ohio
D.M. Giolando, R. Collins, R.J. Davis, Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization (PVIC), US
- Introduction to the Natural Gas Industry and the Impact of Nanotechnology on It
S.F. Takach, Gas Technology Institute, US
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2:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: TechConnect: Highlighted Presentations (Videos)Exhibit Hall
2:30 New Energy Technology and the Clean Economy of the Future
J. McNerney, United States Congress, US (bio)
2:45 How the US Can Ensure Energy Supply for the Future
J. Hofmeister, Shell Oil, US
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3:30 Cleantech: Renewable Power GenerationRoom 210
 Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
3:30 Wind Energy: Global and U.S. Outlook
D. Laird, Sandia National Laboratories, US
4:00 Clean Geothermal Power and UTC's Low Temperature PureCycle® Power System
H. Dickey, UTC Power, US
4:30 Solar Overview
B. Cinnamon, Akeena Solar, US
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3:30 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Energy 1Room 203
 Session chair: Matthew Denesuk, IBM
3:30 Mexel USA
M. Wolter Glass, Mexel USA, US
3:40 GreenVolts, Inc.
B. Cart, GreenVolts, Inc., US
3:50 Sopogy, Inc.
D. Kimura, Sopogy, Inc., US
4:00 Power of Minus 9
B. Oster, Power of Minus 9, US
4:10 Advanced Energy Products Corp.
M. Berman, Advanced Energy Products Corp., US
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3:30 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Materials & ApplicationsRoom 204
 Session chair: Neil Cameron, Emerald Technology Ventures, US
3:30 Powdermet Inc
A. Sherman, Powdermet Inc, US
3:40 ChromoGenics Sweden AB
L-O. Bäckman, ChromoGenics Sweden AB, SE
3:50 NanoDynamics
M. Modzelewski, NanoDynamics, US
4:00 TAG Technology
P. Fox, TAG Technology, US
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5:00 Cleantech: WaterRoom 210
 Session chair: Nitin Parekh, PARC, US
5:00 Energy-Water Interdependencies
R. Pate, Sandia National Laboratories, US
5:30 MicroBeads Technology - A Fundamental Breakthrough for Effective Destruction of Contaminants in Water Resources
F. Shirazi, J. Brackin, Microvi Biotech LLC, US
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5:00 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Energy 2Room 203
 Session chair: Marie Miglin, Shell Global Solutions, US
5:00 Sunlight Direct
J. Morris, Sunlight Direct, US
5:10 Puget Sound Tidal Power LLC
W.B. Hamner, Puget Sound Tidal Power LLC, US
5:20 Gold Star Biodiesel Ltd.
C.V. Fishel, Gold Star Biodiesel Ltd., US
5:30 Nano Bonus
W. Gears, Nano Bonus, US
5:40 Ubiquitous Technologies
M. Perales, Ubiquitous Technologies, US
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5:00 Cleantech Ventures & Partnering: Sustainables, Efficiencies, FuelsRoom 204
 Session chair: Wilmer Hale
5:00 Digital Solid State Propulsion LLC
W. Sawka, Digital Solid State Propulsion LLC, US
5:10 Microstaq Inc
S. Kumar, Microstaq Inc, US
5:20 Nila Inc. Environmentally Sustainable Lighting
J. Sanfilippo, Nila Inc. Environmentally Sustainable Lighting, US
5:30 Aphios Corporation
T. Castor, Aphios Corporation, US
5:40 Nobska Technologies, Inc.
P. O'Regan, Nobska Technologies, Inc., US
 
 

 

Thursday May 24

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8:30 Cleantech 2007 KeynotesRooms 203-204
 Session chair: Wade Adams, Rice University, US
8:30 Helios Project: Cleantech
P. Alivisatos, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US (bio)
9:10 Past Mainstream: What’s Next for Clean Technologies and How to Get There Quickly
L. Dubois, SRI International, US (bio)
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10:30 Cleantech: Energy EfficiencyRoom 203
 Session chair: Ben Finkelor, UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center
- J. Kunhart, American River Ventures, US
- D. Clark, IBM Venture Capital, US
- G. Brady, Siemens Corporation, US
- D. Lawson, Inquity Software, US
- P. Van Deventer, SynapSense, US
- J. Livingston, PG&E, US
- D. Berokoff, Sempra Utilities, US
- J. Parks, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, US
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10:30 Cleantech: Wind EnergyRoom 210
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
10:30 Wind Technology Status and Research at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jim Johnson, National Renewable Laboratory, US
11:00 Wind Energy Research at Sandia National Laboratories
T. Ashwill, Sandia National Laboratories, US
11:30 Challenges and Innovations in Wind Energy
C.P. van Dam, University of California, Davis, US
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10:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: PhotovoltaicsRoom 204
 Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
10:30 Photvoltaics & Novel Sources: Introduction
L. Tsakalakos, General Electric - Global Research Center, US
10:50 Nanostructured Photovoltaic Materials
E.S. Aydil, University of Minnesota, US
11:10 Increasing efficiency of photovoltaics via surface plasmon polariton scattering effects in metallic nanostructures
E.T. Yu, University of California, San Diego, US
11:30 Bulk Heterojunction Organic-Inorganic Photovoltaic Cell Based on Doped Silicon Nanowires
G. Goncher, L. Noice and R. Solanki, Portland State University, US
11:50 Nanostructured Organic-Inorganic Solar Cells
M. McGehee, V. Gowrishankar, S. Scully, A. Mayer, M. Rowell, M. Topinka, Stanford University, US
12:10 Molecular Building Blocks for Efficient Solid State Lighting
P.E. Burrows and L.S. Sapochak, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
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12:00 Cleantech Lunch - Upper TerraceTerrace
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1:20 Cleantech: Business and Development InitiativesRoom 203
 Session chair: Kitu Bindra, Buchanan Ingersoll
1:20 Green Chemistry: Advances in Sustainability through Innovation
R.E. Engler, US EPA, US
1:40 Renewable Energy Opportunities in Ontario
A. Taylor, Ogilvy Renault LLP, CA
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2:00 Cleantech: Electric Power GridRoom 203
 Session chair: Wade Adams, Rice University, US
2:00 Technology Solutions for Energy: Challenges and Solutions for the Power Grid
W. Adams, Rice University, US (bio)
2:30 Upgrading the Electrical Transmission Grid Using High Efficiency ACCC Conductor
D. Bryant, E. Bosze, Composite Technology Corporation, US
2:50 Delivering Visible Returns to the Cleantech Market
C. Beekhuis, Fat Spaniel Technologies, US
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1:30 Cleantech: Reduced FootprintRoom 204
 Session chair: Dan Laird, Sandia National Labs, US
1:30 Current Issues and Future Technical Challenges for Energy Production from a Global Service Company Perspective
L. Norman and R. Sweatman, Halliburton, US
2:00 Waste Gasification: A Triple Play Opportunity
B. Davis, Ze-gen, US
2:30 Cleantech Impact on Building and Construction
G. Elvin, Ball State University, US
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1:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: Fuel CellsGrand Ballroom A
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, Spectra, US
1:30 Dynamics of Water in Nafion Fuel Cell Membranes: the Effects of Confinement and Structural Changes on the Hydrogen Bonding Network
D.E. Moilanen, I.R. Piletic and M.D. Fayer, Stanford University, US
1:50 Determination of Pore Size Distribution of Nafion/Sulfated beta-Cyclodextrin
J.-D. Jeon, B.H. Lee and S.-Y. Kwak, Seoul National Univesity, KR
2:10 Hydroxyapatite-imidazole-polymer composite films as a proton conductor under no humidified condition
H. Tsutsumi and Y. Hisha, Yamaguchi University, JP
2:30 Block Copolymer Directed Nanocomposites for Fuel Cell Applications
T. Dermis, S. Mayavan, N.K. Dutta, N.R. Choudhury and S. Holdcroft, University of South Australia, AU
2:50 Microbial Fuel Cell
M. Willert-Porada, K. Lorenz, R. Freitag, V. Jerome, S. Peiffer, University of Bayreuth, DE
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3:00 TechConnect: Cleantech: Sustainable & Clean Technologies: Energy & MaterialsRoom 207
 Session chair: Wilmer Hale
3:00 Air-stable Inorganic Nanocrystal Solar Cells Processed from Solution
I. Gur, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US
3:10 Invisible Interrogators
P. Kuniyil, Nanoinnoway, Inc., US
3:20 Hybrid substrates for low cost solid state lighting applications
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (ASU), US
3:30 Proton Conductor
I. Gangas, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NO
3:40 Synthesis of non-toxic, UV absorbing White-light emitting nanoparticles
P. Kuniyil, Nanoinnoway, Inc., US
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3:30 Cleantech: TransportationRoom 210
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron, US
3:30 Clean Fuels/Alternate Fuels
M. Jackson, TIAX, US
3:50 Batteries and Clean Cars
S. Kumar, Nanoexa, US
4:10 PM Advanced Engine Technologies
J. Reed, Omnitek Corp, US
4:30 AM Fuel Cells
S. Unnasch, TIAX, US
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3:30 Cleantech: FuelsRoom 204
 Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
3:30 Biofuels Overview
L. Morgenthaler-Jones, LiveFuels, US
3:50 Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Tomorrows Biorefinery for the Production of Biofuels
T. French, R. Hernandez, J. Hall, A. Mondala, M. White and M. Bricka, Mississippi State University, US
4:10 Integrated Multistage Supercritical Technology to Produce High Quality Vegetable Oil and Biofuels
G. Anitescu, A. Deshpande, P.A. Rice and L.L. Tavlarides, Syracuse University, US
4:30 8nm cerium oxide as a fuel additive for fuel consumption and emissions reduction
G. Wakefield and M. Gardener, Oxonica Materials Ltd, UK
 
 

Cleantech Venture & Partnering Participants Include

  • 10x Technology
  • Advanced Energy Products Corp.
  • Aphios Corporation
  • cambridge nanotech inc
  • CellTech Power LLC
  • ChromoGenics Sweden AB
  • Digital Solid State Propulsion LLC
  • Digital Sun
  • DNAin Composites
  • Gold Star Biodiesel Ltd.
  • GreenVolts, Inc.
  • InterCrossIP Management LLC
  • Mexel USA
  • Microstaq Inc
  • Nano Bonus
  • NanoDynamics
  • Nila Inc. Environmentally Sustainable Lighting
  • Nobska Technologies, Inc.
  • Ocean NanoTech, LLC
  • PML- Innovative Particle-Monitoring Technologies
  • Powdermet Inc
  • Prism Solar Technologies Inc.
  • Puget Sound Tidal Power LLC
  • R&D Power Engineering Institute
  • Reinforced Polymers Inc
  • Solergy
  • Sopogy, Inc.
  • Sunlight Direct
  • TAG Technology
  • Ubiquitous Technologies
  • Zikon Inc.
 

Cleantech Business & Technology Participants Include (over 100 presentations)

  • Ceralink Inc.
  • Clemson University
  • Composite Technology Corporation
  • QuantumSphere, Inc.
  • Denmark Cleantech
  • EPRI
  • Flad & Associates
  • Gas Technology Institute
  • General Electric - Global Research Center
  • Hampton University
  • Hoda Global Company
  • IBIS Associates, Inc.
  • Akeena Solar
  • KINIK Company
  • Koera Institute of Energy Research
  • Korea Institute of Industrial Technology(KITECH)
  • KPCB Ventures
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Mississippi State University
  • National Tsinghua University
  • Ogilvy Renault LLP
  • Omron
  • Oxonica Materials Ltd
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Palo Alto Research Center
  • Politecnico di Milano
  • Portland State University
  • Rice University
  • Rutgers University
  • Sandia National Lab
  • Seoul National Univesity
  • SRI International
  • Stanford University
  • Syracuse University
  • Texas Pacific Group
  • Texas Transportation Institute
  • TIAX
  • Toshiba
  • United States Water and Power
  • Université de Provence
  • University of Bayreuth
  • University of California, Davis
  • University of California, San Diego
  • University of Idaho
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Puerto Rico
  • University of Saskatchewan
  • University of South Australia
  • US EPA
  • Venrock Associates
  • Waggener Edstrom
  • Wavefront Energy and Environmental Services Inc.
  • Yamaguchi University
  • Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives (ZERI) Foundation
 

Cleantech registration includes access to 2007 : Nanotech, Nanotech Ventures, IP Showcase and Expo.

  • Nano Impact Workshop: Sunday May 20 (additional registration required)
  • Nanotech 2007: Monday May 21 — Thursday May 24
  • Cleantech 2007: Wednesday May 23 — Thursday May 24
  • Cleantech 2007: Wednesday May 23 — Thursday May 24