Clean Technology 2008

Clean Technology 2008 Program

Program At-a-Glance

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Symposium Sessions

 

Monday June 2

8:30 Keynotes: Nanotech & Cleantech
10:00 Expo Coffee Break 10:00 - 11:30
11:00 Nano & Clean Technologies - Symbiotic Edge of Innovation
10:30 Energy - Water Nexus
10:30 Bio Energy: Bio Fuel Sources
10:30 Green Buildings & Construction - 1
10:30 Green Chemistry
12:00 EXPO Hall Lunch 12:00 - 1:30
1:00 BP Alternative Energy
1:40 Water Clean Technologies
1:40 Bio Energy: Cases, Economics & Policy - 1
1:40 Green Buildings & Construction - 2
1:40 Smart Grid: Energy Transmission
1:40 Efficiency: Energy Management Systems
2:00 IEEE Cookie Break (2:00 - 4:00), Booth 803
3:30 Clean Break
4:00 Water Clean Technologies
4:00 Smart Grid: Building the Smart Grid
4:00 Fuel Cell Technologies
4:00 Sustainable and Clean Industrial Practices and Studies
4:00 Renewables: Wind & Geothermal
4:00 Bio Energy: Novel Processes
5:00 Swiss Reception: Swissnanotech pavilion on Monday, June 2nd, 5:00-6:30pm
5:30 Renewable Energy Business Network - Reception
 

Tuesday June 3

8:30 Keynotes: Clean Technology
9:30 Keynotes: TechConnect
10:00 EXPO Hall Coffee Break 10:00 - 11:00
10:30 Bio Energy: Advancing Sustainable Biofuel Production and Application
10:30 Green Buildings & Construction - 3
10:30 Hydrogen Technologies - 1
10:30 Clean Tech Commercialization Initiatives
10:30 Clean Tech Transportation
11:00 Solar Energy: TechConnect IP
11:00 Storage, Fuels & Transportation: TechConnect IP
12:00 Early Stage Funding Primer Lunch Panel, Complimentary - Limited Seating, 12:00 - 1:00
1:30 IP Protection and Commercialization
1:30 Advanced Energy Consortium - Nanotech in Energy RFP
1:30 Bio Energy: Biorenewable Feedstocks
1:30 Photovoltaics: Technology & Applications
1:30 Hydrogen Technologies - 2
1:30 Renewable Energy Project Finance
1:30 Sustainable and Clean Industrial Practices and Studies
1:30 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 2
2:00 Cookie Break, Registration Hall (2:00 - 4:00)
3:30 Environmental Clean Technology
3:30 Transportation Clean Technology
3:30 Photovoltaics: New Materials: Clean: Nano
3:30 Fuels, Power, Fuel Cells: Ventures
3:30 Nano Materials: Ventures
5:00 Renewables & Water: Ventures
5:00 Bio & Waste Energy: Ventures
6:00 Showcase - Nano & Clean Reception 6:00 - 7:30 (list at time of publication)
 

Wednesday June 4

8:30 Keynotes: Clean Technology
9:30 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 3
10:30 Energy Efficiency: Procurement Stategies for the public and private sectors
10:30 Traditional Energy Clean Technology
10:30 Clean Technology Growth Capital
11:00 Water & Efficiency: TechConnect IP
11:00 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells: TechConnect IP
11:00 Chemical & Material: TechConnect IP
1:00 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 4
1:30 Energy Legislation/Environmental Issues
1:30 Clean Technology Growth Capital 2008
2:00 MIT Enterprise Forum - Finalists (program to be announced on-site)
3:00 Solar: Clean Business and Investment
4:30 Energy Harvesting and Storage
4:30 Photovoltaics: Processing Technologies
4:30 Bio Energy: Algae for Energy
4:30 Fuel Cell Technologies
4:00 Power, Lighting, Display: Ventures
5:30 Solar: Ventures
5:30 Novel Materials: Ventures
5:30 Poster Session and Reception, Clean and Nano 5:30 - 7:30
 Photovoltaics
 Renewables
 Energy Storage & Transmission
 Energy Technologies & Applications: Nano: Clean
 Bio Energy
 Environmental Cleantech
 Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies
 Water Clean Technologies
 Sustainable & Clean Technology Initiatives
 Green Buildings & Construction
 Transportation Clean Technology
 

Thursday June 5

 

Symposium Program

 

Monday June 2

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8:30 Keynotes: Nanotech & CleantechExhibit Hall D
8:30 Welcome
P. Glaza, Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization, US
8:40 TBA
J. Inslee, U.S. Congress, 1st Congressional District Washington, US
9:20 It’s a Nano World
R.O. Johnson - CTO, Lockheed Martin Corporation, US
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10:00 Expo Coffee Break 10:00 - 11:30Exhibit Hall C
 Session chair: Sponsored by IDA Ireland, Booth 4
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11:00 Nano & Clean Technologies - Symbiotic Edge of InnovationRoom 209
 Session chair: Lynn Foster and Chinh Pham, Greenburg Traurig
- D. Prend, Rockport Capital, US
- D. Henderson, XPV Capital, US
- P. Antoinette, Nanocomp Technologies, CEO, US
- C. Daniell, DARPA, US
- J. Palmer, Vanguard Solar, US
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10:30 Energy - Water NexusRoom 309
 Session chair: Joshua Dickinson WateReuse Foundation
10:30 Climate Change and Water Resources
R.C. Renner, Awwa Research Foundation, US
10:50 Planning for Carbon-neutral Seawater Desalination in Carlsbad, California
N. Voutchkov, Poseidon Resources, US
11:10 Renewable Energy Matched for Water Treatment
J. Larson, HDR ONE COMPANY, US
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10:30 Bio Energy: Bio Fuel SourcesRoom 310
 Session chair: Jay Kipper, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT Austin, US
10:30 Changing Roles: Cultivating Perennial Weeds vs. Conventional Crops for Bio-energy Production. The Case of Cynara cardunculus
N.G. Danalatos, University of Thessaly, GR
10:50 Direct Injection of Flue Gas into Coal Seams for Carbon Storage and Methane Production
S. Jewell, Composite Energy Ltd, UK
11:10 Clean Waste Tech: Anaerobic Composting in Bioreactor Landfills
D. Augenstein, J. Benemann and R. Yazdani, IEM, Inc., US
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10:30 Green Buildings & Construction - 1Room 313
 Session chair: George Elvin, Greentech Forum, US
10:30 Photoactive and coloured anodic oxides on titanium for architectural and design applications
M.V. Diamanti, B. Del Curto, M. Ormellese, MP. Pedeferri, Politecnico di Milano, IT
10:50 Design and Development of a Large-Scale Compressed Earth Block Building System for Developed Countries
D. Tate, A. Ertas, T. Maxwell, K. Park, W. Lawson, Texas Tech University, US
11:10 Green Affordable Housing: Rounding the First Turn
M. Colgrove, L. Falk, S. Allen, M. Lorentzen, T. Rooney, TRC, US
11:30 A Hybrid Approach to Carbon Reductions in Existing Homes: Deep Efficiency and Renewables
B. Knox, GreenHomes America, US
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10:30 Green ChemistryRoom 308
 Session chair: Rafal Romanowicz, CTSI, CH
10:30 Clean Hydrogen Peroxide Synthesis via a Nanocatalyst Process
B. Zhou, Headwaters Technology Innovation, US
10:50 Green Chemistry: Steps on the Pathway to Sustainability
R.E. Engler, US EPA, US
11:10 Low-Energy, Solventless Coating Processes
H.P. Lewis, GVD Corporation, US
11:30 Biodegradable polymers from whey
L.S. Serafim, P.C. Lemos, M.A. Prieto, M.A.M. Reis, FCT/UNL, PT
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12:00 EXPO Hall Lunch 12:00 - 1:30Exhibit Hall C
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1:00 BP Alternative EnergyRoom 312
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
1:00 Venturing in Alternative Energy at BP
I. Dairanieh, Beyond Petroleum, US
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1:40 Water Clean TechnologiesRoom 311
 Session chair: Nitin Parekh, PARC, US
1:40 Water Sustainability – Past the “tipping-Point” and looking ahead
T. Rooney, Insituform Technologies, US
2:05 Investing in the New Water Economy
D. Henderson, XPV Capital, US
2:30 Water Utility Drivers
M. LeChevallier, American Water, US
2:50 Source to Use for Industrial Applications
A. Zaske, GE Water, US
3:10 Membrane-less Filtration for Conventional Potable Utility Applications
M. Lean, PARC, US
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1:40 Bio Energy: Cases, Economics & Policy - 1Room 308
 Session chair: Mike Nasi, Jackson Walker, US
1:40 Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Hydrocarbons
R.D. Cortright, Virent Energy Systems, US
2:00 Cellulosic Ethanol: Ready for Prime Time?
J. Huttner, Genencor International, US
2:20 Analysis of the US Fuel Ethanol Industry and Market Expectations
A. Wiselogel, J. Kistner, K. Althoff, BBI International, US
2:40 Nanotechnology and the Brazilian Bioethanol Program
C. Silva, Sandy Bay Consulting Ltd, BR
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1:40 Green Buildings & Construction - 2Room 313
 Session chair: George Elvin, Greentech Forum, US
1:40 Environmentally Intelligent Integral Waterproofing and Corrosion Protection for Concrete
S. Veramallay, T. Horan, Hycrete, Inc., US
2:00 So You Want to Replace Your PVC
S.E. Gibb, E.J. Beckman, University of Pittsburgh, US
2:20 SITumbra – Energy Efficient Structurally Integrated Transparent Shaded Façade System
H. Giles, University of Michigan, US
2:40 EarthCo Building Systems
L. Williamson, EarthCo Building Systems, Inc., US
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1:40 Smart Grid: Energy TransmissionRoom 309
 Session chair: Andres Carvallo, Austin Energy, US
1:40 Laying the Groundwork: Lessons Learned from the Telecommunications Industry for Distributed Generation
A. Wise, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
2:00 Impact of Biomass Based Distributed Generation on Electric Grid
A.A. Kumar, A.R. Masannagari, A.K. Srivastava, N.N. Schulz, Mississippi State University, US
2:20 Intelligent Electrical Energy Demand Management
K. Ashton, EnerNOC, US
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1:40 Efficiency: Energy Management SystemsRoom 305
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron
- Energy Efficient Technologies for Heating and Cooling
W. Beeton, Emerson Climate Technologies, US
- Strategies for Greener Datacenters
T. Ryan, Sun Microsystems Inc., US
- Power and Cooling for a Sustainable Data Center
H. Wong, Intel, US
- Batteryless Radio Sensors Enable Intelligent Green Buildings
V. Koenig, EnOcean, US
- TBAN. Kaufman, Ardour Capital Investments, US
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2:00 IEEE Cookie Break (2:00 - 4:00), Booth 803Exhibit Hall C
 Session chair: Sponsored by IEEE
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3:30 Clean BreakThird Floor Hallway
 Session chair: Sponsored by IDA Ireland, Booth 4
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4:00 Water Clean TechnologiesRoom 311
 Session chair: Nitin Parekh, PARC, US
4:00 DARPA Interest in Water Desalination and Decontamination
C. Daniell, DARPA, US
4:20 Low Energy Consumption SWRO
R.L. Stover, Energy Recovery Inc., US
4:40 Paradigmatic shift in wastewater treatment - decentralization of industrial wastewater
S. Nøhr Bak, Grundfos, DK
5:00 Most Sustainable Household Water Purification System: Breakthrough Results and Analysis
H.K. Pokharel, Solutions Benefiting Life, US
5:20 Smart Water Management
C. Spain, Hydropoint, US
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4:00 Smart Grid: Building the Smart GridRoom 310
 Session chair: Andres Carvallo, Austin Energy, US
- M.J. Carlson, Xcel Energy, US
- J. Osborne, Thomas Weisel Partners, US
- C. Hickman, Site Controls, US
- D. Kopans, Fat Spaniel, US
- L. Szablya, GridPoint, US
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4:00 Fuel Cell TechnologiesRoom 313
 Session chair: Michael Pratt, BU, US
4:00 In-plane and through-plane electrochemical conductivity and fuel cell performance of thin-film YSZ electrolytes
A.C. Johnson, S. Ramanathan, Harvard University, US
4:20 Continuous Hydrothermal Flow Syntheses of Nanosize Materials Used In Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
X. Weng, J.A. Darr, University College London, UK
4:40 Effects of Spin Coating Catalysts on Micro-Fuel Cells Efficiency
T. Lung, T. Reissman, B. Kirby and E. Garcia, Cornell University, US
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4:00 Sustainable and Clean Industrial Practices and StudiesRoom 309
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron
4:00 “Eco-Friendly” World: Negotiating The Fine Lines Between “Green” Claims and Verification
L.B. Kane, Whole Foods Market, US
4:30 Energy Recovery in Bayer Alumina Calcination
D. Ilievski, P. Hay, G. Mills, G. Bauer, A. Unal, Alcoa, AU
4:50 Innovation through Renewable Energy: a case study of Toyota Motor Sales
M.D. Crowdis, J. Cooke, Toyota and Think Energy, Inc., US
5:10 Energy Efficiency and O&M Cost Reduction Gained by Automatic Tube Cleaning System (ATCS) installation in Oil Refinery Plant: Case Study and Fouling Global Perspectives
Y. Jacobs, CQM Ltd., IL
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4:00 Renewables: Wind & GeothermalRoom 305
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
4:00 Sustainable Energy Opportunities with the Geothermal Continuum
H. Thorsteinsson, C. Augustine, B.J. Anderson, M.C. Moore, P.R. von Rohr, J.W. Tester, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
4:20 Advanced Low-Temperature Geothermal Technology
D. Thomas, Trimodal Group, US
4:40 Expanding the Wind Power Market by Making Wind Dispatchable
D. Marcus, General Compression, US
5:00 Large Scale Integration of Wind Power Generation
P.S. Moura, A.T. Almeida, University of Coimbra, PT
5:20 A New Computational Model for Fluid-Structure Interaction Phenomena in Wind-Turbine Blades
F.L. Ponta, A.D. Otero, L.I. Lago, Michigan Technological University, US
5:40 Architectural/small Wind for the Commercial Markets
J. Guerster, Groom Energy Solutions, US
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4:00 Bio Energy: Novel ProcessesRoom 308
 Session chair: Ron Pate, Sandia National Labs, US
4:00 Nano-docking stations for synfuels catalysts on carbon nanotubes
U.M. Graham, R.A. Khatri, N.J. Coville, A. Dozier, B.H. Davis, University of Kentucky, US
4:20 Complete Microbiological Fuel Cell: A Photosynthetic Cathode Coupled to a Fermentative Anode
E.E. Powell, J.C. Bolster, G.A. Hill, R.W. Evitts, University of Saskatchewan, CA
4:40 Catalytic Cracking Reaction Pathway for Unsaturated Acylglycerides on a Benchmark Catalyst and Commercial Catalysts
T.J. Benson, R. Hernandez, W.T. French, E.E. Alley, W.E. Holmes, Mississippi State University, US
5:00 Bio Mass for CO2 Neutral Steel Production
T. Gerdes, M. Willert-Porada, University of Bayreuth, DE
5:20 Novel Membrane Technology for Green Ethylene Production
U. Balachandran, T.H. Lee, S.E. Dorris, C.G. Scouten, C.L. Marshall, Argonne National Laboratory, US
5:00 Swiss Reception and Presentation: NASA's Phoenix probe landing on Mars with Nanosurf AFM.
D. Ziltener, Swissnanotech Pavillion: Booth No. 911, CH
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5:00 Swiss Reception: Swissnanotech pavilion on Monday, June 2nd, 5:00-6:30pmExhibit Hall C
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5:30 Renewable Energy Business Network - ReceptionRoom 304
 

Tuesday June 3

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8:30 Keynotes: Clean TechnologyRoom 304
 Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI
8:30 Cleantech - Welcome to Massachusetts
I. Bowles, Secretary of Energy & Environmental Affairs, Massachusetts, US
8:40 Future Mobility and Hydrogen
D. Macleod, Shell Hydrogen, US
9:10 Smarter Solutions for Greener Planet
S. Nunes, IBM Big Green Innovations, US
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9:30 Keynotes: TechConnectRoom 306
 Session chair: Allen Dines, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
9:30 TechConnect Welcome
J. Rocha, TechConnect, US
9:40 Kodak - Strategic Technical Interests
B. Johnston, Eastman Kodak, US
10:00 Medtronic - Strategic Technical Interests
S. Audet, Medtronic, US
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10:00 EXPO Hall Coffee Break 10:00 - 11:00Exhibit Hall C
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10:30 Bio Energy: Advancing Sustainable Biofuel Production and ApplicationRoom 311
 Session chair: Ron Pate, Sandia National Labs, US
- P. Bell, Renewable Fuel Products, Inc., US
- R. Putt, Auburn University, US
- B. Raemy, Carbon Capture Corporation, US
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10:30 Green Buildings & Construction - 3Room 309
 Session chair: Joseph Ostafi, FLAD
10:30 Green Chillies: Refrigerant-Free Acoustic Cooling for HVAC&R Applications
J. Corey, P. Spoor, CFIC-Qdrive, US
10:50 New Coating Technology to Inhibit Toxic, Black Mold Growth
F.T. Krotine, S.W.R. Amsey, Ecology Coatings Inc., US
11:10 Cleantech Daylighting Using Smart Glass: A Survey of LEED Accredited Professionals
G.M. Sottile, Research Frontiers Inc., US
11:30 Enviroquip MBR System Helps OHSU Go Platinum
K. Mathis, Enviroquip, a division of Eimco Water Technologies, US
11:50 Cleantech applied to green buildings: 2 USGBC’s LEED® case studies applied to clean energy research facilities
J. Ostafi, Flad Architects, US
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10:30 Hydrogen Technologies - 1Room 310
 Session chair: Rafal Romanowicz, CTSI, CH
10:30 Techno-economic Assessment of Forecourt Hydrogen Production from Natural Gas and Ethanol
M.V. Iyer, K. Kapoun, Shell Global Solutions (US) Inc., US
10:50 Generating Hydrogen on Demand by Splitting Water with Al Rich Alloys
J.M. Woodall, J. Ziebarth, C.R. Allen J. Jeon, G. Choi, Purdue University, US
11:10 Domestic hydrogen production by an integrated biomass gasification/sponge iron process
T. Gerdes, M. Willert-Porada, University of Bayreuth, DE
11:30 Hydrogen Production with CO2 Capture for IGCC Power Plants
C. Evenson, Eltron Research & Development, US
11:50 An Assessment of Renewable Hydrogen Costs, Infrastucture, and Resource Constraints
S. Lasher, M. Marion, M. Kromer, K. Roth, TIAX LLC, US
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10:30 Clean Tech Commercialization InitiativesRoom 308
 Session chair: Ryan Williams, Harvard University Office of Technology Development
10:30 How to Successfully Capitalize on Your Innovations
S.W. Cummings, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, US
10:50 VC Investment Trends in Renewable Energy
D. Englander, Greentech Media, US
11:10 Supporting Early Stage Clean Technology Ventures
A. Barrow, L. Plano, Mass Tech Transfer Center, US
11:30 The Opportunity Continuum: University-Industry Partnerships for Cleantech Investment
A. Peters, University of Colorado at Boulder, US
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10:30 Clean Tech TransportationRoom 313
 Session chair: Bob Wilson, TIAX, US
10:30 Clean Technology at Honda
N. Sugimoto, Honda Motor Corporation, US
11:00 Clean Vehicle Technology at Chrysler LLC
D. Morrissett, Chrysler, LLC, US
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11:00 Solar Energy: TechConnect IPRoom 301
 Session chair: Joe Donovan, Wolfblock, US
11:00 Printable/Coatable Organic Solar Cells Using Carbon Nanotubes as Charge Carriers
S. Mitra, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
11:10 High Efficiency Solar Receiver for Industrial Applications
S. Marcus, Yeda Research and Development Co. Ltd., IL
11:20 Metal-Organic Insulator Semiconductor
S. Marcus, Yeda Research and Development Co. Ltd., IL
11:30 Electrostatic printing
R. Detig, Electrox, US
11:40 Photosynthetic Hybrid Photovoltaic Cells
L. Love, Ramot at Tel Aviv University, IL
11:50 Lightanate
F. Haghseresht, UniQuest, AU
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11:00 Storage, Fuels & Transportation: TechConnect IPRoom 303
 Session chair: Dhiraj Malkani, RockPort Capital Partners, US
11:00 Sulfone Based Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (Arizona State University), US
11:10 Lithium-Ion Battery Cathode Materials
K. Arima, University of Waterloo, CA
11:20 Peptide Nano Tubes Depostion for Ultracapacitors
L. Love, Ramot at Tel Aviv University, IL
11:30 Low Cost Transportation of Viscous Oil
D. Leconte, Univalor on behalf of École Polytechnique de Montréal, CA
11:40 Thermotolerant Organisms
S. Marcus, Yeda Research and Development Co. Ltd., IL
11:50 Motor fuels production by cracking of oil fractions using aerosol nanocatalysis
M. Glikin, Science and Technology Center in Ukraine, UA
12:00 Energy Deposition for Aerodynamic Drag Reduction and Flow Control
K. Kremeyer, Physics, Materials, and Applied Mathematics Research, L.L.C., US
12:10 Crumb Rubber Concrete
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (Arizona State University), US
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12:00 Early Stage Funding Primer Lunch Panel, Complimentary - Limited Seating, 12:00 - 1:00Room 312
 Session chair: David Kantaros, Foley & Lardner LLP, US
- S.E. DePasquale, GE Venture Capital, US
- A. Friendly, Advanced Technology Ventures, US
- T. Wilson, RockPort Capital Partners, US
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1:30 IP Protection and CommercializationRoom 205
 Session chair: Joe Donovan, Wolfblock, US
1:30 IP Protection & Commercialization
E. Linek, Banner Witcoff, US
1:50 Nanotechnology patenting at the European Patent Office: Information retrieval, trends and common examination issues
V. Veefkind, G. Lazaridis, C. Kallinger, European Patent Office, NL
2:10 Technology development and tech transfer in the Nanotechnology Institute – A comprehensive model for nano-based development
R.W. Carpick, T. Heesakker, E. Chen, A.P. Green, K. Pourrezaei, University of Pennsylvania, US
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1:30 Advanced Energy Consortium - Nanotech in Energy RFPRoom 208
 Session chair: Sean Murphy, Adanced Energy Consortium, US
1:30 What is the potential for oil recovery and reservoir “illumination” - Advanced Energy Consortium
J. Ullo, Schlumberger, US
1:50 State of oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) Technology today / Environmental conditions in the reservoir
L. Norman, Halliburton, US
2:10 Specific Challenges for Nanotech in Oil & Gass
S. Murphy, Advanced Energy Consortium, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT - Austin, US
2:30 Nano Technology Oil and Gas Opportunities
H. Schmidt, Rice University, US
2:50 Advanced Energy Consortium - Nanotech in Energy RFP
J. Kipper, Advanced Energy Consortium, US
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1:30 Bio Energy: Biorenewable FeedstocksRoom 311
 Session chair: Todd French, Mississippi State University
- A. Wiselogel, BBI Inernational, CITIES, US
- C. Tucker, ConocoPhillips, US
- R. Hernandez, Mississippi State, US
- S.C. Gutierrez, EPA National Risk Management Research Laboratory, US
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1:30 Photovoltaics: Technology & ApplicationsRoom 308
 Session chair: Monika Willert-Porada, Universität Bayreuth
1:30 Internet Based Inverter-Integrated Solar Power Meter System
R. Hicks, PV Powered Inc., US
1:50 The Influence of Rebates and Incentives on the Solar Industry; What Obstacles Remain for US National Adoption of Solar PV?
B. Neagle, Borrego Solar Systems, US
2:10 The Competitive Cost Position of Novel Thin Film Photovoltaic Module Technologies in High Temperature and Low Light Conditions
A. Goodrich, T. Hannibal, J. Grimes, R. Wendt, IBIS Associates, Inc., US
2:30 Raytheon Solar PV Installation
D.R. Chamberlain, Raytheon Company, US
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1:30 Hydrogen Technologies - 2Room 310
 Session chair: Manesh Iyer, Shell Global Solutions, US
1:30 Renewable Hydrogen Production Around the Globe
K. Deason, A. Smith, SENTECH, Inc., US
1:50 Production of Renewable Solar Hydrogen using Semiconductor Metal oxides by Water Photoelectrolysis
M. Misra, S.K. Mohapatra, V.K. Mahajan, P.P. Das, K.S. Raja, University of Nevada, Reno, US
2:10 Photo-electrochemical Generation of Hydrogen using Plasma Assisted Self-assembled Titania Nanotubes
M.K. Mazumder, R. Sharma, P. Das, A.S. Biris, M. Misra, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, US
2:30 Materials for Synfuel Production
S.K. Sundaram, K.I. Johnson, S.P. Pilli, R.E. Williford, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
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1:30 Renewable Energy Project FinanceRoom 313
 Session chair: Tony Maull, Ernst & Young
- M.J. Nasi, Jackson Walker, US
- F.H. Copeman, Ernst & Young, US
- S. Taub, GE Energy Financial Services, US
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1:30 Sustainable and Clean Industrial Practices and StudiesRoom 309
 Session chair: Rafal Romanowicz, CTSI, CH
1:30 UV Coatings Deliver Best Economic Value Statement
M. Kelly, D. Sweetwood, Allied Photo Chemical, US
1:50 Environmentally Sound Photoreactive Cleaning: A Product and Technology Overview
D.J. Elliott, V.M. Chaplick, UVTech Systems, US
2:10 Benefits of Compact Electron Beam Adoption in Industrial Processes: Case Studies on Energy and Water Savings and Reduced Pollution Output and Chemical Use
M. Tyson, M. Rutherford, A. Testoni, J. Epstein, Advanced Electron Beams, Inc., US
2:30 Sustainability in the Polymer Industry
J.D. Hensel, R.A. Schwarz, C.W. Grispin, Polyflow Corporation, US
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1:30 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 2Room 306
 Session chair: Keith Ritala, University of Washington, US
1:30 BP - Strategic Technical Interests
M. Carrera, Beyond Petroleum, US
1:50 Sanyo - Strategic Technical Interests
N. Chiba, Sanyo, US
2:10 Honda - Strategic Technical Interests
N. Sugimoto, Honda, US
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2:00 Cookie Break, Registration Hall (2:00 - 4:00)Hall C Foyer
 Session chair: Sponsored by Taylor & Francis
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3:30 Environmental Clean TechnologyRoom 313
 Session chair: Peter Adriaens, University of Michigan, US
3:30 Environmental CleanTech: Assessing Value Chains and Venture Opportunities
P. Adriaens, The University of Michigan, US
3:50 Conversion of Glycerol-rich Product (GRP) into Biopolymers
F. Freitas, J. Pais, V.D. Alves, M. Carvalheira, N. Costa, R. Oliveira, M.A.M. Reis, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PT
4:10 By-product Synergy Networks, Driving Innovation through Waste Reduction and Carbon Mitigation
A. Mangan, E. Olivetti, US Business Council on Sustainable Development, US
4:30 Valorization of Waste in a Gasification Plant to Clean Power Production
M. Pérez-Fortes, A. Bojarski, S. Ferrer-Nadal, G. Kopanos, J.M. Nougués, E. Velo, L. Puigjaner, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), ES
4:50 Enhancing Combustion and Heat Exchange Through Electrical Augmentation
D. Goodson, R. Rutkowski, G. Osler, ClearSign Combustion Corporation, US
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3:30 Transportation Clean TechnologyRoom 311
 Session chair: Bob Wilson, TIAX, US
3:30 High Energy and High Power Li-ion 18650 Cylindrical Cells: Quantum Simulations Driven Battery Materials Search and Design Platform
D. Srivastava, Nanoexa Corp, US
3:50 Full Fuel Cycle Assessment of Alternative Transportation Fuels in California
L.R. Waterland, J. Pont, M.D. Jackson, M. Addy, TIAX LLC, US
4:10 The Cleanest Cars: Well-to-wheels Emissions
S. Boschert, Plug In America, US
4:30 Light-Off Characteristics for Diesel Oxidation Catalysts in Monolith Reactors: Effects of Catalyst Distribution Schemes
N. Kapur, L. Wang, T.J. Truex, K.L. Fujdala, J.B. Nicholas, Nanostellar Inc., US
4:50 Advanced Nickel Zinc technology meets HEV requirements
J.A. Carcone, Powergenix Company, US
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3:30 Photovoltaics: New Materials: Clean: NanoRoom 309
 Session chair: Monika Willert-Porada, Universität Bayreuth, DE
3:30 Electrospun TiO2 Fibers as a Material for Dye Sensitizied Solar Cells
J. Duchoslav, L. Rubáek, L. Kavan, M. Zukalová, J. Procházka, Elmarco Ltd., CZ
3:50 Use of Multiphysics modeling to improve solar thin film performance and manufacture
A. Jain, J. Sanyal, V. Ivanov, E. Grald, A. Mukhopadhyay, ANSYS Inc., US
4:10 Thin nanostructured solar cells on metal sheets
M. Toivola, K. Miettunen, J. Halme, P. Lund, Helsinki University of Technology, FI
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3:30 Fuels, Power, Fuel Cells: VenturesRoom 301
 Session chair: Rob Day, @Ventures, US
3:30 ASEMBLON, Inc.
B. Norton, ASEMBLON, Inc., US
3:40 Advent Technologies
V. Gregoriou, Advent Technologies, GR
3:50 SemGreen L.P.
T. Scrima, SemGreen L.P., US
4:00 Enfucell
R. Huvila, Enfucell, FI
4:10 Soane Energy LLC
A. Thakrar, Soane Energy LLC, US
4:20 reXorce Thermionics, Inc.
M. Gurin, reXorce Thermionics, Inc., US
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3:30 Nano Materials: VenturesRoom 303
 Session chair: Doug Jamison, Harris & Harris, US
3:30 NanoScale Corporation
O. Koper, NanoScale Corporation, US
3:40 Allied PhotoChemical, Inc
M. Kelly, Allied PhotoChemical, US
3:50 RF Nano Corporation
P. Kempf, RF Nano Corporation, US
4:10 Vision Dynamics
B. Miniutti, Vision Dynamics, US
4:20 Nano-Terra, Inc.
E. Ostuni, Nano-Terra, Inc., US
4:30 nCoat, Inc.
P. Clayson, nCoat, Inc., US
4:40 Genano
A. Huczkowski, Genano, FI
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5:00 Renewables & Water: VenturesRoom 301
 Session chair: Alexander Wong, D.E. Shaw & Co., LP, US
5:00 WindLift, LLC
R. Creighton, WindLift, LLC, US
5:10 Helix Wind, Inc.
I. Gardner, Helix Wind, Inc., US
5:20 GeoEnergy Enterprises, LLC
T. Penachio, GeoEnergy Enterprises, LLC, US
5:40 Neohydro
D. Themy, Neohydro, US
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5:00 Bio & Waste Energy: VenturesRoom 303
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron, US
5:00 Energy Tap
C. Roberts, Energy Tap, US
5:10 feed resource recovery
S. Eten, feed resource recovery, US
5:20 Tunable Separations Inc
M. Katulec, Tunable Separations, Inc, US
5:30 Blue Marble Energy
K. Ogilvie, Blue Marble Energy, US
5:40 Polyflow Corporation
J. Hensel, Polyflow Corporation, US
5:50 nSolgel LLC
D. Boudreaux, nSolgel LLC, US
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6:00 Showcase - Nano & Clean Reception 6:00 - 7:30 (list at time of publication)Room 304
- C. Carney, Ace Glass, US
- V. Gregoriou, ADVENT TECHNOLOGIES S.A., GR
- M. Kelly, Allied PhotoChemical, Inc, US
- J. Chen, AM&M Advanced Machine and Materials Inc., CA
- B. Miller, American Institute of Physics, US
- T. Castor, Aphios Corporation, US
- B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises, US
- J. Ljubimova, Arrogene Inc., US
- S. Hackett, Australian Government: Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, AU
- R. Powell, AWare Technologies, US
- R. Kennelly, BigBelly Solar, US
- D. van der Lelie, Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
- J. Bindra, C4, CA
- M. Sikora, California Institute of Technology, US
- A. Vasenkov, CFD Research Corporation, US
- I. Campillo, CIC nanoGUNE Consolider, ES
- R. Acey, Clean Technology, US
- G. Osler, ClearSign Combustion Corporation, US
- V. Nelson, Coalition for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, US
- H. Greville, CogniScent Inc, US
- M. van de Walle, Cornell Center for Materials Research, US
- A. Reatti, CREAR, IT
- K. Strobi, CVD Equipment Corporation, US
- N. Richards, CVI MELLES GRIOT, US
- D. Newberry, Dakota County Technical College, US
- A. Mostytskyy, Dnipro-MTO Ltd, UA
- J. Dettling, Ecointesys - Life Cycle Systems, US
- D. Waters, Eltron Research & Development Inc., US
- W. Beeton, Emerson Climate Technologies, US
- C. Roberts, Energy Tap, US
- J. Holmes, EnerNOC, Inc., US
- V. Veefkind, European Patent Office, NL
- R. Dudde, Fraunhofer Institute Silicon Technology, DE
- A. Hieke, GEMIO Technologies, Inc., US
- A. Arakel, Geo-Processors USA, Inc., US
- S. Bernstein, Hadasit Medical Research Services & Development Ltd., IL
- E. Martin, Harvard University Center for Nanoscale Systems, US
- B. Spencer, Hawaii Oceanic Technology, Inc., US
- B. Silverman, Headwaters Technology Innovation, LLC, US
- I. Gardner, Helix Wind, Inc., US
- A. Bracht, Hessen-Nanotech / Hessen Agentur, DE
- A. Kumar, High Performance Materails Institute, Florida State University, US
- A. Needham, Hybrid Energy Homes, US
- A. Goodrich, IBIS Associates, Inc., US
- C. Crary, IEEE Standards Association, US
- Y. Kostyantyn, International Center for Electron Beam Technologies, UA
- D. Hunt, Landon IP, Inc., US
- A.M. Baca, MDL Enterprises LLC., US
- H. El-Mubaid, MicroGraph, US
- A. Srivastava, Mississippi State University, US
- A. Mulia, MULIA, ID
- E. Ostuni, Nano Terra, US
- T. Levesque, NanoInk, Inc., US
- B. Choi, nanoLambda, US
- A. Lacourse, NanoQuébec, CA
- D. Brotton, NanoScale, US
- W. Daniell, NanoScape AG, DE
- B. Oberhardt, NanoVector, Inc, US
- T. Armor, Nariste Networks, US
- J. Hewes, National Cancer Institute Technology Transfer Center, US
- A. Liddle, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST), US
- P. Clayson, nCoat, US
- H. Way, NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology LLC, US
- R. Benson, Office of Technology Development, Harvard University, US
- J. Ernst, Palo Alto Reserch Center (PARC), US
- , Physics, Materials, and Applied Mathematics Research, L.L.C., US
- S. boschert, Plug In America, US
- J. Hensel, Polyflow Corporation, US
- A. Arigony, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul -PUCRS, Brazil, BR
- R. Niles, Progenesis Technologies, LLC, US
- J. Garbin, PWI Energy, US
- M. Michalewicz, Quantum Precison Instruments Inc., US
- I. Ben Cholouch, Ramot at Tel Aviv University, IL
- N. Sanford, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
- B. Staby, Resolute Marine Energy, Inc., US
- l. Balogh, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, US
- J. Woolleey, Santa Clara University: Center for Nanostructures, US
- P. Meinik-Meinikov, Science and Technology Center in Ukraine, UA
- D.S. Christensen, Sigrist Technology, DK
- M. Orosz, Solar Turbine Group International, US
- T. Crawley, Spinverse, FI
- C. Mbachu, Tennessee Technological University, US
- R. Asselstine, Terepac Corporation, CA
- A. Young, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, CN
- G. Angle, The Pennsylvania State University, US
- J. Gutman, The Solaire Company, US
- M. Crowdis, Think Energy, Inc., US
- J. Cooke, Toyota Motor Sales, USA. Inc., US
- M. Kotelec, Tunable Separations, Inc, US
- A. Botsman, Tungsten Blue Technologies Ltd, UK
- N. Cronin, UltraViolet Dioxide, Inc., US
- M. Kuhn, Unitec, TTO, University of Geneva, CH, CH
- D. Leconte, Univalor LP, CA
- A. Bellemare, Université Laval (Office of the Vice-principal of research), CA
- F. Caporale, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
- N. Mishra, University of Idaho, CAMBR, US
- J. Morse, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US
- d. Giolando, University of Toledo, US
- P. Shelby, University of Washington Tech Transfer, US
- S. Bagheri, University of Waterloo, CA
- R. Glew, University of Western Ontario, CA
- V. Maslov, V.Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics (ISP) of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU), UA
- G. Powers, Vision Dynamics, US
- R. Creighton, WindLift, LLC, US
- R. Holliday, World Gold Council, UK
- M. Kainan-Koren, Yissum Technology Transfer, IL
 

Wednesday June 4

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8:30 Keynotes: Clean TechnologyRoom 304
 Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI
8:30 Cleantechnology at the DOE
P. Dickerson - COO, DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US
9:00 Investment trends in Cleantech
W. James, Rockport Capital Partners, US
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9:30 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 3Room 306
 Session chair: Jennifer Ernst, PARC, US
9:30 Omron - Strategic Technical Interests
K. Iwamura and S. Venkatesh, Omron, US
9:50 Merck - Strategic Technical Interests
S. Xanthoudakis, Merck, US
10:10 Lockheed Martin - Strategic Technical Interests
B. White, Lockheed Martin, US
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10:30 Energy Efficiency: Procurement Stategies for the public and private sectorsRoom 309
 Session chair: Todd McClelland, Alston Bird, US
- J. Jacobi, ScottMadden, US
- M. Jones, Sterling Planet, US
- D. LaVada, NYSERDA, US
- A. Robert, Industry Director for Clean Energy, MA Office of Business Development (pending), US
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10:30 Traditional Energy Clean TechnologyRoom 308
 Session chair: Lewis Norman, Halliburton, US
- J.P. Strakey, CTO, US DOE National Energy Technology Lab, US
- S. Bhattacharyya, Savanah River, US
- R. Hirsch, MISI, US
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10:30 Clean Technology Growth CapitalRoom 313
 Session chair: Alexander Ellis III, RockPort Capital Partners, US
- A.C. Smith, Lehman Brothers, US
- S. Wilson, RockPort Capital Partners, US
- A. Friendly, Advanced Technology Ventures, US
- D. Gross, Hudson Clean Energy Partners, US
- R. Shanker, Dow Ventures, US
- D. Kalez, Pacific Crest Securities, US
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11:00 Water & Efficiency: TechConnect IPRoom 301
 Session chair: Abi Barrow, MTTC, US
11:00 LED Substrate Buffer Layer
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (Arizona State University), US
11:10 Low cost LEDs with very high efficiency for white lighting
S. Lee, Boston University, US
11:20 Scrubber for Removing Heavy Metals from Gases
Z. Shomroni, Yissum Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IL
11:30 In Situ Groundwater Remediation Method to Remove Ammonia and Nitrates at Low Cost
D. Reese, University Technologies International, CA
11:40 Low-cost, membrane-less water purification
M. Lean, Palo Alto Research Center, US
11:50 Novel Compounds for Disrupting Biofilms
Z. Shomroni, Yissum Technology Transfer Company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IL
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11:00 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells: TechConnect IPRoom 303
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron, US
11:00 Reversible hydrogen storage using organic compounds
M. Kuhn, Unitec, CH
11:10 Compositions and Configurations of Hydrogen Generating Elements
K. White, J. Goonewardene, Purdue Research Foundation, US
11:20 Urea Electrolysis. Ammonia Electrolysis. Coal Electrolysis
G. Botte, Ohio University, US
11:30 Advanced Hydrogen Storage
F. Haghseresht, UniQuest, AU
11:40 Water Removal from Gas Flow Channels of Fuel Cells
J. Allen, Michigan Technological University, US
11:50 Micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (micro-SOFC) – a Novel Energy Source for Portable Electronic Devices
M. Hoelling, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), CH
12:00 High temperature Membranes with Designable Structures for PEM Fuel Cells
G. Shimizu, University Technologies International (UTI), CA
12:10 Cellulose from biomass - MEA Extraction
G. Fahimi, IP Bewertungs AG (IPB), DE
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11:00 Chemical & Material: TechConnect IPRoom 307
 Session chair: Mark Mielke, BASF, US
11:00 A New Family of Cross-linkable Polymeric Materials
E. Lynch, Purdue Research Foundation, US
11:10 Nanowire prevention of anti-counterfieting
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (Arizona State University), US
11:20 technology of nitric acid production with non-platinum aerosolas nanocatalyst
M. Glikin, Science and Technology Center in Ukraine, UA
11:30 Core-Shell Particle Technology
A. Young, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, CN
11:40 Methods of Synthesizing Arborescent Polymers (Dendrigraft)
S. Bagheri, University of Waterloo, CA
11:50 Flame retardants
G. Fahimi, IP Bewertungs AG (IPB), DE
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1:00 TechConnect Corporate Needs - 4Room 306
 Session chair: Elmer Sum, Simon Fraser University, US
1:00 GE IP Equity - Strategic Technical Interests
P. Moller, General Electric, US
1:20 Air Products & Chemicals - Strategic Technical Interests
V. Magnotta, Air Products & Chemicals, US
1:40 Cabot - Strategic Technical Interests
S. Davis, Cabot, US
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1:30 Energy Legislation/Environmental IssuesRoom 305
 Session chair: Roy M. Palk, New Horizons, US
- K. Reich, Wolfblock, US
- T. Williamson, EPA New England, US
- R. Palk, New Horizons, US
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1:30 Clean Technology Growth Capital 2008Room 313
 Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
1:30
J. Zedlitz, Green Hunter Energy, US
1:55
Y. Jacobs, C.Q.M., US
2:20
E. Green, Clear Skies Solar, US
2:45
K. Drain, Nanogram, US
3:10
M. Tyson, Advanced Electron Beam, US
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2:00 MIT Enterprise Forum - Finalists (program to be announced on-site)Room 309
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3:00 Solar: Clean Business and InvestmentRoom 310
 Session chair: Wasiq Bokhari, Cleantech Circle, US
- A.C. Smith, Lehman Brothers, US
- J. Grossman, Soltage, US
- T. Bailey, Evergreen Solar, US
- M. Bruce, US DOE - Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, US
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4:30 Energy Harvesting and StorageRoom 310
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
4:00 Si-coated Carbon Fibre Nanocomposite Materials for Secondary Li-Ionbattery Anodes
M. Willert-Porada, T. Gerdes, H. Wolf, University of Bayreuth, DE
4:20 Self-assembled Manganese Dioxide Thin Films as Novel Electrode Material for the Fabrication of Thin–Film Supercapacitors
S. Cem Pang, B.H. Wee, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, MY
4:40 Preparation and characterization of electrospun nickel oxide/polymer fibrous electrodes for electrochemical capacitor
H. Tsutsumi, S. Hosogai, Yamaguchi University, JP
5:00 Overview of Miniature Energy Harvesting Technologies
K. Sano, Omron Silicon Valley, US
5:20 Use of Reticle Carbon in Supercapacitors
C.C. Nesbitt, Reticle, Inc., US
5:40 Novel Lithium Based Reserved Micro Power Cell Based on Micro Fluidic Design
F. Allen, S. Simon, V. Lifton, AlwaysReady, Inc., US
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4:30 Photovoltaics: Processing TechnologiesRoom 311
 Session chair: Monika Willert-Porada, Universität Bayreuth, DE
4:00 Design of a Tandem Conjugated Polymer Bulk Heterostructure Solar Cell
J. Valenzuela, S. Mil’shtein, UMass Lowell, US
4:20 Solar Nanoantenna Energy Collectors
S. Novack, D. Kotter, P. Pinhero, D. Slafer, Idaho National Laboratory, US
4:40 Enhanced Photocurrent in Transparent Lead Zirconate-Titanate Thin Film Capacitors Under Sun Light Illumination
L.E. Ocola, H. Li, O. Auciello, Argonne National Laboratory, US
5:00 Nanoplates and their suitability for use as solar cells
M. Aagesen, C.B. Sørensen, SunFlake A/S, DK
5:20 Synthesis of Copper (I) Sulfide Nanocrystals for Photovoltaic Application
C. Wadia, Y. Wu, W. Ma, B. Sadtler, A. Paul Alivisatos, U.C. Berkeley, US
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4:30 Bio Energy: Algae for EnergyRoom 309
 Session chair: Tom Byrne, Byrne & Company, US
- J. Pierce, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, US
- J. Benemann, Benemann Associates, US
- J. Sheehan, LiveFuels, US
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4:30 Fuel Cell TechnologiesRoom 313
 Session chair: Rafal Romanowicz, CTSI, CH
4:00 Modeling the Temperature Field in Reforming Anodes of a Button-Shaped SOFC
I. Zinovik, D. Poulikakos, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, CH
4:20 Directed self-organization and Molecular wiring of catalytic nanoparticles for fuel cells
N.K. Dutta, S. Mayavan, N. Roy Choudhury, University of South Australia, AU
4:40 Direct Coal Power Generation using the Liquid Tin Anode SOFC
J. Bentley, T. Tao, CellTech Power LLC, US
5:00 Novel Composite Membranes Containing Functionalised Silsesquioxanes and Ionic Liquids for High Temperature Fuel Cell Applications
N. Dutta, N. Roy Choudhury, S. Subianto, M. Mistry, Ian Wark Research Institute, AU
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4:00 Power, Lighting, Display: VenturesRoom 301
 Session chair: Andrew Friendly, Advanced Technology Ventures, US
4:00 CyVolt Energy Systems, Inc.
S. Ragsdale, CyVolt Energy Systems, Inc., US
4:10 QM Power, Inc.
P.J. Piper, QM Power, Inc., US
4:20 Gaia Power Technologies
B. Doruk, Gaia Power Technologies, US
4:30 PureLux, Inc
D. Boudreaux, PureLux, Inc, US
4:40 nRadiance, LLC
C. Gintz, nRadiance, LLC, US
4:50 LeddarTech inc.
D. Gilbert, LeddarTech inc., CA
5:00 EpiCrystals Inc.
T. Jouhti, EpiCrystals Inc., FI
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5:30 Solar: VenturesRoom 301
 Session chair: Issam Dairanieh, BP Alternative Energy, US
5:30 SunFlake A/S
M. Aagesen, SunFlake A/S, DK
5:40 Cool Energy, Inc.
S. Weaver, Cool Energy, Inc., US
5:50 Solar Labs
J. Fairstein, Solar Labs, US
6:00 Prism Solar Technologies, Inc.
L. Lewandowski, Prism Solar Technology, Inc., US
6:10 AOS Solar, Inc
A. Rangappan, AOS Solar, Inc, US
6:20 Soliant Energy
A. Buckland, Soliant Energy, US
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5:30 Novel Materials: VenturesRoom 305
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Nantero, US
5:30 Anaxtal, Inc.
D. Witter, Anaxtal, Inc., US
5:40 Chamelic Limited
L. Bond, Chamelic Limited, UK
5:50 UltraViolet Dioxide, Inc.
N. Cronin, UltraViolet Dioxide, Inc., US
6:00 Pioneer Materials, Inc.
T. Chi, Pioneer Materials, Inc., US
6:10 Promethean Particles Ltd
S. Gordon, Promethean Particles Ltd, UK
6:20 Plastic Knowledge (formerly SILK Displays)
R. Simon, Plastic Knowledge, CA
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5:30 Poster Session and Reception, Clean and Nano 5:30 - 7:30Room 302
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PhotovoltaicsRoom 302
- Mesoporous TiO2 thin-film for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC) Applicationv
A. Vats, R. Shende, J. Swiatkiewicz, J. Puszynski, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
- Synthesis of Copper (I) Sulfide Nanocrystals for Photovoltaic Application
C. Wadia, Y. Wu, W. Ma, B. Sadtler, A. Paul Alivisatos, U.C. Berkeley, US
- Postproduction Annealing Effect on Solar Cells Based on Polymer and Zinc Oxide Nanorod Composites
C-Y. Chou, J-S. Huang, C-F. Lin, National Taiwan University, TW
- Economic viability in the use of solar collector in productive agricultural chains
J. Bione, P.B. Carvalho, R.B. Fellows, Companhia Hidroelétrica do São Francisco - CHESF, BR
- Optimal Design and Use of PV Water Pumping Systems in Armenia
G. Ayvazyan, V. Buniatyan, A. Vardanyan, State Engineering University of Armenia, AM
- Solar-Electric Commuting Trike with Manual Pedaling
S. Mil’shtein, B. Srinivasan, UMass Lowell, US
- Post-annealing effect of copper phthalocyanine on enhancing the performance of green organic light-emitting diode
S.Z. Chen, J.H. Jou, F.S. Tang, P.H. Chiang, C.Y. Chang, National Tsing Hua University, TW
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RenewablesRoom 302
- The Role of VAWT's in Expanding Wind Markets
M. Hess, Mariah Power, US
- The case for Vertical Axis wind turbines
T.C. Sankar, Robert Morris University, US
- Hydraulic System for Control of Power Windmills
A. Sanderson, Sanderson Engine Development Company, US
- Exergy Analysis Of Double Flash Geothermal Power Plant, SABALAN, IRAN
S.J. Nasrabady, University of Iceland, IS
- An “Atmospherically Healthy” Recipe for Carbon-Neutral Fuels: A synthetic fuel made from sunlight, CO2, and water
K. Littau, Palo Alto Research Center (Parc), US
- Ultra Low NOx Biogas-to-Power Conversion Technology
B. Wilson, C. Smutzer, L. Waterland, S. Lasher, TIAX LLC, US
- The Contribution of Small Hydro Power Plants to Sustainable Development in Uganda
O. Mpuro, Save Our Planet Earth (SOPE)- Uganda, UG
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Energy Storage & TransmissionRoom 302
- Design and Analysis of a Small Scale Generator for the Portable Power Pack
H.G. Jeong, K.C. Kim, N.J. Jeong, J.H. Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research, KR
- Methanol Production for Renewable Energy Storage and Distribution
W. Bishop, Consultant, US
- Integrated BMS and Analog IC Charge Isolation Architecture in Large Battery Systems
C. Choi, B. Baugh, W. Radachonski, A. Choi, S-W. Chan, 1Power Solutions, US
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Energy Technologies & Applications: Nano: CleanRoom 302
- Multi-level Computational Chemistry Approach for Phase Change Behavior of Water induced by Laser Irradiation
H. Takaba, A. Nomura, Y. Sasaki, K. Chiba, H. Hata, K. Okushi, A. Suzuki, H. Tsuboi, M. Koyama, N. Hatakeyama, A. Endou, M. Kubo, C.A. Delcarpio, M. Kitada, H. Kabashima, A. Miyamoto, Tohoku University, JP
- Ultra Accelerated Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Study on Mechanochemical Reaction of Micro-Bubble Induced by Shock Wave
N. Hatakeyama, A. Nomura, Y. Sasaki, K. Chiba, H. Hata, K. Okushi, A. Suzuki, M. Koyama, H. Tsuboi, A. Endou, H. Takaba, M. Kubo, C.A. Del Carpio, M. Kitada, H. Kabashima, A. Miyamoto, Tohoku University, JP
- Directed Self-Assembly Process for the Nanomanufacturing of Higher Order Structures
M.J. Heller, D. Dehlinger, S. Esener, A. Hsiao, University of California, San Diego, US
- Cost-effective generation of portable hydrogen from Sodium Borohydride using electroless nickel nanoparticles
E.E. Kalu, L. Katam, K. Ramos, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, US
- Supercapacitor like structure for micro-battery and radiation energy harvesting tile
L. Popa-Simil, I.L. Popa-Simil, LAVM LLC, US
- Improvement of electric energy density in PVDF terpolymer nanocomposites and blends
B. Chu, B. Neese, M. Lin, X. Zhou, Q. Chen, Q.M. Zhang, The Penn State University, US
- Electrospun Nanofiber Layers for Applications in Electrochemical Devices
L. Rubáek, J. Duchoslav, M. Zukalová, J. Procházka, L. Kavan, Elmarco Ltd., CZ
- Towards In-Situ Reservoir Nano-Agents
M.Y. Kanj, J.J. Funk, Saudi Aramco, SA
- Nanomonitors for Energy Systems
D. Meka, V. Onbattuvelli, S. Atre, S. Prasad, Portland State University, US
- Contribution of NIEL for gain degradation (_) of silicon transistor: 110MeV Si8+ ion irradiated at 77K and at 300K
C.M. Dinesh, R. Ramani, M.C. Radhakrishna, S.A. Khan, D. Kanjilal, Bangalore University, IN
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Bio EnergyRoom 302
- Emerging Biochemicals Market
Y.-S. Liu, S.R. Saraf, UL Lafayette, US
- Hydrogenase in the Cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002: Transcriptional Regulation and Overexpression
Y. Xu, D.A. Bryant, Penn State University, US
- High Quality Biodiesel from Spent Coffee Grounds
M. Misra, N. Kondamudi, S.K. Mohapatra, S.E. John, University of Nevada Reno, US
- Maximizing Small Reactor Productivity
T.R.G. Hill, K. Craig, P.M. Ward, Promethean Biofuels, US
- Impact of Government Biotechnology Regulations on Biofuel Development
D.J. Glass, D. Glass Associates, Inc., US
- Biofuels Production and Trade under the U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007
A. Lee, B. Sastri and T. Alfstad, U.S. Department of Energy, US
- Clean Combustion of Liquid Biofuels in Gas Turbines for Renewable Power Generation
M.S. Klassen, M.J. Ramotowski, L.D. Eskin and R.J. Roby, LPP Combustion, LLC, US
- Development of an Ammonia Catalytic Electrolyzer for Recovery of Ammonia as a Hydrogen Feed Stock from Domestic Animal Waste
B.F. Schafer, G. Botte, American Hydrogen Corporation, US
- The Cleanest Biomass Fuel in the World
A. Amen, NewEarth Renewable Energy Inc., US
- The Status and Future of Methane Destruction Projects in Mexico
E. Lokey, University of Colorado, US
- Novel Alcohol Based Diesel Fuels
N. Schulz, JGS Research Co, US
- Improvements in biological hydrogen production by microbial fermentations
P.C. Hallenbeck, G. Sabourin-Provost, Université de Montréal, CA
- Refuse Derived Fuel as alternate source of energy in developing countries
A.B. Farouque, S. Butt, Waste Busters, PK
- Integrated System Approach to Bio-fuels; Bio-refineries; Renewable Resources and Sustainable Development
S. Elnashaie, I. Abu-Mahfouz, R. Ciocci, Penn State University at Harrisburg, US
- Biogas based power generation from fruit and vegetable waste through bi-phasic digestion
S. Kamaraj, TAMILNADU AGRICULTURAL University, IN
- Literature review of biomass energy systems-current and future uses
A.K. Sleiti, University of Central Florida, US
- Electrification of Tribal Village with Biogas Based Power Generation System
K.S Jothi, V.R. Eswaran, Non-Conventional Energy And Rural Development (NERD) Society, IN
- Trashification: Waste Fed Fuels Synthesis
D. Waters, Eltron Research and Development, US
- Biofuels: Boom or Bust?
J. Johnson, E. Palmacci, Nerac, Inc., US
- Effect of Phytochemicals on Livestock Health and Emission of Greenhouse Gases
A.K. Pattanaik, MJ. Saxena, D. Rai, Ayurvet Research Foundation, IN
- Novel CO2 Biomass Pretreatment for Cellulosic Ethanol
T.P. Castor, Aosic BioEnergy, US
- Production of Pure Hydrogen from a source of Waste and Steam
S. Pati, M. Wool, L. Drucker, S. Booth, S. Gopalan, U.B. Pal, BOSTON University, US
- Supporting biofuel distribution through F.A.ST. ™ on-demand, variable ratio blending with a review of climate controlled storing and dispensing of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
O. Baer, D. Shaw, Clean Emission Fluids, Inc., US
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Environmental CleantechRoom 302
- Removal of Zn(II) from Aqueous Solution by Biosorption using two Green Algal Species Oscillatoria sp. & Spirogyra sp.
D. Singh, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, IN
- Non-Toxic Molybdenum as the Rolls-Royce nanoengines of the transition metal ions for the remediation of toxic sediments in harbours and urban waterways
M.R. Reda, CanadElectrochim, CA
- The Status and Future of Methane Destruction Projects in Mexico
E. Lokey, University of Colorado at Boulder, US
- Hydrogen Energy Recovery and Environmental Sustainability on Renewable Biomass System
R. Saravanane, B. Radjaram, Pondicherry Engineering College, IN
- Wetland System: A Cheaper and Efficient Treatment Option for the Food Processing Waste in Africa
J. Akinkugbe Adelegan, O. Akinyele Agbede, Global Network for Environment and Economic Development Research, NG
- Studies on the removal of Cr (VI) from simulated wastewater using agricultural produce processing industry waste: a case study of rice husk
M. Bansal, U.K. Garg, D. Singh, V.K. Garg, Indian National Institute of Technology, IN
- Nutrient recovery from soybean whey, a waste stream from soybean processing industry, by lactic acid bacterial fermentation and subsequent nisin production
D. Mitra, A.L. Pometto III, S.K. Khanal and J. van Leeuwen, IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, US
- Characteristics of SCR catalysts for the oxidation of gaseous elemental mercury
S.M. Lee, D.W. Kim, I.Y. Lee, J.B. Lee, M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham, Kyungil University, KR
- Nanodispersed Pt-catalyzed N2O Reduction for NH3-DeNOx SCR Process Applications
M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham, Daegu University, KR
- Durability of Supported CoOx Nanoparticles for Low-Temperature CO Oxidation
K.H. Kim, M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham, Daegu University, KR
- Global and Regional Respiratory Health and Cleantech
A. Buttz, SME, US
- Smart Textile Fabric Filters using Mixed Nanofibres
C.J. Greyling, R.D. Sanderson, University of Stellenbosch and Coco Solutions, ZA
- Experimental investigation of a new granular filter design for gas cleaning
D. Stanghelle, O.K. Sønju, J.E. Hustad, Norwegian Unicersity of Science and Technology, NO
- High-rise Buildings: A Palette for Clean Technology Innovation
J. Boyer, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, US
- A System for Capturing CO2 from a Combustion Exhaust – Feasibility Research
S.C. Bates, C.V. Kumar, S. Yavuzkurt, M. Duff, V.K. Mudhivarthi, Thoughtventions Unlimited LLC, US
- Natural Products from Microorganisms and Plants as Alternatives to Synthetic Chemical Pesticides
P.G. Marrone, Marrone Organic Innovations, US
- Signaficantly reducing of the emission by revolutionary shift gearbox technology
V. Abramov, TransUNImission, Inc., US
- DNA Biosensor Functionalized Carbon Nanotube for Monitoring Environmental Pollutants
S.A. Afuwape, National University San Diego, US
- Atmospheric Water Generation as a Viable Water Resource
U. Mtambuzi, AquaMaker/Osiris Enterprises, US
- Integrating the Triple Bottom Line of Sustainability with Life Cycle Environmental Assessments for Military Non-Lethal Technologies
O. Saulters, R. Green, Kansas State University, US
- Cleaner air through air management in vehicles
M. Moktader, aerosynthesis llc, US
- Biodegradable composites based on Starch/EVA blends and coir
M.F. Rosa, B-S Chiou, E.S. Medeiros, D.F. Wood, L.H.C. Mattoso, W.J. Orts, S.H. Imam, Embrapa - Brazil / USDA - USA, US
- Lean and Green- The Environmental Life Cycle of a Building
R. Hanson, Nationwide Consulting LLC, US
- Current and Future Environmentally Friendly Flux Technologies
L. Flaherty, T. Masumoto, J.S. Austin Jr, R. Knar, Raytheon, US
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Fuel Cells and Hydrogen TechnologiesRoom 302
- Nanomaterials for Desulfurization & Hydrogen Generation
G. Venugopal, N. Vylkov, K. Unfried, M. Sapp, A. Hunt, nGimat Co., US
- Bifurcation Behavior of a Novel Auto-thermal Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Membrane Reformer
I. Abu-Mahfouz, S. Elnashaie, R. Ciocci, Penn State University at Harrisburg, US
- Development of Efficient, Compact and Environmentally Friendly Hydrocarbon Reformer for the Production of Pure Hydrogen
R. Ciocci, I. Abu-Mahfouz, S. Elnashaie, Penn State University at Harrisburg, US
- New Catalytic system for Producing Pure Hydrogen -Water-gas-shift Reaction of Supported Copper Catalysts-
H. Yahiro, K. Saiki, T. Yamamoto, K. Sagata, M. Asamoto, H. Yamaura, Ehime University, JP
- Computer Simulation of Hydrogen Storage Materials
M. Katagiri, H. Onodera, H. Ogawa, National Institute for Materials Science, JP
- Computational and Experimental Study of High Performance Low Temperature Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) using Sc2O3-CeO2-ZrO2 Electrolyte
A. Sleiti, University of Central Florida, US
- Experimental investigation of solid oxide fuel cells with biogas from anaerobic digestion
P. Leone, P. Asinari, M.G. Santarelli, M. Calì, B. Ruggeri, Politecnico di Torino, IT
- Zirconia Aerogel-Polyxometalate Composites Synthesis with Applications in Solid Oxide/Acid Fuell Cells
A. Nicoara, V. Cosoveanu, I. Ladiu, L. Baia, M. Baia, L. Muresan, I. Stamatin, V. Danciu, Babes-Bolyai University cluj-Napoca, RO
- Study on the Cathode Materials for Achieving IT-SOFC with Proton Conductor
M. Asamoto, S. Miyake, Y. Yonei, H. Yamaura, H. Yahiro, Ehime University, JP
- Catalysts Consortium
T.H. Rod, Atomistix, DK
- Structural Stability of Hydrogen Storage Materials
M. Katagiri, H. Onodera, H. Ogawa, National Institute for Materials Science, JP
- Thermal hydrolysis characteristics of dewatered sewage sludge
H-C. Ahn, E-S Jang, M-C Eo, H. Kim, C-S Choi, Y-J Chung, Institute for Advanced Engineering, KR
- Direct-Glycerol Fuel Cell for Portable Power Applications
S. Ragsdale, C. Ashfield, CyVolt Energy Systems, Inc., US
- Carbon Aerogel -Supported Pt with Applications in Fuel-Cells
L.C. Cotet, A. Andronie, I. Stamatin, I.D. Stamatin, V. Cosoveanu, V. Danciu, Babes-Bolyai University, RO
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Water Clean TechnologiesRoom 302
- Improving Water Management in Fuel Cell Flow Channels via Oscillation of Water Droplets
R. Schultz, J. Diebel, J. Allen, Michigan Technological University, US
- Off-Grid Fuel Cell System for High Power Quality Applications
R.J.S. Lima, A.T. de Almeida, A.M.S. Mendes, A.J.M. Cardoso, University of Coimbra, PT
- Drinking water treatment with Caspian region natural sorbents
M.A. Egorov, Astrakhan State University, RU
- Utilizing Municipal Wastewater for Ethanol Production
B. Fraser, Layne Christensen Company, US
- Atmospheric Water Generation as a Viable and Environmentally Responsible Resource for Potable Water
U. Mtambuzi, AquaMaker/Osiris Enterprises, US
- Innovative Design Yields High-performance, Low-Energy Wastewater Treatment & Reuse Process
L.E. LeBru, C.R. Morgan, Parkson Corporation, US
- Unrestricted Water Reuse & Low Energy Cluster Wastewater System Producing TN < 4 mg/l – Malibu Creek Plaza, Malibu, CA
P. Lombardo, Lombardo Associates, Inc., US
- Water Purification Using Carbon Nanotubes
A. Cummings, Seldon Technologies, Inc., US
- Mercury-Free Solid State Deep UV Light Sources for Disinfection and Analysis
M. Shatalov, Y. Bilenko, O. Bilenko, A. Lunev, I. Shturm, M. Shur and R. Gaska, Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc., US
- Direct hydrothermal synthesis of LiMn2O4 spinel and lithium ion selective adsorption
Q-H Zhang, S-Y Sun, S-P Li, X-S Yin, J-G Yu, East China University of Science and Technology, CN
- Wastewater Effluent Total Nitrogen of 3 mg/l with Cost Effective, Low Maintenance Cluster Treatment System
P. Lombardo, Lombardo Associates, Inc., US
- Baltimore Charter on Sustainable Water Systems
V.I. Nelson, Coalition for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, US
- Instantaneous Microbial Detection Demonstrated for Air & Water
J.P. Jiang, S. McGill, S. Morris, BioVigilant Systems, Inc., US
- Nanotechnology for Remediation of Wastewaters containing Heavy Metals
M. Singh, M. Bansal, D. Singh, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, IN
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Sustainable & Clean Technology InitiativesRoom 302
- Renewable Energy Technologies: a Veritable Tool for Women’s Empowerment in Niger Delta Communities
C.P. Mbachu, Tennessee Technological University, US
- Establishing a Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Reduction Goal
J.-A. Garbin, PWI Energy, US
- Energy In A New Light - Transforming Corporate Energy Use into a Weapon of Strategy
D. Livesay, H. Marshall, K. Warren, Deloitte Consulting - Senior Manager, US
- Integration of Subsidy and Regulatory Funding Opportunites
E. Hinckley, Deloitte, US
- “Sustainability for the Rest of Us” Feasibility of Innovative Approach to Small and Medium Scale Renewable Energy through Public-Private Partnerships
L.J. Stoute, A.I. Hashmi, S.M. Hashmi, LSI Group, US
- Emissions 2.0 - A Carbon Sherpa has Arrived
M. Meehan, Carbonetworks, US
- Environmental Performance Assessment of Companies: Applying Life Cycle Assessment at the Enterprise Level
J. Dettling, Y. Loerincik, M. Margni, O. Jolliet, Ecointesys - Life Cycle Systems, US
- Public Policy and Cleantech - Obstacle or Asset?
A. Wardak, V. Taneja, University of Virginia, US
- Institutional Challenges and Opportunities: Decentralized and Integrated Water Resource Infrastructure
V.I. Nelson, Coalition for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, US
- A Study of Advancements from Traditional Technologies to Sustainable Technologies through the Employment of Innovative Business and Ecodesign Strategies
D.A. Taylor Jr., H. Ostad-Ahmad-Ghorabi, Michigan Technological University, US
- The Global Warming Solution Act and Its Compliances
M. Li, Sun Automatic Systems Inc., AR
- Economic viability for installation of generation systems distributed in isolated communities of the conventional electric net
J. Bione, P.B. Carvalho, R.B. Fellows, Companhia Hidroelétrica do São Francisco - CHESF, BR
- FTC’s Regulation of Green Marketing Claims
E.P. Laws, C.B. Leopold, PillsburyWinthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, US
- Managing Uncertainty with Stakeholder Engagement: Innovative Approaches for Reducing Business Risk in Complex Environments
J.R. Tanguay, D.M. Thayer, Conservation Law Foundation, US
- Who says its clean? Lessons from green certifications and eco-labels for the cleantech industry
A.O. Rourke, Yale University and Big Room Inc, US
- Role of Depolymerization Processes to Solve the Waste Plastics Menace World Wide
R.K. Jalan, Core Consultants PVT. LTD., IN
- Global Overview of Environmental Compliance Mandates Impacting High Tech
A. Johnson, AeA, US
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Green Buildings & ConstructionRoom 302
- High Performance Design with LEED: Sustainable, Obtainable, and Cost Effective
J. Kliwinski, Spiezle Architectural Group, US
- Construction of sustainable water environment in green building
H.Y. Li, Y. Huang, X.X. Li, Bejing University, CN
- Social-Interest Green House Design based in Rapid Product Realization Methodology – Case Study Solar Green House ITESM
A.A. Valerio, A. Molina, C.A. Cambero, A. Zarate, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) campus Monterrey, MX
- Intelligent Building Skin – Self Cleaning Façade systems
M. Thurnher, iku®intelligente Fenstersysteme AG, AT
- Utilization of High Carbon Fly Ash in Concrete
C.J. Boxley, V. Siegel, Ceramatec, Inc., US
- Industrial Application of Total Performance Oriented Retro-Commissioning
D. Xin, G. Liu, S. Gunawan, Bes-Tech, US
- The Integrated Lighting System
S. Heins, Orion Energy Systems, US
- Economic and Carbon Benefits of High Efficiency Copper Rotor Motors
A.E. Mascarin, IBIS Associates, Inc., US
- Leveraging Technology for Monitoring-Based Commissioning
G. Dixon, T. Ait-Laoussine, EnerNOC, Inc., US
- The Role of Private Capital in Emerging Building Technologies
A. Singer, Living Space Labs, US
- Health based sustainable energy engineering application to indoor air quality
R.K. Obeyesekera, K. Obeyesekera, K-HART International, AU
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Transportation Clean TechnologyRoom 302
- The Dynaplane Design for Planing Motorboats
E.P. Clement, J. Hollingsworth, R. Scher, Alion Science and Technology, US
- Control Strategies for Personal Rapid Transit System
J-H Lee, Korea Railroad Research Institute, KR
- A barnacle free ship hull is a requirement for clean sea transportation
L. Mårtensson Lindblad, I-Tech AB, SE
- Hybrid Vehicle Technology Development and Testing
C. Smutzer, M. Kromer, R. Takata, S. Lasher, TIAX LLC, US