Clean Technology 2009

Lockheed Martin Special Innovation Symposia

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Symposium Sessions

 

Monday May 4

10:30 Energy Storage - 1: Lockheed Martin Symposium
1:00 CNT: Composite Design, Characterization & Modeling: Lockheed Martin Symposium
3:30 CNT: Synthesis, Separation & Application: Lockheed Martin Symposium
 

Tuesday May 5

1:00 Solar: High Efficiency PV - 1: Lockheed Martin Symposium
3:00 Energy Storage - 2: Lockheed Martin Symposium
6:00 Lockheed Martin Networking & Showcase Reception (Invitation Required)
 

Wednesday May 6

3:00 Solar: High Efficiency PV - 2: Lockheed Martin Symposium
3:00 Smart Grid: Lockheed Martin Symposium
 

Thursday May 7

 

Symposium Program

 

Monday May 4

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10:30 Energy Storage - 1: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 330 AB
 Session chair: Koeunyi Bae, Lockheed Martin, US
10:30 Towards Novel Nano-Constructs: Novel Materials and Assembly for the Next Generation of Rechargeable Batteries
C. Yilmaz, M. Trahan, T. Kim, S. Somu, A. Busnaina, Y.J. Jung, S. Mukerjee, Northeastern University, US
10:45 A 3-D Nanobattery System With Individually-wired Nano-electrodes For Enhanced Performance
D. Teeters, P. Johnson, The University of Tulsa, US
11:00 (CANCELED) Low Loss Mechanical Flywheel Battery
W. Higdon, J. Kaliszewski, M. Powel, EES Holdings, US
11:15 Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (PC-SOFC) for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)
C. Kjolseth, P. Vestre, Protia AS, NO
11:30 A Solid State, Rechargeable Lithiu-Air Battery
B. Kumar, J. Kumar, University of Dayton, US
11:45 HIGH PERFORMANCE ANODE MATERIALS FOR LITHIUM ION BATTERIES
H-L. Zhang, D. Morse, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
12:00 Polyelectrolytes for fuel cells and Lithium polymer batteries
G. Maier, M. Gross, R. Gaertner, M.O. Hunt, Polymaterials AG, DE
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1:00 CNT: Composite Design, Characterization & Modeling: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Tushar Shah, Lockheed Martin, US
1:00 From a single carbon nanotube to an entangled network of bundles: Mesoscopic simulations of CNT films and nanocomposite materials
A.N. Volkov, W. Jacobs, L.V. Zhigilei, University of Virginia, US
1:15 Industrial Multi-scale Modeling of Polymer - CNT Nanocomposites
L. Adam, K. Delaere, J.-S. Gérard, R. Assaker, I. Doghri, e-Xstream engineering, BE
1:30 Effects of specimen size and geometry on dispersion quality and properties of single-walled carbon nanotube/epoxy composite films
B. Ashrafi, Y. Martinez-Rubi, V. Mirjalili, B. Simard, Y. Zhang, A. Johnston, National Research Council of Canada, CA
1:45 Multiscale Modeling of Nano-Reinforced Composite Interfaces
J.M. Wernik, S.A. Meguid, Univeristy of Toronto, CA
2:00 Large-scale quantum simulations of carbon nanotubes
A. Blom, K. Stokbro, QuantumWise A/S, DK
2:15 High Performance Polymer Nanocomposites
S. Arzberger, R. Baughman, Composite Technology Development, US
2:30 Improved fracture toughness of carbon fiber composite functionalized with multi walled carbon nanotubes
K.L. Kepple, G.P. Sanborn, P.A. Lacasse, K.M. Gruenberg, W.J. Ready*, Georgia Tech, US
2:45 Carbon nanofibers as interconnects in CMOS technology
J.R. Jameson, F. Madriz, T. Yamada, C.Y. Yang, Santa Clara University, US
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3:30 CNT: Synthesis, Separation & Application: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 370 CF
 Session chair: Steve Winzer, Lockheed Martin, US
3:30 EMI Shielding
D. Lashmore, T. VanVechten, M. White, B. White, Nanocomp Technologies Inc., US
3:45 Loading Specific Layer-by-layer Fabrication of Single Wall Carbon Nano Tubes (SWNTs) Reinforced Polymer Composites for Near Net Shape Manufacturing
B. Parekh, W. Jiang, M. Benamara, A.P. Malshe, M. Chhowalla, NanoMech LLC, US
4:00 New Results in Chirality Sorting of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation
S. Ghosh, R.B. Weisman, Rice University, US
4:15 High Concentration Nanotube Composites Utilizing Preformed Nanotube Sheet and Buckypaper for High Mechanical Performance and Electrical Conductivity Applications
B. Wang, R. Liang, C. Zhang, Florida State University, US
4:30 Highly Organized Large Scale Assembly of SWNT Architectures
B. Li, N-G. Cha, X. Xiong, Y.J. Jung, A. Busnaina, S. Somu, Northeastern University, US
4:45 Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes: Chirality Control, Capacity, Commercial Readiness
R. Jansen, P. Wallis, Southwest Nanotechnologies, US
5:00 Electronic-grade Aqueous Dispersions of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes
K. Edwards, W. Shih, M. Stroder, Brewer Science, Inc., US
5:15 Versatile Carbon Nanotube Coatings for ESD, Photovoltaics, and EMI Shielding
P.J. Glatkowski, M.J. O’Connell, E.P. Turevskaya, D.A. Britz, Eikos Inc, US
5:30 Large Scale Processing of Carbon Nanotubes Using Microfluidizer® High Shear Fluid Processors Dispersion/deagglomeration - Conductivity of polymer composites - Length –Purification - Functionalization
H. Panagiotou, Microfluidics Intl, US
5:45 SWNT Separation by Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation
D. Leven, NanoIntegris, US
 

Tuesday May 5

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1:00 Solar: High Efficiency PV - 1: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 310 CF
 Session chair: Suraj Rawal, Lockheed Martin, US
1:00 The Inverted Metamorphic Multi-Junction Solar Cell
P.R. Sharps, A. Cornfeld, B. Cho, J. Diaz, M. Stan, T. Varghese, Emcore Corporation, US
1:15 New Concepts for Manufacturing High Efficiency Flexible Solar Cells
S. Menezes, InterPhases Solar, Inc., US
1:30 A manufacturable low cost route to high efficiency Cu(ZnSn)S thin film solar cells fabrication on flexible substrates
I.O. Oladeji, C.R. Nelson, Sisom Thin Films LLC, US
1:45 RAPDAR™ Roll-out and Passively Deployed Array - High Efficiency Solar Array
R. Barret, R. Taylor, Composite Technology Development, Inc., US
2:00 Philips Applied Technologies - Innovation: High Efficiency PV Conversion
J. Downes, A. van der Pol, Philips Applied Technologies, US
2:15 Manufacturing of High-Efficiency Bi-facial Tandem Solar Cells
E.J. Tobin, S.J. Wojtczuk, E.D. Gagnon, R.G. Little, Spire Semiconductor, US
2:30 Stion Corp.: Novel Materials for High Efficiency Terrestrial and Extra-Terrestrial Photovoltaics
H. Lee, R. Wieting, Stion Corporation, US
2:45 Lightweight, High-Efficiency Solar Cell Sheets Using Epitaxial Liftoff
R. Chan, C. Youtsey, G. Hillier, D. McCallum, N. Pan, MicroLink Devices, US
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3:00 Energy Storage - 2: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 330 AB
 Session chair: Vince Teofilo, Lockheed Martin, US
3:00 A123Systems - Smart Grid Ready Storage
C. Vartanian, A123Systems, US
3:15 (CANCELED) Firefly Microcell Foam Battery Technology
K. Kelley, Firefly Energy, Inc., US
3:30 Innovative Fabrication of High Energy Cathode Materials and Integrated, On-board Power Solutions
J.R. Pitts, E. Dayalan, A. J. Manning, I. Oladeji, C. Nelson, Planar Energy Devices, US
3:45 The PowerWrapper Supercapacitor as an Integrated Structural Component
T. Simmons, R. Wahi, C. Galande, S. Mehta, R. Miller, Paper Battery Company, US
4:00 High Power and Energy Density Supercapacitors Based on Conductive Polymers
P.J. Kinlen, S. Viswanathan, J.-H. Young, Y.-G. Kim, J. Mbugua, J. Simpson, W.-S. Shih, M. Stroder, K. Edwards, H.-L. Nguyen, Crosslink, US
4:15 Philips Applied Technologies - Innovation - Energy Storage
J. Downes, A. Rankers, Philips Applied Technologies, US
4:30 Ultra-High Energy Density Lithium/Air and Lithium/Water Batteries
S.J. Visco, E. Nimon, M-Y. Chu, L. De Jonghe, PolyPlus Battery Company, US
4:45 Large-format, Prismatic Lithium Ion SuperPolymer Batteries
G. DasGupta, G. DasGupta, CA
5:00 Ultra-high Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
B.Z. Jang, A. Zhamu, Nanotek Instruments, Inc., US
5:15 The VPS Cycle: Utility-Scale Power Storage via Liquid Air Production
D. Vandor, J. Dockter, Expansion Energy LLC, US
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6:00 Lockheed Martin Networking & Showcase Reception (Invitation Required)Ballroom B
 Session chair: Lockheed Martin
- Polymer Nanocomposites from Exfoliated Graphite (Graphene) Nanoplatelets: Mechanical, Thermal and Electrical Properties
L.T. Drzal, H. Fukushima, I. Do, M.R. Knox, XG Sciences, Inc., US
- Well-dispersed carbon nanotubes in structural composites for high-conductivity, remote strain-sensing, and damage monitoring
T. McDonald, Electro Magnetic Applications, US
- A Novel Conformal Wireless Sensor Utilizing Inkjet-printed RFID and Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Detection
L. Yang, M. Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
- Cutting of carbon nanotubes using hard nanoparticles
E.G. Baburaj, R. Hauge, I. Resokova, B. Abhijit, V. Hadjiev, Clarkson Aerospace Corporation, US
- The birth, growth and death of a carbon nanotube: using in-situ transmission electron microscopy to observe CNT growth processes
E.A. Stach, S. Min Kim, D.N. Zakharov, C.L. Pint, R. Hauge, B. Maruyama, Purdue University, US
- Low-temperature synthesis of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes
A.V. Vasenkov, CFD Research Corporation, US
- Detection of biomolecules using quantum inference in a functionalized carbon nanoring with magnetic flux.
M. Jack, M. Encinosa, Florida A&M University, US
- Dynamic oxidation: An easily scalable technique to produce analytically pure carbon nanotubes
N. Dementev, E. Borguet, Temple University, US
- Segregated Membrane Continuous CNT Synthesis
G.L. Hornyak, M.T. Burke, M.T. Lusk, NanoThread Inc., US
- Carbon nanofibers as interconnects in CMOS technology
J.R. Jameson, F. Madriz, T. Yamada, C.Y. Yang, Santa Clara University, US
- MWNT Sheets for Flexible Electronics
K.-H. Lee, J.H. Kim, H.-S. Jang, G.S. Lee, L. Overzet, D.E. Burk, The University of Texas at Dallas, US
- Carbon Nanotubes Production Technology
J-L. Meunier, McGill University, CA
- Novel Fabrication Route to High Strength Metal-Carbon Nanotube Composites
Z. Iqbal, F. Owens, D. Wiegand, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
- Low-Energy, Catalyst-Free Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes
V. Krishna, B. Koopman, B. Moudgil, University of Florida, US
- Optical Release of Hydrogen from Fullerenes as Storage Materials
V. Krishna, B. Koopman, B. Moudgil, University of Florida, US
- Bio-Battery: A Novel Micropower Source for Soldier Power and Portable Electronics
S. Singhal, J. Wei, C. Onwere, V. Svoboda, CFD Research Corp, US
- A Versatile Electrode Technology for Energy Storage and Conversion
M.G Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, T. Cantrell, M.F. Beaux, T. Prakash, GoNano Technologies, Inc, US
- Improved Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
A.J. Jacobson, G. Kim, S. Wang, R.C. Schucker, SeprOx Corporation, US
- Novel Electrode/Catalysis Surfaces based on Ultrananocrysalline Diamond Films for High-Efficiency Fuel Cells
O. Auciello, A.V. Sumant, L.E. Ocola, D.C. Mancini, S. Tapia, J. Jellinek, C. Cabrera, Y. Ishikawa, G. Morell, R. Raptis, M.J. Yacamán, Argonne National Laboratory, US
- Large-Scale Power Management, Control, and Storage Systems are a Timely, Critical Component of 21st Century Wind Generation Systems
M. Breen, Xtreme Power, US
- Nanoporous noble metals for storage of hydrogen and/or electrical charge
D.B. Robinson, S.J. Fares, M.D. Ong, B.W. Jacobs, M.E. Langham, K.L. Tran, R.H. Nilson, Sandia National Laboratories, US
- Density Functional Theory Study on Al Nanostructures
A. Goldberg, M.D. Halls, J.-J. Liang, P. Kung, I. Yarovsky, Accelrys Inc., US
- Prototype of Optimizable Commercial Modular Hydrogen Storage Device
T.O. Passel, T.B. Benson, H22go Inc, US
- Introduction of Lithium Ion Capacitors
L.J. Myron, J. Banas, JSR Micro, Inc., US
- Production of Nanoparticles for Lithium-ion Batteries and Fuel Cells
J. Hill, NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology, US
- Applications of Polymeric Nanocomposite Gels for Li-air Batteries
J. Chatterjee, T. Liu, B. Wang, J. Zheng, Florida State University, US
- Solar thermal storage features enhance low temperature heat to electricity conversion Stirling engine
S.P. Weaver, Cool Energy, Inc., US
- Running the World on Renewables via Hydrogen Transmission Pipelines with Firming Geologic Storage
W. Leighty, F. Crotogino, The Leighty Foundation, US
- Towards Novel Nano-Constructs: Novel Materials and Assembly for the Next Generation of Rechargeable Batteries
C. Yilmaz, M. Trahan, T. Kim, S. Somu, A. Busnaina, Y.J. Jung, S. Mukerjee, Northeastern University, US
- High-performance bulk nanostructured magnets
C.B. Rong and J.P. Liu, University of Texas at Arlington, US
- Ultra-low Power Zigbee Wireless Network for Smart Grid Monitor and Control
Y. Xu, C. Zhou, M. Shahidehpour, Illinois Institute of Technology, US
- Higher Dielectric Nanotechnology-Based Electrical Insulations
P. Fabian, M. Hooker, Composite Technology Development, Inc., US
- Integrating Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
T. Ait-Laoussine, EnerNOC, US
- Smart Communications for Smart Grids
P.G. Greenis, Adapt4, US
- A piezoelectric photovoltaic micropower generation (PPVMG) chip
Z. Gong, V. Koptipalli, C. O’Neal, L. Que, Lousiana Tech University, US
- Electrostatic Printing og Nano-Particles for Photovoltaic Applications.
R.H. Detig, Elextrox, US
- An Industrial Partner for ALD on PV Applications
J. Skarp, BENEQ, FI
- Ultra-High Efficiency Integrated Solar Cell for Spectrally Spliced Solar Spectrum
F. Shi, Y. Li, Solar Energy Research Park and Academy, US
- Inkjet Printing Organic Solar Cells
L. Ren, S. Wang, Texas Tech University, US
- SEMATECH Nanoelectronics and Fabrication Knowledge for Alternate Energy
M.M. Hussain, P.D. Kirsch, C.E. Smith, P. Majhi, R. Jammy, SEMATECH, US
- Self-Assembled Nanoparticles Doped Si-Based Thin Film Solar Cells
Y. Li, H. Wang, Texas A&M University, US
- Optical rectenna solar cell design using high performance computing
S.D. Wix, P.V. Plunkett, Sandia National Laboratories, US
- Aerosol Jet Printing for High Efficiency Photovoltaics
M. O’Reilly, R. Plourde, D. Ramahi, Optomec, Inc., US
 

Wednesday May 6

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3:00 Solar: High Efficiency PV - 2: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 330 AB
 Session chair: Suraj Rawal, Lockheed Martin, US
3:00 High Efficiency and Flexible Nanowire Photovoltaics
J. Czaban, P.K. Mohseni, A. Chia, J. Boulanger, Z. Peng, R.R. LaPierre, McMaster University, CA
3:15 Novel 3-D Nanostructure Arrays for Energy Conversion
R. Wind, D. Routkevitch, Synkera Technologies Inc., US
3:30 HIGH EFFICIENCY THIN-FILM Si/Ge SOLAR CELLS
S.H. Zaidi, K. Khan, Gratings, Inc, US
3:45 Materials Science and Device Architecture for Novel Ferroelectric/Nanostructure-based High-Efficiency Photovoltaic Device
O. Auciello, L.E. Ocola, S. Hong, A. Petford-Long, S. Nakhamanson, Argonne National Laboratory, US
4:00 A low cost roll-to-roll amorphous silicon solar cell manufacturing system using a novel hollow cathode plasma deposition technique
B. Boardman, T. Casserly, D. Upadhyaya, Sub-One Technology, US
4:15 High Efficiency Nanoparticle based Solar Cells : Nanomanufacturing Done Right!
B. Das, R. Chakraborty, Shivam Nanotech LLC, US
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3:00 Smart Grid: Lockheed Martin SymposiumRoom 340 AB
 Session chair: Ken Van Meter, Lockheed Martin, US
3:00 Satcon Micro Grid Solutions
L. Casey, M. Levi, Satcon Technology Corporation, US
3:15 Telcordia Intelligent Network Modeling and Analysis for the Smart Grid
D. Famolari, G. Kiss, S. Leanheart, R. White, Telcordia Technologies Inc, US
3:30 Integrating Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
T. Ait-Laoussine, EnerNOC, US
3:45 A Novel System for Smart Grid Monitoring and Management
A. Desai, H.P. Le, J. Singh, La Trobe University, AT
4:00 Vergent Energy: Energy Efficiency Platform
W.A. Maull, M. Steiner, Vergent Energy, US
4:15 Philips Applied Technologies - Innovation - Smart Grid Technologies
J. Downes, L. James, Philips Applied Technologies, US
4:30 Fast Demand Response
S. Uckun, D. Greene, H. Hindi, B. Preas, Palo Alto Research Center, US
4:45 Advanced SmartGrid Modeling and Simulation using High Performance Computing
S.D. Wix, P.V. Plunkett, Sandia National Laboratories, US
 
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