Technical Proceedings of the 2014 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Cleantech 2014

Chapter 1: Energy Storage

  1. 3-Dimensional Carbon Nanotube-Graphene Structure for Flexible Li-ion Battery
    C. Kang, R. Baskaran, P. Mumukshu, N. Choudhary, W. Choi1
    University of North Texas, US
  2. Hydrogen Recharge Dynamics and Vessel Design for Porous Silicon Storage Media
    P.J. Schubert, A. Urbanek
  3. Hydrogen storage by reduced graphene oxide and graphene-like nanosheets decorated with Fe nanoclusters
    M.S.L. Hudson, O.N. Srivastava, S. Simizu, S.G. Sankar
    Central University of Tamil Nadu, IN
  4. Atomic Layer Deposition Innovations in Li-Ion Battery Technology
    K. Buechler, M. Groner, S. George, Y.S. Jung, A. Cavanaugh
    ALD NanoSolutions, Inc., US
  5. Market Evaluation for Energy Storage in the United States
    Z. Strong
    Copper Development Association, US
  6. Integration of Flow Batteries into Electric Vehicles: Feasibility and the Future
    J.P. Katsoudas, E.V. Timofeeva, C.U. Segre, D. Singh
    Illinois Institute of Technology, US
  7. Composite Li-Ion Anodes from Recycled Silicon
    W. Xu
    Electrochemical Materials, US
  8. Rechargeable Lithium-ion Batteries For Wireless Smart Designs
    D. Mourzagh, H. Rouault, S. Jouanneau, L. Daniel, M. Chami, G. Moreau, F. Fusalba
    CEA Grenoble, FR
  9. Synthesis of Carbon Supported Nano-Structured Ptni Electro-Catalysts for Fuel Cell
    T.H.P. Vu, T.N.H. Le, B.T.T. Nguyen, V.M. Tran, T.G.H. Nguyen, M.L.P. Le, V.T. Le, T.P.T. Nguyen
    Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
  10. Seawater Flow Battery as Technology Platform
    P.J. Schubert, Y. Fu
  11. Assessing damage to graphite electrodes in bromine redox flow battery systems
    A.A. Bistrikaa, T.K.A. Brekkenb, A. von Jouanneb, M.M. Lernerc, A.F.T. Yokochia
    NRGindependence, Oregon State University, US
  12. Electrochemical Characterization of Naxmo2 as Cathode Materials in Sodium Batteries
    V.H. Nguyen, M.L.P. Le, L.T.N. Huynh, V.M. Tran
    Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
  13. Single-Layer Ceramic Capacitors with low dielectric loss
    Y. Liu, R. Withers, N. Radford
    Australain National University, AU
  14. Architecturing Carbon Nanotube-based Flexible Solid State Supercapacitor
    K Adu, D. Ma, C. Radall, R. Rajagopalan, P. Armstrong and S. Stigers
    The Pennsylvania State University, US
  15. Synthesis and characterization of (polypyrrole/carbon) nanotubes/metal oxide composites for application as supercapacitors
    A.H.P. de Oliveira, H.P. de Oliveira
  16. MWCNTs/metal oxide nanocomposite as potential material for supercapacitors application in acidic and neutral media
    A.S. Adekunle, K.I. Ozoemena, B.O. Agboola, E.E. Ebenso
    North-West University, ZA
  17. Nanostructured Acetylcholinesterase (ACHE) Memristor/Memcapacitor Mimicks Brachyhypopomus Electric Fish’s Signal-Cloaking Behavior
    E.T. Chen, J. Thornton
    Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
  18. A Study on the System Configuration for the Flywheel Energy Storage Device to be Applied to the Railway System
    J.H. Lee
    Korea Railroad Research Institute, KR
  19. Metal Organo-Clays as potential adsorbents for hydrogen storage
    A. Azzouz, S. Nousir, N. Bouazizi, R. Roy
    University of Quebec at Montreal, CA
  20. Secondary Use Energy Storage
    M. Starke, P. Irimger, B. Ollis, G. Andrews, P. Karlson, S. Thabiappah, P. Rosenfeld, S. Massin,
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
  21. Modeling and Simulation of PVDF-TrFE Based MEMS Scale Cantilever Type Energy Harvesters
    A. Toprak, O. Tigli
    University of Miami, US
  22. Charge Pumping for High-force, Large-displacement MEMS
    IR. Harvey, B. Baker, A. Hogan, K. Ford
    University of Utah Nanofab, US

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