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2018 Annual Merit Review Proceedings


View presentations and posters from the Interagency session at the Annual Merit Review in June 2018.

Interagency Presentations

  1. Interagency Collaboration Panel
    1. Annual Merit Review Inter-Agency Activities Panel Session, Paul Rogers, U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center
    2. Hydrogen as a Military Fuel, Ruthanne Darling, Office of the Secretary of Defense
    3. NASA Glenn Hydrogen Research and Technology Efforts, Rickey Shyne, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. State-Funded Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities Panel
    1. California Energy Commission Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activitie, Jean Baronas, California Energy Commission
    2. South Coast Air Quality Management District Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities, Naveen Berry, South Coast Air Quality Management District
    3. CARB's Hydrogen and FCEV Efforts, Andrew Martinez, California Air Resources Board
  3. Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Powered Industrial Vehicles, Carroll Burgess, U.S. Postal Service
  4. Fuel Cell Development for Tactical Vehicles, Kari Drotleff, U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center
  5. Fuel Cell Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Development, Richard Stroman, Naval Research Laboratory
  6. State and Federal-Supported Hydrogen RD&D in Hawaii, Dave Molinaro, Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies
  7. Federal Railroad Administration-Sponsored Locomotive Project, Jack Brouwer, University of California, Irvine
  8. National Fuel Cell Bus Program, Sean Ricketson, Federal Transit Administration
  9. Fuel Cell R&D for Earth and Space Applications, Ian Jakupca, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. The Brentwood Station Experience, Robin Nixon, National Park Service
  11. Alternative Fuel Corridors, Diane Turchetta, Federal Highway Administration
  12. Hydrogen-Related Activities at EPA, Susan Burke, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  13. Regional Hydrogen Infrastructure Panel
    1. Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition, Pat Valente, Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition
    2. The California Experience, Bill Elrick, California Fuel Cell Partnership
    3. Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Joel Rinebold, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
  14. NSF-Sponsored Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Related R&D, Carole Read, National Science Foundation

Interagency Posters

  1. Dual Mode Energy Conversion and Storage Flow Battery, Chris Capuano, Proton OnSite
  2. Precious Metal Free Regenerative Hydrogen Electrode, Barr Zulevi, Pajarito Powder
  3. Low-Temperature NH3 Cracking Membrane Reactor for Hydrogen Refueling Stations, Zhong Tang, Bettergy Corp.
  4. Protonic Ceramics for Energy Storage and Electricity Generation with Ammonia, Hossein Ghezel-Ayagh, Fuel Cell Energy
  5. Low-Cost Intermediate-Temperature Fuel-Flexible Protonic-Ceramic Fuel Cell and Stack, Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines
  6. High-Efficiency Ammonia Production from Water and Nitrogen, Hui Xu, Giner, Inc.
  7. High-Rate Ammonia Synthesis by Intermediate Temperature Solid-State Alkaline Electrolyzer, Feng Zhao, Storagenergy
  8. AEM Electrolyzers: The Low-Cost Alternative for Renewable Hydrogen Generation?, Rich Masel, Dioxide Materials
  9. Basic Science Underpinning Hydrogen and Fuel Cells at DOE, Viviane Schwartz, DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences
  10. Neutron Imaging Study of the Water Transport in Operating Fuel Cells, David Jacobson, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  11. Hydrogen from Wastewater Biogas, Nick Josefik, Army Corps of Engineers
  12. Operational Energy from Seawater, Heather Willauer, Naval Research Laboratory
  13. Designing a Fuel Cell Watercraft, Dana Wilkes, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  14. DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office: What We Do, Kenneth Kort, DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office

To locate posters and presentations from other meeting sessions, go to the main page of the 2018 Annual Merit Review Proceedings.