The Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition (FCS&E), October 31st – November 3rd provides opportunity to learn about and experience the latest advances in fuel cell research, development and demonstration/application.
This year we celebrate 35 years as a forum for researchers and developers alike to share new findings, as well as successes and failures, within the fuel cell community. The 2011 technical program will feature four tracks that cover all aspects of fuel cell R&D, applications, and commercialization. Topic presented will be High Temperature Research and Development; Fuel Processing; Low Temperature Research and Development; Hydrogen Research and Development; Fuel Cell Testing; Fuel Cell Modeling; Demonstrations and End-User Perspectives, Commercialization; and Global Overviews.
With exhibitors from Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Sweden, Taiwan, the UK, and the US, the 2011 Exposition will provide attendees with a global perspective of the market. The exposition allows attendees to touch real fuel cell systems and components and it provides the opportunity to network with leaders of the international fuel cell industry.
For more information see: Fuel Cell Seminar 2011