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Symposium CK
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Materials and Technology Challenges

Conveners:
Antonino S. ARICO’, CNR-ITAE, Italy (Programme Chair)
Massimiliano LO FARO, CNR-ITAE, Italy

Members:
Elisabetta DI BARTOLOMEO, Rome Tor Vergata University, Italy
Elisabeth DJURADO, LEPMI - Grenoble, France
Juergen FLEIG, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Teruhisa HORITA, AIST, Japan
John T.S. IRVINE, University of St. Andrews, UK
Tatsumi ISHIHARA, Kyushu University, Japan
San Ping JIANG, Curtin University, Australia
Tatsuya KAWADA, Tohoku University, Japan
Michihisa KOYAMA, Shinshu University, Japan
Fernando MARQUES, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Nguyen MINH, University of California at San Diego, USA
Edward M. SABOLSKY, West Virgin University, USA
Yixiang SHI, Tsinghua University, China
Subhash C. SINGHAL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Stephen SKINNER, Imperial College London, UK
Daria VLADIKOVA, BAS, Bulgaria
 
Scott BARNETT, Northwestern University, USA
Barbara BOSIO, University of Genova, Italy
M. Paola CARPANESE, University of Genova, Italy
Fabio CORAL FONSECA, IPEN - Nuclear and Energy Research Institute, Brazil
Peter A. CROZIER, Arizona State University, USA
Elisabeth DJURADO, LEPMI - Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
Marie-Laure FONTAINE, Sintef, Norway
Peter HOLTAPPELS, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Jong-Eun HONG, Korea Institute of Energy Research, South Korea
Teruhisa HORITA, AIST, Japan
Maxime HUBERT, CEA LITEN, France
John IRVINE, University of St. Andrew, UK
Tomohiro ISHIYAMA, AIST, Japan
Mariya IVANOVA, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
Tatsuya KAWADA, Tohoku University, Japan
Dino KLOTZ, Kyushu University, Japan
Genki KOBAYASHI, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan
Aline LEON, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Meilin LIU, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Xingbo LIU, West Virginia University, USA
Fernando MARQUES, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Manfred MARTIN, RWTH Aachen, Germany
Glenn C. MATHER, Instituto de Ceramics y Vidrio, CSIC, Spain
Yoshio MATSUZAKI, Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd. / Kyushu University, Japan
Norbert MENZLER / Christian LENSER, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Jae-Ha MYUNG, Incheon National University, South Korea
Andreas NENNING, TU Wien, Austria
Alexander K. OPITZ, TU Wien, Austria
Paolo PICCARDO, University of Genova, Italy
Gergana RAIKOVA, Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems, Bulgaria
Xueyan SONG, West Virginia University, USA
Enrico TRAVERSA, University Tor Vergata Rome, Italy
Daria VLADIKOVA, Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems, Bulgaria
Eric D. WACHSMAN, University of Maryland, USA
Yuqing WANG, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Changrong XIA, University of Science & Technology of China, China
Xiao-Dong ZHOU, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
 
Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) are advanced and sustainable energy technologies to address fuel conversion, energy efficiency, polluting emissions and related effects on global warming and climate changes. SOFCs deliver electrical energy at high efficiency by consuming different type of fuels including hydrogen, hydrocarbons, alcohols etc. that are supplied on-demand to the cell. SOFC technology fed with sustainable fuels such as “green” hydrogen and bio-fuels can thus contribute to achieve the targets concerning with reduction of greenhouse gases emissions, increase of renewable power sources and energy efficiency. These technologies comply with the requirement of a low carbon economy by 2050. Solid oxide fuel cells are solid-state electrochemical devices based on ceramic materials that provide superior solution for several applications including distributed generation of electrical energy in combined heat and power systems as well as for transportation. In particular, they offer an efficient solution for energy applications in residential and integrated industrial systems, and as auxiliary power units in transportation. New frontiers in this field deal with protonic systems, direct oxidation of organic fuels, advanced fuel processing of high molecular weight hydrocarbons, additive manufacturing-3D printing etc.
The International Symposium on “Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Materials and Technology Challenges”, aims to collect all innovative contributes in the area of Solid Oxide Cells based devices boosting a renewed propensity towards more realistic applications and an increased social acceptance of these technologies. This symposium will focus on major advances in materials science, modeling, processing, stack manufacturing and system development for solid oxide ceramic fuel cells.
 
Original papers are solicited on different types of solid oxide fuel cells. Of particular interest are recent developments of advanced materials, novel stack designs, emerging cell technologies, solid oxide fuel cell applications, optimization and breakthroughs in performance. Reviews of the state-of-the-art solid oxide fuel cell performance for specific applications, including consumer devices, electric vehicles, and distributed energy systems, may also be submitted.
Session Topics

CK-1 High temperature solid oxide fuel cells

Materials and processes, fuel processing, mechanical and thermal properties

CK-2 Intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells

Oxygen ion, proton and mixed conductors, surface and interface reactions

CK-3 New frontiers in solid oxide fuel cell

Direct oxidation of organic fuels and carbon, reversible solid-oxide fuel cells, additive manufacturing-3D printing

CK-4 SOFC cells, stack design, system demonstration and application

Electrochemical performance, reliability, degradability, fuel versatility

CK-5 Modelling of SOFC materials, processes and devices

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