I-8 – Ceramic Proton and Hydride Ion Conductors

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Organizers: Truls Norby (University of Oslo, Norway); Tor Svendsen Bjørheim (University of Oslo, Norway); Hiroshige Matsumoto (Kyushu University, Japan); Ryan O’Hayre (Colorado School of Mines, USA).

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Guilhem Dezanneau

Ecole Centrale Paris, France

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Title of the Presentation: "Experimental study of the mechanical properties of Yttrium-doped barium zirconate electrolyte material".

Maria Gomez

Mount Holyoke College, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "The effect of acceptor dopant and oxygen vacancies on proton conduction pathways in barium zirconate".

John Irvine

University of St. Andrews, UK

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Title of the Presentation: "Studies on ionic conductivity in saline hydrides".

Genki Kobayashi

Institute for Molecular Science, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Relationship between anion arrangement and H- conductivity in La-Sr-Li oxyhydride".

Gilles Taillades

University of Montpellier, France

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Title of the Presentation: "Synthesis and processing of materials for efficient PCFCs".

 

 

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Marie-Laure Fontaine

SINTEF, Norway

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Title of the Presentation: "Segmented-in-series proton ceramic fuel cells with tubular geometry".

Sossina M. Haile

Northwestern University, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Double Perovskite Oxides as Cathodes for PCFCs".

Yeong-Cheol Kim

Korea University of Technology and Education, Republic of Korea

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Title of the Presentation: "Proton conduction at barium zirconate electrolyte surface using density functional theory".

Sandrine Ricote

Colorado School of Mines, USA

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Title of the Presentation: "Hydration of BaCexZr0.9-xY0.1O3-d (x = 0-0.2) proton conductors: from fundamental studies to practical applications".

Yoshihiro Yamazaki

Kyushu University, Japan

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Title of the Presentation: "Hydrogen bonding defines proton transport in doped barium zirconates".

Invited Speakers