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Under the motto “Power and biomass to hydrogen”, we invite authors interested in contributing abstracts on the topics listed here in. The authors should submit their abstracts for oral presentations of 20 mins or poster presentations.
Contributions to the WHEC 2018 should be original and should not have been presented elsewhere. They should make clear the main scientific, technical and economic points to be addressed, paying particular attention to innovative and unique aspects.

List of Topics

  • 1.
    Hydrogen energy
    • 1.1 Environmental impact of hydrogen and fuel cells
    • 1.2 Hydrogen energy and renewable energies
    • 1.3 Hydrogen systems assessment
    • 1.4 IEA Hydrogen Implementing Agreement
    • 1.5 Managing the transition toward a hydrogen-oriented society
  • 2.
    Fuel cells
    • 2.1 Advanced electrolytes and MEA concepts
    • 2.2 Alkaline fuel cells
    • 2.3 Direct fuel cells
    • 2.4 Electrolyzers
    • 2.5 Fuel cell components
    • 2.6 Fuel cell modelling
    • 2.7 Fuel cell stacks
    • 2.8 Fuel cell system modelling
    • 2.9 Fuel cell systems & balance of plants
    • 2.10 Materials for fuel cells
    • 2.11 Microbial fuel cells
    • 2.12 Molten carbonates fuel cells
    • 2.13 Other fuel cells
    • 2.14 Phosphoric acid fuel cell
    • 2.15 Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
    • 2.16 Reversible fuel cells
    • 2.17 Solid oxide fuel cells
    • 2.18 Fuel cell operations
    • 2.19 Fuel cell reliability and durability
    • 2.20 Fuel cell reduced cost
  • 3.
    Science and technologies of hydrogen and hydrogen-rich fuels production from biomass
    • 3.1 Biological processes
    • 3.2 Biomass to hydrogen
    • 3.3 Electrolysis
    • 3.4 Fermentative hydrogen production
    • 3.5 Hydrogen production: catalysis
    • 3.6 Hydrogen purification technologies
    • 3.7 Hydrogen separation membranes
    • 3.8 Photo-Biological hydrogen production
    • 3.9 Photo-electrothemical processes
    • 3.10 Power to hydrogen
    • 3.11 Reforming and gasification
    • 3.12 Renewable primary energy potential for hydrogen
    • 3.13 Thermochemical cycles
  • 4.
    Energy storage using hydrogen produced from excess renewable electricity: Power to hydrogen
    • 4.1 Chemical adsorption technologies
    • 4.2 Chemical storage
    • 4.3 Compressed hydrogen
    • 4.4 Geological storage
    • 4.5 Hydrides
    • 4.6 Liquid hydrogen
    • 4.7 Other storage systems
    • 4.8 Physical adsorption technologies
    • 4.9 Renewable energy and hydrogen production
  • 5.
    Hydrogen energy engineering application and products
    • 5.1 Electrification in transportation systems
    • 5.2 Fuel cell APUs
    • 5.3 Fuel cell portable systems
    • 5.4 Fuel cell powertrains
    • 5.5 Fuel cell vehicles
    • 5.6 Heavy-duty vehicles applications
    • 5.7 Hydrogen distribution technologies
    • 5.8 Hydrogen internal combustion engines
    • 5.9 Hydrogen systems modelling
    • 5.10 Marine applications
    • 5.11 Other applications of hydrogen as a fuel
    • 5.12 Pipelines
    • 5.13 Rail applications
    • 5.14 Refueling stations
    • 5.15 Space and aeronautics applications
    • 5.16 Stationary systems applications
    • 5.17 Transport systems analysis and "Well-to-Wheel" studies
    • 5.18 Transportation
    • 5.19 Hydrogen turbines
    • 5.20 Infrastructure system modelling
  • 6.
    Market, commercialization and deployment of hydrogen energy technologies
    • 6.1 Life cycle assessment and economic impact
    • 6.2 Demonstration projects, cost and market introduction
    • 6.3 Hydrogen deployment and cost
    • 6.4 Hydrogen research funding
    • 6.5 Market trends
    • 6.6 Off-grid power supply and premium power generation
  • 7.
    Regulatory framework, safety aspects, public policies and social acceptance of hydrogen energy
    technologies
    • 7.1 Codes and standards of hydrogen usage
    • 7.2 Education and training on hydrogen handling
    • 7.3 Education and public awareness
    • 7.4 Energy policy and potentials of renewable energies
    • 7.5 Hydrogen and fuel cell codes and standards
    • 7.6 Hydrogen associated risk management
    • 7.7 Hydrogen economy commercialization
    • 7.8 Hydrogen effects on materials structure
    • 7.9 Hydrogen sensors
    • 7.10 Hydrogen storage regulations and handling
    • 7.11 Indoor/Outdoor hydrogen refueling
    • 7.12 National strategies and programs
    • 7.13 Research & development targets and priorities
    • 7.14 Socio-economic studies and concerns
    • 7.15 Test methods for hydrogen & fuel cells
    • 7.16 Vision, goals and priorities
  • 8.
    Others
Please submit your abstract using the following link: LINK