Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

B12 - Solid State Ionic Devices 9 - Ion Conducting Thin Films and Multilayers

 

Monday, October 8, 2012

South Pacific 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Ion Conducting Thin Film Electrolytes 1

Co-Chairs: Eric Wachsman, John Kilner
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
09:00   1879   Innovative Oxides Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1880   Study of Crystal Growth in Oxide Thin Films Fabricated by Pulsed Laser Deposition N. Sata, S. Tamura, Y. Fujiwara, Y. Shibata, F. Iguchi, H. Yugami (Tohoku University), Y. Nagao (JAIST), H. Kageyama, and K. Nomura (AIST Kansai)
10:40   1881   Probing PrxCe1-xO2-d Thin Film Defect Concentrations Using In Situ Optical Absorption and Impedance Spectroscopy Techniques S. R. Bishop (Kyushu University), D. Chen, J. Kim, N. Thompson, and H. L. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
11:00   1882   Metastable Thin Films for Energy Applications: On Structural Lattice Anomalies and Electrical Transport J. L. Rupp, S. Bishop (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), E. Fabbri (Paul Scherrer Institute), J. Han (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), D. Marrochelli (Trinity College Dublin), E. Traversa (National Institute for Materials Science), H. L. Tuller, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
11:20   1883   Relating Nanostructures of Yttria-Stabilized-Zirconia Thin Films to Their Proton Conductivity J. Martynczuk, M. V. Schlupp, B. Scherrer (ETH Zurich), D. Stender (Paul Scherrer Institute), R. Tölke, A. Evans, M. Prestat, and L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich)
11:40   1884   Ion Conduction in BaZr0.85Y0.15O3-δ Films Fabricated by Pulsed Laser Deposition in Various Conditions D. Jang, K. Bae, and J. Shim (Korea University)
 

Ion Conducting Thin Film Multilayers

Co-Chairs: Enrico Traversa, Shu Yamaguchi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1885   Do Oxygen-Ion Conductors Feel the Strain D. Pergolesi (National Institute for Materials Science), E. Fabbri (Paul Scherrer Institute), S. N. Cook (Imperial College London), V. Roddatis (CIC Energigune), E. Traversa (Univeristy of Roma Tor Vergata), and J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London)
14:40   1886   Epitaxial Zirconia and Ceria Based Thin Films and Multilayers with Arbitrary Composition W. Shen, J. Jiang, and J. L. Hertz (University of Delaware)
15:00   1887   Electric Conductivity in Cu- and Ga-Doped Pr2NiO4 Nano Film Laminated with Sm-Doped CeO2 J. Hyodo and T. Ishihara (Kyushu University)
15:20   1888   Electronic Activation in the (La0.8Sr0.2)CoO3/(La0.5Sr0.5)2CoO4 Supperlattices at High Temperature Y. Chen, Z. Cai, Y. Kuru, H. L. Tuller, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
15:40   1889   Low Energy Ion Scattering (LEIS) Analysis of SrTiO3 (100) and NdGaO3 (110) Single Crystal Surface Terminations A. Cavallaro (Imperial College, London) and J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London)
 

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

South Pacific 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Ion Conducting Thin Film Electrolytes 2

Co-Chairs: Jennifer Rupp, Joshua Hertz
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1890  
CANCELLED
Enhanced Oxygen Surface Exchange Kinetics in Surface Modified Yttria Stabilized Zirconia by Atomic Layer Deposition J. Park (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C. Chao, X. Tian (Stanford University), J. Shim (Korea University), and F. Prinz (Stanford University)
08:20   1891   Thin Film Electrolyte Membranes of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Prepared by Aerosol Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition M. V. Schlupp (ETH Zurich), J. Courbat, D. Briand, N. De Rooij (EPFL Lausanne), M. Prestat, and L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich)
08:40   1892  
CANCELLED
Ion Conduction in Nanoscale Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Thin Films Fabricated by Atomic Layer Deposition K. Son, M. Bae, K. Bae, J. Ha, and J. Shim (Korea University)
09:00   1893   Atomic Resolution Imaging of Oxygen Columns in Oxide Ion Conductor Using HRTEM J. An, A. Koh (stanford university), J. Park (Department of Mechanical Engineering, 440 Escondido Mall Bldg 530-226, Stanford, CA94305, USA), H. Jung, T. M. Gür, and F. B. Prinz (Stanford University)
09:20   1894   Detecting Li-Ion Currents on the Nanoscale through a Thin Film Battery N. Balke, S. Jesse, A. Tselev, N. J. Dudney, and S. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Ion Conducting Thin Film Multilayers and Devices

Co-Chairs: Noriko Sata, Michel Prestat
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   1895   Lateral Oxygen Tracer Diffusion in a Multilayered SDC/PNCG Film Displaying Enhanced Electrical Conductivity S. N. Cook (Imperial College London), J. Druce (International Institute for Carbon Neutral Research), T. Ishihara (Kyushu University), and J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London)
10:20   1896   Analysis of Lateral Diffusion of Oxide Ions along YSZ-MgO(100) Interface K. Bae (Korea University), J. Park (Department of Mechanical Engineering, 440 Escondido Mall Bldg 530-226, Stanford, CA94305, USA), F. B. Prinz (Stanford University), J. Son, and J. Shim (Korea University)
10:40   1897   Electrochemical Performance of Free-standing Micro-Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Membranes using De-alloyed Pt-Y-Al Electrodes R. Tölke, M. Prestat, H. Galinski, J. Martynczuk, and L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich)
11:00   1898   Thin Pulsed Laser Deposited Bilayer Electrolytes in Anode-Supported SOFCs J. S. Hardy (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Lu (Praxair Inc.), J. W. Templeton, and J. W. Stevenson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
11:20   1899   Morphological and Compositional Changes on YSZ/GDC Bi-layered SOFC Electrolytes in Various Temperature and Reducing Environments Y. Jee (Seoul National University), J. An (Stanford University), J. Choi, T. Park, G. Cho (Seoul National University), M. Lee (University of California, Merced), F. B. Prinz (Stanford University), and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
11:40   1900   Cation Interdiffusion Model for Enhanced Oxygen Kinetics at Oxide Heterostructure Interfaces M. Gadre (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Y. Lee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
 

Ion Conducting Thin Film Electrodes

Co-Chairs: Daniele Pergolesi, Bilge Yildiz
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1901   Nanostructured La0.6Sr0.4CoO3-δ Cathodes Prepared by Spray Pyrolysis for Thin Film SOFC M. Prestat, Z. Yáng, O. Pecho (ETH Zurich), L. Holzer (Zurich University of Applied Sciences), J. Martynczuk, A. Evans, L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich), T. Hocker (Zurich University of Applied Sciences), J. Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and J. Son (Korea University)
14:20   1902   Cation Segregation and Electrochemical Activity of Ruddlesden Popper Phase Cobalt Oxides in Oxygen Reduction and Oxygen Evolution Z. Cai, Y. Chen, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
14:40   1903   In Situ Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Epitaxial Strontium Substituted Lanthanum Cobalt Oxides Near Operating Conditions Under Applied Potentials E. J. Crumlin, E. Mutoro (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Z. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), M. D. Biegalski (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), W. T. Hong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), H. M. Christen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), H. Bluhm (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
15:00   1904   Hard X-ray Surface Composition and Electronic Structure Measurements of Heteroepitaxial Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathode Material J. N. Davis (Boston University), L. Saraf, T. Kaspar (PNNL), S. Gopalan, U. B. Pal (Boston University), J. Woicik (National Institute of Standards and Technology), S. Basu, and K. F. Ludwig (Boston University)
15:20   1905   Spray Pyrolysis Deposition and Electrochemistry of La0.5Sr0.5Mn0.5Co0.5O3-δ Thin Film Anodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Z. Yáng, S. Bisig, M. Prestat, and L. Gauckler (ETH Zurich)
15:40   1906   Synthesis and Characterization of Ruthenium - Gadolinia-doped Ceria Composite Thin Film Anode for Direct Methane SOFCs Y. Takagi (SONY Corporation) and S. Ramanathan (Harvard University)
16:00   1907   Nanostructured Vanadium Oxide Anodes for Thin Film Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells Q. Van Overmeere and S. Ramanathan (Harvard University)
16:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Modeling and Devices

Co-Chairs: Dane Morgan, Keith Duncan
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
16:40   1908  
CANCELLED
Atomistic Investigation of Oxygen Vacancy Induced Volume Changes in CeO2 Grain Boundaries S. Kim and V. B. Shenoy (Brown University)
17:00   1909   Obtaining Mixed Ionic/Electronic Conductivity in Perovskite Oxides at Anodic Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Conditions: A Computational Approach S. Suthirakun, S. C. Ammal, and A. Heyden (University of South Carolina)
17:20   1910   Electrochromic Films Produced by Ultrasonic Spray Deposition of Mesoporous Tungsten Oxide C. Li, F. Lin, R. M. Richards (Colorado School of Mines), R. Tenent, A. Dillon (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and C. Wolden (Colorado School of Mines)
17:40   1911   Development of Safe All Inorganic Li-Ion Batteries L. Castro (CEMES/CNRS), G. Jouan (LRCS/CNRS), A. Kubanska (MADIREL/CNRS), V. Seznec (LRCS/CNRS), L. Tortet (MADIREL/CNRS), M. Morcrette, V. Viallet (LRCS/CNRS), R. Bouchet (MADIREL/CNRS), and M. Dollé (CEMES/CNRS)
18:00   1912   Stabilization of NASICON-Type LiZr2(PO4)3 at Room Temperature L. Castro (CEMES/CNRS), A. Kubanska, L. Tortet, R. Bouchet (MADIREL/CNRS), and M. Dollé (CEMES/CNRS)
 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

South Pacific 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

SOFC Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: Tatsumi Ishihara, Srikant Gopalan
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1913   Open-Circuit Voltage Anomalies in Dense Bilayered Electrolytes: Explanation and Implications K. Duncan (University of the West Indies) and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
08:20   1914   Conductivity of New Electrolyte Material Pr1-xM1+xInO4(M=Ba,Sr) with Related Perovskite Structure for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells X. Li, H. Shimada, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
08:40   1915   Fabrication and Characterization of Nanosized (DyO1.5)x(WO3)y(BiO1.5)1-x-y for Lower Temperature SOFC Application A. A. Lidie, K. Lee, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
09:00   1916   Investigation of Electrolyte and Electrode Effects on GDC Electrolyte by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy L. Zhang, F. Liu, and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)
09:20   1917   Mapping Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Oxygen Vacancies in Fuel Cell Electrolytes on the Nanoscale S. Jesse, A. Kumar, M. D. Biegalski (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), A. Morozovska, E. Eliseev (National Academy of Science of Ukraine), F. Ciucci (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and S. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

SOFC Anodes

Co-Chairs: Elisabeth Djurado, Kazunari Sasaki
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   1918   Effect of Sulfur Poisoning on Exchange Current Density of SOFC Anodes T. Hosoi, T. Yonekura, T. Yoshizumi (Kyushu University), Y. Tachikawa, S. Taniguchi (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), Y. Shiratori, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)
10:20   1919   Thin Film Ceria Based Anodes for a Single Direct Carbon Fuel Cell M. G. Werhahn, O. Schneider, and U. Stimming (Technische Universität München)
10:40   1920   Anode Materials and Design for Lower Temperature, Hydrocarbon-Fueled Solid Oxide Fuel Cells C. Gore, K. Lee, H. Yoon, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
11:00   1921   Degradation Induced by Sintering of Ni-YSZ Anode in SOFCs Y. Lee, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
11:20   1922   Electrical Performance of La-Substituted SrTiO3 Anode Material with Deficient in A-Site G. Chen, H. Kishimoto, K. Yamaji, K. Kuramoto, and T. Horita (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
11:40   1923  
CANCELLED
Infiltrated Ni-ScYSZ Fuel-Electrodes with Improved Carbon and Sulfur Tolerance C. Graves, S. Ricote, and T. Ramos (Technical University of Denmark)
 

SOFC Cathodes

Co-Chairs: Olga Marina, Fanglin Chen
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1924   Synergy Effects of Pr2NiO4 and Ba(La)CoO3 on Cathodic Activity for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells T. Ishihara, J. Xie, Y. Ju, and S. Ida (Kyushu University)
14:40   1925   Electrochemical Study on LSCF Cathode Reaction as a Function of Microstructure, Temperature and Oxygen Partial Pressure D. Marinha, L. Dessemond, and E. Djurado (CNRS-Grenoble INP-UDS-UJF)
15:00   1926   Effects of Strontium Dopant Concentration on the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Rate Limiting Steps in LaxSr1-xCo0.2Fe3-δ Cathodes A. Dynkin, S. Basu, U. B. Pal, and S. Gopalan (Boston University)
15:20   1927   Control of Activity and Stability by Tailoring Microstructure of Electrocatalyst-Modified Composite Cathode of SOFC S. Lee, P. Ohodnicki, and K. Gerdes (U.S. Department of Energy)
15:40   1928   Characterization and Modeling of Infiltrated SOFC Cathode X. Liu, Y. Li, M. Gong (West Virginia University), K. Gerdes (U.S. Department of Energy), R. Gemmen (National Energy Technology Lab), R. Pakalapati, I. Celik (West Virginia University), and T. Horita (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1929   Ab Initio Based Modeling of LaMnO3±δ Defect Chemistry for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes Y. Lee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
16:40   1930   A-Site Diffusion in La1-xSrxMnO3: Ab Initio and Kinetic Monte Carlo Calculations B. Puchala (Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison), Y. Lee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
17:00   1931   Influence of Water Vapor on Sulfur Distribution Within La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3 Cathode F. Wang, K. Yamaji, D. Cho, T. Shimonosono, M. Nishi, H. Kishimoto, M. Brito, T. Horita, and H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
17:20   1932   Electrochemical Operation of La(Ni,Fe)O3 under Cr-Poisoning Conditions M. K. Stodolny (Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands), B. A. Boukamp, D. H. Blank (University of Twente), and F. P. Van Berkel (Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands)
17:40   1933   Nonlinear Electrochemistry Impedance Spectroscopy and Its Applications N. Xu, J. Riley, and J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London)
18:00   1934   Ultra Small Angle X-ray Scattering Studies of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathode Powders K. Chang, B. Ingram, M. Hopper, J. Ilavsky, and H. You (Argonne National Laboratory)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

B12 - Poster Session

Co-Chairs: Eric Wachsman, John Kilner, Enrico Traversa, Shu Yamaguchi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   1935   In Situ Examination of Oxygen Kinetics in La1-xSrxCoO3-δ Thin Films at Intermediate and Low Temperatures by X-ray Diffraction M. D. Biegalski and S. V. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
o   1936   Preparation of A2BB'O6 Oxides by Pechini Method for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells S. Kim, A. Dorai, D. Seo, I. Han, J. Yu, S. Kim, J. Joo, and S. Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   1937   Crystal Structure and Electrical Properties of Al-Doped Lanthanum Silicate Solid Electrolytes T. Funahashi, A. Mineshige, H. Mieda, Y. Daiko (University of Hyogo), H. Yoshioka (Hyogo Prefectural Institute of Technology), and T. Yazawa (University of Hyogo)
o   1938   Power Generation of Rechargeable Direct Carbon Fuel Cells with Batch-type Charging System H. Tanaka, A. Yabuki, X. Li, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o   1939   A Comparative Study on Microstructural Change of LSM/SDC and LSCF/SDC Interfaces M. Komoto, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
o   1940   Study of La0.1Sr0.9Co0.8Fe0.2O3-δ for Ceria-Based IT-SOFC Cathode M. Choi, H. Im, K. Lee, and S. Song (Chonnam National University)
o   1941   Evaluation of Y and Fe Co-Doped SrTiO3 as Anode Material for SOFC H. Im, M. Choi, S. Jeon, and S. Song (Chonnam National University)
o   1942   Resistivity and Interfacial Properties of CGO-YSZ Bilayers in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells J. Hjelm, P. Hjalmarsson, K. Brodersen, and S. Foghmoes (Technical University of Denmark)
o   1943   Cathode Performance and Deposited Cr under Cr Poisoning Condition in the (La0.6Sr0.4)(Co0.2Fe0.8)O3 Cathode D. Cho, T. Horita, M. Brito, K. Yamaji, H. Kishimoto, M. Nish, T. Shimonosono, F. Wang, and H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o   1944   Performance Degradation and Microstructural Change of Ni-YSZ Anode upon Thermal and Redox Cycles M. Kubota, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
o   1945   Electrochemical Studies of LSCF Powder Prepared using Pechini Process for IT-SOFC Unit Cell H. Jeon, H. Kim, T. Kim, and H. Kim* (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology)
o   1946   Correlation between Protonic Conductivity and Structure of Phosphate Glasses for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells H. Sumi, Y. Fujishiro (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), T. Oine, and T. Kasuga (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
o   1947   Proton Conduction in CsH(PO3H) under Dry or Humid Conditions M. Nagao, A. Ikeda, and S. M. Haile (California Institute of Technology)
o   1948   Structure and Electrochemical Property of Various Valence Metal Ion Co-doped Scandia Stabilized Zirconia N. Sonoyama, M. Ikeda, Y. Ota (Nagoya institute of Technology), N. Imanishi, A. Hirano, Y. Takeda, and O. Yamamoto (Mie university)
o   1949   Fabrication of a Micro-tubular Bi-Layered Membrane by Electrophoretic Deposition K. Lee, J. Seo, J. Yoon, and H. Hwang (Inha university)
o   1950   Analysis of Electrical Conduction Mechanism of LaNi1-xMxO3-δ (M = Fe, Mn) E. Niwa, H. Maeda, C. Uematsu, and T. Hashimoto (Nihon University)
o   1951   Oxygen Transport Properties of Al doped La2NiO4+δ S. Jeon, M. Choi, H. Im, and S. Song (Chonnam National University)
o   1952   Transport Properties of the Proton Conducting BaCe0.45Zr0.4Y0.15O3-δ D. Lim, M. Choi, H. Im, K. Lee, and S. Song (Chonnam National University)
o   1953   Performance of BaCe0.85Y0.15O3-δ Electrolyte for the Proton Conducting Ceramic Fuel Cells K. Lee, M. Choi, D. Lim, and S. Song (Chonnam National University)
o   1954   Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Oxygen Ion Diffusion in LaInO3-δ Perovskite Structure Doped with Ba and Sr S. Jeong, K. Hwang (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology), M. Yoon, and H. Hwang (Inha University)
o   1955   Hydrothermal Synthesis and 3D-Arrangement of CeO2 Nanocrystals K. Kobayashi, M. Haneda, and M. Ozawa (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
o   1956   Thin Film Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries: Improved Electrochemical Properties and Mechanism Study Z. Cui, P. Yu, and X. Guo (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
o   1957   A Novel All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery with In Situ Formed Negative Electrode Material Y. Amiki, F. Sagane, and Y. Iriyama (Shizuoka University)
o   1958   Ionic and Electronic Conductivity in Telluride Glass Systems: Interfacial Materials for All-Solid-State Devices I. Alekseev (St. Petersburg University), E. Bychkov, D. Le Coq, M. Kassem, M. Fourmentin (University of Littoral), and T. Usuki (Yamagata University)
o   1959   Mechanistic Study of the Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis Using Isotopic Exchange M. Tsampas, F. Sapountzi, A. Boréave, and P. Vernoux (CNRS)
o   1960   Defect Chemistry and Transport Properties in MnO2 Nanowires B. C. Solomon, J. Wu (University of South Carolina), E. Thomsen (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Yang (Beijing University), and X. Zhou (University of South Carolina)
 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

South Pacific 1, Mid-Pacific Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Proton Conductors

Co-Chairs: Sean Bishop, Hiroshige Matsumoto
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1961   Enhanced Proton Conductivity by Hydrogenation in Anodic ZrO2-WO3-SiO2 Nanofilms K. Ye, Y. Aoki, E. Tsuji (Hokkaido University), S. Nagata (Tohoku University), and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University)
08:20   1962   Water-Absorbing Porous Electrolyte Based on Sulfated Hydrous Titania and Application to Water Electrolysis S. Kim, T. Sakai (Kyushu University), J. Hamagami (Kurume National College of Technology), Y. Okuyama, H. Oda, T. Ishihara, and H. Matsumoto (Kyushu University)
08:40   1963   Current-Voltage Relation in (La,Ce)PO4 Mixed-Conducting Ceramics H. L. Ray and L. De Jonghe (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
09:00   1964   Proton Conductivity and Stability of In3+ Doped SnP2O7 with Varying P:M C. R. Kreller, M. Wilson, R. Mukundan, E. L. Brosha, and F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
09:20   1965   Simulations of Proton Conduction in Tin Pyrophosphates N. J. Henson, F. H. Garzon, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1966   First-Principles Defect Equilibrium Calculations in Rare-Earth Phosphate Electrolytes with Mixed Conductivity N. Adelstein, H. L. Ray, M. Asta, and L. De Jonghe (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
10:20   1967  
CANCELLED
Effect of Multi-Site Doping on The Conductivity of ABO3 Perovskite Mixed Proton/Electron Conductors K. Pan and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
10:40   1968   Nanoionics Applied to Proton Conducting Ceramics J. Tong, D. Clark, S. Nikodemski, M. Shang, A. Herring, C. Wolden, A. Bunge, and R. O'Hayre (Colorado School of Mines)
11:00   1969  
CANCELLED
Functional Relationships between Structure and Transport in the BZY and BCY Proton Conductors A. Braun and Q. Chen (Empa)
11:20   1970   Improving the Performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells with BaZrO3 Electrolyte by Using Sinteractive Anodic Powders L. Bi, E. Fabbri (National Institute for Materials Science), and E. Traversa (Univeristy of Roma Tor Vergata)
 

SOFC Performance

Co-Chairs: Teruhisa Horita, Xiao Dong Zhou
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1971   Magnesium Manganese Spinel Coatings for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Interconnects S. Joshi, C. Silva, and A. Petric (McMaster University)
14:20   1972   Increased Performance Stability of SOFC Cathodes by Use of Protective Coatings on Metallic Interconnectors M. Kornely (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), N. Menzler (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), A. Weber, and E. Iver-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
14:40   1973   Imaging of Oxide Ionic Diffusion at Cathode/Interlayer/Electrolyte Interfaces for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: long-term operation effects T. Horita, D. Cho, T. Shimonosono, M. Nishi, H. Kishimoto, K. Yamaji, and H. Yokokawa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
15:00   1974   Novel Anode Material for Direct Hydrocarbon Solid Oxide Fuel Cells C. Yang, Z. Yang, G. Xiao, L. Zhang (University of South Carolina), M. Han (China University of Mining and Technology), and F. Chen (University of South Carolina)
15:20   1975   Efficient High Power Density SOFCs with Zirconia/Bismuth Oxide Bilayered Electrolytes K. Lee and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
15:40   1976   Process Integration for Scale-Up of Ce0.9Gd0.1O1.95 Electrolyte-Based LT-SOFCs H. Yoon, C. M. Gore, A. A. Lidie, K. Lee, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1977   Performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells on H2, NH3 and Hydrocarbon Fuels M. Han, J. Xiong, and S. C. Singhal (China University of Mining and Technology)
16:40   1978   Improved Power Density by (Mn, Fe) Doped CeO2 as a Oxide Anode for Ni-Fe Metal Support SOFC Y. Ju, S. Ida, and T. Ishihara (Kyushu University)
17:00   1979   Effect of Co Addition on Sintering and Electrical Properties of La-Doped CeO2 as a Buffer Layer for Doped LaGaO3 Electrolyte Films of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells J. Hong, S. Ida, and T. Ishihara (Kyushu University)
17:20   1980   Effect of Fuel Utilization on the Performance of Nickel/Zirconia Anode-Supported SOFCs O. A. Marina (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), C. Coyle, D. Edwards, and J. Stevenson (PNNL)
17:40   1981   Durability of SOFC Against Thermal and Redox Cycling M. Hanasaki, C. Uryu (Kyushu University), S. Taniguchi (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), Y. Shiratori, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)
18:00   1982   Sulfur-Poisoning in Reformate Fuelled Anode Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells A. Kromp, S. Dierickx (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)), A. Leonide (Siemens Corporate Technology), A. Weber (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))