Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

B9 - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 12 (PEFC 12)

 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-0.1 Pt Catalysts on New Carbon Supports

Co-Chairs: Peter Pintauro & Akari Hayashi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   1260   Development of PEFCs with Nanostructurally Controlled Electrocatalysts A. Hayashi and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)
10:20   1261   Graphitized Aerogel Supported PEMFC catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction P. Kolla, Y. Normah, K. Kerce, and A. Smirnova (SDSM&T)
10:40   1262   Influence of Chemistry and Structure on the ORR Activity of Pt Supported on N-Doped Mesoporous Carbon S. Shrestha, S. Ashegi, J. Timbro, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut)
11:00   1263   Low Pt-Loaded Nanofiber Electrodes for Hydrogen/Air Fuel Cells M. Brodt and P. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University)
11:20   1264  
CANCELLED
Electrospinning : A Promising Pathway in the Design of Carbon Nanotubes-Based Electrodes for Hydrogen Fuel Cells S. Zils and M. Michel (CRP Henri Tudor)
11:40   1265   Durability of the Electrocatalyst Fabricated based on Carbon Nanotubes T. Fujigaya, B. Mohamad, and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University)
 

D-0.2 Pt-Based Cathode Catalyst Layers

Co-Chairs: Shyam Kocha & Hiroyuki Uchida
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1266   Cathode Thickness Dependency of Oxygen Reduction Rate in PEFC M. Kawase, S. Chin, G. Inoue, K. Sato, and M. Kageyama (Kyoto University)
14:20   1267   Investigation of Solvent Effects on Dispersion of Carbon Agglomerates and Nafion Ionomer Particles in Catalyst Inks Using Ultra Small Angle X-Ray Scattering and Cryo-TEM L. Sun (1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)), H. Zhang, L. Stanciu (Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and School of Materials Engineering), J. Ilavsky (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Xie (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)
14:40   1268   Structural Control and Evaluation of PEMFC Catalyst Layers by Blending Platinum-Supported/Stand-Alone Carbon Black T. Suzuki, S. Tsushima, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
15:00   1269   Influence of Nafion on the Electrochemical Activity of Pt-based Electrocatalysts S. S. Kocha, J. Zack, K. Neyerlin, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
15:20   1270   Analysis of Oxygen Transport Resistance of Nafion Thin Film on Pt Electrode K. Kudo (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc.)
15:40   1271   Effect of High Oxygen Permeable Ionomers on MEA Performance for PEFC K. Yamada, S. Hommura, and T. Shimohira (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.)
16:00   1272   Evaluation of Anion Adsorption on Pt Surface in MEA Y. Furuya, T. Mashio, A. Ohama (Nissan Mortor Co. Ltd), and K. Shinohara (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd)
16:20   1273   Elemental and Morphological Analysis of Novel Pt Catalysts Synthesized by Galvanic Displacement K. A. Perry (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), B. Larsen, K. Neyerlin, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
 

Monday, October 8, 2012

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Plenary Session

Co-Chairs: Hiroyuki Uchida & Hubert Gasteiger
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:20   1274   Hyundai's FCEVs: A Pathway to New Possibilities T. Lim and B. Ahn (Hyundai-Kia Motors)
09:00   1275   Development of Advanced Materials and Devices for Cost Reduction of PEFC CHP System H. OHARA (Panasonic Corporation) and T. Omura (Tokyo Gas Co., LTD)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1276   Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Lifetime Limitations: The Role of Electrocatalyst Degradation D. J. Myers, X. Wang, N. Kariuki, S. DeCrane, T. Nowicki, S. Arisetty, R. Subbaraman, R. K. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Gilbert (University of Wisconsin-Madison), B. Puchala (Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison), E. Holby, D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), S. Ball, J. Sharman, B. Theobald, G. Hards (Johnson Matthey Technology Center), M. Gummalla, Z. Yang, S. Zhitnik (United Technologies Research Center), D. Groom, S. Rajasekhara (University of Texas at Austin), P. Ferreira (University of Texas-Austin), J. P. Meyers (The University of Texas at Austin), P. Mathew, S. Kim (University of Texas at Austin), Y. Shao-Horn, W. Sheng, and B. Han (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
10:40   1277   Membrane Fuel Cells - Options for Bipolar Plate Materials and Production Technology A. Heinzel (University Duisburg-Essen), L. Kühnemann, T. Derieth, T. Grimm, and P. Butzen (ZBT GmbH)
11:20   1278   Limiting Current as a Tool to Study Oxygen Transport in PEM Fuel Cells D. R. Baker and D. Caulk (General Motors R&D Center)
 
Co-Chairs: Deborah Jones & Vijay Ramani
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1279   Ionomer in the Catalyst Layer S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University)
14:40   1280   Development of Thin, Reinforced PEMFC Membranes through Understanding Structure-Property-Performance Relationships W. Liu (W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.), T. Suzuki (W. L. Gore & Associates, Co., Ltd. (Nihon Gore)), H. Mao, and T. Schmiedel (W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.)
15:20   1281   Development of Highly Active and Durable Pt Core-Shell Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells M. Inaba and H. Daimon (Doshisha University)
 

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-1.1 Modeling 1

Co-Chairs: Partha Mukerjee, David Harvey, & Scott Calabrese Barton
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1282   Modeling and Diagnostics in Biological Fuel Cells H. Wen, D. Chakraborty, P. Kar, and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)
08:40   1283   Modelling of Water Droplet Dynamics in PEM Fuel Cell Flow Channels T. Wu and N. Djilali (University of Victoria)
09:20   1284   Modeling Oxygen Concentration Oscillation in the Gas Channel of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells: A Comparison between Numerical and Analytical Approaches P. Guillemet (University of Nantes), G. Maranzana, J. Mainka (Nancy University), O. Lottin (Lorraine University-CNRS), J. Dillet, and A. Lamibrac (Nancy University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1285   A Two-Phase Pressure Drop Model Incorporating Local Water Balance in PEM Fuel Cell Gas Channels E. J. See and S. Kandlikar (Rochester Institute of Technology)
10:20   1286   Diffusive - Kinetic Evaporation Models for Fuel Cells E. Medici, D. Frtiz, and J. Alllen (Michigan Technological University)
10:40   1287   A Map to Start PEFC under Freezing Temperature -Theoretical Analysis of Super-cooled State in Cell- Y. Ishikawa (NIPPON SOKEN, INC), K. Ito (KYUSHU UNIVERSITY), M. Shiozawa (NIPPON SOKEN, INC.), and M. Kondo (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION)
11:00   1288   Numerical Modeling of a Non-Flooding Hybrid Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell B. McNealy and J. L. Hertz (University of Delaware)
11:20   1289   Statistical Simulation of the Performance and Degradation of a PEMFC Membrane Electrode Assembly D. B. Harvey (Queen's University), A. Bellemare-Davis (Ballard Power Systems), K. Karan, B. Jayansankar (Queen's University), J. Pharoah (Queen's-RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre), V. Colbow, A. Young, and S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems)
11:40   1290   Multi-Scale First-Principles Modeling of Three-Phase System of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell G. Brunello, J. Choi, S. Jang (Georgia Institute of Technology), and D. B. Harvey (Queen's University)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-1.1 Contamination Effects

Co-Chairs: Balsu Lakshmanan & Doug Hansen
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1291   Missions and Progressions of Impurities WG under NEDO's PEFC Residential CHP System Project K. Kobayashi (Fuel Cell Research Center, DAIDO UNIVERSITY), Y. Oono, and M. Hori (Daido University)
08:20   1292   Characterizing Leachant Contaminants from Fuel Cell Assembly Aids, a Prelude to Effects on Performance C. S. Macomber, J. Christ, H. Wang, B. S. Pivovar, and H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
08:40   1293   Understanding the Effects of Contaminants from Assembly Aids Materials used as Balance of Plant Materials on PEMFCs -In-situ Studies M. S. Opu, M. Ohashi, H. Cho (University of South Carolina), C. S. Macomber, H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina)
09:00   1294   The Impact of Operating Conditions on the Performance effect of Selected Airborne PEMFC Contaminants Y. Zhai, M. Angelo, and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii)
09:20   1295   The Contamination Behavior of Organic Compounds on PEMFC H. Cho, M. S. Opu, M. Ohashi, and J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1296   Liquid Water Scavenging of PEMFC Contaminants B. Wetton (University of British Columbia) and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii)
10:20   1297   The Poisoning and Recovery of Pt/VC Electrocatalysts Contaminated with Glycol-Based Coolant Formulations Y. Garsany (EXCET/NRL), S. Dutta (Dynalene), and K. Swider-Lyons (Naval Research Laboratory)
10:40   1298   Evaluation of PEMFC System Contaminants on the Performance of Pt Catalyst via Cyclic Voltammetry H. Wang, C. S. Macomber, J. Christ, G. Bender, B. S. Pivovar, H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), R. Reid, B. Lakshmanan, K. O'Leary (General Motors Corporation), M. Das, M. Ohashi, and J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina)
11:00   1299   The Influence of NaCl Aerosol on the Performance of a PEM Fuel Cell Cathode O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), P. Northrup (Stony Brook University), and K. Swider-Lyons (Naval Research Laboratory)
11:20   1300   Effect of Cationic Contaminants on PEM Fuel Cell Performance J. Qi, X. Wang, U. Pasaogullari, L. Bonville, and T. Molter (University of Connecticut)
11:40   1301   The Impact of Low Levels of NH3 in an Operating Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell as the Platinum Loading/Ionomer is Varied T. Rockward, C. Quesada, K. C. Rau, and F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
 

Honlulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

C-1.1 Perfluorosulfonic Acid Membranes 1

Co-Chairs: Mark Edmundson & Deborah Jones
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1302   Advances in Proton Exchange Membrane Technology S. Banerjee, D. Prugh, and S. Frisk (DuPont Company)
08:40   1303   Nanofiber Composite Membranes Using Low EW PFSA J. Ballengee and P. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University)
09:00   1304   Novel System for Characterizing Electro-Osmotic Drag Coefficient of Proton Exchange Membranes H. Xu, J. Ma, and C. Mittelsteadt (Giner Inc.)
09:20   1305   Mechanism of Perfluorsulfonic Acid Membrane Chemical Degradation Under Low RH Conditions F. D. Coms (General Motors Company), H. Xu, T. McCallum, and C. Mittelsteadt (Giner Inc.)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1306   Challenges to High-Volume Production of Fuel Cell Materials: Quality Control M. Ulsh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), B. Sopori, N. Aieta (NREL), and G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
10:40   1307   Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Durability -Local degradation at pinholes S. Kreitmeier (Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Wokaun (Paul Scherrer Institute), and F. Büchi (Paul Scherrer Institut)
11:00   1308   Nafion Polymer Backbone Degradation Mechanism in PEM Fuel Cell from Quantum Mechanics Calculations T. Yu, Y. Sha, W. Liu, B. V. Merinov (California Institute of Technology), P. Shirvanian (Ford Motor Co.), and W. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology)
11:20   1309   Modeling of Side Chain Degradation in PEMFC Membranes K. Wong, P. Melchy, M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University), M. Lauritzen (Ballard Power Systems), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)
11:40   1310   Investigation of PEM Degradation Kinetics and Degradation Mitigation Using In Situ Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Real-Time Monitoring of Fluoride-Ion Release V. Prabhakaran, C. G. Arges, and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-1.1 Durability of Pt-Based Cathodes 1

Co-Chairs: David A. Muller & Yu Morimoto
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1311   Imaging Catalyst Degradation at the Atomic Scale D. A. Muller, Y. Yu, H. Xin, D. Wang, and H. D. Abruña (Cornell University)
08:40   1312   3-D Tracking and Visualization of Hundreds of Fuel Cell Nanocatalysts during Electrochemical Aging Y. Yu, H. Xin, R. Hovden, D. Wang, J. Mundy, D. A. Muller, and H. D. Abruña (Cornell University)
09:00   1313   Correlating Catalyst and Catalyst-Support Structures with Observed Degradation in PEM Fuel Cell K. L. More, D. A. Cullen, J. Idrobo, K. A. Perry, and K. Reeves (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
09:20   1314   Quantifying Catalyst Losses in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells D. A. Cullen and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1315   Catalyst Degradation: Nanoparticle Population Dynamics and Kinetic Processes S. G. Rinaldo (Simon Fraser University), W. Lee (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation, 9000 Glenlyon Parkway Burnaby, B.C. Canada V5J 5J8), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, B.C. Canada V5A 1S6)
10:20   1316   Study of the Cathode Catalyst Layer Degradation Mechanisms in PEM Fuel Cell P. Urchaga, S. Goli (Tennessee Technological University), and C. A. Rice (Tennessee Tech University)
10:40   1317   In Situ Anomalous Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Study of Fuel Cell Catalyst Degradation in Aqueous and Membrane Electrode Assembly Environments J. Gilbert (University of Wisconsin - Madison), N. Kariuki, A. Kropf (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Ball, J. Sharman, B. Theobald, and G. Hards (Johnson Matthey Technology Center)
11:00   1318   Cathode Catalysts Degradation Mechanism from Liquid Electrolyte to Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells A. A. Marcu and G. Toth (Daimler AG)
11:20   1319   Rotating Disk Electrode Techniques Designed to Simulate Fuel Cell Startup/Shut-Down Transient Conditions D. A. Stevens, J. Harlow, R. J. Sanderson, T. J. Crowtz, J. Dahn (Dalhousie University), G. D. Vernstrom, L. L. Atanasoska, G. M. Haugen, and R. T. Atanasoski (3M Company)
11:40   1320   The Influence of Experimental Conditions on the Catalyst Degradation in the Accelerated Durability Test using a Rotating Disk Electrode T. Nagai, H. Murata (TOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS., INC.), and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc.)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-1.1 Alkaline Electrocatalysis

Co-Chairs: Karen Swider-Lyons & Elena Baranova
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1321   Electrocatalysis of Small Organic and Inorganic Molecules for Direct Oxidation Fuel Cells E. A. Baranova, A. Allagui, and B. Middleton (University of Ottawa)
08:40   1322   Reaction Mechanism of Ethanol Oxidation over Gold Catalyst under Alkaline Environment M. Koyama, Y. Amano, S. Liu, and T. Ishimoto (Kyushu University)
09:00   1323   Rh Porphyrin-Based Electrocatalysts for the Oxidation of Alcohols S. Yamazaki, M. Yao, N. Fujiwara, Z. Siroma, M. Asahi, and T. Ioroi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
09:20   1324   Ethanol Electro-Oxidation on Pt/C and Pd/C Catalysts in Alkaline Media L. Ma (IUPUI), H. He, A. Hsu (Wright State University), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and R. Chen (IUPUI)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1325   Enhanced O2 Reduction Kinetics by Tuning Electrochemical Interface of Carbon or Ag/C Electrodes with Metallophthalocyanine Molecules in Alkaline Media R. Chen, J. Guo, H. He, J. Zhou (iupui), and D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
10:40   1326   Catalysts for Alkaline Direct Ethanol and Direct Formate Fuel Cells A. M. Bartrom, G. Ognibene, J. Ta, J. Tran, and J. L. Haan (California State University, Fullerton)
11:00   1327   Development of Electrocatalyst for Anion-type Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell using KOH-doped Polybenzimidazole T. Fujigaya and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University)
11:20   1328   Pt-Free Catalysts for Alkaline Direct Ethanol Membrane Electrode Assemblies A. Stadlhofer, M. Bodner, H. Schröttner, and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology)
11:40   1329   High Performance Pt on Composite Ni-Pb / C Support for Methanol Oxidation in Alkaline Media M. Lee, B. Mikes, D. Abbott, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)
 

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-1.2 Modeling 2

Co-Chairs: Shawn Litster & Aimy Bazylak
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1330   Network Formation and Ion Conduction in Ionomer Membranes K. Promislow, A. Christlieb, J. Jones (Michigan State University), Z. Xu (Michigan Technological University), and N. Gavish (Michigan State University)
14:40   1331   On Water Transport in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes during the Passage of Current T. Berning (Aalborg University)
15:00   1332   Molecular Simulation of Proton and Water Transport in Hydrated Nafion Membrane T. Mabuchi and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)
15:20   1333   Understanding Water Management as a Function of Catalyst-Layer Thickness P. K. Das and W. Adam (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
15:40   1334   Numerical Simulation of the Interfacial Oxygen Transport Resistance for a PEMFC Cathode Incorporating Water Coverage M. Koz and S. Kandlikar (Rochester Institute of Technology)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1335   Molecular Dynamics Study of Water Transport Property in Micro Hydrophobic Pore A. Fukushima (Tohoku University), T. Mima, I. Kinefuchi (University of Tokyo), and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)
16:40   1336   3D Modeling of One and Two Component Gas Flow in Fibrous Microstructures in Fuel Cells by Using the Lattice-Boltzmann Method J. Brinkmann, D. Froning, U. Reimer (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), V. Schmidt (Ulm University), W. Lehnert, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
17:00   1337   Lattice Boltzmann Modeling of the Effective Thermal Conductivity of an Anisotropic PEMFC GDL with Residual Water J. Yablecki and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto)
17:20   1338   Numerical Determination of Transport Properties of Gas Diffusion Layers in Wet Conditions Z. TAYARANI YOOSEFABADI (Simon Fraser University), D. B. Harvey (Queen's University), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)
17:40   1339  
CANCELLED
A Case Study of Validation of Multiphase PEMFC Computer Models Using Through-Plane Liquid Water Measurements B. Carnes, K. Chen (Sandia National Labs), D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. Luo, L. Hao, and C. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-1.2 MEA Degradation

Co-Chairs: Tom Fuller & Kazuhiko Shinohara
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1340   Effect of N-doping on Performance and Durability of Supported PtRu Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Catalyst S. Pylypenko, A. Corpuz (Colorado School of Mines), T. Olson, A. Dameron (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), K. Wood, P. Joghee (Colorado School of Mines), K. Hurst, S. Christensen, D. Ginley, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), R. M. Richards (Colorado School of Mines), H. N. Dinh, T. Gennett (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and R. O'Hayre (Colorado School of Mines)
14:20   1341   Performance and Durability of HT-PEFCs with Customized Flow Field Plates F. Liu (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), M. Kvesić (Forschungszentrum Juelich), K. Wippermann, U. Reimer, and W. Lehnert (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
14:40   1342   Impact of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Degradation Products on the Activity of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Platinum Catalysts J. M. Christ (Colorado School of Mines), K. Neyerlin, H. Wang (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), R. M. Richards (Colorado School of Mines), and H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
15:00   1343   Internal Currents, CO2 Emissions and Decrease of the Pt Electrochemical Surface Area during Fuel Cell Start-Up and Shut-Down A. Lamibrac (Lorraine University-CNRS), J. Durst (Grenoble INP-CNRS), D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. Maranzana, J. Dillet, S. Didierjean, O. Lottin (Lorraine University-CNRS), F. Maillard, L. Dubau, M. Chatenet (Grenoble INP-CNRS), R. Mukundan, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
15:20   1344   MEA Design for Improved Cathode Durability under Startup Shutdown Automotive Conditions J. Roberts, F. Berretta, H. Haas, A. Yang, S. Ronasi, S. Kundu, A. Leow (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), Z. Moreland (McGill University), G. Orha, Y. Hsieh (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), and N. Barsan (Steinbeis AO Action)
15:40   1345   Relation between Local Loss of Performances in a Segmented PEMFC and Local Degradations of the Pt/C Cathode Catalyst J. Durst (Grenoble INP-CNRS), A. Lamibrac (Lorraine University-CNRS), L. Dubau, F. Maillard, M. Chatenet (Grenoble INP-CNRS), J. Dillet, G. Maranzana, and O. Lottin (Lorraine University-CNRS)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1346   Study on Protocols for Evaluating Mechanical and Chemical Durability of PEFC Electrolyte Membranes Y. Oono, Y. Yamaguchi (Daido University), K. Kobayashi (Fuel Cell Research Center, DAIDO UNIVERSITY), A. Daimaru, and M. Hori (Daido University)
16:40   1347   Membrane Durability Testing for Heavy Duty Bus Fuel Cells N. MACAULEY (SFU), M. Watson (Ballard Power Systems), M. Cruickshank, C. Lim, A. Tavassoli, G. Wang, X. Feng (SFU), M. Lauritzen, J. Kolodziej, S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

C-1.2 Sulfonated Polyaromatic Polymers & Membranes

Co-Chairs: Paul Kohl & Shoibal Banerjee
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1348   Cross-linked Aromatic Polymers for High Durability PEM Membranes: Materials and Methods M. Di Vona (University of Roma Tor Vergata)
14:40   1349   Cross-Linked poly(arylene Ether Ketone) Membranes Sulfonated on both Backbone and Pendant Position for High Proton Conducting and Low Water Uptake H. Dang and D. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
15:00   1350   Poly(Arylene Ether Sulfone) Ionomers with Different Acidity Strengths and Fuel Cell Membrane Properties Y. Chang (University of Nevada Las Vegas), G. Brunello (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Disabb-Miller (The Pennsylvania State University), M. Hawley, Y. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. Hickner (The Pennsylvania State University), S. Jang (Georgia Institute of Technology), and C. Bae (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
15:20   1351   Synthesis and Characterization of Sulfonated Poly(Arylene Ether-1,3,4-Oxadiazole) Derivatives I. Hajdok and J. A. Kerres (University of Stuttgart)
15:40   1352   Effect of Humidity and Temperature on Durability of Sulfonated Poly(arylene ether sulfone ketone) Multiblock Copolymer Membranes in PEFC Operation Y. Sakiyama (Toray Research Center, Inc), H. Uchida, M. Kondo, K. Miyatake, M. Uchida, M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi), and Y. Nakagawa (Toray Research Center, Inc.)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1353   Proton Mobility in Hydrated Acidic Polymers: Consequences for Optimization of Proton Conductivity P. Knauth (Aix-Marseille University) and M. Di Vona (University of Roma Tor Vergata)
16:40   1354   PFG-NMR and SANS Studies in Cation Exchange Membranes based on Sulfonated Polyphenylene Multiblock Copolymers M. Yoshida (Sophia University), Y. Zhao (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), M. Yoshizawa-Fujita (Sophia University), A. Ohira (AIST), Y. Takeoka (Sophia University), S. Koizumi (Ibaraki University), and M. Rikukawa (Sophia University)
17:00   1355   Proton Conductive Paths on Polymer Electrolyte Membranes Detected by AFM under Controlled Hydrogen Atmosphere J. Inukai, M. Hara (University of Yamanashi), D. Hattori (U.Yamanashi), B. Bae (U. Yamanashi), K. Miyatake, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
17:20   1356   Synthesis of Polyethylene-Based Proton Exchange Membranes Containing PE Backbone and Sulfonated Poly(arylene ether sulfone) Side Chains for Fuel Cell Applications H. Kim, S. N. Lvov, and T. Chung (The Pennsylvania State University)
17:40   1357   New Ionically and Covalently Cross-Linked Polyaromatic Membranes for Fuel Cells and Electrolysis J. A. Kerres (University of Stuttgart)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-1.2 Durability of Pt-Based Cathodes 2

Co-Chairs: Christphe Coutanceau & Katsuyoshi Kakinuma
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1358   Studies on the Platinum Dissolution Reaction in PEMFC Electrocatalysts - The Effect of Temperature on catalyst degradation P. Sivasubramanian and R. Mohtadi (Toyota Research Institute of North America)
14:20   1359   Degradation of Platinum Cathode Electrocatalysts in Sulphuric Acid Solution under Thermal Stress Induced by Linear Sweep Cyclic Thermammetry G. T. Burstein and G. Smith (University of Cambridge)
14:40   1360   A Study of Electrochemical Ostwald Ripening in Pt and Ag Catalysts Supported on Carbon P. Parthasarathy and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)
15:00   1361   Particle Size Effect on Electrocatalyst Stability C. Wang, N. M. Markovic, and V. R. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory)
15:20   1362   Performance, Degradation and Structural Changes Associated with Pt Cathode Catalyst Layer Design V. Colbow, M. Dutta, A. Young, Z. Ahmad, E. Rogers (Ballard Power Systems), D. B. Harvey (Queen's University), and S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems)
15:40   1363   Mitigation of Catalyst Layer Degradation under Automotive Fuel Cell Operations J. Li, K. Wang, Y. Yang, Y. Zou, and R. Vohra (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1364   PtCo Alloy Stability in PEMFCs under Automotive Cyclic Conditions C. Chuy, M. Davis, M. Guenther (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), H. Haas (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Susac (AFCC), C. Talpalaru, and H. Zhang (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.)
16:40   1365   Durable, OER-Active Compositions of Pt, Ir, and Ru for PEM Fuel Cell Start-Stop Protection J. Harlow, D. A. Stevens, R. Sanderson, T. J. Crowtz, J. Dahn (Dalhousie University), G. M. Haugen, L. L. Atanasoska, G. D. Vernstrom, and R. T. Atanasoski (3M Company)
17:00   1366   Effect of Nanosheet Size on Activity and Durability of RuO2 Nanosheet Pt/C Catalyst C. Chauvin, T. Saida, K. Lokesh, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University)
17:20   1367   Time Resolved Corrosion of Electrode Supports in PEM Fuel Cells J. D. Fairweather, D. Spernjak, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), R. K. Ahluwalia, S. Arisetty (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-1.2 Alkaline Membranes I

Co-Chairs: Dario Dekel & Young-Woo Choi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1368   Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cell (AMFC) materials and system improvement - State-of-the-Art D. R. Dekel (CellEra)
14:40   1369   A Raman Spectroscopy Investigation into the Alkaline Stabilities of Hydrated Anion-Exchange Head-Groups Relevant to Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells J. R. Varcoe, H. Herman, and D. K. Whelligan (University of Surrey)
15:00   1370   Engineering the van der Waals Interaction in Cross-Linking-Free Hydroxide Exchange Membranes for Low-Swelling and High-Conductivity S. Gu (University of Delaware), J. Skovgard (University of California, Riverside), and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)
15:20   1371   Catalytic Advances and Electrolyte Stability for Carbonate Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut)
15:40   1372   Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Hydroxide Solvation and Transport in Anionic Exchange Membranes G. E. Lindberg, C. Knight, and G. A. Voth (The University of Chicago)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1373   Anion Conducting Pore-Filling Membranes for Solid Alkaline Fuel Cells Y. Choi, M. Lee, C. Kim, T. Yang, and S. Park (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
17:00   1374   Evaluating the Contribution of Direct vs. Indirect Carbonate Production in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells M. Ignatowich, G. Crettol, M. Chhiv, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut)
17:20   1375   Fundamental Studies of Alkaline Exchange Membranes Towards Optimization in a Fuel Cell Environment A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines), E. Coughlin (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), D. Knauss (Colorado School of Mines), G. A. Voth (The University of Chicago), T. Witten (University of Chicago), M. Liberatore (Colorado School of Mines), and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)
17:40   1376   Development of Alkaline Exchange Ionomers for use in Alkaline Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells S. D. Poynton, R. Zeng, J. Kizewski, A. Ong, and J. R. Varcoe (University of Surrey)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

B9 - Poster Session

Co-Chairs: Jim Fenton, Pezhman Shirvanian, & Thomas Schmidt
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   1377   Electrochemical Performance of Pt Extended Network Catalysts from Spontaneous Galvanic Displacement in MEAs K. Neyerlin, B. Larsen, S. S. Kocha, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
o   1378   Effect and Development of Cathode Catalyst on PEFC Cell Performance under Low and High Relative Humidity H. Nakajima and K. Matsutani (Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.)
o   1379   Subzero Degradation Analysis of Membrane Electrode Assemblies Fabricated Using Two Common Techniques A. Pistono (Tennessee Technological University), C. A. Rice (Tennessee Tech University), J. Lewis, and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)
o   1380   Application of Electrospinning Technique in the Fabrication of a Composite Electrode for PEMFC J. J. Sightler, E. McPherson (USC), W. A. Rigdon (University of South Carolina), and X. Huang (USC)
o   1381   Verification of Durability Test Methods of an MEA for Automotive Application Y. Hashimasa, T. Shimizu, Y. Matsuda, D. Imamura, and M. Akai (Japan Automobile Research Institute)
o   1382   Structural Change of the Pt/C Electrocatalyst in Humidified Air Observed by In Situ TEM T. Shimizu, D. Imamura (Japan Automobile Research Institute), T. Yaguchi, T. Kanemura, and T. Kamino (Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation)
o   1383   Effects of Pt Loading in Anode Electrode on the Degradation of MEA for PEMFCs during Startup/Shutdown Cycling E. Cho, K. Eom, T. Lim, J. Jang, and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
o   1384   Evaluation of Pt/C Catalysts and MEA's Fabricated by Carbon Materials with Different Nanostructures for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells X. Zhao, Z. Noda, A. Hayashi, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)
o   1385   Real-time CO2 Detection from Carbon Support Oxidation in PEM Fuel Cell Cathodes During Potential Cycling E. Niangar, T. Han, N. Dale, and K. Adjemian (Nissan Technical Center North America)
o   1386   Investigation of Role of Cathode Microporous Layers in PEMFC E. Nishiyama (Fukui University of Technology), M. Hara (Fukui University of Techonology), and T. Murahashi (Fukui University of Technology)
o   1387   Multi-Analytical Study of Gas Diffusion Layers PTFE Content Variation K. Artyushkova, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), T. V. Reshetenko (University of Hawaii at Manoa), and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii)
o   1388   Using Plasmas to Modify Gas Diffusion Layers to Enhance the Long Term Stability of PEMFCs C. Walter, V. Brüser, A. Quade, and K. Weltmann (INP Greifswald)
o   1389   Dynamic SIMS Analysis of PEMFC Catalyst Layer/Solid Electrolyte Membrane Interface T. Ebihara, M. Nojima, T. Kondo, and M. Yuasa (Tokyo University of Science)
o   1390   Numerical Investigation of effect of Oxygen and Water Distribution on PEM Fuel Cell Performance M. Yoneda and H. Motegi (Mizuho Information and Research Institute, Inc.)
o   1391   Reactive Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Proton Exchange Membranes J. Savage and G. A. Voth (The University of Chicago)
o   1392   Thermo-Fluid Dynamics Simulation of Passive Type PEFC by COMSOL Multiphysics Y. Nakajima (Chiba Institute of Technology Graduate school), J. Otsuka, and E. Ejiri (Chiba Institute of Technology)
o   1393   The Mechanism of the Improvement in Catalytic Activity of Ir Modified by V Compared to Pure Ir/C B. Li, D. Yang, R. Lin, Z. Yu, and J. Ma (Tongji University)
o   1394   Analysis of Non-Steady State Electrochemical Gas Permeability Measurements for PEM Fuel Cells and Electrolysers D. Bessarabov (Northwest University), I. Beckman, and I. Buntseva (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
o   1395   Interfacial Contact Resistance of Tantalum Coated Construction Materials for High Temperature Steam Electrolysers and Fuel Cells A. H. Jensen, E. Christensen, and J. Von Barner (Technical University of Denmark)
o   1396   Hydrogen Generation from Aluminum Corrosion in Aqueous Solutions Y. Chiu, C. Chen, K. Hsueh, and J. Hung (National United University)
o   1397   Fabrication of Mg-Ni Alloys for the Purpose of Fast Hydrogen Generation from the Hydrolysis in Neutral Aqueous NaCl solution S. Oh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. Eom (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Kyung, D. Kim (Yonsei University), and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
o   1398   Computer Modeling of a kW Combined Heat and Power Fuel Cell Unit P. Ho, W. Wang, C. Dai (National United University), Y. Chang, W. Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute), K. Hsueh, and J. Hung (National United University)
o   1399   Maximum Efficiency Point Tracking Type Power Control System for a Fuel Cell Power Generation System K. Itako and H. Takahashi (Kanagawa Institute of Technology)
o   1400   A 3D Two-Phase Model for a Membraneless Fuel Cell Using Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide with Y-Shaped Microchannel J. Peng, Z. Zhang, and H. Niu (Tsinghua University)
o   1401   A Study of Electrochemical Recycle for Noble Metals in PEFCs H. Shiroishi, H. Matsumoto (Tokyo National College of Technology), M. Yonekawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology), R. Shoji, I. Kato (Tokyo National College of Technology), and M. Kunimatsu (Kanagawa Industrial Technology Center)
o   1402   Effects of Atmospheric Trace Species on Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Performance: Analysis of Performance Deterioration Mechanism by Current Distribution Measurement D. Imamura and K. Ohno (Japan Automobile Research Institute)
o   1403   Development of Methods to Estimate the Effects of Impurities on PEFC Performance II. Impact of Acrylonitrile Poisoning on Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Pt/C Catalysts M. El-Deab, F. Kitamura, and T. Ohsaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o   1404   Ammonium Polyphosphate Composite Based Electrolytes for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells N. Kluy (TU München), B. Reeb (TUM CREATE Centre for Electromobility Singapore), O. Paschos (Technische Universität München), F. Maglia (University of Pavia), O. Schneider, U. Stimming (Technische Universität München), S. Angioni, and P. Righetti (University of Pavia)
o   1405   Flow Field Design for a Polymer Electrolyte Unitized Reversible Fuel Cell C. Hwang, H. Ito, T. Maeda, A. Nakano (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), A. Kato (Takasago Thermal Engineering Co., Ltd.), and T. Yoshida (Daiki Ataka Engineering Co., Ltd.)
o   1406   A New Design of PEMFC Bipolar Plate for Corrosion Study Y. Hitoshi, T. Ichikawa, S. Chu (Iwate University), M. Kumagai (Taiyo Stainless Spring Co., Ltd.), and S. Myung (Sejong University)
o   1407   DMFC Performance of Cross-Linked Sulfoethylcellulose/Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) Blend Electrolyte Membranes Y. Kasai, T. Okayama (Aomori Prefectural Industrial Technology Research Center), G. Guan, and A. Abudula (Hirosaki University)
o   1408   Investigation of Power Efficiency from the Microbial Biofuel Cell System with the Photosynthetic Bacteria, Rhodopseudomonas Sphaeroides M. Syu and Y. Chang (National Cheng Kung University)
o   1409   Immobilization of Enzymes onto the Carbon Paper Electrode by the Conducting Polymer/Carbon Nanotubes Composite for the Investigation of the Biofuel Cell System M. Syu and C. Lin (National Cheng Kung University)
o   1410   Designing a Highly Ordered Nanowire with High Proton Conductivity for Polymer Membrane and Catalyst Layer of PEFC T. Kim (KIER), Y. Choi (Korea Institute of Energy Research), and S. Yim (KIER)
o   1411   Electrochemical and Raman Spectroscopic Evaluation of Pt/GCB Durability for the Start/Stop Operating Condition M. Hara (University of Yamanashi), M. Lee (Northeastern University), Y. Yamashita, M. Uchida, H. Uchida, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
o   1412   Investigation of Carbon Corrosion Resistance of CNT Containing Electrode D. Larrabee, W. A. Rigdon (University of South Carolina), E. McPherson, J. J. Sightler, and X. Huang (USC)
o   1413   Investigation of the Corrosion of Carbon Supports in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells Using Simulated Start-Up/Shut-Down Cycling Y. Park, K. Kakinuma, M. Hara, M. Uchida, H. Uchida, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
o   1414   Durability of Arc Plasma Synthesized Pt/C Nano-Catalyst H. Joo (Yonsei University), J. Park (Sejong University), and H. Choi (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology)
o   1415   Kinetics and Mass Transport Investigation of Pt/Carbon Electrocatalyst by Rotating Disk Electrode C. Wang (Nissan Technical Center North America, Inc), N. Dale, and K. Adjemian (Nissan Technical Center North America)
o   1416   Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity and Durability of Electrocatalysts Supported on SnO2 T. Tsukatsune, Y. Takabatake, Z. Noda (Kyushu University), S. Taniguchi (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), Y. Shiratori, A. Hayashi, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)
o   1417   Effects of Tin Dioxide Loading on ORR Activity and Durability of Pt/C Catalyst N. Eguchi, T. Kinumoto, T. Tsumura, and M. Toyoda (Oita University)
o   1418   Durability Enhancement of Pt/C Catalysts via Support Functionalization with Silicotungstic Acid K. S. Mason (Colorado School of Mines), K. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Kuo, K. Horning (Colorado School of Mines), S. S. Kocha, J. A. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)
o   1419   Performance Evaluation of Pt-Deposited SiO2 Composite Catalyst under Low Humidity Conditions J. Yoo (University of Incheon), I. Choi (Seoul National University), S. Ahn (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Kim (Seoul National University), and O. Kwon (University of Incheon)
o   1420   Durability of Au Core/Pt Shell Structured Catalyst E. Maki, Y. Ikehata, T. Nishikawa, Y. Kirihata (Doshisha University), N. Aoki (ishihuku metal industry), H. Inoue (Ishifuku Metal Industry Co., Ltd), H. YAMADA (Nara National College of Technology), H. Daimon, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
o   1421   Electrochemical Stability of Pt ML on Au/QC Electrode H. YAMADA, A. Kawamura, T. Kobayashi, K. Katakura (Nara National College of Technology), and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
o   1422   Electrochemical Stability for Pt-Enriched Ni/Pt(111) Topmost Surface Prepared by Molecular Beam Epitaxy N. Todoroki, Y. Iijima, R. Takahashi, K. Matsumoto, Y. Yamada, T. Hayashi, and T. Wadayama (Tohoku University)
o   1423   Platinum Dissolution in Nitrogen Oxides-Containing HClO4 Solution Studied by Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance Y. Uchiyama, T. Abe, T. Morita, and S. Imabayashi (Shibaura Institute of Technology)
o   1424   Poly(Benzimidazole)-Functionalized Graphene Supported Pt Electrocatalyst and Its Application in High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells A. A. Permyakova, J. Jensen, Q. Li, and N. Bjerrum (Technical University of Denmark)
o   1425   Evaluation of the Pt/C Catalyst for Fuel Cells Prepared by a Nano Particle Formation Technique Using a Pulsed Arc Plasma Source Y. Agawa (ULVAC RIKO, Inc.), S. Endo, M. Matsuura, and Y. Ishii (ULVAC-RIKO, Inc.)
o   1426   Controlled Pt Coverage for Extended Thin Film Catalyst ORR Studies via Templated Gas Phase Synthesis J. Bult, K. Neyerlin, S. Christensen, A. Dameron, B. S. Pivovar, and K. Hurst (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
o   1427   Synthesis and Characterization of Au-Decorated Pt Surface for Oxygen Reduction Reaction J. Ahn, H. Lee, H. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), Y. Shul, and H. Kim (Yonsei University)
o   1428   Synthesis of Alkanetiol Stabilized Au/C and Durability of Au Core/Pt Shell Structured Catalyst N. Aoki (ishihuku metal industry), H. Inoue (ishifuku metal industry), T. Kirihata, E. Maki, H. Daimon, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
o   1429   Various Types of Tubular Carbon Nanofibers as a Support Material of Catalysts for Fuel Cell J. Kim (University of Science & Technology), S. Lim (Korea Institute of Energy Research), M. Seo, B. Kim, S. Yoon (Kyushu University), and D. Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   1430   High-Performance Pt catalysts Supported on High-Surface-Area Graphene Composites for PEFCs L. Sun (1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)), H. Zhang, L. Stanciu (Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and School of Materials Engineering), J. Ilavsky (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Xie (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)
o   1431   Platinum Yttrium Alloy Nanocrystals as Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts Z. Zhuang (University of Delaware), Y. Zhang (University of Delware), and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)
o   1432   Oxygen Reduction on Pt-Pd Electrode for PEFC Cathode A. Hyono, Y. Sugawara, M. Ueda, and T. Ohtsuka (Hokkaido University)
o   1433   Improvement in Activity of Highly Durable Silica-Coated Pd/CNT Cathode Catalysts for PEFC by Addition of Cu S. Takenaka, H. Miyata, T. Tsukamoto, H. Matsune, and M. Kishida (Kyushu University)
o   1434   Preparation of Highly Active Zr Oxide-Based Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts as PEFC Cathode S. Yin, A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University), M. Matsumoto, M. Arao, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.), K. Matsuzawa, S. Mitsushima, and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)
o   1435   Highly Active Titanium Oxide-Based Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction for PEFC K. Suito, A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University), M. Matsumoto, M. Arao, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.), K. Matsuzawa, S. Mitsushima, and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)
o   1436   Surface Reaction Analysis of Tantalum-Oxide Oxygen-Reduction Catalysts by Using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy M. Matsumoto, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.), T. Miyazaki, S. Fujieda (NEC Corporation), A. Ishihara, and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)
o   1437   Development of Tantalum Boride Thin Film Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Using an RF Magnetron Sputtering Deposition K. Kushibe, K. Iyatani, Y. Horiuchi, and M. Matsuoka (Osaka Prefecture University)
o   1438  
CANCELLED
Preparation and Electrochemical Performance of Nitrogen-doped Graphene by Intermittent Microwave-assisted Heating for Fuel Cells J. Liu, Y. Xin, Y. Zhou, and Z. Zou (Nanjing University)
o   1439   Characteristics of Oxygen Adsorption on Nitrogen Doped HOPG Revealed by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy H. Kiuchi (The University of Tokyo), T. Kondo, M. Sakurai (University of Tsukuba), H. Niwa, M. Kobayashi, Y. Harada (The University of Tokyo), T. Ikeda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), K. Terakura (Tokyo Institute of Technology), J. Nakamura (University of Tsukuba), and M. Oshima (The University of Tokyo)
o   1440   Nitrogen-doped Graphene for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Air Electrodes D. Lee, A. Yu, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
o   1441   NH3-Pyrolyzed Fe-Impregnated Polyaniline for the use as a Cathode Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells K. Nahm, S. Kim, and P. Kim (Chonbuk National University)
o   1442   Characterization of High-Performance Non-precious Metal Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) N. Ranjbar Sahraie, D. Wilhelm, and P. Strasser (Technical University of Berlin)
o   1443   Highly Active Tetracyanoethylene Derived Non-precious Metal Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cell J. Choi and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
o   1444   Carbon Supported Copper Phthalocyanine (CuPc/C) as Novel Cathode Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells ---Effect of Nafion Ionomer as for Alkaline Electrolyte L. Ding, L. Xu (Donghua University), B. Tian (Pearl Hydrogen Technology Co., Ltd.), S. Ibrahim, Y. Liu (Tohoku University), and J. Qiao (Donghua University)
o   1445  
CANCELLED
RRDE Studies of Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Various Catalysts in Alkaline Solution J. Choi (Kyungil University) and H. Jung (Kangwon National University)
o   1446   Analysis of Mechanism of Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Non-Noble Metals in Alkaline Solution by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy R. Teranishi, E. Higuchi, M. Chiku, and H. Inoue (Osaka Prefecture University)
o   1447   FePc/C and CoPc/C Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction as Cathode Catalysts for Alkaline Direct Methanol Fuel Cell J. Jang (University of Science and Technology), S. Kim, S. Lim, D. Peck, and D. Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o   1448   New Manganese Oxide-based Cathode Catalysts for Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells T. Kenko, M. Hagiwara, T. Takakuwa, M. Saito, H. Daimon, A. Tasaka, M. Inaba (Doshisha University), Y. Kadoma, N. Kumagai (Iwate University), H. Shiroishi (Tokyo National College of Technology), T. Hatai, and J. Kuwano (Tokyo University of Science)
o   1449   Enhanced Electrocatalytic Performance for Methanol Oxidation via Insertion of Ruthenium Oxide Particles into Pt and Polyaniline-Poly(Acrylic Acid-co-Maleic Acid) Composite Electrode C. Kuo (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences), Z. Kuo (Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Kaohsiung 80778, Taiwan, ROC), T. Wu (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology), J. Chen, and W. Li (Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Kaohsiung 80778, Taiwan, ROC)
o   1450   Methanol Oxidation Performance of Electrocatalysts Prepared by the Polygonal Barrel-Sputtering Method M. Inoue, C. Hiromi, K. Hirakawa, and T. Abe (University of Toyama)
o   1451   Quantitative Analysis of CO2 Generation during Ethanol Electrooxidation on Pt-Sn/C and Pt-SnO2/C S. Kaneda, K. Matsuzawa, and S. Mitsushima (Yokohama National University)
o   1452   The Distribution of Products of Ethanol Electrooxidation on Carbon-Supported Noble Metals Catalysts in Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell J. Seweryn and A. Lewera (University of Warsaw)
o   1453   The Graphene-Supported Palladium and Palladium-yttrium Nanoparticles for the Ethanol Oxidation Reactions: Experimental and Theoretical Modeling M. Seo (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)), S. Choi (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), J. Seo, S. Noh (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)), W. Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), and B. Han (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST))
o   1454   Studies of the Catalytic Activity of Unsupported Pt-Based Anodes Modified with CeO2 for the Electro-Oxidation of Ethylene Glycol in Acid Electrolyte A. Chávez Villanueva, A. Ramírez (Universidad de la Ciénega de Michoacán de Ocampo), G. Vargas Gutiérrez, and F. Rodríguez Varela (CINVESTAV Unidad Saltillo)
o   1455   Investigation of Electrocatalytic Activity of the Nanostructured Au-Cu Catalyst Deposited on the Titanium Surface towards Borohydride Oxidation L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, A. Balčiūnaitė, A. Vaiciukevičienė, I. Stankevičienė, A. Selskis, and E. Norkus (Institute of Chemistry, Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)
o   1456   Catalytic Activity of Pt/MWCNT for the Electro-Oxidation of Ethylene Glycol in Alkaline Media Y. Verde-Gomez, B. Escobar (Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun), A. Chávez Villanueva (Universidad de la Ciénega de Michoacán de Ocampo), and F. Rodríguez Varela (CINVESTAV Unidad Saltillo)
o   1457   Chemisorption Studies of Dissolved Pt Species on RuO2 nanosheet L. K. Sannegowda, C. Chauvin, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University)
o   1458   Electro-Oxidation of Borohydride by Rh Porphyrins S. Yamazaki, H. Senoh, N. Fujiwara, M. Yao, Z. Siroma, K. Yasuda, and T. Ioroi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o   1459   Enhanced Performance of MEAs Using Non-Platinum Catalyst for Direct Alcohol Alkaline Fuel Cell T. Mizukami, S. Suzuki, J. Kawaji, O. Taigo, and K. Yamaga (Hitachi, Ltd.)
o   1460   Fabrication and Electrochemical Properties of Electro-Spun RuO2-Carbon Nanofibers Supported Pt Nanoparticles G. An and H. Ahn (Seoul National University of Science and Technology)
o   1461   Synthesis and Characterization of Cross-Linked Polyethyleneimine Based Membranes for Alkali Anion Exchange Fuel Cells A. M. Maes, M. Vandiver, A. Krosovski, J. L. Horan, and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)
o   1462   Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells with Several Alternative Fuels K. Fukuta, T. Negishi, Y. Kikkawa, K. Oda, S. Watanabe, and H. Yanagi (Tokuyama Corp.)
o   1463   Synthesis and Characterization of Perfluoro Quaternary Ammonium Ion Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications M. A. Vandiver, M. Liberatore, and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)
o   1464   Transport properties of Plasma Polymerized Anion Exchange Membrane for Direct Methanol Alkaline Fuel Cells T. Kurozumi, Y. Okajima, H. Nagai, and M. Sudoh (Shizuoka University)
o   1465   Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Alkaline Exchanges Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications B. R. Caire, M. A. Vandiver, S. Lustgraaf, A. Herring, and M. Liberatore (Colorado School of Mines)
o   1466   Preparation and Characterization of Anionic Binder Based Electrodes for Anion-Exchangeable Membrane Fuel Cells M. Shin, Y. Byun, J. Park, M. Kang (Sangmyung University), and Y. Kim (Chungbuk National University)
o   1467   13C PGSTE NMR Diffusion and Conductivity Measurements on Tetraalkyl Ammonium Cations H. N. Sarode and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)
o   1468   Chemical Degradation Mechanism of Membranes for Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells Y. Choe (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology), N. J. Henson, and Y. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
o   1469   Novel Nanostructured High-Performance Anion Exchange Ionomers for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells J. Zhou, L. Sun, J. Guo (IUPUI), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and R. Chen (IUPUI)
o   1470   Radio-Chemically Pore-Filled Anion Exchange Membranes for Solid Alkaline Fuel Cells (SAFC) T. Sherazi (COMSATS Institute of Information Technology), D. Hwang (Hanyang University), J. Sohn (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), M. Guiver (National Research Council Canada), and Y. Lee (Hanyang University)
o   1471   Ionic Conductivity of [dema][TfO]/Solid Acid-Base Composite Membrane A. Fujisawa, K. Matsuzawa, and S. Mitsushima (Yokohama National University)
o   1472   A Proton Conductive Silicate-Nanoencapsulated Polyimide Nonwoven as a Novel Porous Substrate for a Reinforced Sulfonated Poly(Arylene Ether Sulfone) Composite Membrane J. Seol, J. Won (Kangwon National University), M. Lee (Kolon Central Research Park), Y. Hong (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), and S. Lee (Kangwon National University)
o   1473   Relationship Between Morphology and Proton Conductivity of Aromatic Diblock Copolymer Electrolytes T. Oshima, K. Umezawa, M. Yoshizawa-Fujita (Sophia University), A. Ohira (AIST), Y. Takeoka, and M. Rikukawa (Sophia University)
o   1474   Synthesis of Hydrocarbon Ionomer Materials and Evaluations of MEA S. Miura, T. Oshima, K. Umezawa, M. Yoshizawa-Fujita (Sophia University), A. Ohira (AIST), Y. Takeoka, and M. Rikukawa (Sophia University)
o   1475   Nano-Composite Ion-Conducting Polymer Electrolytes (ICPEs) for Fuel Cell Application H. Zarrin, M. Fowler, A. Yu, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
o   1476   Polyvinyl Alcohol Based Nanocomposite Membranes Containing Aluminum Hydroxide Gel O. I. Radionova, I. Y. Prokhorov, and G. Akimov (DonPTI NAS Ukraine)
o   1477   Radiolytic Preparation and Characterization of Silane-Crosslinked ETFE-g-PSSA/PTMSPM Membrane for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell J. Sohn, J. Song, Y. Nho, and J. Shin (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
o   1478   Cross-Linked Poly(Arylene Ether Ketone) Membranes Containing Pendant Sulfonic Acid Groups for Fuel Cell Applications H. Dang and D. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
o   1479   Electron Beam-Induced Crosslinked SPEEK Membrane for PEMFC J. Song (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), D. Shin (Hanyang University), J. Sohn, Y. Nho (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), Y. Lee (Hanyang University), and J. Shin (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
o   1480   The Compatibility of the Composite Membrane Based on Sulfonated Poly(Ether Ether Ketone) (sPEEK) / Poly(Vinylidenefluoride) (PVdF) / Urethane Acrylate Non-Ionomer (UAN) for a Unitized Regenerative Fuel Cell (URFC) H. Jung (Kangwon National University) and J. Choi (Kyungil University)
o   1481   Catalyst Coated PBI Membrane High Temperature Assemblies N. Sephane, A. Kreisz, N. Donzel, J. Bernard d'Arbigny, D. J. Jones, and J. Rozière (University Montpellier 2)
o   1482   Microelectrode Analysis of Oxygen Permeation through Nafion® Thin Films A. Oda, H. Okada, H. Daimon, A. Tasaka, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
o   1483   Water Uptake and Transport in Nafion® G. Hwang, D. Parkinson, A. Kusoglu, A. MacDowell, and A. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
o   1484   Theoretical Study on the Degradation Mechanism of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane H. Motegi and M. Yoneda (Mizuho Information and Research Institute, Inc.)
o   1485   Membrane Science for Liquid Organic Fuel Cells K. T. Clark (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), L. Krishnan (GE Global Research), G. W. Yeager (General Electric), and J. Kerr (Lawrence Berekeley National Laboratory)
 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A.2.1 Visualization

Co-Chairs: Daniel Hussey & Ugur Pasaogullari
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1486   In Situ Water Distribution Visualization in MEA by Soft X-ray Radiography S. Tsushima, P. Deevanhxay, T. Sasabe, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
08:40   1487   Visualization of Liquid Water Accumulation in PEMFCs Operating at Different Temperatures by Soft X-ray Radiography P. Deevanhxay, T. Sasabe, S. Tsushima, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
09:00   1488   Visualized Liquid Water Evolution in a PEM fuel cell using Synchrotron Radiography J. Hinebaugh, J. Lee, and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto)
09:20   1489   Three-Dimensional Studies on Compressed Gas Diffusion Layers and the Water Distribution in Operating Fuel Cells Using Synchrotron X-ray Imaging C. Tötzke (Technische Unversität Berlin), I. Manke, T. Arlt, H. Markötter, A. Hilger, F. Wieder (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), J. Bohner (Forschungszentrum Jülich), W. Lehnert (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), G. Gaiselmann (Universität Ulm), V. Schmidt (Ulm University), J. Haußmann, J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- and Wasserstoff- Forschung Baden Württemberg), H. Riesemeier, A. Kupsch (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung), and J. Banhart (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1490   Neutron Imaging PEMFCs with ~1 µm Spatial Resolution D. S. Hussey, D. Jacobson (National Institute of Standards and Technology), B. Khaykovich (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. V. Gubarev (NASA), D. Spernjak, J. D. Fairweather, R. Mukundan, R. Lujan, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
10:20   1491   3D-Visualization of Cathode Catalyst Layer in MEA of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell by X-ray Computed Laminography XAFS T. Saida (Natinal Insitute of Natural Sciences Insitute for Molecular Science), O. Sekizawa (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo), N. Ishiguro (Natinal Insitute of Natural Sciences Insitute for Molecular Science), K. Uesugi, M. Hoshino (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute, SPring-8,), T. Uruga (JASRI/SPring-8), S. Ohkoshi (Department of Chemistry, The University of Tokyo), T. Yokoyama (Natinal Insitute of Natural Sciences Insitute for Molecular Science), and M. Tada (Insitute for Molecular Science)
10:40   1492   Electron Tomography Based 3D Reconstruction of Fuel Cell Catalysts and Catalyst Layers J. Jankovic (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Susac (AFCC), T. Soboleva, and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.)
11:00   1493   3D Chemical Mapping of PEM Fuel Cell Cathodes by Scanning Transmission Soft X-ray Spectro-Tomography V. Berejnov (McMaster University), D. Susac (AFCC), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), and A. P. Hitchcock (McMaster University)
11:20   1494   Heterogeneous Porosity Distribution Under Compression of Gas Diffusion Layer Using Synchrotron X-Ray Tomography J. Je, S. Doh (Pohang University of Science and Technology), J. Kim (The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), and M. Kim (Pohang University of Science and Technology)
11:40   1495   Effects of Channel Structure and Wettability on Liquid Water Transport in Cathode of PEFC Y. Ishizaki (Kyoto Institute of Technology), R. Taniguchi (Daikin Industries, LTD.), K. Nishida (Kyoto Institute of Technology), S. Tsushima, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-2.1 Stack Structure/Components (1)

Co-Chairs: Yuichio Tabuchi & Tom Fuller
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1496   Higher Current Density Operation in PEMFC for Automobile applications Y. Tabuchi, T. Shiomi, Y. Fukuyama, K. Sato, and N. Kubo (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd)
08:40   1497   Missions and Progressions of NEDO's Cell Evaluation Project M. Hori (Daido University), K. Kobayashi (Fuel Cell Research Center, DAIDO UNIVERSITY), Y. Oono, and A. Daimaru (Daido University)
09:00   1498   A 2 kW Power System Based on an Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cell Stack Developed at Cellera Technologies S. Gottesfeld (cellera Technologies)
09:20   1499   Investigation on Effect of PTFE Treatment on GDL Micro-structure by High-resolution X-ray CT T. Sasabe (Tohoku University), G. Inoue (Kyoto University), S. Tsushima, S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University), and U. Pasaogullari (University of Connecticut)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1500   Dynamic Analysis and Diagnostics of a High Temperature PEM Fuel Cell Stack Y. Zhu, W. Zhu, and B. Tatarchuk (Auburn University)
10:20   1501   Fabrication and Optimization Membrane Electrode Assembly with Support-Less Platinum Catalysts for Space Applications X. Huang (USC), W. A. Rigdon (University of South Carolina), K. Billings, and T. I. Valdez (California Institute of Technology)
10:40   1502   Novel Metallic Glass Micro Fuel Cell Architecture R. C. Sekol, G. Kumar, M. Carmo, S. Mukherjee, F. Gittleson, N. Hardesty-Dycke, J. Schroers, and A. D. Taylor (Yale University)
11:00   1503   Screening Balance of Plant Materials to Understand their effect on Fuel Cell Performance H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Das (University of South Carolina), K. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. S. Opu (University of South Carolina), H. Wang, C. S. Macomber (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Ohashi, and J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina)
11:20   1504   Investigating the Performance of Catalyst Layer Micro-Structures with Different Platinum Loadings M. Khakbaz Baboli, D. B. Harvey, and J. G. Pharoah (Queen's University)
11:40   1505   Development of Ultra-Low Pt Alloy Cathode Catalyst for PEM Fuel Cells B. N. Popov, T. Xie, T. Kim, W. Jung, A. Kriston, P. Ganesan (University of South Carolina), and H. Kim (Yonsei University)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

C-2.1High Temperature PEMFC Membranes 1

Co-Chairs: Deborah Jones & Akihiro Ohira
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1506   Synthesis and Properties of High Temperature Proton Exchange Membranes Based on Polybenzimidazoles Containing Hydroxypyridine L. Zhou and R. He (Northeastern University)
08:20   1507   Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells of Graft-type sulfonated Polybenzimidazoles J. Park (The University of Tokyo), M. Asano, Y. Maekawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), and K. Kudo (The University of Tokyo)
08:40   1508   Performance of the HT-PEM Membrane Electrode Assembly H. Hjuler, T. Steenberg, C. Terkelsen, T. Holst, H. Garcia (Danish Power Systems), and K. Cooper (Scribner, Inc.)
09:00   1509   Performance Analysis of a HT-PEM Fuel Cell under Mechanical Compression Control A. Diedrichs (NEXT ENERGY - EWE-Forschungszentrum für Energietechnologie e.V.) and P. Wagner (NEXT ENERGY - EWE Forschungsinstitut für Energietechnologie e.V.)
09:20   1510   Thermogravimetric and Spectroscopic Investigation of the Interaction between Polybenzimidazole and Phosphoric Acid A. Majerus, F. Conti, C. Korte, W. Lehnert, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1511   Sulfonated-Nanocomposites Incorporated Polybenzimidazole Based Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells K. A. Stewart and H. Pal Singh Missan (University of the West Indies)
10:20   1512   Novel Polybenzimidazole-Phosphoric Acid Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications G. W. Yeager (General Electric), L. Krishnan, E. Thomas, and T. Zhang (GE Global Research)
10:40   1513   A Novel, Easy to Synthesize, Anhydrous Derivative of Phosphoric Acid for Use as Electrolyte in H2/O2 Fuel Cells Y. Ansari, T. Tucker, and A. Angell (Arizona State University)
11:00   1514   Non-Humidified Fuel Cells Using a Protic Ionic Liquid as Electrolyte T. Yasuda, Y. Honda, R. Tatara, K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)
11:20   1515   A Non-humidified Fuel Cell Using Fluorohydrogenate Ionic Liquid-Polymer Composite Membrane Prepared by Living Radical Polymerization P. Kiatkittikul, J. Yamaguchi, T. Nohira, R. Hagiwara, Y. Tsujii (Kyoto University), and T. Sato (Tsuruoka National College of Technology)
11:40   1516   Intermediate-Temperature Fuel Cells Using an Anhydrous Proton Conductor AIII0.5BV0.5P2O7 P. Heo (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), Y. Shen (Nagoya University), M. Nagao (California Institute of Technology), K. Kim, C. Pak, K. Choi, H. Chang (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), and T. Hibino (Nagoya University)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-2.1 Pt-Based Cathode Catalysts 1

Co-Chairs: Tatsuya Hatanaka & Rohit Makharia
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1517   U.S. Department of Energy Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Catalyst Development Activities T. G. Benjamin (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Epping-Martin, N. L. Garland, D. L. Ho (U.S. Department of Energy), J. P. Kopasz (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Papageorgopoulos (U.S. Department of Energy), and W. F. Podolski (Argonne National Laboratory)
08:20   1518   Performance and Durability Benchmark of Advanced Cathode Catalysts, and Development Target for Platinum Reduction in PEM Fuel Cell Vehicles R. Makharia, T. Greszler, and N. Subramanian (General Motors)
08:40   1519   Theoretical Study on Particle Size effect of Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt Catalyst Y. Kawamura (Toyota Motor Corporation) and R. Jinnouchi (Toyota Central R&D Laboratory)
09:00   1520   The Particle Size Effect on the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity of Pt Catalysts: Influence of Electrolyte and Relation to Single Crystal Models M. Nesselberger (University of Copenhagen)
09:20   1521   Synthesis of Platinum Catalyst Clusters and Electrochemical Investigation of Stability R. A. Hackendorn and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1522   Pt Nanoparticles Dispersion Influence on the Fuel Cell Performance M. Darab (NTNU), J. Gómez de la Fuente, M. Skinlo Thomassen (SINTEF), and S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
10:20   1523   Electrocatalytic Behavior of Tailored Shape Platinum Nanoparticles S. Baranton, P. Urchaga, C. Coutanceau (Université de Poitiers), and G. Jerkiewicz (Queen's University)
10:40   1524   First-Principles Analysis of the Electrocatalytic Activity of Pt(100) Surface for Oxygen Reduction Reaction B. Han (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)), V. Viswanathan (Stanford univerity), and H. Pitsch (Stanford University)
11:00   1525   Analysis of Pt Oxide Formation on Working Cathode of PEFC by Operando-XAFS T. Hatanaka, K. Hiroshima, Y. Nishimura, T. Nonaka, K. Dohmae (Toyota Central R&D Labs. Inc.), R. Jinnouchi (Toyota Central R&D Laboratory), and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs. Inc.)
11:40   1526   The effect of Platinum Oxide Growth on Platinum Stability in PEMFCs E. L. Redmond, P. Trogadas, F. M. Alamgir, and T. F. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-2.1 Small Organic Molecule Oxidation in Acid

Co-Chairs: Bruno Pollet & Christophe Coutanceau
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1527   A Ternary Catalyst for Dimethyl Ether Electrooxidation Q. Li, G. Wu, C. Johnston, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
08:20   1528   Pt Decorated Amorphous RuIr Alloys as High Efficiency Electrocatalyst for the Methanol Oxidation Reaction B. G. Pollet (HySA Systems Competence Centre)
08:40   1529   Ethanol Oxidation Reaction on Tandem-type Pt/Rh/SnOx Electrocatalysts H. Inoue, A. Haze, M. Chiku, and E. Higuchi (Osaka Prefecture University)
09:00   1530   Development of High Performance Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cell Using Hyper Branched Polymer as a Catalyst Stabilizer T. Tsujiguchi, M. Kojima, T. Iwakami, N. Nakagawa (Gunma University), and K. Kojima (Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
09:20   1531   Carbon-TiO2 Composite Nanofibers as a Promising Support for PtRu Anode Catalyst of DMFC M. A. Abdelkareem, Y. Ito, T. Tsujiguchi, and N. Nakagawa (Gunma University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1532   O2-Enhanced Methanol Oxidation at Pt-Ru-C Ternary Sputtered Electrode S. Shironita, M. Ueda, and M. Umeda (Nagaoka University of Technology)
10:20   1533   Enhancement of Catalytic Properties for the Electrooxidation of Polyols on Bi-Modified Pt and Pd Nanoparticles C. Coutanceau, S. Baranton, M. Simoes, and L. Demarconnay (Université de Poitiers)
10:40   1534   Electrochemical Behavior and Morphology of Nano Catalyst for Fuel Cell: The effect of Ultrasonic and Microwave Techniques V. Tran, T. Doan, N. Duong, M. Le, and T. Nguyen (Vietnam National University)
11:00   1535   Novel 3-D Graphite Oxide-Nanoribbon Supported Metal Catalysts for Methanol Oxidation Reaction H. Wang, B. A. Kakade, T. Tamaki, H. Ohashi, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
11:20   1536   Reaction Analysis of Alcohol Electro-oxidation at Intermediate Temperatures J. Otomo, I. Shimada, F. Kosaka, K. Ishiyama, and Y. Oshima (The University of Tokyo)
11:40   1537   The Impact of Formaldehyde and Formic Acid on Methanol Electrooxidation at Pt-film Electrode: A Combined ATR-FTIRS/DEMS Study R. Reichert, J. Schnaidt, Z. Jusys, and R. Behm (Ulm University)
 

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-2.2 Diagnostics

Co-Chairs: Xinyu Huang & Jian Xie
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1538   Application of Impedance Spectroscopy to Characterize PEM Fuel Cells M. E. Orazem (University of Florida)
14:40   1539   Performance Characterization of PEM Fuel Cell Stacks Using AC impedance Spectroscopy J. O. Park, J. Yi, J. Kim, T. Song, and J. Ko (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)
15:00   1540   Study on Protocols for Evaluating Reactant Gas Transport in Cathode Catalyst Layers of PEFC H. Yasuda, K. Kobayashi, A. Daimaru, and M. Hori (Daido University)
15:20   1541   An Oxygen Flux Interrupt Method and In Situ Micro-Sensor for Characterizing Oxygen Transport in PEFCs W. K. Epting and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University)
15:40   1542   Measurements of Water Vapor and Current Distributions and Prediction of Water Crossover in PEMFC under Low-Humidity Conditions K. Nishida, M. Asa (Kyoto Institute of Technology), S. Tsushima, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1543   In-plane Liquid Water Distribution at the Interface Between the Gas Diffusion Layer and Catalyst Layer in the Cathode of a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell with a Hybrid Pattern Flow Field H. Nakajima, T. Kitahara, Y. Takazono, S. Miyahara, and A. Shimizu (Kyushu University)
16:40   1544   Segmented PEMFC with Sub-millimeter Resolution U. Shrivastava, A. Sarkar, and K. Tajiri (Michigan Technological University)
17:00   1545   Using a Novel Current Distribution Board to Understand Local Water Transport in PEMFCs V. Lilavivat, S. Shimpalee, J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina), C. Mittelsteadt, and H. Xu (Giner Inc.)
17:20   1546   Design of An Optical Fiber Sensor for in-situ Measurement of Temperature and Water Droplet Detection in a PEM Fuel Cell K. Inman and X. Wang (Oakland University)
17:40   1547   Calculating Hydrogen Mass Transport Coefficients in a PEMFC at Different Operating Conditions Using a Hydrogen Pump Configuration M. Angelo, K. Bethune, and R. Rocheleau (University of Hawaii)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-2.2 Stack Structure/Components (2)

Co-Chairs: Doug Hansen & Kazuhiko Shinohara
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1548   Manufacturing All-Polymer Laminar Flow-Based Fuel Cells A. Hollinger (UIUC) and P. J. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
14:20   1549   Fabricating and Measuring Low-Platinum Content HOR/HER Gas Diffusion Electrodes Y. Zhang, J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Hsieh (National Chiao Tung University), and R. R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
14:40   1550   Fabrication of Bipolar Plates Based on Graphite Sheet via Stamping Method T. Park, I. Chang, Y. Lee, and S. Cha (Seoul National University)
15:00   1551   A Novel Lightweight Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Stack for Robot Systems S. Hwang, J. Jang, G. Choi, S. Lee, O. Kwon, D. Lee, A. Bates, R. Ench (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology), and S. Park (University of Louisville)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

C-2.2 Perfluorosulfonic Acid Membranes 2

Co-Chairs: Hideki Nakagawa & Mark Edmundson
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1552   Copolymeric Short-Long Side Chain PFSA/PTFE Composite Membranes with High Ion Exchange Capacities for Fuel Cell Applications Y. Zhang and Y. Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
14:40   1553   Effect of Thermal Treatment on the Properties of Ultra-Thin Nafion Film D. K. Paul (Queen's University & Queen's - RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre) and K. Karan (Queen's University)
15:00   1554   Role of Chemical-Mechanical Energies in Understanding Structure and Properties of Aged and Degraded Membranes A. Kusoglu and A. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
15:20   1555   Numerical Validation of Water Transport in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes R. S. Fu, N. Khajeh-Hosseini-Dalasm, and U. Pasaogullari (University of Connecticut)
15:40   1556   On the Diffusion Coefficient of Water in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes T. Berning, A. Olesen, and S. Kær (Aalborg University)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1557   A Study on Structural Property of Ionomer as A Model for Catalyst Layer A. Ohira (AIST), S. Kuroda (Fuel Cell Cutting-Edge Center, Technology Research Association), M. Yamaguchi, M. Barique, and H. Mohamed (uel Cell Cutting-Edge Center, Technology Research Association)
17:00   1558   Accelerated Testing of Carbon Corrosion and Membrane Degradation in PEM Fuel Cells R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. James, D. Ayotte (Ballard Power Systems), J. Davey, D. Langlois, D. Spernjak, D. Torraco (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Balasubramanian, A. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
17:20   1559   Degradation of Perfluorosulfonic Acid Membrane Water Permeance via Formation of Sulfonic Acid Anhydrides S. Clapham, F. D. Coms, T. Fuller, and L. Zou (General Motors Company)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-2.2 Pt-Based Cathode Catalysts 2

Co-Chairs: Bryan Pivovar & Peter Strasser
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1560   High-Fidelity Simulations of Nano-Structured Thin Film (NSTF) Catalysts S. Kim, Z. Zhou (Michigan Technological University), and K. Moriyama (Honda R&D)
14:20   1561   DFT Study of Pt Alloy and Pt Thin Film Catalysts for the Cathode Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells W. Goddard III, Y. Sha, T. Yu, H. Tsai, B. V. Merinov (California Institute of Technology), and P. Shirvanian (Ford Motor Co.)
14:40   1562   Development of Alternated Catalyst Layer Structure for PEM Fuel Cells W. MEI, T. Fukazawa, Y. Nakano, Y. Akasaka, and K. Naito (Toshiba Coporate R&D Center)
15:00   1563   Theoretical Study of the Structure, Stability and Oxygen Reduction Activity of Ultrathin Platinum Nanotubes I. Matanovic, F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P. R. Kent (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and N. J. Henson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
15:20   1564   Oxygen Reduction Activity of Vapor-Grown Platinum Nanotubes A. B. Papandrew, R. Atkinson, G. A. Goenaga, D. Wilson (The University of Tennessee), S. S. Kocha, K. Neyerlin, J. Zack, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
15:40   1565   Activity and Durability of Pt Extended Network Electrocatalyst Structures Made from Spontaneous Galvanic Displacement K. Neyerlin, B. Larsen, S. S. Kocha, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1566   Important Role of Cerium Oxide in Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Pt-CeOx Nanocomposite Electrocatalyst Studied by in situ Electrochemical XAFS T. Masuda (NIMS), H. Fukumitsu, K. Fugane, H. Togasaki (National Institute for Materials Science), D. Matsumura, K. Tamura, Y. Nishihata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), H. Yoshikawa, K. Kobayashi, T. Mori (National Institute for Materials Science), and K. Uosaki (NIMS)
16:40   1567   Effect of Silicotungstic acid on Cathode Performance in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells P. Baker, H. R. Kunz, and L. Bonville (University of Connecticut)
17:00   1568   Analyzing the effect of Ultra-Low Pt Loading on Mass and Specific Activity of PEM Fuel Cells A. Kriston, T. Xie, T. Kim, W. Jung, P. Genesan, and B. N. Popov (University of South Carolina)
17:20   1569   Impact of Platinum Loading and Catalyst Layer Structure on PEMFC Performance J. Owejan (General Motors Electrochemical Energy Research Laboratory), J. Owejan, and W. Gu (General Motors)
17:40   1570   Multi-Step Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) Kinetics on Pt including Water Activation B. Jayasankar, K. Karan, and D. B. Harvey (Queen's University)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-2.2 Materials and Fuels for Alkaline Systems

Co-Chairs: Zenonas Jusys & El�d Gyenge
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1571   Borohydride Electrooxidation: New Insights Based on an Old Paradigm S. Sun, Z. Jusys, and R. Behm (Ulm University)
14:40   1572   Hydrazine Electrooxidation of Ni-La Catalysts for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells T. Sakamoto, K. Asazawa (Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd.), U. Martinez, B. Halevi, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), K. Yamaguchi, N. Mizuno (University of Tokyo), D. Matsumura, Y. Nishihata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), and H. Tanaka (Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd.)
15:00   1573   Effect of Carbonate Ion Species on Power Generation Characteristics of Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell S. Suzuki, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)
15:20   1574   Investigations of the Anodic Oxidation of Ethanol under Forced Convection and Ambient Conditions J. O. Meier, C. Cremers (Fraunhofer ICT), U. Stimming (Technische Universität München), and J. Tübke (Fraunhofer ICT)
15:40   1575   Development of a Swiss-Roll Mixed-Reactant Feed Direct Borohydride Fuel Cell A. Aziznia, C. W. Oloman, and E. L. Gyenge (The University of British Columbia)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1576   Direct Borohydride Fuel Cells: A Progress Review from Electrocatalysis to Novel Mixed Reactant Fuel Cell Design E. L. Gyenge (The University of British Columbia)
17:00   1577   Improvement of Properties of Anion Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications by Controlling Water State H. Jung, H. Ohashi, T. Tamaki, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
17:20   1578   Boron and Phosphorus Co-Doped Graphene as Metal-Free Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Medium G. Jo and S. Sangaraju (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology)
17:40   1579   Hydroxide Based Decomposition of Functionalized Benzyltrimethylammonium Cations C. S. Macomber (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), H. Long, E. Gjersing, C. Engtrakul (National Renewable Energy Lab), C. Lyiza, Y. Yang, D. Knauss (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-3.1 Catalyst Layers

Co-Chairs: Kunal Karan & Kelly Perry
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1580   Determination of CL Ionomer Conductivity K. Karan (Queen's University)
08:40   1581   STXM Characterization of PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers D. Susac (AFCC), V. Berejnov, A. P. Hitchcock (McMaster University), and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.)
09:00   1582   Analysis and Experiments of Major Parameters in Catalyst Layer Structure Affecting on PEFC Performance M. KOBAYASHI, Y. Tabe, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University)
09:20   1583   Performance Characteristics of PEFCs with Patterned Electrodes Prepared by Piezo-electric Printing D. Malevich, M. Saha, E. Halliop, B. Peppley, J. Pharoah (Queen's-RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre), and K. Karan (Queen's University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00 Poster Awards (Room of Section D) - Jim Fenton & Thomas Schmidt (20 Minutes)
10:20   1584   Ice-Crystallization Kinetics and Water Movement in Gas-Diffusion and Catalyst Layers T. J. Dursch, M. Ciontea, G. Trigub, C. Radke (University of California, Berkeley), and A. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
10:40   1585   The effect of Pt Particle Distribution of Various Supported Electrocatalyst on Pt Utilization of Membrane-Electrode Assembly M. Uchida, K. Kakinuma, H. Uchida, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
11:00   1586   Temperature Sensitivity of Polymer-Electrolyte Fuel Cells with Ultra-Low Catalyst Loadings M. L. Perry, C. Shovlin, and R. Zaffou (United Technologies Research Center)
11:20   1587   Effects of Through-plane Thermal Gradients of Anode and Cathode Electrodes on PEMFC Performance K. Inman and X. Wang (Oakland University)
11:40   1588   The Spatial Performance Effect of Electrode Defects in PEMFC G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. Felt (NREL), and M. Ulsh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-3.1 Fuel Cells - General (1)

Co-Chairs: Sri Narayanan & HyukSang Kwon
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1589   Design of Al-Fe Alloys for Fast On-board Hydrogen Production from Hydrolysis, and Its Application to PEMFC K. Eom (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Kwon (University of Michigan), M. Kim, and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
08:40   1590   Influences of Various Recycled Fuel Conditions on the Stability of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells K. Park, M. Yang, and J. Park (Sejong University)
09:00   1591   Immobilized Viologen Polymers for Carbohydrate Fuel Cell Y. Pan, J. Stockton, D. Hansen, W. Pitt, and D. R. Wheeler (Brigham Young University)
09:20   1592   In Situ and Ex Situ Characterization of Bipolar Plates for PEM Fuel Cells S. Ladre (Sør-Trøndelag Uviversity College), O. Kongstein, A. Oedegaard (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), F. Seland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and H. Karoliussen (Sør-Trøndelag University College)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00 Poster Awards (Room of Section D) - Jim Fenton & Thomas Schmidt (20 Minutes)
10:20   1593   Spatially Resolved Characterization of DMFCs Aged under Critical Conditions A. Löhmer, K. Wippermann, M. Müller, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
10:40   1594   The Effect of Gas Diffusion Media on AMFC performance T. Isomura, K. Fukuta, H. Yanagi (Tokuyama Corp.), S. Ge, and C. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University)
11:00   1595   Development of High Performance MEA by CS-AFM (Current Sensing - Atomic Force Microscopy) S. Lee, O. Kwen, D. Lee (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology), B. Han (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)), S. Hwang, J. Jang, G. Choi, A. Bates (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology), and S. Park (University of Louisville)
11:20   1596   Comparison of H2S Effects: Using Two Different Ultra-Low Platinum Anode Loadings under Different PEFC Operating Conditions C. Quesada, T. Rockward, K. C. Rau, and F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

C-3.1 High Temperature and Composite Membranes 2

Co-Chairs: Michael Ulsh & Hideki Nakagawa
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1597   Novel Anion Conductive Block Copolymers for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Water Electrolysis P. Kohl, J. Zhou, D. Park, K. Joseph, J. Ahlfield, and H. Beckham (Georgia Institute of Technology)
08:40   1598   Advanced Hybrid Super Acidic Inorganic-Organic PEMs for Hotter and Drier Operation A. Herring, J. L. Horan, M. Kuo, J. Jessop, G. Schlichting, and Y. Yang (Colorado School of Mines)
09:00   1599   Anhydrous Novel Acid-Base Binary and Ternary Systems for Fuel Cell Applications M. Singh and H. Missan (University of the West Indies)
09:20   1600   New Composite PEM for High Temperature Fuel Cells M. E. Cordova, A. Sleczka, E. M. Kelder, and S. J. Picken (TUDelft)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00 Poster Awards (Room of Section D) - Jim Fenton & Thomas Schmidt (20 Minutes)
10:20   1601   Zeolite 4A-Methane Sulfonic Acid-Sulfonated Poly (Ether Ether Ketone) Based Mixed Matrix Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells S. Meenakshi, S. D. Bhat, A. Sahu, P. Sridhar, and S. Pitchumani (CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute)
10:40   1602   Polymer Inorganic Composite (PIC) Nanofiber Proton Exchange Membrane for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells G. Arumugam, V. Kamavaram, V. Veedu, and K. Cheung (Oceanit Laboratories Inc)
11:00   1603   Nanofiber Composite Membranes for a Regenerative H2/Br2 Fuel Cell J. Park and P. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University)
11:20   1604   Composite Sulfonated Polyether Ether Ketone (SPEEK) Membranes with 3-(Trihydroxysilyl)-1-Propanesulfonic Acid for a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) S. Yun, J. Parrondo, and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-3.1 Pt-Alloy Cathode Catalysts 1

Co-Chairs: Branko Popov & Hiroyuki Uchida
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1605   Dispersed PtCo Alloy Catalyst Synthesized by Modified Polyol Reduction Method for PEM Fuel Cells T. Kawamura and S. Matsumoto (Toyota Motor Corporation)
08:20   1606   Enhanced ORR and MOR Activities by Bimetallic CoPt and PdPt Electrocatalysts B. A. Kakade, T. Tamaki, H. Ohashi, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
08:40   1607   Development of Highly Active Pt2Ni/C Catalyst for PEM Fuel Cell T. Xie, T. Kim, W. Jung, A. Kriston, P. Ganesan, and B. N. Popov (University of South Carolina)
09:00   1608   Subsurface Enrichment in Highly Active Dealloyed Pt-Ni Catalyst Nanoparticles for Oxygen Reduction L. Gan (Technical University Berlin), M. Heggen (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), and P. Strasser (Technische Universität Berlin)
09:20   1609   Core-Shell Fine Structure and Size-Dependent Morphology of Dealloyed Pt Bimetallic Nanoparticle Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts M. Oezaslan (Technische Universität Berlin), M. Heggen (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), and P. Strasser (Technische Universität Berlin)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00 Poster Awards (Room of Section D) - Jim Fenton & Thomas Schmidt (20 Minutes)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-3.1 Alkaline Membranes and Systems

Co-Chairs: Plamen Attanasov & Robert Mantz
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1610   Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell for Platinum-free Liquid Fuel Car K. Asazawa, H. Tanaka (Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd.), U. Martinez, B. Halevi (The University of New Mexico), A. Serov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), and B. Kiefer (New Mexico State University)
08:40   1611   Alkaline Durable Anion Exchange Membranes Based on Graft-type Fluoropolymer Films for Hydrazine Hydrate Fuel Cell K. Yoshimura, H. Koshikawa, T. Yamaki, Y. Maekawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), K. Yamamoto, H. Shishitani, K. Asazawa, S. Yamaguchi, and H. Tanaka (Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.)
09:00   1612   Stringing Cations in Hydroxide Exchange Membranes for Low Water-Uptake and High Hydroxide-Conductivity J. Wang, S. Gu, and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)
09:20   1613   Highly Anion-Conducting Porous Polymer Electrolyte Membrane for Alkaline Fuel Cells H. Zarrin, M. Fowler, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00 Poster Awards (Room of Section D) - Jim Fenton & Thomas Schmidt (20 Minutes)
10:20   1614   Modeling and Analysis of Ion Transport Trough Anion Exchange Membranes Used in Alkaline Fuel Cells S. Castañeda Ramírez and C. Sánchez Sáenz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
10:40   1615   Synthesis of Triarylsulfonium Functionalized Polysulfone for Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells B. Zhang, S. Gu, J. Wang, Y. Yan (University of Delaware), and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)
11:00   1616   Polymer Backbone Stability of Quaternized Fluorinated Poly(arylene ether)s and Its Impact on AMFC Performance D. Kim (Honam Petrochemical Corp.), C. H. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratories), M. Hibbs (Sandia National Laboratory), D. Wrobleski, and Y. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
11:20   1617   Alkaline Stability and AMFC Performance of Perfluorinated Polymer Electrolytes D. Kim (Honam Petrochemical Corp.), C. H. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratories), M. Hibbs (Sandia National Laboratory), and Y. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
11:40   1618   The Performance of Anionic Ionomers in Direct Methanol Fuel Cells K. Joseph, J. Ahlfield, J. Zhou, and P. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-3.1 Pt-Alloy Cathode Catalysts 1 (Continued)

Co-Chairs: Branko Popov & Hiroyuki Uchida
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:20   1619   Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Electrodeposited Pt100-xNix: Influence of alloy composition and dealloying Y. Liu, C. Hangarter (National Institute of Standards and Technology), U. Bertocci (NIST), and T. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
10:40   1620   High Activity De-alloyed PtMn (M = Co and Ni) Cathodic Catalysts showing OO(H) or O(H) coverage on Pt Consistent with the Sabateir Model D. E. Ramaker (The George Washington University), K. Caldwell (George Washington University), S. Mukerjee, Q. Jia (Northeastern University), and J. Ziegelbauer (General Motors Central Research and Development)
11:00   1621   PEMFC Nanoparticle Catalyst Dealloying from Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations B. Puchala (Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison), S. Lin (National Cheng Kung University), L. Wang, and D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
11:20   1622   Dealloying of Nanoparticles X. Li (Arizona State University), I. McCue, J. Snyder, J. Erlebacher (Johns Hopkins University), and K. Sieradzki (Arizona State University)
11:40   1623   Correlation between Local Structure and Catalytic Activity of Monolayer Pt Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction X. Wang, Y. Orikasa (Kyoto University), M. Inaba (Doshisha University), and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)
 

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-3.2 Porous Transport Layers

Co-Chairs: Emin Kumbur, Trung Nguyen, & Felix Buechi
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1624   Influence of Hydrohilic and Hydrophobic Double MPL Coated GDL on PEFC Performance T. Kitahara, H. Nakajima, K. Mori, and M. Inamoto (Kyushu University)
14:20   1625   Observation of Water Transfer Phenomena in Micro-Porous Layer of PEFC Y. AOYAMA, K. Kadowaki, Y. Tabe, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University)
14:40   1626   The Effect of Microporous Layer on PEFC Dryout D. Malevich, E. Halliop, J. Suryana, B. Peppley, J. Pharoah (Queen's-RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre), and K. Karan (Queen's University)
15:00   1627   Understanding Mechanism of PTFE Distribution in Fibrous Porous Media G. Inoue (Kyoto University), N. Ishibe, Y. Matsukuma, and M. Minemoto (Kyushu University)
15:20   1628   Hydrophobic Gas Diffusion Media for PEM Fuel Cells by Direct Fluorination T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas), A. Ahosseini, and X. Wang (University of Kansas)
15:40   1629   Measurement of Capillary Presuure Curves in GDLs at Elevated Temperatures J. Gostick and K. P. Shrestha (Mcgill University)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1630   Water Distribution in GDL at Optimum Humidification J. Eller, J. Roth, R. Gaudenzi, S. Irvine, F. Marone, M. Stampanoni (Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Wokaun (Paul Scherrer Institute), and F. Büchi (Paul Scherrer Institut)
16:40   1631   Three-Dimensional Morphological Characterization of Micro Porous Layers A. Sadeghi Alavijeh, A. Nanjundappa, M. El Hannach, and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)
17:00   1632  
CANCELLED
Investigation of Water Breakthrough and Flow in Gas Diffusion Layers and Relavance to Fuel Cell Water Management Z. Lu and J. Patterson (Ford Motor Company)
17:20   1633   Effect of Channel Materials on the Behavior of Water Droplet Emerging from GDL into PEMFC Gas Channels P. Gopalan and S. Kandlikar (Rochester Institute of Technology)
17:40   1634   Microstructure-Driven Analysis of Two-Phase Transport in Dual-Layer Diffusion Media of PEFCs E. A. Wargo (Drexel University), V. P. Schulz (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University), A. Cecen, S. R. Kalidindi, and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University)
 

Tapa 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

B-3.2 Fuel Cells - General (2)

Co-Chairs: Takashi Tokumasu & Sri Narayanan
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1635   Nanoscale Transport Phenomena in PEM of PEFC by Large Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulations T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)
14:40   1636   A Direct DME High Temperature PEM Fuel Cell A. Vassiliev, J. Jensen, Q. Li, C. Pan, L. Cleemann (Technical University of Denmark), T. Steenberg, H. Hjuler (Danish Power Systems), and N. Bjerrum (Technical Iniversity of Denmark)
15:00   1637   Percolation in Catalyst Layer of PEMFC S. A. Stacy and J. Allen (Michigan Technological University)
15:20   1638   Impact of Structural Plastics as Balance of Plant Components on Fuel Cell Performance B. Lakshmanan, K. O'Leary, and R. Reid (General Motors Company)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-3.2.2 Non-Precious Metal Catalysts

Co-Chairs: Akimitsu Ishihara & Plamen Atanassov
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1639   Electrochemical Characterization of Non-Precious Metal Catalysts Based on Copper-Triazole Complexes for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells C. Zhang, G. A. Goenaga, C. Dabke, A. Belapure, A. Papandrew, S. Foister, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
14:20   1640   Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of Co, Fe and Cu-based Catalysts For ORR In PEM Fuel Cells G. A. Goenaga (The University of Tennessee), J. Brooksbank (University of Tennessee Knoxville), C. Dabke, C. Zhang, A. Belapure, A. Papandrew, S. Foister, and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee)
14:40   1641   Non-PGM Electrocatalysts for ORR: Structure and Reactivity of Dinuclear Heterometallic Catalysts K. Strickland and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)
15:00   1642   Group 4 and 5 Metal Oxide-Based Compounds as New Non-Platinum Cathode for PEFC A. Ishihara, S. Yin, K. Suito, K. Hara, K. Matsuzawa, S. Mitsushima, K. Ota (Yokohama National University), M. Matsumoto, and H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.)
15:40   1643   ORR Activity of Nb Oxide Based Catalyst Prepared from Nb Compound Including C and N K. Hara, A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University), M. Matsumoto, M. Arao, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.), K. Matsuzawa, S. Mitsushima, and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1644   Oxygen Reduction on TiO2-Coated Carbon Nanofibers Decorated with Graphene Platelets J. P. McClure (NC State University), C. Devine, A. Loebl (North Carolina State University), R. Jiang, D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. Cuomo, G. Parsons, and P. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University)
16:40   1645   Highly-dispersed Nanoscale Tantalum-based Catalysts Prepared by Electrodeposition as Novel Non-platinum Cathodes for PEFCs J. SEO (The University of Tokyo), K. Takanabe (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)), J. Kubota, and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo)
17:00   1646   Bio-inspired Electrocatalysts for ORR: The Case for Structured Mixed Metal Oxides B. Halevi (The University of New Mexico), C. Harrison, A. Serov, C. Lau (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (The University of New Mexico), B. Kiefer (New Mexico State University), and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)
17:20   1647   Coaxial TiN-CNT Composites as Effective Low Temperature Fuel Cell Electrocatalyst Supports D. C. Higgins and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
17:40   1648   Electrospun Iron/Polyacrylonitrile Derived Nanofibrous Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction J. Wu, H. Park, D. C. Higgins, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
18:00   1649   Nitrogen-doped Activated Graphene Supported Platinum Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells J. Choi, D. Lee, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-3.2.1 Pt-Alloy and Core-Shell Cathode Catalysts

Co-Chairs: Vojislav Stamenkovic & Hideo Daimon
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1650   Advanced Electrocatalysts for PEM Fuel Cells C. Wang, D. Van der Vliet, D. Tripkovic, D. Strmcnik, D. Li, N. M. Markovic, and V. R. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory)
14:40   1651   In Situ Pt K-Edge XAFS Study on Pt/Au Nanoclusters for Fuel Cell Catalysts T. Kaito, H. Mitsumoto, S. Sugawara, K. Shinohara (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd), H. Uehara, H. Ariga, S. Takakusagi, and K. Asakura (Hokkaido University)
15:00   1652   Evaluation of Electrocatalytic Activity and Durability for Oxygen Reduction Reaction of Au Core/Pt Shell Catalysts with Small Core E. Higuchi, K. Okada, M. Chiku, and H. Inoue (Osaka Prefecture University)
15:20   1653   Improvement of Durability of Au core/Pt Shell Structured Catalyst H. Daimon (Doshisha University), N. Aoki (ishihuku metal industry), H. Inoue (Ishifuku Metal Industry Co., Ltd), T. Nishikawa, Y. Ikehata, E. Maki (Doshisha University), H. YAMADA (Nara National College of Technology), and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
15:40   1654   Synthesis of Pt-Au Nanoparticle Netlike Assembly as High Active and Durable Catalysts for ORR Z. Zhou, H. Wang, L. Song, C. Chen, N. Tian, and S. Sun (Xiamen University)
16:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:20   1655   In Situ XAFS Study on the Structure and Behavior of PEFC Core-Shell Pt-M/C (M = Au, Pd) Catalysts under Stepwise Voltage Operation Conditions S. Nagamatsu (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo), T. Arai, M. Yamamoto, H. Oyanagi (Honda R&D Co., Ltd.), T. Ishizaka, H. Kawanami (AIST), T. Uruga (JASRI/SPring-8), M. Tada (Insitute for Molecular Science), and Y. Iwasawa (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo)
16:40   1656   Enhanced Oxygen Reduction Performance and Durability for Titanium Dioxide Modified PtAu/C Nanoparticles C. Liu (National Central University), M. Janyasupab (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Zhang (Shanghai University), C. Lai, J. Lin, L. Tsai (Industrial Technology Research Institute), C. Liu (Case Western Reserve University), and K. Wang (National Central University)
17:00   1657   PtPd Areogels as a New Class of High Surface Area Catalysts towards the Oxygen Reduction Reaction W. Liu (Technical University Dresden), A. Rabis (Paul Scherrer Institute), A. Foeslke (Paul Scherrer Institut), R. Kötz (Paul Scherrer Institute), J. Yuan (TU Dresden), A. Hermann (Technical University Dresden), P. Rodriguez (Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Eychmüller (Technical University Dresden), and T. J. Schmidt (Paul Scherrer Institute)
17:20   1658   Pt-Sn(Oxidized Shell)/C and Pt-Sn(Reduced)/C as Cathode Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells: Catalyst Performances and Characterization G. Samjeske, S. Nagamatsu, K. Nagasawa, Y. Imaizumi, S. Takao, O. Sekizawa (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo), T. Yamamoto (The University of Tokushima), T. Uruga (JASRI/SPring-8), and Y. Iwasawa (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo)
17:40   1659   PtSc Alloy Nanocrystals as Electrocatalysts with High Specific and Mass Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Y. Zhang (University of Delware), Z. Zhuang, and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)
18:00   1660   Hydrogen Oxidation at Small Amount of Pt on TiO2-SiO2 W. Zhang, S. Shironita, and M. Umeda (Nagaoka University of Technology)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-3.2 Acid Direct Fuel Cells. Materials and Systems

Co-Chairs: Cynthia Rice & Adam Lewera
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1661   Hydrocarbon Electrolytes with Nitrile Groups for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells S. Hürter, M. Müller, D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and M. Guiver (National Research Council Canada)
14:20   1662   Meso-Structured Aluminosilicate-Nafion Hybrid Membranes for DMFCs S. Meenakshi, A. Sahu, S. D. Bhat, P. Sridhar, S. Pitchumani (CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute), and A. K. Shukla (Indian Institute of Science)
14:40   1663   Mechanistic Studies of Palladium Based Catalysts in the Reactions of Alcohols Electrooxidation A. Serov (University of New Mexico), U. Martinez, K. Artyushkova, B. Halevi, and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)
15:00   1664   Multiscale modeling for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells R. Ribadeneira, D. C. Orozco, and J. Molina (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
15:20   1665   Tungsten Carbide on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube as a Co-Catalyst for Methanol Oxidation M. Rahsepar (Shiraz University), P. Nikolaev (Sungkyunkwan University), and H. Kim (DGIST)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   1666   Electrode Degradation of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Evidenced by X-ray Tomography Q. Li, D. Spernjak, and Y. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
16:20   1667   Catalysts for Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cells C. A. Rice and A. Bauskar (Tennessee Tech University)
16:40   1668   Effect of Nanometallic Catalysts on Electrochemical Oxidation of Glycerol V. Tran, T. Nguyen, T. Lam, T. Co, and T. Nguyen (Vietnam National University)
17:00   1669   Product Distribution on Ethylene Glycol Oxidation Reaction for Carbon Neutral Energy Cycle System T. Takeguchi, H. Arikawa, K. Sato (Hokkaido University), M. Yamauchi (Kyushu University), and R. Abe (Kyoto Univetsity)
 

Friday, October 12, 2012

Tapa 1, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

A-4.1 Fuel Cell Performance and Degradation

Co-Chairs: Dusan Spernjak & Cynthia Rice-York
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1670   Ex Situ Characterization of Degradation Mechanisms of MEAs by Imaging XPS and SEM K. Artyushkova (The University of New Mexico), A. Patel (University of New Mexico), P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), M. Dutta, V. Colbow, and S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems)
08:20   1671   PEMFC Gas Diffusion Media Degradation Determined by Acid-Base Titrations J. Chlistunoff, K. C. Rau, R. Mukundan, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
08:40   1672   Influence of In Situ and Ex Situ Aging of Gas Diffusion Layers on Fuel Cell Performance Degradation D. Spernjak, J. D. Fairweather, T. Rockward, K. C. Rau, R. L. Borup, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
09:00   1673   Subzero Degradation Analysis of Membrane Electrode Assemblies Modified with Additives A. Pistono (Tennessee Technological University), C. A. Rice (Tennessee Tech University), J. Lewis, and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)
09:20   1674   PEM Fuel Cell Performance and Durability with Different Treatments of Microporous Layer D. Spernjak, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P. Wilde, R. Schweiss (SGL Carbon GmbH), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. Langlois, J. D. Fairweather, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1675   Effects of Pt Concentration of Carbon Supported Catalysts on High Temperature PEMFC Performance J. O. Park, J. Ha, S. Hong, Y. Lee (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), M. Takezawa (SAMSUNG YOKOHAMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE), and K. Choi (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)
10:20   1676   Improvement of PEFC Performance by Removing GDLs K. Takeuchi (Nippon Soken, Inc.)
10:40   1677   Effect of Gas Diffusion Layer Design on PEM Fuel Cell MEA Water Removal in an Under Humidified Environment J. Bellerive and A. Bellemare-Davis (Ballard Power Systems)
11:00   1678   PEMFC GDE Oxygen Mass Transport Coefficient Separation with Different Gas Diluents T. V. Reshetenko (University of Hawaii at Manoa) and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii)
11:20   1679   The Dew Point Temperature as a Criterion for Optimizing PEMFC Operating Conditions T. Berning (Aalborg University)
11:40   1680   Handheld Characterization Probe for Catalytic Assessments of Electrodes and MEAs D. Carr, B. Slote, K. Jayne, and M. C. Kimble (Reactive Innovations, LLC)
 

Tapa 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-4.1.1 Corrosion-Resistant Pt Cathodes

Co-Chairs: Michael Lennartz & Kazunari Sasaki
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1681   The Potential of Non-Carbon Supported Electrocatalyst for Automotive Fuel-Cells J. Suchsland (SolviCore), B. Klose-Schubert, D. Herein, and M. Lennartz (Umicore)
08:40   1682   Microstructure and Durability of Non-Carbon Supported Cathode Prepared by a Direct Dry Deposition Technique R. Maric, J. Roller, M. Arellano-Jiménez, W. E. Mustain, and C. Carter (University of Connecticut)
09:00   1683   Corrosion-Resistant PEFC Cathode Catalysts Based on Sub-Stoichiometric Titanium Oxide Supports T. Ioroi, M. Asahi, S. Yamazaki, Z. Siroma, N. Fujiwara, and K. Yasuda (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
09:20   1684   Alternative Electrocatalyst Support Materials for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells K. Sasaki, S. Hayashi, K. Kanda, Y. Takabatake, T. Tsukatsune, T. Higashi, F. Takasaki, Z. Noda, and A. Hayashi (Kyushu University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1685   Electrochemical Characterization of Pt Catalysts Supported on Sn0.96Nb0.04O2-δ and Sn0.96Sb0.04O2-δ with Aggregated Structure in Rotating Disk Electrode and Membrane Electrode Assembly Measurements K. Kakinuma, Y. Chino, M. Uchida, H. Uchida, S. Deki, and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)
10:20   1686   Mixed Metal Oxides as Corrosion-Resistant Catalyst Supports for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells A. Kumar and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)
10:40   1687   Titania and Carbon Nanotube Composite Catalyst Supports for Durable Electrocatalyst Performance W. A. Rigdon (University of South Carolina), J. J. Sightler (USC), D. Larrabee (University of South Carolina), E. McPherson, and X. Huang (USC)
11:00   1688   Conductive Nanostructured Materials for Supported Metal Catalysts J. Sansinena (Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)), M. Wilson, and F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
11:20   1689   Molybdenum Carbide as Support for Platinum Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction in Fuel Cells L. Elbaz (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. Philips (Naval Postgraduate School Monterey), N. J. Henson, and E. L. Brosha (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
11:40   1690   Vanadium Carbide Derived Carbon as a Possible Catalyst Support for PEMFC E. Härk (University of Tartu), J. Nerut, K. Vaarmets, S. Sepp, P. Valk, R. Jäger (Universtity of Tartu), and E. Lust (University of Tartu)
 

Honolulu 2, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

D-4.1.2 Non-Precious Metal Catalysts 2

Co-Chairs: Piotr Zelenay & Shigenori Mitsushima
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1691   Catalytic Activity and Stability of Ta Compounds for Oxygen Reduction Reaction S. Mitsushima, Y. Fujita, A. Ishihara, Y. Ohgi, K. Matsuzawa (Yokohama National University), M. Matsumoto, M. Arao, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC Ltd.), and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)
08:20   1692   Non-Precious Metal Oxygen-Reduction Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells Based on N-Doped Ordered Porous Carbon A. Dorjgotov, J. Ok, Y. Jeon (Yonsei University), S. Yoon (Kyushu University), and Y. Shul (Yonsei University)
08:40   1693   Evaluation of Nitrogen Species and Microstructre of Silk-Derived Activated Carbon as Non-Precious Metal Catalyst for PEFC Cathode H. Fukunaga, T. Shimoyama, N. Takahashi, T. Takatsuka (Shinshu University), and H. Kishimoto (Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd)
09:00   1694   Insight into the Possible Nature of the Active Catalytic Site in Non-Precious Metal Fuel Cell ORR Catalysis P. Zelenay, G. Wu, H. T. Chung, M. Blair, E. F. Holby, C. D. Taylor (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and M. Neidig (University of Rochester)
09:20   1695   Active Site Modeling: Non-Precious Metal Based Catalysts for ORR E. F. Holby, C. D. Taylor, G. Wu, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1696   Using a Dual Plasma Process to Produce Cobalt-Polypyrrole Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Fuel Cells C. Walter (INP Greifswald), K. Kummer (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), D. Vyalikh (TU Dresden), A. Quade, V. Brüser, and K. Weltmann (INP Greifswald)
10:20   1697   Low-Cost, High-Efficiency Non-PGM Cathode Catalysts Using MOFs as Precursors D. Zhao, J. Shui, C. Chen, S. Comment, B. Reprogle, and D. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory)
10:40   1698   Basicity of Non-precious Metal Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction N. D. Leonard and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)
11:00   1699   Templated Non-PGM Electrocatalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), A. Serov (University of New Mexico), B. Halevi, K. Artyushkova (The University of New Mexico), and B. Kiefer (New Mexico State University)
11:20   1700   Investigation of Fe-N-C Cathode Catalysts in Laminar Flow Fuel Cells M. Naughton (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), N. D. Leonard, S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University), and P. J. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
11:40   1701   Development of Hybrid Cathode Catalyst for PEM Fuel Cells T. Kim, W. Jung, T. Xie, A. Kriston, P. Ganesan, and B. N. Popov (University of South Carolina)
 

Honolulu 3, Tapa Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

E-4.1 Electrolysis and Alkaline Fuel Cell Materials

Co-Chairs: Christopher Arges & EunAe Cho
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:20   1702   High Temperature Electrochemical Hydrogen Pump Cell Using a PBI Membrane at High Current Densities T. J. Petek, J. S. Wainright, and R. F. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University)
08:40   1703   Testing of 17-Cell Dimensionally Stable Membrane (DSA) High-Pressure Electrolysis Stack A. K. Kisor (California Institute of Technology), M. Errico (Caltech/ JPL), T. I. Valdez (California Institute of Technology), M. Hamdan, J. Willey, T. Norman, C. Mittelsteadt (Giner Inc.), and M. Hoberecht (NASA/ Glenn Research Center)
09:00   1704  
CANCELLED
Optimization of Clamping Pressure for High Pressure (Proton Exchange Membrane) PEM Electrolyzers O. F. Selamet, M. Acar, M. Ergoktas, and M. Mat (Nigde University)
09:20   1705   Comparing Platinum and Palladium as Hydrogen Oxidation/Evolution Electrocatalysts in Alkaline Medium J. Herranz, P. Rheinländer, S. Henning, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1706   Carbonate and Bicarbonate Ion Transport in Alkaline Anion Exchange Membranes A. M. Kiss, T. Myles (University of Connecticut), K. N. Grew (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), A. Peracchio, G. Nelson, and W. Chiu (University of Connecticut)
10:20   1707   Alkaline Stability and Ion Conductivity of Polysulfone Anion Exchange Membranes (AEMs) with Different Cation Chemistries C. G. Arges and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)