The Symposium hosted at Imperial College, in conjunction with H2FC Supergen and TU Delft looked at how Solid Oxide Fuel Cells can be used Next Generation Power Plants took place on April 19th.
Professor Nigel Brandon (left), the director of H2FC who co-Chaired the symposium talks to Professor Harumi Yokokawa (right) who travelled from Japan especially for the event
The symposium reviewed recent developments in SOFC technology globally , was Chaired by Dr P.V. Aravind, TU Delft and Professor Nigel Brandon, Imperial. The speakers consisted of key academics and industrials from countries including Japan, US, Germany, Netherlands and Denmark and attracted an equally international audience.
Dr P.V. Aravind said ‘‘I felt that the event was very successful and it was great to see so many prominent people from the Solid Oxide Fuel Cell world there’’.
The agenda can of the event can be seen below and the talks from the day can be viewed in the resources section of this website.
The symposium attracted an international audience
The agenda for the symposium