2013 Conference Proceedings

3rd Annual Energy and Innovation Conference, September 17, 2013.

Keynotes

  • Welcome – Anthony Cugini
  • Welcome – Petra Mitchell
  • Morning Keynote – Christopher Miller
  • Conference Preview – Connie Palucka

Showcase of Emerging Energy & Environmental Technology

  • Advanced Optical Gas Sensors for Harsh Environments – Paul Ohodnicki
  • Nano-structured Catalysts for Hydrocarbon Reforming – Todd Gardner
  • Improved LIBS Elemental Composition Detection System – Dustin McIntyre
  • Sensor for Hazardous, Aggressive, Industrial Environments – John VanOsdol
  • Surface Treatment for High Temperature Oxidation Resistance – Paul Jablonski
  • Ionic Materials for Gas Separation – Hunaid Nulwala
  • Fiber Supported Ionic Liquid Sorbents – Dave Luebke
  • Nanocatalyst for CO2 to CO Conversion – Christopher Matranga

Innovation and Commercialization Success Stories

  • Open Innovation – Dante Bonaquist
  • Bridging the Valley of Death – Aldo Zini
  • Market Oriented Partnership – Dave Berry

Industry Challenges and Needs

  • Gregg Turner
  • Eileen Buzz
  • Samuel Johnson
  • Plextronics - Bob Kumpf
  • Erica Clayton Wright

Posters

  • NETL Regional University Alliance (NETL-RUA)
  • Sensor for Hazardous, Aggressive, Industrial Environments
  • Surface Treatment for High Temperature Oxidation Resistance
  • Improved LIBS Elemental Composition Detection System
  • Natural Gas for Prosperity (NG4P): Engineering Downstream Solutions
  • Nano-structured Catalysts for Hydrocarbon Reforming
  • Fiber Supported Ionic Liquid Sorbents
  • Nanocatalyst for CO2 to CO Conversion
  • Ionic Materials for Gas Separation
  • Advanced Optical Gas Sensors for Harsh Environments
  • Chemical Looping to Address GHG Emissions
  • Improved Refractory and Slag Handling in Gasifiers
  • Grid Technologies Collaborative Overview
  • Grid Technologies Collaborative – Pitt Involvement
  • Grid Technologies Collaborative – Pitt Research Themes

NETL-RUA E&I Conference IN THE NEWS

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NOTE: The papers listed above are in Portable Document Format (PDF). It is recommended to use the Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or newer from Adobe Systems, Inc. to view the Proceedings.

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