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Send us your abstracts on the following email with the Title being 'Abstract Submission': hypothesis@pureenergycentre.com
HYPOTHESIS 2013 - Call for Abstracts
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Key Dates to remember:

1- Call for Abstract Opening: 01st June 2012
2- Call for Abstracts Close: January 25th, 2012 (11:59 pm Greenwich)
3- Speaker Notification of Abstract Acceptance: 25th February 2013
4- Speaker Confirmation of Participation Registration Ends: 20th March 2013
5- Hypothesis Conference: June 2013

Important Information:

1- Abstracts should be a maximum of 500 words and in English.
2- Authors are permitted to submit more than one abstract.
3- Graphics and tables can be included in the abstract.
4- The abstract should outline the work that will be presented at the Edinburgh Conference in 2013.
5- Presentations can be oral or poster only.
6- After the closing date (January 25th, 2012), your abstract will be subjected to peer review.
7- You will be notified of the results of this review by email on 25th February 2013.


The overall theme of the Hypothesis 2013 Conference is:

Hydrogen Energy Storage Enabling the Uptake of Renewables

Abstracts should be submitted within the following theme areas:

- Transport
Transportation Applications
HFCE Road Vehicles and Fleets
Hydrogen & Hydrogen Blends ICE Vehicles and Buses
HFCE Buses and Fleets
Systems Analysis and Well-to-Wheel Studies

- Modelling / simulations
New modelling techniques
New simulation software

- Portable

- Stationary Applications
Distributed Power Generation
Peak Shaving
Smart Grid and VPP
Uniterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Back-up Power

- Hydrogen internal combustion engine conversion
Conversion techniques
Dual fuel
Triple fuel
Safety systems
Control systems

- Fuel cells
Electrochemistry of Catalysts / Fuel Cells
PEM/HT-PEM Fuel Cells: Electrolytes, Stack Components
PEM Fuel Cells / Components Reliability, Durability and Water Management
Direct Fuel Cells
High-Temperature Fuel Cells
Novel Fuel Cell Concepts And Stack Architecture
Advanced Modelling

- Hydrogen production (electrolysis, reformation, etc)
Hydrogen Production & Purification Technologies
Renewable Primary Energy Potential for Hydrogen Production
Biological Hydrogen Production (Photobiological, Fermentative and Electrohydrogenesis)
Hydrogen from Renewable Electricity
Thermochemical Cycles
Electrolysis Technologies
Alkaline Aqueous and AEM Electrolysis
PEM Electrolysis
High-Temperature Electrolysis
Reforming and Gasification Technologies
Reforming and Gasification-Fossil Energy Carriers
Reforming and Gasification-Biomass
Hydrogen Purification Technologies
Hydrogen Production Systems Assessment and State-of-the-Art (Technologies, Projects)

- Safety and regulations
Vehicle and Infrastructural Safety Modelling
Risk Management, Insurance and Risk Analysis Studies
Regulations, Codes and Standards (for Safety and Performance)
Test Methods for H2 and Fuel Cells (for Safety and Performance)

- Storage (all forms)
Physical Hydrogen Storage
Compressed and Cryocompressed Storage
Liquid Hydrogen
Adsorption Technologies
Chemical Hydrogen Storage
Metal Hydrides
Complex Hydrides
Hydrogen Storage Systems

- Compression
Novel Hydrogen Compression Technologies
Electric compression
Air compression

- Dispensing
Hydrogen Dispensing Technologies
Fuelling Protocols and Algorithms
Fuel Provision for Early Market Applications

- Case studies (example of successful projects)
Off-Grid Power Supply and Premium Power Generation
Materials Handling
Off-Road Vehicles
Light Mobility Applications
Marine Applications
APU for Vehicles and Aircrafts
Micro & Portable Applications
Defence Related Fuel Cell Applications
Air-Independent Fuel Cell ApplicationsSM.10 Other Applications
Community based projects
Industrial scale projects

- Policies
Policy Perspectives, Initiatives and Collaborations
International Programmes
National Strategies and Programmes
Regional Activities
Collaborative Activities: Networks, Associations

- Financing hydrogen technologies
National and international financial systems
How to finance Research & Development projects
How to finance hydroge  fuel cell projects
Making money from hydrogen energy storage
Life-Cycle Assessment and Economic Impact
Socio-Economic Studies
Education and Public Awareness
Road to Commercialization
Demonstration Projects Costs and Market Introduction
Commercial Rollout of Applications and Infrastructure
Hydrogen & FC: Incentives, Investments and Finance
Environmental Issues & Climate Change

- Energy and climate changes
- Other carbon neutral fuels

Please contact us right now to book your abstract for the conference and / or a poster
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Submitters are requested to use the Word template that is made available here to submit their abstract. Any abstract that is not based on the approved model will not be considered for review.
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Download Abstract Guidelines Here
Submitters are requested to use the pdf abstract guidelines that is made available here. Any abstract that is not based on the approved guidelines will not be considered for review.
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