Special Networking Event
- Energy Materials 2017 Dinner
- Tuesday, February 28, 2017
- Sign up for this separately on the meeting registration form. Please note that the minimum age for this event is 18.
Welcome to the TMS 2017 146th Annual Meeting and Exhibition!
February 26 – March 2, 2017 • San Diego, California
Co-located with the TMS 2017 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Join Us at Energy Materials 2017
Energy Materials 2017 will build on the success of the inaugural Energy Materials meeting, convened by TMS and the Chinese Society for Metals (CSM) in 2014 in Xi'an, China. Through invited talks by leading experts, as well as contributed presentations from the global minerals, metals, and materials community, Energy Materials 2017 will highlight materials research and industrial innovations for both established and emerging energy systems and technologies.
The official language of Energy Materials 2017 is English.
Materials in Clean Power
Growing energy demand and increasing concerns regarding energy security and pollution emissions have sparked worldwide research and development for clean and renewable power technologies. This symposium will examine advancements in materials technologies that are enabling progress in such areas as clean coal technologies, carbon capture, concentrated solar power, biomass fuels, and hydrogen-based power systems.
Organizers: Sebastien Dryepondt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Zhengdong Liu; China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group; Jeffrey W. Fergus, Auburn University; Jeffrey A. Hawk, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Ji Zhang, China Iron and Steel Research Institute Group
Materials for Coal-Based Power
: John Shingledecker
, Electric Power Research Institute; Zhengdong Liu
, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Sciences
This symposium will encompass materials issues associated with coal-based power generation.
Organizers: Jeffrey A. Hawk, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Zhengdong Liu, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group; Sebastien Dryepondt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Materials for Energy Conversion with Emphasis on SOFC
Functional ceramic materials play an essential role in a number of energy storage and conversion systems, including solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC). The goal of this symposium is to provide a forum for researchers from national laboratories, universities, and industry to discuss current understanding of materials science issues in SOFC technology processes and accelerate the development and acceptance of innovative materials and test techniques for clean energy technology.
Organizers:Amit Pandey, Rolls Royce LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc.;
Kyle S Brinkman, Clemson University; Minfang Han, Tsinghua University; Teruhisa Horita, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Materials for Gas Turbines
: Jian Zhang, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Materials innovation within gas turbine technology, particularly as it relates to gas-fueled power plants, is the focus of this symposium.
Organizers: Jeffrey W. Fergus, Auburn University; Amit Pandey, Rolls Royce LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc.; Ji Zhang, China Iron and Steel Research Institute Group
Materials for Nuclear Energy
Kurt A. Terrani, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Han Enhou, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
A goal of this symposium is to highlight cutting-edge research and technology relevant to materials issues associated within the nuclear energy sector.
Organizers: Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Zhengdong Liu, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group; Peter Hosemann, University of California, Berkeley; Jian Li, CanmetMATERIALS, Canada
Materials for Oil and Gas (and AMREE-III)
, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
, RBR group and U.S. Department of Energy
Kripa K. Varanasi
, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Innovations and Materials as Technology Enablers for Improving Cost & Performance Efficiencies in Energy”
Date: Tuesday, February 28, 11:20 a.m.
Location: San Diego Convention Center, Room 14A
Moderator: Indranil Roy, Schlumberger
Panelists: Ram Shenoy, RBR group and U.S. Department of Energy; Kripa Varanasi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Hani Elshahawi, Shell; Partha Ganguly, Baker Hughes
With the accelerating development of high-pressure high-temperature (HPHT) reservoirs (pressure > 20kpsi, temperature > 350 degF), the oil and gas industry faces not only new materials-related challenges, but also questions regarding reservoir characteristics, resulting in the increased use of costly and more exotic materials. Nanostructured and advanced materials potentially offer new possibilities in drilling, exploration and production. In this symposium, both academia and industry are invited to discuss and review the topic of extreme environment as an input to the design of novel materials for oil and gas applications.
Organizers: Indranil Roy, Schlumberger; Chengjia Shang, University of Science and Technology Beijing
ENERGY MATERIALS 2017 ORGANIZING SOCIETIES AND COMMITTEE
- Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University, Conference Co-chair
- Subodh Das, Phinix
- Jeffrey Fergus, Auburn University
- Jeffrey Hawk, NETL Department of Energy
- Raul Rebak, GE Global Research
- Indranil Roy, Schlumberger
Representing the Chinese Society for Metals
- Zhengdong Liu, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group, Conference Co-chair
- Zhancheng Guo, University of Science and Technology Beijing
- Chengjia Shang, University of Science and Technology Beijing
- Qing Song, The Chinese Society for Metals
- Ji Zhang, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group