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Materials Science & Technology Conference & Exposition 2009
August 26, 2009

A highly efficient system for generating and distributing energy is lean, mean and green – and could be as close as the nearest farm, according to a University of Connecticut professor. “This solution is truly homegrown, and its successful application can be critical for the U.S. and the world,” said Dr. Prabhakar Singh, Director, Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center and UTC Endowed Chair Professor in Fuel Cell Technology.

Dr. Singh is the organizer of an ASM International-produced symposium on Emerging Energy Technology at the Materials Science & Technology Conference & Exposition (MS&T 2009) this October. While building on the high interest in fuel cells at previous MS&T events — where related sessions have attracted the highest number of papers and attendance over the past several years – the 2009 program will focus on clean energy efficiency “to achieve low or negligible pollution and greatly reduced carbon emissions that approach zero,” Dr. Singh said.

Materials Science & Technology, the leading forum addressing structure, properties, processing and performance across the materials community, will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Oct. 24th-29th. In addition to programming on Emerging Energy Technology, MS&T covers ceramic and glass materials, electronic and magnetic materials, fundamentals and characterization, materials and systems, nanotechnology, processing and product manufacturing, and iron and steel.

For more information, visit the MS&T 2009 website.

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