Affiliated Researchers: Fuel Cells

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 12 search result(s) for Fuel Cells.

Professor of Environmental Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Microbial Fuel Cells, Fuel Cell, Cathodes, Biofilms, Wastewater
Evan Pugh University Professor and Kappe Professor of Environmental Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Microbial Fuel Cells, Cathodes, Fuel Cell, Regenerative Fuel Cells, Cathode
William E. Diefenderfer Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, Polymers, Diffusion In Gases, Cathodes
Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Professor, John and Willie Leone Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering (EME)
Top Research Keywords:
Membranes, Corrosion, Temperature, Protons, Composite Membranes
Professor and Corning Faculty Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Membranes, Negative Ions, Anion Exchange Membrane, Polymers, Protons
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Thermodynamics, Alloy, Phonons, Thermodynamic Property, Thermodynamic Properties
Senior Research Associate, Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute
Top Research Keywords:
Hybrid Vehicles, Lithium-ion Batteries, Electric Motors, Literature Review, Dynamic Control
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Thermolysis, Decomposition, Propellants, Radiation, Radiative Heat Transfer
Corning Faculty Fellow Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Density Functional Theory, Electronic Structure, Transition Metals, Energy, Ferroelectric Switching
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Polyethylene Oxides, Neutron Scattering, Molecular Dynamics, Simulation, Polymers
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Copolymers, Organometallics, Polypropylenes, Polyolefins, Polymers