Hess and Epting Present to ECS-Laboratory for Transport Phenomena in Energy Systems - Carnegie Mellon University

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Hess and Epting Present to ECS

Kacy Hess and Billy Epting presented their research back-to-back in symposium B7 (PEM Fuel Cells) of the 218th meeting of the Electrochemical Society in Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Kacy presented on sensing ionic potential distributions through the thickness of a PEM fuel cell catalyst layer, while Billy's talk concerned sensing oxygen concentration distributions through the same.

Established in 1902, the Electrochemical Society holds two conferences every year for researchers in the diverse field of electrochemistry. The organization boasts a membership of over 8,000 researchers and 100 corporations and laboratories.

Both talks listed Kacy, Billy, and Prof. Litster as authors, and were given at session A-1.1: Diagnostics and Characterization. Billy and Kacy were excited for the opportunity to present at such a prestigious conference in the field of electrochemistry.