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Meeting MS&T25: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Materials and Systems for a Hydrogen Economy
Organizer(s) Manoj K. Mahapatra, University of Alabama-Birmingham
James Hemrick, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
John Hardy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jorgen Rufner, Idaho National Laboratory
Scope This symposium aims to address the new hydrogen economy and its positive impacts on both climate change and environmental sustainability issues. Despite tremendous progress in innovation of new materials, systems, and technologies for hydrogen production, separation, storage, utilization, and integration with hybrid technologies, many challenges are yet to be addressed. This symposium aims to bring together relevant technical communities to share advances in materials (ceramics, metals and alloys, polymers, and composites), processing, components integration, and systems for various technologies which are relevant to the overall hydrogen economy. The obstacles hindering the full exploitation of a hydrogen economy for zero anthropogenic carbon emissions will also be discussed along with future research and development directions.

- General perspectives of hydrogen economy and environmental sustainability.
- Advances in materials and systems for hydrogen production, separation, storage, transport, and utilization.
- Hydrogen fuel in aerospace and nuclear sectors: technical advances and obstacles.
- Hydrogen fuel for industrial decarbonatization: technical advances and obstacles.
- Degradation of materials, components, and systems for hydrogen production, separation, storage, transport, and utilization.
- Advances in mitigation of hydrogen induced degradation of materials, components, and systems.
- Materials innovation, novel processing, innovative integration of components to overcome the technical challenges in hydrogen production, separation, storage, and utilization.
- Advances in characterization tools and property evaluation techniques for materials, components, and systems relevant to hydrogen economy.
- Advances in computational methods and approaches, data science, and theoretical approaches for predictive design of novel high performance stable materials and components for overall hydrogen energy systems including production, storage, and utilization.
- Safety issues, codes, and standards for the hydrogen economy.
- Perspectives for future R&D directions.

Abstracts Due 05/01/2025
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