Some of the sections larger projects have externally hosted homepages.
For a historical overview, some of the sections previous projects
The section is involved in a number of research areas within the field of low temperature energy conversion and related technologies.
Currently active PhD Projects in the section
Former PhD Projects in the section
Latest section publications
Poster presented by members of the section
Below is a list of older project that the Section for Proton Conductors have been involved in over the last years.
Before 1st of January 2012, the Section for Proton Conductors was part of DTU Chemistry.
Water Electrolysis at Elevated Temperatures (WELTEMP)
DTU Chemistry (coordinator), Institute of Chemical Technology Praque (Czech Republic), The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway), IHT Idustrie Haute Technologie SA (Switzerland), Acta S.p.A (Italy), Tantalum Technologies A/S (DK), Danish Power Systems (DK), Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry ASCR (Czech Republic).
EU the 7th FP, Grant no. 212903
Further Improvement and System Integration of High Temperature PEMFC (FURIM)
DTU (coordinator); Volvo (Sweden), Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), Elsam A/S (DK), Danish Power Systems ApS (DK), Case West Reserve University (USA), University of Stuttgart (Germany), HyGear (Netherlands), Freudenberg FCCT (Germany), IRD Fuel Cell A/S (DK), Foundation of Research and Technology (Greece), Between Lizenz GmbH (Germany)
EC the 6th FP, SES6-CT-2004-502782
Automotive High Temperature Fuel Cell Membranes (Autobrane)
DaimlerChrysler (coordinator), DTU, Centro Ricerche FIAT, Honda Europe, Opel, Regienov, Toyota Europe, Volkswagen, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Chalmers University of Technology, CNR National Research Council, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, European Institute for Energy Research, Freudenberg, Fumatech GmbH, llika, Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells, Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Nuvera Fuel Cells, PEMEAs GmbH, Solvay Solexis SpA, Timcal SA, Umicore, Università di Perugia, University of Helsinki, University of Lund
EU the 6th FP, SES6-020074
http://www.autobrane.org/ (webpage no longer available)
Dry, intrinsic proton conducting membranes for fuel cells
DTU, IRD Fuel Cells A/S, Danish Power Systems ApS, Danish Polymer Center, Risø
Development of better and cheaper MEAs for PEMFC
DTU, IRD A/S, Danish Power Systems ApS, Danish Polymer Center, Risø
Synthesis, characterization and applications of polymer membranes for high temperature PEMFC
High temperature PEM fuel cells
DTU Department of Chemistry (coordinator) , IRD A/S, Danish Power Systems ApS