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CLEARWATER CLEAN COAL CONFERENCE

 

 

 

The 39th International Technical Conference on Clean Coal & Fuel Systems

June 1 to 5, 2014

Sheraton Sand Key, Clearwater, Florida, USA

Five Days – The Hottest Topics – The World’s Leading Experts and "Super Scientists" – 

The Most Comprehensive Program on Coal Technologies –

From “Dawn to Dusk” – Representatives from 6 Continents

To See The Entire Program, click here 2014 Program Announcement.pdf

The Polk tour is back on the agenda!

Sunday, June 1, 2014

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Beverage Service

10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Exhibit Center Set up

9:00 to 11:00 a.m. – Fundamentals of Combustion
Dr. Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland, and Kenneth M. Bryden, Ames Laboratory

11:15 to 1:15 p.m. – Combustion 101
J.J. Letcavits, AEP, and Alan Paschedag, Siemens Environmental Systems & Services

1:30 to 3:30 p.m. – Low Carbon Technologies and Carbon Capture for Coal Power Systems
Chris J. Zygarlicke, Mike J. Holmes, and Josh J. Stanislowski, Energy & Environmental Research Center

3:45 to 5:45 p.m. – Coal Drying
Dr. Nenad Sarunac, University of North Carolina, and Mark Ness, Great River Energy


Monday, June 2, 2014

8:30 to 9:00 a.m. – Continental Breakfast – Exhibit Center

9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – Plenary Session: 
· Welcome – Barbara A. Sakkestad,
Coal Technologies Associates
· IntroductionProf.-Dr. Klaus R.G. Hein, Energy & Environment, Germany, Conference Committee Co-Chairman
· Keynote Address: To Be Announced
· Panel:  Coal -- Today's Fuel with a Bright Future
Moderator: Massood Ramezan, Leonardo Technologies
Alison Kerester, Executive Director, Gasification Technologies Council
Janet Gellici, Director, National Coal Council
Jared Ciferno, Director, Office of Coal Power R&D, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Lunch – On the Beach

1:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. – Plenary Session:
· Overview, Dr. Lawrence Bool, Praxair, Inc., Conference Committee Co-Chair

· Panel: Learning-By-Doing: The Urgency of CCS Deployment
Moderator:  Dr. Holly Krutka, Executive Editor, Cornerstone
· Edward Rubin, Carnegie Mellon University
· Mark Hornick, Tampa Electric Co.

3:15 p.m. – Break – Exhibit Center


· 3:45 p.m. Global Warming: Fervent Discussion on Realistic GHG Reductions, Urgency, Weather Events, Adaptation, and Research
Moderators: Larry Bool, Praxair, Inc. and Chris Zygarlicke, Energy & Environmental Research Center

Klaus Lackner, Professor and Chair of Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University,
Larry Baxter, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University,
Frank Princiotta, Director of the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

5:45 to 7:15 p.m. – Welcome in the Exhibit Center

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

7:30 to 8:00 a.m. – Continental Breakfast – Exhibit Center  

8:00 to 10 a.m. – Panel:  Oxy-Fuel Combustion
Moderators: Prof. Terry Wall, University of Newcastle, Australia, and Dr. Ligang Zheng, CANMET, Canada

• Prof Chuguang Zheng, Ph.D., School of Energy and Power Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Richard L. Axelbaum, Ph.D, Jens Professor of Environmental Engineering Science Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering Washington University in Saint Louis
Dr Stanley Santos, International Energy Agency Oxyfuel Network
Marco Gazzino, Enel SpA, Italy

10:00 to 10:30 a.m. – Break – Exhibit Center

10:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. – Four Concurrent Technical Sessions:

· Oxy-fuel Technology I – Overview & Demonstrations
Dr. Ligang Zheng, CanmetENERGY Canada
· Fundamentals of Combustion
Dr. Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland
· Air Toxics
Bradley Adams, Reaction Engineering International
·Improving Power Plant Efficiency
Dr. Nenad Sarunac, University of North Carolina

12:10 to 1:30 p.m. – Lunch – On the Beach

1:30 to 3:30 p.m. – Panel – EPA GHG Regulations for Power Plants – Impact on New and Existing Generation
Moderator: Dr. Nenad Sarunac, University of North Carolina

• Jason Bohrer, President and CEO of the Lignite Energy Council
• John L. Marion, Director Technology and R&D, Boiler Line – Thermal Power Steam Business, ALSTOM Power Inc.
• Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus R.G. Hein, Energy & Environment, GERMANY
• John Wheeldon, Technical Executive, EPRI’s Advanced Generation Program, EPRI

3:30 to 4:00 p.m. – Break – Exhibit Center

4:00 p.m. – Five Concurrent Technical Sessions:

·Oxy-fuel Technology II – Fundamentals & Modeling
Dr. Ligang Zheng, CanmetENERGY Canada, and Klas Andersson, Chalmers University, Sweden
·Alternative Fuels from Coal & Biomass
Christopher Zygarlicke, Energy & Environmental Research Center
·Low Rank Coal Utilization I
Prof.-Dr. Klaus R.H. Hein, Energy & Environment, Germany
· Multi Emissions Control
Chris Smyrniotis, Fuel Tech, Inc.
· Chemical Looping I – Carriers & Kinetics
Dr. Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy


5:30 p.m. – Beach PartyUnder the Tent – On the Beach

 

 Wednesday, June 4, 2014

7:30 to 8:00 a.m. – Continental Breakfast – Exhibit Center

8:00 to 10:00 a.m. – Panel: Back to the Future: What to do with all this CO2 Where we’ve been, where we’re at, and where we are headed … with respect to CO2 capture regulation, compression, transport, storage, and utilization.
Moderators: Lisa M. Rimpf, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, and Erik Meuleman, CSIRO Energy Technology, Australia

10:00 to 10:30 a.m. – Break – Exhibit Center

10:30 a.m. – Four Concurrent Technical Sessions:

·Oxy-fuel Technology III – Experimental Studies
Dr. Ligang Zheng, CanmetENERGY Canada
·Biomass Co-Utilization I
Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation, Canada
· Post Combustion CO2 Capture I
Lisa M. Rimpf, The Babacock & Wilcox Company, and Erik Meuleman, CSIRO, AUSTRALIA
·Combustion Technologies
Alan Paschedag, Siemens Energy, and
J.J. Letcavits, American Electric Power

12:30 to 2:00 p.m. – Themed Lunch – On the Beach (see the Roster below for hosts and topics)

2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Panel: Low Rank Coal - Status and Prospects of Utilization
Moderator: Prof-Dr. Klaus R.G. Hein, Energy & Environment, Germany
• Chris Zygarlicke, Energy & Environmental Research Center, USA
• Dr. S. Rehfeldt, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe, GERMANY
• Prof Chuguang Zheng, Ph.D., School of Energy and Power Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
• Dr. Phil Gurney, Brown Coal Innovation, AUSTRALIA and
• Dr. M. Harada, Japan Coal Energy Center, JAPAN

4:00 to 4:30 p.m. – Break – Exhibit Center

4:30 p.m. – Five Concurrent Technical Sessions:

·Oxy-fuel Technology IV – Fundamentals & Modeling
Dr. Ligang Zheng, CanmetENERGY Canada
· Coal Preparation
Dr. Joseph C. Hirschi, Illinois Clean Coal Institute
· Biomass Co-Utilization II
Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation, Canada
·Chemical Looping II – System Performance Results
Dr. Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
· Low Rank Coal Utilization II
Prof.-Dr. Klaus R. G. Hein, Energy & Environment

6:00 p.m. -- Clearwater Clean Coal Conference Committee Meeting

Thursday, June 5, 2014

7:30 to 8:00 a.m. – Continental Breakfast – Lobby 2

 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. – Panel: Advanced Technology:  Looking Forward
Moderator: Dr. Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

John Marion, Director Technology and R&D Boiler Line – Thermal Power Steam Business, ALSTOM, Inc.
• Ken A. Williams, Co-Founder, Computational Particle Fluid Dynamics (CPFD)
• Steve Moorman, Business Development Manager, Technology Group, The Babcock & Wilcox Company

10:00 to 10:30 a.m. – Break – Lobby 2

10:30 a.m. – Four Concurrent Technical Sessions:

· Post Combustion CO2 Capture II
Lisa M. Rimpf, The Babacock & Wilcox Company, and Erik Meuleman, CSIRO, AUSTRALIA
·Chemical Looping III – Reactor & System Performance
 Dr. Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
·Gasification Technologies
Massood Ramezan, Leonardo Technologies
·Advanced Modeling
Dr. Edmundo Vasquez, Clyde Bergemann

12:10 p.m. – Lunch/Roundtable/Wrap-up & Presentation of the Best Student Paper Award – On the Beach

Friday, June 6, 2014

7:00 a.m. -- Departure of the Polk Power Plant Tour --

Polk Power Plant Tour  - Tampa Electric Company planned, engineered, built, and operates the Polk Power Plant Unit #1 Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Power Plant (partially funded under the Department of Energy’s Clean Coal Technology Program).

Starting at 6:30 a.m., coffee and bakery items will be offered in Lobby 2 for those taking the tour. Please note the dress requirements: you must wear long pants and boots or a full shoe; no tennis shoes nor sandals. To participate you must be registered for the conference and pay an additional fee of $175.00.   The bus will stop at Tampa International Airport prior to returning to the hotel.  Expect to be at the airport at noon; and back at the Sheraton Sand Key around 1 p.m.


The Themed Luncheon

This is a special luncheon day where industry leaders host tables related to particular topics.  Attendees have the opportunity to select the host and table of interest to them.  In addition, there will be many tables where attendees can simply enjoy lunch and the company of their fellow diners.  We also will have tables for spouses whose mates are at a hosted table.  These are the topics and hosts so far (this list will grow in the coming weeks):

  • Biomass Fundamentals, Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland
  • Biomass Application, Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation, Canada
  • Carbon Capture, Dr. Larry Baxter, Brigham Young University
  • Coal Upgrading, Dr. Rajender Gupta, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Combustion Optimization, J.J. Letcavits, American Electric Power
  • Dust Control and Spon Com for Coal, Rick Higginbotham, GE
  • Gasification, Massood Ramezan, Leonardo Technologies
  • Hydrochloric Acid Mitigation, Chris Smyrniotis, Fuel Tech, Inc.
  • Legacy Plants, Dr. Nenad Sarunac, The University of North Carolina
  • Low NOx Burners, Alan Paschedag, Siemens Energy
  • Positioning to Win Government R&D&D Funding, Phil Winkler, Government Contracting Specialists, LLC

Who Attends The Conference

This is a listing of those organizations who are sending representatives; in many of these more than one person will be in attendance:

Adelphi University and Dooher Institute of Physics and Energy

AEP

ALSTOM Power Inc.

ANSYS Inc.,

Ashland Water Technologies

Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group

Babcock Power Inc.

Brigham Young University

Brown Coal Innovation – Australia

Chalmers University of Technology

CPFD Software, LLC

CSIRO Energy Technology;  Coal Technology Portfolio

Curtin University

DCEO

ECN

Eindhoven University of Technology

Eindhoven University of Technology

Electric Power Research Institite*-

Enel SpA

Energy & Environment

Energy & Environmental Research Center

EPRI

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Fuel Tech, Inc.

Fundación Ciudad de la Energía, CIUDEN

Gas Technology Institute

Gasification Technologies Council

Government Contracting Specialists, LLC

GRE - Coal Creek Station

Great River Energy

H Quest Vanguard, Inc.

Hansom Environmental Products

Hitachi Power Europe GmbH,

Huazhong University of Science and Technology

IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Ignite Energy Resources

Illinois Clean Coal Institute

Imerys

Institute for Combustion Science & Environmental Technology

Institute of Power Engineering

Japan Coal Energy Center

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Korea Institute of Industrial Technology

Lakeland Electric

Lehigh University

Lignite Energy Council

LP Amina, LLC

Masdar Institute

Membrane Technology and Research, Inc.

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems America – Energy and Environment, Ltd.

Mobotec LLC

Monash University

Mott Corporation

National Coal Council, Inc.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy

North Carolina State University

Northeastern University

Northern Arizona University

Ohio State University

Ohio University

Ontario Power Generation

Reaction Engineering International

Riley Power Inc.

Shanghai University of Engineering Sciences

Siemens Environmental Systems & Services

Silesian University of Technology

Tampa Electric Company

The Babcock & Wilcox Company

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Tianjin University

TNO

U.S. Geological Survey

University of Alberta

University of Maryland

University of Maryland

University of Newcastle

University of North Dakota

University of Stuttgart

University of Toronto

University of Utah

URS Corp.

Washington University in St. Louis

Wrocław University of Technology,

Zhejiang University

The Exhibit Center

These are the 2014 exhibitors:

U.S. Department of Energy
The Babcock & Wilcox Company
Coal in Australia (CSIRO, University of Newcastle, Monash University, among others)
CPFD Software, LLC
Fuel Tech, Inc.
GE Power & Water
Illinois Clean Coal Institute
Imerys, North America Ceramics
University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center
Mott Corporation
Institute of Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE), University of Utah
Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
Techinomics
Institute for Combustion Science & Environmental Technology
Ashland Water Technologies

Reaction Engineering International
H Quest

Mission Statement Increased demand – coupled with energy security issues, uncertainty and increasing costs in the oil sector, and tightening environmental regulations – make this conference a must for those involved in all aspects of power generation who must meet the competitive pressures and environmental concerns of coal utilization in the 21st century. To provide our attendees with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information, we offer panel presentations throughout the conference.  The Panels, Tutorials, Technical Sessions and Plenary Sessions provide an overview of emerging, evolving, and innovative technologies, fuels, policy and/or equipment in the power generation industry.


The program covers innovative and evolving technologies in a forum that encourages the exchange of information on power generation and policy issues.  The State-of-the Art in coal utilization will be presented in up-to-date technical papers, tutorials, and panels, covering cutting-edge developments on a range of timely topics.  The presentations will deal with technical solutions to problems; specific strategies; projects; innovations; industry trends; and or/regulatory compliance.  The program presents an extensive overview of emerging, evolving, and innovative technologies, fuels and/or equipment in the power generation industry. 

For 5-1/2 days the world’s experts are in Clearwater, Florida, to share their knowledge and expertise on clean coal technologies.  Issues on the front burner of the electric utility industry will be spotlighted.  All in attendance will have a firm grasp on the critical issues facing the industry today and tomorrow.  4 short courses, 9 plenary sessions and 21 technical sessions will delve into the technological solutions for coal.

The Clearwater Clean Coal Conference has earned a reputation as one of the premiere conferences on coal technologies as it grows in size and scope since its inception in 1975. This technical conference and networking event – where utility executives and world-leading experts present nearly 200 technical presentations in the major areas of interest.

 

 

 

Journal Publication: Quality papers from the Clearwater Clean Coal Conference will be considered for publication in the Journal of Applied Energy.  If an author wishes to pursue this then he or she must submit their papers to the journal website in the desired format http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/405891/authorinstructions

The paper will be peer reviewed prior to publication. The authors must note when submitting their paper that the manuscript is from the 39th International Technical Conference on Clean Coal & Fuel Systems.  Manuscripts must be submitted to APEN by for paper review by July 15, 2014; assigned to editors by August 15; peer review completed by November 30; Publication possible in January, 2015.

In addition, selected papers will be published in Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, published by Elsevier. This Journal is ranked first among 79 energy journals; its five year impact factor is over 13, one of the highest i.f.’s among all journals. 

Best Student Paper Award

Over the years the conference has benefitted from many excellent student papers.  To give these exceptional students well-deserved recognition, we now present the Clearwater Clean Coal Conference Best Student Paper Award.  Students whose papers have been accepted must follow the instructions in the Guidelines that have been prepared for them. In addition to the Award give in honor of the late Presidential Professor Adel F. Sarofim, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will receive cash awards of $500, $300 and $250, respectively.    

The Best Student Paper Award in 2013 went to to Cristina Botero, PhD Candidate, Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Due to the high quality of the work in the manuscript and the superior presentation of On the Role of Thermodynamics and Kinetics in a Coal-CO2 Slurry-fed Gasifier: Optimization of CO2:H2O Ratio through CO2 Skimming and Steam Injection in the session on Gasification Technologies II

First Runner-Up in The Best Student Paper Award in 2013 went to Melissa Holtmeyer, Ph.D. Candidate, U.S. EPA STAR Fellow, Washington University, LACER - Laboratory for Advanced Combustion and Energy Research Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering Department Due to the high quality of the work in the manuscript and the excellent presentation of Scaling Laws Associated with Biomass Cofiring and Prediction of Particle Breakthrough of the Volatile Flame in the session on Biomass Co-Utilization II

Second Runner-Up in The Best Student Paper Award Competitionin 2013 to Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Kern, PhD Student, Institute of Chemical Engineering, Vienna University of Technologyfor his paper, Dual Fluidized Bed Steam Gasification of Coal and Biomass:  Influence of the State of Pyrolysis on the Process Performance, in the session on Gasification Technologies I

Winners From Past Years

The Best Student Paper Award in 2012 went to Cristina Botero, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Due to the high quality of the work in the manuscript and the superior presentation of Impact of Finite-Rate Kinetics on Carbon Conversion in a Single-Stage Entrained Flow Gasifier with Coal CO2 Slurry Feed, Cristina Botero, Randall P. Field, Howard J. Herzog and Ahmed F, Ghoniem, Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA in the session on Gasification Technologies I.

First Runner-Up in The Best Student Paper Award went to Gosia Stein-Brzozowska, University of Stuttgart
Due to the high quality of the work in the manuscript and the excellent presentation of Fireside Corrosion of Dedicated Austenitic Steels in Ultra-Supercritical Coal-Fired Power Plants, Gosia Stein-Brzozowska, Diana Flórez, Jörg Maier, and Prof. Günter Scheffknecht, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK), University of Stuttgart, GERMANY, in the session on Improving Plant Availability/Utilization.

Second Runner-Up in The Best Student Paper Award Competition went to Keith Gneshin, University of Utah
Due to the high quality of the work in the manuscript and the excellent presentation of Hydrocarbon Evolution and Porosity Development in Bituminous Coal Under Conditions that Simulate Underground Coal Pyrolysis, Keith Gneshin, Wang Ding, Rob, Krumm, and Eric Eddings, Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, University of Utah, USA in the session on Alternative Liquid Fuels from Coal and Biomass.

To see who has won in the past and for the roster of the Best Student Paper Award Committee members, click here Roster of Former BSPA Winners.pdf




 

Endorsing Organizations:
• American Public Power Association
• CanmetENERGY
• China Coal Research Institute
Ministry of Coal, People's Republic of China
• Edison Electric Institute
• Export Assistance Center, U.S. Commercial Service
• Illinois Clean Coal Institute
• International Energy Agency: Coal Research
• Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL)
• National Mining Association
• National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
• Ohio Coal Development Office
• U. S. Geological Survey

 

 

 

 
  • SHERATON SAND KEY
    Sand Key is one of the 20 Best Beaches, according to many travel and tourism organizations.  Directly on this beautiful beach is the Sheraton Sand Key, a 390-room luxury hotel.  Each of the hotel’s newly refurbished rooms overlooks either the Gulf of Mexico or Clearwater Bay.  Its seven secluded acres of white sandy beach set a tropical holiday mood for registrants to meet and discuss timely topics with colleagues from all over the globe.  Rates for single or double rooms:  $184/night.

    Sheraton Sand Key
    1160 Gulf Boulevard
    Clearwater, Florida 33767

    Phone: 727-595-1611; FAX: 727-596-8488

    $183/night – Single or Double

    Visit http://www.beachsand.com for information about the Sheraton Sand Key.  Or go directly to their on site reservations created specifically for us. Go to www.coaltechnologies.com click Conferences and then click on the hotel site reference.

  • CONFERENCE ATTIRE
    We're encouraging all speakers and attendees to adopt a business casual dress, i.e., no jackets or ties.  This covers speakers, session chairmen, panel and tutorial chairs and speakers.  Almost all of the food functions are outside and a business casual dress will make the long conference day and the outdoor functions more comfortable.

Getting to Clearwater & The Sheraton Sand Key: The Sheraton Sand Key (on the Pinellas Sun Coast) in Clearwater, Florida, is approximately 21 miles from Tampa International Airport.  Limousine Shuttle Service ($24/person) is available at the airport that will take you directly to the hotel. In addition, service is increasing at the Clearwater/St. Petersburg Airport; so please check with your carrier to see if you can fly in there because it is closer to the Sheraton than Tampa International.

Climate: June is a beautiful time to be in Florida on the Gulf Coast.  During the day the temperature is perfect for the beach and the evenings are balmy.  In addition, a baseball cap or hat is advisable for times when we are outside.

THE CLEARWATER CLEAN COAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

The Conference Committee seeks papers from all countries worldwide that deal with: technical solutions to problems; specific strategies; projects; innovations; industry trends; and/or regulatory compliance.  The goal is to present an extensive overview of emerging, evolving, and innovative technologies, fuels and/or equipment in the power generation industry, through the presentation of accomplishments, opportunities and challenges in the major technological areas.  Through their efforts we present this year’s excellent technical program. 

Air Products & Chemicals
Dr. Reed Hendershot and Jeffrey Kloosterman
ALSTOM Power, Inc.
John Marion
American Electric Power,
J.J. Letcavits
ASME Power Div.:
Dr. Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland
The Babcock & Wilcox Company
Hamid Sarv
Babcock Power, Inc.
Bonnie Courtemanche, P.E.
CanmetENERGY, Canada
Dr. Ligang Zheng
Chalmers University

Dr. Klas Andersson
Columbia University
Dr. Klaus Lackner
Government Contracts Specialists
Philip W. Winkler
Clyde Bergemann
Dr. Edmundo Vásquez
CSIRO, Australia
Dr. Erik Meuleman
Doosan Babcock Energy Limited, Scotland
Gerry Hesselmann

Energy & Environment, Germany
Prof.-Dr. Klaus R.G. Hein (Co-chairman)
Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota
Christopher Zygarlilcke
Foster Wheeler North America Corp.
Horst Hack
Fuel Tech Inc.
Chris Smyrniotis

Gas Technology Institute
Howard Meyer
Illinois Clean Coal Institute
Joseph Hirschi
Leonardo Technologies, Inc.
Massood Ramezan
J-Power
Hiroshi Sasatsu
Linde LLC
Krish Krishnamurthy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Janos M. Beer and
Cristina Botero (2012 Best Student Paper Award Winner) (Student Representative)
Monash University, Australia
Dr. Sankar Bhattacharya
Northeastern University
Yiannis Levendis
Ohio University
Dr. Gerardine BotteOntario Power Generation, Canada
Les Marshall
Pennsylvania State University, EMS Energy Institute
Bruce G. Miller
Praxair, Inc.
Dr. Lawrence Bool (Co-
Chair)
Reaction Engineering International
Bradley Adams

Savannah River National Laboratory
Steve Xiao
Siemens Environmental Systems & Services
Alan Paschedag
Tampa Electric Co.
Byron Burrows
Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
Dr. Alfons Kather
Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China
Prof. Yao Qiang and
Prof. Yue Guangxi
University of Alberta
Dr. Rajender Gupta
University of Newcastle, Australia
Dr. Terry WallUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science, Dr. Nenad Sarunac
University of Utah Prof. JoAnn Lighty and
Prof. Andew Fry
U. S. Geological Survey
Ronald Affolter
Xstrata Coal, Australia
Dave Osborne

 



 

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Official Program 2010.pdf

The 35th conference was successfully concluded; and the program has been announced for the 36th International Technical Conference on Clean Coal & Fuel Systems that will take place at the Sheraton Sand Key, Clearwater, Florida, USA, from June 5 to 9, 2011.


 

Student Recruitment In addition, the Conference will facilitate students meeting with potential employers at the conference. Through a specific site in the Exhibit Center, we will notify students of those companies who are seeking candidates and facilitate their getting together.

FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ON SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS GO TO Coal Technology Association Call for Papers

 

 
Coal Technologies Associates
12548 Granite Ridge Drive
North Potomac, MD USA 20878

Attention: Barbara A. Sakkestad (CTA)

Phone: 301/330-2256

E-mail: BarbaraSak@aol.com