Call for Papers

The 43rd International Technical Conference
on Clean Energy

June 3 to 7, 2018   Sheraton Sand Key   Clearwater, Florida, USA

2018 Call for Papers

It is not too late to submit an abstract.  Please get something to us as quickly as possible to see if we have an opening on the Program.  Act quickly.
If You Want To Learn More About Innovations That Are Meeting The Challenges to Energy Utilization From The World’s Key Planners, Leading Experts and “Super Scientists” In The Most Comprehensive Program on Energy Technologies With Representatives From Six Continents And You Want To Know About:
Areas and Topics To Be Covered in the Technical Sessions
at the 2018 Clearwater Clean Energy Conference
ADVANCED COMBUSTION AND CYCLES
Dr. Ligang Zheng, CANMET
Oxy-Combustion

 

Dr. Klas Andersson and

Dr. Andrew Fry, Brigham Young University

Chemical Looping Dr. Andrew Tong, Ohio State University
Supercritical CO2 Dr. Joshua Stanislowski, UNDEERC; Dr. Jeong Ik Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; and Bhupesh Dhungel, Air Liquide
POWER PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
Bonnie Courtemanche, Babcock Power Inc. and
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Viktor Scherer, Ruhr-Universitat-Bochum, Germany
 
Combustion Technologies and Issues J.J. Letcavits, AEP and

Alan Paschedag, Covanta

Biomass Co-Firing (Power Plant Based) Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation and

Mathieu Insa, EDF, France

Radiative Heat Transfer in Combustion Brad Adams, Brigham Young University
Energy From Waste Alan Paschedag, Covanta
Ash Utilization Horst Hack, EPRI and Prof. Viktor Scherer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Solids Handling/Fluidization/Attrition Dr. Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
Natural Gas Power Production Massood Ramezan, KeyLogic and

Prof. Ashwani K, Gupta, University of Maryland

Gas Turbines for Power Generation Brad Adams, Brigham Young University
Combined Heat and Power Dalia El Tawy, Siemens
Load Following Issues Yogesh Patel, TECO
Energy Storage Dalia El Tawy, Siemens
Industrial High Temperature Processes (Glass, Cement, Lime, Steel, etc.) Prof. Viktor Scherer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, and Dr. Lawrence E. Bool, Praxair
Water Technologies
Byron Burrows, Tampa Electric Company
 

This year the Clean Energy Conference will spotlight Water Technologies. As such, technical papers and exhibit booths are encouraged to highlight the current state of available technologies and equipment relating to this topic. The spotlight is intended to include all water technology topics.

FUELS
Prof. Ashwani K. Gupta, University of Maryland
Gas Jared Ciferno, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
Coal Dr. Dave Osborne, Somerset International Australia Pty Ltd.
Upgrading/Beneficiation Dr. Dave Osborne, Somerset International Australia Pty Ltd.  
Combustion Fundamentals Prof. Dale Tree, Brigham Young University
Applications and Fundamentals Massood Ramezan, KeyLogic
Co-Firing Fundamentals Eric Eddings, University of Utah
Innovative Low Carbon Fuels Dongke Zhang, The University of Western Australia
Oil Shale and Tar Sands Prof. Raj Gupta, University of Alberta, Canada
Hydrogen Production Bhupesh Dhungel, Air Liquide
Recovery of Rare Earth Elements Eric Eddings, University of Utah
Waste Derived Fuels Prof. Viktor Scherer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
CO2 Capture/Utilization/Storage
Dr. Erik Meuleman, ION Engineering
EOR/EGR Sequestration Jared Ciferno, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy (TBC)
C1 Chemistry Dr. Sankhar Bhattacharaya, Monash University, Australia, and Prof. Dr. Jochen Lauterbach, University of South Carolina, USA
Carbon Capture Dr. David Hopkinson, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
Other CO2 Utilization Lynn Brickett, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy (TBC)