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Electrochemical Materials and Systems Group

The Electrochemical Materials and Systems group comprises materials scientists, ceramists, metallurgists and mechanical engineers engaged in research and formulation of advanced cost-effective lightweight materials, power generation sources, engine exhaust remediation, advanced manufacturing processes, prototype devices and pilot-scale process development. As a joint leader of DOE's Solid-State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA), a major element of the group's work is the development of solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) materials, SOFC materials processing techniques and SOFC stacks. Additional applications include other electrochemical devices and sensors, as well as lightweight structures for ground, air and space transportation.

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