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JAMES M.

FENTON Department of Chemical Engineering The University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut 06269-3139 Biography, Bibliography and Professional Summary
Date of Appointment: 9/84 Birthdate: Education: 4/22/57 B.S. M.S. Ph.D. 2005200520051999-2004 1998-1999 1998-2004 1993-1999 1991-1998 9/91-1995 1/91-9/91 1984-1991 1979 1982 1984 Birthplace: Santa Monica, California Revised: 6/8/06

University of California, Los Angeles University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Experience:

Director, Florida Solar Energy Center, Univ. Central Florida Professor, Mech. Matl’s & Aerospace Engr., Univ. Central Florida Research Professor, Chem. Engr., University of Connecticut Associate Director, UConn’s Environmental Research Institute Acting Head Chem. Engr. Dept., University of Connecticut Professor, University of Connecticut Director, Pollution Prevention Research & Dev. Center, UCONN Associate Professor, Chem. Engr., University of Connecticut Consultant to IBM, T. J. Watson Res. Center Visiting Scientist, IBM, T. J. Watson Res. Center Assistant Professor, Chem. Engr., University of Connecticut

Professional Societies:

The Electrochemical Society; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Phi Lambda Upsilon; American Chemical Society; American Society for Engineering Education; Association of Environmental Engineering Professors; International Society of Electrochemistry Electrochemical Society, Inc., Boston Section Special Award "Distinguished Service to the Society and Continuing Contribution to Electrochemistry" Recognition by Universidad Iberoamericana of Mexico City for Excellence in Research in Environmental Electrochemical Engineering Electrochemical Society, Inc., “Certification of Appreciation, Presented in recognition of outstanding services rendered as Chairman of the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division” 1998-2000 Nominated for the Vice-President of The Electrochemical Society for a three-year term beginning May 2002. Lost the 2001 election to William Smyrl. Representative to The Electrochemical Society's: Council of Local Sections; Individual Membership Committee; New Technology Subcommittee; Publication Committee Chairman; Technical Affairs Committee; Divisional Advisor to the Energy Technology Division; Executive Committee, Chair of Student Membership and Symposium Planning Committee of the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. Member of Area 1e Programming Committee of AIChE Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of Electrochemical Soc. Boston Sec. Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary-Treasurer of Electrochemical Soc. Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division Electrochemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Pollution Prevention and Mass Transfer Processes Fuel Cell Design; Proton Exchange Membranes; Removal of Heavy Metals from Waste Streams; Electrochemical Synthesis of Oxidizing Agents; Electrochemical Reactor Design; Metal Plating; Alloy Deposition; Corrosion; Electrochemical and Chemical Machining, Polishing and Etching

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Research Interests: Fields of Specialization:

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK Refereed Articles Fenton, James M. and Richard C. Alkire. 1988. "Mass Transfer in Flow-Through Porous Electrodes with Two-Phase Liquid-Liquid Flow". Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 135:9; 2200(1988). ** ** ** Moreland, N. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1989. "Investigation of Mass Transfer By Diffusion in Two-Phase Electrolytes". Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 136:10, 2858(1989). Shenoy, R. V., J. M. Fenton, P. Malachesky and P. Stonehart. 1989. "Characterization of a Porous Electrode in a Zinc Chlorine Battery". Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 136:11, 3181(1989). Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1989. "Transport Processes in PWR Support Structure Crevices". Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Environmental Degradation of Materials in Nuclear Power Systems - Water Reactors, ed. by D. Cubicciotti, Jekyll Island, GA, August, 1989. Section 7, pages 78-92. (A reviewed paper). Fenton, J. M., D. T. Grasso and E. J. Podlaha. 1990. "A Laboratory Porous Flow-Through Electrode Reactor with Interchangeable Electrodes". Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 137:9, 2809(1990). Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1990. "Measurement of Effective Diffusion Coefficients for Chloride Salts in Nonprotective Magnetite". Corrosion, 46:9, 710(1990). Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1990. "A Solution-Refreshed Isothermal Capsule for High-Temperature Corrosion Studies". Corrosion, 46:8, 662(1990). R. V. Shenoy and J. M. Fenton. 1990. "The asymmetric Graetz problem in a radial capillary gap cell". International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 33:9, 2059(1990). Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1991. "A Detailed Model of Local Concentration Processes in Porous Deposits of SG's." Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Environmental Degradation of Materials in Nuclear Power Systems - Water Reactors, Sponsored by NACE, ANS and TMS, Montery, CA, August 25-29, 1991. Pages 745-751. (A reviewed paper). Tatapudi, P. and J. M. Fenton. 1993. "Synthesis of Hydrogen Peroxide in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor." Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 140:4, L55(1993). Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1993. "High-Temperature, Aqueous-Phase Diffusion of NaCl through Simulated Deposits of Corrosion Products." Corrosion, 49:7, 536(1993). Tatapudi, P. and J. M. Fenton. 1993. "Synthesis of Ozone in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor." Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 140:12, 3527(1993). Tatapudi, P. and J. M. Fenton. 1994. "Simultaneous Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in a ProtonExchange-Membrane Electrochemical Reactor." Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 141:5, 1174(1994). Narayan, C., J. Fenton and M. Datta. 1994. "Environmentally Conscious Materials and Manufacturing Processes," Materials and Processes for Environmental Protection , ed. K. E. Voss, L. M. Quick, P. N. Gadgil, and C. L.J. Adkins, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 344, 203(1994). (A reviewed paper). ** Millett, P. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1994. "A Modeling Study of Parameters Controlling Local Concentration Processes in Pressurized Water Reactor Steam." Nuclear Technology, 108:2, 256(1994). James M. Fenton is senior author

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) Refereed Articles (continued) Narayan, C., J. Fenton and M. Datta. 1994. “Greener Materials and Manufacturing Processes,” Processing of Advanced Materials, 4, 221(1994). ** ** ** Podlaha, E. J. and J. M. Fenton. 1995. "Characterization of a flow-by RVC electrode reactor for the removal of heavy metals from dilute solutions." Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 25, 299(1995). He, C., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 1997. “Evaluation of Platinum-Based Catalysts for Methanol Electrooxidation in Phosphoric Acid Electrolyte.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 144:3, 970(1997). Lin. J.-C., M. Ouyang, J. M. Fenton, H. R. Kunz, J. T. Koberstein and M. B. Cutlip. 1998. “Study of Blend Membranes Consisting of Nafion and Vinylidene Fluoride-Hexafluoropropylene Copolymer.” J. Applied Polymer Science, 70:1, 121(1998). Bett, J. S., H. R. Kunz, A. J. Aldykiewicz Jr., J. M. Fenton, W. F. Bailey and D. V. McGrath. 1998. "Platinum-macrocycle co-catalysts for the electrochemical oxidation of methanol.” Electrochimica Acta., 43:24, 3645(1998). Fenton S., and J. Fenton. 1999. “The Green Square Manufacturing Game; Demonstrating Environmentally Sound Manufacturing Principles.” Chemical Engineering Education, 33:2, 166 (Spring 1999). Fisher, R. J., J. M. Fenton and J. Iranmahboob. 2000. “Electro-enzymatic synthesis of lactate using electron transfer chain biomimetic membranes.” J. Membrane Science. 177, 17-24 (2000). ** ** He, C., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2001. “Selective Oxidation of CO in Hydrogen under Fuel Cell Operating Conditions.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 148:10, A1116-A1124 (2001). Venkataraman, R., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2003. “Development of New CO Tolerant Ternary Anode Catalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 150:3, A278A284 (2003). Song, M.-K., Y.-T. Kim, J. M. Fenton, H. R. Kunz and H.-W. Rhee. 2003. “Chemically-modified Nafion®/poly(vinylidene fluoride) blend ionomers for proton exchange membrane fuel cells.” Journal of Power Sources, 117, 14-21 (2003). He, C., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2003. “Electro-oxidation of Hydrogen with Carbon Monoxide on Pt/Ru-Based Ternary Catalysts.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 150:8, A1017-A1024 (2003). Chen, X., J. M. Fenton, R. J. Fisher and R. A. Peattie. 2004. “Evaluation of In Situ Electroenzymatic Regeneration of Coenzyme NADH in Packed Bed Membrane Reactors.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:2, E56 (2004). Si, Y., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “Nafion®-Teflon®-Zr(HPO4)2 Composite Membranes for HighTemperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:4, A623 (2004). Lin. J.-C., H. R. Kunz, J. M. Fenton and S. S. Fenton. 2004. “The Fuel Cell – An Ideal Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Experiment.” Chemical Engineering Education, 38:1, 38 (Winter 2004).

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) Refereed Articles (continued) ** Ramani, V., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “Effect of Nafion®/HPA Composite Membrane Composition on High Temperature/Low Relative Humidity PEMFC Performance.” Journal of Membrane Science 232 (2004) 31-44. Venkataraman, R., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “CO-Tolerant, Sulfided Platinum Catalysts for PEMFCs.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:5, A710 (2004). Venkataraman, R., H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “Enhancement of CO-Tolerance of Platinum Catalysts Using Metal Macrocycle Complexes.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:5, A703 (2004). Si, Y., J. –C. Lin, H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “Tri-Layer Membranes with a Methanol-Barrier Layer for DMFCs.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:3, A463 (2004). Si, Y., R. Jiang, J. –C. Lin, H. R. Kunz and J. M. Fenton. 2004. “CO Tolerance of Carbon-Supported Platinum-Ruthenium Catalyst at Elevated Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure in a PEM Fuel Cell.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:11, A1820 (2004). Williams, M.V., E. Begg, L. Bonville, H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton. 2004. “Characterization of Gas Diffusion Layers for PEMFC.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151:8, A1173 (2004). Williams, M.V., H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton. 2004. “Influence of Convection through Gas Diffusion Layers on Limiting Current in PEM FCs Using a Serpentine Flow Field.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151, A1617 (2004). Ramani, V., H. R. Kunz, J. M. Fenton. 2005. “Stabilized Heteropolyacid/Nafion® Composite Membranes for Elevated Temperature / Low Relative Humidity PEFC Operation.” Electrochimica Acta, 50:5, 1181 (2005). Song, Y., J.M. Fenton, H.R. Kunz, L. J. Bonville, and M.V. Williams. 2005. “High Performance PEM Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperatures Using Nafion® 112 Membranes.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 152, A539 (2005). Song, Y., Y. Wei, H. Xui, M. Williams, Y. Liu, L. J. Bonville, H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton. 2005. “Improvement in high temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells cathode performance with ammonium carbonate.” Journal of Power Sources, 141:2, 250 (2005). Williams, M.V., H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton. 2004. “Operation of Nafion®-based PEMFCs with No External Humidification: Influence of Operating Conditions and Gas Diffusion Layers.” Journal of Power Sources, 135, 122-134 (2004). Williams, M.V., H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton. 2005. “Analysis of Polarization Curves to Evaluate Polarization Sources in Hydrogen/Air PEM Fuel Cells.” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 152, A635 (2005). Bonville, L. J., H.R. Kunz , Y. Song, A. Mientek, M. Williams, A. Ching, and J.M. Fenton. 2005. “Development and demonstration of a higher temperature PEM fuel cell stack.” Journal of Power Sources, 144, 107 (2005).

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T. Song. Ramani. Song. M. X. M. “Dependence of hightemperature PEM fuel cell performance on Nafion® content. 2006. Fenton.. Fenton. 122-133 (2005). Zhang. R. H. 2005. R. J.” Journal of Power Sources 152. J. 2006. Bonville and J. 2005.. 120-128(2005). “Stabilized composite membranes and membrane electrode assemblies for elevated temperature/low relative humidity PEFC operation. M. V. A1828 (2005) also J. A. Kunz and J. Y. “Influence of temperature and relative humidity on performance and CO tolerance of PEM fuel cells with Nafion®–Teflon®–Zr(HPO4)2 higher temperature composite membranes. M. Jiang. Xu. R.” Journal of Power Sources.. “Operation of PEM fuel cells at 120–150 °C to improve CO tolerance. H. Swier.. A1329 (2005). H. 2005. R. J.” J. Fenton. Fenton. corrected proof available online January 31. Kunz. Soc. Kunz. Jiang.” Journal of Membrane Science 272:1-2. ** Jiang. H.. M.. “Polymer blends based on sulfonated poly(ether ketone ketone) and poly(ether sulfone) as proton exchange membranes for fuel cells. 2006. Ramani. Shaw and R. Kunz and J. M. M. M. H. H. Ramani.R. 138-144 (2006). 2006. 256. S. H. 154. Xu. in press. 2006. Electrochem.BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) Refereed Articles (continued) Swier. corrected proof available online April 11.. Kunz and J. H. “Effect of particle size reduction on the conductivity of Nafion®/phosphotungstic acid composite membranes. 2005.. Soc. 2006. M. “Composite silica/Nafion® membranes prepared by tetraethylorthosilicate sol–gel reaction and solution casting for direct methanol fuel cells. S. 2006. V.” Journal of Membrane Science. Fenton. H. Fenton. Fenton. H. R. Kunz and J. Electrochem. 153. H. “Metal dioxide supported heteropolyacid/Nafion® composite membranes for elevated temperature/low relative humidity PEFC operation.. L. Mittal. J. Electrochem. James M. “Is H2O2 Involved in the Membrane Degradation Mechanism in PEMFC?” Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters. Wei.. Kunz.” Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters. Fenton. J. V. in press. “Preparation via Supercritical Fluid Route of Pd-Impregnated Nafion Membranes which Exhibit Reduced Methanol Crossover for DMFC. Kunz and J. 9.” J. H. Song. 2006. Kunz. H. R. R. 182-188 (2005).” Electrochimica Acta. R. H. Fenton. in press.” Journal of Power Sources. 2005.” Journal of Membrane Science 266:1-2. R. Fenton. H. Y. R. 2005. R. “Electrochemical Oxidation of H2 and H2/CO Mixtures in Higher Temperature (T cell>100 oC) PEM Fuel Cells: Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. corrected proof available online January 6. Ramani. Kunz. R. J. “Effect of Elevated Temperature and Relative Humidity on Oxygen Reduction Reaction Kinetics for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Xu. Kunz and J. Kunz and J. R. Kunz. Weiss. M. Jiang. R. 8(11). R. M. 2005. Wei. Y. A299 (2006).. R. “Investigation of membrane property and fuel cell behavior with sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone) electrolyte: Temperature and relative humidity effects. 116-124 (2006). Fenton. A611 (2005). L1 (2006) for erratum. R. Fenton.. V. V. 150. 110-114 (2005). M. C.” Journal of Membrane Science.. Fenton. 2006. M. M.” Journal of Power Sources. Jiang. Fenton is senior author ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** . Y. H. Soc. Erkey. 152. Y. 152.

Fenton. although IEEEE might be too much!" The Electrochemical Society Interface. 7:1.” Submitted to Journal of The Electrochemical Society September 2005.. Fenton.” The Electrochemical Society Interface." J. 30(1998). Kunz. Electrochem.” Submitted to Journal of The Electrochemical Society May 2006. Fenton. M. “Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells for Transportation Applications. 2005. 7:3. J. In Press. J. Xu. H. Jiang. Kunz and J. "Is One of the E’s in IEEE for Environmental?. and Economics. Kunz and J. H. 2006. M. R.. R. Wood and J. M. M. J. R. M. Mittal. J. Soc. M. J. Soc. 1994.. Environment. H. “Improvement of PEM Fuel Cell Performance Using Low Equivalent Weight Ionomers and Pt-Co/C Catalyst in the Cathode.. Xu. " Effect of Catalyst Properties on Membrane Degradation Rate and the Underlying Degradation Mechanism in PEMFCs. "Electrochemistry: Energy. M. R. 1998. Ramani. "Electrochemical Oxidation of H2 and H2/CO Mixtures in Higher Temperature (Tcell>100oC) PEM Fuel Cells: Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy." J. In Press. Fenton. V. M. Efficiency. M. V. “Operating PEM Fuel Cells at Different Conditions: Cell Temperature and Relative Humidity Effects. R. H. 17(2004). R.. R. 2006. 38(1994). 21(2005). Fenton. Fenton. "Multilayer Structure Membranes with Sulfonated Hydrocarbon Methanol Barrier for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells. Fenton. H. F. 13:3. Soc. “The Chalkboard: The Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell. Leddy. 1998. Jiang. The DiMascio. Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) .” The Electrochemical Society Interface. ** ** ** Editor Refereed Articles ** ** ** ** Fenton. "Continuous Electrodeionization: Production of High-Purity Water without Regeneration Chemicals. 14:3. ** James M. 2006. 2006. Kunz and J. Kunz. H." The Electrochemical Society Interface. H. H. 2005. No. Kunz.BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) Refereed Articles (continued) ** ** R.. In Press. Electrochem.. Electrochem." Electrochemical Society Interface. 2004. J. but maybe it should be." J. 26(1998). Fenton. Fenton. 3:1. J. and J.

"Electrochemical Oxidant Generation for Wastewater Treatment.659. April 4. Fenton.. Fenton. Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) . "Electrolytic Processes for Pollution Treatment and Pollution Prevention. New York. Patent 6.Patents ** U. MEMBRANE ELECTRODE ASSEMBLIES USING IONIC COMPOSITE MEMBRANES. James M. Michael B. H. Jr. ed. Nov. North Carolina Book Chapters ** Tatapudi. Ramakrishnan Venkataraman. R. M. Fenton. Gasteiger. James M. J. MEMBRANE ELECTRODE ASSEMBLIES AND FUEL CELLS EMPLOYING SAME. The Netherlands. Kunz. Dresty. Organic / Inorganic Fuel Cell Membranes Using In-Situ Sol-Gel Generated Ionomer / Metal Oxide / Heteropolyacid Hybrids. A. H. P. Pages 103-128 (1994).. METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL DELACQUERING AND DETINNING. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. ed. Volume 4 .465. ** ** ** James M. M.S. Patent 6. W. AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING. and J. H.R. C. Southern Pines. Russell Kunz. Fenton.638. and J.S. Ramani. Chichester." In Environmental Oriented Electrochemistry. Lin.M. Cooper. A. C. Aldykiewicz. H. Patent 6. 2000. Elsevier. M. 1994. Volume 3.-C." A chapter in Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering.136. Disclosed to University of Connecticut Center for Science and Technology Commercialization.” A chapter in Volume 3 of the Handbook of Fuel Cell Technology. R. Russell Kunz. Tatapudi. W.S. Gerischer and C. Vielstich. March 2003. Sequeira. Case Number 3035– Patent Pending (Provisional application filed with USPTO – 04/28/03) ** ** ** ** Book K. Fenton. Jung-Chou Lin. Part 3.045. 1995. by H.. U. Disclosed to University of Connecticut Center for Science and Technology Commercialization. Chunzhi He. J. J. M. Richard Bodensteiner. Fenton. October 15. Fenton. Kunz. UK (2003). Chapter 36. 2002.2002. ed. Jr. Lamm and H. Ramani.417 (1995). Kunz. and H. Scribner Associates Inc. 2003. "Experimental Methods and Data Analyses for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells" copyright 2004-2005. Tobias. Composite Organic / Inorganic Fuel Cell Membranes Using Stabilized Insoluble Heteropoly Salts. Jung-Chou Lin. V. Cutlip and Jung-Chou Lin. V. Fenton. 2003. MEMBRANES. James M. and Antonio J. H. U. VCH Publishers. James M. and J.R. Fenton. “Membrane/Electrode Additives for Low-Humidification Operation. 363 . Case Number 3036 – Patent Pending (Provisional application filed with USPTO – 04/28/03). John E.686.. Amsterdam. Russell Kunz. Vijay Ramani. October 28. P. 456-463.

White. E. and J. "The Measurement of Aqueous NaCl Diffusion Coefficients in Corrosion Products from 25o . J. P. 88-18. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. Proceedings of the Symposia on Chlor-Alkali and Chlorate Production and New Mathematical and Computational Methods in Electrochemical Engineering. Proceedings of the Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering and Small Scale Electrolytic Processing. 223(1993). 158(1988). Srinivasan. L. Yu and J. Fenton. Harvego. P. The Electrochemical Society. ed. Fenton and J. R. ed. Stonehart. Zhang. 70(1991). "Optimization of the Flow-Through Porous Chlorine Electrode in a Zinc-Chlorine Battery". Wroblowa. P. Proceedings of the Symposium on Electrode Materials and Processes for Energy Conversion and Storage. Jeffery. T. J. N. K. Maru. Provo.. Canada. K. Malachesky and P. Achenie. K. by H. Wagner and H. D. Atlanta. Proceedings of the Symposium on Porous Electrodes: Theory and Practice. R. "The Role of Sludge and Fouling on Local Concentration Processes in PWR Steam Generators.. EPRI TR-102706. ** James M. Y. by T. P. M. Jeffery. (A reviewed paper). The Electrochemical Society. Volume II. J. 1988. Fenton. J.8. ** Shenoy.Symposium Papers (not refereed) Alkire. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. 91-10. ed. Millett. UT. Proceedings of the Symposium on Metal Deposition and Dissolution. 1984. P. ed. Fenton. sponsored by the Canadian Nuclear Society. "A Mathematical Model of a Porous Bromine Electrode in a Zinc Bromine Battery".. J. May 1990." Proceedings: 1991 Symposium on Chemistry in High-Temperature Aqueous Solutions." Proceedings of ASME International Joint Power Generation Conference. R. by T. Steam Generator Sludge Deposition in Recirculating and Once Through Steam Generator Upper Tube Bundle and Support Plates. Chin. X. 1991. W. M. S. W. 486(1987). Project S407-43. Ota. W. 1992 "Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Single and Multiple Reactions in a Radial Capillary Gap Cell". 87-12. Pintauro. J. Klein. by R. "Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in an Electrochemical Reactor". Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** . R. Fenton and H. 260(1984). Tatapudi. M. The Electrochemical Society. M. Proceedings of the Symposium on Modeling of Batteries and Fuel Cells. C. Kawamoto. J. 84-8. ed. and J. Fenton. Proceedings of the Symposia on Chlor-Alkali and Chlorate Production and New Mathematical and Computational Methods in Electrochemical Engineering. Walton. and J. -T. and J. by D. M. The Electrochemical Society. Shenoy. ed. Proceedings of the Symposium on Modeling and Simulation of Electrolytic Solution Processes. Paine. L. Millett. M. Katan and M. J. pages 42-80. R. "Mass Transfer in Flow-Through Porous Electrodes Having Two-Phase Liquid Feedstock". Arrigo. Van Zee and J. 1992. P. Paper 6j. J. Millett. by D. Pages F6j-1 .280oC. 1993 "A New Mathematical Algorithm Applied to a PEM Fuel Cell Model". August 1991. 275(1990). Stockel. W. Kawamoto. 1990. Weidner. 93-14. M. 92-23.. V. A. M. 296(1992). Chin and P. Fenton. Fenton. V. R. M. Richard and James Fenton. E. "A Mathematical Model of a Zinc Bromine Battery". 1990. 93-14. M. 1991. Fenton and H. Wan and J. ed. and J.. Van Zee and R. October 1992. ed. V. Varjian.-T. 90-10. Proceedings of Steam Generators and Heat Exchanger Conference. White. The Electrochemical Society. Baker and E. by S. 1987. The Electrochemical Society.F6j-18. 1993 "A Simultaneous Approach to the Solution and Optimization of a Zinc Bromine Battery Flow Cell Model". ed. Section 6A. E. Shenoy. by C. Fenton. "Review of PWR Steam Generator Crevice Impurity Concentration Mechanisms".. 354(1993). Ota. and J. C. Toronto. Proceedings August 1993. M. Verbrugge. J. J. ASME NE. R.

"Electrode Kinetics and Transport Processes in a Solid Polymer Electrolyte Reactor During the Simultaneous Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide. Jaw. and Electrochemical Processes. Rudd. S. J.. The Electrochemical Society. DiMascio and A. "Treatment of Metal-EDTA Wastes Using Electrochemical Reduction. The Electrochemical Society. J. Conway. R. Sundstrom. "Recycling of Chromium from Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrochemical Ion Exchange (EIX)". The Electrochemical Society. 217(1994). and J. ISBN: 157504-052-2. Fenton. 1997. J. L. he contributed to the health and safety of battery manufacture and recycling and the fuel cell portion of the Emerging Energy Technologies section. and J. M. S.” Proceedings of the Symposia on High Rate Metal Dissolution Processes. by T. Fenton and D. J.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Environmental Aspects of Electrochemical Technology: Applications in Electronics.. K. M.. Fenton. Datta. 95-19. W. Fenton is one of several contributing authors to this Roadmap. Tatapudi. A. 1995. and J. L.. M. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. and E. S. Inc. 1996. 324(1995). Talbot. October 1995." Proceedings of the Symposia on Fundamentals of Electrochemical Process Design: A Tutorial and Anodic Processes: Fundamental and Applied Aspects..” Proceedings of the Symposia on High Rate Metal Dissolution Processes. J. 95-19. ed. 1994. MacDougall. S. R. F. 1994. Fenton. ** Sung. Fenton. by E. E. Fenton and D. Conway. “Recycling of Copper and Nickel from Metal Finishing Wastewatters Using Electrodialysis Ion Exchange. Brooman. Rose. and C. J. W. Rudd. O. 173(1994). R. Tilak. M. "Electrodiaresis Polishing (An Electrochemical Deionization Process)". ed. The Electrochemical Society. Datta of IBM. M.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Electrochemical Technology Applied to Environmental Problems. Datta. V. "Process Design of Electrochemical Wastewater Treatment Technologies. O. ed. Datta. M. Fenton. “Selective Dissolution of Tin for Recycling Tin Cans. The Electrochemical Society. M. ed. by J. The report was edited by M. and B. B. The Electrochemical Society. Hobro. ed. ed. 93(1995). Fenton. ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** James M. by M. Sung. M.. 95-12. O. 236(1995). Allen. M." Proceedings of the 51st Purdue Industrial Waste Conference. E. and Electrochemical Processes. 252(1995). S. The Electrochemical Society. Fenton and J.. S. 96-21. D. B. J. Murphy and B. and J. Fenton and M. 1995. 601 (1997). “Investigation of Feature Shape During Jet Electrochemical Micromachining. M. Photoelectrochemical. Datta." Proceedings of the Symposium on Water Purification by Photocatalytic. 29(1996). Rudd. Rose. ed. 191(1994). E. MacDougall. B. Jha. P. M. Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) . 1994. M. Dukovic. 94-19.-J. W. 94-19. M. ed. and J. R. Datta. Jaw. Fenton and M. Chapter #61. 95-11. by T. The Electrochemical Society. 94-32. ed. by T. Conway. Hobro. P. Chemical Oxidation and Metal Precipitation Techniques. 1994. J. Murphy and B. Dresty. J. Photoelectrochemical. Jha.-J. O. M. E. Conway. Dalton. Bodensteiner. “Recycling of Copper using Electrodialysis Ion Exchange. and J. J. Fenton. M. Tatapudi. ed. M. E. 94-19. 164 (1994). Photoelectrochemical. 1995. M. S. "High Rate Dissolution and Jet Electrochemical Micromachining of Tungsten. J. F. E. and Electrochemical Processes. Proceedings of the Symposium on Water Purification by Photocatalytic." Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Electrochemical Microfabrication. Hamel.Symposium Papers (not refereed) (continued) ** DiMascio. M. Proceedings of the Symposium on Water Purification by Photocatalytic. Rose. Fenton. Murphy and B. 1995. Fenton. Wukash and C. Brooman. B. Ann Arbor Press. Sheppard and J. National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI) Energy Storage Systems Technology Roadmap. Fenton. L. E. Datta.

ed. Jain. Proceedings of the 31st MidAtlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. Venkataraman. Proceedings of the 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. B. Nikolaidis. Culip and J. Fenton. R. Smets.” Proceedings of the Symposia Power Sources for the New Millennium. ** He. M. H. Savinell. ed. H. 1999. N. 1999. K. Proceedings of the 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference.” Hazardous and Industrial Wastes. J. Erkey and B. Venkataraman. 97-6. Dresty and P. 1998. M. C. Mukerjee. and J. N. Smets. Lancaster.A. Venkataraman. 98-5. “Systematic Approach to CO-Tolerant Catalyst Development using Metal Macrocycle Complexes with Platinum.. C. Inc. Technomic Publishing Company. F. Kunz and J.. Fenton. Proceedings of the 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. Smets. Jr. Kalhammer.” Proceedings of the Symposia Tutorials in Electrochemical Engineering – Mathematical Modeling.. ed. C. F. C.Symposium Papers (not refereed) (continued) ** Chen. Rajeshwar and J. J.” . J. A. E.. B. A.. M. and J.. 261 (1999).” Hazardous and Industrial Wastes.. Fenton. McBreen. Lin. 1997. M. Sweetser. Fenton. M. Smets.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Fundamentals and Potential Applications of Electrochemical Synthesis. Fisher and F. H. Surampudi. 264(1998). Kunz. C. Inc. Pennsylvania. L. J. 115(1997). M. Kunz. J. C. Nikolaidis. J. H. ** ** ** ** ** ** James M. 52(1997). J. Leonida. 1999. C West. Fenton. Ryan. Lin. C. J. The Electrochemical Society. 656. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. D. 1997. F. R. D. The Electrochemical Society. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans using Electrochemical Methods. Dresty and P. 100(1997). N. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. F. 1999. Fenton. Weidner. R. Pennsylvania. Mendicino. C. Sobolov. Fenton. R. R. 1999. Weaver. 1997. Fenton. He.. R. 97-6. X. Simpson. Voivodov and J. 1999. M. 2000. 1999. Jr. The Electrochemical Society. Technomic Publishing Company. Lancaster. The Electrochemical Society. 2000-22. Sweetser. D. Pennsylvania.. J. and S. A. S. K.R. R. Fry. Kalhammer. F. Technomic Publishing Company. Erkey and B. The Electrochemical Society. S. R. J. Lancaster. Lancaster. Venkataraman. 1999. Nikolaidis.. Srinivasan. R. Erkey and B. “New Biopolymers for Electroenzymatic Synthesis of Alpha-Hydroxy Acids. M. Fenton. R.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Fundamentals and Potential Applications of Electrochemical Synthesis. ** He. He. R. H. 99-14. Fenton. Fisher and F. Nikolaidis. L.. 97-13. M.” Hazardous and Industrial Wastes.-C. Venkataraman. Aldykiewicz. M. A. M. and G.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Electrode Materials and Processes for Energy Conversion and Storage IV. Kunz and J. 652. “Parameter Estimation and Electrochemical Reactor Optimization Using Fundamental Electrochemical Engineering Models. Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) . S. K.. J. 1 (2000). ed.” Hazardous and Industrial Wastes. E. Aldykiewicz. He.. J. C. A. Weaver. 1999. M. C. ed. ed. Pennsylvania. J.” Proceedings of the Symposia on Environmental Issues in the Electronics/Semiconductor Industries and Electrochemical/Photochemical Methods for Pollution Abatement. N. Inc. . “Electroenzymatic Regeneration of Coenzyme NADH for Enzymatic Synthesis in a Packed-Bed Reactor. M. R. Nagarajan. The Electrochemical Society. ed.-C. “Evaluation of Platinum-Based Catalysts for Methanol ElectroOxidation in Phosphoric Acid Electrolyte. Kunz and J. M. “CO Tolerant Ternary Anode Catalyst Development for Fuel Cell Application. F. ed. Lin.. and J. ed. Achenie and J. F. I. Erkey and B. Fenton. J. ed. 663. R. R. Marsh. Technomic Publishing Company. Inc. C... “Hydrogen Purification Using a Membrane Cell. 631. Fenton. E. M.

” Proceedings of the Symposia Power Sources for the New Millennium. and G. Fenton and S. 2002. Bonville. A. R. 35 (2000). R. “The Fuel Cell – An Ideal Chemical Engineering Undergrad Experiment. J.V. M.-C. 2002-xx. ** ** ** James M. Fenton. Fenton. W. Nagarajan. and J. Fenton is senior author BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORK (continued) . “Performance of High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells Under Off-Design Conditions. ed. Lin. M.B. Gottesfeld. 2000. R. W.R. Marsh. L. The Electrochemical Society. M. Jain. The Electrochemical Society. Venkataraman. M. and J. yy (2002). M. Fenton. V. Kunz and M. Ramani. R.. Marsh. ed. Cutlip. ** Williams. Surampudi. 23 (2000). M. 2002-xx. 2003. The Electrochemical Society.. M.” Proceedings of the Symposia Power Sources for the New Millennium. A. Jain. and G. R. Kunz.. S.R. Ramani. H. Marsh. Fuller. S. H.” Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Proton Conducting Membrane Fuel Cells. Jain. Kunz.” 2004 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Final Conference Program and CD Proceedings. Kunz. and S. ed. “Active Learning of Chemical Engineering Principles Using a Solar Panel/ Water Electrolyzer /Fuel Cell System. M. Kunz.A. Surampudi. Van Zee. S. Fenton. Fenton. Fenton. Fenton. S. “Development of New CO Tolerant Ternary Anode Catalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. J. J.J.Symposium Papers (not refereed) (continued) ** Venkataraman. R. and J. The Electrochemical Society... J. Fenton. 2000-22.A. R. and J. and S. Paper 2003-1522. T. M. yy (2002). S. Nagarajan. H. J. Murthy.. and G. R. Begg.” Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Proton Conducting Membrane Fuel Cells. T. Murthy. “Novel CO-Tolerant Sulfided Platinum Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells. A. Ryan. M. ed. Gottesfeld. Paper 2004-2027. The Electrochemical Society. E. J. 2000. and J. 2000-22. S. Fuller. Kunz. Nagarajan. 2000.” Proceedings of the Symposia Power Sources for the New Millennium. M. 2002.. ed. “Characterization of Gas Diffusion Layers for PEMFCs. 2000-22. Smirnova. M.S. H. H. Lin. Surampudi. “Composite Membranes for Fuel Cell Operation at Higher Temperature. M. V. 48 (2000).A. Ryan.” 2003 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Final Conference Program and CD Proceedings.R. A. Van Zee. Ryan.

The Electrochemical Society. Conway. 95-12. The Electrochemical Society.. and B. Ota. Tilak. M. 99-14. 96-21. B. (1996). M. 1999. 95-19. Weidner. Proceedings of the Symposia on Environmental Aspects of Electrochemical Technology: Applications in Electronics. L. Scanlon and J. Fenton. J. K. 1989. Fenton. 1998. Hamel. R. and J. 1995. M. M. Fumio. L. C. Simpson. D. R. Brooman. Tilak. . MacDougall. C. The Electrochemical Society. Jeffery. Lisius. Fenton. (1995). T. Proceedings of the Symposia on High Rate Metal Dissolution Processes. (1993). Proceedings of the Symposia on Fundamentals of Electrochemical Process Design: A Tutorial and Anodic Processes: Fundamental and Applied Aspects. Proceedings of the Symposia on Environmental Issues in the Electronics/Semiconductor Industries and Electrochemical/Photochemical Methods for Pollution Abatement. S. Proceedings of the Symposia Tutorials in Electrochemical Engineering – Mathematical Modeling. Proceedings of the Symposia on Electrochemical Technology Applied to Environmental Problems. ed. M. M. 93-14. 89-10. W. V. Proceedings of the Symposia on Chlor-Alkali and Chlorate Production and New Mathematical and Computational Methods in Electrochemical Engineering. and E. (1995). West. The Electrochemical Society. Rajeshwar and J... Datta. B. M. K. The Electrochemical Society. R. J. The Electrochemical Society. J. Fenton and H.. J. M. Mendicino. E.. 1993. 95-11. Datta. M. Fenton.. 1996. 264(1998). The Electrochemical Society. E. B. W. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. (1995). and C. J.Edited Conference Proceedings Hine. 1995. 1995. J. (1999). F. Proceedings of the Symposium on Performance of Electrodes for Industrial Electrochemical Processes. Fenton and J. Fenton. Kawamoto.. Talbot. 98-5. V.. J. (1989). A. Savinell. B. Brooman.

"Optimization of the Flow-Through Porous Chlorine Electrode in a Zinc-Chlorine Battery".Chemical Engineering Solutions". Boston Section of The Electrochemical Society. Newton Lower Falls. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 87-1. Ravindra V. Derek T. "An Electrochemical Experiment for an Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Laboratory". Pennsylvania. Midland. February 25. Elizabeth J. The Electrochemical Society. Pennsylvania. 1985. Ravindra V. 1984. 1987 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. "Future Research Programs in Electrochemical Engineering". Shenoy). St. The Electrochemical Society. New York. "Investigation of Mass Transfer by Diffusion in Two Phase Electrolytes". Dow Chemical. Fenton. Connecticut. October 19. 1988. February 21. (with E. February 17. Joseph R. 1987. "Environmental Problems . Podlaha). Paper 119C. The Electrochemical Society. February 9. Michigan. 1984. 1987 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. . Fenton. "Zinc Halogen Flow Batteries". Moreland). November 15-19. The Electrochemical Society. 1984. Detroit. Podlaha). "Modeling and Simulation of Electrode Processes in Zinc-Halogen Batteries". Philadelphia. 1987. Fenton. 1987. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 87-1. May 13. 1987 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. New York. 1984. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. New York. Department of Chemical Engineering. Connecticut. 1984. 1987 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. J. 1984. State University New York. Philadelphia. Paper 74F. April 30. New Haven. Massachusetts (with Ravindra Shenoy). Poster Session. 1987 ASEE Summer School for Chemical Engineering Faculty. April 25. 1984. April 2. 1984. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. Abstract Number 378. November 5. Louis. University of Connecticut. New York. Missouri.SEMINARS "Mass Transfer In Flow-Through Porous Electrodes Having Two-Phase Liquid Feedstock". Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 87-1. May 13. 1987. April 10. Paper 71C. Philadelphia. May 14. 1987. May 11. April 18. Amoco Research Center. New York. Monsanto. August 9-14. Somers. February 6. Abstract Number 270. Philadelphia. Abstract Number 550. Pennsylvania. "Investigation of Flow-By Porous Electrodes With Two-Phase Liquid Feedstock". "Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater". 1982. Pennsylvania. Arrigo). J. Shenoy). 1984. (with N. 1987 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. University of Connecticut. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. March 4. University of Maine. "Electrochemical Engineering". AT&T Bell Laboratories. "Experimental Investigations of Single and Multiple Reactions in a Radial Capillary Gap Cell". May 11. Texas A & M. Pennsylvania. C. 1988. Western Massachusetts Section of AIChE. Grasso). "The Continuous Production of Hydrogen Peroxide by the Reduction of Oxygen in Seawater". "A Mathematical Model of a Porous Bromine Electrode in a Zinc Bromine Battery". November 15-19. Louisiana State University. New York. (with R. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Rohm & Haas. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 87-1. Alkire) Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 82-2. February 13. 1984. Philadelphia. Abstract Number 377. Fenton. "Science and Engineering of Multiphase Electrolytic Systems". Michigan. The Electrochemical Society. Abstract Number 364. Buffalo. Yale University. April 17. November 15-19.

CHEM 395. Atlanta. Los Angeles. Berkeley. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 88-2. May 16. University of Connecticut. 1988. Fenton. Georgia. 1990 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. . Ravindra Shenoy). Illinois. "Zinc-Bromine and Zinc-Chlorine Porous Electrodes". The Electrochemical Society. Department of Chemical Engineering. New England Region Mini-Symposium on Electrochemistry. The New England Community Environmental Education Project. sponsored by The University of Connecticut and held at UCONN. Joseph R. San Francisco. Storrs. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. November 8. August 9. Abstract #108C. June 15. Canada. Department of Chemical Engineering. Abstract # 107. The Electrochemical Society. May 8. "Zinc/Halogen Batteries and Electrochemical Reactor Design". American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Quebec. "Zinc/Halogen Batteries and Electrochemical Reactor Design". "Electrolytic Processes for Waste Removal and Abatement" (an invited Tutorial Talk). Jekyll Island. 1988. October 14. Peter J. Fenton. March 8. October 3. Abstract #104G. June 22. "Modeling of Zn/Br2 Batteries". 1989 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. MA. Connecticut. and Fluid Flows Applied to Process Technologies". 1990 Thursday Lunchtime Seminar Series at The Univesity of Connecticut at Hartford. Arrigo). 1990. California. 1990 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Technology Company. Mass. Session 7. 1988. 1988. Chemistry Department Seminar. 1988 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Fourth International Symposium on Environmental Degradation of Materials in Nuclear Power Systems . Pallav Tatapudi). Shenoy). December 4. February 14. "Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of Single and Multiple Reactions in a Radial Capillary Gap Cell". November 3. Fenton. "Basics of Electroplating (Engineering Science)". DOE Technology Base Research (TBR) Project's Zinc Battery R&D Review Meeting. October 10. Connecticut. California. Physical Sciences Inc. Fenton. July 9. Georgia. Environmental Research Institute for Hazardous Materials and Wastes. 1988. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. San Francisco. Chicago. "Electrochemical Engineering Research at the University of Connecticut. 1989. Fenton. "Academic Research in Toxic Use Reduction: Metalbearing Use Reduction". "Electrolytic Processes for Waste Removal and Abatement". University of California. Montreal. Abstract Number 5. Department of Chemical Engineering. California. 1988. Millett). "Heavy Metal Removal From Wastewater". November 10. The Electrochemical Society. "Transport Processes in PWR Support Structure Crevices". September 30. 1989. "Modeling and Simulation of Zinc Halogen Batteries". 1989 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. "Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor". 1989.Water Reactors. Rogers Corporation. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 90-1. University of Connecticut.SEMINARS (continued) "Simulation of Heat. "A Mathematical Model of a Zinc Bromine Flow Cell". University of Notre Dame. Andover. Abstract Number 560. Rogers. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Ravindra V. 1989.

"A Mathematical Model of a Zinc Bromine Battery". October 14. Xun Yu of Math Department was a coauthor). The Electrochemical Society. Stevens Institute of Technology. Fenton. August 1991. Millett)." Fifth International Symposium on Environmental Degradation of Materials in Nuclear Water Reactors. New Jersey. Sundstrom). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 91-2. The Center for Professional Advancement (Dr. New Jersey. "A Detailed Model of Local Concentration Processes in Porous Deposits of SG's. 1992. East Brunswick. Mathematics Differential Equation Seminar. Honolulu. Ontario. "Investigations in Zinc Bromine Battery Design". Fenton gave lectures on Industrial Electrochemistry and Scaling Up Electrochemical Reactions). Phoenix. Fenton. The Electrochemical Society. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 1992 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. October 12. "Partial Differential Equations Arising from Chemical and Electrochemical Engineering". 1993 (talk given by D. Seattle. Pallav Tatapudi). A Three-Day Intensive Course with Demonstration. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 93-1. Florida. Millett). Al Fry was Course Director. Steam Generators and Heat Exchanger Conference. Miami Beach. Honolulu. "Electrolytic Processes for Waste Removal and Abatement". Department of Chemical Engineering. CA. . Toronto. Abstract Number 1313. Ruiming Zhang. (talk given by graduate student of Dr." 2nd International High Temperature Aqueous Solution Symposium. Metropolitan New York Section of The Electrochemical Society. Fenton. Provo. Dr. Fenton. Miami Beach. 1990. Arizona. Millett). August. "Synthetic Organic Electrochemistry". Hawaii. November. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Hawaii. Fenton. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. 1992. Abstract #104G. “Electrolytic Processes for Waste Removal and Abatement. August 1991. Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry Seminar.SEMINARS (continued) "A Review of PWR Steam Generator Crevice Impurity Concentration Mechanisms". May 21. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Peter J. September 5. The Electrochemical Society. 1993 (talk given by Professor Luke Achenie). Montery. Abstract Number 1304.280oC. 1991. Joseph R. UT. J. "Investigation of the Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor". "Mathematical Modeling of Electrode Processes in a PEM Fuel Cell". 1992 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. W. Abstract Number 53. Toronto. Peter J. September 15. "Treatment Process for Metal-Chelate Waste Solutions". Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 93-1. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. WA. Florida. May 2. Ravindra Shenoy). 1993 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Arrigo). October 9. Math Department. Peter J. Canada. 1990. West Virginia University. November. August 17-19. "A New Mathematical Algorithm Applied to a PEM Fuel Cell Model". "Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Single and Multiple Electrode Reactions in a Radial Capillary Gap Cell". Abstract #48a. May 20. Abstract Number 88. The Electrochemical Society. University of Connecticut. "The Measurement of Aqueous NaCl Diffusion Coefficients in Corrosion Products from 25o . Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 92-2. Abstract #71d.” Columbia University. Fenton. Fenton. Ruiming Zhang). Canada. 1991 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. 1992. "A Simultaneous Approach to the Solution and Optimization of a Zinc Bromine Battery Flow Cell Model". 1992 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. September 25. Fenton.

" Eighth International Forum on Electrolysis in the Chemical Industry. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. Donald Hobro). Fenton. Anil Jha and Felix DiMascio were co-authors). November 3. 1995. 1994. Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Seminar. San Francisco. Yorktown Heights. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 94-1. Fenton. Fenton. April 6.” Memtek Corporation. October 27. Florida. October 22 & 23. Abstract Number 1119. J. 1994. Abstract Number 1142.” presented as an invited talk at Changing the Course of Production. "Environmentally Conscious Materials and Manufacturing Processes. Meriden. Florida. Cambridge.17. San Francisco." Seventh International Forum on Electrolysis in the Chemical Industry. "High Rate Anodic Dissolution and Jet Electrochemical Micromachining of Tungsten". Fenton is co-authors with C. 1993 (presented at a poster session by graduate student of Dr. Lake Buena Vista. Watson Reserach Center. 1994. NY). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 94-2. Pallav Tatapudi). November 7-11. October 18. 1994 (talk given by Dr." Materials Research Society 1994 Spring Meetin. October 9-14. Materials Research Society Abstract Number I4. Anil Jha and Don Hobro were co-authors). Abstract Number 341. 1994. Connecticut. October 26. California. California. “Electrolytic Processes for Waste Removal and Abatement.SEMINARS (continued) "Pollution Prevention Sucess Stories in the Bridgeport Area". The Electrochemical Society. Department of Chemical Engineering Seminar. The Electrochemical Society. Fenton. 1994 (presented at a poster session by graduate student of Dr. Narayan and M. The Electrochemical Society. "Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor. Orlando. California. Conference on Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. 1994 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. McCormick Place North. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 94-1. Madhav Datta was a co-author). “Pollution Prevention and Chemical Engineering Careers. San Francisco. Fenton. Florida. California. Miami Beach. "Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in a Proton Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor. “Pollution Prevention Applied Research at The University of Connecticut. Abstract Number 1141. Fenton. 1993. “Recycling of Chromium From Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrochemical Ion Exchange (EIX). 1994. Billerica.” The University of South Carolina. September 27. A Conference Presented by the Pollution Prevention Consortium of New England Universities. “Pollution Prevention and It’s Impact on the Teaching of Environmental Engineering. Chicago. as part of the students faculty dinner night. May.” Association of Environmental Engineering Professors Workshop held at the Water Environmenta Federation 67th Annual Conference and Exposition (WEFTEC ‘94). Shyh-Jin Jaw. May 22-27. 1994 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Massachusetts. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. Fenton. Datta both of IBM T. Massachusetts. San Francisco. Donald Hobro. A Student-Faculty Conference on Pollution Prevention in Manufacturing & Services. 1994 (talk given by James M. November 13 .” presented to students of Wright B dormatory at the University of Connecticut. 1994 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Felix DiMascio. . May 22-27. May 22-27. Illinois. "Recycling of Chromium from Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrochemical Ion Exchange".”University of Connecticut. (with Robert Quinn). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 94-1. Pallav Tatapudi was co-author).6 "Electrochemical Deionization Process (EDP)"." The Electrochemical Society.

Fenton. 1996. Fenton. Meriden. 1995. (Poster talk given by graduate student of Dr. Madhav Datta was a co-author). May 21-26.” The American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Rick Bodensteiner). Fenton.” Reinventing Environmental Protection: A StudentFaculty Conference on Pollution Prevention. Abstract Number 418. July 26. May 21-26. Fenton. John Dresty was co-author). at Reduce. (talk given by Dr. Abstract #195y. Massachusetts.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 95-2. Yorktown Heights.4. “Pollution Prevention Short Courses. Madhav Datta and John Dresty were coauthors). 1995. ”Recovery and Reuse Technologies for Metal Bearing Waste Streams.” talk given for members of National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI) Energy Storage Systems Technology Roadmap Committee at IBM Thomas Watson Research Center. Pallav Tatapudi was co-author). 1995 (talk given by graduate student of Dr.” The Electrochemical Society. 1995. Rick Bodensteiner. “Health and Safety of Battery Manufacture and Recycling. “Selective Dissolution of Tin for Recycling Tin Cans. Reuse.” November 16. Connecticut.” The Electrochemical Society. “Towards a Brighter Future: P2 Advances in Metal Finishing. October 8-13. Bethlehem. Fenton. Radisson Inn.” Department. June 4. October 25. Lehigh University. “Fuel Cell Power For Laptop Computers. Miami Beach. Abstract Number 724. Illinois. July 26. “In-Process Recycling. Yorktown Heights. June 9.” Invited short courses presented over three days to chemistry and chemical engineering faculty from Universities located in Mexico City and professionals from nearby chemical engineering industries (typical attendance was 20 people). Abstract Number 577. 1995. October 8-13. Fenton. “Mini-Detinning Mill for Post-Consumer Steel Cans. 1995 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Reno. 1995 (talk given by Dr. Illinois. Nevada. April 3. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 95-2. Abstract Number 426. Rick Bodensteiner). Pennsylvania. Chemical Engineering . “Investigation of Feature Shape during Jet Electrochemical Micromachining. “Electrochemical Removal of Tin from Tin Cans. Chicago. 1995 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 95-1.SEMINARS (continued) “Process Design of Electrochemical Waste Treatment Technologies.” Connecticut Critical Technologies Conference. NY. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 95-1. November 12-17. February 9.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. “Recovery of Copper and Nickel from Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrodialysis Ion Exchange.” Third Annual New England Environmental Science & Engineering Student Conference. 1995. Stephen Sung). Nevada. at the University of Connecticut. Fenton. 1995. Cambridge. Shyh-Jin Jaw. Recycle: A Connecticut Conference On Industrial Water Use. NY. “Selective Dissolution of Tin for Recycling Tin Cans. Reno. Chicago. Electrochemical Separations. CT (Conference sponsored by Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection). 1995.” 10th Annual Conference on Pollution Prevention. Harvard University. Bristol. 1995 Annual Meeting. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. October 2 . 1996. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City was the host University.” talk given for members of National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI) Energy Storage Systems Technology Roadmap Committee at IBM Thomas Watson Research Center. 1995 (talk given by graduate student of Dr.

1996 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. November 10-15. Fenton. Texas. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 97-1. H. “Electroenzymatic Regeneration of Coenzyme NADH for Enzymatic Synthesis in a Packed-Bed Reactor. Newark. September 30. New Jersey Institute of Technology. R. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 96-2. May 4-9. October 6-11.” The American Institute of Chemical Engineers. State and Industry Collaboration. Leonida and I. “Fuel Cells for Electric Vehicles: A University. 1996.B. Meriden. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 97-1.” The American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Fenton. New Jersey. Chicago. Fenton. 1997. Medford.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Illinois.” Department. X. San Antonio. June 12. Abstract Number 135. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. “Reycling of Copper and Nickel From Metal Finishing Wastewaters Using Electrodialysis Ion Exchange. Fenton. 1996 Annual Meeting.” Department. (talk given by Dr. November 10-15. 1996. Montreal. Sobolov.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Chicago. Quebec. Canada. Chicago. CT. 1996. Stephen Sung). Abstract Number 625. R. (talk given by Dr. paper 177). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. H. in addition to Fenton other co-authors at Wesleyan were S. Abstract #111d. (talk given by Dr. Chemical Engineering “Calculation of Effective Diffusion Coefficients of Ions Through an Ion Exchange Membrane. Quebec. Fenton. New Haven. Abstract #162c. Stephen Sung). (talk given by Dr. Don Hobro was co-author). “New Biopolymers for Electroenzymatic Synthesis of -Hydroxyl Acids. Kunz was co-author).” Olin Metals Research. September 9. Voivodov). 1996 Annual Meeting. Alabama. J.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 1996 Annual Meeting. 1996. 1996. Illinois. Fenton. Connecticut. Abstract Number 297. 1996 (talk given by graduate student of Dr. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. Abstract Number 900. 1996. Illinois. M.” The American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Beth Sos was co-author). Abstract #162g. Chen was coauthor). Tufts University. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 97-1. Birmingham. 1997. 1996. (talk given by Dr. Montreal. 1997. Canada. San Antonio. Richard Bodensteiner). Fenton. Massachusetts. “Recycling of Copper Using Electrodialysis Ion Exchange.SEMINARS (continued) “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. November 10-15. Stephen Sung). May 4-9. Quebec. “Chromium Recovery by Electrochemical Ion Exchange. “Development of an Electrochemical Process for the Recycling of Tin Cans. . November 10-15. Chicago. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Chemical Engineering “Recycling of Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrochemical Ion Exchange” at the American Chemical Society’s Symposium on Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management VIII held September 10. in the Session on Novel Methods for Treating Heavy Metal Wastes (Session 44. Stephen Sung and Shiping Zhang were co-authors). Abstract #162d. Abstract Number 901. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 96-2.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (talk given by Dr. Fenton. Fenton.” The American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Canada. Fry of Wesleyan University. Montreal. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.D. “Evaluation of Platinum-Based Catalysts for Methanol Electro-Oxidation in Phosphoric Acid Electrolyte. 1996. Fenton. October 6-11. Texas. 1996.” Presented at CT Critical Technologies Conference. A. June 14. Illinois. 1996 Annual Meeting. May 4-9.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Kunz was co-author). Chunzhi He. “Lead Recovery Coupled with Regeneration and Re-Use of Chelated Soil Washing Solutions.

Jr. R. "Platinum-Macrocycle Co-catalysts for the Electrochemical Oxidation of Methanol". “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. Storrs. and the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry. R. CA. 1999. June 23. August 31 . 1998. Paris. Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Sciences Seminar. Fenton and Cutlip. San Diego. Lin. Kunz was co-author). Aldykiewicz). Aldykiewicz and P.September 5. Lin. Storrs. University of Connecticut. May 3-8. Fenton. 1999. (talk given by graduate student of Drs. Connecticut. (poster talk given by A.September 5. France. co-authors are J.-C. Boston. Fenton. Abstract Number 571. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. C. 1999. Achenie were co-authors). (poster talk given by A. Joint International Meeting . France. Inc. San Diego. May 2-6. Session 21 – Pollution Prevention. Fenton and Cutlip. Joint International Meeting . Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 97-2. . Venkataraman. May 28. Lin. A.-C.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.” The New England Section Electrochemical Society Meeting. He. Venkataraman. Connecticut.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. R. CA.-C. University of Connecticut. Paris. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. Storrs. Venkataraman. June 20-23. Ohio. Storrs. and A. H. Aldykiewicz and P. (talk given by J. E. Washington. He. A. . "The Effect of Ruthenium Tetramethoxyphenyl Porphyrin as a Co-catalyst for the Electro-oxidation of Methanol on Platinum". University of Connecticut. co-authors are J. M. Kunz). Lin. (talk given by J. R. Jr. A. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. J. (talk given Dr.-C. June 23. Fenton. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Clayton. Bett and H. Chunzhi He. Fenton. Fenton.R. “Hydrogen Purification Using a Membrane Cell. (talk given by J. A. Venkataraman.” Chemical Engineering Department Seminar University of Connecticut.” 31st MidAtlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. 1998. J. April 27. He. 1997.. Venkataraman. 1998.. R. September 15. Abstract Number 551. Sweetser). C. Inc. He. Inc.-C. Session 21 – Pollution Prevention. H. Abstract Number 169.the 192nd Meeting of The Electrochemical Society.” The University of California. C.” Connecticut Section TMS Meeting Holiday Inn Cromwell. and the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry.. R. August 31 . 1999. J. Aldykiewicz and P. 1999. Sweetser). M. March 3. co-authors are J. 1999. co-authors are J. 1999. Connecticut. He. Session 21 – Pollution Prevention. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods.J. . (talk given by graduate student of Drs. co-authors are J. J. Kunz was co-author). K. 1998. 1998. 1999. October 13. MA. Lin. Lin. (talk given by J. Bett and H. CT. May 3-8. C. Abstract Number 168. R. Kunz was co-author) Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 98-1.” Faraday Technology. “Parameter Estimation and Electrochemical Reactor Optimization Using Fundamental Electrochemical Engineering Models. C. R. J.SEMINARS (continued) “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. M. Kunz).-C. “Higher Temperature Membrane for PEM Fuel Cells. Fenton.” 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. CT.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Abstract Number 883.-C. Aldykiewicz and P. Aldykiewicz. Lin. Venkataraman and L. in addition to Fenton other co-authors were J. Seattle.the 192nd Meeting of The Electrochemical Society. Sweetser) Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 98-1. M. June 23. Sweetser). Aldykiewicz.J. J. (talk given by J. “Pollution Prevention and Environmental Engineering Through Electrolytic Processes. M. 1997. 1997. June 20-23. Fenton. in addition to Fenton other coauthors were J. H. R. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 99-1.R. June 20-23. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 97-2. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. San Diego.” 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference.

Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 99-2. University of Connecticut.” AIChE 1999 Annual Meeting Electrochemical Synthesis in Supercritical Fluids. R. Session 21 – Pollution Prevention. “Continuous Electrodeionization: Production of High-Purity Water without Regeneration Chemicals. “Electrochemical Oxidant Generation for Disinfection of Drinking Water” International Society of Electrochemistry 50th ISE Meeting. H. H. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Fenton. Paper 663. Fenton.. November 12. 1999. Pavia. Storrs. . Fenton . and Other Non-Traditional Media Authors: Felice DiMascio. “Continuous Electrodeionization:Production of High-Purity Water without Regeneration Chemicals. Symposium number 1: Electrochemical Power Sources After 200 Years: Looking Forward.” International Society of Electrochemistry 50th ISE Meeting.” Invited seminar given at International Fuel Cells. C. Honolulu. Pavia. Removal of Metals by CEDI and Membranes for Fuel Cells. PA. Sampson. R. September 5 – 10. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. 1999. Cutlip) “Electrooxidation of Hydrogen with Carbon Monoxide on Pt/Ru-Based Ternary Catalysts. Fenton. 1999. Microemulsions. Symposium number 1: Electrochemical Power Sources After 200 Years: Looking Forward. Polymer Electrolytes. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Cutlip were coauthors). Connecticut. September 30. Richard L. (Research presentation by student of Dr. Jung-Chou Lin. September 5 – 10. South Windsor. CT. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Russell Kunz were coauthors). Russell Kunz. Felice DiMascio. 2000. Sampson. . (co-authors Jung-Chou Lin. Paper 671. (talk given by Dr. and Other Non-Traditional Media ( talk given by Dr. Allison H.” AIChE 1999 Annual Meeting Electrochemical Synthesis in Supercritical Fluids. Felice DiMascio and Richard L. Venkataraman. 1999. Fenton. Russell Kunz. R. (talk given by Dr. Control and Remediation. Microemulsions. (poster presented by Dr. MA. Honolulu. Pavia. Bedford. September 5 – 10. 1999 Paper 110i.” Invited seminar given at Elf Atochem North America. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 99-2. 1999. April 13. 4th Annual Connecticut Polymer Exposition Thursday. Allison H.” 31st Mid-Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference. Fenton. Paper 660. and Michael B. Kunz was co-author). Chunzhi He and H.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. R. H. “Metal Macrocycle Complexes/Platinum Catalysts For Improved CO-Tolerance. “Research at UConn on Electrochemical Membrane Processes: Ozone Generation. Sampson and Pallav Tatapudi were coauthors). H. Venkataraman). October 17-22. and Michael B. and Jonathan Wood were coauthors). June 23. Fenton.” Poster presented at the State of the Art: Polymers in Connecticut. 1999. King of Prussia. Felice DiMascio. Polymer Electrolytes. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. 1999. Chunzhi He. “Development of CO Tolerant Fuel Cell Anode Electrocatalysts. Paper 666. Symposium number 6: Environmental Electrochemistry: Sensing. September 5 – 10. R. 1999. He and H. Abstract Number 2093. 1999. (INVITED KEY NOTE PAPER given by Dr.SEMINARS (continued) “CO Tolerant Ternary Anode Catalyst Development for Fuel Cell Application. Symposium number 6: Environmental Electrochemistry: Sensing. Italy. Bridgeport. Fenton. and Jonathan Wood and James M. “Hydrogen Purification Using a Membrane Cell. November 19. 1999. Abstract Number 2099.” International Society of Electrochemistry 50th ISE Meeting. CT). Fenton. R. Hawaii. Italy. Control and Remediation. Kunz was co-author). 1999. Pavia.” International Society of Electrochemistry 50th ISE Meeting. October 17-22. Italy.” Invited seminar given at Millipore Corporation. Hawaii. Fenton. June 20-23. Sampson were co-authors all from Halox Technologies. Kunz were co-authors). Venkataraman. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. “The Halox Process for Generating Chlorine Dioxide.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Corp. Italy. November 4.

R. Fenton with High School Students of Ms. Cutlip were coauthors). “The Green Square Game. March 21. H. Fenton with 8th Grade Students as part of the University of Connecticut’s Pre-Engineering Program Fall. Karen Corduro at Bolton High School. 2000. Venkataraman. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 00-2. South Windsor. Russell Kunz. work of Chunzhi He). Abstract Number 233. CT. H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 00-2. Russell Kunz and L. Kunz was coauthor). Fenton based on Ph. 2000. 2000. September 30. CT. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 00-2. Arizona. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Yongchao Si. co-authors were Jung-Chou Lin. 2000. Arizona. R. (Research presentation given by Dr. H. 2001. April 13. Abstract Number 236. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Phoenix. Abstract Number 238. “The Green Square Game. R. New Britain. “The Green Square Game. 2000. January.” Hands-on demonstration conducted by Dr. Phoenix. Arizona. RI. Venkataraman. Fenton. Fenton at CONNECT Day 2000. R. Fenton. H.” Morning and afternoon hands-on demonstration conducted by Dr. H. . 2000. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 00-2.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Fenton. J. Jung-Chou Lin). “Catalytic Approaches to Mitigate CO Poisoning in Fuel Cells. Kunz and M. July 9-14. Phoenix. Fenton with Middle School students as part of the Connecticut Association for Mathematically Precocious Youth (CAMPY) Meeting the Challenge Conference at Wesleyan University on January 10. CT. “Preparation and Characterization of Composite Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells. “Systematic Approach to CO-Tolerant Catalyst Development using Metal Macrocycle Complexes with Platinum.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. Cutlip). CT. Venkataraman. October 22-27. October 17. Abstract Number 237. Bonville). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Fenton with Middle School Students of Mr. Fenton. CT. 2000. 2000.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Lin. Kunz was co-author). 2000. South Windsor. (talk given by Dr. New Britain. 2000. Friday October 27. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. R. Roger Williams University. Friday October 27. Bristol. H. Solar Energy and “Hydrogen Economy” Experiments. “Development of New CO Tolerant Ternary Anode Catalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.” Hands-on demonstration conducted by Dr. (Research presentation by student of Dr. Transportation and the “Hydrogen Economy. Fenton.” Invited seminar given at International Fuel Cells. 2001. “The Green Square Game.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 2000. CT.-C. “Novel CO-Tolerant Sulfided Platinum Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells.SEMINARS (continued) “Preparation and Characterization of Composite Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells. Renewable Energy. Kunz was co-author). “Composite Membranes for Fuel Cell Operation at Higher Temperature.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Fenton. R.B. October 22-27.” Exhibit and hands-on experimental demonstrations by Dr. “Fuel Cell. and Michael B. DOE Working Group on High Temperature Membranes. Mark Coley at East Hartford Middle School. Virginia Commonwealth University. October. Storrs. Fenton. Fenton at CONNECT Day 2000.D.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.”” Presentation by Dr. 2000. 2000. R. October 22-27. CT. (co-authors were Jung-Chou Lin. October 22-27.” Hands-on demonstration conducted by Dr.” Invited seminar given at International Fuel Cells. Phoenix. Arizona. “Fuel Cells.

Abstract Number 35.SEMINARS (continued) “Selective Oxidation of CO in Hydrogen under Fuel Cell Operating Conditions. (poster given by visiting engineer from Sanyo. H. “Organic-Inorganic Composite Membranes and MEAs for Fuel Cells. Si. March 25-30. March 25-30. Cai. “Modified Teflon-Nafion Membranes for PEM FC with Hydrogen-Conductive Electrolytes of Different Chemical Structure” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Smirnova.R.-C. “Optimization of Electrode Structure for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2.” Invited presentation given by Dr. California. R. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2. 2001. Washington . (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Si. September 2-7. 2001. Bonville were co-authors). September 2-7. 2001.” Presentation by Dr. San Francisco. working for Dr. and R. Song. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-1. Fenton . Abstract Number 359. Transportation and the “Hydrogen Economy. March 29. 2001. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2.-C. 2001. California.H. September 2-7. 2001. Kunz were co-authors). DC. “The Green Square Game. “Preparation of High Temperature and Low Temperature/Low Humidity Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Chunzhi He. J. 2001. (talk given by Research Associate working for Dr. Kunz were co-authors). Lin and H. Abstract Number 358. Kunz were coauthors). Washington. Fenton . R. 2001. Williamstown. California. Kabumoto.Y.-C. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Kunz were co-authors). M. Renewable Energy. 2001. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Rhee (Sogang University). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-1. H. (talk given by previous graduate student of Dr.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Lin and H. Fenton as part of a week long course for 10 High School Teachers to develop experiments in a classroom laboratory setting for one week as part of UConn’s da Vinci Program August 6 – 10. H.R.-W. “Operation of PEMFC with Zirconium Hydrogen Phosphate-based Membrane under Low Humidity Conditions” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Yongchao Si. September 2-7. Abstract Number 418. Abstract Number 116. Fenton. “Investigation of CO-tolerance at Elevated Temperature in PEMFC with Zirconium Hydrogen Phosphate-based Membranes” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Song. J.-K. Lin and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2.-C. (Y. Ion Containing Polymers Gordon Conference. San Francisco. “Fuel Cells. A. C. Li. . H.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Fenton. R. Fenton. Abstract Number 411. (poster given by post-doctoral student working for Dr. San Francisco. San Francisco. J. June 5. DOE Working Group on High Temperature Membranes. Kunz were co-authors). California. (L. Kunz and L. Kunz were co-authors). 2001. Abstract Number 423. “Preparation of MEAs for PEM Fuel Cells Operating at above 100 oC. Hawk. Kunz was coauthor). Fenton .R. Fenton with Middle School students as part of the Connecticut Association for Mathematically Precocious Youth (CAMPY) Meeting the Challenge Conference at Wesleyan University on May 10.R. DC.Y. Washington . Lin and H. H. Bonville and H. Fenton.J. Massachusetts. 2001. Kunz was co-author). San Francisco. USA.” Morning hands-on demonstration conducted by Dr. J. Fenton. Williams College.R.” Presentations by Dr. “Water Uptake of Composite Membranes used in Elevated Temperature PEM Fuel Cells” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (poster given by graduate student of Dr. 2001. J. DC. Fenton at July 15-20. September 2-7. Japan. Y. Fenton to HPower Corporation. California. Si.

New England Electrochemical Society Section Meeting (L.R. 2001. Hawk. V. V.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. Fenton. Li were co-authors). R. California. Fenton. A. “Development of Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Generators” October 12.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. ” Poster presentation given by Dr. co-authors were A. May 12-17. Ramani. and H. Kunz were co-authors). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-1. Smirnova. .M. Bonville and H. Washington DC 950 L’Enfant Plaza. 2002. Kunz were co-authors). “Non-Humidified Hydrogen/Air. PA. A. Song.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. X.. July 28 – August 2. H. CT. R. SMALL FUEL CELLS For Portable Power Applications. Bonville and H. Song.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 2002. RI. Fenton. San Francisco. 2001 NSF Workshop on Engineering Fundamentals of Low Temperature PEM Fuel Cells. 2001 DOE Working Group on High Temperature Membranes. May 12-17. H. Bonville and H. Kunz was co-author). R. Kunz were coauthors). 2002. “Fuel Cells and Renewable Energy” Presentation by Dr.R. “Effect of Temperature and Cathode Composition on PEMFC Performance. Roger Williams University. CII 2000 Yankee Research Collaboration presentation at CII Rocky Hill. Kunz and A. “Different Methods for Manufacturing Diffusion Layers for PEMFCs. Kunz). Kunz). “Zr(HPO4)2-Nafion® Composite Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.SEMINARS (continued) “PEMFC Electrode Layer Modifications for Improved High-Temperature Performance . 2002. September 2-7. Massachusetts. Abstract Number 96. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Kunz were co-authors). 2002. “Ionic Conductivity and Methanol Permeability of Modified Nafion® Membranes. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. co-authors were A. and H. (talk given by visiting MS Engineer from Sanyo working for Dr. Ramani. Fenton at April 2. R.” Invited presentation given by Dr. C. Smirnova were co-authors). Kabumoto. Bonville (Ionomem Corp. Y.R. Fenton. Fenton . Bristol. Si.) and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-1.-C. Wang. and J. Fenton at April 21-23. Ramani. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 01-2. Y. Fenton. L. High Temperature and Direct Methanol MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells. H. 2001. Fenton. DC (L. Fenton at November 14. May 12-17. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-1. “Application of Heteropolyacids in High Temperature PEMFCs. PA. 2002.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Abstract Number 95. Bonville. (talk given by Research Associate working for Dr. “Preparation of High Temperature Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Kunz were co-authors). May 9. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. Washington. Si.” Poster presentation given by Dr. Washington DC (Y. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. Smirnova. Fenton to Springfield Public School Technology Education Teachers. Abstract Number 266. Philadelphia. Roger Williams University. 2002. R. L. (L. Bristol. Smirnova. Vatanatham. Kunz were co-authors). and H. Y. Smirnova. Philadelphia. RI. 2002. Abstract Number 424. July 28 – August 2. Lin and H. J. Kunz. “An Overview of Proton Exchange Membrane Development in Fuel Cell Research.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Fenton. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-1. V. PA. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. H. PA. 2002. Springfield. R. May 12-17. November 13. (an annual review of a funded project with FuelCell Energy and Proton Energy). Abstract Number 29.The Electrochemical Society Meeting.

J. Ramani.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Fenton. Asilomar Conference Center. M.” Invited Presentation by Dr. L. Palm Springs. M. Begg. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-2. 2002. Advances in Materials for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Systems” February 23-27. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. “Investigation of CO-Tolerance of PEMFC at Elevated Temperature and Ambient Pressure Conditions. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. H. Fenton. 2002. Ramani. 2003. Ramani. Bonville).R. High Temperature and Direct Methanol MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells. Kunz). Fenton. E. Kunz and L. September 16 -20.R. Kunz were coauthors).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. and H. California. Fenton. Rotary. E. (co-authors were Y. CT. Y.SEMINARS (continued) “Effect of Gas Diffusion Layer on the Mass Transport Limitation on the Cathode Side of a PEM Fuel Cell. Jiang. Fenton.R. (co-authors were H. November 18 –21. Vatanathan.” Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. J. Williams. R. “Performance of High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells Under Off-Design Conditions. France. V.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Symposium 8 Fuel Cells. April 27 – May 2. Fenton. 2003. Lin and H. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. 2002. Bowen Hall. One Day Fuel Cell R&D WorkshopHosted by H-Power at Princeton University. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1.V. Fenton. Roger Williams University. DOE Working Group on High Temperature Membranes. Germany. Dusseldorf. Peracchio. Abstract Number 824. Kunz and L. J. R. Bonville). Utah October 20-25. Stamford Connecticut. A. California. November 23.” International Society of Electrochemistry 53 rd ISE Meeting. H. co-authors were A. September 24. R. Kunz).” Invited Presentation by Dr.” Invited Presentation by Dr. R. 2002.” Invited Presentation by Dr. J. R. 2002. Bonville). “Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. E. Si. R. Utah. V. Kunz were co-authors). Fenton. Fenton. Abstract Number 176. Kunz and L. RI. E. and H. and H. October 25. 2002. Salt Lake City. Utah October 20-25. Smirnova.” Invited Presentation by Dr. “PEMFC CO-Tolerance in Elevated Temperature and Pressure Conditions. 2002. Paris. R. “Non-Humidified Hydrogen/Air. Fenton. (co-authors were V. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-2.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Fenton. Bristol. Begg. R. Pacific Grove.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. . Williams. July 28 – August 2. “Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. -C. Utah October 20-25. M. Bonville. Kunz were co-authors). Holiday Inn Select. Kunz). Kunz were co-authors). CONNECT DAY 2002. 2002. Si. “Suggested Conditions for Standardized High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) Testing.-C. “Fuel Cells 2003 – The Third Annual BCC Conference” March 30 – April 1. R. Fenton. Batteries and Supercapacitors. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 02-2. Abstract Number 20. co-authors were J. Y. Abstract Number 867 “Nafion®-Zirconium Hydrogen Phosphate Composite Membranes for High-Temperature Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFCs). R. (co-authors were H. 2002 Fuel Cell Seminar. Si. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Begg. Begg and H. Jiang. Smirnova. Salt Lake City. 2002. A. 2003. “Effect of Composite Membrane Composition on High Temperature PEMFC Performance and Endurance. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Fenton. Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City. CT. 2002. Y. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Willimantic. Eastern Connecticut State University. and H. “Characterization of Gas Diffusion Layers for PEMFCs. Lin and H.J. Kunz were co-authors). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Si. South Windsor. November 6. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.

Kunz). A. May 15. Fenton. Chestnut Run Plaza.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Lin and R. Begg. (co-authors were H. Fenton. Bonville. Kunz and L. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. 2003. 2003. April 27 – May 2. Peracchio and H. “Improvement of High Temperature Performance and Endurance with NTPA Membrane. J. Abstract Number 1180. New Orleans. LA USA. 2003. Rhee (Sogang University) and H. R. “SMALL FUEL CELLS 2003. Delaware. April 27 – May 2. Kunz and L. Fenton. June 20. Paris. France. V. Kim. J. R. Abstract Number 1217.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. M. “Convection Considerations in PEMFC Flow Field Design. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. May 15. DuPont Fuel Cells. Kunz were co-authors). “Two-Layer Model of Diffusional Resistance in the Non-Reacting Gas Diffusion Layer of Elevated Temperature PEMFCs. R. TN. E. Wei. R. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. and J. “Nanostructured Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Membranes for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells. “Nafion®-Zr(HPO4)2 Composite Membrane for High-temperature Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFCs). Smirnova and H.R. Chestnut Run Plaza. Si and H. ASEE Meeting. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. 2003. M. E. Ramani. April 27 – May 2. Begg. Kunz (University of Connecticut) were coauthors). Si and H. V. P. . April 27 – May 2. Carley.SEMINARS (continued) “Modified Heteropolyacid . France. 2003. Kunz were coauthors). 2003. M. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.” Invited Presentation by Dr. 2003.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Delaware. “Polymer Membrane with a Methanol Barrier for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFCs). Ramani. Paris. Kunz were co-authors). Wilmington. Kunz was a co-author). “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. Hwang and H. R. Kunz). DuPont Fuel Cells. 2003. (co-authors were H. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Paris. 2003. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Song. Song. Bonville). Williams. R. Fenton. Li were co-authors). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. Y. (coauthors were Y. Abstract Number 1245. Chestnut Run Plaza. A. Nashville. July 14.” Invited Presentation by Dr.R. Wilmington. South Windsor Connecticut. Kunz were coauthors). France. Bonville). A. R. UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. (co-authors were Y. (talk given by H. L. J. 2003. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. Farris. Y. Paris. Fenton. Delaware. Hyatt Regency. May 15. Abstract Number 1246.-T.Nafion® Composite Membranes for High Temperature PEMFCs. R.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Trahiotis. Abstract Number 1177. Paris. (poster presented by M.-S. J. presented in Session 2313 – Innovations in the CHE Laboratory.” Invited Presentation by Dr. France. “The Fuel Cell – An Ideal Chemical Engineering Undergrad Experiment” (talk given by S. Fenton. “Supported Heteropolyacid / Nafion® Composite Membranes for High Temperature PEMFCs. Fenton. Small Fuel Cell Conference. Williams. Wilmington. Kunz and L.. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-1. Abstract Number 1181.-W.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. H.9.-K. (co-authors were H. France. Fenton. Fenton. Peracchio and H.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Bonville).” Invited Presentation by Dr. R Kunz. 2003. DuPont Fuel Cells. Paris. Y. France. 2003. J.” May 7. April 27 – May 2.R. Fenton. April 27 – May 2.

October 12-16. 2003. Kunz). Jiang and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2.R. R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. “Electrochemical Impedance Characterization of High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells Using H2 and H2/CO Mixtures as the Fuel. Jiang. “Optimization of Gas Diffusion Layers in PEMFCs. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.R. M. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2. July 27 – August 1. Williams. R. Nathan Hall Inn. Fenton. October 12-16. V. R. Xu. South Windsor Connecticut. R. (Presentation by Dr. RI. H. Fenton. Ramani. V. Fenton. Connecticut. Fenton.R. H. Lei Zhu. Kunz were coauthors). Orlando. H. Florida. 2003. Kunz and L. South Windsor Connecticut. J. Orlando. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. Florida.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. August 11. Abstract Number 53. July 27 – August 1. July 27 – August 1.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells.R. 2003. Jiang. Kunz were coauthors). Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2. “Sulfonated Poly(Ether Ether Ketone) Based Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) Applications. Bristol. H. “Composite Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells.SEMINARS (continued) “Feasibility of PEMFC Operation with Low to No External Humidification. October 12-16.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. RI. Fenton. Abstract Number 1098. Bristol.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. Ramani. Ramani. Bristol.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. 2003. Y. M. August 11. Orlando. Fenton. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2. V. 2003. co-author was H. Bonville).” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. RI.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Orlando.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. October 6. Jiang and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2. 2003. “Electrochemical Characterization of Stabilized Heteropolyacid / Ionomer Composite Membranes for High Temperature PEMFCs Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells. H. 2003. Florida. Kunz was coauthor). Roger Williams University. R. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. October 12-16. Fenton. “Study on Oxygen Reduction Kinetics in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (PEFCs) at Elevated Temperatures. Northeast Agricultural and Biological Engineering Conference (NABEC) 2003. Kunz is a co-author).” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. Kunz). Abstract Number 983. Fenton while not a co-author was responsible for getting the seminar set-up and much of the work presented was done with the Fenton Research Group).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 2003. Ramani. co-author was H. Roger Williams University. South Windsor Connecticut. Fenton. “Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells. “Relative Humidity Effects on PEM Fuel Cell CO Tolerance in Elevated Temperature (Tcell>100°C) Conditions. . Florida.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Fenton. 2003. Song and H. Kunz was coauthor). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. R. 2003. Kunz is a co-author). Roger Williams University. Jiang. R. Fenton. Kunz were co-authors). Orlando. "Ionomeric materials fabrication and characterization. R. Florida. Abstract Number 1024. 2003. October 12-16. R. 2003. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Kunz). Fenton. Williams. (co-authors were H.R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. September 15. “Stabilized Composite Membranes for High Temperature / Low Relative Humidity PEM Fuel Cell Operation. Abstract Number 172. Storrs. V. V. co-author was H.

Abstract #74ad. San Francisco. 2003. H. Newton. Trahiotis. Li. J. California. M. San Francisco. December 1.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. Kunz was coauthor). R. 2003. 2003. Abstract Number 267. R. California. “Hands-on Demonstration of the Working Principles of a Renewable Hydrogen Economy Using the Solar Energy/ Electrolyzer / Fuel Cell System. 2003. Fenton. “CO Tolerance of PEM Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperature (Tcell > 100°C) Conditions. (talk given by post-doctoral student Y. Fenton..V. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. L. November 10. “Study of High Performance MEAs for High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells. Kunz and S. V. 2003.” AIChE National Meeting.R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Fenton. Song. Bonville). South Windsor Connecticut.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Fenton. R. November 16-21. Orlando. Pennsylvania State University. December 4. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 03-2. Florida.” AIChE National Meeting. “Oxygen Reduction Kinetics of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperatures. Kunz was a co-author). Worcester Polytechnic Institute. November 16-21. San Francisco.. Kunz and L.R. Workshop Materials for High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells. Abstract #??? “Novel Composite Membranes for High Temperature/Low Relative Humidity PEM Fuel Cell Operation – Bridging the Gap Between Additive and Interfacial Stability. Bonville).” Invited Presentation by Dr. H. H. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. The 2003 21st Membrane/Separations Conference sponsored by Business Communications Co. Bonville were coauthors). Abstract #174g “Carbon Monoxide (CO) Tolerance of High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells. R. J. Kunz. R. Wei.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. California. Y. H. Williams. Pennsylvania. Fenton. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. "Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells. Jiang. Song. January 12. 2003. Bonville. Jiang. Xu. December 8. 2003. Inc. Abstract #??? “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.R. November 16-21.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells.SEMINARS (continued) “Studies of Different Commercial Pt Cathode Catalysts for Improving the Performance of HTMEAs. Pennsylvania.R. 2004. R. Y. Kunz was co-authors). Massachusetts. Kunz and L. H. 2003. December 11. (co-authors were H. Fenton. and H. H. Xu were coauthors).J. 2003. Pennsylvania State University. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. San Francisco. Ramani. Kunz and L. J.” Invited Presentation by Dr. South Windsor Connecticut. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Bonville).R. Kunz was a co-author). (talk given by graduate student of Dr.R. Department of Chemical Engineering. Kunz and L. Worcester. sponsored by Materials Research Institute and The Energy Institute. Fenton. H. (talk given by research associate working with Dr. Massachusetts. (co-authors were H. Fenton. Fenton. V. 2003. State College.” AIChE National Meeting. 2003. M. California. October 12-16. Ramani. H. . Fenton. Kunz was coauthor). J. “Effects of Convection through Gas Diffusion Layer to Limiting Current in PEMFC Operating Between 80°C and 120°C. South Windsor Connecticut. November 16-21.R. (co-authors were H.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. December 11. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Department of Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering.” AIChE National Meeting. Fenton were co-authors).S. Fenton." Invited Presentation by Dr. State College.

L. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Cocoa. Xu. V. V. May 9-14. Y. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. (poster presented by graduate students of Dr. Connecticut. “Sustainable Energy: Hydrogen The Fuel of the Future. Williams. San Antonio. Fenton. at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center.R. LA. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs). March 7 – 10. Paper 11. and R. 2004. March 7 – 10. February 9. Fuel Cells. Connecticut. Florida Solar Energy Center. Texas.” UTC Fuel Cells/UConn Seminar Series at UTC Fuel Cells. Kunz was coauthor). Paper 3B. (talk given by research associate working with Dr. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center. Storrs. “Performance Evaluation of Nafion® 112 Membranes at Higher Temperatures.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. Storrs.R.R. Williams and H. Song. Abstract Number 309. Zaffou and V. R. H. Williams. Hyatt Regency. PEMFC. 2004. R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. April 22. R. E. Storrs. New Orleans. Jiang and H. Connecticut. Elkton . Fenton. March 7 – 10. Storrs. 2004. H. R.2 “Oxygen Reduction Kinetics of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperatures. Storrs. Mittal and H. 2004. H. A Research Institute of the University of Central Florida. W.3 “Stabilized Composite Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells. Abstract Number 310. R. Hydrogen.” KEYNOTE PRESENTATION AIChE 2004 Spring Meeting April 25 . Connecticut. South Windsor Connecticut. Kunz were coauthors). at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. R. Mittal. Fenton. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. Kunz was coauthor). Kunz were coauthors). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Connecticut. 2004. Kunz were coauthors). L. (talk given by post-doctoral student Y. V. March 7 – 10. Kunz were coauthors). “In-Situ Membrane Conductivity Measurement with No Contact Resistances. Fenton. .” Invited Presentation by Dr.Maryland. Kunz were coauthors).1 “Operation of PEM Fuel Cells on Reformate Fuel with Ultra Low Flow Rate. R. M.2 “Development of Methanol Evaporation Plate to Reduce Methanol Crossover in a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell. Kunz was coauthor). Fenton. 2004.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. M. Ramani. Solar Energy. 2004.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. March 7 – 10. Connecticut. 2004. Gore Fuel Cell Technologies. R. 2004. Xu. Fenton.” First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. Gore & Associates. March 7 – 10. M. Inc. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.R. 2004. V. Kunz were coauthors). San Antonio. Fenton. February 9. Texas. H. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. Fenton. Paper 2A. Abstract [9d]. Zhang. Begg. at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center. Fenton. Song and H. Storrs. Florida. Paper 2A. “A Study Of Screen-Printing Processing Conditions in Making Membrane Electrode Assemblies for PEM Fuel Cells. Jiang. Bonville.” Invited Presentation by Dr. at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center.29. H.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. “A Study Of Screen-Printing Processing Conditions in Making Membrane Electrode Assemblies for PEM Fuel Cells. 2004. M. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. Williams and H. Fenton. Zaffou. May 9-14.. at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center.SEMINARS (continued) “Considerations for the Cathode Side Gas Diffusion Layer in Elevated Temperature PEMFCs. R.

L. Fenton. Song and H. Fenton. 2004. “The Hydrogen Economy: Demonstrations with a Solar Energy/Electrolyzer/Fuel Cell Toy.R. presented in Session 3413 .July 30. (talk given of L.” Invited Presentation by Dr. San Antonio. 2004 “Active Learning of Chemical Engineering Principles Using a Solar Panel/ Water Electrolyzer /Fuel Cell System” (talk given by S.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Kunz). Y. R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. R. H. Fenton. V. ASEE Meeting. Lipp of Fuel Cell Energy. San Antonio. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. San Antonio.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. H. Fenton. R. May 9-14. Abstract Number 674. July 25 . 8th Annual Frances S. Salt Lake City. Ramani. Xu. Materials and Aerospace. “Heteropolyacid/ Sulfonated PEKK Composite Membranes for PEFC and DMFC Applications. Weiss. Ramani. 2004 “The Hydrogen Economy: Demonstrations with a Solar Energy/Electrolyzer/Fuel Cell Toy.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. May 9-14. S. 2004. Bristol. Texas. “Particle Size Effects on the Conductivity of Heteropolyacid/Ionomer Composite Membranes for High T/Low RH PEFC Applications. Texas. Swier. Ghezel-Ayagh. Shaw. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. 2004. May 9-14. H. “Behavior of PEM Fuel Cells Operated at High Temperature (>100°C) Using Reformate Fuel. Fenton. May 9-14. Williams were coauthors).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Kopp. Fenton. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. H. 2004. RI. Jiang. Abstract Number 405. June 23.SEMINARS (continued) “Cathode Structure Studies in PEFCs. Florida.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Williams. Zhu and H.R. Abstract Number 319. July 25 .July 30. Fenton. Texas. 2004. Alternative Energies – An Answer to Long Island’s Insatiable Demand?.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Kunz was coauthor). Department of Mechanical. Fenton. Sterrett. Jiang. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. R. Ramani co-author). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Kunz was coauthor). Kunz). V. Ramani. 2004.R. May 9-14. Utah. May 20. “Composite Nafion®/SiO2 Membranes Developed by Solution Sol-Gel Reaction followed by Casting for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr. Kunz were coauthors). 2004. San Antonio. Abstract Number 320. Roger Williams University. 2004. R. Texas. Radisson Hotel. Texas. San Antonio. Environmental Chemistry Symposium. M. Fenton. “Cyclic Voltammetric Studies of PEM Fuel Cells at Various Temperatures and Relative Humidities. M. Hofstra University. Orlando. V. Texas. . Springfield-Enfield Monday. “Effect of Relative Humidity on Catalytic Activity of Oxygen Reduction in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. May 9-14. Liu. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1.Molecular and Multiscale Phenomena. Fenton. Connecticut Valley Section of the ACS: May Dinner Meeting. Kunz was coauthor). Kunz were coauthors).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. co-author was H. “Verification of No Contact Resistance for in-situ Measurement of Polymeric Membrane Conductivity in PEMFCs. Abstract Number 390.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. May 24. RI. V. 2004. H. Abstract Number 706. Xu. 2004. Fenton. and M. co-authors were Y. Roger Williams University. H. San Antonio. May 6. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-1. R. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Bristol. The University of Central Florida.R.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.

Abstract #18c. August 29 – September 3. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2. H.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Fenton.” AIChE National Meeting. Ramani. “Influence of Electrolyte and Electrode Composition on PEFC Performance in Sulfonated PEKK Systems. Abstract Number 1477.R. M. J.R. Abstract Number 1939. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2.R.R. Honolulu. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.R. Kunz was coauthor). Honolulu. Fenton. V. R. Fenton.R. Shaw and H. R. 2004. Hawaii. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2. J.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. July 25 . Fenton. 2004. Austin. Xu. Jiang. Weiss. 2004. Fenton. October 3-8. Fenton. Song and H. H. Abstract Number 1979. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Kunz was a co-author). October 3-8. “Investigation of Fuel Cell Anode at Higher Temperature with Reformate Fuel by AC Impedance Spectroscopy. Texas. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2.July 30. H. V. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Kunz was coauthor). L. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2.” (Poster presentation by graduate student of Dr.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Song.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Ramani. October 3-8. Zaffou and H. R. Abstract Number 1866. November 7-12. S. Fenton. Bristol. R. H. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Fenton. Texas. Kunz was coauthor). R. Mittal. 2004. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 04-2. 2004. 2004. Abstract Number 2009.R.” AIChE National Meeting. Bonville and H. Japan. 2004.” Keynote Presentation by Dr. “Impact of Membrane-Electrode Assembly Fabrication Technique on PEM Fuel Cell Performance. Kunz was a co-author). “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Fenton. R. “Anode Pressurization of PEM Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperatures. Abstract Number 1943. “Stabilized Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for High Temperature / Low Relative Humidity PEM Fuel Cell Operation. RI. (L. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. co-author was H. Abstract #20b. 14th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam. Kunz was a co-author). Hawaii. October 3-8. Kyoto. Hawaii. Honolulu. Kunz were coauthors). (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Texas. Honolulu. Hawaii. October 3-8. H. October 3-8.R.R. “Electrochemical Impedance of PEM Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperatures and Various Relative Humidifies. Roger Williams University. Honolulu. Ramani. V. 2004. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. . Xu. 2004. (talk given by research associate working with Dr. Swier.SEMINARS (continued) “Effect of Sulfonated Hydrocarbon Proton Conductors in PEFC Electrodes on Performance and Interfacial Stability. Austin.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. November 7-12. Hawaii. H. 2004. November 7-12. Fenton. Y. Xu. Fenton. “Thin Film Tri-layer Proton Exchange Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) Applications. Kunz were coauthors).R. Honolulu. Kunz were coauthors).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Abstract #21h. Jiang. Bonville and H. Hawaii. Zhang. Kunz were coauthors). V. Abstract Number 512. H. “Impedance Spectroscopy of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperature and Various Relative Humidity. 2004. Hawaii. H. “A Micro porous Evaporation Plate to Reduce Methanol Crossover in a DMFC. Y. Kunz were coauthors) “A PEM Fuel Cell Stack Operated at Higher Temperatures. October 3-8. Honolulu. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. 2004. Kunz).R. H. Austin.” AIChE National Meeting.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.

Melbourne. Abstract Number 791. (co-authors were H.” April 27-29. (co-authors were J. Washington. Chemical Engineering Department. J. May 15 -20. M. Fenton. 2005. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. Venkataraman. Kunz and L. February 20-23. Abstract Number 241. “A Palladium Deposited Nafion Membrane via Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (sc-CO2) Medium for DMFCs. Pacific Grove. Abstract Number 784. R.R. and Solar Energy. M. M.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Canada. H. 2005. Hotel Washington.-C. Plenary Presentation by J. Ramani. and A. Quebec City. J. California. Hotel Washington. Small Fuel Cell Conference. Zhang. “Sol-Gel Derived Nafion/Silica Hybrid Electrolyte Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFCs). co-authors are J. March 13-17.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Aldykiewicz).SEMINARS (continued) “Stabilized High Temperature Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for PEM fuel cells. Ramani. Asilomar Conference Center.” Invited Presentation by Dr. Xui and H. Successful Renewable Energy Technologies. Florida. April 18. Abstract Number 965. 2005. R. 2005. “SMALL FUEL CELLS 2005. Washington. USA. DC. (poster presented by graduate student of Dr. 2005. “Performance of PEM Fuel Cells: Effect of Ionomer loading and equivalent weight in the Electrode. C.21. Bonville). Kunz). June 20-24. May 15 -20. Loews L’Enfant Plaza. Fenton. California.” Taking Measure of Green Progress: Opportunities to Meet Global Challenges. Florida.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Advances in Materials for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Systems 2005.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting.” Invited Presentation by Dr. 2005 Annual Joint Symposium hosted by Florida Chapter of the AVS Science and Technology Society (FLAVS) and Florida Society for Microscopy (FSM). Fenton. X. DC. R. Hydrogen: The Fuel of the Future. M. 2005.R. 2005. (co-authors were H. . 2005. Applied Surface Analysis. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 502. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells.” Florida Institute of Technology. R. He.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. He. Abstract Number 56. Asilomar Conference Center. 2005. Aldykiewicz. “The Effect of Ionomer Properties on Oxygen Reduction Kinetics on Platinum. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 501. Kunz was coauthor). V. DC (talk given by J. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. H. Xui. R.R. Fenton. University of Central Florida. Advances in Materials for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell System 2005. Fenton. May 15 -20. Fenton. Kunz). Lin. Kunz). Washington. C. Venkataraman. The Rosen Centre. Hydrogen. June 20-24. 2005. Fenton “Comparison of Several Research Approaches for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Membranes. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells and Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells. (co-authors were V. Los Angeles. Quebec City. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. R. “Recycling of Post Consumer Tin Cans Using Electrochemical Methods. Orlando.” ISES 2005 Solar World Congress. Invited Presentation by J. October 16 . February 20-23. co-authors are J. 2005. and H. Erkey and H. California. Swier and H.-C. Jiang. H. Invited Seminar Presented by Dr. Florida. Kunz is coauthor).” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. C. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells. Orlando. Wei. Fenton. Abstract Number 320. Y. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 501. August 9. Jiang. Bonville and H.” Taking Measure of Green Progress: Opportunities to Meet Global Challenges. Fuel Cells. Pacific Grove. Quebec City. Fenton.R. J. Fenton. Jiang. “Sustainable Energy. Kunz were coauthors). Lin. and A. Canada. R. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 501. S. Fenton. Canada. Fenton R. Kunz were coauthors). L. R. 2005. “High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly Development for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.

21.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Abstract Number 38. Dekalb. J. Tallahassee. Low Relative Humidity Membrane Program. Colorado. (co-authors were T. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 502. 2005. Mittal. Kunz). Fenton.” Department of Energy High Temperature Membrane Working Group Meeting.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Kunz is coauthor). Denver. Kunz is coauthor). distribution. 2005.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Discussion addressed Florida’s energy supplies. May 7-12. FL.R.” University of South Florida. Denver. H. 2005. “Membrane Degradation Mechanism as Revealed by Membrane Degradation Rate Measurements in PEM Fuel Cells. Los Angeles. 2006 in Arlington. University of Florida and E. March 22. Chemical Engineering Department.” The DOE Hydrogen Program Annual Merit Review May 16-19. Bonville and H. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 601. J. J. Invited Seminar Presented by Dr. Kunz were coauthors). October 10. Crystal Gateway Marriott. Fenton. 2006. Invited Seminar Presented by Dr. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells and Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. V. Fenton.” An address to the Florida Senate Committee on Communications and Public Utilities. Virginia. Kunz is coauthor). October 16 . Abstract Number 1192. 2005. “2005 FLORIDA ENERGY FORUM” Invited Panel Participant. L. FL. Virginia.R. January 10. Florida. December 14. Ramani. 2006. Linkous). Yi and H. Zaffou. Kunz). (Poster FCP 5). 2006. Zaffou. Yi and H. H. Invited Seminar Presented by Dr. J. R. Ramani. commonly called the "Energy Committee. Kunz). California. energy generation. transmission. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells and Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells.” An address to the Florida House Committee on Colleges and Universities. 2006.R.” University of Florida. California. Tallahassee. (poster given by graduate student of Dr. “Lead Research and Development Activity for High Temperature. Colorado. 2005. Los Angeles. “Factors Accelerating Membrane Degradation Rate and the Underlying Degradation Mechanism in PEMFC. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. Bonville and H. Fenton. University of South Florida). . (co-authors were V. V. 2005. FL. October 16 21. Stefanakos. (coauthors were V.SEMINARS (continued) “Effects of Temperature Difference on Water Management in PEMFCs. October 13. R. 2005. Fenton. Mittal. May 19. “Taking Charge of Our Energy Future: Choosing the Better Pie. “H2O2 Formation Mechanism PEMFC. Mittal. Tallahassee. (co-authors were D. “Lead Research and Development Activity for High Temperature. November 8. R. Fenton. (talk given by graduate student of Dr. R. Ramani. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 502. California. Bonville and H. Abstract Number 1194. FL. Abstract Number 1019.R. “Effects of Temperature Gradient on Water Transport through the Membrane Electrode Assembly of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells.21. as well as discussed the barriers presented by government and potential incentives that may be offered to help Florida’s future energy needs. May 7-12. Fenton. Los Angeles. Illinois. “Positioning Florida’s Universities as National Leaders in Energy Research and Education. (poster given by graduate student of Dr. (talk given by graduate student of Dr.” The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Abstract Number 37. Arlington. October 16 . Kunz are coauthors). 2006. L. Tampa. Low Relative Humidity Membrane Program. conservation and energy security.” Northern Illinois University. (co-authors were V. “High Temperature MEA Development for PEM Fuel Cells and Development of Educational Tools for PEM Fuel Cells. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 601. Anderson. L. R.R. Gainesville. Fenton. H. Slattery and C. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts 502. V. J.

a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. St. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 1992. Advanced Treatment Technologies and Metal Recovery in the Metal Finishing Industry. Mass and Fluid Flows Applied to Process Technologies. Science and Engineering of Multiphase Electrolytic Systems. Advanced Treatment Technologies and Waste Minimization in the Metal Finishing Industry. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. sponsored by Industrial Electrolytic Division of The Electrochemical Society. May 15-20. Connecticut. July 9. Missouri. Electrochemical Technology for a Cleaner Environment. 1990. Quebec. Connecticut. Separations Through Electrochemistry. 1989. October 15. Connecticut. sponsored by Industrial Electrolytic Division of The Electrochemical Society. Meriden. Advanced Treatment Technologies For Metal Bearing Waste Minimization. Meriden. Montreal. Connecticut.CHAIRED OR CO-CHAIRED SYMPOSIA Industrial Water Use and Re-Use Conference (Advanced Treatment Technologies and Metal Recovery in the Metal Finishing Industry). a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Miami Beach. sponsored by Battery Division of The Electrochemical Society. October 27. October 9-14. May 10-15. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Philadelphia. 1988. 1988. Washington. Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. 1991. October 28. Performance of Electrodes for Industrial Electrochemical Processes. Florida. Chicago. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Connecticut. October 30. . Simulation of Heat. 1992. Hartford. Hartford. October 19. October 30. California. 1987. Canada. Applications of Mathematical Models to the Development of Batteries. May 1989. General Session of the Industrial Electrolytic Division. May 1992. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Georgia. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Meriden. Connecticut. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. sponsored by the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. Louis. November. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. sponsored by Industrial Electrolytic Division of The Electrochemical Society. Los Angeles. 1988. Atlanta. New York. Electrochemical Waste Treatment and Minimization. New York. Energy Technology and Physical Electrochemistry Divisions of The Electrochemical Society. November 16-21. New England Region Mini-Symposium on Electrochemistry. sponsored by The University of Connecticut and held at UCONN. Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. May 1991. Meriden. sponsored by the Battery. Hartford. May 1990. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. October 15. 1988. 1987. sponsored by New Technology Subcommittee and Industrial Electrolytic Divisions of The Electrochemical Society. 1986. Storrs. 1987. Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. Connecticut. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Pennsylvania. Connecticut. Direct Electrochemical Oxidation of Methanol and Small Organic Molecules. Illinois. District of Columbia.

Texas. ASEE Annual Meeting. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Chicago. October 22 & 23. 1994. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions of The Electrochemical Society. Electronics Division. Cambridge. Corrosion. October 8-13. California . jointly sponsored by the New Technology Subcommittee. Electrochemical and Photochemical Methods for Chemical Recycling and Pollution Abatement. Novel Education Programs. sponsored by the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. May 1995. Presented by the Pollution Prevention Consortium of New England Universities. and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. 1995. San Francisco. Waterbury. sponsored by the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. May 1995. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. Connecticut. October 27. Hawaii. Meriden. Connecticut. Environmental Aspects of Electrochemical Technology: Applications in Electronics. Changing the Course of Production. October 6 . 12th Annual Conference on Pollution Prevention. Meriden. May 1996. Energy Technology Division. A Student-Faculty Conference on Pollution Prevention in Manufacturing & Services. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. May 1994. San Antonio. May 3-8. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. 1995. October 28. the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division and the New Technology Subcommittee of The Electrochemical Society. . Nevada. 1994. Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology Division. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Illinois. 1996. Reno. sponsored by the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. California.CHAIRED OR CO-CHAIRED SYMPOSIA (continued) New Mathematical and Computational Methods in Electrochemical Engineering. 1993. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Electrochemical Technology Applied to Environmental Problems. 1995. CA. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Pollution Prevention in the Metal Finishing and Manufacturing Industries. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Anaheim. Connecticut. 1997. California. Energy Technology Division. Waterbury. Los Angeles. Massachusetts. 1998. Fundamentals of Electrochemical Process Design: A Tutorial. October 25. October 29. 1996. June 25-28.11. May 1993. Nevada. Connecticut. San Diego. High Rate Metal Dissolution Processes. Reno. jointly sponsored by the Electrodeposition Division. Connecticut. jointly sponsored by the New Technology Subcommittee. Honolulu. October 26. Environmental Aspects of Electrochemistry and Photoelectrochemistry. 11th Annual Conference on Pollution Prevention. Dielectric Science and Technology Division and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. 10th Annual Conference on Pollution Prevention. a conference for the benefit of Metal Finishing and Allied Industries. Meriden. jointly sponsored by the Electrodeposition. Fifty Years of Industrial Electrochemistry: The Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division's 50th Anniversary Symposium.

2003. Phoenix. France.Corrosion. San Francisco. Philadelphia. jointly sponsored by the Battery. Florida. PA. May 12-17. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Diagnostics and Modeling Discussion Leader. Electrochemical Deposition and Dissolution. New Orleans. “SMALL FUEL CELLS 2003. jointly sponsored by ECS . jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions. Arizona. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. . WA. and Physical Electrochemistry Divisions. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions. 2003. and by ISE . San Francisco. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. October 12 – 16. May 2-6. Small Fuel Cell Conference. October 12 – 16. Fenton co-chaired the Topics on Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells and Fuel Cell Applications and Components sessions. Canada. R. Paris. Philadelphia. PA. afternoon session. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology Division. 2002. Nanophase Materials For Batteries and Fuel Cells Polymer. Bristol. DC. 2000. September 2-7.9.May 2. 2002. Tobias Memorial Student Poster Session. 2002. 2000. LA USA. 1999. R. Charles W. H.” May 7. March 25-30. May 12-17. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. 2001. September 2-7. 2001. Gordon Conference on Fuel Cells. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division of The Electrochemical Society. May 12-17. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. Chairman of May 9. Seattle. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. Fuel Cells from Materials to Systems. October 22-27. Kunz was the main organizer. PA. Tutorial on Fuel Cells.Toronto. Roger Williams University. 2003. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. Electrolytes for Fuel Cells Session. 2002. sponsored by all Electrochemical Society and International Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups. California. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Salt Lake City. April 27 .Electrodeposition/Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions. Electrodeposition and Surface Treatment Divisions The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 2003. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Hyatt Regency. 2003.CHAIRED OR CO-CHAIRED SYMPOSIA (continued) Tutorials in Electrochemical Engineering – Mathematical Modeling. May 14-18. April 27-May 2. 2001. 2001. October 20-25. Paris France. Energy Technology. The Electrochemical Society Meeting Orlando. Orlando. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. Washington. Battery and Physical Electrochemistry Divisions of The Electrochemical Society. Ontario. Utah. Philadelphia. Tutorials In Energy Conversion. California. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. 2003. Florida. July 29-August 3.I. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. The Electrochemical Society Meeting. General Society Student Poster Session sponsored by all Electrochemical Society Divisions and Groups.

Colorado. Educational Needs and Approaches for Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering. Connecticut. Gasteiger were the main organizers. 2004. May 9 – 14. May 9 – 14.R. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology. 2005. J. R. March 7 – 10.R. Blomgren. February 20 . Texas. The Electrochemical Society Meeting San Antonio. at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove. Kunz. G. Energy Systems for the Twenty-First Century: Opportunities for Applications of Solar and Conversion Technologies. Texas. Fenton chaired Session 2A PEM Membranes. Generation of Hydrogen from Renewable Sources. Canada. The Electrochemical Society Meeting Denver. James E. jointly sponsored by the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering and Physical Electrochemistry Divisions. May 15 – 20. Advances in Materials for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Systems 2005. H. Fenton was the Discussion Leader of Plenary Lecture Session IV. Energy Technology. The Electrochemical Society Meeting Quebec City. 2006 . at the University of Connecticut’s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center. The Electrochemical Society Meeting Quebec City. Virginia. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology. Fenton co-chaired the Direct Methanol and Micro Fuel Cells and Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells sessions. May 19. Weidner were the main organizers. California. S. H. jointly sponsored by the Energy Technology. jointly sponsored by the Battery. Micro and Portable Fuel Cells. May 7 -11. McGrath and Tom Zawodzinski were the main organizers. 2004. Battery and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions. Crystal Gateway Marriott. 2004. and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions.23. Battery and Physical Electrochemistry Divisions. 2005. Department of Energy High Temperature Membrane Working Group Meeting. The Electrochemical Society Meeting San Antonio.CHAIRED OR CO-CHAIRED SYMPOSIA (continued) First International Conference on Fuel Cell Development and Deployment. Fuel Cells: From Materials to Systems. Battery and the Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Divisions. 2005. Savinell. Narayanan. Arlington. Fenton co-chaired the Fuel Cell System Studies sessions. 2006. Canada. Storrs. May 15 – 20.

Sundstrom). Institute of Water Resources/USGS. 9/23/88 to 3/30/90. Institute of Water Resources/USGS. Institute of Water Resources/USGS. Connecticut Department of Higher Education Collaborative High Technology Grants. "Fundamental Studies of Tube Support Structure Crevice Corrosion in PWR Steam Generators".164. Bobbitt. 7/1/87 to 6/30/90. Thomaston. (joint with H. $4.117. H. "Destruction of Hydrogen in Sea Water". 1/1/87 to 6/30/91. E. CT. (joint with H. 7/1/89 to 12/31/93. "Environmental Research Institute for Hazardous Materials and Wastes.150 (funds to UCONN).883 (funds to UCONN).965.856. Treadwell Corporation. $216. W. UCONN Chemistry Department and A. Sundstrom). (joint with J. 6/1/87 to 11/30/89. W. B. $44. W. Wesleyan University Chemistry Department).000. Connecticut High Technology Research and Development Grant Program. $58. "Literature Search Results on Equivalent Circuit Modeling of Fuel Cells". 3/1/87 to 12/31/88. (joint with H.500. W. Bobbitt. Connecticut High Technology Research and Development Grant Program. $16.EXTERNALLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH GRANTS ACS-PRF Type G ("Starter") Grant "Investigation of Two-Phase Liquid-Liquid and Liquid-Gas Electrochemical Processes". Klei and D.160. E. $52. Electro-organic Synthesis and Scale-Up".874. W.514. $59. "Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater". Wesleyan University Chemistry Department). 1/1/86 to 8/31/88. Electric Boat/General Dynamics. Sundstrom). RP226-06. Northeast Utilities Service Company. "Electrochemistry: Science and Engineering. $1. Electric Boat/General Dynamics. $18. "Power Steam Generator Crevice Concentration Model Development". (joint with M. 1/1/86 to 11/24/86.239.980. "Advanced Electrocatalyst/Membrane Interfaces for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells". Fry. E. "Electrochemistry: Science and Engineering. 6/26/85 to 8/31/86.000. 9/1/86 to 8/31/87. (joint with G. $18. W. E.000. "Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater". Klei and D. Cutlip). (joint with D. . Sundstrom). 402. "Regeneration of Spent EDTA Cleaning Solutions". E. Fry. "Fundamental Modeling of Electrode Processes in Zinc-Halogen Battery Systems".827. $59. $7. Proposal for Second Year of Support. "Treatment Processes for Chemical Cleaning Wastes". "Destruction of Hydrogen in Sea Water". 9/23/89 to 9/22/91. $96. Stonehart Associates subcontract to EPRI Contract No. 7/1/89 to 12/30/91. $17. 10/27/89 to 12/31/99. $127. Sundstrom). "Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater"." State of Connecticut ConnScience 2000 and Department of Higher Education. Northeast Utilities Service Company. Klei and D. Department of Higher Education Collaborative High Technology Grants. (joint with H. Sundstrom). UCONN Chemistry Department and A. (joint with J. Klei and D. Northeast Utilities Service Company. Northeast Utilities Service Company. Hoag. $35. "Water Quality Control for Nuclear Pressurized Water Reactor Steam Generators".650. 9/1/86 to 2/28/88. Electro-organic Synthesis and Scale-Up". 10/1/85 to 8/31/86. 9/1/87 to 8/31/88. $78. 1/1/87 to 12/31/87. Klei and D.

Carley and J.. State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. $39.. $27. (joint with A.” US Department of Defense. Hoag and J.000. Inc. Dresty) "Electrochemical Oxidation of VOC’s. A.” American Electroplaters & Surface Finishers Society. Summer Research Grant. “Electrochemical Concentration and Treatment of Cyanide Bearing Waste Waters. “Northeast Environmental Security Training and Education Alliance.” Contribution to an International Fuel Cells (IFC) Phase I Proposal to Department of Energy (DOE) Solicitation No. “Pollution Prevention Research and Development Center.502. (joint with D. $28. Anode Catalyst Research: II. “Northeast Environmental Security Training and Education Alliance.000. [$289. 4/1/95 to 3/31/97. Carley and J. June 1995. (joint with D. National Science Foundation/EPRI. State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. $440.” US Department of Defense. 9/15/93 to 9/14/95. Bodensteiner).000.661 is UCONN portion of grant. $3. Robbins). (joint with R.74]. “Research and Development for Advanced Fuel Cells for Transportation Applications.” Alcoa Foundation.. J.032. P. The Institute of Water Resources/USGS. “Electrochemical Removal of Tin from Tin Cans. I. B. (joint with D. (joint with N. R. Treadwell Corporation. I. $63. 7/1/93 to 5/31/95. Korch).450. 4/1/94 to 3/30/95. $343.221. $66. Inc. $7. DE-RA08-95CE50384.623. “Pollution Prevention for Automotive and Truck Repair Facilities”. II. Hobro). $198. 9/1/92 to 12/31/96.903. “Environmental Technology Transfer and Education. 5/16/95 to 9/1/95.657.. "Development of a Mobile Oxidation Process For On Site Treatment of Surface and Ground Waters". $858. State of Connecticut Toxic Substance Research Funds.” American Electroplaters & Surface Finishers Society.300. "Electrochemical-Enzymatic Synthesis of Amino Acids". (joint with H. Sobolov at Wesleyan University). Electrolyte Research.284. $294. 5/16/94 to 9/1/94. Kunz). Hobro). $1..000.491.. $17. Nikolaidis. CT. (joint with G. R.” State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 9/1/91 to 8/31/92. 9/27/94 to 6/30/99.EXTERNALLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH GRANTS (continued) "Advanced Electrocatalyst/Membrane Interfaces for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells".995. “Alcoa Foundation Unrestricted Grant in the General Area of Electrochemical Processing.500. (joint with R. (joint with D. . Hoag.18 of additional funds were provided by the State of Connecticut for a total project cost of $584. Hobro).57. 9/27/94 to 8/31/96. 7/6/94 to 7/5/97.500. $1. 7/1/89 to 6/30/91. (joint with University of Connecticut Environmental Research Institute staff and Tufts University). 7/1/94 to 12/31/96.” Electrosynthesis Co. Inc. (joint with University of Connecticut Environmental Research Institute staff and Tufts University). G. Hobro) “Critical Technologies Program in Environmental Technologies. Dresty). "Groundwater Transport Studies of Chromium Contamination in Glaciated Soils in Connecticut". Education and Research collaboration between US and Ukraine. Department of Defense Sub-contract. 8/1/96 to 7/31/97. 4/1/91 to 3/31/94. 1/1/94 to 9/30/95. (joint with G. $130.000. State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. “Resource Recovery By Electrochemical Ion Exchange (EIX). “Pollution Prevention for General Permits Administered by the Bureau for Water Management”. Thomaston.868. Fry and S.” US Agency for International Development (USAID) (International Research and Exchanges Board).” US EPA. $3.600. Summer Research Grant.

Pilot Scale Experiments. 01/08/2003 – 05/01/2003. Efficient Power Generation” from CL&P for the period 11/6/01-7/5/03 in the amount of $404. Waltham. $100. Fisher and T. "Characterization of High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies.012/31/03. . “DuPont Educational Aid Program. $40. Kunz).000.” Connecticut Innovations Yankee Ingenuity Technology Competition.08/31/2003. R. Kunz).3 million federal earmark to the Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center (white paper and procurement of funds by Fenton).08/31/2003.” funding from Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Contract No: CTS-0124648. Clean. $112. “Recovery of Tin and Regeneration of Tin Stripping Solutions. $80.051]. Wood).906. $315." (with H.000. “Development of Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Generators. 1999-2000 Grant” in the General Area of Ion Exchange Membrane Development.372. 01/08/2003 – 05/01/2003. (joint with H. 7/1/99 to 12/31/00.000.” State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development. “CO Testing of Ionomem High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies.” DuPont Foundation.000. (joint with G.” Yukon ReSteel. Contract No: 5535. R. Contract No. CT.” funding from Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Contract No: 5535. $137. R. Dresty). “Wet-Processing of Tin Cans. 7/1/00 to 6/30/02. 09/15/2001. 7/1/00 to 6/30/02. subcontract to UConn. $50. 12/30/96 to 9/30/97.” funding from NSF. Hoag.284.” June 2002 $2. 09/15/2001. $42. [$46.EXTERNALLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH GRANTS (continued) “Critical Technologies Program in Environmental Technologies. “Novel High-Temperature Composite Membrane. Waterbury. 6/1/99 to 8/30/00. $15. 10/01/2000.” MacDermid. Kunz). (joint with H. 25686-001-01 2T. MA. “2001 Technology for a Sustainable Environment: Novel Hydrogen Reactor/Separator Design for a Fuel Cell Vehicle Infrastructure to Maintain a Sustainable Environment. $9. 6/1/97 to 12/31/97.000. Incorporated.350. funding from DOE via Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of California. $265.S. $15. Contract No: CTS-0124648. Westport. (Contract from Fenton’s Company Ionomem to UConn ERI Fuel Cell Laboratory). “Demonstration of a 1KW High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Stack for the Demonstration of Reliable. (Contract from Fenton’s Company Ionomem to UConn ERI Fuel Cell Laboratory).145 of additional funds were provided by the University of Connecticut for a total project cost of $159. CT. 7/1/97 to 9/30/97.” Contribution to a FuelCell Energy (formerly Energy Research Corporation (ERC)) Proposal to Department of Energy (DOE) Solicitation No. June 1999. “Novel Electrochemical Ozone Generator for Disinfection of Spacecraft Water.” Sanyo. “Advanced Portable Fuel Cell System for the U.581. DE-SC02-98EE50526.000 . (joint with R. Inc. “Higher Performance High Temperature MEAS” from UTC Fuel Cells (DOE Subcontract) for the period 3/1/022/28/04 in the amount of $438.444. “CO Testing of Ionomem High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies. Army. “2001 Technology for a Sustainable Environment: Novel Hydrogen Reactor/Separator Design for a Fuel Cell Vehicle Infrastructure to Maintain a Sustainable Environment. “Sanyo Engineer Fuel Cell Training.000. $100.” funding from NSF.000. Carley and J. CT Businesses are FuelCell Energy Inc and Proton Energy Systems Inc.000. ” NASA Phase II funding to Giner. R..

843. 01/19/04 – 01/18/05.100.5 million federal earmark to the Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center.000 FRS#631671 “Lead Research and Development Activity for DOE’s High Temperature. Low Relative Humidity Membrane Program (Topic 2 of DE-PS36-05GO95020). University of Connecticut Research Foundation. Army. 12/1/84 to 6/30/85. 2/1/88 to 1/31/89. Optimization and Zinc Deposition". $39.500. $750. Environmental Research Institute at The University of Connecticut. $18.000 in matching UCF funds for a total program of $3. Coughlin. University of Connecticut Research Foundation. DOE funds $2. "Equipment Competition.” 4/1/2006 to 3/31/2011. Fall 1988: Potentiostat/Galvanostat Gas Chromatography System".000 in DOE funds. "University of Connecticut Faculty Summer Fellowship".125. "Equipment Competition. $176. Fall 1984: Potentiostat/Galvanostat".EXTERNALLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH GRANTS (continued) “Micro Fuel Cells for the U.” Connecticut Innovations. Shaw).757. 7/1/87 to 6/30/88. $25.000.” January 2003 $3.S. Sundstrom). University of Connecticut Research Foundation. 1/1/90 to 6/30/93. Sundstrom). “Development of High-Temperature Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies” which is in support of UTC Fuel Cells Cooperative Agreement #DE-FC04-02A-67608. $5. $700. INTERNALLY SUPPORTED (UConn) RESEARCH GRANTS "Quantitative Engineering Investigations of Electro-Organic Synthesis Processes". $17. W. Klei and D. 10/15/03 – 06/01/04. "The Zinc-Bromine Battery: Modeling. 04/01/04 – 01/10/06. $329.843 match from UConn for a total project cost of $876.000. $69. W. between UTC Fuel Cells and DOE For the Development of High-Temperature Membranes. (joint with J. UTC Fuel Cells. Yankee Ingenuity Technology Competition. University of Connecticut. "Equipment Competition. Minor Research Grant Proposal Titled "Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater".000 and $625. (joint with R. “Advance PEM Cathode Development” which is in support of FuelCell Energy’s Phase II DOE SBIR program for “Advanced Cathode Structure for Oxygen Reduction in PEM Fuel Cells”. $2. E. summer 1985. "InSitu Generation of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide for Wastewater Treatment". 12/1/88 to 6/30/89. $30. $6. $9. Rusling and B.937. University of Connecticut Research Foundation. FRS 523637 “Reformed Methanol Fuel Cell System for High-End Portable Electronics: Improved High Temperature Fuel Cell Stack Assembly/Cell Stack Optimization and Endurance.981. FRS# 631753 “Evaluation of UConn’s High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assembly (HTMEA) by Toyota of Japan. 5/22/2004 to 1/5/2005.780. J. Bobbitt. University of Connecticut Research Foundation. . 1/1/85 to 12/31/85. University of Connecticut Research Foundation.” funded by United Technologies. 11/1/2004 to 10/31/2006.553. (joint with D.” Toyota. Fall 1986: Ion Chromatograph/HPLC System".379.149 “Training of Two University of Connecticut Graduate Students in Fuel Cell Research at UTC Fuel Cells. H. 1987.500.

(joint with S. $468. (joint with Dr. duration 6/1/93 to 9/30/94. Kunz). Fenton). (joint with S. (joint with H. Environmental Research Institute’s Pollution Prevention Research and Development Center Pollution Prevention Research Grant (funded by US EPA). “Development.750. $60. $50. duration 6/1/02 to 5/22/03. Lei Zhu) . Achenie and M. Cutlip).000. $43. University of Connecticut Advanced Technology Center for Precision Manufacturing. Environmental Research Institute’s Pollution Prevention Research and Development Center Pollution Prevention Research Grant (funded by US EPA). University of Connecticut.000. “A New Water Purification and Metal Recovery Process for Metal Finishing Operations. T. $15. S. Environmental Research Institute’s Critical Technologies Program in Environmental Technologies (funded by State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development). R. “Lead Recovery Coupled with Regeneration and Re-Use of Chelated Soil Washing Solutions. $23.” Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center’s Army Phase I. Fenton. L. “Development of an Electrochemical Process for the Recycling of Tin Cans.” University of Connecticut. duration 6/1/93 to 9/30/94. Anderson. Characterization. “Vehicle Propulsion Using Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells. (joint with J. and Optimization of CO Tolerant Microscale Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. 3/1/93 to extended. $40.336. 7/1/92 to 6/30/94. “Fall 1992 Equipment Competition: IBM RS/6000 Workstation and Fluid Dynamics Software.394.000. $15.” University of Connecticut. Dresty).316.” Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center’s Army Phase II micro/miniature/portable fuel cell competition. Environmental Research Institute’s Critical Technologies Program in Environmental Technologies (funded by State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development).” University of Connecticut Research Foundation. duration 1/22/03 to 1/21/04.” University of Connecticut. (joint with H. duration 7/1/94 to 8/30/96. Kunz).” University of Connecticut. duration 6/1/94 to 4/30/96. duration 6/1/93 to 9/30/94.200. “Man-Portable 90-Watt Direct Methanol PEM Fuel Cells for Soldier Systems.000.INTERNALLY SUPPORTED RESEARCH (UConn) GRANTS (continued) "Investigation of Maskless Electrochemical MicroMachining Processes for Patterning of Thin Films: Jet Electrochemical MicroMachining". Environmental Research Institute’s Pollution Prevention Research and Development Center Pollution Prevention Research Grant (funded by US EPA). “Development of New Electrocatalyst/Membrane Interfaces for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells as used for Methanol Vehicle Propulsion”. R. $150.

COURSES TAUGHT Undergraduate: Introduction to Engineering II Transfer Operations Transfer Operations Chemical Engineering Laboratory Chemical Engineering Laboratory Electrochemical Engineering Industrial Ecology Fuel Cell Engineering Introduction to Research Graduate: Transfer Operations I Investigation of Special Topics Fuel Cell Engineering Electrochemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Seminar Industrial Ecology Environmental Physicochemical Processes Seminars in Electrochemistry Electrode Kinetics Measurements Laboratory (ENGR 151) (CHEG 223) (CHEG 224) (CHEG 237) (CHEG 238. 239) (CHEG 295) (CHEG 295) (CHEG 295) (CHEG 299) (CHEG 315) (CHEG 320) (CHEG 320) (CHEG 363) (CHEG 394) (CHEG 320) (CE 387) (CHEM 395) (MTGY 344) .

F. Modeling of Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells. M.S. D. 1990. (co-advisor with D. 1991. R. 1989. 1989. 1988. Recycling and Reuse of Chelating Lead Soil Cleaning Solutions. Salimi. Destruction of Chelates by Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide. Grasso. M. M. Pilot-Plant Treatment of Chemical Cleaning Wastes. Peroxide Formation in PEM Fuel Cells. Souza. J. M. Advanced Electrocatalyst/Membrane Interfaces for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells. (co-advisor with D. M. Nikolaides) X. R. C.STUDENTS OF JAMES M. Sos. M. B. W. Speranzini. Moreland. 1996. DiMascio. Podlaha. J. McBrayer. E. K. V. Electrodialysis and Precipitation.Skiba. 2004. Millett. C. M. System Level Model of a Methanol Reforming Fuel Cell.S.S. Electrochemical Deionization Process (EDP). F.S. (co-advisor with D. W. M. Shenoy. Direct Methanol Oxidation in Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells. The Production of Hydrogen Peroxide by the Reduction of Oxygen in Seawater. 1995. K. Treatment of Chemical Cleaning Wastes with Hydrogen Peroxide. (co-advisor with N. 1995. J.S. P. M. 1996. Bodensteiner. M. J. M. Electrochemical Recovery of Metals From Wastewater. T. M. S. . Electrochemical Regeneration of the Coenzyme. FENTON MASTER'S DEGREE ADVISING Current Advising Completed to date N. 2005. M. 1991. 1989. S. Sundstrom). 1986. 1992.S. M. W. F. (Plan B MS in CHEG. NADH. for Enzymatic Synthesis in a Packed-Bed Reactor. He. 1996. M. D. 1994. Zhang. Electrochemical Reduction of Cu. Treatment of Metal-EDTA Complexes by Electrochemical Reduction. Investigation of Mass Transfer By Diffusion In Two Phase Electrolytes. 1994. Allen. Full-time Employee of UTC Fuel Cells).S.S. Grassiot. 1989. M. S. Walsh. T.S.S.S.S.and Fe-EDTA Chelates. Sundstrom). R. Sundstrom). Fundamental Study of Support Plate Crevice Transport Processes in PWR Steam Generators. M. M. Upgrading of Tin Cans Through Electrolytic Tin Removal. Chen.S. P. M. R. Kassim.S.S. Leaching of Chromium From Soils. Modeling and Simulation of Electrode Processes in Zinc/Halogen Batteries. 1996.S. M. S.

Millett. 2005. Preparation and Characterization of Composite Proton Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications.D. Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies For Fuel Cells. High Rate Anodic Dissolution of Tungsten by Jet Electrochemical Micromachining (Jet EMM). ADVISING Current Advising R. Ph.D. 2004 R. R. Ph. C. Ph. P.D.D.D. Catalytic Approaches to Mitigate CO Poisoning in Fuel Cells. R. Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Local Concentration Processes in PWR Steam Generators. 2000. Zaffou. H. Ph. D. Investigation of Transport Processes and Electrode Kinetics in a Zinc Bromine Battery. Ph. Xu. Zang. M.D. Sung. He. V. J. Recycling of Copper and Nickel from Metal Finishing Waste Waters Using Electrochemical Ion Exchange. S. Improvement of Oxygen Transport Characteristics in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. 1991. Completed to date R. –C.D. Y. Mittal. P. V. V. CO tolerant catalysts for Hydrogen/Air Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. D. Membrane Degradation Mechanisms in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells Ph.D. Development and Characterization of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for Fuel Cells. Ph. J. D. Si. Ph. Ph. Stabilized Composite Membranes and Membrane Electrode Assemblies for High Temperature / Low Relative Humidity Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Operation. 1996. 1993.-J. R. CO Tolerance in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Williams. J. 2004 V. Ph. D. Investigation of Paired Synthesis of Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in an Ion Exchange Membrane Electrochemical Reactor. Tatapudi. Ph. 2002. Arrigo.D.D.D. Lin. Ph. . Evaluation and Improvement of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Kinetics in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells at Elevated Temperature. 2006. S. Ph. 2000. Ph. 2006. Jaw. Ramani. 2000. Ph. 1997. Jiang.D. 1991.D. Ph. 1991. 2006. Ph.Ph.D. 2005. Venkataraman. Development of Methanol Evaporative Anode Flow Field for Direct Liquid Methanol Feed Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells. Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of Single and Multiple Reactions in a Radial Capillary Gap Cell. Shenoy.

J.Post-Doctoral Students P. “Catalysts for High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells” 9/19/00-6/30/02 J. Aldkiewicz. 1/15/06 to 6/1/06 . Song. “PEMFC High Temperature Membrane Development.” 7/99 to 4/01. Y.” 8/95 to 97. “Fuel Cell Polarization Data Analysis.” 11/20/00--3/29/02 M. X. Lin.” 10/30/00-5/21/01. Jiang. “Electrochemical Ion Exchange Reactor Development. Zhang. Development and Characterization of Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for Portable Fuel Cells. Hawk. Smirnova. R. “Ozone Oxidation of Bio Films.-K. Iranmaboob. “High Performance Cathode Catalyst Structures. “Optimization of Catalyst Inks for PEM Fuel Cells. “Electrohemical Bio Catalysis”.-C. S. "Electrochemical Oxidation of VOC’s. A. Song. “Electro-catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells.” “Fuel Cell Test Stand Development.” 9/15/93 to 2/94. A.” 12/15/00-11/30/01. Tatapudi. “Direct Methanol Fuel Cell for Transportation Applications.” 5/00 to 9/00. C.” 96 to 98. Chen.” 12/14/00 to 11/19/01. Catalyst Development.