Prof. H. Matsumoto, Kyushu University, discusses catalysis issuesDr. Vojislav Stamenkovic and Prof. Tom Jaramillo exchange ideas at an I²CNER eventProf. Fraser Armstrong, Oxford, delivers a keynote lectureCatalytic Concepts for Energy Symposium dinnerCatalytic Concepts for Energy Symposium Speakers
Prof. H. Matsumoto, Kyushu University, discusses catalysis issues
Dr. Vojislav Stamenkovic and Prof. Tom Jaramillo exchange ideas at an I²CNER event
Prof. Fraser Armstrong, Oxford, delivers a keynote lecture
Catalytic Concepts for Energy Symposium dinner
Catalytic Concepts for Energy Symposium Speakers

Welcome to at the International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER) Satellite! Here at I2CNER, our mission is to contribute to the advancement of low carbon emission and cost effective energy systems, and improvement of energy efficiency. The array of technologies that I2CNER’s research aims to enable includes Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs), Polymer Membrane based fuel cells, biomimetic and other novel catalyst concepts, and production, storage, and utilization of hydrogen as a fuel. Our research also explores the underlying science of CO2 capture and storage or the conversion of CO2 to a useful product. Additionally, central to I2CNER’s mission is the establishment of an international academic environment that fosters innovation through collaboration and interdisciplinary research (fusion).