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New Sessions Added to Fuel Cell 2004

April 12, 2004
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Fuel Cell 2004 is scheduled for June 9-10 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center in Denver, Colorado.

Fuel Cell 2004, scheduled for June 9-10 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center in Denver, Colo., will feature more than 20 technical sessions focused on fuel cells, including topics on energy materials. Several new sessions have recently been added to the program, including "Advancements in Fuel Cell Catalysts and MEAs," by E-TEK; "Engineering and Manufacturing of Fuel Cell Materials Such as SOFC Ceramic Tapes and Pastes in an ISO/TS Environment," by ESL Electro-Science; "Fuel Cell Component Integration," by Argonne National Laboratory; "Graphite Selection for Today's Fuel Cells," by Superior Graphite; and "Corrosion Robs Fuel Stacks and MEAs of Power and Life; Ionic Plasma Deposition Promises to Change That," by Ionic Fusion Corp.

For detailed information on the preliminary program, visit http://www.fuelcell-magazine.com/images/finalbrochure.pdf. To take advantage of a special registration discount offer, visit http://www.fuelcell-magazine.com/fc_conf_index.htm, enter $595 on the registration page and include "CI" in the source code. The special offer ends April 30.

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