Guest lectrure - Dr. Craig Horn - flow batteries for grid storage

Rainer Fasching rfasch at stanford.edu
Wed Jul 28 22:36:07 PDT 2010


Dear Labmembers:

 

Just in case you have time and you are interested in flow batteries - please
see below - you are more than welcome to join the talk.

 

Best regards,

Rainer Fasching

 

Where: HP teaching center Room 101

When: Tuesday form 10am-11am.

 

 

From: Rainer Fasching [mailto:rfasch at stanford.edu] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 9:57 PM
To: Su10-ME-420-01
Subject: Guest lectrure - Dr. Craig Horn - flow batteries for grid storage

 

An announcement has been added in the "Su10-ME-420-01 Applied
Electrochemistry at Micro- and Nanoscale with focuse on batterie systems"
site at Coursework 5
(https://coursework.stanford.edu/portal/site/Su10-ME-420-01)


Subject: Guest lectrure - Dr. Craig Horn - flow batteries for grid storage

From: Rainer Fasching

Date: Jul 28, 2010 9:56 pm

Message: 

All:

As mentioned in class Craig Horn will give a guest lecture about flow
batteries tomorrow in. He is the cofounder and CEO of EnerVault, a company
that devlopes energy storage solution for grid stabilization.  I look
forward to his talk. 

Below for your informaton his BIO.

Dr Horn is  start-up veteran in areas of renewable energy, fuel cells,
batteries, telecom, and nanotechnology. He has more than 20 years of
experience working with renewable energy technologies overlapping with 9
years in nanotechnology.  Majority of his career he spent in ground-level
projects (synchrotron radiation spectroscopy of Li-ion materials, nanoscale
material based Li-ion components, nanoscale material deposition of active
glass films for telecom components, disruptive manufacturing of fuel cell
stacks) resulting in 15 US patents awarded, over 14 US applications pending,
and numerous international patents. Lectured on energy storage and flow
battery technologies at Stanford, UC Berkeley, national laboratories, and
utilities. 

See you tomorrow in class,
Rainer Fasching

 

  _____  


This automatic notification message was sent by Coursework 5
(https://coursework.stanford.edu/portal) from the Su10-ME-420-01 site.
You can modify how you receive notifications at My Workspace > Preferences.

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://snf.stanford.edu/pipermail/labmembers/attachments/20100728/4b329173/attachment.html>


More information about the labmembers mailing list