Director: Mary H. McCay, Ph.D., Research Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (321) 674-8803
The NCHR was established with funding from NASA to perform research and development concerning the application of hydrogen as a fuel for airborne platforms. It is currently pursuing the development of an interdisciplinary hydrogen and fuel cell technology academic program under the sponsorship of Department of Energy (DOE). The objectives of this program are to develop undergraduate modules, enquiry-based laboratory experiments and a graduate area of specialization academic program that will enable the growth of research and development in the arena of hydrogen and fuel cell technology. Faculty associated with the center are currently conducting research in computational modeling of fuel cells, fiber-optic sensors suitable for safety applications and systems monitoring, hydrogen storage mediums, the interaction of hydrogen with materials and hydrogen purification techniques.
Facility use is negotiated on a per-proposal basis.
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