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University of Salerno

At the University of Salerno five teams from three departments are active in hydrogen and fuel cell research. They perform fundamental and applied researches on new materials for FC and hydrogen production. A strong focus is on cell and stack components. Specific efforts are dedicated to experimental studies and modelling towards the improvement of performance and reliability of all fuel cell components and hydrogen production devices, attention is also given to ancillary equipment and power electronics. Control, diagnostics and prognostics are the topics of current interest for both SOFC and PEM used in transportation and stationary applications.
The main activity is developed in cooperation with international leading universities, research centres and industries in the framework of EU FP7 and H2020 funded projects.


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| http://web.unisa.it/en/university

| IT, Via Giovanni Paolo II, 132 84084 Fisciano (SA)


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Projects involved in

Project name SubProject Title Country Budget
CoMETHy

Sub project 1

Compact Multifuel-Energy To Hydrogen converter

Italy 4.933.250 €
D-CODE

Sub project 1

DC/DC COnverter-based Diagnostics for PEM systems

Italy 2.215.767 €
DeSIgn

Sub project 1

DEGRADATION SIGNATURES IDENTIFICATION FOR STACK OPERATION DIAGNOSTICS

France 3.253.918 €
DIAMOND

Sub project 1

Diagnosis-aided control for SOFC power systems

Netherlands 3.613.490 €
FLUIDCELL

Sub project 1

Advanced m-CHP fuel CELL system based on a novel bio-ethanol Fluidized bed membrane reformer

Spain 4.193.549 €
GENIUS

Sub project 1

GEneric diagNosis InstrUment for SOFC Systems

Germany 3.861.447 €
INSIGHT

Sub project 1

ImplementatioN in real SOFC Systems of monItoring and diaGnostic tools using signal analysis to increase tHeir lifeTime

France 3.146.056 €
PUMA MIND

Sub project 1

Physical bottom Up Multiscale Modelling for Automotive PEMFC Innovative performance and Durability optimization

France 4.092.630 €
AD ASTRA

HArnessing Degradation mechanisms to prescribe Accelerated Stress Tests for the Realization of SOC lifetime prediction Algorithms

3.008.426 €

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