Liquid hydrogen (LH2) systems are being developed for a multitude of applications to decarbonize and to enable a secure and sustainable future. The demand for knowledge on this topic is high, but the supply of experienced practitioners is limited. There is a strong need for accurate and actionable information to ensure robust, high performance, and operationally safe LH2 systems.
This webinar series will address key topics related to the design, development, and operation of integrated liquid hydrogen systems. Matt Moran will lead the discussion. He has been developing, building, and operating liquid hydrogen systems for spacecraft, rockets, aircraft, marine vessels, transportation, grid/microgrid, and large scale storage applications since the mid-1980s.
The monthly series will be held on the first Thursday of every month at 2pm ET beginning on April 6, 2023. Repeat sessions will be held on the second Thursday at 9am ET and third Thursday at 9pm ET of every month to accommodate global participants in different time zones. Each session will consist of approximately 30 minutes of presentation, a 15 minute guest speaker interview, and 15 minutes of questions and answers (Q&A) with the audience.
Liquid hydrogen topics to be covered in this webinar series include: Introduction, Evolution, Fundamentals, State-of-the-Art, Safety, Advancements, Applications, Systems, Strategy, Implementation, and other topics based on participant feedback. There is no charge to register and participate in this webinar series. Click here for more information and to register.
Matt Moran is the Managing Member at Moran Innovation LLC, and previous Managing Partner at Isotherm Energy. He's been developing power and propulsion systems for more than 40 years; and first-of-a-kind liquid, slush and gaseous hydrogen systems since the mid-1980s. Matt was also the Sector Manager for Energy & Materials in his last position at NASA where he worked for 31 years. He's been a cofounder in seven technology based start-ups; and provided R&D and engineering support to hundreds of organizations. Matt has three patents and more than 50 publications including the Cryogenic Fluid Management report series. He also leads the LH2 Era™ Webinar Series. More about Matt can be found on his LinkedIn page.