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Pierpaolo Polverino

Pierpaolo Polverino is currently a Research Fellow in Energy Convention Systems within the Energy and Propulsion Laboratory (eProLab) of the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Salerno. His current research activity deals with fuel cells and fuel cell systems modelling, diagnosis, prognostics, control and optimization. The interest is mainly oriented towards Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells - PEMFCs - and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - SOFCs. He is involved in several National and EU projects on fuel cell research topics and closely collaborates with different academic and industrial partners.

Water Transport Within A Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: Why It Is So Important And How It Can Be Modeled

Scientists typically refer to the rise in global average temperature and the associated effects on Earth’s climate with the term “climate change.” Lately, it is becoming clear to everyone that the cause of climate change is the ever-growing energy demand […]