For Extraordinary Service to the IEA HIA

Berin Michael Szoka, J.D.

For extraordinary service in hosting the IEA HIA website pro bono for a ten year period.
Dr. Jacques Saint-Just

For extraordinary service in connection with:

organization of the End of Task workshop for Task 23 - Small-Scale Reformers (SSR) for on-site Hydrogen supply
 

Dr. John Topper

For extraordinary service in supporting IEA HIA organziational development

 

CHFCA

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 2012 in Toronto, Canada

Mr. Sam Miyashita

For extraordinary service in connection with:

fostering group spirit,
facilitating IEA HIA technical work of many tasks,
and furthering all around aspects of a high-functioning team.

Sam Miyashita is the permanent Japanese representative to the IEA HIA. As an employee of the Engineering Advancement Association of Japan (CHENAA), he serves NEDO and METI.

Dr. Andrew Dicks

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC17 in Brisbane, Australia

Andrew Dicks has spent most of his career in the UK gas industry. He was awarded a PhD from Loughborough University on catalysts for steam reforming of hydrocarbons, and worked on catalytic fuel processing before taking up research on fuel cell systems in the mid 1980s. His team in the UK worked with many of the leading fuel cell developers in Europe and North America, focusing on the critical issue of fuel conversion both externally and internally within the fuel cell stack. He is the co-author of Fuel Cell Systems Explained (2001, and 2003) which as well as the original, is now available in both Japanese and Chinee editions. He moved to Australia in 2001 to continue research interests at the University of Queensland.

Dr. David Rand

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 17 in Brisbane, Australia

David Rand was educated as an electrochemist at the University of Cambridge, UK, and joined CSIRO in July 1969. His research has included the development of fuel cells and advanced rechargeable batteries. He is now assisting with the co-ordination of CSIRO's efforts in the development of hydrogen as the key vector for a sustainable energy society. He is the co-author of Understanding Batteries (2001), Clean Energy (2004) and Hydrogen Energy: Challenges and Prospects (2008), each of which has been published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK

Dr. Giorgio Simbolotti

For extraordinary service as IEA HIA Desk Officer

 

 

 

lAssociation Francaise de lHydrogene

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 16 in Lyon, France

Mr. Claude Derive

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 16 in Lyon, France

Ms. Stephanie Paysant

For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 16 in Lyon, France

 

Dr. Marc Rousset
For extraordinary service in connection with WHEC 16 in Lyon, France.
 
Dr. Marc Rousset is Director of Research at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Lyon, France and an expert in Task 21, BioHydrogen.
Ms. Kim Phillips

For extraordinary service to the IEA HIA in connection with 58th IEA HIA ExCo Meeting

Ms. Kim Phillips works for CSIRO in the position of Executive Assistant and right hand to Dr. John Wright.

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Ms. Andrea Nour

For extraordinary Legal Service to the IEA HIA

Andrea Nour is now former Deputy Legal Counsel at the IEA. She is Australian and is admitted to the bar in New York (USA) as well as the State of Victoria (Australia).

Ms. Anne Lechartier

For Extraordinary Legal Service to the IEA HIA

 

 

Mr. Darius Contractor

For Extraordinary Service to the IEA HIA in connection with IEA HIA website hosting

Darius Contractor is a web developer based in San Francisco. He has focused for the last 6 years on social networking sites such as Tickle, Ringo and Bebo. A bike commuter, he sold his car and is waiting for a zero-emissions vehicle to enter the market place before buying another. He also builds sites on the side for friends, ieahia.org being one of them.

Mr. Yoshiki Endo

For extraordinary service to the IEA HIA as our Desk Officer.

 

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