Our research group, FuelCell.hu is a centre for development of fuel cell regulation technology. It is aimed at developing cost-effective procedures for the industry for enhancing the power and durability of proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) and hybrid systems, all this by unifying our knowledge of electrochemistry, mathematics and computer science. The major part of the research is being done in collaboration with the Electro-Analytical Laboratory of the Chemical Institute at Eötvös Loránd University. 

Our major aims:

Developing real-time simulation algorithms for the proper regulation of fuel cells

Better understanding of the transient phases and developing real-time parameter estimation techniques


The members of the research group:



The homepage of the research group: http://www.fuelcell.hu

The homepage of Hungary’s first fuel cell vehicle: http://www.hy-go.com