As the world goes green in order to save energy and develop alternative energy, it is a call for all of us to actively innovate in the energy industry for the benefit of mankind. This call requires everyone to be open-minded and willing to learn and develop new technologies. ABS, Inc., is responding by developing revolutionary new fuel cells and batteries that are free from environmental contamination. We intend to become industry leaders, innovating with passion and compassion, not only in the field of medical diagnostic devices, but also in the field of green energy.
BattCell is an electrolyte-free and air-independent battery/fuel cell (BattCell) device that is based on the revolutionary nanostructure biomimetic membrane electrode assembling. It produces very high current density when the cell is activated, and our innovative technology offers advantage over the proton-exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyte approach. The BattCell technology offers high power density and high energy density with 10-100-fold lighter weight, smaller size, while achieving superior safety and portability profiles. There is no refueling, heater or cooling fan, non-flammable, no carbon dioxide emission; It is stable with a wide temperature range; It has more than 90% high efficiency of charge/discharge against normal 70% efficiency; It is safe and environmental friendly. The prototype devices have been demonstrated scaling up capability.
Presentations in Energy Device Development and Research
Dr. Ellen Chen, the President of ABS, Inc., presented a research paper titled “Development of an Electrolyte free and Oxygen-free High Performance Single Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) ” at the 44th Power Sources Conference at Las Vegas, June 14-17, 2010.
Dr. Chen presented an invited seminar at the Army Research Laboratory in the tile of A nanobiomimetic Battcell technology platform, Adelphi, Maryland, July 26, 2012.
An oral presentation at the international Tech Connect World conference, Dr. Ellen Chen gave a presentation on the topic of Biomimetic electric eel fish’s reversible membrane potential with "multiple-organ" discharge by a supercapacitor, Santa Clara, CA, June 20, 2012.
Dr. Chen presented an invited paper and co-authored with C. Ngatchou and K. Bowen in the title of Development of A Nano-Biomimetic Battery/Fuel Cell (Battcell) Prototype Device For High Rate Energy Storage Devices ,45th Power Sources conference, Las Vegas, June 13, 2012.
An oral presentation from ABS at #1348 titled of Flexible and turnable biomimetic pyruvate dehydrogenase complex (PDC) supercapacitors was presented at the Tech Connect World conference, Washington, DC, Gaylord Convention Center, May 14, 2013.
Chen ET and Thornton J presented the research results in a poster #1147 in titled of Nanostructured Acetylcholinesterase (Ache) Memristor/Memcapacitor Mimicks Brachyhypopomus Electric Fish’s Signal-Cloaking Behavior at the Tech Connect World conference at Washington DC, in June, 2014.
Publications in Energy Storage Device Development and Research
E. T. Chen, J. T. Thornton, S-H. Duh and P. T. Kissinger, Observation of Fermi Arc Surface States Induced by Organic Memristive/Memcapacitive Devices with a Double-Helical Polarized Single-Wall Nanotube Membrane for Direct Chelating with Matrix Matelloproteinase-2, Sensors & Transducers, 214(7), 69-84, 2017.
J. Thornton, C. Christelle, E.T. Chen, Flexible and Turnable Biomimetic Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex (PDC) Supercapacitors , Cleantech, 356-359, 2013.
An invited paper: E. T. Chen, C. Ngatchou, An Electron-Relay Prototype Supercapacitor Mimics Electrophorus Electricus’s Reversible Membrane Potential for a high rate discharge pulse, was published in the peer-reviewed journal of Sensors & Transducers Journal, (15), Special Issue, 42-48, 2012.
E. Chen and C. Ngatchou An Electron-Relay Prototype Supercapacitor Mimics Electrophorus Electricus’s Reversible Membrane Potential for "Multiple-organ" Discharge, Clean Tech 202-205, 2012.
E. Chen and C.Ngatchou, Study of the Factors that Effect on the Power Storage and Generation of a Nano-Biomimetic Membrane Electrode-Assembling (NBMEA) for Battery/Fuel Cell Dual Applications, Clean Tech 204-207, 2011.
E. Chen and C. Ngatchou, "Study of the Factors that Effect on the Power Storage and Generation of a Nano-Biomimetic Membrane Electrode-Assembling (NBMEA) for Battery/Fuel Cell Dual Applications", in press, Proceedings of Cleantech World Conference, 2011.
E. T. Chen* and R.Finkelstein, “Development of an Electrolyte free and Oxygen- free High Performance Single Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC)”, the Proceedings of 44th Power Sources Conference, 333-336, 2010.
Presentations in Business Showcase in Energy storage Devices
Dr. E. Chen gave a business presentation in the title of Nanobiomimetic Reagent-free Sensing and Energy Storage Technology” in DOD/Energy Innovation Spotlights on Monday, May 14, 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Center at the Techconnect World conference.
ABS once again has been honored by the National Innovation Showcase Award Committee chosen as the National Innovation Showcase and the International Innovation Showcase, May 14, 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Center at the Techconnect World conference.
ABS once again was honored by the National Innovation Showcase Committee chosen as the National Innovation Showcase and International Innovation Showcase for our Nanobiomimetic Reagent-free technology platform at the Tech Connect World Conference in June 2014 at Washington DC.
ABS presented its show booth #818 at the National Innovation Showcase at Tech Connect World conference, Washington DC, May 15-16, 2013.
Dr. E. Chen presented a business pitch, A nano biomimetic Battcell technology platform for high energy and power storage, Tech Connect World conference, June 13- 16, Boston, MA, 2011.
Dr. E. Chen presented a trade show, Powering Medical Devices In Global Health Settings at the NIH Cancer Detection and Diagnostics Technologies Conference for Global Health, August, 22, 2011.
Dr. E. Chen presented a trade show at the National Nanotechnology Initiative National Showcase and presented ABS’s BattCell nanotechnology at the Washington Gaylord Convention Center, Washington, DC on December 8-10, 2010.
Dr. Ellen Chen’s Biomimetic sensor patent was listed as the most cited Biomimeticsensor patent according to www.google.com
Dr. Ellen Chen’s invented nanopore sensor patent has been enlisted by www.faqs.org on March 8, 2010 as the ranking #12 of the Top 100 Inventors in the World.
A new patent No. 9,793,503 was issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office on October 17, 2017.
Dr. Chen was invited by US Army to attend the winter 2010 Mad Scientist Seminar at Newport News, Virginia from January 20-22, 2010.
Dr. Chen was invited by the Army Research Laboratory to present a presentation in the title of A nanobiomimetic Battcell technology platform, Adelphi, Maryland, July 26, 2012.
The Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS USA 2012 conference has invited Dr. E. Chen to present ABS's supercapacitor used for mimicking electric eel fish's reversible attacking electric pauses at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington DC, November, 2012.