About us

On 23th of May 2021, the KFUPM Interdisciplinary Research Center for Hydrogen Technologies and Carbon Management (IRC-HTCM) set its purpose to contribute in creating an economical and environmental impact through basic and applied research. Located at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, the research center aims to explore multiple promising fields in applied sciences, mainly focusing on Hydrogen, Carbon Capture & Conversion, and Energy Storage.

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Research Themes

The purpose of the IRC-HTCM is to contribute in creating an economical and environmental impact through basic and applied research. The center develops research program in multiple promising fields in applied sciences, focusing mainly on Hydrogen, Carbon Capture and Conversion, and Energy Storage.

Hydrogen Program

Hydrogen is one of the leading options for clean and sustainable energy, attr...

The Carbon Capture and Conversio...

The Carbon Capture and Conversion program at IRC-HTCM develop research progra...

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Facilities

Membranes Laboratory

The aim of the membranes laboratory is to develop dense metallic (Pd-based) membranes for H2 separation.

Chemical Synthesis Laboratories

The material synthesis laboratory is well equipped with sophisticated high pressure autoclaves, microwave synthesizers, vacuum schlenk li...

Electrochemical Characterization Laboratory

To assess the performance of energy storage devices, different electrochemical techniques are used in a simulated environment such as sim...

Device Fabrication Laboratory

After fabrication of electrodes and membranes, they are assembled in energy storage devices in moisture and moisture-free environment wit...

Latest News

Post-Doctoral Positions at IRC-HTCM
11 Feb 2024 @ 10:00 AM

The IRC-HTCM at KFUPM invites highly motivated and dedicated post-doctoral candidates to contribu...

Two High Impact Paper Awards
03 Mar 2023 @ 12:00 AM

Early Career Researcher Award
02 Feb 2023 @ 12:00 AM

Circular Carbon Economy Course
10 Oct 2023 @ 12:00 AM

Events

Hydrogen Utilization in Gas Turbines and B...
27 Feb 2023 @ 01:00 PM
Building 15 Auditorium 4004

An Overview on physics Guided Machine Lear...
13 Feb 2023 @ 01:00 PM
Building 15

Full Day Experience on the Future of Energ...
09 Feb 2023 @ 10:30 AM
Building 70