CREB Consortium Membership


  • Establish a collaborative research environment between U.S. Government, Academia, and Industry that conducts innovative computational and experimental research.
  • Collaborate with diverse group of scientists to accelerate the infusion of new technologies in support of battery technology requirements.
  • Exchange researchers between Consortium members to facilitate the execution of joint research projects.
  • Provide educational programs to foster scientific interchange and facilitate transition of new technologies within the technology community.
  • Access to unique infrastructure at member organizations.

For full details of the Consortium agreement, please read our Articles of Collaboration.

Membership Options

Industry Leader


Intended for Large Businesses in need of extreme battery technology solutions and access to expertise and pre-competitive research results.

Industry Member


Intended for companies in need of extreme battery technology solutions and access to expertise and pre-competitive research results.



Intended for groups of scientists in academic institutions and federal research laboratories.  In kind contributions are limited to man hours, facility usage, and materials provided by a consortium member with a value based on organizational policies and rates (e.g., ARL, NIST, ANL, BNL, ORNL, PNNL, NRL, NSWCCD, JPL).

Industry Affiliate


Intended for small innovative businesses in need of extreme battery technology or engaged in the development of that technology and its applications.



Intended for individuals interested in following CREB activities from academic institutions, federal research laboratories and agencies, industry and the media.

Interested in joining the consortium?

If you have questions about the joining the consortium, please contact Chunsheng Wang (301-405-0352,

Information about each membership levels are available through the links to the right.

Membership Application

To begin the membership process, please download our CREB Membership Application, comlete and email to Chunsheng Wang at or print and fax to 301-405-0523.

Please be sure to include the 300-500 word organization capabilities statement as well as a high resolution logo in .eps or .ai format.

Payments can be made by check or credit card.

Membership Agreement

By joining the consortium, you are agreeing to the Articles of Collaboration.

Payment Information

  • Make checks out to "University of Maryland".
  • Send Checks to:

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
4418 Stadium Drive, Chem/Nuc Bldg 090, Rm 2144
University of Maryland - CREB
College Park, MD 20742
Attn:  Michael McNicholas

Legal Inquiries

If you have legal questions please direct them to Jen Gartner (