Autumn 2016 Energy Seminars by Energy Futures Lab
At 13:00 on Fridays during term time Energy Futures Lab is hosting research seminars from energy researchers at Imperial. Attendance is open to all.
- 7 October 2016, Fusion: Power source of the indefinite future, Samuel Ha, UK Atomic Energy Agency
- 14 October 2016, Analysing biofuel supply chains in an imperfect world, Jorge Andres Moncada, Delft University of Technology
- 21 October 2016, Building custom membranes to tackle hazardous chemicals, Henrik Hagemann, CustoMem
- 28 October 2016, Working towards the next era of smart building solutions, Dr Bianca Howard, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- 4 November 2016, Machine learning & the connected home: useful data or meaningless noise? Oliver Parson, Centrica Connected Home
- 11 November 2016, The challenges and opportunities of UK nuclear power - a materials perspective, Dr Ben Britton, Centre for Nuclear Engineering
- 18 November 2016, MUSE: A new way of modelling the world's energy system, Dr Daniel Crow, Sustainable Gas Institute
- 25 November 2016, Is energy an ethical issue? Linnea Luuppala, University of Helsinki
- 2 December 2016, How to build resilience.io for sustainable urban energy and water systems, Dr Xiaonan Wang, Department of Chemical Engineering
- 9 December 2016, Tangible objects and digital interfaces: The next generation of eco-tech selection, Dr Deborah Adkins, Dyson School of Design Engineering
The seminars will be held in Room 116 of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (building 16 on the campus map). The room is known as the Energy Futures Lab teaching area (or The Bunker). If you are entering the building from Dalby Court/through the building's main entrance the room is down a flight of stairs, through the double doors on your left hand side, turn right at the end of the corridor and it is the second door on your right.
If you would like more information, or are interested in being involved in future seminars organised by Energy Futures Lab, please contact our Communications Manager, Neasan O'Neill.