Integrity of energy systems workshop

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MVB 0.01 SCS

Merchant Venturers Building

University Gate

Bristol

BS8 1UB

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The Cabot Institute and Research and Enterprise Development are organising a half-day workshop on 5 April 2012, 9 am - 2 pm (with lunch 1-2 pm) to share research interests and develop groups around the topic of 'integrity of energy systems'.

A number of research topics could come under this broad heading, including:

  • integrity of energy structures and materials
  • critical infrastructure & future energy security
  • integration of multiple energy sources
  • user integrity

Other ideas under this theme are also very welcome.

The purpose of this meeting is to better place Bristol to take advantage of the numerous upcoming funding opportunities in the energy area, by forming disciplinary and cross-disciplinary research teams with identified PIs.

These opportunities include:

  • UoB institutional sponsorship from EPSRC
  • upcoming EPSRC calls on 'whole energy systems' and other calls
  • future EPSRC Doctoral Training Centres
  • longer-term research council funding
  • European funding

The half-day will be introduced by Professor Guy Orpen, and chaired by Professor David Smith The half-day will include: short plenary presentations, a session forming groups around research topics of common interest, and feeding back ideas and plans to the wider group.

We will finish the event with lunch at 1 pm.

Please can you email cabot-enquiries@bristol.ac.uk if you have any special dietary requirements.

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MVB 0.01 SCS

Merchant Venturers Building

University Gate

Bristol

BS8 1UB

United Kingdom

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The Cabot Institute for the Environment at the University of Bristol
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