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Spring 2017 Energy Seminars
Tue, 24 Jan 2017, 13:00 – Tue, 21 Mar 2017, 14:00 GMT
Spring 2017 Energy Seminars by Energy Futures Lab
At 13:00 on Tuesdays during term time Energy Futures Lab is hosting research seminars from energy researchers at Imperial. Attendance is open to all.
- 24 January 2017, Routes to high efficiency photovoltaics, Dr Nic Hylton, Department of Physics
- 31 January 2017, MUSE: A new way of modelling the world's energy system, Dr Daniel Crow, Sustainable Gas Institute
- 7 February 2017, What happens when the lights go out? Open innovation and the Virtual Energy Store, Dr Graham Oakes, Upside Energy
- 14 February 2017, Additive Manufacturing – The Printing Press Meets Energy Storage? Nick Farandos, Department of Chemical Engineering
- 21 February 2017, LightFi: the way forward to seamless energy efficiency everywhere Dr Alex Bak, Light Fi
- 28 February 2017, Are Renewables Flexing Plant to Failure? Dr Catrin Davies, Department of Mechanical Engineering
- 7 March 2017, Can energy storage make the world safer? Dr Jacqueline Edge, Energy Storage Research Network
- 14 March 2017, How far can we take the internal combustion engine with waste heat recovery? Dr Peter Netwon, Department of Mechanical Engineering
- 21 March 2017, Is hydrogen the key to a clean energy economy? Dr Zeynep Kurban, H2FC Supergen
The seminars will be held in Room 1.47 of the Royal School of mine (building 9 on the campus map). The simplest route is to enter the building from Prince Consort Road and take the stairs on your left hand side up one flight. You then go through the double doors on your left, head down the corridor and turn left the room is in front of you.
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.