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Summer 2017 Energy Seminars
Tue, 2 May 2017, 13:00 – Tue, 27 Jun 2017, 14:00 BST
Summer 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.
- 2 May 2017, How can we make urban infrastructure more human? Liu Yang
- 9 May 2017, Can smart meters be made privacy aware? Dr Deniz Gunduz, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- 16 May 2017, Can redox flow batteries dominate the market for large scale energy storage? Dr Javier Rubio, Department of Chemistry
- 23 May 2017, Can power systems afford (not) to rely on flexible demand? Dr Philipp Grünewald, University of Oxford
- 30 May 2017, Green, Greener, Intelligent - How can we move towards more sustainable mobility? Dr Bani Anvari, University of Southampton
- 6 June 2017, Solar, but what kind? The many flavours of solar energy and how they compare in a changing landscape, Dr Alex Mellor, Department of Physics
- 13 June 2017, How can we make energy regulations work for our marine industries? Dr Konstantinos Zavitsas, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- 20 June 2017, Could Texas get to 100% renewable electricity by 2030? Peter Davies, Department of Physics
- 27 June 2017, Are energy futures forecasts grounded in reality? Rembrandt Koppelaar, Centre for Environmental Policy and the Institute for Integrated Economic Research
The seminars will be held in Room 1.31 of the Royal School of Mines (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. Step through the glass double doors on your left and the and the entrance to the lecture theatre is 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.